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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • the heavenly bodies in general. Thus, the overall outlook on the
    • of human society, will soon discover that by these means least is
    • patience and endurance, who cannot persevere over and over again and
    • completely in hand and be able to exercise strict control over one's
    • century, but they extend over the whole of evolution. They were true
    • the aura hovers above the physical body because the astral body
    • The greatest sages of mankind did not discover the great truths by any
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • abilities, they have for the most part overcome all the difficulties.
    • remains with this materialistic view will simply miss, will overlook
    • differences — he will overlook the individuality which goes
    • world-view is extracted. Earlier, however, like a spirit over
    • hovered Religion and Philosophy — and it was within these, to
    • fifteen years ago were still valid for many, have been overcome by
    • faith it is that governs them. And if it is a justified faith, then
    • in the human being which goes over and beyond the animal world and
    • completely purified and is master of this astral body, over all urges
    • influence over the nervous system over the process of breathing and
    • peculiar way of thinking which has developed in men over the
    • that which grows over and beyond the differences of gender, we see
    • eminently practical. It will lead humanity to overcome gender in
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • over the brilliance of physical light he can say to himself,
    • ego that governs them from without. The significant difference
    • by their individual inner egos. Moreover, a man's individual ego
    • can gradually become master over what takes place within him.
    • becomes lord over his body. Otherwise, as a spiritual being he
    • over the inner processes of his body, it is important that he
    • people who have developed an introverted and contemplative
    • master over his whole being. The more he is inclined to
    • the realm of plants, they would discover that they are able more
    • spiritual science that when a person drinks alcohol, it takes over
    • Consequently, coffee can take over a certain task of man. Trained
    • strengthened by coffee. Thus, we can let coffee take over in making
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • has, as a rule, very little power or control over his will and its
    • ideation passes over into a state of sleep. The will, however, awakes,
    • Powers and more-over aspire to be so.
    • discoverer gives this force into the hands of humankind, men will no
    • with, as pure Warmth, then it will become Light and then pass over
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • OVERCOMINGNERVOUSNESS
    • stronger over the etheric. Thus, he also becomes able, if necessary, to
    • control of his astral over his etheric body.
    • that is due to an insufficient control of the ego over the astral body. Some
    • is, strength of the ego over the astral body. If we subject ourselves to this
    • A most important means of strengthening the control of the ego over the
    • before a choice of alternatives, you allow strength to prevail over
    • is important because in this way the control of the ego over the astral
    • The control of the ego over the astral body is also strengthened when we
    • impoverished thereby.
    • strengthen the influence of the ego over the astral body, the astral body
    • over the etheric, and the etheric body over the physical. Self-education
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • Now there is another law, which can be discovered by spiritual vision,
    • that part in us that passes over into the spiritual world. At an
    • mankind's historical development to discover in the Greco-Roman epoch
    • the condition man ordinarily falls into unawares when he is overcome
    • earth grew cold, when its plant covering began to fade, he had to feel
    • cosmos. At the turning point of human evolution we discover that a man
    • being can say, “The love that passes over into other souls and into
    • discovers Christ within him. That He can be thus found was made
    • Christ, even though the historical Christ can be discovered only by
    • through Christ they will discover Jesus.
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • observed the swinging lamp that led him to discover the laws without which
    • covered with paintings that expressed this, and the earth had been brought
    • others are bending over their books, meditating the secrets of existence.
    • them is a figure with a finger on his lips. Spread over the whole, we see
    • atmosphere of the earth itself. In the storms that ride over the fields,
    • in the mists that spread out over the earth, we see something that does not
    • holy order of the sun's forces is victorious over what the earth produces
    • influences of weather triumph over what descends, full of blessings, from
    • man felt how the sun's forces were always victorious over the egoism of the
    • just as he was able to experience outwardly the sun's victory over the
    • earth. We know that the physical sun triumphs over the egoism of the earth
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • life of the latter the Ego of Zarathustra passed over into him from
    • destruction which must have overtaken him had not the Formative Force,
    • but is poured out over the whole length and breadth of his memories,
    • which at present is only directed to one life, will extend over former
    • into the nature of the Christ-Impulse and its sovereignty in man, in
    • from former incarnations, but also how to pass over into our future
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • life. If the same degree of selfishness could take over our senses, it would
    • placed the Pythia over those vapors, which, in rising out of the earth,
    • George over the dragon.
    • everything that came from the soul would have been overpowered by all
    • different degrees of derangement in egos given over to elemental beings.
    • flowed over into our earthly activities was an expression of the
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • certainly be clear that since spiritual science covers an entirely
    • different field from the external sense-perceptible field covered by
    • devoutly over to the stream of cosmic events, as he does in sleep. In
    • of death and is, moreover, the germ and essential core of a new life.
    • modern natural science to cover the life of the spirit without even
    • prophets and founding religions is over. And in future people who feel
    • to vital matters. He says, “I've discovered it; you can discover it
    • Christianity as Mystical Fact. No one used to mulling over what he
    • to discover America for? The sun comes up so beautifully here in our
    • described as fearing the discovery of a new continent because he thinks
    • regardless of what may still be discovered, either in realms of nature
    • will never be discovered unless truly religious life turns with a
    • discovery. But a person strong in his genuine feeling for the Christ
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • In suggesting that the Russian government and possibly
    • generals over-reacted to the Russian mobilization and interpreted it
    • was already overheated by the forces of chauvinism and materialism so
    • Western powers involved in the controversy, and at Germany, reveals
    • that towers noticeably at His left side, with its peak extending over
    • France had not been victorious over England, all conditions and
    • victory of the French over the English. Again, not the human mind nor
    • impossible to overestimate the significance of Michelangelo's
    • overcome themselves, rather than being overcome by Him. In
    • physical body. For this reason man overcomes his sense of national
    • within ourselves. We must discover something within ourselves that
    • spiritually, so that we can rediscover the Christ event within
    • over the entire European continent. I have frequently emphasized in
    • controversy. That is the spiritual truth and quite different from what
    • Russian government could have
    • happened that he covered the short distance to his home in such a way
    • that he reached the very spot where at that moment the van turned over
    • coachman because he was tending to his horses when the van turned over
    • over it and this caused him to fall into the river and drown. Thus,
    • soul. Newton, whom Goethe had to oppose, has been victorious over
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  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • today by the sight of poverty, suffering and misery in the world, but
    • suffering, the need, the poverty or the wealth of the whole. This is
    • overcome materialism, to prepare the kind of science that must exist
    • are incarnated in the next epoch. It still hovers above us. It was in
    • heavens to the earth in the second epoch still hovered over the souls
    • working groups, something hovers invisibly over our work, something
    • hovers before us as a high ideal a form of community that will so
    • manhood, of brotherhood that is spread over a community. An attempt is
    • brotherhood, that it can never spread over a community where there is
    • hover as a high ideal, an ideal that has yet to be realized. They
    • this: It is our task to overcome entirely just what you are trying to
    • overcome.
    • understand death, to overcome death by realizing that it is only
    • through death. It is an essential aim with us to overcome death
    • over him. We should never believe Christ to be God if He did not prove
    • spiritual aura that still hovers above us, cherished by the spirits of
    • beings who resolve to be brothers and sisters, and above whom hovers
    • science, feeling the good spirit of brotherhood hovering over and
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • particular point: What can we discover if the things which we have learned
    • before our soul's eye — what can we discover if we then cast our gaze upon
    • not cover his cerebellum. This is merely a materialistic theory in our
    • criminal, if his occipital lobe does not cover his cerebellum. Those
    • of all discover the Christ, and in His following we shall gradually
    • discover the etheric. Even then, this etheric element will have the
    • concealed in the evolution of the world, and many of these are overwhelming.
    • to overcome it with deeds, not with lame objections. The greater the
    • world-conception should know something about the impulses that govern
    • which govern the world are grasped deeply and earnestly with the aid
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • up to our present day. Just cast an eye over all the changes which have
    • requirements of earlier times. New discoveries have been made relating to
    • the operation of natural forces, and these discoveries have brought about a
    • explored by the scientific method, it is never possible to discover what it
    • the spiritual researcher discovers that even as we behold color by means of
    • possible to discover these forces in our environment just as distinctly as the
    • physical forces within us can be discovered by natural science within our
    • Spiritual Science has already discovered all the secrets connected with this
    • discovery. When spiritual research is directed toward the animal world it
    • now the mineral kingdom was not to be found. The road is a long one over
    • animal; this element which is discoverable neither in earthly space nor yet
    • only be overcome by a fairly long familiarity with spiritual research.
    • governing activity of the ego within the bodily organization does not
    • As this evolutionary epoch has led of necessity to the discoveries of
    • and more persons will discover that Spiritual Science, contrary to
    • of controversial arguments championed by the world which holds itself to be
    • endeavor to discover the above named truths by means of knowledge developed
    • Thomas Aquinas refers. Moreover everyone acquainted with Augustine knows
    • It would not be easy today, no matter how wide a range the enquiry covered,
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • are connected with the disasters which have overtaken mankind to-day.
    • that are about to come over humanity — signs which at the present
    • see one another in such a way that they overlook what is most
    • represent merely a wave of deepest untruthfulness now passing over the
    • great care: it is possible to take over certain sentences from Woodrow
    • Anyone who discovers word-for-word agreements without feeling how the
    • To see through the veils of language: this must come over humanity in
    • speech, there will come over man a wonderful feeling of colour, and
    • the tendencies making for social separation have to be overcome, and
    • over the world the cheap catch-word that men should group themselves
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • of world conditions. Here is a point over which many are indeed
    • has to be overcome. Man has such a great inclination in our day to
    • can from an occult perspective be seen to govern our life. When we
    • wish to begin building a bridge over a rushing stream without having
    • to me, according to my social position, the power over so many men. If
    • doing this, you are doing that” One does not easily discover that a
    • back over our present incarnation to survey what has happened to us in
    • then extends over a multitude of people whom we have known in the
    • What will then have been achieved? You will discover the whole meaning
    • understood out of the Spirit. People are afraid, cover their eyes and
    • socialism. Men are also different according to their groupings over
    • taking a world journey lives in those who wish to spread socialism over
    • cannot simply create identical forms at will all over the globe. This
    • of in this legend, regarding the governing relationships which are
    • force of Power, is that which spreads over the world through the
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • of the old knighthood, of the feudal overlords, of those in whom
    • collapsed, failed to gain any influence over social life or to produce
    • could believe that any natural law discovered by learned scientists
    • of an alien form of culture. This Greek culture was a cover for the
    • by history in the future but has been overlooked by the conventional,
    • there crept over thinking the lazy passivity that is characteristic of
    • we can discover this. It is something of which a man such as Hermann
    • laws of chemistry, physics, biology, which, having been discovered at
    • healthy human reason what clairvoyance can discover. It is not
    • essential, and moreover within the reach of every human being, is to
    • bringing to a decisive issue the overwhelming difference between
    • How were the peoples of remote antiquity distributed and arranged over
    • Then came the great migrations of the peoples. Men wandered over the
    • horizontal. Whereas the distribution of human beings over the earth
    • of men over the earth now also began to have an effect.
    • that is spread over the earth. The leanings towards internationalism in our
    • distributed over the whole body but are really centralised in the
    • passes over from the breath into the movement of the heart and the
    • forms over the earth. Truly, man is not simply the being he appears
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • process, however, is governed by super-sensible forces. These
    • conception is not being able to say “Over there is base materialism,
    • which is for the ‘dregs’ of humanity, and over here is idealism,
    • the subsensible passes over into the super-sensible. Here a kind of balance
    • our present time — and the present extends over a long period of several
    • to investigate bodies from the tenth or ninth centuries in order to discover
    • overlook an important yet subtle observation of human life.
    • understand that physiology is not part of the eating process but covers
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • gradually discovering man's place in the life of the cosmos, and on
    • is not a uniform warmth extending over the whole human being, but is also
    • the warmth that is within us, and governs and gives it configuration,
    • We look back over our life, at the series of pictures of our
    • over our life and nothing flows into this retrospective survey from
    • consciousness (Ego). The Ego hovers in the clouds and the solid body
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • the heart. The overheated stove symbolized irregular beating of the
    • times when it was no longer known how the physical passes over by
    • stages into what is of the soul, how what is of the soul passes over
    • from the earth into the universe. If a grievous age were to dawn over
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • are given over to the concatenations of things and events in the
    • beyond our organic life and pass over to activity that is liberated,
    • an invariably controversial expression — How do we achieve
    • the other side, we try to ensure that what passes over into our deeds
    • thought which there is reality, becomes semblance, and he leads over
    • bring thoughts into the will-nature, when we overcome the element of
    • see the overcoming of matter; at the other pole, the new birth of
    • deeds, matter is continually overcome. — And what is it that
    • assess the difficulties that will have to be overcome before the
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • carry them over into the new age.
    • over in Asia. She brings him back to Egypt, where Ahriman, the enemy, cuts
    • hand over to the human being what matures out of the earth. The Egyptian myth
    • picture of the external world. Thus the impoverished human being of modern
    • Isis, and her discovery, made possible through the inner force of spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • world to which the Christ-Being as such belongs. The carrying over of
    • the surrounding universe. Moreover we know how this soul-constitution
    • over the outer reaches of universal space what we actually lived in
    • Moreover, it is in these forces especially that we live between
    • solely of phrases, are capable of skipping lightly over such matters
    • making the effort to find it, and by discovering how the Christmas
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • enveloped in a kind of blindness that protects him from being overcome
    • fields where the soul discovers this new relationship to the universe.
    • over against Nature; he stands outside her, that he may then
    • science, in a more inward way, we should discover that the experience
    • we are at once free and unfree; unfree where we are still governed by our
    • drifted into materialism, this living in the body has been overcome by
    • from being overcome by faintness of soul. And their description of the
    • is overlooked, and consequently we have no true psychology; we come to
    • We discover that our feeling life is by no means so illumined with the
    • overborne by purely mathematical pictures of the world, purely
    • himself in the very centre of his soul — he discovers that he is at
    • only spread darkness over the world. The darkness is to be feared,
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • instinctive element over which we have little control and which drives
    • this is due to the overflowing antipathies in the soul, that is to
    • being can promote overweening egotism when it gets the upper hand —
    • consciousness. We must re-discover the Sun-Mystery.
    • would discover that the sun is not a globe of gas giving out light —
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • covering, a house. Thus, if we were to put our experience on uttering
    • poured out over the matter-of-factness of life. In speaking today, Man
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • present birth. Moreover, the astral body is highly differentiated,
    • inheritance. Moreover, we must know that this inherited astral becomes
    • as though you made an impression on an elastic ball: the ball recovers
    • — this, too, comes together within. Moreover, this has a kind of
    • as he expands ever more widely in the spirit, he can hand over his
    • way, our etheric heart is given over to disintegration, and we now
    • over our deeds to the cosmos once more. For it is from the cosmos that
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • can bear his own soul over into the soul of another. Upon this all
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • and capacity to think, has given himself over to a more chaotic life. With
    • in the full sense of the word if I give myself over to chance. Chance has
    • from direct experience that what he discovered, when he experienced these
    • past. We learn to consider man over great periods of time. The whole
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • this stream in such a way that it spreads out over the skin-senses,
    • over the entire human being, just as I would have to draw a stream
    • directly from the ego and then branches out over the whole body,
    • night processes predominate over the day processes. You could say
    • this must happen only to a small extent) then the overflowing force
    • splinter gets stronger and predominates over the blood activity. Then
    • area heals over.
    • enough to overcome the tumefying force tending toward breakdown. Only
    • with squabbling over the division of the human being, we will be
    • himself discovers, for example, how belladonna on one side and
    • to discover this is not the point; instead what is important is for
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • nature. It then applies the discoveries made through physics and
    • primarily in the head, but it extends over the entire organism. The head
    • metabolic-limb system reaches over to the nerve-sense system. Then you
    • something works only to discover that it is not valid, or to write up a
    • But one will find over and again that especially in so-called mental illness
    • can be discovered out of true anthroposophical knowledge of man. It
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • human Ego dwells in waking life by day. Moreover in the breathing organs
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • tenderness, as it moved hovering over the Mystery of Golgotha. And we saw
    • We see how in the Sun sphere he is able to live through over again in a deep
    • companion of Christ Jesus — he is able to live over again what he
    • nevertheless led over World Being and World Thought into the realm of the
    • After Hermann Grimm has made the attempt four times over, he says: all
    • picture passes over into the next, as though it had been painted by a
    • on the way of death. He wants to pass over already now into the super-sensible,
    • the life that flows so abundantly in them, we can discover the secret of the
    • Power is able verily to overcome all that is of the demon and the dragon
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • world-conceptions. But it must be emphasized over and over again
    • extent their rule over the Earth in favour of Ahriman. There was only
    • rule. A god had to pass through death and he had to overcome
    • entire evolution of mankind knows that the gods have overcome Ahriman
    • his rule over the earth. In this time even theology becomes
    • unchristian and that the theologian from Basle, Overbeck, wrote a
    • Christ-impulse contains a living force which enables him to overcome
    • time, the overcoming of Ahrimanism, to a certain extent. Thus we have
    • overcome death. This is man's inner evolution.
    • thoughts. Only the Roman Governor, Pontius Pilate, was already
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • they discovered in Shakespeare's works, and they established the
    • upon a notebook discovered in a London library with single passages in
    • expressive power, their purity and naturalness were moreover impaired
    • Shakespeare, but Hamlet who broods over the problem of “to
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • since he was rediscovered in the middle of the eighteenth
    • the thoughts which they discovered in Shakespeare's works, and
    • based upon a notebook discovered in a London library with single
    • were moreover impaired by a certain artificial note which was the
    • Shakespeare, but Hamlet who broods over the problem of
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • eastern part of Asia Minor, ruled over by the kings of Western Asia.
    • Darkness and overcome it.
    • darkness must be overcome through the Kingdom of Light, through the
    • that Evil may be overcome through gentleness (Milde). We must
    • from form to form. Life has fashioned the lily, then Life overcomes
    • the Form and it passes over into the seed out of which a new form will
    • create an overlapping stream, a stream which goes further than the
    • stream of the Rosicrucians. The stream of Manes goes over to the Sixth
    • Life as such overcomes every Form. It propagates itself through
    • (Gesinnung) without any covering, within a large number of
    • be overcome through gentleness. That is the task of the Manichean
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • IT is well known that the inscription over the door of Plato's school
    • mathematical images hover over the border-line between the material
    • hover over innumerable, manifold sense-perceptible forms. When I think
    • is not an immediately sensible one. Only when we pass over from what
    • misunderstood. It might be objected that he overrates the mathematical
    • spirit. This is not the case. Such an overrating rather exists on the
    • this point. It is precisely those who oppose this overrating of
    • overrating of mathematics. He did not want to have the qualitative
    • then discover plants without end, which will necessarily be
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • things can be understood if they are thought over and pondered time
    • which then, in the spiritual world, extends over all the souls whom
    • faculties; but when we think it over, we shall realise that it
    • having prepared it, say, at noon, it passes over to the dead when you
    • sleep it passes over to him. Ordinary consciousness as a rule will
    • what has thus passed over often remains present in dreams. In the case
    • out his claws and gain the victory over all human powers.
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • purely scientific anniversaries. The discovery made in 1861 we could
    • discovery. It is only in the last fifty or sixty years that this
    • as old as I am. The discovery I am speaking of is the following.
    • becomes ill in any way, we discover that nature herself arranged such
    • impairments, he discovered that they had had an injury in the third
    • developed in the brain. If we pay some attention, we will discover
    • examine it further, we discover that there are always more blood
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • interpenetrate. Just as the planets cover one another, and have a
    • pass over into a planetary condition in human life, becoming mobile
    • over more into processes of life.
    • realm of the senses passes over into the realm of life. All this must
    • excretion. Moreover, secretion should not appear alone. All four
    • the spiritual, but must and can overcome the material and recognise
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • the usual sense: in him understanding was led over into perception.
    • If we try to discover what main influence was then at work, we find
    • recovery in this connection is to come about in the future.
    • an old superstition that must be overcome! To experience, also, he
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • part of what is contained in the trunk. Moreover, as you will have
    • idea why, but a change has come over him “out of the blue”,
    • Over his heart she struck amain,
    • Over the heart she struck him amain,He felt therefrom a grievous
    • Moreover, we are living now in an epoch when the events that come from
    • within us, enabling humanity to pass over into future stages of
    • for mankind as a whole. Mankind will evolve over into the Jupiter
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • make ourselves free? Nothing is worse than to give oneself over to the
    • Moon forces lead substance over into the realm of the living and are
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • to those Mysteries which are only to be discovered in the
    • who places himself into the midst of the earthly. Moreover, we see
    • a second ear, over against your hearing. And there is yet a third,
    • responsibility. But when you discover that the good or evil purpose to
    • discover this, your science is accompanied by a feeling of
    • reached some discovery by etheric cognition knows that it will have
    • for the physical. Moreover, this will lead us to yet another thing,
    • shall go into those worlds in any case, we shall discover it all in
    • healthy intelligence, of what is discovered by clairvoyant research.
    • his full humanity. Then there will come over mankind a powerful
    • being when he does not possess it. Then, in time, he will discover the
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • best remedy for the overcoming of pain is to bring yourself, if you
    • mirrored there in the souls of these young people goes over into the
    • If we spend too much time pouring a mass of information over young
    • lead young people over from the ninth to the tenth grade, then we must
    • possible after 18 to pass over to what is more or less in doubt. But
    • own personality. In such matters, imponderables really pass over from
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • which governs the progressive development of consciousness in all future
    • be lost to it. Moreover, through your having changed the atom, through the
    • forces contained in the atom will soon be discovered and then nothing will
    • discoveries, turning the whole earth-globe into a kind of
    • secret lies in his deeds and in the overcoming of the “ I ”
    • upon human egoism. Only when man has overcome them will he be free of
    • the individual will acquire greater and greater power over certain masses
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    • place of an impulse — how this passed over into feelings
    • something over into consciousness; we can feel that we have had
    • will take some time to overcome when one regains consciousness
    • with the body plays over into the soul, just as something
    • passes over from the light into the plant when it is developing
    • into ordinary consciousness. You pass over into a deeper sleep
    • body. But when we pass over into the third condition of sleep
    • wanders over the Earth. The figure of Ahasueris is actually
    • there, wandering over the Earth from people to people. This
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    • what is discovered by super-sensible vision about the real being of
    • sense-organs, are not filled by any activity during sleep. Over its
    • patches in the physical air, one discovers the particular existing
    • discovers Beings.
    • Kyriotetes, Dynamis, and Exusiai passes over into a still higher
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    • origin of man led us back to a form still hovering in spiritual
    • the divine inner nature of man — who had moreover represented
    • biblical and other documents relating to Christianity, has discovered
    • discovered that Jesus of Nazareth must be spoken of as a God! Yet
    • traditionally by peoples all over the Earth?’ — Spiritual
    • into human evolution through the Christ Impulse. Then, moreover,
    • in the individual, and is discovered by the individual when in the
    • one can discover within himself. The old Gods were Folk-Gods,
    • “The man who overcomes himself is freed from the
    • overcomes himself shall he so come into his own that the form he has
    • “The man who overcomes himself is freed from the
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    • and try to discover the laws underlying its growth and life? Is not
    • in the depths of the heart but do not pass over into deed. And then he
    • human heart which acts as a mediator, something that cannot pass over
    • Sun and moon were only seen through a rainbow-haze. Moreover man's
    • God brooded over the face of the waters! The wisdom that lived on
    • is common to all is gold. This gold was brought over from
    • evolution we feel how the new Gods who rule over mankind have come
    •  And all my dreams are sovereign wisdom.”
    • consciousness was born and it was verily sovereign wisdom.
    • and as he looked out over the landscape he saw the budding of the
    • wrote: “The man who overcomes himself breaks that power which
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    • Greek culture, had spread over into Italy and still further into
    • all costs by true Christians. Moreover, efforts were made to
    • Powers, are ruled by the seventy-two sub-heavenly Powers. But over and
    • could still have been discovered by means of the old
    • third and fourth centuries A.D. to gloss over a deep misunderstanding.
    • Newer geological strata always overlay those that are older and the
    • by Romanism over the first conceptions of the Mystery of Golgotha!
    • through these layers and so rediscover that old wisdom which was swept
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    • thinking can become sounder; we must moreover create a foundation
    • human evolution. We should realise over and over again that the old
    • ourselves that we can carry over into the new time the things which
    • OF THE SPIRIT, discover this awakening of the spirit in the impulses
    • which correspond to the epoch of the consciousness-soul, discover it
    • discover, it in the recognition of the conscious human soul
    • discover it in the three-partition of social life! All these things
    • take over thoughts into the course of his day. Let us assume
    • present can show us in an overwhelming
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    • the kingdom of man! If we cast our gaze over the surface of the
    • gaze over the surface of the earth and study the form of various
    • When our etheric body is handed over to the cosmos after our death,
    • this kind of work is therefore handed over at the same time to the
    • in order to be able to read) may discover many contradictions in our
    • discover that the other organs depend very strongly upon hereditary
    • with what he bears along within his Ego, carrying it over into the
    • being handed over, to begin with, to the universal cosmos through his
    • recently discovered a proof that may be advanced externally. It
    • will be able to discover such proofs.
    • etheric bodies are handed over to the spiritual world, then something
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    • originally over a grave, indeed over the Grave of the Redeemer,
    • frontages and facades covered with strange figures of winged animals
    • all over Europe. It is a remarkable story, beautiful and artistically
    • impart to him. He has, for instance, himself discovered a certain
    • same happenings repeat themselves seven times over, until the eighth
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    • mankind over the widest possible area, what is expressed in the words
    • over everything else. Everything of a physical nature lived in the
    • that the Persian stock would overshadow the Median. The old story of
    • civilization triumphs. The ancient civilization passes over to
    • over to Europe. Here (in the north) it found the ancient Hyperborean
    • Over in Asia, mixtures had repeatedly taken place, and the Jews, the
    • The Rosicrucians, however, watch over the common stock of what
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • picture he would discover that a far deeper meaning lies hidden in
    • within himself the power to overcome his sickness. Increasingly the
    • preserved, but spiritual Science can re-discover what Christ said to
    • behind, and this is given over to the Earth — to the elements.
    • This is what the modern initiate discovers, and it is a
    • discovers in his soul the real nature of the thoughts of man. For the
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    • whole relationship moreover was different. In those remote times man
    • take pains to understand what we learn; but as we go back over
    • the Being of the Second Hierarchy. The Being that flowed over into
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • with the spiritual world — which was moreover of far greater
    • of spiritual aspiration. But as time went on, darkness crept over the
    • The Gods drew a veil over the Pleroma — which was a direct
    • over this world of light. Yonder in Asia, decadent remains of the
    • Volga, over the Black Sea and towards the Mediterranean. Try to
    • still preserved over in Asia. In Europe, this vision was completely
    • districts, over the Black Sea to the Mediterranean. Medieval thought
    • apparent when we look over to the East, behind the great wall, where
    • world that remained accessible to the mind of man. Over yonder in the
    • the whole reality is revealed to us as we look over towards
    • proceeding from Shamanic arts and coming over from the East. From
    • Fauns and Satyrs who surge over from the East, and the spirits of the
    • indistinct. Seething over from the East we see those other beings,
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    • for a few days. Then what we call the etheric body is given over to
    • case; man preserves his relationship to it. Moreover, this
    • overwhelmed and drowned by the coarser ideas which flow into us from
    • to have good eyesight (if we are sound and healthy). Moreover, since
    • us. This hatred must first be overcome by him; it is like a sword, a
    • joined the system at a later time; moreover, they circle around in
    • spiritual world. Moreover, his consciousness in this first year of
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • and the Israelites. Moreover, one can say that a great part of the
    • the same being as was spoken of over in Egypt, or over in Phoenicia
    • after death, has at one time ruled over the living.
    • him up to overthrow Chronos, just as Chronos overthrew Uranus, only
    • the following. Zeus, before he overcame the Titans and cast them into
    • successive generations of Gods: Gaea-Uranus; Uranus overthrown
    • Chronos and Rhea; then Chronos overthrown again through Zeus,
    • descend from other forefathers who were not yet ruled over by Zeus.
    • So said the Greeks to themselves: we are governed by a race of Beings
    • moreover have been rather difficult to be sentimental over Zeus. Yet
    • unsentimental way of regarding the Gods) to pass over to objective
    • imaginative consciousness. In this way, however, they rule over us,
    • and said: These are ruling over us now, at one time we were also as
    • Therefore they can rule over us, they have remained as it was at that
    • themselves against them. The Intuitive were thus overthrown through
    • overthrown. What has been left? Well, just as from Uranus-Gaea the
    • overcome atavism, making use of sulphur atavistically. But Zeus and
    • fundamental concepts in order to pass over in the right way to our
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    • on the other we can reflect. You know, moreover, if you have followed
    • thought. Moreover, in the details through which the Osiris myth has
    • know, that when Isis discovered that her spouse, Osiris, had been
    • profoundly in the Osiris-Isis myth. Over to Phoenicia must Isis go to
    • fact, expressed in the myths. Thinking gradually passed over to
    • then today, with the abstract perception that you have? You discover
    • something which you see with the senses; then you think it over
    • afterwards he worked this over inwardly. One might say it is only a
    • to reflect, conceive abstractly. Over the whole life was spread
    • relation to the world man thought of as spread out over the whole of
    • the day; and what was spread out over the whole life between birth
    • form over the earth today, without people having any idea of how out
    • over the intellectual value — so to say — of the
    • thoroughly within it. The conflict over ‘universals’ —
    • connected with reality. When they reached maturity they thought over,
    • One had to struggle desperately over the Universals, as to
    • which is really a universal sign, spread over the world. Most amusing
    • could write quite clever articles over the most everyday words
    • without discovering how these things, these words, were
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    • discovered it then in Byblos in Phoenicia and brought it back to
    • rules over the dead and judges them, to the Upperworld in order to
    • there is to stand before our soul's gaze that which once sounded over
    • paper — covered with all sorts of writings of a profoundly
    • Imaginations as have been brought before you, and to work over these
    • Court-jesters over all sorts of odds and ends of wisdom, and
    • these have naturally discovered — they have discovered various
    • scholars have naturally also discovered that there never was a Till
    • Over such matters as
    • sniggers, and over many other matters which, out of a certain
    • read the little book in which ‘Swiss-German Proverbs’
    • proverbs an original harmonizing of what is said with the direct
    • overcome again through another consciousness. The sort of
    • proverb ‘the letter kills but the spirit gives life’ is
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    • who neglect to do so. If you think this over, you will easily see
    • moreover called themselves the ‘immortals’ in that
    • left over from ages in which they were understood, and flow into
    • overthrew the tables and so on! In order really to promote what must
    • configuration of the different social structures spread over the
    • 15th century when the Aries-culture passes over to the Pisces (the
    • There is a transition from head to feet; the swing-over is an
    • from the celestial constellations as the great swing-over that had
    • In order to overcome
    • friends, merely to skim lightly over things.
    • were spoken. Words like these were spoken: ‘Over the heads and
    • the Government of Lenin and Kameneff is together with Herr Joffe the
    • discovered a new principle. He was indeed really incarcerated in a
    • Julius Robert Mayer discovered it’. No one re-reads, but each
    • concrete truth is not forthcoming. Mankind moreover is much too
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    • speak, our physical nature hands over nothing more, and through our
    • which moreover is not believed by external historical science, but
    • is passing over.
    • difficult to be enthusiastic over something that went on so and
    • of materialistic statesmanship over the whole of Europe. And only
    • join a group where Spiritual Science was studied, begged moreover at
    • anthroposophical spiritual science. We need not puzzle our heads over
    • its forces can only be discovered if one looks into the spiritual. It
    • happen today can only be discovered and, above all, rightly judged,
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    • and significant truth — namely, man wanders over the earth but
    • man as he wanders about over the earth, as a picture, as a picture
    • they only have rulership over what is spread out before the senses,
    • over into the general consciousness of humanity. And although these
    • ponders over the being of man and his connection with the social
    • are coming over the European social structure. One need not believe
    • can look back over the last centuries and what they have brought ...
    • first of over eighty Waldorf Schools was not founded until 1919.]
    • world today can neither be grasped nor in any way governed through
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    • meditating over all these things one can gain great help by thinking
    • my dear friends, is moreover very close to the discovery of this from
    • discovery of something that has met with opposition even in spiritual
    • divining-rod were posted to various army-groups in order to discover
    • the case of a woman who was quite small, he discovered that she
    • through spiritual science. Thus natural science will discover, as it
    • has discovered the aura, the fact that the head is only influenced
    • organism — this will be discovered even by natural science. But
    • looked on that as an interesting fact, and then I discovered that the
    • birth of the spiritual, the physical being given over to the
    • earth, just as the spiritual is given over to the universe through
    • our being born, and by reason of our dying we give over to the
    • adapted moreover to youth — but so adapted that one can keep
    • already in a dying-out condition. The earth has overstepped the
    • Suess states that when one walks over fields today and looks at the
    • skipped about the room and rejoiced over what he would lecture upon
    • individuals, when it passes over into our civilization, when our
    • principle of patience if life of the head is to pass over into life
    • over into the whole man what is grasped by the head, when one has not
    • himself — as to how people quarrel over words. It is his
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    • only, with our ordinary consciousness we do not discover how we are
    • offers you, not as a mere theory, but as something to carry over into
    • mind what takes place all over the earth. For if we look at one or
    • people who were conquered and exterminated after the discovery of
    • Christianity once we have discovered that these souls for the most
    • in American Indian bodies. Over in Asia we find the souls who lived
    • somewhere an astronomical discovery has been made, people do not say
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    • falling over. Thus he learns to place his body into the world; he
    • human being passes over from the waking to the sleeping state. During
    • willing to overcome. True and genuine love for human beings during
    • astral body of a man who is an idealist can hand over his speech to
    • conjunction with the Archai. It is moreover in the power of the
    • of something brought over into the present life through the fact that
    • process learn to recognise that the previous earthly life works over
    • world during sleep in such a way that the period leading over from
    • carried over into another earthly life. How the next life is framed
    • supervene, and no effort to overcome obstacles would arise in us.
    • For, after all, obstacles would not be there for us to overcome
    • enough human love is carried over into sleep, then the karma that is
    • Thus when we discover in the physical world a man whose conscience is
    • When the time comes for the Earth to pass over to the Jupiter
    • over man for this very purpose — that he may, himself, draw out
    • during life on Earth, and moreover, as you know, during certain
    • or rather over against this we can place, the power that lives in the
    • which we carry over into life itself. May you succeed, in ever
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    • overwhelming change that came upon him in Italy. In letters to
    • Vedanta philosophy. Moreover we know that this age, too, was preceded
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    • the boundaries of modern science. Moreover it is recognised that the
    • to overstep these boundaries. But nothing that the intellect or the
    • mystical experience he has discovered a spark of the Divine within
    • exercises but they must be repeated over and over again. One person
    • To what is here discovered as an active, super-sensible reality in the
    • member which works at the forming of the earthly body, is discovered
    • practised over in Asia as a decadent form of Yoga, by men whose
    • a new world discovered. The world of sense is no longer immediately
    • reality is discovered, that higher reality which permeates and works
    • man which is thus discovered and which permeates the body of
    • the material world — we discover the world of soul-and-spirit
    • core of man’s being is discovered.
    • Death — a world that is discovered as a reality, not through
    • discovery of higher worlds; but we must also be aware that our whole
    • being has, as it were, to be given over to this reality of the
    • in far greater intensity — given over to the world, it is true,
    • descent to the Earth must be made over and over again in order that
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    • realise that humanity does not only carry over theories from one
    • more and more overcome, I might say, by the knowledge which the world
    • not overlook this stage in the development of human knowledge.
    • over what has arisen through the materialism of the nineteenth
    • facts which were discovered at that time in regard to the external
    • all that could be discovered in connection with certain things which
    • simply been overlooked with elegance in the modern scientific manner
    • order to “summon spirits”; yet, they completely overlook
    • research, so that facts could be discovered which would
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    • nothing but a ball, a round head rolling along over the surface of
    • the East and asserting itself over a great part of the earth. This is
    • government. This is not only because conspicuous Bolshevik agitators
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    • that cause death to pass over the earth very, very frequently, in a
    • certain spot, this large van had overturned; this had happened
    • awkwardly and was moreover a very heavy van), sparing no effort in
    • think that he had stumbled over the stone, thus falling into the
    • furniture van arrived and overturned, and that the child simply
    • etheric body spreading over the Building supplied the mediating
    • say: The whole day long the sun shone over that region of the earth,
    • the heavens. When we are born, the etheric body is handed over to us
    • the spiritual world, but it is difficult to discover them directly in
    • as a result of materialism which took hold of man, must be overcome
    • science, something that is able to overcome even the greatest
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    • and objects of this world of sense-existence, of discovering the laws
    • by which they are governed. He thus transfers the perception of the
    • hovers into infinitudes but is nevertheless abstract. And that which
    • spreads itself over the whole of the microcosm, renders the shapes
    • process. The astral lays hold of the airy element and spreads over
    • since the fifteenth century, man has lost the capacity to discover
    • this insight into pre-existent life had faded away. And moreover the
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    • of egoism came over the whole modern civilisation, I do not speak
    • Latin and Roman culture then took over something that was in a
    • earthly lives, we brought over — partly through physical
    • epoch, and we took over this inheritance. This inheritance of the
    • we had to take in something in order to climb over an important stage
    • For this very reason we should be aware that this crossing over is
    • observe what has thus swept over modern humanity, with the result
    • explanations that a cloud may be seen hovering over the physical body
    • body. You see, here we have significant forces that pass over into
    • passing over into the development of the earth. Yet at the same time
    • in every sphere of practical human life, only what we can discover
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    • and overtakes us here. So that a full and complete survey of man's
    • that is discovered by an Initiate, and can be communicated, is
    • Spiritual Science, must be overcome. Interest in the great affairs of
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    • really been turned inside out, like an overcoat that can be turned.
    • body is handed over to the elements of the earth. Now we might think
    • meaning. For we can hand over to the earth only those parts of our
    • however, hand over to the earth that part of our physical body that
    • hand over to the earth, we return to the earth, only that part of our
    • greatest, most beautiful and significant event. Moreover, this
    • overcome by a feeling telling us that we stand within the world as
    • life-tableau, has now been handed over to the external world: it
    • lives in our surroundings and has been taken over by the world.
    • lofty, it is an overwhelming and powerful experience for the
    • coming from our etheric body and to hand it over to the whole
    • overwhelming thought. Every one of our strides is the external
    • over to the earth what comes from the earth, so our parents and
    • things in their own world. You must discover them, by awakening
    • soon discover the confutation of such an argument! It is not even so
    • physical body, here on the physical plane, are handed over to the
    • spiritual-etheric world and hover in it. The forces that might, for
    • events of the present shall have passed over the earth and there will
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    • modern man, is, as it were, covered by his ordinary consciousness, we
    • and then passed over, as it were, into a “pralaya”, in
    • the re-discovery of something over which the darkness of
    • whitewashed, it had to be clouded over, as it were, by something that
    • and there is moreover something that resembles Lemminkainen, endowing
    • accustomed. What is spread out over there is a powerful being, and
    • leans over in the three great Bays, that were still experienced by
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    • If we look back over
    • will certainly discover that by far the greater number of those who
    • living force, the source of one's power to overcome.
    • suffers from two evils, both of which must be overcome in the
    • man ought to overcome. The post-scholastic period is still haunted by
    • held that man was born evil and must overcome his nature, the
    • Fall he suffered. In better days he at least tried to overcome error.
    • anthroposophical life must overcome. If this anthroposophical life is
    • though by towering fortress walls that one cannot see over is
    • are anthroposophical facts discovered?” or “What is this
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    • cover them and black darkness come over them; and do not let them behold me
    • may not again have power over me. The determination that they have made, to
    • explorers who discover such writings among ruins and wreckage are frequently
    • illusion, that those who have already covered all true effort after knowledge
    • training lords it even over the tender souls of your children; materialistic
    • are not quite united among themselves. For then there occurs what overwhelms
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    • to help him recover as another person who has an alert, lively mind,
    • process of recovery meets with greater difficulties in the one than
    • people owe their rapid or painless recovery to the fact that when
    • recovery from an illness, it makes the world of difference if we have
    • is nothing left over. If mental pictures could enter into the plant,
    • sculptors and overseers working on the form of the life to come. For
    • physical world, and then the physical world hovers in front of him
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    • phrase here or there, or the over or under emphasising of a word
    • recovery. How this cure is effected is sometimes a matter of complete
    • egoistic desire for recovery; in fact there has to be knowledge of
    • person's character and can say: For this person to recover, he must
    • this sphere, no recovery can be achieved at all, because it is
    • over the whole of Western Europe they have a completely wrong view of
    • overlooked, because most of the illnesses came from an irregularity
    • recovery. If we see man as the complicated being he is, the treatment
    • how materialism has overtaken mankind. In earlier times people were
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    • traveled just a short distance over the earth, that had a great
    • environment. Spirits overshadowed man and stimulated him to bring
    • beings hovering round them in their environment; images of the gods
    • around with him and has very little power over it. If a man who has
    • on his finer bodies, he will discover that he has become more or less
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    • during the day, but their activity is completely overpowered by the
    • compared to a circle. The ego undergoes rhythmic changes over a
    • rhythm would take place over a period of ten times seven times four
    • over long periods of time, and the hierarchies — entities we
    • temperature, which summons man's forces of recovery. A temperature
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    • circumstances there is no recovery. This fact is known by most
    • is governed by the number seven. The phenomenon of a rising
    • and just over five minutes later. Now you have a similar relationship
    • Seven days later the astral body covers an entirely different part of
    • of the etheric body that is now covered by the part of the astral
    • patient's disorder has been overcome in seven days, then all is well.
    • But if the disorder has not been overcome, and the astral body has
    • heed to these two points of coincidence. We could discover points
    • definitely hope for recovery. All these things are connected with
    • fall victim to such suggestions! They overlook the fact that the
    • body covers a different quarter of the etheric body. Originally the
    • covered with this basic formula of spiritual science. Think of the
    • some people actually get tired of hearing these basic facts over and
    • over again in certain public lectures. But this is and remains a
    • rediscover within himself the laws with which to regulate the
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    • is the very eradicating and overcoming of these hindrances that will
    • of doing harm, so that in repairing the harm and overcoming the evil
    • over many lives. In one life we correct this, in another life that,
    • is strong enough to overcome all the obstacles in the line of
    • of a lifetime, so that it overcomes what does not suit it. People
    • more or less to overcome everything not suited to it, though this is
    • always to some extent have the inner strength to overcome what does
    • impossible for the soul forces to overcome the resistance in the
    • strong enough to overcome certain things in the organism. In the
    • overcoming the inner resistance necessary for doing the deed. We
    • capable of performing it, although by the time the illness is over it
    • acquire his strength by overcoming obstacles in the world, one after
    • overcoming of obstacles in previous incarnations. Our present
    • overcome the blockage, and the awaited enlightenment ensues. The
    • overcoming of this illness brings an entirely new impulse, like a
    • blockages, of course, and they cannot all be overcome at once. We
    • this points to a significant law governing human existence. And in
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    • which gives man his superiority over the animal, that in the case of
    • of man's superiority over the animals. For in the astral body of the
    • have a breathing process that is so to speak strictly governed from
    • us, to carry over into the next incarnation; they work creatively in
    • and not yet exercise proper mastery over the physical and etheric
    • control over the laughter muscles. This shows that they have a higher
    • of the higher over the lower. Whereas weeping signifies a knuckling
    • moving, because we know that it will and must be overcome, but how
    • sorrow and tears in that world where they can no longer be overcome.
    • must pay good attention to these feelings that can come over us when
    • wrath that comes over anyone who understands life when he sees
    • the fact that whoever has overcome his ego to the point of no longer
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    • the sun had least influence men developed in such a way that over
    • brown. And an overpowering feeling of ego arising from offended
    • And whilst it could not take root over in the East where the idea of
    • discover it in the myths of certain isolated districts of Siberia. A
    • reach a certain point of development, as it were, but not overdo it
    • the lower. When we look back over the ages we can learn from the fact
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    • an extremely enthusiastic dog-lover would want to deny that there is
    • You can actually discover what is happening, even without clairvoyant
    • the child's development as an extra covering round the brain. But
    • this covering passes into the brain and subsequently lives within it,
    • involved. When it comes forth it passes over to evolution, and then
    • sessions, for you will have the whole summer to ponder over it. We
    • should ponder over such concepts for months if not years, then we
    • develops a feeling of joy over the two men in front of him standing
    • evolution the sum of man's experiences over and above those resulting
    • overwhelming suggestive power. Let us try to imagine how different a
    • lose their influence over man, but on the other hand how they again
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    • is over. After death relationships between individuals continue as
    • to emphasise in the lectures given over the years, it is that you
    • their souls. Over the years it has often been possible to indicate
    • what way have our studies over the last ten or twelve years demonstrated
    • may agree together, firstly, as to how certain facts are discovered,
    • very difficult to discover moral principles, neither is it difficult
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    • become ‘I’-conscious. You can discover for yourselves how
    • In the first place, when his Kamaloka period is over, a
    • by thorough understanding of every religious faith spread over the
    • just quoted. What passed over from the Mystery of Golgotha into
    • the new birth, we have to discover what can be called the Akashic
    • sphere but that he can carry it over into the Mars sphere, it is
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    • over and over again the circumstances created during the life before
    • street punctually at eight o'clock we might have been run over by a
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    • Even externally it is not difficult to discover what the soul is
    • very great. Our present age, however, has a definite advantage over
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    • make it possible for every human soul to discover for itself the path
    • century gathered around him his faithful followers from all over the
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    • sheath of that body is cast off when the Kamaloka period is over.
    • Spirits whom he has to overcome in the course of his life, who give
    • certain position — perhaps crossed over the breast — and
    • formation like a fiery cloud was still to be seen over the head of
    • was or was not a thinker in the sense of that ancient epoch. Over the
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    • discover that whatever comes in this way into the life of man and
    • pass over more and more decisively from the external to the inner
    • what comes into the category of intangible but sovereign authority.
    • either in affairs of Government or in practical life, and in these
    • times too — when the government of the city passed into the
    • said that the physical increase of humanity over the Earth during the
    • when the period of Kamaloka is over, public opinion has no weight or
    • different groupings of human beings and moreover exists on Earth
    • only on Earth. Many, even more overbearing influences will come in
    • the West have always emphasised that it is impossible to discover in
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    • passed over from creation into existence. From the viewpoint of sleep
    • world-creation, we grasp what has passed over from creation into
    • with the laws governing this visible structure that we are in the
    • existence, when the human being passes over from life into being.
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    • life on Earth? When death has taken place we shall discover whether
    • offer we shall then discover what it is!
    • touch with the outer physical world, to act and moreover to think in
    • itself occurs because we shall then discover what the facts are —
    • realise from this how Karma works over from one life to the next. In
    • that moreover the higher Hierarchies will also be there and able to
    • is hovering around them. But this is an experience, a feeling, of
    • moves over the Earth he will bear within his soul the realisation of
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    • endeavoured to present many aspects of this life; moreover it has
    • inwardly with yearning for the last life on Earth; moreover even in
    • after the Mystery of Golgotha, Brahmanism passed over into the
    • indeed come over from Sun to Earth but belongs to far deeper regions
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    • time, we can make a most peculiar discovery. We can say to ourselves
    • over to externals; we will draw on the old tradition as found in
    • limited sense and had spread widely over Southern Europe and other
    • account and ask simply: No matter what happened over there in
    • and others, as it passes over into the world we tried to enclose, it
    • feeling of the isolation of thought comes over one; a feeling that
    • and feel rising over the Devachanic world a star that belongs to a
    • spreading out over other regions at that time, before the Mystery of
    • impression on one, there appears again, shining over Devachan, the
    • out proudly over the world and draws it all together with the simple
    • first like a deepening of thought, or a discovery of thought; and
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    • Nazareth. But these Gnostics went wrong over the way in which the
    • and Earth-cycles seem to ring out with overbearing force.
    • Sibyllism gains influence over the Roman poets; how it even plays
    • can overlook the far-reaching influence of Sibyllism on the world in
    • covers them nowadays. In this condition they are useless; they must
    • the remains of it passed over into the fourth epoch. But what was
    • picture of the spiritual chaos that would have overtaken the West,
    • just as far over the Earth as the domain of the olive tree extends.
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    • also that the Zarathustra Ego passed over into the body of the other
    • forces which governed the sense-organs of these bodies, they would
    • human souls; this had to be overcome. The angelic Being who was
    • and over this the Greeks built a temple — why? Vapours used to
    • overcome the dragon, the Python, a temple was built, and instead of
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    • if we reckon in their antipodes — they rule over the Izeds, who
    • them over to higher stages — because the Zarathustrian outlook
    • But while all this was breaking in over the Western
    • clothe with a new covering, an Earth-vesture, the part of man that
    • commandments that arise when the Ego stands directly over against God
    • if the influence of heathen peoples gains sway over the Jews. No
    • us look back a little, with the aid of occult knowledge, over what we
    • we look back over what happened then, we must say that what was
    • accomplished in Atlantean times flowed over into the East.
    • The overflow, as it were, of Meteorology, especially
    • preceded the Mystery of Golgotha, do we not see the Christ pass over
    • by the power of the Christ and in consequence a change came over the
    • From all this, if we look back over it, we can
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    • strife, but below the surface, and human wisdom will have to uncover
    • her bridegroom in her lap and weeping over him. But I knew that
    • runs down over the page's hand; and then a maiden with the Holy
    • Grail, just as the stars are overpowered by the light of sun and
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    • reached only after overcoming all the things which, as I told you
    • When all that has come over into Earth evolution from
    • come over from the Moon period and with its outcome for Earth
    • overflow; she loves a happy face, endures unheard of toil, and is so
    • theological controversies go on, and from them traditional
    • Over against the contrast set up by Hebrew antiquity,
    • to be found who had remained untouched by the controversies in the
    • all that is holy, by feeling the confluence of that which came over
    • East He returned to the West. His external physical covering came
    • to judge whether the religious faiths scattered over the Earth will
    • hidden depths of the East; that the religious controversies which
    • environment over which passed the path of the Christ, when in higher
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    • uncover the forces which at that time worked upon our physical body.
    • materialistic scientist studying civilization does not discover the
    • overcome as soon as the human being draws the first active breath for
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    • makes the significant discovery that through the utterances, through
    • arouses in us an overwhelming love for the cosmic past. Saturn is the
    • to speak, her lover. Whereas the Moon reflects the whole surrounding
    • over and control all the thoughts of men. He is the one in whom we
    • can become luminous and pass over into the flame of freedom.
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    • must be the result of victories; our strength grows if we overcome
    • riddles, and when we enter the spiritual world we shall discover new
    • gaze upon these connections, we shall discover in many cases that the
    • One who has passed over into the spiritual world, has a
    • discovery: We shall see how human beings come together here, in the
    • died before him, we shall discover another thing. We shall see that
    • indifferent matter to discover there, for instance, a person who has
    • who loses his life through an accident, by being run over by a train,
    • spread over a longer period of time are concentrated, drawn together,
    • it may seem a coincidence that someone has been run over by a train;
    • discover that in the meantime an accident has occurred along the way,
    • overcomes death in this soul-manner and that it penetrates into life.
    • sight of this fact — is gradually impoverished through the
    • impoverishment of earthly existence. This is a phenomenon which can
    • a new birth over and above our own requirement. We can therefore see
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    • Moreover, though they do not enter our consciousness directly in
    • antipathies which play such an overwhelming part in our life. To a
    • beings, another to another set of elemental beings. Moreover, the
    • do in fact lay aside our etheric body, we hand it over, so to speak;
    • but it is to our own etheric counterpart that we hand it over. Our
    • your death it will be handed over to the universe in such or such a
    • thus handed over to the universe. Many of the ways in which the dead
    • spiritual training, the influences of what is thus given over to the
    • Moreover, these relationships must have affected his soul — the
    • over from the etheric body depends on spiritual training or other
    • Moreover, we may ask ourselves, are we not largely influenced in our
    • their way into his consciousness. Suppose, moreover, that the one
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    • must rediscover what lies behind the knowledge provided by external
    • the world rhythm, then we shall rediscover the elemental beings
    • over the intellect even where it is merely a question of numbers.
    • discovers the atomic weight of hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen, and
    • pertains to the plant, animal and human world will pass over to the
    • As already mentioned, whatever physical laws are discovered,
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    • we have really been turned inside out, like an overcoat that can be
    • that they take up) the physical body is handed over to the elements
    • this is not the case, in this meaning. For we can hand over to the
    • itself. We cannot, however, hand over to the earth that part of our
    • over to the earth, we return to the earth, only that part of our
    • significant event. Moreover, this experience kindles that which
    • we gaze at it, we are overcome by a feeling telling us that we stand
    • before us in the form of a life-tableau has now been handed over to
    • over by the world.
    • in this manner is impressive and lofty, it is an overwhelming and
    • over to the whole universe. The Gods gave us the chance to live in
    • This is an overwhelming thought. Every one of our
    • after our death we can only hand over to the earth what comes from
    • these things in their own world. You must discover them by
    • would very soon discover the falsity of such an argument! It is not
    • their physical bodies here on the physical plane are handed over to
    • the spiritual-etheric world and hover in it. The forces that might,
    • passed over the earth and there will be peace once more, then the
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    • and given over to the earth.
    • then pass over as such into other beings.
    • reality, given to the earth; this is given over to the earth. Thus,
    • pass over into warmth only after hundreds of years, indeed, even
    • though what belongs to the bone-system may pass over into warmth only
    • fact that he lays this physical body aside, that he gives over to the
    • victory of spiritual life over physical life. And just as long as we
    • is deeply moving to observe what, the dead has just given over to the
    • covering of the earth. Green works upon us in such a way that we are
    • wishes to overpower us, as it were.
    • blue above him, (this is, moreover, a very subjective blue; for, in
    • Any one, moreover, who has a share in the erection of
    • overcome difficulties such as these. Moreover, the possibility may
    • spiritual discovery. I shall again bring it to your minds by citing a
    • with our etheric bodies, which pass over into the exterior etheric
    • something, says to us: Look over there — it is there that you
    • do the living. And, moreover, it never becomes alien to the dead.
    • Tempter, Lucifer. Moreover, Lucifer is a Being who, as we know,
    • over the sphere of the temporal — only over that which we lay
    • elapsed, give over their etheric body to the etheric world, and
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    • belong to me, but I with my other members am hovering outside and
    • regular migrations of the birds over the earth, so will man after he
    • civilization, which later on will pass over into the sixth age of
    • extends over the various Folk-souls out of the Spirit of the Age. At
    • something over which as a human individual he has at first no
    • Spirit of the Age over the whole earth is made possible through the
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    • consciousness there arises over every part of our earth a peculiar
    • different over the land of Switzerland from what it is over the land
    • of Italy, and again different over the lands of Norway, Denmark or
    • is also true that a kind of etheric aura towers up over every part of
    • etheric auras which can be perceived over the various countries.
    • from within. The auras over the various countries alter in the course
    • The essential is, that the etheric aura over a certain
    • peoples. You may already see, that in the etheric aura over any
    • matter dependent, they are compelled at certain times to wander over
    • Thus we find the Folk-spirits at work all over the
    • themselves advance in their evolution, that they themselves pass over
    • very easily perceive this, you need only think it over in order to
    • regularity of the swing of the lamp Galileo discovered the law of the
    • their discoveries. We could relate hundreds and thousands of cases in
    • normal Archangels also, who govern the national feeling and
    • Personality who from within govern the work of thought in a
    • have not proceeded from the predominance of the normal Archangel over
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    • that which is the human envelope or covering; so that therefore the
    • our sense-perceptions; true we might then be able to rejoice over the
    • flowers in the field and also over a beautiful landscape, but our
    • man could have a free outlook over the domain extending upward from
    • We can therefore easily picture a people spread over a
    • certain portion of the earth, and over this people the folk-aura, the
    • in evolution than man, floating over the whole people, and giving
    • over the influence of the Archangel. A case in point occurred when
    • with which to carry out his overseas mission. The whole mission of
    • the Spirit of the Age over the Archangel. If you go through the
    • why mankind is divided into races. That which makes man the same over
    • about by the normal Spirits of Form. But that which plays a part over
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    • nature; all the people who have wandered over the face of the earth
    • are the originators of the racial differences in mankind over the
    • again is carried over in a certain way into his later life, because
    • European has the advantage over the black and the yellow races, we
    • age the racial character is gradually being overcome.
    • Ahriman. The further we come over towards the West, the more do we
    • discoveries, and all that does not depend upon the reviving
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    • A person goes on foot, for instance, over the rocky land
    • dense, rocky, stony substance over which he walks just as he first
    • and astral bodies as an outer covering, into which are woven willing,
    • from within radiate and carry over on to the earth what this
    • discovered by those who attain to vision by the wrong methods. The
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    • not merely one kind of humanity spread over the whole earth, but that
    • Mongolian race we find the Mars-race. We then pass over into the
    • over the ocean to America, where the place is at which the races or
    • unique racial characters which are spread over the Earth, a knowledge
    • this distribution of mankind over the Earth was taken in hand, so
    • If you now pass further over to Asia, you find there in
    • Just as the glandular type of man is spread over the land of
    • Ethiopia, so over these parts of Malaya there is spread the type of
    • Now let us go up over the wide Mongolian plains. In
    • the earliest ages, when the races were divided, went over to the
    • West. The Indians then took over with them to the West all that was
    • walk over the graves of my brothers? Because they are in possession
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    • several peoples over in Asia and Africa had long since risen to the
    • thousands of years, gradually to spread over the whole earth. This
    • to those who call themselves Anthroposophists. Whereas over in Asia
    • over a great part of Western Europe, as far as the present Hungary,
    • possible because, whilst over in Asia and Africa the Archangels had
    • impulse passed over humanity, there was in Europe an intermingled
    • received other tasks, — over to others. (In the case of the
    • now lies over Central Germany, but is really situated above the
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    • far-reaching fundamental kernel of mythological ideas extends over
    • blue trousers, a red coat and such or such a covering on his head,
    • completely forgotten by the Indians. They saw the whole process over
    • power over the wisdom which expresses itself in sound, he learned how
    • over into the blood and then causes the ‘ I ’
    • passes over into what later becomes ‘Riesenheim’ (Home of
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    • saw this physical world in such a way that over the whole of the
    • mythological culture. Over there in the East everything is
    • the Hœnir nature overcame the Balder nature. That is expressed by
    • kingdom of Heaven is come nigh unto you.’ Over there, where
    • of the Gods’ because he overcomes even that power by which Odin
    • himself is overcome. The avenger of Odin is given a special rôle and
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    • another in certain order. If we wish to obtain a survey over these
    • founding of the parliamentary forms of government at once becomes
    • world. But this philosophy does not discover merely the external,
    • crude, materialistic experience, it discovers in the external world
    • Atlantean culture and carried it over into the people of the
    • feeling steals over one, if one compares the Wall of China with
    • the north of Greenland, encircling it and then, flowing over to the
    • Christian conception of the State which hovers as a great ideal
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    • directing activity over this country, will permeate with the
    • Nerthus was driven over the waters. That later on was preserved as a
    • was overcome by the flaming sword of Surtur, who sprang from the
    • would bewilder mankind, if Odin did not overcome the Fenris Wolf,
    • has kept silence all the time, will overcome the Fenris Wolf. That
    • that which we recognize as the overwhelming greatness of the primal
    • capable of development, we must therefore overcome that which it had
    • which can be discovered and examined in the spiritual world. Hence
    • Folk-spirit who rules over all the Northern lands. In these lands
    • Angel and Archangel, but were to contribute to the overcoming of the
    • earth to prevail over another. If the West were ever to be conquered
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    • This unmistakably indicates that it is high time for man to discover how he can
    • nothing but opposition to them, earth-existence will pass over into chaos in
    • and the plant kingdoms, and possessed of an overwhelming power of intellect.
    • This swarm will seize upon the earth, will spread over the earth like a network
    • plant-existence, but possessed of overpowering wisdom. These spidery creatures
    • evolved inwardly by men today will in time to come creep over the earth like a
    • must be taken very seriously. What do we find today all over the civilised
    • the network of spider-like creatures extending over the earth.
    • brood of spidery creatures that will spread over the earth. Man's being needs
    • outside like an object which he need not carry over with him into cosmic
    • in the spidery web that will creep over the earth. There are men in existence
    • who will spin their web over the earth in times to come. Intellect will then be
    • most significant discovery. The pedants of his day regarded it as dilettantism,
    • transformed when the spidery brood of which I have spoken spreads over the
    • spread over the world today under the name of spiritual teaching is nothing but
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    • century. Moreover, the name Anthroposophy takes us still further back
    • time endeavoured, purely out of what I had discovered for myself, to
    • belongs to it; a building which, moreover, in its form of architecture
    • first time. Moreover, it may very easily appear as if this spiritual
    • influence over that which he spiritually perceives. I mention by the
    • soul-experiences, but the discovery of a different consciousness from
    • modern spiritual research discovers from the facts of spiritual life,
    • may not be discovered through spiritualism, but these belong to natural
    • science, not to spiritual science, for that which is discovered through
    • spiritual science. The exercise of any sort of power over the dead is
    • science widens the spiritual sight, the eye of the soul, to extend over
    • later to be discovered. Would it be thought possible for anyone to say
    • I must, moreover,
    • all know; but now every true Christian sees that through the discovery
    • discovery in the physical or spiritual domain the greatness which
    • earth-lives, some fact which is discovered in the physical or spiritual
    • physical or spiritual facts may be discovered, in any far-distant
    • home, can be overcome. About the Dornach building itself I will only
    • appropriate covering of what it contains. That is what is attempted.
    • Our walls are so covered over with forms from inside that there is no
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    • also tried to discover the manifestations of this divine-spiritual in
    • Western Europe, overlaying the original Christianity and shrouding it
    • be understood in the right sense. By looking back over the evolution
    • discovered the secrets of his organism.
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    • what influenced them in one life is carried over into the spiritual
    • and carry over once more into later epochs. In this way and thanks to
    • own spiritual power and pours his own will over a whole people and
    • Michelangelo, we shall not be surprised to discover that in his
    • special characteristic that the souls, who carry over their fruits
    • peace in death that streams over this body; and second, if we look at
    • Florence handed over to Michelangelo to try and make something of. He
    • wholly on sense observation, yet he carried over something from those
    • them bending in deep thought over a book, another in meditation, a
    • the highest things. Sibyls and Prophets stand over against each other
    • overpainted and spoiled by inferior artists who used the most
    • probably during his last days as he looked back over his life —
    • should allow his influence over us to work:
    • the fruits of its life over into the future of human evolution. This
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    • and astral body — anyone who has carried this over into his
    • One result of this is the controversy waged among
    • discover its real nature, they come out with a great deal of
    • artistic element. In this way we set over against certain Luciferic
    • as these and they should not be overlooked. We must begin to be
    • having discovered certain similarities between sayings and precepts
    • discovery that all the sentences were already there in an earlier
    • then you will discover why, during the period indicated, new
    • left to your own meditation, which will discover to what such
    • needs a great deal that must act as an impulse of renewal over
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    • conditions? The forces which these souls bring over with them from
    • improbable, because they can only be discovered by real knowledge and
    • over towards Russia in their earlier life on earth? If we investigate
    • over to the West, to lands in which, after the discovery of America,
    • over these Christian sentiments into Eastern bodies and have been
    • discover that healthy, free minds can, after all, find their way to
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    • The text of the lecture which preceded it was discovered on looking
    • meaning of the word. Of course, all theosophical facts discovered
    • universe; by envy and falsehood we harm the laws which govern the
    • discover without the aid of clairvoyant investigation, and Goethe
    • get rid of it, to overcome it and drive it away. When a person first
    • discovers that his soul is filled with envy, he begins to fight
    • case? He simply hands over the matter to Ahriman, and Ahriman darkens
    • against it. When we try to overcome falsehood, we can see that
    • Ahriman hands over the scepter to Lucifer, so that a quality creeps
    • When this has disappeared, when it has been overcome, we can observe
    • This is a fundamental law passing over from one incarnation to the
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    • body tissues which tend towards an over-exuberant growth. Many an
    • When the human being passed over from the Atlantean to the
    • spiritual battle ever waged, a battle which will spread over the
    • kind of trance, in order to discover from them, by cleverly
    • in human destiny extending over wide spaces do we attune our soul for
    • Let us now pass over to something else. Let us try to develop a
    • discover not only the influence of the past, but also that of the
    • take over the tasks entailed by the care of young children; the state
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    • passes over into the summer season of his personal existence;
    • describe this, to meditate over such things, for then we progress
    • even as winter comes over the fruits of the earth and covers them
    • diving down into the etheric and physical body cover with frost,
    • there we discover that the will is, as it were, the infant among
    • “Occult Science” you will discover an important
    • spiritual world cannot be discovered all at once; it leads out of
  • Title: Lecture: The Coming Experience of Christ
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    • poverty man no longer feels himself to be a child of the spiritual
    • earth has passed over, through a certain cosmic development, into its
    • of any other form of Chauvinism that spreads over the world, will be
    • falsehood over earthly life. And no social question will be solved
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    • something he has discovered out of his own experience, it will
    • make an interesting discovery. The abstract concept, it denotes
    • whether ideas enrich life or impoverish it, strengthen and aid life,
    • inwardness. We discover that the whole being and existence of man
    • self-observation, and into the way it is led over into deed and
    • that alters the whole course of our life. When we look back over the
    • earlier years, we discover with the eye of the spirit what we could
    • further in this kind of observation of life and discover that all we
    • discover the man we were! For he is a complete stranger to us now.
    • effect a change in the physical body, but when it passes over into
  • Title: Lecture: How Can the Destitution of Soul in Modern Times Be Overcome?
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    • How Can the Psychological Stress of Today be Overcome?,
    • CAN THE DESTITUTION OF SOUL IN MODERN TIMES BE OVERCOME? —
    • bestowed upon them. Intellect covers a wide field; today this is not
    • the relations leading over from former incarnations. Stirred by
    • understanding were not hanging over fifth post-Atlantean humanity,
    • and more. And since good is to be found only in the overcoming of
    • religion outwards liberty of thought must spread over every sphere of
    • which works into our times like a hang-over from the past. And there
    • with the tendency to uphold papal authority projected over from the
    • occasioned by the overcoming of these difficulties.
    • they would have as much reason to sorrow over this as we have to
    • allusion is made to the outstanding discoveries and inventions
    • power which has only to be released for clear light to pour over the
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    • They passed over into tradition, into the historical consciousness of
    • Thinking must pass over into
    • in a rose, for example, green passes over into red. Thinking vibrates
    • the soul-spiritual from the bodily nature. The first discovery, when such
    • overcome is one's own lethargy; then comes the other resistance, which
    • direction of space — in fact, perceive what is alive. One discovers that
    • made to overcome this pain of the soul, which becomes ever greater as one
    • of higher worlds demands the overcoming of suffering.
    • things can be discovered only along such paths as those I have indicated
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    • experience of Christ Jesus, we discover a strange and astounding fact
    • been rolled over His grave — we must take this thought and unite it
    • upon him; and he must exert himself to overcome the pressure of this
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    • proper understanding for such efforts. Over against the “powers
    • all talk of Economics — hovering airily over the realities
    • instinct still remains over from the times when men were used to work
    • wise and intelligent is that which they express! Moreover, the man of
    • and in these Calendars, beside the proverbs full of deep meaning for
    • time when orthodox science already wanted to overlook such matters,
    • other influences of the Earth's immediate environment. Moreover, this
    • spread over the Earth so as to constitute 27-28% of our Earth's
    • for it not only exists where we discover it in quartz or other rocks,
    • farmers' rules; they quoted a certain verse or proverb and knew what
    • they must do. The proverbs to-day are outworn superstitions, and a
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    • development of the vegetation that covers the soil. But present-day
    • again and working directly in the air and water over the Earth. The
    • alive; moreover in winter it is most of all alive. If we human beings
    • warmth passes over into inner warmth — it is changed into a
    • point of passing over into the crystalline element of form and shape
    • which we observe already when we look out over the crystallising
    • later stages also — over against the cosmic form which is
    • —if we had to do it all over again with our present cleverness
    • re-discovered if we wish to go on working on the Earth at all.
    • overgrown as it is with plants, along with the animals in the same
    • Moreover you will
    • to discover, from the form and figure of the animal, a definite
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    • and proper. You see from this how strongly nitrogen plays over into
    • bearer of that mysterious sensitiveness which is poured out over the
    • In a word, nitrogen pours out over all things a kind of sensitive
    • is, walking out over his fields. The peasant is stupid —so the
    • vision we must unfold when we look out over he surface of the Earth,
    • covered as it is with plants and having beneath it the limestone and
    • human being; we must evolve the same knowledge by looking out over
    • everywhere around us;.moreover it rests in itself — it makes no
    • limestone-nature must be overcome.
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    • now seen what is essential in the discovery of spiritual-scientific
    • Over against
    • are pressed back. Moreover, outside it the organic entity is surrounded
    • get this result: Without inducing the evaporation of the astral over-strongly,
    • begin with, by piling it up in thin layers, covering it layer by layer
    • now: we take this mass and give it over to the earth, in one form or
    • thankful that the dung remains over at all; for it carries astral and
    • the watery; but notably in the earthy element. It has the force to overcome
    • thus give over to the earth must of course have lost its original form,
    • our recent tests (in Dornach), as our friends discovered for themselves,
    • Moreover, I can well image that — at any rate in the early stages
    • very pleasant feeling to discover how there arises after all, from what
    • task will be to spray it over the tilled land so as to unite it with
    • machines, able to extend over whole fields the slight sprinkling that
    • are trying to discover, as they put it, what is likely to be most productive
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    • we need for the impoverished earth, must be subjected to a proper treatment,
    • to set over against it. That is the point in every case! If positive
    • tillage we can gradually impoverish the soil. We are, of course, constantly
    • impoverishing it, and that is why we have to manure it. But the compensation
    • the earth; we let it become permanently impoverished. We must then provide
    • and most tenuous dilution. Moreover, the plants need them just as much
    • Moreover, this process itself is dependent on the substantial nature
    • Moreover, you can perfectly well use the plant as dried herb. On the
    • which I have explained already. Moreover, the stinging nettle carries
    • Moreover, plant-nature
    • Indeed if it were not so, we should be in a very awkward position over
    • against the vegetable world, as we often are over against the animals
    • material, and lower it into the earth, but not too deep. We cover it
    • over with peat-moss, and then introduce some kind of channel or water-pipe
    • yet if you think it over, after all it involves less work than all the
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    • sphere, from that which is over the earth, we must perceive the workings
    • Moreover, speaking in a
    • till the next full Moon. So it gets over our human errors and takes
    • weeds, and scatter it over your fields. You need not take especial care
    • you have thus treated. It no longer grows as rampantly. Moreover, many
    • pepper and scatter it over the fields. Then you will have the dandelions
    • Moreover,
    • that remain over from the burning. It will not be much, but if you have
    • Take the pepper you get in this way, and sprinkle it over your fields.
    • surrounding sphere, to come right down into the Earth. Moreover,
    • different being in each case. moreover, the resultant influence depends
    • again you can spread it out over the beet-fields, and the nematode will
    • the plant. Moreover, there is all that which is working in the Earth
    • you will have an over intense vitalisation of the earth. I will indicate
    • were not there — if the earth were not over-vitalised by the Moon
    • see the forming of mildew, blight, rust, and similar diseases. The over-intense
    • by a weakening but by an over intensity of the Moon-forces. If we merely
    • as liquid manure over the fields, wherever we need it — wherever
    • sprinkle it over the fields. You need no special apparatus. It will
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    • with intelligence, let us say, the many coloured world of insects, hovering
    • around the plant-world during a certain reason of the year. Moreover,
    • Look at a plant growing directly out of the soil. True, it is hovered-around,
    • the tree arises poverty of ether as compared to the plant. Once more,
    • cambium, a relative poverty of ether is engendered in the tree,
    • poverty in the realm of the free-roots? We only need Look about us,
    • (This poverty of ether extends, of course, throughout the tree, for
    • animals see to it that the over-intense vitality is released. Thus they
    • over wide areas) — what the wood does in this direction has to
    • the forest in such districts, but to preserve it well. Moreover, the
    • Moreover,
    • Then we discover that the bird world becomes harmful if it
    • Moreover, when we trace
    • what is an animal, and what is the world of plants? We must discover
    • breathing system passes over into the metabolic system. With a portion
    • and tradition; he felt that this proverb describes something very true
    • of plants over the earth's surface. Meanwhile beneath the earth the
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 8
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    • that the creature is not over-burdened with stuff. We must see to it
    • a physical body and an ether-body, while up above it is hovered-around,
    • up to the astral, but the astral — so to speak — hovers
    • Moreover, the food which will pass through the stomach must be suitably
    • in this respect! Moreover, the head can only assimilate this nourishment
    • towards them. We should lead them out over the pastures. Altogether,
    • absurd at first sight, and yet you cannot overlook it if you wish to
    • or leguminous plants notably the various kinds of clover. In the clover-substance,
    • indeed, very much — of what has gradually been discovered by experiment
    • men come to cook their food at all? Because they by and by discovered
    • within him — and, moreover, the forces which the raw food itself
    • The eating of potatoes, above all, should not be overdone.
    • doubt, over a long period of time. Splendid results will emerge if you
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    • Spiritual. “The Spirit of God brooded over the
    • took over the whole Sacrifice which was formerly
    • symbolic garment), then the stole which is crossed over the
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    • as it were. By looking back upon ourselves, we discover the
    • own self in order to discover the universe anew within
    • everywhere on ourselves. With our body's covering
    • constellations below the horizon (for the earth covers
    • covered by the earth. In the four central members the stars
    • standpoint of a Greek reflecting over such things, we might
    • below, which are covered by the earth, enable man to be a
    • pouring out water, by walking over the fields with urns and
    • carries him over the sea. For in ancient times every ship
    • traveling as trading vessels over the sea, are really the
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    • what had to be done in the attempt to regain power over the sacred grave. A
    • of the senses; for these worlds must first be overcome before Man can enter
    • their torture, the vision of the Templars that could look out over these
    • and only to what they had experienced as something to be overcome, was
    • directed to the temptations over which they had gained victory after victory.
    • overcome stood before them, like a vision, whilst they lay stretched on the
    • overcome; they confessed it to be a custom within the Order. They confessed
    • themselves to be guilty of just that over which they had again and again won
    • him over which he had inwardly gained the victory, over which he had to gain
    • over our own soul. But, at the same time, without criticizing the spiritual
    • widely over the soul and spirit of Man and over all his social life and has
    • trunk and all the parts that the anatomist and physiologist discover
    • impulses wanted to acquire it, give parents unlimited power over the whole of
    • I have said, that parents could acquire a hitherto unheard-of power over
    • them; and, in overcoming them, get stronger forces than they could have had
    • overcome them.
    • wide over European civilization. Many things took their course in the French
    • realized, was, as you know, only discovered at the turn of the 18th and 19th
    • beginning of all the discoveries that rule the earth today by means of the
    • you have the explanation of how it came about that Galvani discovered
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    • Consequently Anthroposophy does not even attempt to discover paths to
    • conception, an idea or a thought, we cannot pass over at will to
    • another. Even as in the human organism we cannot pass over at will
    • from the head to any other form, but must first pass over to the
    • over, a reversal.
    • touch it and discover its connection with other things, you would
    • discover a higher kind of courage in our own life; when diving down
    • into this tableau we discover inner forces of courage which are
    • endure over the gulfs of time then we come to the point of ascending
    • super-sensible worlds. Higher vision can discover it there. Here it is
    • Many things assuredly must be overcome in order to attain a knowledge
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    • only refuted but overcome, conquered. Only by knowing them in such a
    • clearly oversee and judge the observations. Even in ordinary sense
    • longer belongs, into the consciousness that should oversee and judge
    • damage in this striving is everything that overcomes man in ordinary
    • “You are able to extinguish your image,” overcoming
    • need for an immensely strong force to overcome the sense of self,
    • certain power over our mental images. Any person is aware of this
    • investigator must consist chiefly of overcoming piece by piece
    • what has just been described; one feels oneself as if over an abyss.
    • must overtake the human soul in a dangerous way — not an
    • placed over an abyss. This must occur in order that, out of the
    • all sense reality and to make the leap over the abyss, he accepts
    • the communications from the spiritual world but in order to discover
    • layers of the earth that are covered by layers above it. What is in
    • “In all centuries poor truth had to blush over being
    • error, they stumble, because they do not dare leap over the abyss;
    • spiritual life one must not only know them but overcome them. The
    • investigation but also victories over error, victory by means
    • of a way of looking that has been gained previously, victory over the
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    • confusion and chaos are over. We are entering a difficult period of
    • We discover that when we make a conscious imprint of what we
    • functions in man. We discover something that is normally not known
    • also discover a fact that strikes a man of today as being absurd: if
    • fact that eludes external sense observation. We discover that
    • discover a delicate body of light between the activity of active
    • physical body, and it is discovered in this way by
    • Imagination. We discover a higher, super-sensible member of
    • overcome this phenomenon is to have other soul exercises going
    • We only discover what this is when we really practise the kind of
    • what the body does with us, so to speak. Then we discover that it is
    • get to know this super-sensible member of man's being; and we discover
    • mentioned. We then discover this soul body to be a higher member of
    • reached the point where we discover this actual soul body in
    • dying, we discover that this organisation is constantly in the
    • develop our soul life in this way. So we discover that birth and
    • discovers that the first thing he sees on looking backwards into our
    • world over, need to re-unite them once again.
    • thinking, and then they will make a remarkable discovery about the
    • to make them ill, and that they will only rediscover life if they
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    • and ponders over it to a certain extent within his soul.
    • other. At the time when one year is passing over into the other, the
    • over into another, they unite. Again they pass through the year
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    • have been ours during the last few days over into the realm of the
    • impoverishing mode of thought has slipped even into the finest domain
    • of spiritual life, all the world over — without distinction of
    • of our soul, if we wish to discover in ourselves how dependent we are
    • age, that which great men have discovered and thought, regarding
    • pass over the sentence I read out to you to-day, without a smile,
    • overcome all tendency to slackness, all love of sloth and laziness,
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • over the Earth, for we have but to look at the disastrous things that
    • over. Another great error in modern thought is to imagine that one
    • move over the face of the Earth, expressing in their inner life
    • The same phrase is repeated over and over again. Now, as we have
    • and knows that this is necessary. If he discovers what is great and
    • different peoples spread over the Earth. It is in the East, then,
    • where they can become feelings and pass over into
    • and more powerful, who can be discovered only when we are able to
    • pour ourselves out over all peoples.
    • complete humanity over the Earth. An abstraction is set up and is
    • waves oflove will not be able to flow over the waves of
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    • forever overcome death, becomes visible.
    • of having discovered Christ as a living reality. Such an
    • and the ground upon which we move, so, by overcoming earthly
    • because much of Atlantis was actually covered with mist and
    • man's knowledge increased, enabling him to make discoveries
    • yonder world. Greater and greater darkness spread over life
    • presented by the columns and roof coverings can literally
    • plane can be carried over into the spiritual world. Supreme
    • beginning of a bridge leading over from the physical into the
    • in the physical world itself incontrovertible proof had been
    • thus it came to pass that man can also carry over with him
    • over into the spiritual world.
    • God of the future. This is what will pass over into the
    • as it is carried over into the spiritual world. Before the
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    • catastrophe of the World-War extend over the world during the last
    • which have followed from it over large areas of the globe. One thing
    • peculiar fact that this catastrophe of the world-war burst over
    • the terrible nature of present world-events, discovers what people
    • governing and proletarian classes became wider and wider. The social
    • the thoughts, the inner impulses of soul that were carried over into
    • necessary to overcome these old forms, re-modelling one's whole soul
    • carried over into Christianity — people find it unchristian.
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    • in the spiritual life of our time, which casts its shadow over the whole
    • what is lying nearest to us, that we are able to observe, to cover
    • conception. The spiritual field of vision extends over that world
    • material existence. Therein we perceive how matter goes over
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha and Christ: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • 28:27 And two other rings of gold thou shalt make, and shalt put them on the two sides of the ephod underneath, toward the forepart thereof, over against the other coupling thereof, above the curious girdle of the ephod. \
    • 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. \
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    • discover whether a certain action was both good and wise, he made
    • over again in backward order, three times as quickly.
    • remarkable discovery of spiritual investigation that the most
    • passes over to the next incarnation. It is exactly the same with the
    • the Earth-period and human souls in their totality pass over into the
    • — to spread over the Earth the knowledge that would reveal
    • clairvoyant perception of the process of world-evolution to discover
    • hosts of people from all over Europe, from Spain, Italy and France,
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    • somewhere, and presently discovers that she can never find it again
    • account; it represents a preponderance of the physical over the
    • holiday, write less for a time, and you will get over it!’ But
    • time for these strengthening and health-giving exercises. Moreover,
    • over the ethereal body. You thus become able, if need be, to
    • the right, he will strengthen the control of his astral body over his
    • command of the Ego over the astral body. Some people cannot bring
    • the Ego over the astral body.
    • means of strengthening the control of the Ego over the astral body is to
    • adviser, whose strength of will has gained the victory over the
    • is strong overcome something that is weak. And that is important, for
    • it greatly strengthens the control of the Ego over the astral body.
    • to strengthen the control of the I over the astral body is to dismiss
    • impoverish our life.
    • practices we strengthen the influence of the Ego over the astral
    • body, of the astral body over the ethereal, and of the ethereal body
    • over the physical. Self-education, and an influence upon the
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    • of the course of human evolution over a certain period — how it
    • passed over into what was called Astronomy: the student integrated
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    • bound to the forces of the earth. Briefly: we discover a connection
    • run down the forehead and over the nose. We proceed, in accordance
    • straight eyes. But how one represents the way the eye passes over
    • how man's wonderful outer covering — the form of his skin
    • feels: here I must only give indications; here we pass over
    • passes over into artistic creation.
    • yield to a mode of cognition that does not pass over into art. The
    • when he speaks or sings, can be extended over his whole being —
    • clearly will discover the remarkable relation of art to science and
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    • whole mood of soul is governed by fear. All that you do, as well as
    • surrounding world, and he had a special motive for giving over his
    • teachers and pupils of the Mysteries coming over from Asia were
    • Over there
    • which was addressed to the pupils over and over again by the teachers
    • however, recover the knowledge of man that lived in the Mystery colonies
    • West was overcome only by disclosing to them the whole weight of the
    • overcoming of it, that the Mystery pupils were directed to
    • it may be kept safely within and not pass over into our outer
    • over the whole human organism. If it were to spread out over the
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    • combine and relate them and discover within them laws, which we then
    • perpetual dying. Nature wears, so to speak, a deathlike hue. But over
    • falls to pieces; it is strewn out over the cosmos. In the moon,
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    • the Mystery of Golgotha must be rediscovered to-day through
    • anthroposophical Spiritual Science. We have again to discover how
    • confronted with this dilemma that their dominion over the Earth
    • moreover for that death to be the result of the erring ways of
    • pass though death and to be victorious over death.
    • the Earth and had gained the victory over death.
    • victory over Ahriman inasmuch as they have made his forces useful
    • mentioning that Overbeck, a theologian living in Basle, has
    • which, if he makes it his own, he can overcome the forces of
    • was overcome.
    • the worlds of the Gods there was no death. Moreover for human
    • strength to wait for Christ Who was the victor over death.
    • death. We should have passed over into an age when all knowledge
    • Roman Governor, Pontius Pilate, influenced instinctively as he
    • Christianity. In these days where there is so much controversy
    • over, but studied with due realisation of their significance. In
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    • wolf's case. We discover the difference between lamb and wolf because
    • material substance is concerned, for this has passed over from the
    • intellectualism approached, the Nominalists discovered that they were
    • Afterwards I discover a certain likeness between them. I follow this
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    • long ago in the East and which is now threatening to break out over
    • the learned people disputed over many things — for example,
    • be connected with a furniture-van which had overturned. This
    • At midnight the boy was discovered under the van — dead.
    • capsized on top of him, if we consider moreover that on the way home
    • and although they had seen the van toppling over, no one had seen the
    • of his soul, we discover a significant fact which moves us deeply,
    • kind of government for us.” This, tale, born out of feeling and
    • the Russians, not that hypocritical community which now governs it,
    • strive to discover something which may kindle for mankind the light
    • will once more reign over the earthly spheres.
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    • trying to discover, upon a natural-scientific basis, ideas which are
    • times a wisdom extended over the earth, which was far nearer to
    • read the rules governing that which they were to do upon the
    • complete whole if the laws discovered in it are at the same time
    • accept a spiritual world-conception. An infallible way of overcoming
    • part frankly honest and their errors will be overcome. They will only
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    • overthrow. All the distressing phenomena we have hitherto
    • astray and were wandering over the face of the green earth
    • over such signs of decline in our civilisation, my dear
    • to-day shut oneself up in one's study, and ponder over which
    • unless people all over the earth come together and set to
    • Let this altruism be once taken over by the other groups of
    • back over a wide spread range of civilisations in the East,
    • it working as though Justice were sitting over there beyond,
    • the need for the common co-operation of men all over the
    • various members of the body human distributed over the globe
    • reality. We have had over and over again, as you know,
    • even laid hold for a time of Central Europe. And over and
    • over again as the years went on, one had to point out the
    • universe, Goethe discovered metamorphosis, the
    • the Indian spirit that Blavatsky had brought over to England,
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    • over humanity have taken place, derive their sources again
    • does indeed ray out over the ages — the
    • saw the face, highly distasteful to him, and then discovered
    • pedant, I said to myself, and presently discovered that I had
    • schoolmaster. Not until afterwards did he discover that it
    • man — to the system of his physical body. Look out over
    • the only document he has brought over from the spiritual
    • Moreover, it is characteristic how Brunetto Latini's
    • consciousness over against quite another world than that
    • interesting. Raying out over him her forces, as it were, she
    • Intelligence or Reason that permeates the world. Moreover,
    • newly awakened, newly discovered power of clairvoyance, to
    • victory of Constantine, son of Constantius Chlorus, over
    • over against the advancing army of Constantine. Moreover, he
    • greatest. Then it is that illumination comes over the soul
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    • limb-organisation, extending it — naturally to cover
    • and more than from that of the new Moon. Moreover in its
    • movement and activity remaining over from the old Moon and
    • his mother. And from that time the Moon takes over the
    • the human head, the remaining two-twelfths being left over
    • move your legs in walking you have always to overcome the
    • directly on the Earth, for over this the Earth has no power.
    • giving him over to death.
    • chaos he must consciously re-discover his connection with the
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    • series were given at places all over Europe. The title of this
    • external world; but when the fields were still covered with
    • over this, when we reflect that the hearts and minds of
    • peoples over wide areas were completely given up to such a
    • Impulse. To these peoples living all over Europe it was only
    • the Christ Impulse, man can overcome the forces that led him
    • memory over our life as it takes its course between birth and
    • the Ego is nevertheless present and may hover before us as an
    • simplest people all over Europe when they contemplated the
    • to discover what vestiges of these old Plays still survived
    • Christmas days were over, the actors taking. the parts of the
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    • endeavour of the ancient Indian to rediscover his connection with the
    • myself have drawn a veil of illusion over the world.” The
    • therefore he must overcome the world, but the Christian feels
    • to enter into blessedness. Rather must he overcome the forces which
    • to overcome sorrow, sickness and death by my own efforts.” The
    • overcoming the thirst for existence. The Christian seeks liberation
    • must be overcome. He must leave this world!” But the Christian
    • world can be overcome by what Christ fulfils in me.”
    • Eternal. This has hitherto eluded me because I have covered myself
    • before the overwhelming mass of scientific facts. True, this world of
    • covering is now nothing but an empty shell and has no significance
    • when earthly existence has been conquered and I have overcome all
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    • nineteenth century has been overcome, but this statement does not
    • overcome by a few people here and there. These people realise that
    • materialism has been overcome, for it is equally true that when it is
    • overcome, is to-day in its prime? The essence of this materialism is
    • possible to overcome elements which, on account of the materialistic
    • five fingers and cover the rest of him up, so in Spiritual Science we
    • community. And, moreover, this healthy influence will make itself
    • Spirit acts in a normal heart, is also able to discover in the
    • simply carrying over their ordinary mode of thought to what they find
    • organism. Spiritual Science teaches, moreover, that one cannot get to
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    • vowel only is carried over there. The sound as such in its spiritual
    • of all artists, Orpheus, that his command over the soul was such that
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    • Now over and above what is
    • corpse he had discovered the truth of suffering as a last
    • service over the grave in the sure conviction that death is conquered
    • over history. The riddle of the third epoch in which we have been
    • when men looked through the telescope and spectroscope and discovered
    • of facts and discoveries of knowledge, but an impulse to an
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    • quivered, and so he discovered electricity! How long ago was that?
    • unable to discover a reality in the world of moral impulses, we are,
    • on the other hand, even less able to discover a moral essence in that
    • IMMORAL; they are instincts of evil, which must be overcome by the
    • unconsciousness over a fact, or whether I grasp it consciously.
    • Ahriman and Lucifer have the greatest power over us if we do not know
    • The ahrimanic electricity can therefore overwhelm civilized man only
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    • Clemens — that clearly, over the course of time, the Christ
    • Then there were numerous other Aeons besides. Moreover, the Gnostics
    • the right way. We can cast our glance over the earth that was known
    • was, moreover, celebrated in Latin. But there was no real
    • The human physical body enters this earth; it is given over to the
    • be able to find the paths; they are able to discover that, in
    • worldview finds it difficult even to rediscover the right
    • practical and related to overcoming the hostile world powers and
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    • will of man follows his movements everywhere. Moreover, the
    • is spread out over his whole body. He will then speak of Feeling as
    • something reaches over in us from the left, to cross with what is
    • view no relationship can be discovered between them. For it goes
    • the one. Thus we still do not go right out of space. We pass over
    • and bodily. It is meaningless, for if we wish to discover the
    • Then we arrive at the point, and then only do we pass over to the Ego.
    • third dimension vanishes. Moreover, through the fifth dimension the
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    • surface-layer, too, we discover very manifold variations when we
    • covers the ground must originally have been dissolved in water or
    • covered by such alluvial deposits and we must conceive that in the
    • formed. Over one layer which originated in that way we have to
    • imagine another covering it which, on examination, proves to be
    • deposits from earlier and ever earlier times, successively overlaid
    • younger strata have overlaid the older ones so conveniently
    • over the whole face of the earth; on the contrary, there is clear
    • sets of layers having become intermingled, overlaid, upturned,
    • to determine how one layer has been deposited over the subjacent
    • Moreover,
    • earth's crust, overlaid again and again by others; we come to the
    • covering the lowest stratum of the rock-material. Then we must
    • conditions. In the next layer, which is again younger, we discover
    • Moreover, geology compels us to presume that all these happenings
    • having pushed through the overlaid layers, then protrude over the
    • was overlaid by the younger, fossiliferous layers through other
    • surface, possessed of a basic layer, and we observe how over this
    • over a wide landscape, I can say
    • you do in those fruitful, beautiful valleys, over a perpetual grave;
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  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • forces which live absolutely and complete in the physical covering
    • of the will, which can then be carried over beyond death into the
    • Lucifer. When we think over that which we have perceived:
    • Imagination. When man passes over from the sleeping condition
    • and discovering the laws upon which they are based. These facts
    • overstep the mark if we do not oppose them with a force which will
    • over to Ahriman, and made a mix-up of the two, the
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    • over and over again, how easily in our day the longing may encroach
    • have worked with us may have already discovered that precisely in
    • Unveiled, indeed she took over all the faults of Rosicrucianism.
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    • taken place, by which we can discover how things once were. Now it is
    • only it is covered over and made invisible by what to-day surrounds
    • and at the same time he must be able to overcome this fear by inner
    • existence and the overcoming of this fear it is impossible to have
    • anything like the dread of the infinite emptiness or the overcoming
    • retain it in any place and wants to give way to forces over which he
    • not to be overcome.
    • discoverable. If we revert to the simile of swimming, we may say it
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    • over from Saturn. Thus on ancient Sun there was the possibility of
    • what came over from ancient Saturn; the sacrificial acts of the
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    • will allow life to flow over us, not longing for this or that, but
    • that thought will pass over to the pupil. It all depends on the
    • carried over from ancient Sun, and as we think of everything else in
    • He gave over that whole line of evolution to the earth. Thus in the
    • by His Apostles, He who on the earth overcomes death and thus proves
    • existence and gained the victory over Time, that is they became
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    • discover to some extent the spiritual behind the phenomena of the
    • in those Beings who continued to evolve from the Sun and to pass over
    • layer exists over this hidden Soul-life in the depths. Who could fail
    • put another layer of existence over it, and as far as everyday life
    • which governs every Soul and occasionally emerges in, its original
    • somewhat of this nature. What we may discover in the depths of our
    • over into the other Beings. We might, by way of example suggest, that
    • The torment of longing can often be overcome by changing the
    • overcome one-sidedness of longing by means of variety, by change and
    • consciousness, for that has stretched over to the earth-stage of our
    • really have an explanation of what has been spiritually brought over
    • that lonely grave which for a century has closed over his remains.
    • a particularly great man, for he whines and whimpers over everything
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    • is, as we learn through occult research, a real overcoming of death,
    • a real victory over death. For every other being death is only
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    • full consideration to the events now raging all over the
    • almost routine answer I gave to questions asked over and over
    • discover to their horror that the population can also
    • things said in our anthroposophical lectures over the years,
    • the events which will be taking shape in Eastern Europe over
    • thoughts. For as long as people watch over their conscious
    • the modern structures which have developed over four or five
    • millimetre layer of ice covering the water. The things people
    • papered-over chaos would be no better than the carnage we
    • to the larder and all over the house to find more things to
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 2: Humanity's Struggle for Morality
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    • difficult for people to discover this for themselves when
    • over such a long time. Yet, on the other hand, the process I
    • where deeper knowledge of the laws of nature also discovers
    • the laws that govern human social life.
    • another area where we can only discover the truth if we look
    • a spade — a Woodrow Wilson. Andreae wanted to discover
    • poverty perhaps and not given an education that puts much
    • impulses should have taken over in the twenty-seventh
    • People like to skip over them today because they are not
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    • less entirely realistic. One makes the strangest discoveries
    • discover their true reasons. This can sometimes be more of an
    • and how it has been necessary over and over again to say the
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 4: The Elemental Spirits of Birth and Death
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    • the mysteries which human beings have to discover today. And
    • gods, to govern the growth and general physiognomy of human
    • led to serious mischief in the Atlantean age, so that over
    • exactly what modern humanity will have to discover. Insight
    • new forms over and over again. This is what really
    • the pendulum governs all such human efforts. Nothing is more
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 5: Changes in Humanity's Spiritual Make-up
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    • thing as genius, demonstrating over and over again that a
    • they do not discover what they really are.
    • body, so that to some extent we are hovering above it.
    • forces to discover the laws according to which men and women
    • us into chaos over and over again. All this must be known,
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 6: The New Spirituality
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    • overcoming the luciferic element, and only reaches the head
    • however, be necessary for people to overcome the unease and
    • do now. It is possible to study this, but we must overcome
    • overcome, which calls for the clear insights of which I have
    • such a way, however, that you will be able to turn it over in
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 7: Working from Spiritual Reality
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    • go over it all in your mind again, it does seems as if a
    • reality. Over and over again it would have to be subject to
    • of fire even then; they did not enjoy walking over red hot
    • the spirit, one has to overcome much the same reluctance as
    • had to be overcome when people went through fire. That is the
    • realize that dead truths cannot govern life, only living
    • hold a government office. What would our attitude be then? It
    • and, where reality demands this, to pour ourselves out over
    • governed by just one impulse — that the world ought to
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    • incontrovertible, as free from contradictions as we can make
    • form of thinking like a net over everything in order to
    • unrealistic thinking which has developed over the last three
    • is their poverty. People like to take things easy today
    • discoveries have been made in recent times about physical
    • tossed about over and over again. They are often quite
    • rehashed over and over again. People have built in the
    • incontrovertible ideas will not do if we want to take hold of
    • earth, that is human events all over the earth, to an
    • over the globe to an organism — these thirteen people
    • wrong conclusions were drawn must be thrown overboard and we
    • as it has been all over the world, is contradiction come to
    • written on the cover.
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    • victory over certain ahrimanic powers.
    • crowd of ahrimanic spirits seek over and over again to bring
    • something into world evolution, but they are always overcome.
    • mentioned, these battles have recurred over and over again,
    • earth at a time when the dragon had been overcome. In the
    • Michael over the dragon. We are therefore also able to say
    • overcome. The people who do not turn away from the ahrimanic,
    • similar victories won over the dragon by Michael. They
    • change, and calculate how much these human organs change over
    • out how much these organs change over a period of centuries.
    • overlooked today, but very often is. It is the belief that
    • development to say over and over again that there is need to
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    • abstractions over and over again and to say something as
    • being discovered. These laws do not relate to what is in
    • believe it is possible to discover anything about the future
    • everything is governed by a law of causality; we've certainly
    • overcome just as myth has been overcome. Do you think people
    • started that it would be over in four months — I
    • human intellect is to be taken over more and more by such
    • the place where the terror of darkness radiates out over the
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    • is unable to discover.
    • associations today and proclaim over and over again
    • impoverishment of concepts and ideas have led to the
    • know no better than to wallow in a few impoverished notions,
    • be overcome, when people live with notions that have little
    • the ‘improved something’ takes precedence over
    • essay like this, and nowhere does its poverty of spirit prove
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    • sphere of the good spirits of light, was handed over to the
    • behind, wanting to lag behind, wanting over and over again to
    • to share in the phraseologies in common use all over the
    • which is dying down — everything you can discover about
    • make a synthesis of all the laws discovered in the past. To
    • over the world people may then assume the physical
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    • fighting the dragon. Michael won one such victory over the
    • darkness wanted to gain control over this. They wanted to
    • won over the dragon in the autumn of 1879, this could not
    • here on earth of the battle over reproduction, over the way
    • to gain the victory over Michael's adherents in 1879,
    • governed by influences coming from the other world. It is
    • over themselves with their cleverness. The spiritual truths
    • some extent gone over this again today. A study of
    • realms since 1879, to spin a web of illusion over human
    • after Michael's victory over the dragon — his
    • speak about Part 2 exactly when the victory had been won over
    • to discover their deeper meaning in Part 2 of
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    • things. How did America come to be rediscovered in such a
    • materialistic terms if you say: America was discovered and
    • complex nature of these things, which can only be discovered
    • self-awareness, it is to be handed over to the blood in
    • then easily gain power over what that they cannot achieve if
    • interesting statement that it was not how Darwin overcame
    • but the fact that he did overcome it. In other words, in
    • it blocks all possibility of a real overview. Countless
    • that people overlook the driver. They speak of cause and
    • that the spirits of darkness have power mainly over the
    • indeed. It can only be discovered if we carry out genuinely
    • with understanding by discovering what goes on behind the
    • through human evolution, is just slightly over a hundred
    • doubt have heard that certain people are over and over again
    • that the events which reign with such blood and terror over
    • European and American Press to lull them to sleep over the
    • nations only exists to cast a veil over the true reasons. For
    • over human brains today. Here again, we must resolve to look
    • should be raised all over the world today, for they would
    • specific individuals — who, he says, govern and exploit
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    • to his overall moral view of himself, man felt that he was sinful and
    • passes over then into the modern scientific view of the world, the
    • one knows, with what difficulty — sometimes over decades
    • we have with the physical world must lead us over into the spiritual
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    • legeme. Der skred et vesen hen over denne vår jord, om
    • hengivelse overfor det, som er foregått for
    • vår bevissthet. - Tenk bare over om det ikke er slik? Vi
    • foredrag, fordi de er av så overordentlig stor betydning.
    • Måneoverflaten og gikk i horisontal retning. I den gamle
    • inn fra kosmos, fra det overjordiske. Lucifer og Ahriman ville
    • åndelige høyder. I den nærmeste, overjordiske
    • jord-menneskeform som den eteriske overjordiske Kristuskraft er
    • kulturløse lyd, hvis mennesket helt var blitt overlatt til
    • gjennem åndsvidenskapen, når vi overfor et lite barn
    • overjordiske krefter fra den lemuriske tid. Når det gjaldt
    • forståelse, men vil utgyde seg over hele
    • Golgatamysteriet har virket i det overjordiske, hvordan han har
    • tydelig ha overblikk over det historiske som det nu kan huske
    • indre kunne overskue menneskehetens jordiske utvikling på
    • erindring, så ser vi overalt Kristus-impulsens levende
    • som vi står overfor i verden og i vårt eget liv.
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    • considering man's inner life. There they would discover that the
    • hand thinking has been fettered, because darkness has been thrown over
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    • significance of such a passage is generally overlooked. What does it
    • sleep the more do our physical and etheric bodies pass over into a
    • the striking discovery will be made that these movements of the
    • in the Cosmos. It will eventually be possible to discover how individual
    • of which will enable the soul gradually to discover in itself and in
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    • that wherever we gaze and are able to discover the spirit, there this
    • and wonderful discoveries in the realm of material
    • the great botanist, Schleiden, discovered the plant cell. He was the
    • discovery had a powerful influence on all thinking and feeling in
    • the human spirit had penetrated by the discoveries of the nineteenth
    • discoverer of the plant cell became the greatest and most vehement
    • epoch-making discovery for botany but who did away, in a
    • to consider the world of plants, this wonderful covering of the
    • not consider the earth without the plant covering that belongs to
    • realm without also adding the plant covering, we are looking only at
    • natural science — covered large portions of the earth's
    • out and float over him like a cloud formation; rather this whole
    • over the whole planetary world around us. As incredible as it may
    • out in a unified way over the astral realm. The investigators who
    • sleeping that it can be taken directly over into spiritual science,
    • pass over into the active, the living, summer condition.
    • spring the sun organism creates for itself the plant covering in
    • plant covering. The plants cannot directly be considered the thoughts
    • only what it needs in order, through memory, to carry over the
    • the earth. Thus what we have to see behind the plant covering are the
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    • against the things Dupuis discovered with such genius when he
    • Over against
    • they held their hands over these sciences, and were only
    • only in a certain sense — as regards the teachings over
    • facts which has been so gloriously discovered in our
    • discovered gunpowder as a result of their external science,
    • I mean, over against the higher spiritual Powers) to keep
    • or 15, over and above the forces he possessed in earlier
    • as he himself was there. Moreover, they were such as could
    • knowledge of physical secrets, Moreover, not only had they to
    • use of machines; moreover, he applies a certain mechanical
    • mechanically, the whole world over. Once more, I am not
    • enabled to communicate with the dead, then they discovered
    • impulses, has also the impulse to overcome every separate and
    • divided groups over the Earth, even through the creator of
    • Gods had to overcome those other forces, likewise the Power
    • of the Logos has to overcome the special, separating forces
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    • reach with his ordinary, every-day intellect. Moreover, until
    • over far wider domains than is possible under the influence
    • own inner nature, and moreover, out of a comparatively lower
    • almost overcome with pity for poor mankind, when men are
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    • Mystery which afterwards passed over into the secret of
    • materialistic epoch. They knew, moreover, that the Mystery of
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    • self-observation anyone can discover that when he ascends to the
    • true that in this case the physical body is given over to the
    • form of old presentiments handed over traditionally in the
    • We now discover
    • animal kingdom on the other; we discover the whole significance
    • description of the development of the world, will discover that
    • handed over to the elements, but the human being himself passes
    • over into a spiritual world. This is how we envisage the end of
    • longer exists; it will pass over into a new world development,
    • even as the human being passes over into a new world development
    • over to new planetary phases of world development.
    • over into the spiritual worlds. People will feel: If certainty
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    • Nineteenth Century has learned to reflect over the fact as to how
    • religious conception of the world. He will discover more and more
    • and bent the upper part of his body over his crossed legs, he
    • just as exact, but in another sphere. He gradually discovers
    • and in ordinary science. He gradually discovers that in the small
    • is to say, upon the Christ who overcomes death.
    • however, discover in it a moral order of the world, for Nature
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    • Moreover, it
    • who worked very hard to discover how to penetrate into the
    • is really able to overcome space and time (mediums always possess
    • we constantly change over from the condition of waking to that of
    • the will only acquires a certain value when it passes over to
    • discovered by those who investigate these matters conscientiously
    • indicates that in certain organs he discovers an inner state of
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    • into a development of the Oriental civilization stretching over
    • Greece life consisted in a childlike joy over the nature of
    • can lead us over into a Christmas which is in keeping with the
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    • studies we know that we discover certain senses only when we
    • person, but in the discovery of stolen strawberries, or other
    • earth and that the living essence must be discovered and lifted
    • We discover this
    • physics discovered since Goethe's time in the field of
    • over things which one already knows, even without Anthroposophy.
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    • order that he might discover freedom in this world of semblance.
    • rediscover the meaning of history in some other way. The world of
    • death, he is overcome by lack of freedom, by the necessity of
    • fully, just because it discovered, as it were, subsequently, all
    • cosmology. In the theosophical literature you will discover
    • significant that Nietzsche's friend, Overbeck, the truly
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    • this was thought of as being spread over the whole universe; it
    • must discover the world's living essence through his own power,
    • We shall then discover what a great change took place in all the
    • B.C. — we shall discover the great change which
    • were, a covering sheath for this divine light that continues to
    • which is, however, still unable to discover man's connection with
    • Anthroposophy to rediscover man's connection with his own self
    • the human soul with warmth, he passed over to the pale thought of
    • darkness, can receive the Cosmic Light, after having overcome, as
    • passed over from the Father to the Son. And then the following
    • would soon discover ways and means of ousting the foe. Observe
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    • over a special task in cosmic life, in the whole evolution of the
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    • We recall how, in the whole earth, over which war, suffering and
    • He may teach us all over the earth really to experience in the truest
    • which proceeded the bodily covering of Christ Jesus. And it so came
    • Jesus has poured out over the Earth and into the Earth's aura what He
    • other places. But what Schröer then discovered of the customs
    • it that thus overcame the feelings, the soul of man? It was the sight
    • has connected itself with Earth-man, so that man gives over to the
    • discovered by us in the world phenomena. For this, however, there
    • governs a man during his whole Earth- life? It is related to that to
    • Christ — and to which we look up as to something over which the
    • already hovers.
    • conscious of this when we give over the imprint of our higher man,
    • give themselves over to feelings of happiness, or when they must feel
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    • Jesus. We think of how, all over the earth, where there is war and
    • teaches us all over the earth really to feel in the truest sense of
    • later times and was a custom in certain Christian regions over many
    • tree passes over to the generations to which Abraham also belongs, to
    • Jesus poured out over the earth what He could bring to the earth, He
    • especially clearly how overwhelmingly the Christmas thought was
    • out over a reception that initially could not have been called
    • itself with earthly man. He gives over to the earth the wood out of
    • overshadowed by the Christ, who went through the Mystery of
    • humanity, that presiding over humanity's future a great holy night
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    • individuality has to manifest over and over again in a single
    • Earth is at present but little understood, and, moreover, it is
    • possibilities which it offers have to be assimilated over and over
    • all, but over and over again with the living stream of evolution.
    • turn our attention to Zarathustra, we must look back over an
    • and more deeply into his inner being and there discovered the
    • think he has discovered a great truth here, but it leads to nothing
    • discover that all phenomena are part of
    • is not far distant when even external science will discover that
    • To-day, the anatomist has discovered the existence of twelve pairs of
    • necessary contrast. This implies that one Primal Power was set over
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    • spread over cosmic space. This physical body is a combination of
    • but were formerly spread over cosmic space — so the
    • spread over the spiritual universe as the Osiris-power that permeates
    • the higher power in man, spread over cosmic space, is overcome by
    • over all that man has to experience on Earth. And in Hermes, or
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    • body it spins threads out of which it forms a hard covering. Gradually
    • the caterpillar completely disappears into this covering, and
    • this over there is something that must be clear in your minds. You are
    • over the whole world of Nature, it would be light. It is only my body
    • moreover have been true had he been too immature to behold spiritual
    • when he seeks to discover these things. Instead, he starts by going to
    • this way? He discovers everything already present in the egg only in
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    • over from the life before birth, and of the quality in the human soul
    • over from the life before birth, and of the quality in the human soul
    • physical earth weaken; over there the forces weaken which hold us in
    • have a growing feeling that faintness may overcome us in the spiritual
    • such things are easily misunderstood. Over and over again one hears that
    • beings of the higher worlds and we recover it as a seed during earthly
    • between death and a new birth gives us the faculty of memory. Over there
    • we go through the gate of death we look back over our past life on
    • can be discovered by a close observation of human nature. One may say:
    • we have the after-effect, then we are ourselves. Over there they express
    • dear friends, the fact is that when we pass over from the spiritual
    • the right way, it gradually passes over into the religious. Art,
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    • today is made to cover a great deal. I refer to the expression: the
    • ordinary consciousness. For ordinary consciousness darkness spreads over
    • the sensation of hovering over an abyss.
    • hovering over the abyss or as a swimming in a universal world-substance,
    • anxiety of this stage of sleep has to be somehow met and overcome. In
    • himself something left over from a pre-earthly existence.
    • over to him from his ancestors. In a similar way the men of an older
    • things come together and unite — the power remaining over from the
    • Inspired Knowledge can then discover how when we are tired in the
    • transition stage that leads over to another consciousness, which will
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    • discovered “incontestable proofs” thereof. Since
    • soul-activity. One may admit over and over again that the person
    • comes along and out of a fact accessible to every one discovers
    • right, they had yet led to discoveries which would not have been
    • is governed by necessary immutable laws, and such events as the
    • bridged over.”
    • more and more facts and laws will be discovered and the
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    • remains behind of life passes over gradually into lifeless
    • what is characteristic, what is brought over from parents and
    • covering, with enrichment and higher development of the
    • over into our external covering. For we do not build our
    • covering of what we learn in one life — or at most only
    • organism, a future bodily covering, which will carry within
    • always asked, over and over again: “What help is it,
    • questions of the soul and spirit life as freely as over the
    • observation of the soul of a child we discover that
    • ourselves cover over, as it were. If we begin to grasp it we
    • which the Ego does not cover up and, as a fruit of that, I
    • especially to overcome fear and anxiety as regards coming
    • should learn to think over what, through the force of logical
    • present life without our knowledge, what we have brought over
    • over from life into the Spiritual worlds through death and
    • characteristics of life which are carried over into a new
    • And overcomes in ever new life
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    • discovers the etheric body, which gives life to the physical
    • Beings must take over the work of man. From other worlds,
    • given over to death, did not another Ego work upon it, while
    • over the work upon the blood. If we observe the human blood,
    • within it, you would discover Beings embodied, such as we
    • autumn, to see how great waves of well-being streamed over the
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • nucleus of this truth must be present and discoverable in all
    • formed today do not cease to be when death passes over
    • way, what is already discovered ...” that is, study it in a
    • Of bygone ages hover, and assuage
    • realize it in his anger poured out over those who have called
    • with the spiritual man who hopes to discover the spirit where
    • overcome all that savours of selfishness and self-will,
    • perceive if we penetrate that which covers it like a veil.
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    • from this Christmas night something may overflow into all our
    • exposed over against the Christian Justina. And even though
    • can feel this higher nature of Love over against Power and
    • as of an ideal; but over against them stand Ahriman. We can
    • speak of ‘all-wisdom’ as of an ideal; but over against it
    • feeling that can come over us when we feel why it is that we
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    • retrospective glance over the centuries immediately preceding
    • over the entire body. “This”, said they,
    • great laws of mechanics, had discovered the laws which govern
    • govern the operation and, distribution of space which strike
    • overwhelms all who see this wonderful building. Laurenz
    • discovered the laws of Mechanics, was born when Michelangelo,
    • knowledge governed by reason, may come much later than the
    • a discovery had been made in Holland, by means of which it
    • had been discovered in Holland of the nature of a telescope.
    • he made the great discoveries which confirmed the theories
    • Copernicus made no new astronomical discoveries. Be said to
    • the Sun with his planets. This discovery confirmed the
    • itself heard by men. Great discoveries revealed themselves
    • Spirit of the age, all its delight in the discovery of the
    • of Goethe's genius. He not only discovered traces of the
    • the covering tissue, but that the brain itself had been moved
    • was a wonderful moment im my life when I discovered that, in
    • discovered the laws of balance, which are of such vast
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    • life-work, will discover many a thing of the most extreme
    • which overstepped certain limits could only end in chaos. We
    • proverbial that there can be no doctor universalis
    • that great and wonderful discoveries have been made in all
    • applied to these discoveries up to the present day at all
    • was a progressive step; but the later discoveries in the
    • found themselves obliged to throw overboard all theories,
    • by a one-sided view are repeated over and over again. What I
    • discovered. Important results were also arrived at when this
    • the discoveries to which it has led up till the present time,
    • and twentieth centuries bear incontrovertible testimony to
    • discoveries. In the books of a certain naturalist they would
    • research. They cast a veil over the real nature of the facts.
    • To recognise governing ideas in history, therefore, apart
    • veil over the real Goethe than to make us acquainted with
    • living theosophy. As the rivers can only flow over
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    • to be overcome in the soul of the spiritual investigator, but
    • of herself. Self education must proceed to overcome this
    • discover, in all these declarations, truths of the cosmos and
    • understanding is overpowered and ruined. Whereas the insight
    • is necessary that the listeners carefully hold watch over
    • error in the discovery and spreading of spiritual truths
    • other scientific discoveries in human evolution.
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    • what it is, albeit these ‘un-fittest’ are overwhelmed
    • discover in human nature what it is that really works in Karmic
    • I want to discover this or that. Therefore I turn to this or
    • Moreover this school of science (‘science,’ I say,
    • Moreover, the theologians among the Psycho-analysts especially,
    • Science. Consequently they will not discover how
    • lives on Earth. Then perhaps we shall discover that there are
    • planes of evolution of the Earth itself, and is, moreover,
    • over the teacher's foolish exhortations. The lake says, ‘It is
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    • through the poverty of his family he had to be educated in the
    • post-Atlantean age. Moreover, people are too little inclined to
    • (we find this in the appendix to the novel) we discover the
    • recent discoveries. Max Eyth, however, finds that the
    • when the first train goes over, the bridge collapses and he is
    • the other hand it may extend over long spaces of time. Thus
    • looked for in former epochs. Moreover, it is often just the
    • discover these significant complications of life. In a certain
    • over there. In short, social Karma too is brought home to us if
    • was making the report, the Government policy had changed and
    • town. He too must be won over. And he always wrote the most
    • him over in a rather limp condition. From that day onward, the
    • One night after the case is over (which in the general opinion he
    • will discover by Imagination those points in life which you
    • already told you how there have remained over, from very
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    • earthly lives of man — the carrying-over of human
    • Bourgeois and Pilgrim — stand over
    • strength to overcome this Bourgeoisie, — Europe despite
    • easily be overcome. But he still sees no hopeful outlook, for
    • might discover something of the real character of life in our
    • might discover something in the true and real sense; such
    • temperament, she constantly boiled over and eluded them,
    • moreover, there was a certain necessity for a kind of
    • that brotherhood. And they will recognise moreover,
    • especially over the bread-and-butter. But the lectures (and she
    • moreover, out of a deep knowledge of the Chinese culture.
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    • relationships over long epochs of time. The Angels on the
    • one Archangel or another, overlooking the real co-operation of
    • that we expand our heart and soul over all earthly evolution,
    • nay, over all cosmic evolution, thus gaining a relation,
    • great power over other men was given to a human being. This
    • — for one then wielded an unrighteous power over him
    • things in our life are governed by it? You need only think of
    • instead; and in a strange way he discovered it. In the time in
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    • origin of that which differentiates them so widely over the
    • Endeavour to discover for yourself that these thoughts are such
    • discover for yourself that, with these thoughts, not merely
    • especially into the soul, overcoming sickness, making the
    • — to find in the spirit itself the power to overcome
    • self-seeking: to overcome self-seeking through love, the mere
    • overtaken you if you had not possessed the thoughts? Could you
    • Moreover, Christ has declared: “I am with you always even
    • modern age. Weakness will overcome us if we have no faith in
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    • are scattered all over the earth and there is no connecting
    • thirdly, the gift of the victory of life over death, in the
    • discover everything that has been secreted into this poem
    • impossible for us to carry over from one incarnation to
    • the other Brotherhood to which he has been sent. Over the gate
    • “Die and be re-born” — overcome what you have first been
    • perfection. If you overcome what is given you in the three
    • representatives of different human races from all over the
    • to say he overcomes the lower astral nature. The viper is the
    • But he who overcomes himself has gained
    • This man who had overcome himself, that is, who had
    • overcome that ego which is man's portion at first, has
    • overcome by this sign of the Rose-Cross, portrayed in a
    • first to be overcome. In the passions, in those forces of
    • the lower senses. The first impulse to fight and overcome it
    • nature expressed by the fiery dragon is overcome; and what has
    • what must be overcome by the Rose-Cross, and it is the
    • Here battered weapons are to be discovered,
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    • rediscover the quintessence of the folk and achieve a harmonious
    • that is non-controversial — what do we understand today by the
    • will pass over into the sixth cultural epoch. We also realize that
    • for every epoch we can discover the Spirit of the Age, which is
    • contemplation of their attributes might well overwhelm us. They are
    • work in such a way that they take over from one another and mutually
    • over.
    • one such Spirit of the Age, and at the end of the epoch he hands over
    • to his successor, who, in his turn, hands over to his successor, and
    • development. Then the original Spirit takes over again, so that in a
    • evolution, he takes over again and infuses intuitively into mankind
    • people, something over which, as an individual, he has no control. As
    • responsible for disseminating the Spirit of the Age over the whole
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    • there extends over every region of the Earth a peculiar spiritual
    • kind of etheric aura hovers above every region of the Earth's
    • quality. The etheric auras that can be perceived over the various
    • fundamental tone or quality which persists over long periods of time.
    • extending over the various countries change in the course of human
    • strange feature is that the etheric aura over a certain region
    • free agents, they are compelled at certain times to wander over the
    • the etheric aura that extends over a country? What is the function of
    • telescope, so that the inventor of the telescope, having discovered
    • of the lamp, Galileo discovered the law of the pendulum and how,
    • discoveries. I could quote innumerable cases of the coincidence of
    • follow the evolution of humanity in recent times and to discover that
    • from the predominance of the normal Archangel over the abnormal
    • language, the spontaneous overflow of a pure, uncorrupted
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    • you will never discover from external experience alone that the sum
    • growth of materialism. If man could have a clear view over the realm
    • is something which hovers above the individual members. Man's
    • territory; over this people extends the etheric aura of the people
    • Being, two stages higher than man in evolution, hovering over the
    • directives, when he is compelled, so to speak, to take over some of
    • upper hand over the influence of the Archangel. A case in point
    • mission overseas. The entire mission of the Dutch people was in the
    • of the Age over the Archangel. If you analyse the events individually
    • then, in that initial enthusiasm which overtakes the individual
    • over the whole Earth. We find that, by virtue of the normal Spirits
    • differentiating mankind the whole world over into races. When we look
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    • seven-year period covers the years between fifteen and twenty-one.
    • carried over to some extent into his later life because man is
    • we now cross over to Asia, we find a point or centre where the
    • [This last sentence causes a lot of controversy
    • gradually being overcome. The first steps in this direction were
    • forces of youth, but is given over to the hardening forces of old
    • impoverishment is illustrated in what I have already described,
    • significance when man rediscovers his spiritual vision. Thus you will
    • work in concert over the whole Earth, how, by this cooperative
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    • us suppose a person is traveling on foot over the bare, rugged
    • from the South which divided and spilled over the Bohemian Plateau on
    • the right (to the East) and over the central plateau of France on the
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 6. The Five Root Races of Mankind.
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    • species spread over the whole Earth, but that a diversity of
    • cross over into Europe and find the Europeans who in their original
    • characteristics peculiar to the peoples spread over the Earth, an
    • were responsible for directing this distribution of peoples over the
    • you now move over to Asia you will find there likewise the planetary
    • Just as the glandular type is found distributed over Ethiopia, so in
    • itself more in that part of the nervous system covered by the term
    • evolution; the one presided over by the Spirits of Venus, the other
    • moved Westward. The Red Indian brought over to the West all that was
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    • themselves advance to a higher rank. When we look back over the
    • rank of a leading Time Spirit and took over the guidance and control
    • spread gradually over the whole Earth. Without this consummation of
    • Christianity, were still spread over a large area of Western Europe
    • products of miscegenation, other Archangels appeared who took over
    • when the various elements intermingled. Thus, over a long period of
    • post-Atlantean epoch is really governed by a Time Spirit who in a
    • Germanic tribes that district which now lies over Central Germany —
    • not actually on the Earth, but hovering above it. If you were to
    • over by the Castle of the Grail.
    • which (in certain respects) have been overshadowed by the rising
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    • certain natural clairvoyance which he had to overcome. This was
    • over the leadership of the Germanic peoples. What the other peoples
    • speech. At his Initiation Odin won power over that wisdom which lives
    • mythology. We shall discover how they are harbingers of that which
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    • he overtakes it, causes an eclipse. This agrees perfectly with the
    • Hodur nature overcame the Baldur nature. This is expressed by Loki
    • have to discover what the physical world can teach him. This
    • override that which comes from the Gods and will, in its turn, be
    • overcome. This was their vision of Ragnarok, the Twilight of the
    • he overcomes even that power by which Odin is at first overcome. In
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 10. The Mission of Individual Peoples and Cultures in the Past, Present and Future.
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    • discover how the whole spiritual life of Europe works in concert, how
    • sequence. If we wish to have an overall picture of the successive
    • government and the founding of constitutional rights. The union of
    • establishment of parliamentary forms of government at once becomes
    • preserved the old Atlantean culture and carried it over into the
    • occult, poetic feeling steals over one if one compares the Wall of
    • which had been brought over from Atlantis. The Atlantean civilization
    • Christian conception of the State which hovers as a great ideal
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    • of this subject which covers a wide field. I can only hope that it
    • over the centuries and that henceforth modern spiritual research will
    • He relates that the chariot of the Goddess Nerthus was driven over the
    • watery mists of Atlantis still covered the region. Nordic man felt
    • until the moment of waking spreads out over the Macrocosm, so too the
    • overcome by the flaming sword of Earth-born Surtur.
    • overcoming the Fenris Wolf which symbolizes the atavistic
    • clairvoyance. Vidar who has been silent until now will overcome the
    • discover in the realm of the Nordic and Germanic Archangels a source
    • indicated the Folk Spirit who rules over the Northern lands. Here
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    • for religion shed its rays over every experience which man could
    • overflowed into bold forms, and religion was one with art. Art was
    • enthusiasm for what as religion overflowed into artistic form, then
    • hovers before our minds. When some time ago we were beginning to
    • become a ‘waste land’, the great, the overwhelming need
    • the human soul and spiritual revelation. That is what hovered
    • needed all over Europe in the future. It is a most significant
    • outpoured over the fields and penetrated the activity of
    • which hovered over the scenes and imbued them with a truly religious
    • overruling consideration in our productions.
    • Moreover, dramatic
    • spirit which breathes unseen over our production as a whole, even if
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    • governed by Pluto, obtained a greater and greater influence on the
    • hold over man; he densified the human body and in doing so abducted
    • wants to make laws he looks to the government, he looks to his
    • from youth to age by leading over the forces of Eros into those of
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    • line between what we believe to be governed by natural law and what
    • is diffused over the whole universe without is also in us. The Greek
    • snow. The man of today can find no word to cover what the Greek
    • and flow of the ocean, in the storms and hurricanes which rage over
    • we cover by the term ‘ether body’, and which bring about
    • not merely a sentiment, an attitude of mind, but which passes over
    • mover behind the deed in the physical world. The will-impulses, the
    • make good the claim that the ego is the central governing power of
    • it can only be compared with the sensation which overcomes us in
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    • space. If we think of the sovereign ruler of these powers, their
    • body that transplanted into the world of space they are governed by
    • through an evolution which has enabled them to take over the
    • the Earth the totality of human souls will pass over into a spiritual
    • passes over entirely into the spiritual world, and as spirit goes
    • over with the human soul into the Jupiter existence. That is one of
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    • exercises the least possible control over men. The other
    • over the whole macrocosm, every soul is there within the great
    • universe. Moreover, when man goes through the gate of death and
    • incarnations. It would be a great mistake to overlook a single word
    • conversant with the laws governing these from the time of the Saturn,
    • Zeus forces, Persephone.’ Man had brought over this astral
    • could not discover when he looked up to the hierarchies of the upper
    • consciousness in which the human psyche drifted over the Earth, and
    • over from the Moon evolution. Even Zeus really derives from the Moon
    • enable man to overcome this egotism, concentrated solely upon his
    • certain extent be overcome, that they can be released from the body.
    • of things which really don't exist, they get as heated over
    • abstractions, over mere ideas, as other men do about real life’
    • come over from the Moon evolution, and from this union comes the man
    • during journeys which carried him all over the earth. The conceptions
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    • trying to discover inconsistencies in higher world-conceptions, and
    • contradiction and its overcoming. No one who sees things as they
    • discovered our earlier state to be in contradiction to our own inner
    • but so long as he does not utter the lie so that it passes over into
    • than this being overcome by shame.
    • everything, it is all around us ... but it is covered over
    • have been fashioned as it was when it came over from the previous
    • embodiments of our Earth, as it came over from Saturn, Sun and Moon.
    • ego should hover as an aura over the bodily form and the body should
    • he had brought over from the Moon without taking in the Earth
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    • realise this, especially when we discover that the deepest and most
    • all around us and into the laws which govern it. But something
    • physical being than he can see what is behind the mirror. Moreover he
    • which make us old we carry over with us. In the first part of the
    • Moreover, if one does this today something is necessary which seems
    • recognise him as a spirit-form governed entirely by what was most
    • discover in Greek mythology something extremely remarkable. We are
    • Silenus, the teacher of Dionysos, who was finally to hand over to man
    • abstract thinker must sometimes be overcome with astonishment when he
    • of humanity whom it sent over to Asia in the journey conducted by
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    • respect than our abstract ideas, which are too impoverished to be
    • not surrender to the feeling which overtakes you when you think how
    • being, then as a rule he discovers something in himself which he
    • course of our soul's trials we discover it, we find so much to
    • spirit. Everything again passed over into imperceptible
    • not only that the forces which had come over from Saturn, Sun and
    • gods who only hover around the Saturn, Sun and Moon evolutions. Hence
    • the divine stream which hovered over the Saturn, Sun and Moon
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    • that the finest elements of the blood are passing over all the time
    • did not walk upon the earth with his feet, he hovered as a Phantom in
    • as regards creatures covered with hair. Forces working upward from
    • discovers certain fundamental secrets in the constitution of our
    • shadow-form, designated in esotericism as Man, came over as
    • Jordan with the dove hovering over him we have in fact the expression
    • from without, from cosmic space — being moreover permeated with
    • have in the region of the head an astral covering consisting of the
    • to discover him to be something quite different. We could then either
    • ordeals are the goad which drives us upwards, and moreover that
    • with new ordeals to be overcome; to come to an end of these trials
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    • universe, will be overthrown, and it will be seen that our own time,
    • into the realities. We must seriously try to discover why this is
    • abstractions will not succeed in feeling this great impoverishment as
    • there comes over him the feeling: ‘How hopelessly cut off from
    • esoteric life a man delves into his own inner being, he is overcome
    • overweening presumption. For when we recognise that man is the goal
    • understood by those who discover them. The interpretation put upon
    • important discovery of modern science, a discovery which, rightly
    • evolution. Of course spiritual-scientific discoveries can only be
    • the discovery constituted an important advance which can be turned to
    • discovered by Broca. It is because the gods, or the Spirits of the
    • understood all such modern discoveries provide confirmation for
    • we become emptier and emptier and more impoverished, and our
    • of history to discover how the rational opinion of the future is
    • temptation to egotism and its overcoming, to infinite compassion and
    • of fear and egotism, of the overcoming of fear through fearlessness,
    • repeated over and over again, we must nevertheless say to ourselves:
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    • their consummation, although this, it is true, could only be discovered
    • again and again over the course of the ages, must have ever new experiences.
    • weary atmosphere lying over Florence, Raphael was transplanted into
    • were not. The papacy had passed over into a new “heathendom”.
    • familiar to everybody in the innumerable copies existing all over the
    • of Art in human evolution. The “Mother with the Child” hover
    • towards us on clouds which covered the Earth globe, — hover from
    • day long I had roamed over the heights of the Gotthard, through the
    • the victory of Greek culture over the Roman world! The Greek culture
    • which was emerging from ruins and debris and spreading over the Italian
    • of humanity, and this, moreover, is bound up with many mysteries, one
    • resting beneath the soil of Italy, and to their souls in the rediscovered
    • passed over from days of yore into our own time, we may well be aware
    • to his book on Raphael is remarkable, and moreover, deeply characteristic
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    • to understand how an animal obeys at a glance, could not discover such
    • I discovered that mathematical
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    • just as one speaks of a being, of a reality, of something which governs
    • has acquired through his victory over the Niebelungen, he gains special
    • that he has, moreover, forces which the ordinary Gunther has not! For
    • poem is the forging, the removal, and the later recovery of the Sampo.
    • living cooperation of all that which fundamentally governed the Finnish
    • a certain way — uniform human race distributed over the earth;
    • the present time, but which we discover as the most powerful impulses
    • over into present-day humanity as if in an inner human remembrance,
    • own soul forces which govern within him. His soul is in a certain measure
    • over into the new period something which at the same time made him quite
    • for when he is overcome, Kriemhilde remains behind; the treasure of
    • the forging, and the rediscovery of it. We see the Sampo first sunk
    • only, that over the earth the etheric body, that is the Sampo, is fashioned
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    • and much else, can one discover what the inscription on a spiritual
    • snow. In the swirling and whirling of their dance they are governed
    • the sun rises over any region of the
    • our overcoat in winter and lighter clothes in summer and taking an
    • when spring passes over the earth and
    • and dying; but he must not, as he does in summer, give himself over
    • overcoming of nature-consciousness by self-consciousness when autumn
    • gain a victory over the Ahrimanic powers, when autumn comes on. And
    • over all the earth through his coiling serpent-form, and while they
    • in shimmering clouds of radiance out of the sulphur-vapours; and over
    • see the space where Michael displays his power and his lordship over
    • Michael, who overcomes the Dragon with his sword of meteoric iron.
    • Michael and the Dragon, as it can hover before one. A renewal of the
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture II: The Christmas Imagination
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    • prevails over half the Earth, the other half is experiencing summer.
    • turn is largely covered by water, the hydrosphere. The
    • covers parts of the Earth. The sulphur process withdraws, so that
    • role which is usually overlooked. For in the course of seed-formation
    • perspective. The flea would then discover that in the bone we have to
    • beneath the snow cover which strives in one direction, one might say,
    • also to vivify the spiritualised substance and to lead it over into
    • and from there spread out over the whole organism. But directly a
    • hovered so often before painters in earlier times, especially in
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture III: The Easter Imagination
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    • Earth is given over to the cosmos, lives with the cosmos. And in
    • beings play over the Earth like an astral wind, and how the Ahrimanic
    • any other way than by trying to gain domination over the Earth
    • free from the Ahrimanic and takes no heed of it, having overcome it,
    • also how the Christ overcomes the force that seeks to draw the upper
    • which Ahriman seeks to make his own; victorious over death;
    • which comes from carrying over the Luciferic into the earthly beauty
    • the Risen Christ, with Luciferic powers hovering above and the Ahrimanic
    • into summer; and standing over against them is the healing principle
    • Easter Imagination, where over against the activities of the
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture IV: The St. John Imagination
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    • we carried this thought over to the time of Easter. In general, we
    • over the being of Nature, and a kind of Nature-consciousness arises
    • leads us over to the autumn time of Michaelmas, derive his
    • Imagination passes over into Inspiration.
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    • John's tide, Uriel hovers in the heights, weaving his body out of
    • us from a descending line, summer with us passes over into
    • winter, and then Uriel is over the other hemisphere. But the Earth
    • man is truly a microcosm over against the macrocosm.
    • how in yesterday's lecture I spoke of it all passing over from plastic
    • these forces are led over into the breathing system. And in working
    • lived at a time when twilight was falling over the knowledge of this
    • active in spring and in autumn are carried over by Raphael into the
    • December to the beginning of spring, when Gabriel hovers above as
  • Title: Fifth Gospel (1950): Lecture I
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    • Jesus and Mary before the Baptism, Jesus discovering the reverse Lord's
    • was working, these dramas make the sovereignty and activity of
    • intellectuality that came over from the East, causing the
    • centuries go by, Christianity spread over Europe, among peoples
    • the Christian impulse. When modern natural science has got over
    • thought will carry him back over the earth's history to the
    • hovering as it were over the earthly world. Darwinism, if
    • men who, coming over from the East, infiltrated the world
    • Christ Himself, working in simple men, Who sweeps over the
    • over the earth had nothing to do with men's understanding
  • Title: Fifth Gospel (1950): Lecture II
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    • Jesus and Mary before the Baptism, Jesus discovering the reverse Lord's
    • Moreover they were able to express themselves in such a way
    • fraught with holy awe. One is almost overpowered by the
    • sun was darkened over the land of Palestine, over the place of
    • when an actual, physical eclipse of the sun casts shadow over
    • wandering preachers far and wide over Greece and Italy, if one
    • because it has no understanding of the sovereign power of the
    • With the moon-knowledge, darkness crept over the higher
    • covering it was wrenched away; a fissure was rent in the earth
    • fissure to close again over the corpse. And when the people
    • greater intensity over their souls had already then set in.
    • Apostles' consciousness. Over and over again they were
    • preparation. And although I have had to overcome a certain
    • speak of having overcome reluctance, please take this exactly
    • better understand what I mean by “overcoming
    • character. And that is why it costs me great effort to discover
  • Title: Fifth Gospel (1950): Lecture III
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    • Jesus and Mary before the Baptism, Jesus discovering the reverse Lord's
    • passes over into the spiritual world proper, in order to
    • discovering what is really the most remarkable thing about it.
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    • Jesus and Mary before the Baptism, Jesus discovering the reverse Lord's
    • over, through a mystical act, into the other Jesus child
    • the Bath-Kol. At a somewhat later date, controversy broke out
    • stands over the site of one of these earlier places of worship
    • heathen rites. Later on too, he discovered still more about
    • whereby the Zarathustra-Ego had passed over into his soul,
    • spot. He discovered that many idols worshipped by the
    • perceived that many a time these demonic powers passed over
    • understand the deep and overwhelming experiences which came to
    • transformed; moreover the voice came to Jesus of Nazareth from
    • extensive fields, widely dispersed over the land. No one was
    • is possible, and moreover it is necessary to-day, to touch upon
    • him the vision of Elias. This was the second overwhelming
    • to brood upon them unduly; for they are too overwhelming. One
    • between these spiritual Beings and the Essenes. Moreover, since
  • Title: Fifth Gospel (1950): Lecture V
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    • Jesus and Mary before the Baptism, Jesus discovering the reverse Lord's
    • come over him. The first fruit of this wisdom had been
    • Moreover it is dawning upon me that the knowledge I possess
    • this had merged into the Mystery-cults scattered over Asia
    • degree when I discovered that the words in the conversation
    • worked, there would have been no spiritual means of discovering
    • says he learnt a good deal from us over here but that he was
    • around the Christ Being — and moreover the evidence, in
  • Title: Lecture: The (Four) Great Virtues
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    • which have developed over the longest period, which were prepared by
    • still accompanied by the physical organ. The skull has now covered
    • the cerebellum which remains within the hard covering of the skull;
    • won in earlier incarnations for this life, bringing over this wisdom
    • who seeks to become wise makes the effort to carry over the work
    • incarnations. The wiser we become, the more we bring over from
    • much over
    • are given over to the universe. But if we perceive a human
    • achieve control over it. That is the essential thing, that through
    • Two virtues shine out over the past incarnation: Wisdom and Justice.
    • Courage and Temperance shine out over the incarnations to come.
    • belonged to the divine world, they would cast over to Lucifer through
    • rightly extended over the whole horizon of life, and man finds his
    • by spiritual wisdom for the future of man, and will extend over
    • gulf between the physical and the spiritual can be bridged over.
    • legends tell us that over Christmas, up to 6th January, people have
    • best time for this covers thirteen days before 6th January.
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    • man's development was once actually discovered —
    • but discovered by earlier paths of knowledge.
    • titillate man's itch for power over his fellow-men. This was
    • what could be discovered in this way passed over as revelation
    • him over-sensitive towards the robust external world. He must
    • accepted were in fact discovered by a genuine way of knowledge,
    • use a muscle over and over again in continuous exertion,
    • discover for the first time that such a rhythm exists. Just as
    • of thinking itself to pass over from that into the image of
    • pass over in the thought itself to the image of man. I
    • to the horizontal orientation. We pass over in this way, by an
    • end, so that you must direct attention over and over again to
    • of suffering and pain. For if we overcome this suffering and
    • discovered within us, and what we find within us we connect
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    • unconscious awareness of it affects his soul, man is overcome
    • overtake mental experiences when man passes through the gate of
    • Psychology itself, moreover, is conscious of this powerlessness
    • varied attempts have certainly been made to overcome this
    • handed over to theology, physiology, aesthetics and social
    • discover something about what are usually called mental
    • appears to be discovered in this way about purely psychic
    • man's death, is given over to the general process of nature, so
    • over and over again. Depending on predisposition, it may take
    • Now, however, a very great deal depends on our carrying over
    • powers that alone are capable of really discovering the soul
    • great is external appearance and the laws we discover in the
    • which, here too, will discover greater and more potent laws;
    • body I explained that these exercises induce us to overcome
    • needs to be said over and over again: just as one does not need
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    • differentiated whole, a great deal has to be discovered about
    • dwell continuously over a long period on the same concepts from
    • — will discover quite empirically that the Greeks
    • allow logical thinking to flow over into a kind of artistic
    • envelope. His inner experience went over into the
    • which was carried over into the thought living in the language,
    • a kind of knowledge that flows over into the artistic sphere. I
    • today needs to discover about these things. And I should like
    • suffering which we have to overcome in order that our whole
    • overcoming pain and suffering within ourselves we do gain
    • matters we take over older traditional material. We can see
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    • there. We cannot merely take over its concepts and ideas. In
    • extended over all the earth, would be an unmixed blessing for
    • earth, and exerted its influence over other regions, it must be
    • he would discover that as a rule they are no more than
    • countless discoveries. We look at the human brain and the
    • overcome even in science; yet it has a wide following
    • suffering can be redeemed by overcoming the physical;
    • that it is overcome, not by turning away from it in asceticism,
    • and overcoming it through work, activity, and the vigour of the
    • so that even the forces of death can be overcome, and human
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    • everything that humanity has acquired over the last three
    • over in part into a state of sleep, into the subconscious. Why
    • are we able to carry over our experience into the reality of
    • first discovery we make is as follows: what the mystic is
    • we discover: when we look into our spiritual self and go back
    • in memory over much that we have experienced in life, we can
    • with the aid of memory, we discover the laid-up experiences of
    • himself gradually passing over into his heat and air
    • discover more and more about our ego and so achieve
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    • There is much talk nowadays of social needs. Looking back over
    • of very recent times alone. And when we try to discover why it
    • Looking back over man's development, we see that, in the course
    • faced by an insoluble riddle when he has to move over from the
    • discovery, into a kind of emptiness, which we experience
    • inspire in men. What we discover is that, in earlier epochs,
    • most part, about what governs society. We, mankind that is,
    • genuine psychologist will even discover something further.
    • as we must if we trace the development over the last three or
    • first is that of discovering imaginatively our own position.
    • discovered this fact. Spiritual science shows that, by
    • — were already close to the discovery, and he had only to
    • most recent discoveries, we can follow how, in anyone who
    • most urgent thing is bread.” This objection was made over
    • and over again. We can understand it. But in another sense we
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    • practice first of all; but he is always looking over his
    • on the concrete details of life, not on the overall system that
    • power over social and political structures, originally
    • over, quite arbitrarily, the general view that looked to this
    • in blood and in what could be discovered through its
    • in China, there were government authorities that fixed prices
    • hundred years ago, over a period of three decades, until the
    • Socialist government concerned was overthrown and its
    • ruled over China, and does so still; in modern Russian
    • an entirely uncivilized state. In moving over to Europe, what
    • we are sufficiently unprejudiced, we can discover a
    • or less taken over from the Ancient East; what the Greeks
    • which Christ appears as judge over all the world. His status as
    • one that is carried over into the theory of man's world
    • government and guidance.
    • Moreover, this has its effect on all the social structures of
    • and the things associated with it, yet they also take over
    • a duality developed, taking over from earlier times the
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 8: The Problem (Asia-Europe)
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    • a man, moreover, who belonged to a period for which such an
    • as creative and productive forces. It is striking, moreover,
    • discover what led Plato to this concept of community, we must
    • it over from the East. To what has been said already about this
    • as it gradually passed over into Europe, was minted by European
    • What existed in the East passed over in another form to Greece
    • overcome by fear; and that a purification or catharsis
    • is no longer overcome by fear when he has to go outside himself
    • moreover, from this extension of art into the social sphere we
    • itself in Europe, combined with Christianity, passed over into
    • historical task of carrying over what Oriental man had achieved
    • constructed over the heads of the masses, who were actually
    • or that action on the forces of recovery or decline in the
    • this sense is taken over. We are, however, also reminded
    • great battle that is being fought over the division of labour
    • Oriental had to discover man in society. We have to discover
    • that leads to the discovery of the right relationship between
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 9: Prospects of its Solution (Europe-America)
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    • institutions, but the possibility of discovering man and
    • become possible to discover man within the social order —
    • working people and been astonished to discover what it is
    • discovered there were apprehended by the human spirit;
    • but they can all be covered by the single word
    • governed by instinctive drives. These are something quite
    • you have a feeling for society, you will rejoice over
    • subsequently went over into darkness, and eventually gave
    • exerted first, before we can win men over in any other way
    • — and they must be won over — to establish
    • developed over there a distinct form of primitive
    • This view, moreover, is not an invented abstraction, but
    • physiologists in America. Over there, people explicitly discuss
    • people say: If you want to discover a man's individuality, you
    • European educators in the nineteenth century tried to discover
    • sovereign everywhere. And today we live in a period that
    • following. They need to be rediscovered by making thought
    • things that must be overthrown. The old saying remains true:
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    • over. My main concern was thus to answer the question:
    • represents a kind of sovereign remedy, enabling them to decide
    • will discover that the best institutions that can be devised
    • discovered about society from a study of the human
    • decomposition. And man owes a great deal to them. To overcome
    • discover in the social organism too. It is true that the social
    • practical thinkers. People in general, we thus discover, may
    • invention or discovery. But when you ask: How did this
    • invention or discovery come about? then you have to look into
    • the differential and integral calculus was discovered by
    • concluded that men are not competent to discover, from within
    • century, at the height of intellectualism, a battle over the
    • real foundations of law. And this also involved a battle over
    • countries were going over to the gold standard, you will be
    • always a safe guide. You gradually discover that, as far as
    • the same time, however — and this must be emphasized over
    • and over again — the social organism, whether small or
    • be covered by this class or the other in the timetable, they
    • overreaching; fundamentally, it is always seeking to encompass
    • they came into being, to take over responsibility for the
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    • awake. But how the Will arises, and passes over into action, of this man
    • world, and in pondering over any object in the outer world we follow
    • with its so highly rated discoveries — highly rated correctly
    • in a wood if mist spreads over everything, neither can we ask variance
    • our inward life of perception, if the mist of our desire over spreads
    • all the more possible for us to think over these things objectively,
    • forms pass over into each other, and all are in harmony one with another;
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    • and passes over into action, of this man can only dream in daily
    • be able to make further discoveries for yourselves. However,
    • pondering over any object in the outer world, we follow
    • discoveries — highly-rated from their point of view —
    • mist spreads over everything, neither can we ask variance of our
    • inward life of perception if the mist of our desire spreads over it.
    • for us to think over these things objectively, as non-participators, so
    • separate forms pass over into each other, and all are in harmony
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    • he gives himself over to no possibility of deception. One can
    • to the subjective nature of man, and generalise it over the
    • Buddha, that suffering must be overcome, A means must be found
    • “Nuances” which were poured over the depths of
    • over all the “clothing” of Christianity, as it came
    • seeks with infinite energy to bridge over that opposition and
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    • these proceeds he makes over to his fellow workers, and the more his own
    • makes over to his fellow workers, and the more his own requirements
    • was provided by a Prussian government councilor who went on
    • There is no greater mark of poverty than when someone who
    • national economy that is overwhelming our developmental
    • structure. It has been told over and over, but we can bring it
    • income. Take England. Only those who have an income over
    • certain pain over the fact that the clothes we have on have
    • into the heart of the question. When in all this you think over
    • of human beings today—and this will spread over the
    • grave closes over us we will all be and become equal. What the
    • then the human being would have overlooked the kingdom of
    • over, what we have to take up first as the social question, are
    • the direction is changed. Moreover, our proletariat has no
    • away. Also, the government councilor who doesn't live in gray
    • his master. He had to work; moreover, he was maintained under
    • will find that a half freedom has taken over from the old
    • discovered several things. He said: The human races
    • these questions were there to be raised, when recovery in a
    • wave now turned into revolutionary unrest that soon spread over
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    • which has since passed over Europe is enough to make anyone
    • despair, who lacks that power of inner recovery which springs
    • discovered, in addition to his earlier experience, that
    • which passed over Europe, particularly Central Europe, and had
    • that it overflows as though of itself into its own forms, as it
    • curiously superficial, aspiration of an Overbeck, of a
    • book closes: may some God, hovering somewhere about, find a
    • will at last discover in this memorial the fruitful seeds and
    • we strove to raise up for our ideal — over the physical
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    • overboard old traditions, and create feelings, thoughts and ideas
    • taking them over. The Ferryman is not enthusiastic about the golden
    • the Snake moreover if she could not inform them how to come
    • its highest, to find a bridge over my own body, in order to
    • river, you can cross over on the shadow. The shadow gives enough
    • support to walk over on it. So if at midday you will not cross over
    • unlock them.’ The Snake makes a bridge over the River and the
    • whole company proceeds over it. Then we see, when they have arrived
    • the Old Man sinks in the River and thereby a bridge is formed over
    • staggers clumsily over the bridge and the King is indignant about
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    • nothing of the laws you are discovering, the laws of its growth and
    • unconscious, and as the botanist has the right to discover
    • story as it is that we discover the laws of the plant's growth; that
    • has discovered.
    • is able to increase the capabilities in him and to discover by means
    • show how concerned the theory of the soul is to overcome the
    • that man must overcome certain things if he wishes to receive these
    • stands for that human soul which is governed by will, thought and
    • on the contrary, rules over them. Man is ruled by them as long as
    • Brazen King; Concepts and Feelings no longer govern him, for he
    • the soul, victor over the chaos in his soul; what man then
    • gives us mastery over ourselves without liberating us, leads us into
    • Will-o'-the-Wisps and the Green Snake, and that the former cross over
    • being. He takes the conception, goes from it over to the plant, and
    • over the river-boundary to this side. But these forces, characterized
    • precisely as he came over. The forces which as unconscious
    • nature-forces have brought us over into the kingdom of struggling
    • There are two ways. One leads over the Green Snake; we can cross by
    • falls across the River. The second road leads over this shadow.
    • things, but must lead over beyond the boundary; beyond the
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    • in life. Over against all these impressions which Goethe received
    • over into charlatanism, it is better to consider him in this way
    • and then stored over by the events of the following years and by
    • book is turned over and in place of the sign of the great world,
    • over into the West in the Middle Ages in the form of
    • minds of men in the face of those who are striving to discover the
    • existence step by step along the road by which he hopes to discover
    • It is not surprising if nothing is discovered of the great
    • gradually arrived at the discovery of the primeval plant, he
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    • the human intellect to the discovery of paper money. And Goethe
    • discovery of paper money, cannot penetrate to the worlds
    • come over anyone who really knows these things and does not merely
    • see him now overcoming a second stage. In this state in which he is
    • covering round itself in accordance with the laws of the
    • heights, he discovers the whole might of that which is to drag him
    • overcome, Goethe points out through Mephistopheles in such a way
    • Then Faust succeeds in so far overcoming the
    • overcome this personal egoism, can really reach the last stage,
    • overcome. And again we see from a spiritual point of view deep,
    • have been overcome by means of the keys which lead into the
    • Now Faust's soul belongs to that world over which Care and
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    • Golgotha, or in a Greek; while if we go over to the ancient
    • Earth with the land and water coursing over it. The
    • give myself over to the impulses of Saturn. Thus man felt in
    • scattered over all inhabited regions. Wherever anything
    • came back to the place, he lived through the event over again
    • nonexistent. Instead, the land was dotted over with
    • with the earth. ‘We give over to the earth what our head has
    • rhythmic memory passes over into temporal memory, when that
    • came over from Asia and Egypt to settle on Grecian soil, they
    • memory could pass over into temporal memory, into a remembering
    • over half Europe, without being able to connect the experience
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    • Oriental evolution this localised memory passed over into
    • history over the whole of Asia. Whilst men had as I have
    • peace, the love of peace, that arose later and spread over a
    • Asia, spread itself out over some other region of Asia and made
    • continually active within us — and are overcome
    • over-strong life forces, and continually had the feeling: I
    • overcoming another people, it won through to what it needed for
    • procession of spiritual Beings hurrying forward over or in
    • a host of spirits hovering and moving through cosmic space.
    • Greece, we find a somewhat different development. Over in
    • element, before they could discover its secret. Achilles,
    • opposite condition. Over there are men who do not feel death in
    • the intense way it is felt by the Greeks themselves, over there
    • Homer. Wherever he sets the Trojans over against the Greeks,
    • as it were, a superabundance of life over death, yearned after
    • over against one another.
    • understanding of the transitions that lead over from Asia to
  • Title: World History: Lecture III: Asiatic Mysteries of Ephesus, Gilgamesh and Eabani
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    • being, — a living being, moreover, endowed with soul and
    • spirit. As a tiny insect that runs over a human being may learn
    • something of that human being as it passes over his nose and
    • knowledge in this way by making a journey over the human being,
    • so in those times it was by setting forth upon journeys over
    • Thus the impulse to wander over the Earth and thereby receive
    • into a terrible fit of anger over an event that came to his
    • piece of rock or stone, covered with water over a large part of
    • over the Earth, and how everything also lived in it. They saw
    • spread out over the whole Earth, felt himself one with the
    • of great cosmic secrets. There was in them moreover a strong
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    • overpowering and so penetrating that one can never get beyond
    • overwhelming feelings that trouble the clear light of
    • forces of the head rayed out over the whole of the rest of the
    • was generally spread out over the whole body, went into his
    • no violent or overwhelming impression upon him. They merely
    • his own inner deed, man leads over into life, — to feel
    • moreover, how two further processes are united with what takes
    • breast, the rhythmic vibration goes downwards and passes over
    • the Earth like an atmosphere. And as to-day the air passes over
    • something of a world-tragedy hangs over all that has to do with
    • eastwards over the Earth, you pass more and more into an
    • over the Earth he felt its configuration, as you may feel a
    • caressingly over some part of his body, feeling the difference
    • through when he undertook the journey over to the West. And the
    • Air-Spirits; pointed North-East and there beheld hover
    • India, and saw the Spirits of Fire hover over the Earth, saw
  • Title: World History: Lecture V: Mysteries of the East, West, and of Ephesus
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    • overcoming the animal form, by leaving the animals behind him
    • Earth; then gave them over to her that she might receive them
    • Thus we find in the Mysteries over in the East a sublime
    • overcome. You have had to leave it behind. You must look back
    • this experience was carried over into the condition of human
    • me remind you of what it was that passed over into Greece
    • things in the history of human evolution are simply passed over
    • cannot over-estimate — but of course there are many
    • there is a splendour and a light shed abroad over this
    • to-morrow that it did not pass over to Rome nor to the Middle
    • Ephesus was finally put out the light that had come over from
    • is the fact that all over Asia larger and smaller academies
    • that followed, many more scholars went over from Greece. Apart
    • over from the East, — extinguished in Ephesus by the
    • India, covering also Egyptian Africa and the East of
    • have to see these wonderful Temples scattered over Asia; and in
    • Found a spiritual Ephesus far and wide over the Earth, and let
    • we see the expeditions of Alexander that carried over into the
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    • left over for Europe and especially for Greece, of the old
    • follows? Over in Europe we find the world from out of which
    • that is spread abroad over the lands of the West. As we had to
    • and we must return to it here. Over in
    • remained at the time of the Mystery of Golgotha. Over in Asia
    • over in Hibernia, in the Mysteries, the way had been so
    • over the world, into which man's old nearness with the Gods
    • of the Spirit go over into the coming European civilisation;
    • Alexander, the Nature knowledge of Aristotle was carried over
    • Egypt alone, but all over Asia Alexander founded academies, and
    • Aristotelianism what the West could accept and bring that over.
    • Scientific writings of Aristotle had gone over to the West as
    • only be found over in Asia or in Egypt; and it was into these
    • Alexander. Only later in a diluted form did they come over into
    • writings of Aristotle that came over into Europe direct were
    • not discovered or printed till the beginning of the seventeenth
    • — new in-pourings that came over later into
    • seventies of the last century. Moreover, it is also true that
    • that Alexander carried over into Asia and that returned to
    • Nature knowledge carried over into Asia by the expeditions of
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    • Earth, it has weight. We discover other forces working in the
    • have a remedy wherewith to eliminate their over-activity. The
    • search the whole kingdom of the plants to discover something
    • discover the cause of it when you know that in such a case, for
    • that which has been brought over from olden times, all real
    • character. And now it passes over into the ego-organisation;
    • have here a towel or a sponge, and over there is a fire. The
    • indications. Think them over. Think how the albumen has to be
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    • Nature and in her smallest manifestations, and Whom we discover
    • part of the Gods, a jealousy concerning man. Over and over
    • the Jealousy of the Gods pervades the spiritual atmosphere over
    • hung in olden time over Greece, Macedonia, Asia Minor, Northern
    • over in Palestine. Men had knowledge of it not through physical
    • dissolved in dust. The Earth has no power over your physical
    • spread abroad over the countries that once upon a time saw such
    • in our hearts the words that I was able to speak to you over
    • longer there. Let us carry over the soul of the
    • perforce to give over to the elements. And may our hearts be
    • us, we will carry our life over not only into the New Year, but
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    • paralysed in soul. Moreover, he would return to the physical
    • would say to him: You may pass, for you bring over the
    • discover that Anthroposophy is behind them and then they will
    • Over the Foundation Stone laid here will be erected the
    • in every one of our Groups all over the world. We will now turn
    • will hold sway over what is willed from here. Follow this good
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    • passed over humanity's evolution since Goethe's death —
    • obliterating them again, something comes over the soul that I
    • first overcoming the illusion of the ego; one must overcome the
    • theoretically, merely as scientific knowledge; it passes over into
    • is discovered in spirit, so that it is grasped not only with
    • concepts must be allowed to pass over into artistic seeing, so
    • about it by logic. He must pass over to artistic seeing to
    • the covering were one. When something was said from the
    • whole human destiny can they discover the complete human worth.
    • over the physical when this is destroyed in death, so
    • realization that the spirit will ever be victorious over
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    • is awoke, is given over to an illusion. As we have seen, when he is
    • to identify ourselves with them, — to give ourselves over to
    • give themselves over to a deception of consciousness which
    • bound up with his physical body. Man to-day gives himself over to a
    • development of man in pre-Christian times; he gives himself over to
    • existence they pass over into the next earthly existence.
    • his trinity, is humanity itself in the abstract, spread out over
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    • perceives it being dissolved, as gradually passing over into
    • it were distributed over the life of the nerves. It is these
    • of.nter over the budding, sprouting summer life, We have to
    • his soul hovering above and that the soul looks back on the
    • discover an inner connection between the life of man and the
    • of destruction spread out over the whole time between birth
    • investigate what grows up over it, or he seeks in the dying
    • take no interest in discovering; what may be found at the
    • opinion.” Thus in our time you find all over the place
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    • a discoverer: At last he had found a unitary principle by
    • over the matter, that he said: Now I can explain the whole
    • spherical surface as extended over a larger surface (b.c.).
    • over the whole cosmos is that which man mast first
    • perceptions, then we pass over to a thoughtful consideration
    • it is then worked over in our organism, one has then not
    • any over valuation of what is gained through a clairvoyance
    • remember something, we are conscious: we pass over with our
    • Feuerbach discovered for himself is a most characteristic
    • over into a general attitude. Through this an opposing force
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    • foundation and only after the lapse of time did they discover
    • correctly we are overwhelmed by something that is deeply
    • it is untrue? I seriously ask you to ponder over this. One
    • who overwhelm others with their sympathy are by no means
    • overcome all its opponents, and everything else still
    • Moreover, let
    • Therefore it has to obtain a covering through the further
    • the Christ-Ego — something which closes like a covering
    • impulses around it like a covering, they shall then lay the
    • necessary and thereby makes itself master even over
    • described, they shall build up a covering round the
    • formed something which is like a covering around a
    • coverings for the Christ-impulse.
    • closely together all over the earth. When we meet together
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    • moreover, was a woman of the most spontaneous human sentiment,
    • overcoat in such a curious way that the train was stuffed into
    • divine governance of the world in history. At that time,
    • all-encompassing conformity spread over the area where he lived
    • spirits. To be able to weep over the disharmonies of the world
    • Then he weeps hot tears into his handkerchief over the discord
    • estimating such things, we must not overlook the fact that
    • stones, and animals he had compared, and now followed them over
    • the "archetypal plant" over the broadest area and was able to
    • feeble outgrowth. As he directed his objective glance over the
    • discovered one another, and in such a way as to establish a
    • and had made so many remarkable physiological discoveries,
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    • of modern humanity without the discovery of America? Think of
    • the discovery of America. Could a materialistic person assert
    • have discovered America? Certainly, this could be asserted,
    • no means suppose that America would never have been discovered
    • if it had not been discovered by Columbus. You will find it
    • rather self-evident that America would have been discovered
    • relationship similar to that between Columbus and the discovery
    • discover that there lives in him a powerful revolutionary mood,
    • however, is spread over many things. For this reason, because
    • of a person in a materialistic way, we never discover what
    • it makes impressions on the physical body, they pass over
    • repeat over and over the statement, “Goethe is Faust and Faust
    • These words by Faust himself are passed over too lightly. One
    • projected over into the next incarnation. Here experiences are
    • shall also learn that the laws we discover in great
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    • series placed side by side. It was then discovered that this
    • surrounded not only by air and light but also by governing
    • through the space of wisdom and governing reason.” You will
    • overlapping layers of the fourth and fifth post-Atlantean
    • are applied to all that is spread out over human evolution in
    • beginning than for something that has come over to them from
    • he really create future values. When a person makes a nail over
    • and over again, it certainly does not give him or her any
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    • leading position in ancient government or priestly life.
    • the cosmos, these ancient customs passed over into our present
    • more chaotic conditions. Everything tends to be handed over
    • anarchy would inevitably overtake mankind if no one were to
    • humanity will certainly discover to what a large extent the men
    • though it is only a residue left over from ancient times that
    • about elemental spirits are being created which pass over into
    • of mind will enter into the factory and will pass over into the
    • construct machines with signals that can be governed only by
    • knowledge of the spiritual forces that can be discovered by
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    • discovered and the person can come to an understanding of it
    • over the world. How could one deny that many people today speak
    • that of gnosis can be discovered there, or a demonic teaching
    • discover in the life of the soul can only be analyzed in the
    • earth. He or she would then perhaps discover that certain
    • in which I was walking by the lake over there and in my dream I asked
    • spread over the stupidity of the teacher. The lake said its
    • although many things overlap one another so that much that
    • because, as I have said, things overlap one another, then the
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    • that has just been published shows how he grew up in poverty,
    • discovered and included in a supplement to one of his novels,
    • splendid way, he is in a train passing over the bridge. There
    • he sits in the train, but he has overlooked something in
    • building the bridge. As he passes over it, it collapses and he
    • over the bridge, but was sitting at home by the fire. Then he
    • may be extended over a longer period of time. Indeed, life
    • individuals who do discover significant complexities of life
    • entered a government ministry where he was also a remarkable
    • government ministry, could not take it amiss when he was given
    • this news. So when the game was over, the secretary said to
    • the most famous critic of that city still had to be won over.
    • a person must be able to discover all possible hair-splitting
    • he must likewise discover all possible legal casuistries of the
    • public life people are not concerned with discovering the
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    • carrying over of human characteristics from previous
    • over to descendants, but human beings are so constructed from
    • Naturally, we are here looking out over wide perspectives, but
    • governs the evolution of the world is not chaos but order — or
    • how a current has arisen over the
    • giving it the force needed to overcome the bourgeois, Europe,
    • overcome. Yet, he saw no way of escape. He felt that
    • public. They talk about this truth that they have taken over
    • containing the laws governing the world. Much is concealed
    • little more concealed than those I have given. Moreover,
    • therefore, in the autumn of 1912. Moreover, in the same almanac
    • discovered that exists between what actually happens externally
    • occultism. Moreover, she also possessed curious characteristics
    • post-Atlantean epoch. You have already been able to discover to
    • a spirit, moreover, who is not a philologist or schoolmaster,
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    • contemporary to whom it was told by the man himself. Moreover,
    • had a dream in which he saw himself walking over burning coals
    • discoveries, for which others claimed part of the credit as was
    • discoveries. It is interesting, therefore, to observe the man
    • moreover, inclined with such special devotion and, as I may be
    • lessons. Moreover, I would not willingly do such work in
    • advantage for their discoverer, and it had always been my
    • been discovered by Galileo
    • Moreover, he was impoverished at the close of his life and died
    • of Pisa watching the church lamp swing, he discovered the
    • discovery that has had significance ever since. This event was
    • the dream where he was walking over glowing coals and ashes.
    • raising water, made important discoveries in connection with
    • that there are satellites around Jupiter was a discovery of
    • other discoveries of Galileo. They are such that they have a
    • earthly discoveries, it was his personal fate, the misery he
    • views that have spread over the entire earth in the second half
    • The True Lover of Destiny
    • felt myself overcome immediately by an inner barrenness. I
    • a beer bottle poster over it.
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    • quite clear to us, moreover, that human life falls into two
    • human relationships over long stretches of time. Then, if we
    • the case of the individual human being but gradually over a
    • unconscious desire to overlook the cooperation among the
    • broadened to extend over the entire evolution of the earth,
    • indeed, over the entire cosmic evolution, attaining thereby, at
    • person who knew them a lofty power over other humans, you can
    • spoken since a certain domination was thus exercised over him
    • given over completely into the power of the other person. These
    • Although they lie far apart, perhaps we might discover in our
    • later a dot was placed over it) is the principal part even of
    • it. He then discovered what he needed in a strange way. He was
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    • shall discover a contradiction of a view that is generally
    • is that the human being has come over from earlier worlds and
    • over from earlier planetary stages in which the spiritual
    • Mystery of Golgotha. If we go back far enough, we discover that
    • signifies that it passes over into the spiritual worlds, into
    • ego and his astral body; the etheric body passes over into the
    • the most advanced nations pass over to monotheism at a
    • it to remain a mere concept but carry it over completely into
    • in common spreads as an aura over the entire earth when we vow
    • over by Lucifer if he desires to rise still higher into the
    • however, has been victorious over the Mithraic cult. Why?
    • the theologians who are frequently in conflict over whether or
    • over whether or not Christ drove out demons. It is more
    • and intelligent book on expressionism and you will discover
    • overcomes his materialistic world view.
    • Christ as has been indicated, Christianity would spread over
    • Moreover, the experiments were supposed to teach people that
    • important to keep in mind that the latter has been taken over
    • fellowships extend, of course, over the whole world, the next
    • into another and communicates through the medium. Moreover, the
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    • did not pass over immediately into the other. But when we
    • make a retrospective survey, we discover what has been stated
    • destined to be spread over the deep, the significant and
    • thoroughly overcome. Nothing meets us with more persistence
    • which all concepts in physics are governed. Something is
    • same courage he will never be able to discover reason where
    • disappear, pass over into their image and cease to exist.
    • draw the second over the first. This is again an image of the
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    • second circle that overlapped the head, and a third circle
    • that overlapped both the others. So that if we would draw
    • more we go over head, breast man, man of the limb system, we
    • over into the Venus age. By the time the Venus age has come
    • would discover a complicated map, where you would find
    • dreaming consciousness, only it is overpowered by the strong
    • over the former incarnation, over the life of that
    • incarnation to this one, over the life of this incarnation to
    • the next, and then over the next again. But man sleeps away
    • this small bit of red; this goes over (see below in diagram)
    • turn to the blue but to the red which moreover you do not
    • overlapping — reality is not always accommodating. But
    • can play a part in historical evolution; you are overpowered
    • Overpowered: There are indeed many instances of this.
    • themselves up to many illusions. They are given over to
    • historic-cosmic thoughts have completely overwhelmed them.
    • over questions concerning conceptions of the world in the
    • the Government under these two emperors. Then this
    • personality went over to the other side in the reign of
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    • in these times of overwhelming materialism these thinkers
    • overpowering heat, this is how he would picture it. And when
    • overformed. That is why it has the holes; so far the
    • still full of matter. To have these holes is a sign of over
    • my arms and hands, my feet and legs are given over to the
    • we go back in the evolution of man we discover — and I
    • of the parents' germ cells passes over to the children; but
    • part of this substance remains so that it can again pass over
    • pass over anew to the children. And another part of the germ
    • only half of the germ plasma goes over into the new body. The
    • discovery. That is the materialising of a higher spiritual
    • was lost. The nineteenth century was needed to rediscover him
    • go on showing you even more exactly. The discovery of man
    • particularly the nineteenth — was needed to rediscover
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    • with over the decades since that time and have proved to be just as
    • recovery sets in, and a rise takes place so to speak in
    • thought perhaps, that a study of processes which cover such a
    • of what they were in search of, — took over from the
    • examines the actual economic facts; and then one discovers
    • who owned 30 banks and over 30 long lines of rail, besides a
    • from over there. The business undertakings in Europe were to
    • wanted to get my hair cut; and there I discovered a
    • which can be extended to cover every sort of thing, so this
    • abstractified money extends over every conceivable thing. It
    • can lead on in the end to economic recovery. To someone who
    • into what is needed. It requires no government
    • become all that is necessary to enable us fully to overcome
    • over into barbarism. And if one is not willing to have
    • discussion once with an acquaintance at table, over picture
    • speaker asked: How could the over-production in
    • simply can't abolish anything over night; but certain things
    • of what is left over from the years 1911–18. That will come
    • must now be something, which passed over into the
    • grave, but passed over beyond death; and round this one
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    • with over the decades since that time and have proved to be just as
    • over as large a number as possible of souls with
    • almost obliged to begin over again from the beginning; to
    • And, standing over on the other side, one sees those people
    • their leaders, in winning over the broad masses of the
    • feels the instinctive necessity of overcoming the sleepiness
    • of the Word! Look over the whole civilised world today,
    • the first centuries of our present, Christian era, all over
    • matter; the really important matter, as I have said over and
    • over again in our paper, The Threefold Order, is this: that
    • always try to be over-clever and always want to twist round
    • — to lick one's fingers over one's own cleverness, and
    • to think over what I have said however, you will see, that
    • and to defy all the over-clever people who say, that one
    • are the people whom we have to overcome. And we must come so
    • effort; that it has spread itself like a cloak over the
    • made to overcome the injury done by the money-system.
    • be the loss of a single truth!’ You may hear this over and
    • over again from the quarter to which Mr.D.... alluded:
    • needed is, that we should win over as many people as possible
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    • beat on my ear unnoticed — I would not have discovered
    • fond of giving himself over to self-indulgence and dreaming. No
    • speaks in such a way that he thinks over everything he says,
    • pictures. The latter is overcome, so that although we live in
    • compared with the serious work which goes into the discoveries
    • the facts they discover — cannot get behind the real
    • evolution, and this has led to the discovery of much useful and
    • only discovered half of what is necessary to make the human
    • oversimplified approach attempted by science until now. For in
    • great discovery that we make.
    • inspiration. — Where does it come from? We discover this
    • over evolved. Here the human being progresses beyond the norm
    • that we are here concerned with over-evolution, for it tends
    • consequence of this? — Because of this over
    • right. The extremities overdo evolution, thereby allowing
    • we give ourselves over to intuitive actions, we are then
    • is joined to what results from over evolution, which has as yet
    • gradually be overcome by a humanity that is increasingly
    • that however overbearing the opposition, the
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    • over the whole earth demand judgment from us. We must know what
    • beings which are governed by considerations going beyond the
    • when it comes to discovering the virtual factor in
    • depths of the soul and are not worked over personally by the
    • see into the spiritual. This science of spirit discovers that
    • things discover that what we experience as our feelings are
    • found in their own people than can be discovered today purely
    • happening all over the earth. And also a deeper understanding
    • meaning and into the forces existing over the whole earth that
    • overdevelopment of the sexual organism something that
    • over into the following epochs by the human souls constantly
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    • does not overdo the individual meditations — I
    • real dreams, but dreams that have great power over our inner
    • scientist of spirit now discovers that when a person is in this
    • soul. He discovers this when in undertaking a particular
    • make closer acquaintance with this being we have to overcome
    • feeling the flowing stream of pain that moves over the mother
    • right way we discover that the pain in fact reveals mysteries
    • discovered that the man is dead and can no longer open his
    • knowledge into living knowledge, in discovering a new man, an
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    • danger which must be overcome if the eternal in man and in the
    • descend into its own depths, and to discover there what cannot
    • second danger. It has to overcome the dangers which arise
    • acquires power over one's soul in an improper manner, for it is
    • in hand, by deciding, for example: “You will overcome
    • this habit.” He uses all his powers to overcome a
    • gain the power to pass over into objective spiritual reality
    • human body and into remedies can discover.
    • what can be discovered in higher words through immediate
    • alone. Like a great threat, there hangs over our entire
    • hanging over human civilization in such a destructive way, as a
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    • cell, which would be similar to what would be discovered as the
    • nothing can be discovered in this way that cannot also be
    • discovered by our normal perception in looking at the ordinary
    • Wherever we look in the world, whether we discover one or the
    • overcome everything that would lead one astray. What this leads
    • of inner responsibility over our thinking, over our mind, so
    • the one we have in normal life — is poured out over our
    • mind, over our mental images. Inner responsibility poured out
    • over the life of our mental images results in attitudes where
    • is an outpouring of moral substances over our inner life. It is
    • discovery which is still a paradox to most people today, but
    • philosophy in detail in any way. In his really controvertible
    • of the discovery of one of the most significant facts, namely
    • the discovery of the unconscious in 1886. Today
    • about James, nothing about 1886 when Myers discovered the
    • other man that lives in us, and we discover this world of inner
    • belonging to it. How we then learn not only to overcome our
    • theoretically, and who was unable to discover that one cannot
    • concerned about? Could we think of not wanting to discover
    • of some discovery, he cannot have much faith in it!
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    • will be differentiated all over the earth according to their
    • prevail in the West. From the East there would come over what
    • of the traditions of ancient times with what streams over
    • from the West as economic truths, and with what streams over
    • on, has now been lost; but certain Ethics have remained over
    • West has all trickled over from the East, from Asia. The East
    • previously drawn your attention to the fact that over the
    • being produced. No! Art, is taken over from the Central
    • century into the Aesthetic element has come over from the
    • century, over the entire earth which is dependent an the
    • that there would gradually spread over Asia a certain Ethos,
    • utilitarian standpoint would pour out over the West,
    • necessity, and that the political government should have
    • before this great testing came over humanity through
    • had to conduct the World-War over again he would do it in
    • must be life, which teaches us to discover illusions, even in
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    • suspend something over us, so that we cannot mature. Those
    • governed by Lucifer, therefore Ahriman can fill them with a
    • taken over into our Anthroposophical view, i.e. — to
    • everything which poetry or fantasy pours over
    • hand, men can decide to pass over into that super-intellectual
    • come they will rule as an abstract authority over humanity,
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    • truth that is often overlooked because words are left as just
    • like to proclaim this craving over and over again to men out
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    • towards spiritual deepening entails, and who, moreover, have
    • moreover,agreee with what I said in the lecture to the
    • this materialistic culture is being overcome, that is an
    • which have come over from ancient times. Between them there
    • is, moreover, no possibility of union. A spiritual science
    • discover Nature, so through inner perception, we find the
    • spiritual, in order that what he produces over and above his
    • up to this through that which has remained over from old
    • often overlooked simply because people treat words as words
    • Such is to-day the content of official orders of Government!
    • over. But if we think about it — which is a very
    • It was this that caused me over ten years
    • Whoever wishes for the sake of convenience to carry over anything
    • not yet discovered and a great deal still rests in the bosom
    • of the present which must be discovered for the healing of
    • been discovered by humanity. Look deeply into these things,
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    • passing over as living form into the future. Then through
    • one of the most essential cultural tasks,to overcome that
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    • to find that the soul-processes in the artist and the lover
    • have to go deeper down into this life of the soul to discover
    • magically conjured within nature herself can be discovered
    • constantly destroying and overcoming one life by another.
    • being killed, overcome, by this human life, this human soul.
    • unconsciously, discovers this secret through his perception.
    • without something lower being overcome by what is higher. The
    • reverse can also be true; the higher can be overcome by the
    • to re-discover what has thus actually been overcome — and
    • reaching what has been overcome and then freed from
    • passes over into another — in the sense Goethe meant when
    • he said the green leaf passes over into the colourful
    • upwards over the head to appear like a kind of hood that is
    • well how in nature one life is constantly being overcome, and
    • other hand, the overcoming brought about when, through
    • metamorphosis, the human head passes over into the sombre,
    • constricted form which, in its turn, is overcome by the
    • overrun by a higher life, by the life of the understanding,
    • these the longing of our time really to discover and give
    • light in its variety of shades, and to discover how,
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    • sea, there hovered denizens of the air, coming to her as
    • those truly creative laws which govern all that Nature
    • right over into the other soul. The soul steps forth, as it
    • were, and passes over into the soul of the other. This is a
    • power of cognition. The only means for overcoming it, is for
    • life. The inner life no longer hovers above the reality but
    • concrete and real that each single phase is discovered again
    • model. Moreover, those who approach Spiritual Science
  • Title: Lecture: Human Knowledge and Its Significance for Man and the Cosmos
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    • nourishment. He would be trying to discover the reason why certain constituents
    • plant life as the fruit of the wheat-plant and we can only discover
    • Greek people was relatively small. Moreover they had comparatively little
    • very few powers left over for the work of transforming the physical
    • are content with simply turning over the pages of Baedeker or some other
    • from the realm of Imagination, my dear friends, can be multiplied over
    • and over again. And now let us ask ourselves a question. we have heard
    • must try to discover.
    • the producing of new wheat plants but are given over to the purpose
    • over into another sphere of working altogether.
    • of outer Nature. The knowledge we thus acquire passes over into a different
    • by providing that this knowledge passes over into another sphere. Just
    • so too, knowledge of the outer world must be given over to a nobler
    • we receive without thought of giving it over to this higher purpose,
    • man to discover how they might place their knowledge in the service
    • was really a holy thing, conceived as an offering to the Gods. Moreover
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    • foundation and only after the lapse of time did they discover
    • correctly we are overwhelmed by something that is deeply
    • it is untrue? I seriously ask you to ponder over this. One
    • who overwhelm others with their sympathy are by no means
    • overcome all its opponents, and everything else still
    • Moreover, let
    • Therefore it has to obtain a covering through the further
    • the Christ-Ego — something which closes like a covering
    • impulses around it like a covering, they shall then lay the
    • necessary and thereby makes itself master even over
    • described, they shall build up a covering round the
    • formed something which is like a covering around a
    • coverings for the Christ-impulse.
    • closely together all over the earth. When we meet together
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    • attentive study can discover, by external means, how much
    • Basle, Switzerland, a friend of Nietzsche, Overbeck, as a
    • also the opinion of such a personality as Overbeck, who
    • theologian Overbeck. And his opinion is very
  • Title: Christianity in the Evolutionary Course of Modern Mankind
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    • is preserved and carried over into the future.
    • into a Christ-receptive organ. This ego must now rediscover the
    • Earth evolution that wisdom which passes over from the Sun to
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    • education the objection that questions so bereft of discovery
    • over the course of the last three or four centuries, when the
    • acquisition of such knowledge so as to set the sights overall
    • taken seriously, if we do not pass lightly out of habit over
    • point of view that I once won for myself, I am the sovereign
    • ruler over truth and falseness, error and
    • a powerful tableau, an overview of our previous life on earth,
    • occurs suddenly and is an overview of the entire previous life
    • previous earth life. And if we compare what we see overall,
    • but represents an overall Imagination of a previous earth life.
    • of the forest over the din of the city, it is said that sounds
    • arrived at the zero state over the loud din — we call
    • However, we discover our ego where we are
    • having turned our will on to bodily functions, we go over to
    • some extent to the realities — in crossing over the hard
    • in sensory perceptions, but cross broadly over the hard things.
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    • been badly presented, usually through overeagerness and lack
    • contradict well-documented scientific discoveries. They
    • provides, discover only disappointment. By contrast,
    • from the ways and customs that over the centuries have become
    • whole modern civilization. When conflict arises nowadays over
    • mere fantasy can act morally. Many believe they have overcome
    • gradually discover if spiritual knowledge does give one inner
    • discover whether there is a basis for accepting the words of
    • triumph over her disabilities.
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    • special power over Faust by possessing at least a drop of his
    • power over him. The reason behind this passage is a strange
    • premonition that if someone gains power over an individual's
    • blood, one gains power over the person. In short, the feeling
    • vanishes. One discovers that myths and fables, far from
    • but more valuable by far, once it is overcome, is the pain
    • world: the configuration of minerals, the covering of
    • laws that govern blood, as it does in all other laws, as if
    • yet generally overlooked by psychologists. A subtle
    • was brought over through heredity. A human's mental life
    • nation the world over describes a significant moment in
    • personal life; he learned to govern his moral inclinations
    • over thy blood has power over thee.” Ancestral power
    • over a folk came to an end when the blood, through being
    • wishes dominance over an individual, it must gain dominance
    • over his or her blood. That is the profound meaning of the
    • to pull you over to my side.” That which possesses a
    • has discovered recently that if blood from one animal is
    • possess them. Mephistopheles wants power over Faust's
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    • back over your life you will realize how often suffering and
    • victory over death. From looking up to a universal suffering
    • released from matter through the processes that govern human
    • discovered many points of reference in this field. However,
    • itself and overcome it. As a perceptive person once remarked:
    • ultimately life triumphs over death; the eternal over the
    • earthly nature succumbs, the victory of eternal life over the
    • beings possessing life, overcame the pain caused by the beam
    • over the Apostles at the feast of Pentecost. This is dearly
    • To read the Gospel of John closely is to discover things of
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture IV: The Origin of Evil
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    • glossed over, evil is ignored. One has to enter deeply into
    • human characteristics in order to discover the origin of
    • thereby seek to discover the task, the mission of evil in the
    • mission and passed over into another embodiment. A new
    • will pass over into a new embodiment, just as it has passed
    • conflict, but love will overcome the conflict and transform
    • who attain the goal of earth evolution will bring love over
    • to the next planet, as wisdom was originally brought over
    • evil will be overcome. Evil and freedom stem from the same
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VI: Education in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • speculation, but on what is discovered through the higher
    • the change of teeth an etheric covering loosens itself from
    • the ether body, as did the physical covering at physical
    • maternal covering through the child before birth. Thus, the
    • protective sheath, a covering that strengthens and
    • well-behaved child were astonished to discover that he had
    • being replaced, the covering of the ether body loosens and it
    • reached, the astral covering falls away; the astral body
    • still rooted in the astral covering, it matters greatly what
    • bodies and pass over to the child. Therefore, as long as
    • these protective coverings envelop the child, they must be
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture V: Illness and Death
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    • will then be discovered that often the issue concerned is not
    • time another covering, the external astral sheath, is thrust
    • its allotted task is over in the later part of life,
    • discovered through a similar approach, which will also throw
    • just where a descending line passes over into an ascending
    • illness, is greater strength. When the illness is overcome,
    • will be increasingly discovered the more it is seen to
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    • of a protective covering just as the embryo needs the
    • be forgotten once school days are over; what matters is that
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VIII: Insanity in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • which he suffered would still have overtaken Hölderin
    • have great suggestive power over weaker personalities, can
    • first of all pass over into the condition called
    • up to that time the astral covering that protected it
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    • we discover the spiritual world. What is required is that we
    • of conversation all over the town. As no natural explanation
    • at the conceptual stage, he would never have discovered the
    • discovered, and the doctors were greatly alarmed; she showed
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture X: Stages in Man's Development in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • restricted, those basic traits, the fruits brought over from
    • has brought over; for thanks to the freed ether body the
    • what the child has brought over from the ether body of his
    • brought over into life is now freed and able to develop. It
    • inner inclinations and talents brought over from former
    • talents and abilities are spoiled; the essence brought over
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XI: Who are the Rosicrucians?
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    • controversy about books, that is, whether Valentin Andreae,
    • overlooked, that is, the immense differences in human nature.
    • overcome, it is all too easy to fall into error when striving
    • inverted plants. A person turns downwards and covers up in shame
    • eventually be refuted. What passes over to the new plant is
    • they often handle, and is found all over the world. It is
    • breath is connected with the discovery, or preparation of,
    • his own being; with what he formerly had to give over to the
    • would pan over into human nature. When a person's lower
    • fully understood when one is able to discover it again within
    • microcosm he must rediscover its forces and laws. Not through
    • discovers that each organ has its own color and tone.
    • being's overcoming the lower self in which he merely broods,
    • grasp what is meant by the overcoming of the lower, narrow
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    • expressing what he discovered, or what he felt about plants
    • subsequently discovered. Therefore, the objection should not
    • discover answers to the world-riddles than Richard Wagner.
    • person believes he will discover finds expression through
    • Moreover, he is aware that dangers have to be met, but also
    • conscious, but which are discovered by the botanist.
    • related this idea to the discoveries of foreign lands; the
    • within the. person concerned; it has already passed over into
    • as an artist. In so doing we soon discover his strong
    • areas of the continent were covered with huge masses of dense
    • covered most of the countries. The water of the Rhine was
    • background of the momentous upheavals taking place all over
    • conquered his human craving: He gained victory over himself.
    • a Brahman and had overcome her love for the youth who was
    • the green hill.” Looking out over the fields watching
    • ultimately be victorious over death, will become eternal
    • consciousness through overcoming their lower nature, shall
    • behind all things, of the Spirit victorious over death.
    • discover the path.
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    • have discovered what can be accepted as more or less genuine.
    • discovered that through schooling, a person's spiritual eyes
    • stretched over long epochs. Before that time, the human
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    • which, after the soul's sleep has been overcome can unfold with life;
    • overlooked bringing this difference to the world.
    • own recognition of our spiritual stream, and thereby the sovereignty
    • answer. The year 1912/1913 was overburdened with the dispute with
    • overcome such blood [national] ties, but every now and again
    • seeking new ways, which by experiencing the sharps and flats, over
    • the rainbow, but retaining the basic tones brought the hovering and
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    • wisdom of the world. Later wisdom was given over to thinking; it became
    • discovered the world of spirit immersed In knowledge. But he longed to see
    • Western man discovers life in his reality of Nature, so that he shall see
    • this creation with understanding, for he will again discover what he once
    • problem of the West. How labor can discover its form within the entity of
    • possible, To discover the fight associative life is the task of the West.
    • Western man's struggle for proof, the Eastern man discovers his unproven
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    • asleep. The ancient Oriental thus discovered within him every
    • What remains from his sleep, would therefore pass over
    • East came over to Europe and was taken up, for instance, by the
    • over into Europe from the East, and it was the
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    • his three bodies and passed over into the astral world, so that
    • the whole Earth was able to pour out over the whole of mankind,
    • and the human beings were thus united into a family all over
    • over the human beings; but the Ego-men could not absorb these
    • power of the Highest shall overshadow thee.” The Holy Ghost is
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    • not fail to discover the deeper essence which they contain.
    • About this time of year we always pass over from one period
    • year, to follow certain great laws governing the course of
    • kingdom which develops upon the earth. The laws which govern
    • govern human consciousness. When we speak of the consciousness
    • living. When the old year passes over into the new year, the
    • over the surface of the earth and only think of the stones on
    • along over the surface of the earth, you do not only pass
    • throughout the year, unite when one year passes over into the
    • us now pass over from this mystery, which can fill us with a
    • over to a still greater mystery. You know that we are living in
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    • and from there over again into the waking state, we see that on one
    • on one. And that is the reason that we have to sleep four times over
    • over there into the veinous blood. It is not so. A fine flowing out
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    • over the whole organism and radiates everywhere, so that this' astral
    • finally discover the original causes for all inflammation and ulcerations
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    • regarding the passing over into the light age, and what we also must
    • to overcome these forces (Yellow). In this way one imparted forces to
    • walked over a meadow, or through the woods, because he absorbed into
    • old principles and had only carried them over into the physical. In
    • inner organism, through inner organic functions, overcome the illness.
    • sick,” and “a little bit overcoming the illness.”
    • as one says — could normally still be overcome, quickly goes over
    • into something one cannot overcome any more. Then one is simply sick.
    • means overcome it. If finally I push a rusty nail into myself and my
    • earth only if it is continuously stimulated to overcome the forces of
    • the forces inwardly which can overcome this food. We eat to bring forth
    • over the matter a little, one has to say to oneself: today's mankind
    • has to pass over into knowledge that is flexible. It is something dreadful
    • change over to liveliness. All this taken together results in the challenge
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    • overshadowing the peoples of Europe and reverberating in their
    • the huge machine of existence, governed by the forces ruling
    • find no basis at all for overcoming doubt in this sphere if you
    • discover something about what is at the bottom of this
    • between Ahriman and Lucifer, which can be discovered only on a
    • governor wanted to keep this clock specially for Prague and
    • Lucifer lived in the governor. It was out of egotism that he
    • us say, through a mountain pass. This pass has overhanging
    • they come to the overhanging rock it breaks loose, falls
    • chauffeur's fault, or whether the whole thing was governed by
    • always, as I say. But I have counted many cases over the years
    • such a terribly overwhelming effect on their souls; for they
    • rediscovered their feeling for religion. I do not need to
    • hearts and souls, for it will be proved over and over again how
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    • drive through a ravine where there is an overhanging rock, and
    • governor wanted to keep this clock all for himself and would
    • of the luciferic principle in the governor who wanted to have
    • the present is over, and we have pushed the subjective elements
    • this covering will some day fall away.
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    • curriculum I covered with my pupils last year and noted
    • no worse. Yet other people had come to the conclusion over the
    • Then the next year came. The holidays were over, and at the
    • under other teachers, and he discovered that with
    • teachers. He then discovered that those taught by the first two
    • immediate present. He did not brood over the past, but said,
    • second teacher's character was governed more by luciferic
    • forces. He brooded over his mistakes and told himself, “I
    • consider the phenomena that Lucifer and Ahriman carry over from
    • overhanging boulder at the moment it falls, and it crushes them
    • say the horse pulls the driver wherever it wants and overlook
    • they set out to meet one another. We can now trace over a
    • break off the chain of causes at his birth and pass over to
    • necessity virtually overlapping.
    • and he looks more at his failings. If he can get over his
    • alone what has happened and carry it over livingly into
    • luciferic-ahrimanic way over past happenings. We can progress
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    • trying, as it were, in the twinkling of an eye to cover as many
    • discover the particular political motives of ancient Rome that
    • overly mature people, such as the Romans were, and a
    • through world events and spreading out over immense regions.
    • mulling them over. On the contrary, we must realize that what
    • over; that we establish a proper attitude to it by facing it
    • you think this over, you will make a distinction that we
    • soon as it is over it is in the realm of absolute necessity. If
    • world. And on this depends the inner necessity governing our
    • and I pour them out over here.” And if now someone
    • were to say, “But those balls lying over there are the
    • rejuvenated that we can hand it over to the whole world, where
    • accept it in full consciousness, freedom governs our
    • ordinary consciousness to mull over the many consequences that
    • solution through mulling them over but through giving way to
    • will happen. Then we shall know, without mulling over what will
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    • at first be discovered through physical observation. We can see
    • and this fact is usually overlooked. As for us, we have studied
    • to the world, must be rediscovered in a different way. We will
    • not be able to rediscover the aura that used to be seen, but if
    • they will realize that they can rediscover along a different
    • can actually prove this all over again in the present
    • dreaming is to wake them up, the only way to overcome
    • is completely bowled over. If you take an ordinary person,
    • recovered from the organic aftereffects. He gets a hangover.
    • basically a kind of hangover, caused by the fact that they
    • matters, yet still prefer to be drunk with ecstasy over them
    • until we discover the will in it and come out of ourselves
    • hangover, is what one can acquire through developing one's
    • these people over by showing them that we do not deny what they
    • didn't I? I wanted to bring you not just an overall picture of
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    • observation of actual life, people pass lightly over all
    • thinking something written over from the abstract to the
    • thrown overboard. We must once more cultivate this making of
    • discussions over the social question that the capacity for
    • be discovered by the individual for a return into a certain
    • question, gradually to lead over into the concrete. Just
    • itself, but to lead over to the concrete, to discover the
    • But the important thing is that when we pass over into
    • eurhythmy; for then through another, less over-worked,
    • must again recover its concrete character, and conceptions
    • overcoming the great dangers of the period. The most varied
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    • developed over the whole earth.
    • things that are forced into overlapping in time. The life of
    • Furche (furrow) we make in walking over the ground;
    • of mankind. They are so overpoweringly great, these questions
    • reality that comes to light in the overpowering human
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    • We have that advantage over the animal. The sureness of instinct possessed
    • meets the abstraction of the concept. Moreover it makes clear to you
    • of leading you into the actual life of the animals? Moreover do not
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    • of overcoming this commonplace Pantheism, so dominant in many places
    • over the chief activity in the soul? To recognise how far truth is the
    • governing factor in official circles you must keep consciously in your
    • expressed that a divine will exists holding sway over the world, and
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    • If I want simply to lift this little book from the left side over to
    • concepts to speaker these things) when man cannot overcome by his conception
    • no power over it. He is able only to make up his mind consciously to
    • work with what can be discovered in history, what is inherited from
    • followed them, they have on the contrary just jumped over them as if
    • not simply the handing over of knowledge, but spirit-knowledge is actually
    • well be overlooked, it cannot well remain unnoticed, that when we enter
    • self-examination, will the distinction be discovered. The distinction
    • A. And, my dear friends, as soon as we overstep the usual Philistine
    • us to overcome. For life is such that it expresses itself in a twofold
    • man is terribly apt to spring over from his belief in authority, that
    • appeared with a certain shamelessness in the moment of passing over
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    • overhead. Look at the stone the sunlight falls upon; you ere able to
    • in the way of charlatanism but seriously—that the passing over
    • thankfully as a divine gift and I rejoice over the destiny that has
    • and we know how to distinguish in him between the man and what has overcome
    • to overlook things for sheer love of one's fellows. If a verdict is
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    • that Christ Jesus went through death and overcame this death after a
    • If we would put it tritely, Judaism might be called the actual discovery
    • unique and not to be discovered anywhere else. In this particular direction
    • ancient world-outlooks were finally aimed at discovering man here on
    • that has come into earthly evolution, spread out over the lands of Judaism,
    • see that the secret of Christianity in its diffusion over the civilised
    • Jesus. Then the impulse spread itself out over the southern lands; everywhere
    • culture period, 2160 years, a little over 2000 years. This is about
    • to give you, not in the form this discovery often takes but a discovery
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    • beyond the the earth, the Christ impulse, a man had triumphed over death:
    • and thus the overcoming of death could actually be one of the experiences,
    • overtake at a fifth stage what at a fourth stage had been accomplished
    • hatred, let us look in conformity with the truth. It will then be discovered
    • leaven forming the basis of the Magyar culture over which is now simply
    • will then be the first beginnings of understanding that we have to overcome
    • society is concerned. But all this can be discovered only if we take
    • the passage over from the human to the superhuman. Thus we see Goethe
    • to find the passage over to the pictorial for which Goethe strove, then
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    • is me” — right over your skin. That is the essential part
    • discover, on researching the astral world in general, certain
    • sinks down over the plant and wraps part of it. The astral body
    • that when the spread of plants cover the earth, it is found
    • covering meadow after meadow, yet another joy can be
    • fact which we discover in poetic images, which are
    • overtake the clairvoyant when there is no other to balance out
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    • Discoveries made by delving ever deeper into Goethe's
    • to the consideration just mentioned. One discovers, on looking
    • revelation. In this moment however we discover the danger which
    • themselves, at the presentation. Giving oneself over to this
    • dialogue between the two, discovers a certain philistine air in
    • discover reality. What we are led to believe is suffused with
    • looks at Goethe's method of nature observation, one discovers
    • that singular results and their discoveries are hardly the main
    • self-awareness. That which we discover in the depths of our
    • at the close overcome what he as younger man had rejected:
    • knowledge, through this he can overcome Mephistopheles. It is a
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    • ourselves. Here we discover all possible kinds of
    • — No self-knowledge which draws you into being overcome
    • what is left over and try to meditate primarily on how many of
    • discover a certain relationship the self brings along,
    • possible for us not to overlook what is karmically correct and
    • in vain, without glancing over it we can't reach knowledge,
    • itself out of the original free impulses. Here you discover the
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    • circle complete, covered with hemispheres equally incomplete, expresses
    • structure forms, and to discover organic ones. Of course those people
    • they develop out of that one over the principal Entrance in the same
    • and false mysticism — which tendencies indeed I had to fight over
    • and over again — but when there were these tendencies in the different
    • Now in this building we may say that this has been definitely overcome
    • it above, which overhangs the motive — is only a metamorphosis
    • precisely the same as that you have just seen over the windows and the
    • motive over the principal entrance, only in an organic growth it is
    • see the overcoming of the mere Renaissance idea. The setting of windows
    • see here is nothing but a new beginning. I always say over and over
    • over again, it would be very different. This is just an attempt. But
    • look at them, you must notice how they droop over and bulge out, how
    • weighty they are, bending over with their own weight. If you take the
    • out, but of feeling the heavy pressure of the overhanging weight of
    • over one while mounting these stairs.
    • made to give over to the organic the work that is generally done by
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    • as in the architrave over the capitals.
    • through over much symbolizing; and there have been people who consider
    • We must overcome all that pertains to day-dreaming, we must overcome
    • Society. They would like to pour out rest over everything and this is
    • Eurhythmics should not be overcome in the struggle he has to wage continually
    • experiment which one discovers only at last when one has been creating
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    • You always find those who inspire, over the corresponding figures, only
    • is just what must be overcome. There are many more elementary impressions
    • art representation, to the Christ. That is, we shall discover the central
    • which is to be felt in this form. The Christ may to-day discovered purely
    • along the road of feeling, perception and will, he will discover the
    • historical documents, the Christ he has discovered. We cannot to-day
    • you see the Building covered over with Norwegian slate. Once when I
    • of Voss, and the thought came to me that our Building must be covered
    • the dome — the covering of this slate — in the sun, makes
    • the very few have wished actually to think over and appreciate what
    • has been brought over from old times, that literally the new revelation
    • Science. Much of this sort might be pondered over to-day: And this sort
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    • and at the same time despondency over the falsity he is
    • parchments, from books, ma calls the mood that has come over
    • whom Faust has to overcome, and he is associated with him
    • just in order that he may overcome him, having been given him
    • lying (still inside the poodle) over against the spirits of
    • Wagner wisdom! Just like that wisdom quoted over and over
    • there as the Christ, he overcomes the opposing spirit. He
    • employs the method of directing attention over and over again
    • times the Lion will have overcome the Wolf, and will find
    • here, he strives to discover a tincture that can arouse an
    • over the whole earth. What he wished to say was: we lived in
    • spread out over the whole earth, materialized in a particular
    • force line in this overhead could be spread out over the
    • over nature, exclusively to the service of the social order.
    • standing there in stone, but covered from head to foot with a
    • all over the world, or that with its aid thought would
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    • difficulty of understanding can never be overcome unless we
    • Crags lean over, and the antic
    • Woo hoo! shoo-hoo! nearer hover
    • Cry of screech-owl, jay and plover.” (and so
    • Over the Ilsensteep.
    • overcome time, that has remained behind in time. Many of the
    • farther towards evil, he may discover things highly dangerous
    • discovered — no one who had not this to fear has been
    • amounts almost to a temptation. Faust moreover is afraid he
    • this affair is over, Faust sees a very ordinary phenomenon
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    • caricature-lovers, and even today it is still widely
    • the dot over the i first used? The student knew that at once
    • discover the dot over the i in his parchment. But since that
    • the whole world, at any rate wish to govern it according to
    • believe the world can be governed by shadow concepts, do not
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    • who takes him over to the other world.
    • power over the worlds into which Faust is now to be
    • pass over into a different state of consciousness that
    • think over this and then to remember that it is all this that
    • is therefore to be given over to the Carthaginians. Sc he
    • Plutarch, who in a certain sense held sway over the mystery
    • Moreover,
    • its source down to its mouth always comes over again from the
    • an extended over the surroundings; naturally you cannot
    • not belong to the earth. It is impulse remaining over from
    • to portray something that actually happened and was moreover
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    • also see that Goethe did not set Faust over against
    • his state of consciousness, — to lead it over into that
    • such things, was turned to the perception of reality over
    • the Scene of Zeus, of Leda with the Swan. Faust is led over
    • arises in the soul of Faust the impulse to go over into the
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    • overcome the powers of Evil, partly to transmute them into
    • quite different mastery over the forces of Nature, the
    • possible for men to bring Evil over the Earth, by exploiting
    • Electricity itself, Evil comes over the Earth.
    • ship over the Earth, for ‘Asia’ at that time
    • itself, will be seized upon by Evil. Moreover, it will all be
    • Moreover,
    • fact that there is a Power that rules over the Sea. One must
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    • We should discover the working-together, the mutual relations,
    • why over and over again I emphasise that in Spiritual Science
    • discover truth merely on the path of thought or even on the
    • world permeated everywhere by reason; not over the single
    • ant, but over the ant-hill as a whole, over the whole
    • ant-world, over the whole bee-world, cosmic reason, so much
    • ancient cosmic epoch, and introduces it covertly into this
    • picture form, and which then passes over into external
    • hover,
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    • science will be widened, it will press on over further and
    • consciousness. That is all covered up in waking
    • a shadow is cast over the whole life of dreams. Thus, we
    • opposite can be hung over what is being experienced.
    • thoughts and ideas concerning what is left over from the Moon
    • humanity. For it means handing men over to the forces of
    • think over what you know from Occult Science namely, that the
    • meditate over every word! Thus men console themselves today
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    • able to discover by considering it anthroposiphically, but
    • lightness and darkness. If darkness laps over lightness, the
    • bright colors appear; if lightness laps over darkenss, then
    • over brightness, lightness any form of darkness is projeatd,
    • etheric body. And they become overdone, all these theories
    • life perhaps even earlier — he wants to discover
    • discoveries about Goethe when we reconsider the various
    • that we are able to discover in the light of Goethe's world
    • to discover rightly what is in the subconscious beneath what
    • feeling again to have gained the day over the international,
    • But we can begin all over again for, as the reality proved,
    • which to make discoveries if you will only take the plunge. I
    • he has to overcome if he wants to make his way to the
    • spiritual world — how he must overcome certain disagreeable
    • worlds of the spirit, but over the hearts of men it will be
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    • experienced by soul and spirit, sailing over the open sea wan
    • skin and look upon the human being as extending over the
    • something overwhelmingly significant in Goethe beginning
    • Galatea-impulse, can do no more than hover on its surface.
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    • to run over again the main thoughts then under consideration.
    • Faust for about sixty years. Moreover, we have to do here
    • Samothrace; he believed something was to be found there over
    • it hovers so lightly that the understanding, the intellect,
    • able to discover it. Our present capacity for knowledge is
    • they mean, what they stand for, passes over into the
    • the purely human, the animal from passes over, merges, into
    • these elements overpower what is here taking place. And it
    • over us unperceived. The holy mystery of waking is
    • north, he then wished to discover, for the benefit of his
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    • establish ourselves in life with our will that passes over
    • our stand in life with the will that passes over into action,
    • goal over all hindrances, disappointments and disillusions.
    • come. It is only when this coming age has passed over from a
    • dispersal, an overflowing. An opposite condition pulses in
    • evil, in a way overcame it, by what men were meant to be in
    • born, over and over again on the physical plane, and being
    • to shed over the whole incident the inner repose of the human
    • entered that, in order to overcome temptation, we should
    • poured out over the whole universe, over all cosmic light,
    • — namely, warmth. Warmth flows out over the abyss. Now,
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    • me something of an independent soul-spiritual life over against
    • in respect of this. If we want to discover our own being, then
    • Over against this there now appears that which I always call
    • outer life we give ourselves over to passive observations and
    • thoughts are given over to the outer world and then proceed in
    • which in dream is conjured up is overcome by him. In dream we
    • privation spreads itself over the whole soul life. All that one
    • overcome this pain. For it is this pain which is the expression
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    • prevails over everything that's been and is created. Nothing
    • development further, then, I may say, nothing else is left over
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    • pleasure, almost joy, when over the surface of the earth
    • increasingly be spread over the earth. That isn't the case, but
    • pleasure and joy spreads over the earth when an animal grazes
    • streams of joy weave over the earth when in autumn the sickle
    • plant, but so to speak looks at the plant growth over the
    • gone through divers metamorphosis. We discover, when we go back
    • theology much dust is raised over the Event of Damascus. Yet no
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    • natural science, to reduce all discoveries in that domain of
    • discover, co-existing with this attitude of resignation,
    • scientist was concerned, into a tissue of cells. This discovery
    • discovery, feelings and sensations play a great part in the
    • come within this period of materialism. Had these discoveries
    • prevailed, then these discoveries would have been so construed
    • discoveries in natural science the supremacy of spirit would
    • materialistically inclined that these discoveries became
    • accepted it unconsciously. Darwin's discovery per se
    • discoveries, he would be sure to invest Darwinism with a
    • discovered new facts, but even then those feelings which for
    • controversy upon the general question of organic evolution,
    • governing this region of dreams, and this will be a sign that
    • that has overcome the ancient superstitions. Yet theosophists
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    • karma. To do this he gave over eighty lectures in 1924 in which he
    • karma. To do this he gave over eighty lectures in 1924 in which he
    • subsequently discovered. (Roughly speaking, this is how they
    • their thoughts. Moreover, this inner fire was due to the
    • automatic. Today we are scarcely overcome by the longing to
    • is carried over into a later one by people returning into
    • over against all this I will now tell you of a kind of
    • spiritual research it can be discovered among the real things
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    • than conversation, as long as the Western world fails to discover and
    • But the kernel is still alive and if it can be discovered its radiance
    • something that flows over to them from the Spirit of the West.
    • Western spirituality can shine over to Asia and if it does,
    • wanders over the Earth without knowing what kind of being he really
    • to discover the true content of his name, for that must be sought in
    • A feeling of sadness cannot but overtake us when we realise that the
    • of these sermons and see if you can discover their fundamental trend.
    • spherical form of the universe, as you can discover if you study the
    • Finally, in the limb-structures, we can discover hardly anything of
    • constellation is a man walking over hard soil, fertilising or watering
    • the Cosmos; the lower part a product of the Earth. The Earth covers
    • Moreover the three first-mentioned are the three stages of life which
    • constellations. When we study the life of man, to discover
    • earthly realm — and then he will discover his true being, he will
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    • is to say with their forces when they are, in a sense, covered by the
    • and what we can work over in our thoughts. We are only really awake
    • in our acts of sense-perception and when we work over them in
    • around us, we are fully awake and then, in our thoughts, we work over
    • the tapestry of sense. And what we discover first, is the lowest stage
    • When we wake from sleep we pass over into the world of animals,
    • And so throughout our life, by means of what we cultivate over and
    • between death and a new birth. The more we have delivered over to our
    • impulses he develops an over-fervid, organic, animal-like love for
    • realm of the Angels, is very important. All over the Earth to-day the
    • forces which have worked over into this life from thinking as it was
    • he is to pass from a decline to a real ascent, man must overcome the
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    • the planetary spheres work upon what lies within the outer covering of
    • existence and that, fundamentally, this physical existence is governed
    • It is precisely in these days of tumult, when people all over the
    • Moreover, the effect of this influence is perceptible even to-day. The
    • maintain their stand against what is brought over from the East, first
    • humanity. They are afraid of what they must overcome if they are to
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    • near to poverty. By the brook that flowed past the house, in this
    • visiting the landowner in Rammenau. He had come over from his
    • already over. When the visitors, his host and the other persons
    • He felt indeed altogether unhappy over the whole affair, till he
    • boys were set in authority over the younger as prefects. Gottlieb
    • the direst poverty. He could take no share at all in anything that
    • incident was passed over, and up to the spring of 1790, that is for
    • overhear him discussing at Olten, whenever he found any specially
    • meditation and feeling and with man's whole philosophy. Moreover, in
    • event happened which upset all his plans. Disaster overtook Rahn,
    • poverty, but he himself was compelled to resume his
    • was the ideal which now hovered before Fichte's eyes.
    • glance back for a moment over this remarkable evolution. We first
    • and moreover in inviting to his University the man who had most
    • of every sort and kind poured in upon the Weimar Government, upon
    • hold. And so, in 1799, came about that unhappy controversy over the
    • lines about the basis of the belief in the divine governance of the
    • of this controversy. It is indeed grievous to observe how Goethe
    • a partner into his father's business, which had now been taken over
    • just as there are certain forces which must occasionally overshoot
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    • So it is perhaps no overstatement if we express the following view:
    • outside through windows, how the earth is being covered with its
    • festival, to which the heart was given over, a mood in which the whole
    • Over the house the star will shine bright.
    • Over the mountains the holy men ride.
    • over large parts of the earth and into the simplest hearts and minds.
    • enemy of evolution would want to drag what was great in one time over
    • From this point of view we also try to discover true art which springs
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    • work the whole world over.
    • overcome by the strong desire to see the form, the spiritual form of
    • similarity that can be discovered. This is because the
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    • fight against them. While fear and terror come over him and he is
    • generally spread out over many moments, over long periods of living,
    • anthroposophist in looking out over world and planetary destinies,
    • over the historical epochs and races of mankind — let them
    • souls watch over the succeeding generations. For him it is a sublime
    • The spirit is eternal. If your warriors slay those in the ranks over
    • Pythagoras was not a great man in having discovered his theorem just
    • spread out over the All. On the other hand you experience with
    • existence has been poured out with pain and bitterness over your
    • discovers and calls nerves he begins to perceive as a
    • horizon over the whole earth, where Krishna awakens in Arjuna the
    • out over all that we really have in us, which lives on from
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    • often dream in images derived from inventions and discoveries only
    • nearly strong enough to overcome the feeling of revulsion that says,
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    • fear and shyness comes over him if he has not yet attained it. He tends
    • a spiritual culture. Otherwise we shall be overcome by
    • dream-consciousness, we still are not able today to fully discover
    • a kind of overflow in his soul and belongs really to other
    • plane. We discover that we are seeing something we do not see
    • there is no such thing, but over there, there is. Indeed, when we
    • penetrate into that realm we also discover what it is to be deprived
    • beings. There we make a definite discovery. Through the actual facts
    • that meet us we discover that whereas on the physical plane good and
    • over into the other Jesus child and lived in that body until its
    • bringing it into our consciousness. Such truths we discover in
    • truths when we have discovered them in ourselves, in our own self.
    • discover the truth. You must get out of the habit of making
    • such a person in general would not be the most adapted to discover a
    • a discovery, provided of course he has made all the other necessary
    • wishes to discover through his own experience who Krishna is, he can
    • only make that discovery in the third realm. Arjuna's impressions,
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    • logical insight cannot help feeling the poverty and unfruitfulness of
    • the blue cup of the heavens was suspended over our earth. These great
    • came to an end with the discovery that by means of the spectroscope
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    • man has within himself over and above the kingdoms of nature that
    • once learns to distinguish these forces in man it will discover in
    • it will become possible to discover them if not to perceive them.
    • hard work and special striving, passed over into the body of the Luke
    • That depends on the whole way these things were discovered. Actually,
    • by the human understanding. It was not discovered in the form I have
    • truth about the two Jesus-children was not discovered by external
    • of soul. We shall feel that we may belong to that humanity that over
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    • creation coming over to us from a strange race, from the ninth or
    • real depth, even afterward when it passes over and becomes the
    • was in this work, this overcoming of the soul, that the experience
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    • lighted up man's soul; how there was hovering above it, so to say,
    • certain movements, when they arise, over-reach themselves
    • over and over, “In all religions the same fundamental essence
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    • shocks pass quite naturally over the soul when the whole course of
    • which I have just been saying: it must be overcome, must become for
    • as he enters into the Mysteries. What then remains, over and above
    • Mysteries consists in a person coming to the point when he overcomes
    • Now he overcomes these impressions of ordinary life; he knows he has
    • having poured himself out to a certain extent over the world, must
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    • way, and gone through the stage of having stood over the abyss —
    • has sprung, as it were, over the abyss of the Void, to pass into the
    • death pass over the Earth; we see disease and pestilence. And. the
    • sense, and a readiness to recognise facts that cannot be overlooked,
    • ease-loving, but on the other hand the fate of lovers of ease is such
    • Opposition is Ahriman. And souls that are lovers of ease make
    • carpet over the Earth. Formerly he looked at the plants and was
    • which the beauty of the Earth's plant-cover can evoke in the soul. And
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    • God took leave of the spiritual world in order to pass over into
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    • dead, withdrawn from the sovereignty of the soul; it must be made
    • Osiris legend we learn that the spouse of Isis was overcome by the
    • something dead which once was alive. And one sets out to discover what
    • Thus there is something in man that is withdrawn from the sovereignty
    • the organism which has been withdrawn from the sovereignty of the
    • the Grail, especially over to Sicily. Even as to-day, if we tread
    • so that this inner part becomes lord over the outer. Asceticism and
    • overcome — the elements which can so greatly disturb the Initiate
    • we must insist in the strictest sense on the rule of the soul over
    • infused with inner spiritual knowledge. Man must overcome the two
    • regions through which Parsifal went; he must overcome “apathy and
    • with him over to a later incarnation, he would not make a success of
    • pours out spiritual knowledge over the Consciousness Soul — only
    • and of the organism must be overcome through a strong permeation of
    • and grasped; though they can be discovered only by one who gets to
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    • time were Atlanteans. Geologians, indeed, are beginning to discover
    • man himself have not yet been discovered but that is only a matter of
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    • cause of the dream is a chair that has fallen over. Again someone may
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    • last hundred years under the influence of scientific discoveries. As
    • extent to which he achieves this; he becomes a sage and has power over
    • discover and solve the enigma of this soul. The teaching given by the
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    • of man. Goethe himself says that he was overcome with joy and a kind
    • of ecstasy when he actually discovered the intermaxillary bone in the
    • marvelous discoveries which by themselves deserve to make his name
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    • disciples of the Mysteries carried over into Art what they had seen in
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    • Nature is governed by one sovereign law which is that rhythm must
    • completely over to the ether-world and nothing remains from one
    • lower kingdoms of Nature. The consciousness of man will govern the
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    • overwhelming urge to sympathy and action contained in the human soul
    • hover in the astral nimbus of the Earth, we must have recourse to
    • to a point at which we are led over to ‘negative’ matter
    • substance and can be rediscovered there even those which occurred in
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    • The Atlantean had this power and was, moreover, able to draw from the
    • ‘man’ in our sense of the word — were governed by these
    • ‘brooding’ over it. This is to ascend from Spirit-Self to
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    • sky, nor to any other planet that astronomy might ever discover. The
    • over the mineral kingdom, the Earth has been changing, and we may
    • have power over animal life. When he has reached the stage of being
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    • is the governing principle of the new order of things. Thus three
    • implacable justice working over from one incarnation to another, the
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    • occupy the minds of modern theologians who only seek to discover the
    • evolution as a whole. True, occultism is at pains to discover the
    • was taken over by the races of the North: the Celts, the Germanic
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    • aquires more power over the physical body, and the
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    • prickling or stinging all over the body — a sign that
    • if covered with a veil. Everything around has lost its old
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    • overcome what is only in him. Then his interests become
    • initiate of the fifth grade had so overcome his personality
    • technical name for an initiate who especially governs the
    • one who has awakened his higher self, who governs the occult
    • forces of air. Jesus is the one who governs the occult forces
    • you have at the same time, the initiates who govern the four
    • is now incarnated in the flesh has no power over life, nor
    • over what stands, above life. He is only master of the
    • world. There, he exerts his mastery in everyday work over the
    • overcome the intellect and is able to lead it to the heights
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    • of anthoposophy. Steiner covers a wide range of topics including the
    • do. The Initiate can discover this by his own experience, for he can
    • of this word. When Jean Paul had discovered the “I” within
    • thus attain mastery over the etheric body, and what he has transformed
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    • of anthoposophy. Steiner covers a wide range of topics including the
    • we have been created from out of the invisible worlds. Moreover, nobody
    • does no harm.” No proverb is more untrue than the one which says:
    • of Devachan. When a man is observed over there by an Initiate, the physical
    • that has life flows over the Earth like water. Here the minerals cannot
    • need not involve any great discoveries; they may belong to everyday
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    • of anthoposophy. Steiner covers a wide range of topics including the
    • hover above the physical body, inactive, like a passive image; it works
    • Kamaloka is where we are, and the spirits of the dead are always hovering
    • These rays indicate the forces by means of which a man gains power over
    • which have not been transmuted. This corpse continues to hover about
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    • of anthoposophy. Steiner covers a wide range of topics including the
    • only a few thousand years ago this region was covered with primeval
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    • of anthoposophy. Steiner covers a wide range of topics including the
    • covered the ground, when wild animals of the torrid zone lived here
    • as though the Ego hovered in astral space and held the individual animals
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    • of anthoposophy. Steiner covers a wide range of topics including the
    • important that the subtler influences which pass over to them unconsciously
    • the most loving care. And we see another child born to poverty and misery,
    • which we see, carried over into the spiritual realm, as the law of
    • whole species of animal may change over the generations, but with man
    • poverty and misery; my abilities may be very limited; yet whatever I
    • live in accordance with it. If we do this conscientiously over a period
    • him to recover, it would be nonsense if his friend replied that he really
    • is nothing to prevent me from relieving any misery and poverty. On the
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    • of anthoposophy. Steiner covers a wide range of topics including the
    • his memory as much as he can; he must practise looking back over the
    • separate years of his life and over his life as a whole. In this way he
    • discover the fundamental one. These four temperaments express themselves
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VIII: Good and Evil. Individual Karmic Questions.
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    • of anthoposophy. Steiner covers a wide range of topics including the
    • outcome of experiences spread over a number of incarnations. Fundamentally,
    • then the power needed to overcome the evil will yield a power that can
    • if good is to rise to the heights of holiness, it must first overcome
    • Later on, when man has overcome evil, he can go on to redeem the creatures
    • of himself. Then he was able to look on the world over against himself.
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    • of anthoposophy. Steiner covers a wide range of topics including the
    • of the astral body surge against the physical body and overpower it.
    • solution: this has been discovered only quite recently.
    • shell-like structures as hovering forms; the finer substances he retained
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture X: Progress of Mankind Up To Atlantean Times
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    • of anthoposophy. Steiner covers a wide range of topics including the
    • furnished with an astral covering. The united body of Earth and Moon
    • there was still a common astral covering for all beings. This was the
    • over.
    • spread over this continent. In the course of millions of years they
    • they exercised a powerful influence over nature. Their sense-organs
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    • of anthoposophy. Steiner covers a wide range of topics including the
    • our land and you are walking over the graves of our brothers. The White
    • he could not discover any laws in it. He failed to see that the spiritual
    • a great wisdom governing all natural processes; that everything happened
    • and thus to rediscover something which the ancient Atlanteans had known
    • something from within themselves; they discover divinely-ordained laws
    • of nature and use them to alter the world. They discover the laws of
    • world by means of the laws of nature they had discovered, they had to
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    • of anthoposophy. Steiner covers a wide range of topics including the
    • of fellowship, which means overcoming all regard for your own Ego if
    • over into dreams. This is a very important bridge to higher occult
    • his daytime experience. If he exercises conscious control over them,
    • forces, normally used for overcoming fatigue, which animate the
    • over egotistically to them. The greatest artists owe their greatest
    • to progress slowly in the sense of the proverb about drops of water
    • development the pupil eliminates his own self entirely and hands it over
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    • of anthoposophy. Steiner covers a wide range of topics including the
    • its inner character. Modern civilisation must recover the forms it has
    • excluded from your thoughts, and if you continue to do this over the
    • kind of prickling pain all over his body. The outer sign is that in
    • and that the earthly world has fallen away. A black veil spreads over
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XIV: Rosicrucian Training - The Interior of the Earth - Earthquakes and Volcanoes
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    • of anthoposophy. Steiner covers a wide range of topics including the
    • overcome the lower self, and the higher form of self-knowledge which is
    • to know the Divine. “Know thyself” means also “Overcome
    • life; it must be overcome. This form of training is particularly well
    • for the fact that strife and disharmony exist there. In order to overcome
    • has to overcome their powers. When human beings have learnt to radiate
    • they will overcome the “Fire-Earth”. When spiritually they
    • overcome pain through serenity, they overcome the “Air-Earth”.
    • theosophical conception of the world must pass over into feeling —
    • will hover like a unifying spirit over our gatherings, and from there
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    • receiving communion while recovering from a severe illness. Looking
    • pastoral medicine. And we can discover the extent of such tasks if we
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    • first at certain phenomena in human life that easily slide over into
    • with the karma that works over from earlier incarnations.
    • that, for now the symptoms are beginning to play over into the soul
    • for recognizing when this stage passes over into the next. For now
    • examine such things as this if one wants to discover what will give
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    • their strong etheric body enables them to overcome the illness as it
    • decisions about their therapy. Moreover if physicians have some
    • understands these things. But the chatter over free will is far
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    • you encounter between death and new birth, only they are covered
    • over, veiled, by the physical material of the tree. Everywhere in the
    • goes over into the second. The etheric body is now relieved of the
    • of the etheric body to be “left over.” What flowed during
    • “left over” from the physical development works now
    • ideas are often very childish, and if one uncovers them and shows
    • over into the state of nonrenewal. The teeth maintain their life
    • worked over from this person's abnormal development up to the point
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    • then one discovers, for instance, that such a person feels a terrific
    • counteract it, just to discover what state the person is in, one can,
    • have the opposite: dreams are carried over into waking life, with the
    • etheric and astral bodies. Something is left over in the physical
    • complete waking sleep given over to the bodily functions, which are
    • organization is developing too early and is overpowering the physical
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    • with discovering how far a human being may deviate
    • through successive earth-lives; causes reach over spiritually from
    • this incarnation the man is extremely talented, carrying over from
    • beings constantly play. He is a distinguished poet. Moreover one may
    • life he is completely overwhelmed by the consequences of the animal
    • earth-life works over into the nerve-sense system of the new life;
    • what comes from the time between death and a new birth works over
    • fear of madness so overwhelms him that he must return at once to
    • overpowers him. He is standing there, he is bitten by the dog, and
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    • not just changing over from one process, inhalation, to another
    • given over to the coarser breathing process of the lungs, to the air
    • human being, and gives them over to the air-inhalation process. This
    • entire process, which lies over the air-breathing process and which
    • not allow to go over into the blood gathers deep in the subconscious.
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    • And we discovered that this finer inhalation carries karmic streams
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    • substance is not truly governed by spirit, but even so it has spirit
    • beings with the temple research. We must find the way to change over
    • interested in discovering medicinal remedies, although of course they
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    • There is something that is always overlooked
    • symptoms of human soul-life. Moreover one can work to prevent them.
    • satisfaction over the fact that materialism in science is on the
    • the theologians who want to overcome materialism in a modern manner
    • The daily sunrise and sunset as the sun travels over the arch of
    • that contains warmth, is given over to our metabolic-limb system. If
    • wonder in pondering over this rhythm of 25,920 years. One is awed by
    • entirely different path; it consists of what is left over by the
    • recent times when the great discoveries were made, for instance, of
    • gradually advances from meteorology to meteorosophy one discovers the
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    • being inherits overpower in a certain sense the forces that are
    • bodies, these bodies overpower the soul-spiritual entity, creating a
    • back to Christ, after the Father has given the leadership over to
    • happened at the death. That was not a death but the overcoming of
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    • receiving communion while recovering from a severe illness. Looking
    • pastoral medicine. And we can discover the extent of such tasks if we
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    • first at certain phenomena in human life that easily slide over into
    • with the karma that works over from earlier incarnations.
    • that, for now the symptoms are beginning to play over into the soul
    • for recognizing when this stage passes over into the next. For now
    • examine such things as this if one wants to discover what will give
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    • their strong etheric body enables them to overcome the illness as it
    • decisions about their therapy. Moreover if physicians have some
    • understands these things. But the chatter over free will is far
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    • you encounter between death and new birth, only they are covered
    • over, veiled, by the physical material of the tree. Everywhere in the
    • goes over into the second. The etheric body is now relieved of the
    • of the etheric body to be “left over.” What flowed during
    • “left over” from the physical development works now
    • ideas are often very childish, and if one uncovers them and shows
    • over into the state of nonrenewal. The teeth maintain their life
    • worked over from this person's abnormal development up to the point
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    • then one discovers, for instance, that such a person feels a terrific
    • counteract it, just to discover what state the person is in, one can,
    • have the opposite: dreams are carried over into waking life, with the
    • etheric and astral bodies. Something is left over in the physical
    • complete waking sleep given over to the bodily functions, which are
    • organization is developing too early and is overpowering the physical
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    • CHIEFLY CONCERNED with discovering how far a human being may deviate
    • through successive earth-lives; causes reach over spiritually from
    • this incarnation the man is extremely talented, carrying over from
    • beings constantly play. He is a distinguished poet. Moreover one may
    • life he is completely overwhelmed by the consequences of the animal
    • earth-life works over into the nerve-sense system of the new life;
    • what comes from the time between death and a new birth works over
    • fear of madness so overwhelms him that he must return at once to
    • overpowers him. He is standing there, he is bitten by the dog, and
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    • not just changing over from one process, inhalation, to another
    • given over to the coarser breathing process of the lungs, to the air
    • human being, and gives them over to the air-inhalation process. This
    • entire process, which lies over the air-breathing process and which
    • not allow to go over into the blood gathers deep in the subconscious.
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    • And we discovered that this finer inhalation carries karmic streams
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    • substance is not truly governed by spirit, but even so it has spirit
    • beings with the temple research. We must find the way to change over
    • interested in discovering medicinal remedies, although of course they
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    • THAT IS ALWAYS OVERLOOKED in this present age, something that has to
    • symptoms of human soul-life. Moreover one can work to prevent
    • satisfaction over the fact that materialism in science is on the
    • the theologians who want to overcome materialism in a modern manner
    • The daily sunrise and sunset as the sun travels over the arch of
    • that contains warmth, is given over to our metabolic-limb system. If
    • wonder in pondering over this rhythm of 25,920 years. One is awed by
    • entirely different path; it consists of what is left over by the
    • recent times when the great discoveries were made, for instance, of
    • gradually advances from meteorology to meteorosophy one discovers the
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    • being inherits overpower in a certain sense the forces that are
    • bodies, these bodies overpower the soul-spiritual entity, creating a
    • back to Christ, after the Father has given the leadership over to
    • happened at the death. That was not a death but the overcoming of
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    • something unspeakably poverty-stricken compared with what the ancient
    • sensible passes over directly into the supersensible, into pure
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    • controversy about every detail, please take it for granted that
    • Elohim. Now you know that these Elohim came over to earth evolution
    • sitting upon her eggs, and of her brooding warmth radiating out over
    • we have reconstructed the picture which hovered before the soul of
    • ether are those which govern the chemical affinities of matter, the
    • bring before us in a picture what hovered before the soul of the
    • hovered before the Hebrew sage.
    • the Beings of the Elohim as spread over the whole cosmos, we must
    • have the actual process. Then you have man expanded to cover the
    • over the edge of a plate, makes a form in the powder. Learn to feel
    • time the seer is to discover anew. That is the feeling which the
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    • sea over the true meaning of the impressive words of Genesis. Thus we
    • mineral of today, but a state of inweaving warmth governed by mineral
    • poverty-stricken, abstract thinking of today, plant species are just
    • directs its attention towards the plant-covering of our earth, it
    • cover our earth today with foliage and blossom, with trees and
    • of such a soul-stirring discovery how can we attach any importance to
    • “childish level,” when we rediscover in it the highest
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    • sound which is carried over the air, but recognise it as something
    • is only then that he discovers the forces which construct, which
    • straightforward manner, but that they overlap one another. And the
    • discovered by independent investigation. I can assure you that in the
    • was able to discover quite independently of that ancient record. But
    • capacities, a third takes over, and so on. When the Gnostics spoke of
    • taking over from another. It was only very much later that the purely
    • passed over to these Beings the task of carrying out in detail what
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    • This discovery enables us to enter more deeply into what I have
    • of Genesis we are told that darkness prevailed over the elementary
    • of this soul-spiritual entity) is described as weaving over the
    • think out the two complexes from what has remained over from the
    • something like indignation over the backward Beings; or he can make
    • brooded over the waters the warmth state was recapitulated; how in
    • peoples over whom for a specific period a Time-Spirit holds sway.
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    • we know from Spiritual Science, are to be rediscovered in Genesis. We
    • anything to do with Spiritual Science. Moreover, the fact that the
    • must pass over into our flesh and blood, that in clinging to external
    • external matter, through the elementary covering of the earth, to
    • what has made this earth covering solid, it would be natural to feel
    • devices it is all right. But when men think that they have discovered
    • on the ground; he cannot say that the water hovering above us comes
    • simple hypothesis. First it discovers certain physical laws, and then
    • it says that these laws apply to the whole of existence. It overlooks
    • rediscovered the totality of the hierarchies in the earth's
    • evolution depicted there, you discover that it is a recapitulation of
    • capacities which they had brought over from earlier stages they
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    • but that you felt “The real being of this rose which hovers
    • Moreover it does not
    • covers all words in all languages which mean that an inner spiritual
    • “days” of creation. Anyone who discovers through
    • discovered by scrupulous spiritual investigation should be
    • is true, a wonderful feeling comes over him — a feeling such as
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    • And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion overCh. I, v.26,
    • We shall not discover man in the earlier “days” of
    • soul-spiritual man hovers in the periphery of the developing earth.
    • clairvoyant hovering like a cloud in the vicinity of the physical
    • over the whole of our solar system. During sleep it is united with
    • with the laws which govern such things they had to progress to the
    • had walked over the earth, which was at that time covered with
    • discover the parallel subsequently. Just as gravity, electricity and
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    • was completely covered with volumes of watery mist. The separation
    • and the fertilising of the earth's soil with what still hovered in
    • the earth, the earth was still covered in mist.”
    • Bible what spiritual investigation had previously discovered.
    • startling discoveries we have already made have filled us with
    • by the ancient seers and rediscovered in our own day be spiritual
    • inspire in us a sensation of almost overwhelming reverence. And if
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    • description of the creation then goes on to cover all that happens
    • clairvoyant investigation one first discovers the true facts, then
    • hovered in higher regions, was not yet allowed to acquire an earthly
    • ousted from their sovereignty through the implanting of the human
    • woman, and moreover in such a way that the denser physical body
    • passes over into Atlantis, one would have to say: “And the man
    • discoverable by external means, and the farther back we go in
    • eyes would not have been able to discover the human being. Right up
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    • experience of Christ Jesus, we discover a strange and astounding fact
    • vanquishes the stone that has been rolled over His grave — we
    • exert himself to overcome the pressure of this knowledge, he must find
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    • What will come now is the spread of Bolshevism over Europe; that is to
    • although the cursory reader will overlook them as he overlooks so many
    • over this unhappy Europe, there can be no improvement. It is
    • time is covered by a layer of ashes. This turning-point divided the
    • perception of the divine and spiritual passed over into the views that
    • 19th century the dire need arose to discover the Event of
    • completely overshadowed by the principle of nationalism, because the
    • befitting the present age would be to overcome nationalism, to
    • a stone over the grave. In truth, two stones have been laid over the
    • Christianity will not rise from the grave until men overcome
    • the grave and covers it. The grave will remain covered until men again
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    • as well as this, when we look over the earth to-day we perceive a
    • certain unity extending over the globe — something by which
    • systems installed, cheques made out and cashed, all over the globe,
    • and the same will hold good for discoveries and inventions yet to be
    • extends over the globe and is the same in Tokyo, Rome, Berlin, London,
    • last few centuries a material civilisation has spread over the earth,
    • of calling this material culture an earthly culture! Moreover
    • earth, so must knowledge of the spirit be the soul that extends over
    • over the whole earth be necessary in regard to questions concerning
    • soul and soul over the whole earth. And what will weave from soul to
    • nothing of each other. But what will operate on a universal scale over
    • earth. The aim and ideal of spiritual science is to rediscover this
    • rays of what once streamed without differentiation over the whole of
    • Nazareth? We read that he was seized with anger, that he overthrew the
    • who governed the little territory of Palestine, knew anything of the
    • and that from the Mystery of Golgotha a power streamed forth over the
    • as yet beyond their reach. Moreover it was through Jesus that the
    • could the overcoming of what was then instilled into the human soul be
    • over the globe as the science of the Spirit belonging to all men in
    • while sects of different kinds scattered over the earth are at strife
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    • The Resurrection, the triumphant victory over death, the overcoming
    • the Good Shepherd, watching over the eternal interests of man as he
    • Victor over death, to vanish from the picture of the grave from which
    • consciousness that the living Spirit must always be victorious over
    • increasing materialism. Men wallowed in sentimentalities over the
    • ourselves the victory of the Spirit over the body. As history
    • over the altar of the Sistine Chapel represents in one aspect, a kind
    • Christ Who hovers above the Cross, looking down upon that which —
    • stimulus for overcoming human weaknesses and for raising the Spirit
    • suffering Chrestos as upon that which has been overcome. And now again
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    • their earthly life men could not have discovered themselves. For at
    • speaking — men could discover little through their own faculties.
    • Teachers did not cover the facts of birth and death. Hence before the
    • who study attentively what is left, can still discover by these
    •  “you will never discover its significance for human life.
    • the gods in their own realm — was proclaimed over and over again
    • shed darkness over the Mystery of Golgotha, the time has come when
    • theology in Basle — Overbeck, a friend of Nietzsche — should
    • of Overbeck, himself a Christian theologian. And this view is
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    • Mysteries, in times long before Christianity had spread over the
    • and that through One yet to come it will be covered by the arms of the
    • evolution of humanity, for the purpose of discovering the real
    • before the great Festival symbolising the victory of the Spirit over
    • Moreover, when at night the Atlantean left his physical and etheric
    • legends and myths which originated in Atlantis had come over with the
    • spread over the earth as religious culture in the several epochs of
    • victory over that body, and there was placed before men the great
    • time Christ lived in a physical body. And His victory over death
    • victory over what he experienced in the physical body; he will point
    • to the physical as something that has been overcome, surmounted. We
    • whom his life conforms, in that he too will eventually overcome death.
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    • evolution men could discover and know only in the secrecy of the
    • in the spirit can be victorious over death in matter. But whatever was
    • very ground of wisdom, about life overcoming death — this was
    • overcoming of death, achieved in such a way that the earth's forces of
    • the Christian account of Easter, achieve victory over death after
    • whereby the Spirit becomes victor over matter can be found in
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    • outer humanity and discoverable only by those who through Initiation
    • evolution of worlds? Let us look back over the great succession of
    •     “wholly engulfed in matter. Moreover, the materiality
    • And now we will cast our mind's eye over twelve centuries,
    • life with spirit, which make life victorious over death. This is the
    • resurrection of life, the overcoming of death and of
    • overcome all illness through the strong healing forces he unfolds from
    • force whereby illness can be overcome. Illness is not suffering.
    • Illness is an opportunity to overcome an obstacle by man unfolding the
    • members of his being, it was so difficult for him to overcome. All the
    • day in the spiritual world. Moreover it can be found, together with
    • etheric body and astral body. To this end it was necessary to discover
    • Risen One, a link reaching over from Christ on the Cross to the Christ
    • In the purified spirituality that has poured over the earth and
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    • death, has experienced the backward survey over his previous earthly
    • This taking over by Christ of the judging of a man's deeds is a result
    • over of the judgeship by Christ and the possibility of His
    • world-conception, have become arrogant and overbearing, now say:
    • some reason, to dispense with faith, to throw it over. But just as a
    • and shriveled all over, earthly bodies which would finally be so
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    • we should through love alone, we then discover in us something that
    • undreamt of by our ancestors — to transmit our thoughts all over
    • thoughts are cheerless; more-over, since we have had our present means
    • spread over the earth. But, in the last culture-epoch, souls who have
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    • buy a ticket and make the journey. He travels all over the world with
    • just run its course. For several days he goes back over his whole past
    • is actually a proof that the spirit continually wins the victory over
    • yet know these facts myself, but was only able to discover them later.
    • beyond death. Thus we work over our whole life as it transpires by day
    • over — one can almost immediately look into the spiritual world.
    • Thus we see that the terrible suffering which is poured over the world
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    • Christ-impulse, were the first Christians — and above, over their
    • view is discovered — namely, that in reality we experience our
    • and have been discovered from different starting points. We have also
    • takes place after death. We go over our life again in a kind of
    • retarding the soul's evolution. If you ponder over this you will see
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    • over once again with reference to certain qualities necessary for the
    • covers up what is in his etheric body. If he only possessed all the
    • human life it appears to us as if the accident had overtaken the man,
    • willed, actually willed by the astral body. Even if a man is run over
    • An infinitely deep and significant discovery can be made on coming to
    • Here on earth, physical life is always known of itself; while over
    • merely the material exists, not merely that which is given over to the
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    • physical world if none had ever been discovered? Nothing can be
    • something streamed over to him which beautified his life, and enhanced
    • olden times, whole peoples over and over again devoted themselves
    • forth, this expansion of oneself over the outer world. And that which
    • become clear to us. Over us there is a Being that in a limited sense
    • Science then each one could enter without overcoming his egotism. But
    • we have had to take trouble over it, than if it had been presented to
    • with the whole Cosmos. It recovers the forces which have been taken
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    • human life, one discovers wisdom in the so-called accident, but a
    • very frequently discovers in such cases that if hindrance had not
    • one knows the connection, one discovers that wisdom lies in the entire
    • in the memory; for we must always behold it over and over again and
    • which is concealed in us, which lives within our physical covering
    • Freund's innocence until the closing proceedings began, presided over
    • lids which usually almost covered his eyes — showing the
    • President with his eyes to the very depths and discovered, that even
    • even felt as if this invisible presence bent over his face. Now,
    • drink a glass of water and wait a little while to recover himself and
    • to pass. Finally, he overhears a conversation, whereby he learns that
    • he discovered a tooth had become loose and that he could easily remove
    • it, but ruminated over his own decay, as he himself shows in his
    • over afterwards. But while one puzzles out these ideas acquired
    • through the knowledge of nature, turning them over and over again in
    • over and over again, by saying: ‘Life in the human body is the
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    • outer darkness prevails over the earth, when the growth of vegetation
    • ‘the spiritual life’ spreads a veil over that which lives in
    • to the enlightened lawyers to think over what is good and evil, right
    • when we thus discover the image nature of our perception? Whence does
    • made the great discovery that no substantives exist. There are none.
    • cleverness, which simply overlook the fact that although single words
    • possibly have been ignorant of the Bible. He overlooks the fact that
    • snow covers the plains. As in many countries the day before the
    • children were sent over to their grandmother. The children went over
    • overtaken by a terrible snowstorm. They wandered over the mountains,
    • recovered a little, while certain neighbours and friends gathered in
    • of nature. They were discovered, brought back to the house, and the
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    • somnambulists. The consciousness of the sleepwalker is spread out over
    • the whole life of the environment and goes over into the other beings
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    • will, such an overabundance of life that it can sacrifice itself. Thus
    • between stroke and counterstroke is worked over in Devachan and
    • transformed into wisdom. What has been worked over and transformed
    • to activity. What has been changed into rhythm passes over into the
    • in Devachan all experiences have been worked over. That part of the
    • preserved which he has worked over and transformed, also the very
    • remain present, the short Devachan is soon over, and when he returns,
    • karma, passes over into wisdom. Wisdom is the daughter of karma. All
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    • In surveying the whole evolution: plant, animal, man, one discovers
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    • earth. What takes place on the other planets cannot be discovered
    • first the Earth became covered with a layer of peat, the remains of
    • such an accumulation of calcium. They were previously covered by the
    • primeval rocks out of plants. The plant kingdom gradually passes over
    • observed. Remedies discovered in this way always retain their effect,
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    • to discover the solid, for instance by entering into a rocky mountain
    • future, warmth of soul will flood over mankind.
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    • still hovered above what was manifested. From among these huge,
    • certain respect has overcome the pure man, who has taken into himself
    • come over; they became the activating impulse towards Earth evolution.
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    • environment. This however he did through pictures. Thinking hovered
    • They could then develop further on the Earth. What came over on to the
    • over from the Old Moon. This provides a physical foundation. In
    • achieved is Karma overcome and the human being can take up something
    • this. One half of what is sexual has been carried over into speech.
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    • differentiation will be totally overcome.
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    • senses goes over from the passive to the active. The passively
    • an influence over what is fluid.
    • And beings who today still [Gap in text ...] hover over the earth, as
    • place when the development of the human being led over from the Old
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    • current in a network over the earth; in all this man is working upon
    • be discovered. It has only existed for a few thousand years, because
    • be manifested, the Earth must pass over into an astral condition in
    • which forms can develop. The Earth then passes over into a Mental
    • Round everything is contained that man has worked over in the mineral
    • are only a few months old. After this the Earth passes over into its
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    • and there gives it over to still higher Planes.
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    • to be found in the camera, does one discover what is the specific
    • covering of the whole body in man.
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    • using the faculties he has won for himself, he works over everything
    • conscious mastery over the corresponding lower planes. On the physical
    • was brought about by the Devas. At that time he was governed by the
    • over himself, becoming a subordinate member in the service of the
    • application of the law governing groups of human beings. The single
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    • electricity had been discovered. There was a time when all this was
    • Everything that is occult has at some time to be discovered. The
    • incarnations. He has given over his physical body to the forces of the
    • the spirit, will over there perceive just as much of the spiritual as
    • the dead as to the one who has survived him. He who has passed over
    • existence. What the much quoted phrase, ‘To overcome separate
    • separateness must be overcome. This we do when we form human
    • seed and its life is carried over to the next Manvantara. Broadly
    • destined to become later what the moon is today. This must be overcome
    • to pass over to the next Globe, he will depart with the slag and
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    • the impulse to every important discovery; only then did the events
    • research can discover the name. The aim of these men was to work
    • over to blind chance, but according to these three aspects of Wisdom,
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    • which then comes over him is that of divine bliss, a state which is
    • his hands. In this way his development led over into the Atlantean
    • Then the purely personal, individual Karma passes over into the
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    • spiritual being, just as if we were walking over damp ground, leaving
    • teacher. We win them for ourselves when we have gained control over
    • the highest initiates, these actually overcome the Karma of Deeds. He
    • consciousness necessary for the overcoming of Karma. And now let us
    • of the last two. The more he has gained conscious power over Vijnana,
    • Vijnana: Consciousness necessary to the overcoming of Karma.
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    • covered with ice. At that time, the glaciers of the Alps forced their
    • lived on that part of the earth which is now covered with the waves of
    • these arose later. Thus over the head there was still an immense
    • thinks as an etheric head, has power over the etheric, whereas a head
    • which thinks in the physical brain only has power over the physical,
    • over the putting together of purely mechanical things. He can make
    • until the time when Atlantis was covered with the waters of the
    • wandered over the earth was then really a being folded together. The
    • a bell which descended like a dome over the human being who went on
    • the astral body is continually endeavouring to overcome the other
    • Now when man dies he gives over to the forces of the earth his whole
    • with him. The remainder falls away, for over this he can exert no
    • mastery; it came to him from outside. He can only exert mastery over
    • therefore in the case of the ordinary person is given over to the
    • which originally came over from the Old Moon and its opposite pole.
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    • retrograde beings who had fallen behind on the Old Moon had discovered
    • The overpowering of a human being by means of hypnotism is a still
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    • can gain an influence over him. He can therefore be influenced by
    • worked over on the Devachan plane. Like bells, the astral bodies,
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    • astral plane. It is only when feeling passes over into action that it
    • people shed tears over ‘Die natürliche Tochter.’
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    • transformation. Then he would pass over consciously from one world
    • into the other. This passing over would be no death for him, and for
    • over the earth. The astral earth consisted of human astral bodies
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    • passed over in the seed condition, went through a Pralaya and then
    • the third incarnation of the Earth he became a Moon-man. He bent over,
    • They passed over to the Moon. There also they had the possibility of
    • Jehovah all the Monads and physical man would be given over to the
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    • the end of its evolution. It again passes over into an etheric Earth,
    • These were the seeds which came over to the Earth.
    • activity, he will have worked over and transformed the mineral
    • go over to another Planet.
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    • consciousness that the planetary systems have been discovered. All the
    • astral and passed over to the following Round.
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    • over into astral substance. The astral Earth-Globe came into being. In
    • At first man had no power over the physical body and the etheric body.
    • He could also do nothing about the lower passions coming over to him
    • life of animals. He is equipped with all those things that come over
    • substance that had come over from the Moon, from the astral-kamic
    • animal substance. The possibility arose of leading over substance from
    • of independence. The new material was brought over from Mars.
    • brought down from Mercury. Christ united his sovereignty with that of
    • Mercury has come over from the Moon.
    • is mere wisdom; this must be overcome. True wisdom lies in the heart;
    • pass over once more into the seed condition.
    • carry his development over to Jupiter.
    • over into another condition of consciousness. The purpose of a Round
    • Round is to lead over into a new stage of consciousness. Thus the
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    • tiger is affected. When the tiger feels pain this goes over on to the
    • worked over and the Earth has dissolved, through this the next astral
    • What one gives physically to the infant goes over into his astral
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    • can be discovered today; it has been placed into the world. In the
    • Lemurian Age. There was a uniform temperature over the whole Earth.
    • of the Ancient Persian Sleep-trance. ‘Honover’ was the word used by
    • overcoming of egoism.
    • overcoming of egoism, but in such a way that the balance is held
    • direction the whole Earth will be overlaid with egoism. It is from
    • England and America that all the discoveries come that will cover the
    • Earth will be covered by a network of egotistic evil. But from a small
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    • so-called upper classes as opposed to the poverty-striken lower
    • follow. The Theosophical Movement would overcome this decline by love.
    • when we look at something remaining over from this time: the varying
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    • over to vegetarianism and so on.
    • existed a Sun nourishment. Just as milk has remained over from the
    • Moon, products have also remained over which gained their maturity
    • went over to the Sun-food. This is why Jehovah would not accept Cain's
    • kingdom, that remains over from the past.
    • Root-Race had taken over their traditions from the time of the
    • Then the entire human being will again be etheric. It will pass over
    • not bring it about. For this he must first pass over to the
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    • place. It was their task to carry over a new civilisation into the
    • race. This original Semitic people who, one can say, discovered
    • The Europeans also came over from Atlantis to Western and Central
    • perfected, was lacking. Thinking was governed by the idea that
    • Persian thinking was governed by the concept of time. Zervan Akarana
    • Atlantis, a colony led by initiates traveled over to Asia. A special
    • expression over in Asia. For instance Muspelheim and Niflheim are a
    • overcoming of physical force through intelligence is here inaugurated.
    • symbolism of the Star-Religion was now led over into the human. In the
    • knowledge of God in the stars was led over into the personal.
    • and Arabian influence which came over from Asia. It is always the same
    • tribes. What originally came over from the West was related to what
    • throwback into the Atlantean Age. And this happens everywhere, over in
    • find Buddhism most widespread with what has remained over from the
    • Theosophy must not be only what is carried over from the old, from
    • could have expressed. What there appears over-ripe appears in him as
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    • govern our outer being, the latter by seeking the essence and purpose
    • the discovery of evolution to be its greatest achievement. In animals,
    • overcome, just as was the scholarly opinion of an earlier century,
    • every case, one of the four members achieves predominance over the
    • influence appear to have no control over their thoughts and
    • lingering over an impression. They cannot fix their attention on a
    • member of the human organization, becomes master over the others. As a
    • result, the melancholic feels he is not master over his body, that he
    • predominates seek to triumph over all obstacles, to make their
    • overall form.
    • enthusiasms will overcome their native indifference towards the world.
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    • to himself: “What I can ultimately discover and retain, what I
    • spiritual which are also to be discovered in the whole range of
    • investigator discovers from quite another side.
    • which pours, as it were, over the whole inner organization in man and
    • upon whether the etheric body has or has not command over the
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    • and development — we referred to the fact that we discover how
    • namely, the gaining control over what we may call our bodily
    • advantage over the animal, that he has to make the effort to acquire
    • superiority over the animal ears the imprint of what is within him as
    • then discover that we have in front of us a cube in the rock salt, an
    • which for man's life should not be overlooked. We dare not
    • indeed overlook it in its content, in its inner nature — I am
    • poured out as if in the unconscious, the soul that flows over the
    • discovered for mankind the physical laws of mechanics.
    • which he is able to imprint upon things the laws discovered
    • ennobled and purified instinct man creates what he discovers only
    • question of giving man preference over the animal or not; that would
    • If we think this over
    • himself struggle to attain them — when they can discover how
    • accomplished anything but this one deed, if he had discovered nothing
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    • mission it is to direct and govern the phenomena of Nature. Such
    • now given over our riddles and our questions to universal space. These
    • that he turned over certain questions in his head, as a modern
    • cosmos if he were to discover the answers to cosmic riddles. For he
    • In our present age only lovers like to dream in the moonlight! Men of
    • over in his head, and expect answers to arise from his own brain. The
    • over to the impressions of his senses, when he allows these questions
    • Moreover, he learns to understand how spirituality is brought back
    • on earth to spread over the cosmos. An eclipse is a physical event
    • Luciferic way, the evil that spreads over the earth, in order that
    • undulating light over the earth without aim or
    • The moonlight does not cast its spell on lovers only — it has an
    • the form of many different plants in order to discover how far each
    • discover the connection between a spiritual principle — something
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    • governing the gasiform or aeriform states, could ever have produced
    • cosmic spirit-and-soul. But this would be what has remained over from
    • What must in this way be stated as a fact was discovered, as I said in
    • questions, giving them over to the stream flowing out towards the rays
    • sky they gave over their questions to currents streaming in the
    • difficulty, for actions lasting over a lengthy period of time were
    • often extending over a period of many years, constituted the questions
    • cosmological studies they had discovered that the Venus-forces enable
    • to that of the Venus-forces, they discovered that the nature of the
    • the cosmos. To discover whether some metallic element found in a plant
    • remedial effect of aurum was discovered; its effect is to bring
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    • intelligence finally discovers in itself is present in the phenomena
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    • blossom. Generally speaking, it floats cloud-like over the vegetation
    • the human organism are due, for example, to over-exuberance of the
    • Over-exuberance of the plant-element must always be combated by
    • spread with over-exuberance into outer cosmic space were it not kept
    • everything of a slate-nature is spread all over the earth is connected
    • carried all over the earth by all kinds of currents, especially
    • element are so overpowering that the unfolding of plant-life — in
    • interesting discoveries about the extent to which the mineral element
    • If one has insight into all this, one also discovers the healing
    • nitrogen, in his organism, ensures that the laws governing the
    • modern scientists cannot help discovering the presence of lead right
    • what is implicit in the discoveries of natural science —
    • discoveries with which, in the context of ordinary general knowledge,
    • the spirit-and-soul element in the cosmos. This too must be discovered
    • we rediscover things we cannot learn from tradition. Only when we can
    • proceed to rediscover them, we also feel a true reverence for what was
    • these rediscoveries and the Mystery of Golgotha.* For this, I
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    • this one thought was how the European man can look back over a number
    • of centuries, or over the last 2000 years, how the European can look
    • experience. Moreover, that we are able to fill the auditorium with
    • same things over again but to keep on having fresh experiences —
    • who brings forth the fruits of the earth and presides over the
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    • pursued over the years, we have recognised that the striving after
    • darkness over man, that the spirit light, finding him immature, may so
    • We will let our gaze sweep back over the characteristic civilisation
    • too much to do it is possible indirectly to over tire it more and
    • the universe; one thing passes over into another, the later being
    • from the mysteries and initiation centres pass over into the general
    • studying a plant would give the flower preference over the root
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    • experience the deepest longing to discover the nature of the worlds
    • when wanting to discover his desires and cravings, but he has to
    • content of soul, this quality of soul that the man carries over with
    • all on crossing over; they must be left behind. So you see how at the
    • from him, including the being. The being must draw a veil over the
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    • Moreover, man can also look at himself from outside. He can observe
    • in the first stages of initiation that man discovers that, of all that
    • constitutes man, nothing at all can be carried over! It is neither
    • carry over nothing at all into the spiritual world; everything must be
    • must lay aside his egoism in order to pass over selflessly into the
    • of himself over and above his longing for immortality, he has a
    • nothing, can pass over into the spiritual world. We thereby prepare
    • carried over! We should leave everything behind and yet take something
    • etheric body for every single human being over and over again. You set
    • holds active sway over my etheric body, and bit by bit awakens
    • oneself, is the crossing over to life in the astral body. When this is
    • attained, when this leap over has been made and you know this is now
    • but yourself alone! You are overcome by a feeling of what may be
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    • spiritual world we are confronted with beings alone, but over against
    • over man's sleeping life so that he begins to experience another way
    • yourself. This being within the beings is extended over your whole
    • can say to himself that, if he wishes to live over again as an echo in
    • possible that this particular mood poured out over the soul during
    • mood of what pours itself out over a soul when it feels itself within
    • this poem and try to discover the mood flowing into it. Starting from
    • poured out over the whole world. You have indeed the feeling that it
    • evolution passed over at that time from the spiritual into the
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    • endeavours seek such phenomena as are governed by laws different from
    • in the divine, since with overwhelming tragedy he permeates earth
    • existence over into eternity. Because it is thus loved, it takes its
    • and Ahriman are working in this labyrinth, and man has to discover how
    • imperfection rectified. In other words, I must take over in another
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    • that this is not so. It is true that one can see, observe, discover
    • nor does it exercise any influence over it. Previous understanding
    • after Christ have had some special advantage over their
    • those who have their night-caps down, not only over their heads but
    • right over their eyes and ears, will be induced to take them off.
    • when they live over again the mutual love that has been shown. We have
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    • clairvoyant consciousness discovers in the human life of Perception,
    • of the senses means that our inner life is impoverished through our
    • something so subjective, it cannot directly pass over into the object
    • darkness of night is spread over normal consciousness and
    • field of consciousness; he overlooks, as it were, all that does not
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    • over his development. Spiritual wisdom in our unconscious existence,
    • discovers what the astral body and Ego of man experience when they
    • described how he diffuses himself over external space and how he
    • then works further upon our feelings; but over there it is the case
    • that when one has passed over the point which we have still to
    • evolution of humanity has Lucifer greater power over man than at this
    • remain in the Spirit; thou canst carry over into the spiritual light
    • him. And when he is enveloped by the covering of the body, when he
    • who watch over him undertake his development.
    • are led forth into space, Lucifer has no power over us and there is
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    • one discovers through spiritual investigation is that in the human
    • deeper into our being we discover that while we are conscious of
    • the surface; below, forces are active which extend over the whole of
    • be held over till the future, only after death may that appear which
    • which can grasp and understand the discoveries made by the spiritual
    • were, entirely overlaid with ‘mirror-foil’ and only when
    • it is completely overlaid, are we so conscious of ourselves that we
    • can say: ‘I am an I’. But the complete overlaying has
    • through the covering of ‘mirror-foil’ being perfected,
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    • believe in spirit here, he is overflooded by it there. His task is
    • clearly understand that something like a shadow lies over this
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    • like a bowl, there are the stars, over it pass the sun and moon. Man
    • overcoming him, in another case it may be that he can hold out longer
    • thoughts in the ordinary way is overcome and this spiritually
    • great loss when after death the power of memory is overcome and we
    • the soul must, however, be overcome. As long as these are not fully
    • overcome we still have a connection of desire with our last earthly
    • nature of the force which we have now to overcome, and this
    • overcoming takes decades to accomplish: but it is revealed
    • gradually decline, it must be entirely overcome and this takes
    • overcome our connection with our last earthly life and this is why,
    • over the spiritual world, in order that we may not only see the
    • spiritual solitude during which we live over again in our soul, what
    • consciousness is aroused which expands over the whole of the
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    • Then we discover something else
    • of which become fishes, the rest perish. We look out over the fields
    • carry this over into external material life, and were to say: ‘But
    • warehouses and governed by the money market, and then the producers
    • Otherwise this could not at the present time have been brought over
    • bear us quickly over. We should not be able to make the connection
    • with our memory, but the Christ-impulse would carry us over. This is
    • already mentioned that we transform the forces we bring over from the
    • of the Spirit — this we bring over with us into existence, but
    • developed toward the future would otherwise gradually overcome
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    • of cosmic responsibility which must overcome man if he holds in view
    • experience which comes over us when we allow the ranking of the
    • over. Banished ... and that which ought to live in men's
    • of view, and with various aims, we can cast a backward glance over
    • awareness of some people concerning property or poverty. This impulse
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    • change overnight. We must strive towards a differentiation of a great
    • You see, however hard one may try to discover, with the most exact
    • it is through the overcoming of self that something valuable, not
    • the Gospels (though certainly they ought to be read over and over
    • to spread over the entire face of the earth. In a certain sense that
    • dividing itself up into separate sections all over the earth —
    • all over the world Christ is spoken of, and people believe, simply
    • merely discover our human nature between birth and death: we must
    • rediscover it, if we are to be Christians in the true sense, able to
    • draw near to the Christ. And this rediscovery of our human nature
    • Whatever opinion, whatever outlook on life, you discover in the least
    • there is one thing you will certainly experience and discover. Out of
    • looking over one's shoulder and saying repeatedly: “Thou art
    • looks over our shoulder, who heightens and refines our sense of
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    • whole of reality, and that over against the perceptible we set the
    • words which purport to tell of the spirit echo through them. Moreover
    • concerned to understand exactly what it is. Moreover, the various
    • for the antipathies which remain over from the super-sensible world.
    • how thought could be carried like an arrow over great distances by
    • false direction by the overwhelming influence of Ahrimanic
    • needs as a consumer, shall continually pass over into the spiritual
    • recover belief in the spirit. Oh, there are plenty of prophets ready
    • round the country saying over and over again: “People must turn
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    • controversial is all that can be said about the “ether”
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    • swim in the cerebral fluid; moreover the weight of this fluid which
    • is overwhelmed by the weight of matter. See then this memberment of
    • sense overwhelms the physical, while for the rest of our body the
    • forces and functionings of the physical organisation overwhelm those
    • before. It is displaced, — it appears elsewhere. Moreover you
    • the contrary, the dimming rays back into the light but is overwhelmed
    • shades of colour; downward, the light outdoes and overwhelms the
    • overwhelms and outdoes it. So there arise the lighter shades, —
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    • direction pursued by Science in modern time. Moreover — I speak
    • passing over into yellow, and at the upper edge a blue passing over
    • They then overlap in the middle and form what we call a continuous
    • Moreover I shall always find a red edge outside, — in this
    • — more or less indistinct. Moreover in this case (
    • resistance of the water is harder for me to overcome. Hence I must
    • we shall try gradually to discover how the many-coloured world
    • will discover that this is being done with quite a number of the
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    • is diverted upward. Moreover, as we said before, it is not only
    • interposed in the path of the light. Moreover this dimness, as we
    • overwhelms and outdoes the darkness. We get the yellowish or
    • over-whelms the dark. Thus as you look in this direction, however
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    • too; it then appears displaced downward instead of upward, moreover
    • seeing spectres; it hovers, fleeting, in space. Such colours
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    • space. It is projected moreover to a position different from where it
    • prevents our discovering the bridge between the soul-and-spirit on
    • with respect to the realm of light. Moreover both to the one and to
    • however, other phenomena have been discovered. Thus we can make a
    • supposed the mere elastic ether to be working. Such discoveries of
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    • arises where the light from the right-hand source is covered.
    • shadow is, is simply a dark space. Moreover, looking at the surface
    • cushion with a white crochet cover, through the rhombic-patterned
    • proverb says, “durch zweier Zeugen Mund wird alle Wahrheit
    • our being are in the things; moreover we are in them even more
    • localized sense as of the perception of light. Moreover, precisely
    • think it over in the meantime. Taking our start from this, we will
    • thermometer inside, you would find it a little over
    • vice-versa. But they exploited the discovery in metaphysical
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    • have gradually discovered what kind of movement it is. It takes
    • main things we now have to discover is what happens when we
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    • draw your attention to the development of electrical discoveries,
    • they discovered, in addition to this “frictional
    • had discovered something of very great significance. He had found
    • had discovered what Volta, a little later, was able to describe
    • we turn attention to the discovery made by Galvani. We have what
    • electricity and its effects. It was then these discoveries which
    • Julius Robert Mayer, the brilliant Heilbronn doctor had discovered.
    • discover kinships which were to prove at last that some abstract,
    • of some genius, discovered the so-called electric waves —
    • interesting discovery:— he found that the electrical
    • comparison. It seemed like incontrovertible proof that the way of
    • Hertz's discoveries were still the twilight of the old, tending as
    • to be raised all over again:
    • most interesting things was discovered in the 1890's by Roentgen
    • with magnetic and electric forces. Other discoveries followed. You
    • these researches it was presently discovered that there are bodies
    • in what may be described as the electrical domain. Moreover, all of
    • beings of Thought, of Feeling and of Will. Moreover, as I have
    • Will. Moreover the occurrence of physiological electricity in
    • admit it — towards the overcoming of matter. Moreover they
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    • radiation emerged. The first to be discovered were the so-called
    • Figure IXc). They shew distinct properties. Moreover, yet
    • transfer this angle over here, then. Likewise this angle
    • ß, over here; again it remains the same.
    • discover: whilst in the space which I myself construct in thought
    • processes outside are governed by quite another geometry, and it is
    • moment he wakes up. A chair has fallen over. This was the impact
    • dreaming while awake. Moreover, until we recognize it for what it
    • — where electricity lives and moves. Moreover when you do so
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    • membrane covering something lying behind it? And is there something
    • the film covering the outer world and the resistance in the inner
    • sleeper which have been given over to a world that is to begin with an
    • over to a world of which he has no consciousness, of which he knows
    • this world to which man's inner self is given over, into which his Ego
    • While he is asleep man is given over to the Macrocosm, poured out into
    • During ecstasy he is likewise given over to the Macrocosm, but then he
    • ecstasy expands over the Macrocosm, and you will be able to conceive
    • When the Ego spreads over the Macrocosm, it loses the faculty of
    • indeed given over to a spiritual world but it is a world which tears
    • out into the Macrocosm. Every night he passes over from his
    • experiences poured over the outer world. Thus the mystic, through
    • what is experienced by a person in ecstasy, when he is given over to a
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    • over his body. A kind of lethargy begins to overpower him. First of
    • overcoming him, for in normal life he does not order himself to go to
    • influence is given over on waking to the external world of the senses.
    • ponders over them and lets the feelings of pleasure, pain, and so
    • forth, merely echo on within him, then he is given over to his
    • this outer world and work over them inwardly, then we are given over
    • to the Mind-Soul. But if we now take what has been worked over in
    • passing over to deeds, then we are given over to the
    • them, then I am given over to my Intellectual or Mind-Soul. I am
    • in order to hand them over, I am performing a deed; I am
    • work over in thought the impressions of the outer world, but to relate
    • threefold life of soul by day is given over to the forces designated
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    • covers these two members on waking, the veil that prevents us from
    • very faint and weakened form only. That is what would come over a man
    • overpowering strength if he were to look consciously into his own
    • power that it would seem to be diffused over everything encountered in
    • sheaths would have an overwhelmingly paralysing effect upon him if he
    • experiences such feelings over and over again can imbue his soul with
    • proving himself victorious over pain and suffering for a long, long
    • time can he develop the strong powers needed by his soul to overcome
    • to itself over and over again: ‘Whatever pain and suffering still
    • is actually capable.’ Strength is developed only by overcoming
    • Is it possible to discover, in connection with the nocturnal state,
    • intense, overpowering experiences which the best representatives of
    • human consciousness a veil is drawn over everything that man would
    • sense-world is spread over the underlying spiritual reality. Why
    • terrifying bewilderment would come over him, for the phenomena are so
    • bewildering spectacle. He would be overcome by a tremendous
    • to overcome the bewilderment that might come if we were to enter
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    • into us when we are given over to the Macrocosm during sleep? This
    • feeling is then transformed into an overwhelming obligation to promote
    • epoch to epoch. Those Cosmic Powers to whom we are given over every
    • But if the feelings of thankfulness and duty are experienced over and
    • over again, they will be transformed ultimately into definite vision
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    • self, however, is not without danger; moreover it cannot be done at
    • be repugnant to a man of today and to which, moreover, he need not
    • he were identical with them, but as if he were hovering above them
    • and his next birth. What there passes over as a second corpse into the
    • personality, he must take him back once again over the path already
    • of his retrospective journey he discovers that in a certain epoch of
    • inevitably discover that the self-seeking Ego asserts itself with
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    • be subdued. The Ego had as it were to be given over to the spiritual
    • experiencing the condition during which he is given over to sleep. We
    • only a last and moreover entirely misunderstood echo of acts once
    • is something that might be described as a kind of new veil over the
    • were laid along his path. But by overcoming these dangers his soul was
    • not have his present structure, his upright gait, his over-arching
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    • everything earthy in the Elementary World and he overlooks all the
    • If we can put this question to ourselves over and over again while
    • over and over again that nobody who has had experience in this domain
    • overcoming these imperfections and acquiring the qualities he now
    • realisation: When I look back over my present life and into my
    • being overcome by awe or discouragement.
    • overcome life's difficulties. But if, before entering into the
    • strength to overcome obstacles, to welcome pain for the sake of
    • has already developed triumphs over all obstacles and is also akin to
    • to overcome all imperfections is that this imperfect
    • overwhelmed by the sight if consciousness did not cease. But there
    • say to ourselves: You will overcome all obstacles — then the veil
    • that falls over the soul on going to sleep, is lifted. The veil
    • overstep. Whenever a person uses this little word “one” in
    • they actually like to make the veil constantly darker over the world
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    • Elementary World. Moreover something also streams in from the World of
    • Macrocosm. As you know, our measurement of time is governed by the
    • otherwise here too we should be governed by the number twenty-eight.
    • the plant reveals to him; he must gain the mastery over his appetites,
    • nature has won the victory over the lower, when his red blood has
    • nature over the lower. In man, unlike the plant, the lower nature must
    • be overcome. The red rose can be for us a symbol of the purified red
    • Moreover only when we have joy in building up the symbols, when we
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    • logical thinking and then discard it in order to pass over to thinking
    • needle or if very hot water is poured over their heads. But how many
    • time, was over-worked and fatigued. He was able to feel the refreshing
    • unity and means impoverishment. Philosophers whose only aim is to
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    • this extension of consciousness over the past, is connected with
    • On thinking over this carefully, you will see that this statement is
    • going back over the days, your memory says to you: “It must have
    • discover. It tries to explain the origin of a planetary system by the
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    • Now let us think of a man passing over into the state of sleep. He can
    • and healthy. That is something which cannot be over-emphasised. A
    • ordinary way. A lover of abstractions can go on asking
    • was in existence and moreover had within it the basis for a future
    • that as individuals we have no power over what our larynx produces,
    • folk-language; we have as yet no individual control over what is
    • souls over the whole globe. Therewith something is said of untold
    • lead to intense egoism, but the logic of the heart overcomes egoism
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    • and soul. This idea of man as a being of body and soul governs
    • he cannot get very far. Another person discovers that a result
    • with scientific methods. We then discover that hunger, thirst,
    • discovers certain physical processes in the digestive system
    • What is normally called self-observation, an introversion
    • intellectual virtue over our own souls.
    • patience is demanded over the years by scientific method,
    • the thread of outer events. Now we discover what it is that
    • discover a continual current in the life of the soul. Just as
    • the spirit, which we have discovered, orders the sequence of
    • that in taking over what is inherited at birth or conception,
    • we discover the spiritual, which gives us our first view of the
    • spirit- soul beings that we really discover. The spiritual
    • regions are discovered in which the ego performs its
    • discovered when we direct our attention to the animals, plants
    • and minerals. And we discover further where lies the mystery of
    • spirit we are able to have an overall view of what is portrayed
    • has an overall view of natural science as well, and he also
    • overall view. The resulting view is then like the tree that has
    • In order to acquire an overall view, the being of man has
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    • science over the whole world has had to say about this region
    • concerned cover a wide field. Today I shall select only a
    • spiritual world, having overlooked or forgotten how he really
    • always overjoyed when they have their first experiences of a
    • something that is over in a split second. In fact, this is even
    • the experience is a spiritual one, it is over before the
    • done, are not suited to gaining the necessary control over
    • spirit. If we speak about what has been discovered by the
    • investigation he discovers that in sleep the human being
    • the basis for all of them. Moreover, the scientist of spirit
    • rich soul life. A poverty-stricken soul life can come about,
    • son had passed over and that his soul was helped on the other
    • described it all so exactly, we can discover the true facts of
    • unconscious is a predominance of the animal functions over the
    • make a remarkable discovery. We would discover that if we speak
    • other things, we can perceive how what we experience over the
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    • have taken over from the last century and with which we have
    • but instead of passing over into the dullness of
    • Guardian of the Threshold, we cross over a new threshold into
    • grown. We obtain an over-all view of the relationship of
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    • will discover in the first place that during our present age he has
    • of Spiritual Science. Admittedly, occult truths can be discovered
    • only by the seer, but when they have been discovered, and expressed
    • Ahriman, to acquire influence over the souls of men. And only when
    • Ahriman had not gained power over the souls of men. The reason why a
    • feeling as if he were hovering in the air.
    • themselves that to overcome this fear was of very great significance.
    • self-training in hand and if they had succeeded in overcoming this
    • of moral courage within the soul, is a victory over Ahriman, whose
    • a fruit of such meditation one may look back over a great part of the
    • to realise that the inner life of the ‘I’ can pass over into
    • the soul-force is passing over into the pulsing of the blood. If the
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    • was given through Michael. This revelation can be discovered in
    • more laws will be discovered through the use of the senses, but the
    • was given over to the elements of the earth, and from that time onwards
    • physical body, for that was given over to the physical earth and is
    • earthly materialism were carried over, and these seeds developed in a
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    • us, we can have a feeling akin to the one of pain over the death of a
    • rightly understood, not erroneous but entirely proper. Moreover, if
    • instead to discover the seeds of spiritual life in the highly
    • in a practical sense, they wanted to discover the depths and
    • dwells a common element that need only be discovered to create peace
    • repeatedly he saw how thinking extends itself over everything
    • if love gains the lead over thought, then this love can attain the
    • through the kingdoms of the outer world, then I discover the spirit
    • discover “I.”
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    • us, we can have a feeling akin to the one of pain over the death of a
    • Now, I want to place another man over against these two. This other
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    • us, we can have a feeling akin to the one of pain over the death of a
    • shifting the right axis over the left. Nor does he have a full
    • was taken over by science, if we are to correctly comprehend its
    • discover in the thinkers of old the modern concepts that have been
    • It is surprising, very surprising, to discover that ancient
    • blood awareness was lost. Now the time had come to discover the
    • astronomy, on the other the discovery of the circulation of the blood
    • experience; instead, we discover the physical circulation of the
    • investigations as led, for example, to Harvey's discovery of
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    • us, we can have a feeling akin to the one of pain over the death of a
    • no surprise therefore to discover this mathematical order in the
    • can no longer be discovered within this particular world
    • favor the old Ptolemaic system over the Copernican. But this must be
    • Today, however, we are surrounded and overwhelmed by the world view
    • things that were discovered by unprejudiced investigation of the
    • discoveries that I opposed. On this occasion let me state
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    • us, we can have a feeling akin to the one of pain over the death of a
    • relating to matter. He speaks of the existing controversy or debate
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    • us, we can have a feeling akin to the one of pain over the death of a
    • we want to discover the nature of geometry and space, if we want to
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    • us, we can have a feeling akin to the one of pain over the death of a
    • with the aid of his own experiences in order to rediscover in the
    • Galileo is in a sense the discoverer of the laws governing falling objects.
    • another person moving over a given area, it makes no difference for
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    • us, we can have a feeling akin to the one of pain over the death of a
    • the more we discover an instinctive spiritual knowledge, an instinctive
    • clairvoyant perception of what goes on behind the scenes. Moreover, we know
    • instinctive science of initiation, we can discover that until the
    • ideas and examine them closely, we discover the source of these
    • be based on the physics and chemistry that are discovered in the
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    • us, we can have a feeling akin to the one of pain over the death of a
    • rediscover velocity by observing motion. You may stare at
    • Anthroposophical spiritual science must discover in addition to this
    • preserved. There we can discover all that once existed, right back
    • that we must rediscover being in semblance, just as we must
    • rediscover velocity in movement. Then, we will understand what this
    • corpse of the future, the future element of death, if we discover it
    • shall have to discover how the inanimate, the dead, dwells in the
    • endowed with being, have the opportunity to spread out over what is
    • discovered. Scientific literature offers such indications everywhere.
    • physiology. As soon as the real facts are discovered, physiology will
    • discovered but don't understand. Those of us who work in the
    • feeling, almost akin to one of pain over the death of a person. If
    • over the chimneys, the factories, the telephones — everything
    • inner life. In it, he discovers that the spirit really speaks to him.
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    • science itself must come certain questions simply overlooked in
    • considerations which have been overlooked owing to exclusive attention
    • ahead of him. Since the problem stated that Achilles has to cover
    • every point covered by the tortoise, the tortoise will always be a
    • whole thing is absurd. But if we reason that Achilles must cover the
    • thinking “Achilles must pass over every point covered by the
    • The moment we pass over from kinematics to mechanics where force and
    • the fact that it is simply impossible for men to carry over to
    • and carry over to the sun what we have determined from observations
    • made over a small property to him but he has begun to squander it. He
    • things. For instance, it explains how when I rub my finger over a
    • than we imagine them to be when we carry over the observable into the
    • not agree with the calculation. The latter passes over reality. It
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    • noting the movements of this lever-arm over a scale. When I press here
    • words earth, air and water over into old writings where Grecian
    • to theorize over the way in which the atoms and molecules were
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    • and finally come to a point where it will go over from the solid to
    • comprehensive view of heat unless we go over to some reasoned-out
    • this point (x) you may trace your way to each of these points over a
    • modern physics which tends to go over into theories, and to add
    • can I represent that? I can pass over from the line to the surface,
    • overcome the pressure of the gas. You do it by exerting pressure on
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    • wish to go over to the second power, we have to go out of the line.
    • pass over from the mechanical realm into the realm where heat is
    • over into my writing. When heat is changed into my writing, I can note
    • have spread over our entire organism, as it were, the undifferentiated
    • working over of light and sound phenomena as residues in the form of
    • I will now tell you something a bit paradoxical, but think it over
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    • and other philosophers waged such controversy. You can distinguish the
    • activity passes over into another. Especially is this difficult when
    • things over into picture form, as I have done to some extent in the
    • to go over into the pictures, because these things cannot be put into
    • priori, to speak of them as we do in mathematics. When you go over to
    • this going over into the mechanical so strongly as you did before the
    • stated but are meant when it is said over and over again: The
    • produced passed over in all directions on its surroundings.
    • directs our attention to the fact that a solid body has over its
    • over into the fluid state. From its own kingdom, the solid body enters
    • ceases to have individuality. And when we carry the fluid body over
    • stated otherwise, is less dense than water. When it goes over into the
    • to pass over into the spiritual when we enter the imaginative realm,
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    • vapor over the mercury, you will see that the level is lower in the
    • confining walls. Moreover, a definite pressure corresponds to a
    • In the second tube we have alcohol over the column of mercury
    • do by hanging a weight over the ice by means of a thin wire. The ice
    • Thus we have three bodies all of which have melting points over 200°C.
    • correctly from a certain point of view, we discover in them a picture
    • we discover in them a representation of the fluid state of
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    • physical research, are completely given over to working out the
    • merely to overhaul our view of the world in its conceptual aspect, but
    • had. It goes over into that form which is imposed upon it by virtue of
    • it is necessary to pass through the sphere. Moreover, all the form
    • the negative tetrahedron is the sphere. The polyhydric body goes over
    • we go over to the gaseous, the picture of the phenomena of heat, we do
    • crystallization is present, a continual will to overcome form.
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    • completely changed over into work; there would be portion remaining
    • over. Thus we can ascertain whether the whole of the heat has gone
    • over into work or whether some of it appears as heat in the
    • up and down movement of the bell all the heat left over. The heat used
    • closed, we have one form of energy changing over to another form. In
    • cannot go over completely to mechanical energy, but there is always a
    • caused mechanical work. The heat not transformed remains over in the
    • through cooling, this liquid goes over into a solid state. It is
    • process when one makes it over into a concept? It follows that the
    • Thus if we pass over the liquid state and seek to find in the gas what
    • passing over heat, just as we passed over the fluid state below. If
    • spiritual-becoming. When you pass over the heat realm into the X realm
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    • have led to the discover of the so-called modern mechanical theory of
    • oxidation. Essentially he discovered that this process is less intense
    • and this we have indicated in our diagram. Turn over in your minds
    • the matter is simply “overrun” by the light, as it were. And
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    • the next, etc. and that finally the heat is spread over the entire
    • then we go over to the gaseous realm. In the gaseous we have a kind of
    • go over to the negative when it manifests in us. It moves out of
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    • called. Moreover, we can so arrange matters that the middle portion of
    • form is made over into the straight-line form. It is a form that we
    • me the fluid. What gives it solidity may extend over into the
    • controversy arose as to whether the particles were elastic or
    • earth? When I move over the earth, I change the entire terrestrial
    • over the fruitfulness of the one-sided concepts for technology, you
    • that a portion remained over of the total amount at hand. This was the
    • Consider a physicist who, upon thinking over the phenomena lying
    • Does this not clearly reveal the manner in which physics is overcome
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    • nearer to the being of heat. We will work over the ordinary concepts
    • consider what happens in these small portions, as over the entire
    • Moreover, you are confused unless you assume that you reach the same
    • to discovery of the peach blossom color is thus a doubly complicated
    • controversy about these super-imaginary numbers. They are readily
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    • This is the question that presents itself when we look over the whole
    • discover by unfolding themselves adjacent to solid bodies, in relation
    • really mean something to you, you must work them over within
    • constitution of the sun and that we can look upon the sun as governed
    • general view over the phenomena we have considered and bring certain
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    • Moreover, we considered yesterday very definite conditions
    • by itself in a certain independence over against the material realm.
    • fluids. You see the forces of form stretched out over the whole
    • overcoming the earth forces, and thus striving to separate the
    • Now I wish to ask you to work over in your minds such concepts as we
    • are accustomed to entertain and to work them over in the way we do
    • You must see that people the world over are asking for an extension of
    • long controversial papers read, completely divorced from real life.
    • you will also discover that they will go well if you find it necessary
    • our microscopes. We discover all sorts of interesting things, but the
    • very serious barricade. This prejudice is hard to overcome. It is for
    • us to do all that we can to overcome it.
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    • recover the knowledge of etheric man, and then Philosophy will be able
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    • constantly repeated over a sufficient period of time, how the soul in
    • it belongs. Moreover, we are enabled to see how spiritual man, the
    • etheric man. Moreover, the reflected pictures can be expressed in
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    • inner life a greater control over the statements of a Spiritual
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    • the spiritual Cosmos, and moreover reveals itself in a changed form
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    • religious beliefs the antidote which carried over into the condition
    • Christ. He overcomes his fears through the working of this into his
    • prevents it in the waking state. The leadership of Christ overcomes
    • cell, and unconsciously it sees the event of death as a passing over
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    • Over against this existence he is in a kind of Intuition. The
    • meanwhile has taken over her etheric organism, can unite. She can
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    • there an overbalancing either of construction in a prolific life or of
    • knowledge, moreover, which knows how to value the products of
    • then takes over in the period between death and re-birth his
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    • what forces and entities are connected with Mars, what divine will governs
    • clay cylinders and fragments covered with inscriptions of the ancient
    • Rosicrucian theosophy. By using an older terminology we could win over a
    • culture over the globe, needs methods of spiritual activity different
    • evolutionary stage to another. It gives rise to an overwhelming feeling of
    • could make many relevant discoveries here. When the brain is examined,
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    • truth is that a fact of the spiritual world that has once been discovered
    • has already been discovered. If, therefore, in the year 1900 a certain
    • link must be there with what has already been discovered, the theosophical
    • Even a clairvoyant must get to know what has already been discovered,
    • first soul has discovered in order to have the right to see it themselves.
    • of joy and contentment weave over the area. Equally, when the animal
    • plant. The form must pass over from progenitor to offspring in the case
    • lily nothing passes over to the flower bed or flower pot in which the
    • you cut a finger the pain is not in the finger itself but is led over
    • to blossom, clairvoyant consciousness sees something spreading over
    • new, the astral element, spreads over and plays around it but never
    • within it what hovers around the plant. When what hovers around the
    • plant is inside the skin, the being is an animal. What hovers above the
    • astrality of the earth that hovers like smoke above the plant when it
    • in himself, the product of all that surrounds him. What we have discovered
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    • activity over and over again. Repetition is an entirely different matter
    • is the product of a different principle, namely, the overshadowing astral
    • individual concerned could stay awake during life without being overcome
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    • period of kamaloka the individual concerned lives over his whole life
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    • moreover, actually present in Devachan. When a clairvoyant gazes at
    • Yes, we see them again, freed moreover from all the obstacles of space and
    • time that here on earth lie like veils over these relationships of the
    • covering of the maternal sheath. So up to the seventh year of life,
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    • move far, far over the earth and to give expression to cosmic facts.
    • laid in the earth, decays and carries over the form into a new existence.
    • so that on the Old Sun there was now warmth and air, and moreover light.
    • covered with powder, across the edge of which a violin bow is drawn.
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    • the connections can be discovered. External science could be so enriched
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture VIII: Stages in the Evolution of our Earth. Lemurian, Atlantean, Post-Atlantean Epochs.
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    • covered the steps up to the Lemurian epoch in the evolution of our earth.
    • bodies became closer. Instead of hovering and floating above the earth,
    • both shaped and overpowered the physical body. A man of ancient Atlantis
    • is the spirit who spreads matter like a veil over the spiritual and
    • material world; the task today is to discover the spiritual again. Just
    • India. The human beings who lived there still had the deepest, overwhelming
    • had been victorious over death. It was thereby again made possible for
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    • happenings, and we shall most easily discover and understand the
    • joyfully. The physical world was dear to the Roman because in his discovery
    • has been finally overcome by life.
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    • conception of the world. Moreover, the feeling of becoming collaborators
    • races will cease, will be overcome. In the sixth cultural epoch, human
    • overcome.
    • over the Mysteries and whom we call the Masters have guided and led
    • physical body and in the spiritual world. The hierophant watched over the
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    • but, if we go more deeply into the subject, we soon discover in him
    • always to discover something new.
    • have discovered in Goethe, if after some years he turns to him again,
    • are going over my works. They will never become popular; there will
    • he made at Leipzig and Strassburg he had already discovered that
    • try and discover by what mysterious methods the transmutation of
    • makes fun of those who strive with such feverish efforts to discover
    • who had overcome the Lion stage a Persian. That was the fifth
    • the Spiritual and the world of senses, is the River over which the
    • near one. Nobody can be guided over by the Ferryman but all can be
    • brought over by him. We feel ourselves being brought over without any
    • had a wonderful experience — the Ferryman had ferried over the
    • But there is yet another way to pass over the River, and that is in
    • hold of you unawares.” The meaning of the giant is moreover
    • extinguished, pass over into the Land of the Spirit in trance,
    • to overcome his passions in the twilight of his consciousness, when
    • sacrifice itself completely. Not only should it lead men over the
    • necessary stage of transition. Human egoism can be overcome if it is
    • over the River of the Soul, over the River of passions and desires,
    • Serpent, which offered itself as a bridge over the River of passions.
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    • We have over and
    • over again laid stress on the fact that Anthroposophy is no new thing
    • throws his shadow across the River so that the wanderer can pass over
    • living, pass over the bridge that arches across the river. Wanderers
    • little hut has been gilded over, and is now preserved as a sort of
    • Altar in the Temple. What man formerly took over unconsciously, he
    • now takes over in full consciousness. The king of many parts has
  • Title: Signs and Symbols: Lecture 1: The Birth of the Light
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    • and spread finally over the whole world.
    • sign of good and evil, the sign that governed Persian thinking. Then
    • the God, rode upon his back. He covered the Bull's nostrils, plunged a
    • head of the God Mithras was a bird and over the whole group, on one
    • overcoming of evil by good. Duality will purify the lower instincts
    • circular course of the cosmos. It has overcome its chaos and has
    • They have prepared the peace, which is to stream over mankind in the
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    • constantly and yet have no power over her.
    • In silent covert and in air and water.
    • over the earth at this time of year? In answering this question, we
    • confidence and trust for man. In this way the victory of the sun over
    • grow longer. The light of the sun celebrates its victory over
    • not relating something here that has been discovered and thought out
    • Today, so said the priests, we see the victory of the sun over
    • sense when the sun celebrated its great victory over darkness. Up to
    • governs the sun and moon. By becoming an earth being, man became
    • the sun over darkness signifies a memory of the victory for our soul
    • remarkable when materialistic research rediscovers these customs of
    • we feel during these days the victory of the sunlight over darkness,
    • in the earth sprouts as a result of the victory of light over
    • darkness, and likewise, through the continuous victory of light over
    • celebrated the victory of light over darkness. Before the fourth
    • the victory of light over darkness had always been celebrated.
    • over all that is darkness. Thus, Christianity is in harmony with all
    • science, pass over into life itself. This will happen if men practice
    • of the spirit will have become an everyday affair. Moreover, spiritual
    • Being will ever and again be victorious over all darkness and chaos,
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    • spirit alone lives in his inner self and radiates over all the
    • overcoming of death by life that is present in death. This was shown
    • become master over death and night and darkness.
    • over death, and finally, frankincense, the symbol of the cosmic ether
    • world symbol stands before us here — life, which overcomes death. The
  • Title: Lecture 1: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • penetrates further and further, he discovers, so to say, worlds with
    • perception spreads over spiritual happenings. As a matter of fact, the
    • discovered that in physical nature the etheric body is a plurality
    • manner covers the earth or meets us in the trees; and again we will do
    • occultist perceives that those same beings which he discovered in the
    • that that which weaves and hovers unseen over the buds of the plants
    • heavens. Something which is in unceasing motion hovers over the plant
  • Title: Lecture 2: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • definite form, but flit over our earth, flashing and vanishing like
    • of many, many such nature-spirits, which are, moreover, divided into
    • man now perceives have as it were command over the nature-spirits. Let
    • meteor-like air-spirits sink down over the plant-world and saturate
    • consisting of higher spirits which hover round the earth-planet and
    • occultist knows that these spirits are distributed over the whole
    • can follow the sun as it passes over the heavens from morning till
    • could be discovered about the laws of nature by studying the passage
    • of the Planet. If again we wish to compare what we have now discovered
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    • he would, simply by means of his Will, immediately have to pass over
    • will, does pass over into a different state of consciousness in his
    • if he is to pass over into another form of consciousness. For
    • instance, if a man says, “Here before me is a meadow covered with
    • inner life is revelation, and it immediately passes over into the
    • overcome what concerns himself alone. Let us consider for a single
    • distributed over our planet, we are, in a certain sense, placed under
    • that over the whole earth-sphere there can be mutual understanding of
    • beautiful or ugly can be very greatly disputed all the world over; but
    • become ever stronger and stronger, so that he feels overpowered by his
    • you poured from it a second time, so that again something passed over
    • we allow our vision to sweep over passing time, that the different
    • normal consciousness also lives under their, sovereignty, although it
  • Title: Lecture 4: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • the feelings and perceptions mentioned yesterday, can he pass over to
    • his clairvoyant vision over into his ordinary consciousness, and can
    • cause us to detach ourselves from ourselves and to pass over into the
    • — he must pass over to the plants. The animals can be left out,
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    • in the way described, have built up an overwhelming power of wisdom in
    • overwhelming wisdom, and we will imagine that such a wise man speaks
    • Time, the spirits governing and directing what goes on in the kingdoms
    • First Hierarchy detach from themselves the beings governing the
    • just as we speak of a threefold external covering, so can we speak of
    • dispute over the cautious surmises with which the human mind has
    • Atlantean epoch the surface of the earth-globe, to-day covered by the
    • in space. That which leads the planet through space, which governs its
    • that which governs in the Universe as the All-pervading, Divine,
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    • present-day occult investigations; and which we can re-discover in the
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    • space, we discover, first of all, heavenly bodies of various kinds.
    • over the nature of the Sun; they alone are active for the development
    • the Luciferic Beings; they all belong to it. We have now discovered in
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    • beings of the hierarchies. Instead of saying, “Over there is
    • Mars,” he would say: “Over there cooperate (in the way we
    • that the old condition of our earth might pass over into our present
    • on reading an overwhelmingly arresting description in some work of
    • impression if we are to describe the condition which overcomes us when
    • labor brought to bear on such explanations is sometimes overwhelming;
    • the physical world. We will now pass over to the animal world. If we
    • is given over to its own forces. As long as man lives, there must be a
  • Title: Lecture 9: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • late in his evolution arrived at the discovery of paper. The discovery
    • differences in the human races, all over the earth, but if we compare
    • characteristically spread over the globe?
    • be found on the earth, occult vision can only discover for the animal
    • Spirits of Motion hovered as it were, over this old Moon and allowed
    • brought over from previous conditions. So that what man acquired as
    • spiritual beings work upon man, upon the human race spread over the
    • planets and differentiated the human form all over the earth in such a
    • such a way that we can discover the direction of their forces simply
    • Wisdom, whom we discovered as the group-egos of the plant kingdom, to
    • two Suns and say that the Sun which at one time covers the Ram is not
    • the same Sun which covers the Goat at another time; we must be quite
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    • it does not discover them as luminous; for these Spirits of Wisdom who
    • the mineral, is distributed over the worlds. We have found group-souls
    • spirits. Man was created to be one all the world over; in this unity
    • influence over us, result in our being drawn away from the passions,
    • which makes men all over the world opponents or partisans, in the most
    • really governs, a Spirit of Form, Who works uniformly throughout
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    • masses. We would find that those who presided over property were also
    • abstract, but in a living way, affects the overall welfare and the
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    • occurrence all over the world.
    • barely perceptible, may not be overlooked and lost to mankind, and
  • Title: Three Paths: Lecture I: The Path through the Gospels and The Path of Inner Experience
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    • year. They took man as he was on coming over from the Moon, and laid
    • Nazareth, over a period of three years, which streamed down directly
    • man needs, then something can come over him from which he will
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    • the course of human epochs have spread over the surface of the earth,
    • religions spread out over the earth, all of which point back to this
    • produce an understanding which unites men over the whole earth, we
    • possibility of sometime overcoming death in his successive
    • consider human evolution, we see how much pain man has strewn over the
    • will govern more and more the threads of Karma in the affairs of the
    • death. Then what he has given has already passed over into humanity,
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    • their vow of poverty and to gather no treasures.
    • to re-discover Christianity, but with the means of
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    • influence upon the etheric body, works over into those physical,
    • Beings who rule over peoples, Beings with this responsibility for the
    • discover its union with Anthroposophy. It must be said that the
    • are there at work when the child passes over from the creeping to the
    • waking state. When man passes over from the waking state to the state
    • good will into these words, a good mood that passes over into the soul
    • will, it is this that, when astral body and ego have passed over into
    • every thought passes over into our whole spiritual human nature. We
    • reason is logic identical over the whole earth. Walking, in which
    • are merged into one. Moreover, a human being cannot determine rightly
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    • place of what is today abstract thinking. Moreover, since we possessed
    • conception and birth, brought over into the earthly existence
    • of Christ over death, symbolizing the victory of every human soul over
    • set forth in books, lectures, and cycles of lectures many times over.
    • fact of His resurrection, the fact of victory over death — until
    • first centuries of Christianity. Thus it came about, moreover, that
    • there was overshadowed also the child-like memory of the Palestine
    • dead earth. The clods over which we walk belong to a dying world.
    • gradually passed over into the dead state. Suess says in regard to an
    • With this earth we are beholding what leads over into the Jupiter
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    • rediscovering what once lived beyond the empty phrase, beyond
    • discovery that whenever anyone met him in the street he began at once
    • the most important law of physics that has been discovered in the
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    • could be perceived in detail, over and over again. How often is it
    • not said: This or that has been discovered; it already belongs to
    • imagination cast an eye over the higher forms of culture in recent
    • discovered that nothing more could be pressed out of reason. People
    • developed such colossal cleverness, and, moreover, are aware of the
    • negative inheritance. And here a strange discovery can be made.
    • discovery is made, like a man who is left a legacy and forgets to
    • discovered that the debits exceed the assets. The opportunity of
    • contradictions were, after all, very easy to discover. They began to
    • was still able to hand on, saying: “The other person over there
    • am not overlooking its great merits — will, in spite of
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    • around the whole of Nature there seemed to hover a spiritual aura,
    • were they able to see this aura? Because something streamed over to
    • over into the day and man's perception was richer; his
    • much more streamed over from sleeping consciousness into the waking
    • themselves over to divine-spiritual powers.
    • earlier kind of thinking could be carried over into sleep when the
    • method should be discovered for cramming into babies all that is
    • He was still an entity, because he had within him what hovers around
    • time people pestered me about some discovery that had been made on
    • scattered to the four winds — but one single atom goes over
    • not be led astray when talking of important material discoveries,
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    • Over
    • with overwhelming evidence that all moral intuitions must be
    • great comforter, helping to overcome what was lacking in material
    • ideals in common with my time.” This was a tragic discovery
    • discovered nothing that would bring evolution forward; these only
    • what is said. But one soon overcomes it. The annoyance is due to the
    • what the speaker really feels. The empty phrase over-reaches itself
    • really intellectualism overreaching itself. I do not want to hurt any
    • please everyone. Moreover I must say what I know to be true. So, in
    • over-reaching themselves in empty phrases; we need a highly-developed
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    • discovered that with the methods they were accustomed to use to think
    • passes over gradually into the life of soul, the life of soul into
    • over into the will. You can observe and think, without exerting your
    • over into the will. You can do this without much effort. Pure
    • have to tear out from their heart what is living. Many still overlook
    • being purely spiritual. But then one must work on to discover other
    • learn to carry this over into the dead thinking. Dead thinking must
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    • over something from the last third of the nineteenth century, but one
    • there sounds over to us from ancient times when school, church and
    • play over in many ways into the present with what is living within us
    • see, over against the so-called categorical imperative, as it comes
    • this or that, but which leads us over to the other human being in
    • Over against this stands the opposite pole in civilization, where
    • realm of morality, within the sphere of ethics, discovers it in the
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    • did not make people tired. There was no feeling of being overcome by
    • such people it was not a matter of indifference if they discovered
    • which hovered, as it were, midway between tradition and remembrance,
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    • overwhelming feeling: When I have a thought, this thought has been
    • we approach the fifteenth century, we discover with what intensity
    • consider those actually fighting over the reality or unreality of
    • should ask the older generations: Can we discover the Spiritual in
    • thoroughly into the microscope and go on discovering ever smaller
    • question really was put: Where can we rediscover the Spiritual?
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    • certainly discover the difference between the relation of the Greek
    • expect those forces to flourish which in the right way place man over
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    • evolution. Let me tell you what spiritual science has discovered
    • own life inwardly will discover that these changes hold good.
    • perception, it has become at the same time pure will. You hover with
    • Activity which most people never discover — everywhere it
    • touches the level of the artistic. Only most people do not discover
    • systematized botany (and many books are entirely given over to
    • is as though a chain were there, reaching from the past over into the
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    • so today, after the change of teeth, we must simply pass over to a
    • over from repeated earth-lives can work between man and man, and
    • experience what is deeper down in man, what plays over from previous
    • really to comprehend him, this would be so overwhelming an experience
    • of course, is all rather an overstatement, and yet it does
    • when only balls, balls which are heads, would be rolling about over
    • the point where, if they are pondering over something, they will feel
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    • epoch of culture men overlooked all they saw in the outer world and
    • such perception was only possible because over and above what we see
    • not only the meadow carpeted with flowers but over the flowers they
    • this covering. They would have felt as we do today about a scalped
    • heavens. During the winter the earth works over in her own being what
    • transition. In Our age we are going over from experiencing the other
    • something of it can be taken over into the twentieth century, for the
    • said that the State should be an institution which gives over the
    • superfluous, but the government officials and the Chancellors and the
    • once fed. And so in Pedagogy one must overcome everything which lays
    • become impoverished. Yet it is of the greatest importance that we
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    • overcoming the dragon.
    • gain ground that the picture of Michael overcoming the dragon is not
    • unconscious, and by which they unconsciously overcame what arose out
    • from victory over the dragon.
    • There is no more overwhelming power of authority in the whole of
    • the dragon. Man needs the power of the victor over the dragon, for
    • overcoming of the dragon the human being must acquire the strength to
    • quite empty, must be overcome. The age of Michael who conquers the
    • towards a full life of soul, can overcome the dragon preying on
    • over it. What I should prefer is for you to have something in your
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    • ourselves from merely personal interests. Moreover, we will gain an
    • one-sidedly to fancy and over-enthusiasm, when we—if I may
    • over the rest of the organism. Then the human being becomes ossified,
    • to be the equilibrium between over-enthusiastic and sober
    • to get control over human beings. While it always has been—and is
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    • processes and perceive the spirit-soul element governing them. Anyone
    • today covers up reality, we must first establish this reality. This we
    • If you look at a human head today, you will not at once discover
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    • flows over into social life through human sense perception, as an
    • together over the whole earth once it has spread. This is the
    • human beings would forsake reality and fly over into a thought reality
    • known to geology, as I have frequently mentioned, that as we walk over
    • the earth in numerous regions we walk already over the earth crust in
    • physical passes over into the spiritual evolution. For as soon as the
    • bath, discovered that he became lighter, and he was so pleased about
    • have to overcome a certain error. I do not wish to burden you unduly
    • not bring the people together all over the earth. But the spirits who
    • are preparing a battle over the whole earth. This leading ad absurdum
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    • back to those times in which a Mystery culture that extended over the
    • Mysteries extends over the civilized earth of that time. In the course
    • Giordana Bruno. This, then, is carried over into our age. Indeed, my
    • not completely penetrate your soul, which you will have to work over,
    • although this inner experience is not governed by ordinary logic
    • — indeed, it is sometimes governed by a very grotesque logic, and
    • We human beings are governed by three strata of consciousness. The
    • we know that mathematics is correct; but this sovereign correctness of
    • of our human nature? The Christ impulse, that which passed over
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    • rule over the various smaller peoples, for the latter's own good.
    • that at the time America and Australia were not yet discovered!
    • Wisdom was considered the fundamental attribute of the Divine Being. The concept of Omnipotence only gradually penetrated the idea of the Divine Being, from the fourth century onward. It continued to develop. The concept of personality was abandoned and the predicate was transmitted to the mere order of nature, which is conceived of more and more mechanically. And the modern concept of the necessity of nature, the omnipotence of nature, is nothing but the result of the evolution of the concept of God from the fourth to the sixteenth century. Only, the qualities of personality were abandoned and that which constituted the concept of God was taken over into the structure of thinking about nature.
    • How did an event overtake European mankind which it is impossible to
    • pushing another over it, so that it is impossible to form a proper
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    • move my arm, it is the God inside; if I inhale the air, work it over
    • outside, on the other hand, human existence, crossing over into the
    • that the two processes overlap. From outside, cosmic thoughts work
    • overlook trifles, but that we should also consider the small impulses
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    • in dreaming; the only difference is this: we carry our dreams over
    • reach over into our world from the realm of the so-called dead. —
    • It is not permissible. For the historical life of mankind is governed
    • we are governed by impulses in historical life which, for ordinary
    • true history. Then we shall know what is in that governs
    • We learn from history books that America was discovered in 1492.
    • and passes over to him. I am conscious of the fact that I speak. I am
    • were hovering around him, then the dead understand these thoughts.
    • method of Herr Poehlmann was it possible to gain influence over other
    • “gain influence” over other people; this does not concern us
    • influence over others by means of personal magnetism or by
    • — it is also a proven fact that no influence may be gained over
    • from a sense of duty, are little suited to pass over to the dead at
    • suited to pass over to the dead. If we remember the dead person in
    • over to him at our next moment of falling asleep. It does not matter
    • will remain and stream over to the dead person at the moment of our
    • person over a deceased child, one will find it something quite
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    • friends, our present age is governed by a strange and very vivid
    • the group soul, to spread uniformity over the whole of mankind. If
    • spiritual worlds to pour a cosmopolitan element over mankind.
    • Archangel Michael over the counter-striving spirits, which took place
    • In the deeper structure of events as they proceed we may discover a
    • experiences things which would have been spread over long periods of
    • over to the nature forces, to the external physical forces. The
    • discovered what will inevitably happen, one can say to oneself: Now we
    • must be governed.
    • programs have won the victory over the few who understood what
    • characterized causes an inward overlooking of the sharp angles and
    • contours of life. But if we overlook the sharp angles and contours of
    • unless they forsake the natural-scientific standpoint and go over to
    • away with the unjustified overestimation of the good Athenian. In this
    • to pour clarity into human souls, to overcome sleepiness. This
    • prior to the Michael age, in which European mankind was governed by
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    • paralyzed; the right arm hanging over the back of the chair had
    • the theory of soul wounds would not do, did not cover these
    • he had discovered them in cases like the following. You will
    • herself into the water in order to avoid being run over. She
    • and the cause of such an action had to be discovered. Freud, in
    • covers these cases. He has instead another theory.
    • the desire for power, power over one's environment, the desire
    • tyrannical power over her environment. A reasonable person
    • Thus an “epoch-making” discovery was made by a
    • The first is called the extroverted type, the other the
    • introverted. The first would be the feeling man, the
    • should be striving to carry over the matter into pedagogy. We
    • order to discover any incidents of childhood which may have
    • introverted type. It growls like demons.
    • there. It will be discovered that the human being is
    • an hysterically blind man recovers sufficient sight to see
    • when the battle of spirits was over, and the defeated spirits
    • potentials, introverted or extraverted human types
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    • up their minds to overcome the subconscious prejudice against
    • run over into it. Then thought would be at once submerged in
    • over into feelings. But it must be remembered that
    • will be discovered. I tried in my book
    • man like Dr. Freud is obliged to stretch the sexual domain over
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    • way: If we look over our life we find in it two distinctly
    • which happen in such a way that we cannot discover any
    • some other things that happen we cannot discover that we are in
    • a discovery about ourselves, in fact everyone will who
    • tries it, namely the astonishing discovery that he no longer
    • passed over to her nearest students, and has been dragged
    • our own desires that at last they are overcome. By this means
    • left over from his last life of justice and injustice, good and
    • over from his past life. Just let us suppose that someone has
    • together and carry over into feelings, which through their
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    • itself, no power over the blooming, growth and fading of the
    • to them through what he sends over from his state of
    • undeterred on its way, do these forces spread over the
    • helplessness of the former consciousness passes over into a
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    • system of the nerves and senses, which naturally is spread over
    • we really wish to discover the pertinent details, methods must
    • During earth life they must not overwhelm us; they should use
    • regard to the lungs, you will discover that there are
    • pass over, this time not into the shape of the head, but into
    • kidneys and excretory system you will discover that they
    • over-excitement of the human being, inner excitement
    • detour through the metabolic and limb system, passes over
    • body the forces which will carry over into the next incarnation
    • is in fact stored up in the heart and carried over as karmic
    • over beyond earth life. Our head itself is a sphere, and this
    • then, after the Midnight Hour of Being, passes over into an
    • entirely different world. It goes over into the world from
    • the ego passes over into what the old Mysteries called the
    • overflowing of organic forces may become hallucinatory
    • see, what is to be carried over and continued in later
    • does not even discover a correct connection between excitement
    • subjective mysticism must then be overcome. If the aim is to
    • inner forces of our organism which pass over into our next
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    • slowly passes over into the other, and long before one such epoch has
    • still not yet overcome, and whoever believes that it is completely
    • overcome does not keep in mind certain finer phenomena of life.
    • in this way bridges over these differences, these distinctions, these
    • which looks to the spirit, and overcomes just that which arises from
    • carries it over also into his next incarnation. Then he is born with
    • the anthroposophical movement today, to send over to their next
    • be spread over the whole earth. For the essential in the next period
    • localities, but spread over the entire earth. These individual people
    • will be scattered over the whole earth, and within the whole earth
    • through the overcoming of individuality. And we will not meet
    • their egoity; they will indeed be there over the whole earth with the
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    • faculties which come over from an earlier incarnation. And so, in the
    • nothing called the discoverer of arithmetic, that means, that faculty
    • that which was given to Abraham was carried over to the succeeding
    • over to the younger. For the other missions were not yet bound to a
    • bound to a physical instrument; that was carried over from teacher to
    • pupil, the pupil again became teacher, carried it over to his pupils,
    • did not lie purely in the blood. The carrying over of these faculties
    • the mother has covered Jacob with false hair, so that Isaac confuses
    • of which by stages that which remains over as relics is expelled. The
    • through an external revelation. That means, the Jews had to go over to
    • inherited, but leap over one generation and it is the grandson who
    • Hebrew people. One generation had always to be leaped over. And so
    • Egypt. It had been led over through the dreams of the elder Joseph.
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    • The Luke Gospel opens for us an insight into the secrets, which hover
    • dark in man. Man could formerly spread out his astral body over
    • were the lords, to whom man was given over — (man had to wait
    • human power is carried over.
    • in man spiritually was carried over to the heavens, while one made use
    • time would even have dreamt of naming that which then wandered over
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    • experiences in his inner sou1 as truth, he gives himself over
    • to the subjective nature of man, and generalise it over the
    • suffering must be overcome, A means must be found to be able to
    • “Nuances” which were poured over the depths of
    • over all the “clothing” of Christianity, as it came
    • seeks with infinite energy to bridge over that opposition and
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    • man, when he is awake, is given over to an illusion. As we have
    • them, — to give ourselves over to the deception that we
    • themselves over to a deception of consciousness which consists,
    • with his physical body. Man to-day gives himself over to a
    • gives himself over to a characteristic delusion of life, and
    • over into the next earthly existence.
    • humanity itself in the abstract, spread out over the Earth.
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    • Caucasus, and was forced to endure there much suffering over a long
    • which Zeus is trying to discover. But Prometheus does not betray the
    • They symbolise the twelve tasks of initiation. Moreover it is said of
    • of Gobi and later dispersed over the earth. Their first leader, the
    • no inventions and discoveries. They worked in an entirely different
    • craftsmanship in our sense developed. The most important discovery was
    • would be possible, so that we may say that the discovery of fire was
    • the fundamental discovery, the discovery that gave the impulse to all
    • becomes an inventor or a discoverer, to that extent he is a
    • discovery, however prodigious, are by and large in the service of
    • and discoveries in the fifth root-race. This is what an objective
    • said earlier of the control by the Atlanteans over Prana (the
    • to the paths that are to lead over into the future. The great
    • they went over to Zeus. But Zeus is still one of the leaders who did
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    • levels. We will endeavour to uncover its real kernel. But before going
    • the point of recognising that they could obtain control over those
    • Theseus, Hercules and others, set to work to recover the fleece from
    • First he had to overcome two fire-breathing bulls. Then he had to sow
    • hidden — it was the recovery of the golden fleece but it was
    • noted. He came to the land of the Cyclops and overcame their one-eyed
    • man, the cunning man, and Troy was overthrown through his ability. The
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    • Christianity and was to carry it over into the sixth. Christianity
    • northern world. None of the currents which passed over the Flame-race,
    • of Atlantis which had been brought over by Atlantean initiates. Wotan
    • and Atlantis has to be overcome before these northern nations will
    • race of the great discoveries and inventions, the race that has
    • that Gunther woos Brunhild of Iceland. Twice Siegfried overcomes
    • Siegfried too is overcome by the powers which have remained over from
    • have to be overcome. Hence the struggles that followed are represented
    • continually come over from Asia from the remnants of old Atlantis. The
    • initiates, the remnants of the Turanians, come over from Asia in a
    • gone over to Christianity. They are Christian heroes. Christianity
    • cover.
    • Wotan, who comes over from Atlantean times; then Odin. Wotan
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    • pass over gradually from the priestly outlook to that of the world. A
    • withdrawn from cosmic powers and handed over to those who receive
    • the rulership is able to pass over to worldly kings, who however still
    • matter”. This sentence in the Creed which is said all over
    • matter is to be the all-important thing for those who now take over
    • and Achilles. And what is it that is overthrown? A priest-king state.
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    • the stars are hovering. This is usually considered to be a contrived
    • not have such a justified name since it was discovered later.
    • transformation occurred in that man spread this colour over the
    • covered the earth. Hence it is that the myth speaks of Niflheim, of a
    • condensed. They covered Atlantis. The Flood signifies the mighty
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    • over to him. Now compare this with a city today. Here is a shoe
    • what happened over enormous expanses of Atlantis during millennia.
    • changed. Formerly then, a country covered with thick mist masses had
    • Atlantean epoch passed over into the post-Atlantean epoch? At first,
    • air, but a large part of Atlantis was covered by the sea. This is the
    • His blood-heat. What at that time was distributed over the whole of
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    • destiny of his body. Earlier, when he still hovered over it, this was
    • inner warmth poured itself out over great numbers of people. Not only
    • inwardness, that spreads itself over all strata of the
    • discovered the law of gravity by observing the swinging of a church
    • in the outer world. You reflect over it. You are here, the outer
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    • overcome. This is represented by the animal with the seven heads and
    • moon still exerts on the earth at present will then be overcome. When
    • man becomes united with the sun, he will have overcome the moon.
    • order to gain consciousness. We will be able to overcome death when
    • member must unite, the man who has overcome death will identify
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    • found in certain very limited circles of people who watched over what
    • line to the wonderful and admirable discoveries of Copernicus,
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    • one who does not simply stare at a metal, but ponders over its nature
    • wisdom is exalted enough to discover the mysteries herein contained.’
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    • concentrating over a stone, you really do raise a bewitched spirit
    • covered by Maya, and human thought sees things quite differently from
    • condition: The Spirits brooded over the warmth, they actually brought
    • made that journey over and over again; you would have noticed that
    • over as it were to a lower existence for their further development.
    • over with them: for this was the element which developed into smoke
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    • govern and guide that motion. We have indeed said, that the Spirits
    • has complete power over it, we say: this astral body has become of
    • the physical body, when it overcomes the strongest of the resisting
    • random. To-day, when a new planet is discovered out of the planetary
    • chain, what does the Astronomer do who has had the luck to discover
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    • Beings, are the results that have come over to us from an earlier
    • and which the Cherubim had pondered over, should be transformed into
    • on lower Stages, they had come over in a condition when they still
    • Which are the Spiritual Beings who carried over the condensation of
    • nineteenth century has the physical eye discovered again, so to
    • heavenly spaces and still discover other planetoids, these are still
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    • Mars, which as planetoids are still being discovered by physical
    • being one stage higher, can lead the individuality over from one
    • Each man is a personality in each incarnation, and over each man a
    • have to keep watch over the whole human thread of life, which is spun
    • the lovers of the abstract in the science of to-day, or for present
    • eye sees only so many external human forms, such lovers of the
    • lover of abstractions the separate man only is real, not the soul of
    • which for the lovers of the abstract, is merely an idea, but which is
    • humanity over the whole earth, has to be thought out; the right soul
    • to-day divided specially the realms over which they held sway within
    • where there were continual discoveries, a point which is no more
    • planets, these two lately discovered planets, one which behaves in a
    • time to overlook the spiritual world but then people bethought
    • ruled over by the spiritual Hierarchies, we must place the earth as
    • something quite different, they become limits for the region over
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    • government. From them the great teachers worked, so that others might
    • mentioned, and who guided the remnant of the Atlantean nation over to
    • little handful of people with him and led them over to Asia. He
    • slide one within the other, they overlap. That which we describe as
    • overlapping and also some departure from diagrams.
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    • quite different standpoints have to govern as to what one entertains
    • your finger, over that place is the region of certain Thrones,
    • all those eggs are stopped at a certain place, they fall over each
    • other. When they have covered each other up, they form, so to speak,
    • new ones are formed any more, they all meet and in the end, cover
    • discover the original intention, in the transformed names, as for
    • We shall pass over the disappearance or dissolving of Saturn; we
    • in the production of new balls, which, after circling round, covered
    • or Maya has been drawn over the original conditions.
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    • These are the things over which we must ponder. It is impossible to
    • when the facts which are discovered in accordance with the fantastic
    • Through such transmutations man becomes more and more ruler over his
    • Thus, for instance, Zarathustra who was capable of governing his
    • astral body, and who later passed it over to Hermes, could say to
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    • idea of this in seeing towns which have been given over to nature.
    • disappears. It does not get pushed over to its other side, it
    • overpowered by these forces which penetrated him, only because he was
    • overshadowed by earlier Beings, because Angels who had remained
    • capable of overcoming by its own power the influences which can pull
    • lived. It was passed over to them. They could not follow at all with
    • their teaching acted on men in an overwhelming way. Look at the
    • The fallen Angels who have spread over the earth as Lucifer, are in a
    • Because we have overcome with the help of Christ, and only with His
    • wisdom, goodness and in truth as he may do, when he has to overcome
    • † TRANSLATOR: Cologne is probably quoted over
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    • of life. Failures are inevitable, and we must not grieve over them. Nature
    • is not concerned over her countless failures, for the beings behind
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    • astral body goes out of his physical body and is then given over
    • moments’ in life, it would be wrong to extend it over his whole
    • moments in which we become rulers and lords over our etheric body,
    • it is moreover of much greater importance than the first. With it
    • elements is drawn over the real world. They are: the feeling of
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    • kingdom be observed over long periods of time, the law of growth and
    • fire, for instance, can only be discovered by rising from the
    • can be seen in sharp outline hovering round a man, and wild thoughts
    • transform evil into good are more powerful than those who rule over
    • over the rest of the body the various land and sea formations of the
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    • the physical sense world. There exist, moreover, spiritual beings and
    • the fundamental elements brought over from the earlier evolutionary
    • received, into her womb, as it were, everything that came over from
    • discovered by means of super-sensible investigation without the aid of
    • earth, having come over from pre-terrestrial ages; he also speaks of
    • because of the gift of Zeus whereby she came to be covered as with a
    • earth. The earth covered herself with the garment of plant and animal
    • therefore, because of the gift of Zeus the earth covers herself with
    • super-sensible consciousness is able today to rediscover in the epoch
    • brought over into Greece the Temple wisdom which he was at liberty to
    • teach. A great deal of oriental wisdom came over in this way.
    • is one example, among many, of the things that may be re-discovered
    • possible to re-discover original teachings of very ancient times. It
    • wisdom rediscovered today is to be found, in different form, wherever
    • that is ripe to pass over into another condition, in the same way as
    • Saturn, Old Sun and Old Moon passed over to the Earth condition.
    • discoveries of modern super-sensible investigation are to be found
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    • light over the earth, and according to the different conditions set
    • his own conduct a man modifies or changes the veil spread over the
    • of humanity should pass from old Atlantis over the regions of Europe
    • fecundation the fertilising substances of one plant must pass over to
    • southern peoples for brooding over their own soul life, seeking the
    • and as the new era approached he was overcome by the powers of the
    • world and along each of them to discover that which was serviceable
    • united, a man makes the very significant discovery that what is to be
    • of ancient Atlantean culture, preserved over the post Atlantean times
    • of spirit to be discovered in the inner being, the world arising from
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    • will pour out over the world that mighty spiritual union which
    • his light was overpowered by the Christ light. The Christ entered the
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    • a seeing of the etheric element, which was spread out over everything
    • Luciferic world, a great and powerful inheritance brought over from
    • straight line. The Luciferic and the Christ principles had to overlap
    • brain. Think this over a little, and it will become evident that
    • external processes. Such distinctions as these are readily overlooked
    • consciousness of the whole outer world, could not have overlooked
    • worlds will be covered over by sense life only for a time. Of these
    • obtained employment as overseer of Pilate's household. He quarreled
    • ruined but did not behave like Oedipus; for he was overcome by
    • investigator of spiritual worlds discovers he gladly hands on as a
    • discovered in the spiritual world be true, it is confirmed in the
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    • existed in the Chaldean-Egyptian epoch of civilisation lives over
    • Atlantis through the Europe of today over into Asia, we are only
    • Soul-light, and moreover soul-light pervaded by spiritual wisdom, it
    • sun-spirit was lord over the whole realm; the Amshaspands directed
    • conceived that behind the covering of the sense-world there were
    • civilisation, over in Asia, people belonging to the northern stream
    • ancient wisdom of the Chaldaic-Egyptian, period. Moreover old
    • utterances ‘Chaldean Proverbs’; and the collection of
    • Chaldean Proverbs was a very highly valued treasure of wisdom in the
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    • could find behind the covering of the external sense world. His quest
    • is to be discovered in the spiritual world, and which moves more or
    • Therefore we speak of seven as remaining over from the twelve. When
    • Him over the whole world. The point of prime importance is that no
    • over into and beyond Europe from old Atlantis brought with them great
    • later ages what was brought over from old Atlantis. Among the great
    • the earth then decided upon was adhered to and carried over into the
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    • there overlook the whole landscape. The details will be indistinct
    • of the old Sun, the heart was dependent upon the forces governing
    • We discover the second sense when we move a limb —
    • totters and falls over. The human body contains a delicate organ
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    • not the case we cannot stand upright; we even fall over. If we would
    • I must pass rapidly over certain matters and utter many a paradox. In
    • latter, from within, overcomes the whole pressure of the outer air.
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    • limited to the visible; it covers abstract ideas as well as concrete
    • overtones,” a term that has almost lost its original
    • clearly in large church bells.] (overtones) that
    • we achieve this power over the harmonics, which means nothing else
    • presupposed the overcoming of an outer resistance; something external
    • astral senses, over and above the physical senses. Beyond these there
    • extend the concept a bit to cover those portions of the body we can
    • is a small brain so worked over by our spirit that the nerve
    • single plan governs in building really all of the sense organs; it is
    • laws governing there. For this reason most people believe
    • pass over into the vertical, can the upright position come about and
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    • is because those beings that left the Moon and passed over with the
    • rear the formative forces are active that build the brain over them;
    • by the harmonics (overtones); visualization arises when we push back
    • currents already active minus the ego. The ego must overcome
    • soul overlap, and we can actually understand the nature of the
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    • that these matters could be skipped over more rapidly, and indeed,
    • psychologists, no matter how well-meaning, invariably overshoot the
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    • worked over within us, and become sensations. They start as
    • later read it over at home, you must have been struck by the
    • power over him, that his knowledge cannot compass at the outset. Had
    • forgetful, so impotent in this respect as to overstep the bounds of
    • desire new stimuli. For this reason we have no control whatever over
    • over them who has kept alive a dim feeling for the truth. This is
    • but if we overload ourselves beyond the demands of hunger we tend to
    • opposes the overloading of the soul life as well.
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    • introverted desires, desires pushed back into themselves. Thus inner
    • that is truth. Desire cannot flow out; truth overwhelms
    • next lecture discover how to correlate the directions of memory and
    • certain sense desire must be overcome. “Overcoming desire in
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    • aware that when the grandeur of the subject overwhelms him, much of
    • what remained in his other poem to mar it has here been overcome by a
    • itself, you would discover interest in what is willed. In short,
    • understand that these two currents overlap in your soul. This
    • overlapping is consciousness.
    • overlapping of these two streams, and if you will visualize all the
    • our psychosophic paths we rediscover what we learned by way of exact
    • of that sort derive from the laws governing life.
    • If you think of a man as bringing over from a former
    • is, we incessantly place our ego in such a position as to cover up
    • the continuous stream. The ego covers it and lets the endless current
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    • But Brentano says this definition does not cover reasoning; that on
    • Brentano can discover anything in the soul but phenomena of love and
    • itself and passes over to willing. Advancing from mere emotions to
    • individual human being, it passes over into the spiritual world. It
    • consistently along Aristotle's line of reasoning, in passing over, it
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    • governing it, with the outer world, but is an activity of the spirit
    • referred to. They have unconsciously passed over into the feeling of
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    • could you anywhere discover the possibility of simply forming a valid
    • visualizations, but that the latter in turn can overcome error;
    • it. There is, indeed, a means of overcoming error, as everyone knows.
    • Since error is spiritual, we cannot overcome it through mere
    • nature that would give him complete mastery over all that in his
    • that crowds into us through outer perception with power over such a
    • can flow over into the super-sensible region of the imaginative world.
    • takes place in the realm of reality that we can call a passing over
    • intuition, then, we are dealing with the governing will. While that
    • expanding our emotions themselves over the quality of our deeds. In
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: IV. Laws of Nature, Evolution of Consciousness and Repeated Earth Lives.
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    • requisite strength, so that it overwhelms him, crushes him, as it
    • discover that what we are, in the light of imaginative cognition,
    • fundamental tone, he discovers how ill adapted he is to external
    • learned to know our own tone, so to speak, we discover how ill
    • discordance, and we recognize it as such when we have discovered the
    • what we discover within ourselves, through inspiration, to be our
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Festival: A Token of the Victory of the Sun
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    • immemorial has been celebrated all over the world on the same days of
    • ascendant, will be victorious over the opposing powers of Nature. The
    • and the light of the Sun celebrates its victory over the darkness. In
    • discovered by a process of abstract deduction but was actually
    • over the darkness. There was a time on the Earth when the light
    • triumphed over the darkness. And it happened thus: in that epoch, all
    • times as the victory of the light over the darkness. Since then the
    • within us proceeded. The victory of the Sun over the darkness
    • for the first time. The immortal soul has been victorious over the
    • the powers of life are governed where the prevailing rhythmic forces
    • should rediscover these things. Sun myths have been sought for and
    • course of the Sun. And when we think about the victory of the Sun over
    • harmony of the cosmos — light over the darkness had always been
    • reminder to us that this Festival was celebrated all over the world,
    • science, shall pass over into life itself.
    • prevail over darkness and chaos and will give to his soul a peace by
    • that his divine soul will ultimately prevail over the darkness in the
  • Title: Lecture: Signs and Symbols of the Christmas Festival
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    • He sallies forth, and I mine overpowered
    • overcoming of death by life, by the life that is present in death.
    • spiritual re-birth, as the great Ideal of all humanity and moreover
    • power of his spiritual life had gained the victory over death, night
    • individuality, but extended over a whole tribal stock. For this reason
    • man; myrrh, the symbol of the victory of life over death; and
    • something echoing from primeval ages. It has come over to us in the
    • moved over the land, like those to be seen to-day clustering around
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of the Sun-Spirit as the Spirit of the Earth
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    • Hanover, 26th December, 1911
    • said that the Lord led Moses to Mount Nebo ‘over against Jericho’ and
    • can be victorious over the lower nature which clings to you as the
    • Imagination and which makes us aware that by gaining the victory over
  • Title: Lecture: Christmas at a Time of Grievous Destiny
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    • Gnosis belongs to an age that is past and over. True, its
    • which later theology has been able to discover from them. To realise
    • significance and its destiny was tragically fulfilled. Moreover at
    • Mysteries. And we have to go very far back into the past to discover
    • in fragments which passed over to a later consciousness as the Hertha
    • consecrated chariot covered with a veil. Only the priest may approach
    • unconsciousness. A secret horror and a sacred darkness hold sway over
    • East. He walked over the waves, followed by his chariot."
    • resulted in the distribution of conceptions and births over the whole
    • Mystery-customs fell into decay. They passed over into isolated,
    • East. He walked over the waves, followed by his chariot," — over the
    • waves of the clouds, that is, just as Nertus moved over the waves of
    • still covered with forests that were the home of the bison and the
    • elk, families came together in their snowcovered huts and under their
    • was first made when Cyrenius was governor of Syria).
    • over from the Danish peninsula to the distant East.
    • keeping watch over their flock by night.
    • then the intervening time will be over, a time in which the Christ, it
    • over from Asia, who will one day wreak vengeance on this rejection of
  • Title: Lecture: The Proclamations to the Magi and the Shepherds
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    • heart possessed a certain power of clairvoyance which came over them
    • to chosen pupils only. Moreover it did not work in them in the same
    • we spread over universal space the experiences through which we lived
    • grasped. It must be discovered anew. The Magi-wisdom has become
    • Tree, in reality? When we endeavour to discover its meaning and know
  • Title: Lecture: On The Three Magi
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    • Osiris was overcome by his enemy Typhon: Isis seeks and eventually
    • this epoch the Bible says: ‘The Spirit of God brooded over the
    • Himself shines before the Magi and over the cave in Bethlehem.
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    • being too was given over to that world whence the radiant,
    • men all over the earth. A cherished and intimate experience was bound
    • Golgotha was greeted at the time when its radiance shone over the
    • this feeling was still quite living. Over in Asia, in a place of no
    • The scene of this Event lay over yonder in Asia, and on the throne of
    • of that God Who leads over the earthly and physical to the
    • All over the earth before the Mystery of Golgotha there were
    • being a power that is the conqueror of death, and this victory over
    • sacred truth was proclaimed: Man can be victorious over death. But it
    • was convinced by his own knowledge that life is always victorious over
    • understanding, too, of the unifying peace that should hover over the
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ Within Us
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    • monarchs, military campaigns, governments, even by happenings in
    • over these sufferings, because we reverence them so highly. We hold it
    • this sacred Mystery, preferring to draw a veil over these things,
    • veil should be drawn over the great Event, because men were no longer
    • the Atlantean epoch. Geology itself realises that when we walk over
    • the earth or guide the plough through the soil, we are walking over
    • would then be no more, would already by to-day have been overcome by
    • victory over all death can be achieved when the soul is united with
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 1: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • know this? What use would it be for our soul to come back over and
    • over again into an earthly body, unless it were to learn something new
    • Old Indian. Thus do the various cycles overlap each other. The fourth
    • passed over from him to the pupil. The latter, having in particular
    • however, take over the whole task of doing all that was necessary in
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 2: The Law of Karma with Respect to the Details of Life
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    • We must, however, over and over again, bring to mind the fact that
    • conditions which pass over from one life into another, that there is
    • over and over again consider how the various details of life appear in
    • nothing. But a closer observer would discover that a young man who
    • came over me as I laid my hand on the handle of the door of the room
    • these things can pass over into and become part of life's daily round;
    • If the illness takes such a course that we recover from it, it means
    • lost. They pass over into the next incarnation and the injured organ
    • taken away. First the power of the inherited tendencies is discovered,
    • — This cannot be got over, simply by saying that those who assert
    • against the physical, — the power which must otherwise overwhelm
    • man. The physical can only possess overwhelming power as long as a man
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 3: The Entrance of the Christ-Being into the Evolution of Humanity
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    • over from the former embodiments of the earth, (the astral body,
    • Christ-Impulse, to overcome selfishness and to heal his etheric body
    • complete health; the illness we have overcome will be the germs of
    • covering, in order to rise higher and higher in the course of his
    • only as a kind of memory remaining over from former incarnations. It
    • conceals the divine-spiritual world as by a veil, by a covering; when
    • poverty of spirit, the highest Christian proclamation is this:
    • satisfied. ‘They will be able to bring about conditions all over
    • discovering something in the physical world which can lead man up into
    • it must over and over again be emphasised during the next decades and
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 4: The Sermon on the Mount
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    • consisted in his having assimilated everything brought over from old
    • Jage, Lemuel and Itiel, for these names signify the four coverings,
    • that this time too was now past and over. Those would now be blessed,
    • for by this means they will, through themselves, discover the Earth.
    • to-day — peace will be poured out over the earth through the
    • persecution from that which remains over from the old order!’ And
    • which will come, but which might be overlooked and suppressed.
    • materialistic mind must be thoroughly overcome, and men must acquire
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 5: Correspondences Between the Microcosm and the Macrocosm
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    • have already indicated, moreover, that in a future age the two sexes
    • acquainted, because we meet with it over and over again every day
    • waves of material existence broke over it; hence it manifest quite a
    • as he has a physical covering. What I have just said has nothing to do
    • to work on you and then reflect over them, you will find immense
    • these over into a later age? And are there on the other hand forms
    • external fact discovered by spectro-analysis. This is only one case
    • if man overcomes the opposing forces can he acquire the strong force
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    • further the Christ-Impulse from all sides, and moreover, when all is
    • world over, have been more interested in this subject than in any
    • incarnations just began as it is now, and that moreover in the distant
    • different forms; it will discover itself as something which man had to
    • were, point to the very time when conscience was first discovered in
    • discoveries of old Egypt to-day. As far as the content of these things
    • exist. But what the souls have acquired will pass over with them into
    • Here we come to an extremely important point; those men passed over to
    • special significance by having been consciously given over to the
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 7: The Further Development of Conscience
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    • who have also now passed over into the Spiritual realm, let us in
    • earlier conceptions is that he does not represent a God hovering in
    • possible is that of a God, a Christ, not only hovering in the higher
    • Christ may remain with humanity; that He may be rediscovered.
    • The fact which must be established over and over again by a renewal of
    • spiritual perception without the Gospels, is to be rediscovered within
    • of the historic Jesus being discovered in any other way than through
    • yet egoism and envy has considerable power over them. In the
    • unspiritual mode of comparison that must be overcome. For instance
    • waistcoat and trousers have been carried over and that on both
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    • We shall discover that during our normal life on earth we are able to
    • that a man only finds a measure of inner peace if he discovers the
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    • Moon, and in them you have the spiritual path covered after death.
    • absolutely without danger. We make the remarkable discovery that
    • on earth can be recalled by means of initiation, we discover that
    • In fact, the overall picture of your present incarnation corresponds
    • being begin over and over from infancy? Why does he not come into the
    • discovery of printing and incarnates again today, he will not have
    • Moreover, I have only described an average case because I have
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    • Hanover, November 18, 1912
    • moral defect or defect of memory, but he has no power over what is
    • investigated with great exactitude, new discoveries can be made all
    • of kamaloca is over, a man becomes aware of those who were near him
    • grandeur, of reverent awe, come over us when we look up into the
    • who longs to discover the source of the highest qualities he
    • has been made towards discovering the nature of a religion that has
    • man. This is not yet admitted all over the earth, but what is true
    • will achieve over the whole earth. The Christ impulse itself must
    • What could be more uplifting than to know that we can discover the
    • fount of our life between death and rebirth. We can discover our
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    • but there is a thought that can help us to overcome obstacles. It is
    • investigator but also to understand what has been discovered. These
    • kamaloca is over consists of visions. When the human being has gone
    • to know when the corresponding discovery has been made by means of
    • spiritual science to unite all religious creeds in peace over the
    • from Saturn, influences lovers who are brought together. Many things
    • Now let us go over to “Day” which lies on the opposite
    • power over “Night” and when he was alone with her in the
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    • discovered from the occult aspect in modern times. If a Buddhist were
    • discovered at a later date has nothing to do with the equal
    • His Being over the earth, that Christ died for all men. Although Paul
    • rediscovered in what exists already in the world.
    • figures The artistic element in these figures is usually overlooked.
    • adulation over them.
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    • consciousness. Moreover, the soul frequently tries to delude itself
    • life, relationships that work over from the one world into the other.
    • over and killed, and he was not killed because he was three minutes
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    • other direction that may be termed the sacred triad. We discover it
    • suppose that over a period of time we have not loved someone as he
    • over a period of fifteen years, we shall become aware of it after
    • would have been run over. That means that had we left at the right
    • people only consider the poverty-stricken sequence of what has
    • the same. Between death and rebirth we are spread out over the starry
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    • the right time we might have been run over, but we have been
    • things that could happen from which he is protected! We overlook them
    • if it is to live. The earth is covered with plants because the sun
    • after death. He must carry over from his physical body the forces that
    • has been developed, then there is nothing to carry over into the
    • do over into a spiritual condition again because man will have
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    • we discover that man then was rightly connected to the spiritual
    • nature over there. In order to experience anything of this kind one
    • souls after death, he discovers that it comes from the way of life of
    • to perform. The seer discovers souls who are appointed in the realm
    • souls and discovers that they all suffered from one common evil, the
    • death and a new birth. The seer discovers souls who have become the
    • to discover the physical causes of happenings, then one can always
    • mother carried him she would often go for walks over battle fields?
    • seer beholds a vast expanse of illness and death wholly governed by
    • be stifled in them. Each will sense, “Over there on those
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    • If he pursues the matter further, the seer discovers that even when
    • place where there is kind of overhand, the roof of which is supported
    • different frame of mind. Furthermore, the seer discovers the
    • example, the seer may discover souls in that realm who are the
    • discovers why they are condemned to serve as servants to the spirits
    • death and rebirth discovers the following.
    • women who could provide over a long period of time the appropriate
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    • then he was active again in the way described. The seer discovers him
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    • individuality that he has brought over from previous earth lives.
    • Supersensible perception discovers — particularly when it
    • in an earlier physical existence. We do in fact discover that souls
    • have their justification in the overall wisdom of the world. Even if
    • consider its counterpart in the overall structure of existence. For
    • limited, are not infinite. We discover that there are already souls
    • cannot overcome the weight. We need not despair today in respect to
    • matters are involved, how wisdom-filled the overall guidance is!
    • discover imperfections in the universe or in man's
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    • kamaloca is over. When an individual enters upon his devachanic
    • he breathed out his being into the silvery radiance glimmering over
    • inscribing of these imperfections is governed by the view that every
    • influence. It is then discovered that the inscribed imperfections
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    • that one knows oneself to be spread out over a vast space. This
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    • Here we also discover that those people who are unable to enter into
    • over the last centuries. It is the task of anthroposophy to bring
    • In conclusion, during life after death one first has to overcome the
    • painted over. It is the spot where something is being written down.
    • discovered only with great difficulty.
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    • but also overcomes a narrow-minded one-sidedness and promotes
    • passes over into “thought”.
    • Hanover Zoo there is also a lion; in the Munich Zoo there is still
    • connected with the lions in Berlin, Hanover and Munich; that is a
    • or Hanover or Munich lion. If you declare that there is a
    • you show me only the Berlin, Hanover, or Munich lion, you have not
    • and moreover we allow it to move with varying speeds, so that next
    • over a thought I have often mentioned — a thought formulated by
    • bumbling over the problem of “thought and language”. He
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    • but also overcomes a narrow-minded one-sidedness and promotes
    • puzzle for centuries over questions such as that of the hundred
    • The reason is that far too little trouble is taken over learning to
    • these findings, he does not ponder over them, but he is quite pleased
    • go so far as to throw a veil over all clear thinking. We must pay
    • how soles are cut, how the shoe is formed over the last, and how the
    • foundation of the world. Over this last the world-leather was once
    • one you laughed over — they exist everywhere to-day.
    • learnt the laws governing the combination and separation of
    • world-conceptions, does one not have over and over again the
    • not an easy thing to take part in such controversies as that between
    • required of people who engage in controversies nowadays. An immense
    • one must let that which corresponds to it pass over into movement —
    • does not pass over into “two”. It must always be taken as
    • “one”. Not even in thought can we pass over into two, or
    • matter and its laws they may be able to discover some exceptionally
    • Someone, however, might think this over, and after becoming a
    • world. But he grants validity only to those ideas that he discovers
    • tell me there are two hundred midges over there. I don't see
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    • but also overcomes a narrow-minded one-sidedness and promotes
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    • but also overcomes a narrow-minded one-sidedness and promotes
    • stood in the sign of Idealism, this will pass over into another
    • different when in this way its world-outlook-mood has passed over
    • will come into Mathematism. It would then pass over to a
    • configuration passed over into “Sun in the sign of Taurus”,
    • three decisions, through being spoken over a period in the cosmic
    • of the higher Hierarchies roam over the single individualities among
    • holy awe: we are overhearing the thought-activity of the cosmos.
    • In our day the veil over such a mystery as this must be lifted to a
    • terrible overweening narrow-mindedness, and wants to be “universal”.
    • theory now recognized all over the earth, and it acts as a hindrance
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    • but also overcomes a narrow-minded one-sidedness and promotes
    • passes over into “thought”.
    • Hanover Zoo there is also a lion; in the Munich Zoo there is still
    • connected with the lions in Berlin, Hanover and Munich; that is a
    • or Hanover or Munich lion. If you declare that there is a
    • you show me only the Berlin, Hanover, or Munich lion, you have not
    • and moreover we allow it to move with varying speeds, so that next
    • over a thought I have often mentioned — a thought formulated by
    • bumbling over the problem of “thought and language”. He
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    • but also overcomes a narrow-minded one-sidedness and promotes
    • puzzle for centuries over questions such as that of the hundred
    • The reason is that far too little trouble is taken over learning to
    • these findings, he does not ponder over them, but he is quite pleased
    • go so far as to throw a veil over all clear thinking. We must pay
    • how soles are cut, how the shoe is formed over the last, and how the
    • foundation of the world. Over this last the world-leather was once
    • one you laughed over — they exist everywhere to-day.
    • learnt the laws governing the combination and separation of
    • world-conceptions, does one not have over and over again the
    • not an easy thing to take part in such controversies as that between
    • required of people who engage in controversies nowadays. An immense
    • one must let that which corresponds to it pass over into movement —
    • does not pass over into “two”. It must always be taken as
    • “one”. Not even in thought can we pass over into two, or
    • matter and its laws they may be able to discover some exceptionally
    • Someone, however, might think this over, and after becoming a
    • world. But he grants validity only to those ideas that he discovers
    • tell me there are two hundred midges over there. I don't see
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    • but also overcomes a narrow-minded one-sidedness and promotes
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    • but also overcomes a narrow-minded one-sidedness and promotes
    • stood in the sign of Idealism, this will pass over into another
    • different when in this way its world-outlook-mood has passed over
    • will come into Mathematism. It would then pass over to a
    • configuration passed over into “Sun in the sign of Taurus”,
    • three decisions, through being spoken over a period in the cosmic
    • of the higher Hierarchies roam over the single individualities among
    • holy awe: we are overhearing the thought-activity of the cosmos.
    • In our day the veil over such a mystery as this must be lifted to a
    • terrible overweening narrow-mindedness, and wants to be “universal”.
    • theory now recognized all over the earth, and it acts as a hindrance
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    • art, suffering and man's sadness over suffering and all connected
    • has come the assurance that victory exists over pain. Yes, even over
    • eternity, a victory over death. All these supporting and uplifting
    • at all times and particularly in our own day have pondered much over
    • in its own centre and overcomes it. Thus death — as a gifted
    • over the nature that had developed up to the human being. But it has
    • apart into a feeling-man, a will-man and a thought-man. Ruling over
    • the victory of the eternal over the temporal. And so in the
    • victory of eternal life over the temporal and transitory. So too our
    • life becomes richer, more full of content, when we let it extend over
    • ray of light and overcome by us as living being, so a creation in
    • over other beings? When we deprive ourselves, give away, make
    • through the expansion of our life over other lives to absorb a higher
    • so too the Holy Spirit, which poured itself out over the Apostles at
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    • leader. Then the mission of this planet is fulfilled and it goes over
    • conflict, necessary conflict. But love will also overcome it and
    • evil will be overcome. Freedom and evil have the same original
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    • begins to work freely on the astral body and to gain mastery over the
    • passes over in an ascending one, in such a way that the poison
    • harmful effects being overcome through a recurrent similar process.
    • swing over to the other side like a pendulum. The possibility is
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    • We discover different relationships with each incarnation and
    • spiritual world, and nothing is left over, nothing, even while
    • be reported over there, which was meaningful for the Other
    • event took place on the Other Side: over here in life on earth
    • discoveries, are used to generate external cultural means
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    • possibility of influencing life by means of anthroposophy; moreover,
    • pleasure over it. For we can say that thanks to the fateful blow the
    • must first discover. What matter the rules by which I myself feel
    • soul-life. On the other hand, in a starved and impoverished soul and a
    • over all that has been done by the man in his life between birth and
    • After death, in looking back over life, we see what we have done wrong
    • This, indeed, is actually shown to us when we look out over a man's
    • in the first place we have a consciousness which extends over the time
    • all how anyone may take over his own karma, and in his fortieth year
    • already been said. Let us take a discoverer or an inventor, for
    • in the discovery there is a distinct action, a distinct achievement.
    • working in Columbus. That Columbus discovered America had certain
    • human life over long periods of time. Let us consider human life in
    • Kepler arrive at his discoveries? He did so because within him there
    • necessary for the discoveries which he was to make in the fifth age.
    • there are connections between cause and effect, which stretch over
    • telescope had not been discovered at that particular time. If we look
    • importance the discovery has been. Now it is well known that the
    • discovery of the telescope was made in the following way: Some
    • humanity which led to the discovery at that particular moment. Try to
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    • to his brain, etc., and so he has nothing left over with which to work
    • happened if the Sun had not split away from the Earth, and passed over
    • themselves over this time. As I have said, by far the greater number
    • carried the evolution over the critical period.
    • should now be obliged to hover around the earth because our
    • but each pain is for us a means to perfection; through overcoming it
    • through overcoming the pain, transform it into something beneficial
    • benefit. We men, however, have the power to overcome suffering while
    • you, and are taking to ourselves the power to overcome it.’
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    • admiration, just as do numerous other scientific discoveries.
    • actual knowledge and discoveries of Natural Science are by no means
    • discover the karmic cause of health, it will have to occupy itself a
    • over what lies further back can be obtained. Especially is this so in
    • carries its qualities over to the offspring it is again stimulated to
    • second corpse; an extract, however, of the etheric body is left over
    • anything over in the same way beyond the portal of death. When the
    • shall now understand how our deeds in one life can work over into our
    • let us pass over to what on the whole does not come to consciousness,
    • life and we cannot discover why we have to experience one thing or
    • discovers the impressions received during childhood which throw their
    • forgotten, these emotions and overflowings of feeling are particularly
    • man lives the whole of his last life backwards. He goes over all the
    • passing over to a new birth. On the whole, the etheric body of man
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    • certain illness, in order that by overcoming it and by developing the
    • obstacle in his own body and by overcoming this, he will be in the
    • whereby he overcomes suffering to gain some other thing, how, then,
    • does it come about that one succeeds in overcoming the disease and
    • overcome pneumonia. For it is exactly in the overcoming of this
    • pitched battle against them. Therefore in the overcoming of pneumonia
    • principles would be discovered by which to find a suitable remedy for
    • overcome illness. It will now no longer seem incomprehensible that in
    • to himself and others, then healing comes about and he recovers.
    • Now let us suppose a case in which a person overcomes a disease,
    • body by overcoming the disease. That you had to acquire; but you
    • organisation with the stronger forces it has gained by overcoming
    • humbly let such questions stand over. With our higher consciousness we
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    • malaria affords an opportunity of compensating for the overbearing
    • impoverishment of the blood, and that an over-developed
    • extreme. This impoverishment of the blood of an over-developed Ego
    • formed by a soul that has brought with it the tendency to overcome
    • for most people. When one has recovered from an illness, the effect
    • soon discover that we are attaining in a complicated way that which
    • history, we shall make strange discoveries concerning what is
    • course of his blood circulation, whereby he discovered the famous laws
    • at work when Galileo made this important discovery. Let us consider
    • of life, and that it constitutes a kind of surplus over and above what
    • rationally, we shall not find it difficult to discover Maya in our own
    • discovered by modern psychologists. As there exists but little
    • causes of illness, and of a light that is to be shed over the course
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    • musical talent brought over from a previous incarnation will be
    • dangerous in the highest degree. If the person were today to pass over
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    • suffer an illness which, if it is overcome, will free us still further
    • over-estimation of ourselves, and will make us less subservient to our
    • watches over the ordered cosmic design is fighting against that which
    • then became, and they have carried over with them what they acquired
    • Lucifer. The Angels, however, have carried over into the Earth the
    • themselves over and over again according to the rhythm of the Cosmos
    • forces are working in it which are retarded forces brought over from
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    • progress by triumphing over the ill that has been inflicted upon us.
    • have any power over the formative forces of the body.
    • people must take over the intentions of evolution. What would the
    • which presides over human evolution we stand in need of such people
    • concurrently or over longer periods, or where they are working against
    • discover the combined activity of Lucifer and Ahriman, we shall always
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    • before, these inventions or discoveries will make their appearance. A
    • Indeed, such matters are ordered by great laws. The discovery of one
    • opposite sense. Little by little it discovers a certain emptiness
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    • the same all over the world. I do not think it would be easy for him
    • way. Then he discovers that there are different sorts of matter. But I
    • reducible. Spiritual research discovers a condition of dissolution in
    • itself indicates what should lead to the overcoming of the
    • another, perhaps, only to overcome depression, this can be traced back
    • works over from the physical into the spiritual plane — impelling
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    • civilisation. Various legends about heroes who from Greece passed over
    • schools went over to the East and brought back to the Greeks those
    • lectures extending over three or four years and during that time gave
    • been acquired had to pass over to another, and there be perfected
    • acquired is carried over into the next. We can get an idea of this if
    • over into the general course of human evolution and this alone made it
    • same thing happen. Then we see the passing over of the Eastern wisdom
    • always trying to do their work over again, always trying to swing the
    • we can obtain the mastery over the luciferic and ahrimanic influences,
    • and being overcome by the feeling that above all they should in their
    • of spiritual culture, who preach over and over again that this
    • they have done; we can, as it were, take over the work of Lucifer and
    • interweave into external substance so that we completely overcome the
    • other side of evolution, and to overcome Lucifer and Ahriman, we must
    • mere abstract knowledge, but so that they should pass over into our
    • such pass over into the world. And the world will gradually see that
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    • prevailed at the beginning of their earth lives, continuing over long
    • discovers in the foundations of the Necessities the fundamental
    • All that a true self-knowledge can discover in itself —
    • nonsense, overflowing with contradictions, to the sort of
    • In these words one discovers
    • every human life, and one also discovers the mood that resounds out
    • their great benefit, and yet discover this: to understand as now
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    • its laws, and it must ever and again be able to step back over the
    • border region between the two worlds and the threshold itself over
    • Our conduct when passing over this
    • His sovereign domain is the mineral world, a world that is utterly
    • dead. One can say that death is poured out over the whole of the
    • Ahriman, however, can overstep his bounds. In the first
    • place, he can so far overdo that he sets to work on human thinking. A
    • but when he oversteps his territory, he develops the tendency to
    • world is his very own kingdom, the kingdom over which death is poured
    • However, Lucifer too can overstep his domain, and the
    • their overstepping their place. Lucifer has the tendency continually
    • over everything of soul feeling in the physical sense world. He has
    • numbers all over the world. In love with their own ideas, they fail
    • encroach most strongly when it oversteps its boundaries and works
    • these beings and where their unlawful activity, the overstepping of
    • limits, they entice human beings to an unlawful overstepping of the
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    • over the threshold into the elemental world. If the human soul
    • over the horizon of the consciousness, over the field of vision, or
    • consciousness, when returning over the threshold, were to take back
    • were to carry over into the physical world this desire of its etheric
    • to move freely, can come back over the threshold in the wrong way,
    • because his etheric brings over into the physical world the impulse
    • super-sensible world must not unlawfully be carried over when one
    • carry over into one world the method of observation that is right for
    • This, however, calls for overcoming something that is deeply rooted
    • physical world and close our eyes, overcome by sleep, the moment
    • thoughts were not things over which he has any command: they are
    • attitude to sympathy and antipathy cannot be carried over into the
    • cannot be discovered by external science or philosophy but only by
    • not carry over, on crossing the threshold, the usages of one into the
    • involved. At the moment we pass over the threshold into the spiritual
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    • objections as these of Ferdinand Fox, you will discover the way to
    • to the spiritual world can be understood better by discovering what
    • interplay of many other things. But the mostly overpowering
    • over the entire soul life in order to approach in the right way its
    • covered over by the passion of love.
    • plunge human civilization into impoverishment, devastation and decay.
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    • little cottage. Talking over things with those warmhearted people had
    • Felix built up for Capesius, who gradually was overcome by a peculiar
    • into small communities scattered over many different parts of the
    • cottage, he turned over in his mind the story of the fortress that
    • original language spoken over the whole world. Even now when you look
    • absolutely remarkable — you will discover how different the
    • to discover anything further of meaning, for every word revealed its
    • frankly, for I myself was exposed to this literary language over a
    • must never gain the upper hand over mankind. Through our vigilance we
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    • about only when they overstep their boundaries. The ahrimanic
    • Our karma, our destiny. Here we discover a mysterious process:
    • — and this must include your other self — to cover your
    • what we have discovered in the physical and elemental worlds, then we
    • must we carry over into the spirit realm out of the physical plane
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    • them. Through Ahriman's unjustified activity, overstepping his proper
    • Johannes has had an experience three times over,
    • is an entirely different matter fully consciously to give over to
    • tomorrow's lecture. You should mull it over. We will continue
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    • clairvoyant capacities in order to discover something he cannot know
    • The other beings appear to us in coverings more appropriate to their
    • us shudder, or it makes us blush, overcome with shame, to have to
    • will think back over the last three or four weeks — or better
    • arise. If you undertake such an exercise, you will discover that you
    • only through such descriptions that we will discover what man really
    • is, and discover too our relationship to the way the human being
    • human being seeking the discovery of his true ego in the spiritual
    • discover, although it discloses itself to the clairvoyant soul. We
    • diffused over the whole, development of even the other persons in
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    • covered with snow, the earth-spirits are directly united with the
    • range over the evolution of mankind from the point of view of
    • preference to any one special creed, or any one view of life over any
    • life in a sensible way, and then, as is soon discovered, we find our
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    • beings into existence and their annihilation. Yet we have discovered
    • make worse discoveries. We find that such men who wish to remain at
    • live around us would not be able to carry their development over into
    • that it would not die out spiritually, for its soul would pass over
    • passes over into man. This is most evident to clairvoyant vision when
    • we overlook all the immeasurable field of visionary life, that which
    • attained to life, so we must absorb that which we do not hand over to
    • would soon be covered with nothing but cornfields and grains of corn,
    • so the man who did not select his visions would be overwhelmed by
    • is rich in such deformities. All over the world, books are written
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    • earlier age works over into our own. Thus may we perceive how the
    • world. And running through all this, like light shining over it all
    • overripe in part, it was conquered, in an outer sense by Rome. An
    • in history, politics, law and government, is permeated to a high
    • secondary education should not be so overwhelmed by the waves of that
    • was, in a sense, a Roman discovery. The right that lends itself to
    • apt to be overlooked. How do the deeds of a Caracalla or anyone else
    • accord with the discovery of right for the good of humanity? We tend
    • In such ways as it could, this Roman civilization now took over
    • poverty of a large part of the population.
    • In the first era of its conquests Rome took over Greece. Then we see
    • over-spread with the formal element that belonged to Rome. All the
    • expansion of Christianity, this Latin-Roman element spread over all of
    • Now we see over and over again in history how what has gone before is
    • carried over into later events where it springs to life again in them.
    • art, philosophy and spiritual life flowed over into Rome. It was the
    • themselves like great lords and thought it an easy thing to take over
    • We have here a living instance of how something that has remained over
    • brought over from ancient Greece. We shall see tomorrow what it really
    • means that, as the fourth post-Atlantean age was passing over into the
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    • Discovery of America.
    • The Influence of Luciferic and Ahrimanic Beings on Historical Development. The clear Perception of the Sensory World and Free Imaginations as the Task of Our Time. Genghis Khan and the Discovery of America
    • carried over from the fourth into the fifth post-Atlantean age, and we
    • seen, directed to carrying over the ancient imaginations of the
    • a Roman Empire that would extend over the whole of the then known
    • So, over against this primal phenomenon, we have what Goethe calls
    • over here on the right would be Europe and Asia, and here on the left
    • were good and right in Atlantean times, have been carried over to our
    • the human race that would draw man away from the earth. Over against
    • the earth; this was provided through the discovery of the western
    • world. America, with all that it holds, was discovered and thereby
    • discovery of America and everything connected with it, and the way man
    • the activity of Genghis Khan. America had to be discovered so that man
    • America from Asia. Thus, normal forces developed through the discovery
    • all the treasures of gold that were discovered in America. What a hold
    • or Charles V, the ruler of the kingdom over which the “sun never
    • set.” Study the reaction of Europe to the gradual discovery and
    • Please do not go about saying that I have presented the discovery of
    • opposite. I have said that America had to be discovered and that the
    • in the normal direction. Over against a figure like Machiavelli, who
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    • nature of indications. Moreover, there is a further reason, which is
    • by modern man when a veil is drawn over certain processes that are
    • like living over a volcano. It is, however fully in accord with the
    • from the West through all that followed the discovery of America. It
    • has been overcome in a certain respect but continues to live on in it
    • covered over and unperceived in modern normal life.
    • the discovery of America, quite special conditions had gradually been
    • mysteries. Before the discovery of America, there were mysteries of
    • manner. Moreover, only certain secrets were communicated to the
    • naturally, the evolution of the earth would not continue if, over a
    • Through the mighty victory he had gained over the powerful black
    • mysteries of Taotl had borne fruit. The forces left over from the
    • if, in the sphere of the spirit, one could light a paper over a
    • solfatara. The forces are there under the covering of ordinary life,
    • of this when the Europeans discovered America. But it is even known in
    • Mexico after the discovery of America, and the fact is even known to
    • time has passed since America has been discovered. Otherwise, if
    • people would pass one another by, each brooding inwardly over himself
    • examine the Society, we find that, in looking back over the twice
    • merely pass over us. Rather, let us preserve it all in our hearts. In
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    • came over man in earlier ages somewhat in the way in which the desire
    • for sleep overtakes a man. It was, however, a force that entered the
    • subconscious condition that had carried over into the new age were now
    • today. Moreover, a great portion of mankind was omitted because the
    • We see streams of hatred flow over the world. Why are they set going?
    • do not spread over Europe. The only salvation for European culture, so
    • be shed over much that meets one today when a book such as that of Ku
    • overcome through a knowledge that conceives of the human being beyond
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    • as a kind of recurrence or revival of what spread over the earth as
    • succeeded the Great Spirit passed over to the East, to Asia, as it
    • over the earth. Similar attempts modeled on the campaign of the Huns
    • overthrown by physical deeds.
    • post-Atlantean epoch. So, in the cultural impulses that came over from
    • discovered later on by the Europeans. There the more ahrimanic part of
    • Mexico. Mysteries were established there, but they spread over a large
    • part of the America the Europeans had not yet discovered. If their
    • faculties possessing the highest degrees of control and mastery over
    • only be discovered by occult means — in the year 33 A.D.
    • after the discovery of that continent. Many Europeans met their death
    • For example, the Europeans were not to go over to that other world
    • clothed in wonderful fantasy, inasmuch as the discovery by the
    • ruler after the Mongols had stormed over to Europe. To Kublai Khan in
    • up longings to discover it. It was this book that induced Christopher
    • in the light of the science of the spirit, such as the discovery of
    • The fitting mood for discovering America at a definite epoch is
    • discover the magic land; indeed, this is mentioned in ordinary
    • different efforts to discover principles of national economy,
    • the animals. There you can see the thread leading over to the problem
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    • over from one age into another in the course of world evolution is
    • carried over through such powers, and we have been at pains to show
    • extension of the Templar Order from Jerusalem over the countries of
    • spread over the earth to permeate earth existence. Indeed, the danger
    • spread of the Templar Order over the various countries of Europe, the
    • through its activity and had spread over Western Europe, we have a
    • willing to concede power over gold to none but himself. He wished to
    • because he had seen how great was the moral power of the knights over
    • societies over England, France, Spain, part of Italy and Central
    • tries to gain power over him. He sees himself in the hands of the
    • over him as a temptation. Recognizing the unconscious capabilities of
    • the human soul, he repeatedly overcame the temptation that showed
    • overcome what otherwise remained in the subconscious. Many Knights
    • overcome it consciously.
    • over the earth. After he has seen and described much that causes
    • And as his spade unloosed the earthy covers,
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    • that can only be discovered when ones digs deeper into spiritual
    • things to a certain conclusion. As a rule, one skims over things in
    • thoughts would not have spread over Europe if this Locke-Voltaire
    • the matter. This mood, which is poured out over countless European
    • Such a man goes over into the spiritual world. The soul has thus left
    • super-sensible and allows it to radiate out over succeeding evolution.
    • this age are striking; they are grand. Over and over again people
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    • super-sensible world, over into the spiritual world, then everything
    • Naturally, then, one cannot imagine what would come over human beings
    • were spread over the regions now called India, Persia, Armenia, North
    • time it came over to Greece. Its influence is still to be traced in
    • West. In the West everything is overpowered by the Economic-industrial
    • In our age, clear thinking must spread over the whole earth.
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    • fearful deterioration that has overtaken the so-called culture of
    • for these things. What did these men do when misfortune broke over
    • impregnated with forces given over to national egoism, as would have
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    • or burial, is given over to the elements of the Earth; there, in its
    • something in us. We give our corpse over to the Earth, and by the help
    • when we have given our corpse over to the Earth. Thus, we are
    • Looking back over the evolution of our earth we find, preceding our
    • over, was ebbing away, there flowed in gradually, that which was
    • lordship over the earth. Instead of showing men today out of
    • the laity, for it is feared that men will discover that they cannot
    • piety built upon the mere Gospels. When you think over this, you will
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    • silver covering at the back which turns the transparent glass into a
    • — a man, moreover, held in high esteem by a particular religious
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    • leading. Our solution of the difficulty should be to overcome
    • Catholic Nuntiate in Berlin under the auspices of a Berlin Government
    • Power which over-rules man, which compels him to think in this or in
    • over to the Luciferic Powers, by calling up within themselves this
    • inner connections which may not be overlooked any longer. We must face
    • conception or birth, and Lucifer hovers over him and from that which
    • too, I see many who would like to doze over things that reveal
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    • accompanying spiritual development is overcome by the attitude
    • preponderance, an imbalance of the one force over the other. Hence it
    • that in the evening we set ourselves to think over the events and
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    • accompanying spiritual development is overcome by the attitude
    • activity. Moreover it operates upon and vitalizes the religious needs
    • he discovers what he was before he descended into this physical
    • incarnation in a physical body for this life. He discovers also that
    • given over to the forces of the earth as they work in the external
    • over the surface of external events, without regarding the
    • Mystery of Golgotha man overcomes all doubts which are contained so
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    • life into the breadth of the world' so that we can overcome the
    • this enthusiasm, this overflowing joy in nature — that is what
    • mountains, fresh mineral forms that flow as water over the earth in
    • the future, all this is seen to pass over again into the great
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    • life into the breadth of the world' so that we can overcome the
    • gloat over their subtlety, but it simply fails to sense how basically
    • cover the meaning, but they do express the realities inherent in
    • spirituality poured out over outer nature, which is a mirror of the
    • substance within man has been delivered over to the Dragon; for it is
    • will have to take part in Michael's victory over the Dragon. And this
    • confidence in spirit, something will come over him like an
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    • of life into the breadth of the world' so that we can overcome the
    • discover a certain emotional content underlying the actual dream
    • human beings the dream remains an experience that does not pass over
    • physical and etheric bodies, passes over into the experiences of the
    • into the spiritual world. The same methods can be carried over
    • be discovered if we seek through spiritual science the deeply
    • primitive way, a certain space for a chamber that was covered for
    • cromlechs were mostly erected over graves — he set up this
    • well — even over as far as Norway — are to be found many
    • rediscover, for example, that the purpose of the Mithras Cult was to
    • us — as over against debating the needs of the social life in
    • must overcome this earthworm nature; it must emerge, must get into the
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    • life into the breadth of the world' so that we can overcome the
    • By some sort of more sensitive examination I discover changes in this
    • Outwardly, frost and snow cover the ground, and the germs of the earth
    • Like all super-sensible observation, all this passes over into
    • that this makes a covering for the earth's body so that within it the
    • the earth; and in the summertime he found them given over to the vast
    • But man must not die: he must not let himself be overpowered. He
    • his Gemüt with Christ, the victor over death, in order to
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    • over the cosmic sphere within which he exists together with the
    • can be done. Suppose you go over your old treasured papers and look
    • yourself are traveling with the sun over the vault of heaven; you
    • disapproving way, one who emanates his sour atmosphere over
    • certain colouring, but something is expressed which has passed over
    • over into and moulds the physical body; and so markedly does this
    • pass over gradually from the memory-experience to the experience of
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    • impulses pass over into his bodily substance, I called in yesterday's
    • over into later years.
    • physical body which is given over to the elements of the earth, and
    • given him as a covering, as a garment, as an instrument, namely the
    • effects of the sun thus passed over into the Athenian boys. The
    • earth. One who has developed spiritual vision discovers that
    • illumination spread out over them in a wonderful play of colour. This
    • atmosphere over the clouds there live the Luciferic spirits, just as
    • We then discover how the Ahrimanic and Luciferic beings
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    • out by our astral body when we pass over into the condition of sleep.
    • ponders over them and inwardly digests them, reveals in a material
    • physiognomy and gesture pass over into the inner being of nature.
    • is such that we can say: When we pass over livingly into nature the
    • himself if he goes back actively over his youth. I told you how he
    • connections and then quite important discoveries can be made. Let us
    • impression from the day to pass over from vivid inner experiences of
    • memory to the vision of spatial external things. He experiences over
    • over into nature.
    • the head pass over into the whole body. They first fill the body and
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    • The Crystal Covering of the Earth
    • covering of snow, and even more about the falling snow-flakes, that
    • time the opportunity of going down into a deep cellar over which
    • feeling that just as we live imaginatively into the crystal covering
    • experiences of the cosmos in this crystal covering.
    • of the metals begins to develop cosmic poesy, when it passes over
    • For in sprouting and budding, in the over pressure of the pure forces
    • how, if ever a higher temperature is developed they pass over into
    • super-homeopathic part of the lead which passes over continually into
    • which comes over from former earthly lives. Anyone who has a feeling
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    • that ancient world we should see all round us, over there a
    • appearing and then fading away. He would not speak of plants covering
    • extends over a relatively short span of time. Yet just as we can
    • discover in those ancient times. We feel so bound up with these
    • use of them, than to ponder over what had happened in the past. We
    • sulphurous. Oxygen gradually gained the upper hand over the sulphur,
    • still discover. Of the most ancient creatures of which I have spoken
    • Think over these things and you yourselves will say: In contrast with
    • earth passed over into the moral impression. For each metal tells us
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    • in which the word sounds forth from the mouth. He was told over and
    • over again: “Notice what you feel when the word sounds forth
    • body, were as a veil over the cosmic mysteries which sounded from his
    • veil covering the mystery of the cosmos, he could be led still
    • further into that which extends the cosmic mystery as it were over
    • to feel himself as a covering or veil of the tiny reflection of this
    • earth passed over from one level as it were to another. Let us
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    • which today can be re-discovered through insight into the spiritual
    • taken over much from the older spiritual movements in which the
    • overcome as in other similar cases; they offer nevertheless, even to
    • been built for them over each abyss. And they were so deeply
    • Over this statue, over the head of this statue which was
    • peculiarly characteristic, over the head there was something which
    • statue, the elastic one, the whole form recovered itself of its own
    • appeared as if covering the sun. The statues were very large so that
    • covering the sun. Then came forth as if out of a musical-harmonic
    • he could not overcome in himself doubt as regards knowledge, and he
    • was brought to have the feeling that he could not overcome these
    • then appeared over that second statue and again out of a
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    • came over him more and more the oftener he allowed these things to
    • his sense of touch spread out over his skin, he perceived: “I
    • Cosmos as forces which come over out of the past into the present,
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    • allow that to come over him which worked a still further result. When
    • swim, hover, move in this element. Thus the impressions which were
    • experienced the necessity of overcoming his own Ego, because
    • survey, an outlook over human pre-earthly and post-earthly life. It
    • gave them at the same time a survey over Cosmic life, into which man
    • over in Palestine, the wonderful events came to pass which we
    • over Europe, even though only in a weak echo, the very time when the
    • spread in the most magnificent way. But it finally overwhelmed that
    • stream which came over from the West, from Hibernia, which as a last
    • the new consciousness. Something spread over Europe from Hibernia
    • over-shadowed that which came from the spiritual exaltation of men,
    • the upper hand over that which derived from spiritual insight. The
    • upper hand over the wonderful imaginative pictures which came over
    • from Hibernia and which could be presented in cults, over the
    • wisdom which came over from Hibernia was no longer grasped in its
    • darkness was drawn over the spiritual life, in which men boasted
    • the age of freedom. Today we look back over these things, we gaze
    • that which has been achieved and discovered by oneself. And one
    • a high spiritual wisdom, which once poured itself over humanity on
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    • spiritual life that which had originated in Hibernia was brought over
    • understand what had come over from the Mysteries of Hibernia, but, as
    • In general, there spread over Europe that for which
    • Fundamentally, all this had been gradually prepared over
    • extended over long periods in the course of this instruction) he was
    • condition of infinite ramification extended over the whole of cosmic
    • would be over-powered by sight, as it were, unless this effect of
    • over into the Jewish and Arabian schools. From thence it came across
    • other version of Aristotle — over into Asia. That Eleusinian
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    • discovered and experienced through the warm air in the heights, so
    • element certain properties which he has discovered. Then he observes
    • indications the pupil was led by the teacher to discover within
    • during the ancient Moon-period. They came over in airy form when the
    • learnt to observe how, over the surface of the earth, man and the
    • One can go over to Asia, and there again find human beings different.
    • physiognomy of man over the whole earth, in the living way it was
    • was the preparation for what later on poured over from Africa into
    • inner being the idea that to this there belonged what drifted over
    • from the north-east, the dry cold, and what drifted over from the
    • fiery dryness; that which drifts over from the north, from Asia must
    • be united with that which drifts over from the south from Asia. From
    • man the impulse to carry over to Asia what was then this natural
    • science. Then in a weakened diluted form it later came across over
    • nature in Asia, for only their corpses were brought over to Europe.
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    • If we were to pass over to the East, the Orient —
    • far and wide among the races over the earth, and was specially
    • Macedonian nation arose, we find how at that time there flowed over
    • a man could let his gaze roam over the earth, but when he saw the
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    • said in the last lecture, the Mysteries extended over different
    • was formerly divided among the different Mysteries over the earth.
    • passed over into quite a different one, in which as it were all
    • into it oxalic acid, which can be extracted from clover, and mix with
    • remains over is formic acid. The oxalic acid is transformed in losing
    • oxalic acid, yes, that is most predominant in clover but oxalic acid
    • said: I can turn my gaze outwards to the earth, over which the plant
    • acid chiefly in sorrel and in the plants of the clover family, but in
    • in the whole vegetable covering of the earth, into formic acid; and
    • in piety preparatory to his experiments, discovered that his
    • and find it out, or would think about it in order to discover it. As
    • what had come over as tradition from those times when astrologers had
    • sounds, which then pass over into harmonies and melodies, and in
    • make themselves felt, and all this then passes over into forms of
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    • applies to everything that may be said and discovered by
    • branch of knowledge today must never overlook all that natural
    • as the ancients saw them; moreover, if a person did see things
    • the discoveries and calculations of astronomy. To the
    • spiritual cosmos is added. And when we seek to discover what
    • science we discover at first certain guidelines for empirical
    • be the correct one. All controversies about materialism,
    • contribution to what is discovered when the actual human brain
    • the brain itself, a life of soul over and above this does not
    • life of soul over and above the structure of the human brain
    • brain, and that the brain, moreover, can do everything that the
    • to himself, “Over and above this brain of mine, I possess
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    • led over into the realm of life. The human organization cannot
    • instinctive inner perception, you will be able to discover the
    • systematic investigations, you will discover what a difference
    • human being, only of course they must cover the different
    • periods of human life. You will gradually discover the
    • You yourselves can certainly discover the methods; they will be
    • discover can be verified through purely physical,
    • even into the nervous system. In this way you will discover
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    • over the entire human being. The nervous and sensory functions
    • extends over the whole being of man. The rhythmic human being
    • overpowering effect of the physical and etheric organisms in
    • at puberty — a portion of the metabolism is given over to
    • discoveries.
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    • from the outset that the plant covering of our earth is passing
    • plant is led over into the realm of the most weightless
    • understand how the heart-lung activity leads over into
    • what has been vitalized over into the astral organism, you will
    • the skin, spread out over the entire skin — the senses of
    • something remains over from the formative force proceeding
    • been left over.
    • slight. We must never over-stimulate the organism; whenever it
    • that demands are being made on the over-active astral body by
    • invariably discover that the flower is thorny, bordering on the
    • much can be discovered. Furthermore, we can very easily be led
    • nerve-sense activity — cannot discover in any rational
    • organism, which governs the circulation. This will now
    • being. In the same way we can discover definite connections
    • that must be overcome if the rhythmic process in the human
    • the clay, but there must always be something leading over into
    • over into organic life, and the subsequent intervention of the
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    • which, to be sure, must nevertheless be overcome in our time — it is
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    • recalls a resounding from ancient wisdom. Then one is carried over to
    • weaken, the power over the spirit, the inner consciousness, to the
    • psychiatry — to discover that not so long ago psychiatrists also at
    • discover when the physiological therapeutic domain is fructified with
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    • primarily in the head, it nevertheless extends over the entire
    • extends over the entire human being so that in a certain sense the
    • that could lead organically over into therapy; it must be studied
    • as I have indicated, the systems are spread out over the entire
    • strongly poisonous on the head system, which means working over
    • overcoming the force of attraction of the earth prevailing in the
    • discover its effects in the process of rheumatism, in the process of
    • been studied in an example such as the betula alba, an overview has
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    • processes, as I have explained to you), can occasionally be overcome
    • appearing in certain plants, then we can discover in a study such as
    • for what spiritual investigation discovers. People today who refuse
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    • said and discovered by Anthroposophy in regard to the different
    • knowledge to-day must never overlook all that science has
    • thought, which is assisted, moreover, by all kinds of scientific
    • impossible, and moreover, if such a thing were to happen, a man would
    • including all the discoveries and calculations of astronomy. To the
    • Cosmos is added. And when we seek to discover what exists in this
    • ordinary empiricism. From Spiritual Science we discover certain
    • particular view is correct.’ All controversies about
    • discovered when the actual brain is left out of account and we deal
    • soul over and above this does not seem to be necessary. The only
    • persons with a right to speak of a life of soul over and above the
    • that the brain, moreover, can do everything that the super-sensible
    • say to himself: ‘Over and above this brain of mine, I possess a
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    • were asked to map out a course of medical study to cover a certain
    • inorganic realm) are led over into the realm of life. The
    • will be able to discover the relations between inner sentient
    • systematic investigations, you will discover what difference there is
    • being, only of course they must cover the different periods of his
    • life. You will gradually discover the relation of the
    • organisation with nitrogen. It is, moreover, possible to relate all
    • that direction. You can certainly discover the methods on your own
    • and all that you discover can be verified in a purely material sense.
    • Along these lines we shall discover the rational connection between
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    • over the whole being. The nervous and sensory functions of the skin,
    • far as the metabolic system extends over the whole being. Again, the
    • over to the sex organs. This leads to an essential change in the
    • man. Moreover these two are in mutual interaction, inasmuch as
    • remarkable discoveries.
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    • the outset that the plant-covering of our earth is passing through
    • over into the realm of the most delicate inorganic substance —
    • heart and lungs lead over into the realm of life all that is taken up
    • by the organism, and how the kidneys in turn lead this over into the
    • seat in the skin, are spread out over the whole skin — the
    • senses. Sight itself is due to the fact that something remains over
    • “something” that has been left over.
    • must never be over-stimulated; whenever it is possible to use a
    • demands are being made on the overactive astral body by an
    • learnt. Moreover, we can very easily be led to other things. We can
    • and senses-cannot discover in any rational sense the relations
    • which governs the circulation. This will now stimulate a strong,
    • organs of man. In the same way we can discover definite connections
    • overcome if the rhythmic process in the human organism is to be
    • leading over into the realm of art. Without this, true therapy is
    • preliminary to leading it over into the realm of organic life, and
    • congested and are spreading unduly over the organism. If by the outer
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    • sphere. This membering into three spheres will overcome the polarizing
    • clearly evident to everyone that over a great part of the civilized
    • have thus been discovered, according to the methods of scientific
    • nineteenth century, claimed to have discovered laws, according to
    • before the activity of social life. It has not discovered laws
    • social life through which an appeal to the governing classes is made:
    • unfavorably the discoveries of modern times through scientific
    • anything about man's innermost being, science overreaches itself. It
    • been diffused increasingly over the whole human race, first over the
    • cities, then all over the land. It is, therefore, no mere achievement
    • governed only by mechanical laws, have nothing to give a man that has
    • superstructure, a phantom hovering over the only reality, over the
    • and obtained influence over enormous numbers of people. He always
    • being a freedom-loving heart should beat. He pointed out over and
    • over again that political life must become democratic, that power and
    • Government, which he evidently regarded as the most advanced, was
    • ‘In future there must be no more governments over men, over
    • The economic aspect of life has to a great extent over-spread
    • natural economy, a veil has, as it were, been drawn over the whole
    • conditions governing prices.
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    • sphere. This membering into three spheres will overcome the polarizing
    • Parliamentary administration must be deprived of all authority over
    • governed in accordance with the conditions of its own nature. The
    • be consumed, become in their turn, as consumers, tyrants over
    • management over the whole, and, above all those, a central board to
    • To overlook these
    • tyrannizes over them.
    • following example shows the result of this. A government or an
    • necessary with money. A man gives over money, lends it, insures
    • to know how any one can possibly discover whether a commodity ought
    • tyrannizing over human needs and the interference with consumption is
    • agree with him; for all such matters are overlaid by party opinion.
    • people away from that feeling for truth. Hence, one finds over and
    • over again that those who are more or less dependent on the mere
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    • sphere. This membering into three spheres will overcome the polarizing
    • discover that all the institutions in social life originate in the
    • life, through which we seek to govern the economic system, have
    • force within ourselves to govern economic life by our thoughts and
    • leading circles, among the governing classes, there is an unconscious
    • leading, governing classes have given themselves up instinctively to
    • overcome. While in wide socialist circles the belief is current that
    • obvious that it can no longer be overlooked — that an
    • law, to discover whence it comes. A solution of this problem has been
    • are established. Thus we discover law as a development within, and
    • Government, arose in Austria. Now how was this representation of the
    • commented on; but no one has discovered how it might be altered,
    • transparent truths are overshadowed by modern life, and that it is
    • governed and administered. In this scheme it is thought that those
    • circumstances which they would transform into circumstances governed
    • will now show how the sphere of justice passes over from the actual
    • great error must be overcome — the great error: that we need
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    • sphere. This membering into three spheres will overcome the polarizing
    • WHEN we look over the
    • social conditions prevailing all over the civilized world something
    • which must inevitably very soon break out in a terrible manner over
    • over-spread all modern scientific activity to an ever increasing
    • discover what the human being really is, when we recognize that one
    • prevailing in natural science, must be overcome by modern spiritual
    • covering for a spiritual center of work; for external social
    • understanding, what is overlooked? A teacher of this kind does not
    • vehemence will sweep over the lands, bringing destruction in their
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    • sphere. This membering into three spheres will overcome the polarizing
    • overlap. In view of this state of things it may well he asked: How
    • power of the law is to extend over economic processes.
    • over the economic life, tyranny of the state, of the legal system,
    • over the economic system will arise. We see that the changes demanded
    • for the recovery of economic life are not such as arise naturally out
    • that thought in the social chaos existing over a large part of the
    • determine the legal order governing their relations with one another.
    • spirit extends its interests over all life. We have been condemned to
    • has traveled all over the world in order to acquaint himself with
    • handing over the means of production to the community, we transfer it
    • over from one sphere into another — since he belongs to all
    • is ready for operation, the creator of it takes over the management
    • on the way to recovery.
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    • sphere. This membering into three spheres will overcome the polarizing
    • that over a large part of the civilized world the people have torn
    • All over the world the
    • governed by two impulses, about which it is of the highest importance
    • phrases current on this subject. To say that egoism must be overcome
    • egoistic reasons, extends over the common family life, over the
    • common life of the tribe, over the common life of the nation, of the
    • common life of human beings all over the civilized globe in this
    • life were governed by its own conditions, and an attempt were made to
    • with regard to the economic life: “How can we overcome
    • two — consumption governed by egoism, and production in
    • result of the continual widening of man's horizon all over the world?
    • over the evils of life seize upon the first means at hand to carry
    • It is one and the same in the experience of all human beings all over
    • all results is the same over the whole earth. Many people speak of
    • spiritual perception, is one. Then, over the whole earth, people will
    • of other nations and peoples over the whole earth.
    • over the whole earth is the other unity. In order that the earth may
    • over the earth are not affected by variations in nationality. Human
    • egoism, but from love, and which, therefore, can govern production.
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    • soil. We must not overlook this fact, especially when we pass from
    • which remained more or less the same over long periods, and to human
    • and pass over to the fully free position (for so they called it) of
    • that was consolidated, and moreover by means of sheer force. And this
    • of competition. And when the war was over, this question could arise:
    • Capital as such. Accumulations of Capital are active as such. Over and
    • impoverished. And this is happening to-day, far more perhaps than
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    • point of view, and the other is right. Over against the reality, such
    • presently see — we shall discover the only real and possible
    • their theory of Economics, have stumbled again and again over this
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    • Our first need is to discover what is really the proper form of
    • do something of a kind that can increase the turnover [Umsatz].
    • Moreover, simultaneously with this culmination of the emancipated life
    • it was coined very late. We need not dwell overmuch on this external
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    • man hands the whole business over to another man. The transfer will
    • over to a skilled smith. The smith has the Spirit, the intelligence,
    • abstraction. Moreover, it is essential if the thing is to go on at all
    • lenders are a whole number of people who hand over their superfluous
    • of the man who receives the Money? Will he be able to lead it over
    • “borrowed” Capital — passes over into the second
    • passes over into the division of Labour, the thing that is there in
    • the picture, “Labour taken hold of by the Spirit.” Over
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    • Spirit. Then the existence of Capital as such. Capital passes over
    • degree of value, it no longer moves; for something now stands over
    • comes to an end, passing over into devaluation. Here there arises a
    • (It would be different if we were able to lead it over into Labour
    • leading the Capital directly over into Labour). But suppose there is
    • will have to be led over into this branch of production. Thus the
    • Moreover, as I beg you to consider, this will be necessary, if only
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    • not be built unless the differential calculus had been discovered. To
    • Governments nor private people nowadays, it says, are inclined to
    • must be changed — it is time Governments and individuals began to
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    • and if moreover the price of the value is to be arrived at along the
    • are gained — rights, in this case, over land. Thus we have the
    • The man who has the free right of disposal over land looks after
    • Now, what is this excess of what they give him over what he
    • governing this tendency for prices to rise above or to sink below
    • called forth through the fact that what I had to repeat twice over a
    • out over a long period of time and you will find the relationship of
    • prevented by leading over the excess Capital, not into the land, where
    • once taken over by the process of Nature. Either it is eaten, in which
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    • must fall to the Associations to discover, from the barometer of
    • cover the facts). It passes — under the conditions that obtain
    • All this shows that something else has to play over into the economic
    • sovereign) were recognised by no one as a real value — a value
    • ideas and carry them over into their whole conception of the economic
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    • discover what is the real source of such payment. People who look for
    • Circulating Capital is more or less covered by these three categories:
    • Trade Capital, Loaned Capital and Industrial Capital. Moreover, these
    • the economic life unfolds in a political way, playing over into the
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    • by Capital; and Capital eventually emancipates itself and passes over
    • and again to discover from direct economic experience what can be said
    • Moreover, the thing would be still
    • suction. Moreover, it sucks in the same direction in which advantage
    • interest. The wide outlook over the economic process will be active;
    • Moreover the moment Intelligence is to enter the economic life, we
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    • and moreover its own spiritual life. Such a private economy —
    • Soviet Government can be sold at all. The Pope does at least content
    • himself with proscribing books; but under the Soviet Government
    • published save those which the Government permits.
    • economies gradually passed over into national economies,*
    • — gradually passes over into the hands of government departments,
    • organisation. We see the economic passing over into the life of the
    • exchange is regulated in many different ways. The regulation hovers
    • like a kind of cloud over it all. The exchange, the trade or commerce
    • Moreover, while this was going on, it was still possible to develop
    • a rule, it is more than compensated. Moreover, whatever the national
    • impossible state of affairs over the Earth. Such a condition of
    • over goods, which do wear out. This is a most important point and it
    • their work really provide whatever passes over directly into human
    • of the fact that they are the producers; and over against them the
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    • sovereigns were as big as tables it would be far more difficult to
    • sovereigns were as big as tables it would indeed be less comfortable
    • through the fact that it is taken over by the Spirit of Man and so
    • that after a certain time all that is loaned money passes over into
    • must gradually pass over entirely into gift-money. Loaned money must
    • Loaned money, therefore, passes over into gift-money. So it must be in
    • covering a period of only three years; in that case I should be a bad
    • first place, gift-money, which is the oldest, must be handed over to
    • are only these three kinds of money. Moreover, each kind of
    • entering into the economic process or passing over from one form of
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    • turned over in his astute head, this man says to himself: “These
    • first taken over by human Labour.
    • Obviously the first stage in the process — in the taking-over of
    • the whole of economic life. But how is it when we go over to the other
    • sermon must have an economic value, and moreover how it acquires this
    • irrelevant. Qua bodily work it may be very little. Moreover
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    • Moreover, since you can see from my Threefold Commonwealth that
    • — we can extend it over the entire world-economy —
    • amount of Labour is needed, shall we say, to produce wheat over a
    • distributed over the whole of a “closed” economic domain.
    • fetch their wheat and rye and beef for themselves, they will hand over
    • values. And these tickets must be handed over to those who need them,
    • would bring about feasible prices? The moment you begin to lead over
    • “Wheat producible over a given number of acres,” and this
    • require to maintain myself as a human being. Moreover, by this means
    • production should be dealt with in this way. Moreover, it is only in
    • of Nature — has been cleared and can be handed over for use,
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    • seeds and grow, that make the animals; to spread abroad over the face
    • of Rome took over what we may call the surface brightness, the sheen,
    • prevented from finding their way over to the West. We must realise
    • that Zarathustra beheld Him. Then His power went over into the rays
    • coming over from the East and spreading continually westward by
    • over the deepest Christian Mysteries.
    • called it — is past and over. All around us is the
    • and powerful longing that had come over from former lives on Earth.
    • Ahrimanic forces must be overcome with spiritual energy and
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    • moreover he himself has in a certain sense been working down into the
    • life, governed, shall we say, by earthly love, of which we have
    • spirit, enters the world of soul and spirit. Suppose moreover
    • we experience something like astonishment and wonder. Moreover we
    • one. Moreover it is this that guides us — far away back you
    • fact he springs from the entire Universe. Moreover his life of soul
    • stars and then recovers itself from the world of stars, — only
    • lay our right hand over our left, or, more generally speaking, to
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    • connection with external earthly substances, when he passes over into
    • But no sooner have you passed over into the condition of sleep than
    • and dissolve not away in the Mist of the Worlds. This is moreover an
    • experience which the heart-perception must needs carry over into
    • brought over, then the substances we take as nourishment during the
    • see that the Divine forces are carried over into waking life. For it
    • again a feeling of anxiety comes over man. He feels: What if I lose
    • Sun-eye; it may be said to extend over and involve the entire man.
    • passing over into death. For the fact is, we overcome death, until
    • you know, the memory that looks back over the last Earth life. The
    • blessing of the Cosmos as it hovers over a cornfield that is just
    • hovers over a meadow whose blossoms are unfolding to the light. For
    • discover, and in this way they developed their true cosmology.
    • dead. One of the first things we discover is that the dead can
    • ‘togetherness’ that should subsist, the world over,
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    • overcome with anxiety and apprehension; then you will also remember
    • asleep and awaking, man actually covers the whole cosmic
    • existence beyond the Earth. I told you moreover that it is the forces
    • moral responsibilities, and we feel moreover that our whole
    • brings over with him from sleep terrible demonic forces of
    • live then more in himself, But here we discover another difference
    • force, and so it will come about that Saturn has less power over him.
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    • control in man over all that has to do with the instincts and
    • usurp from Jahve his rightful sovereignty. For it is owing to the
    • rightful sovereignty of Jahve that the human race as we know it has
    • over against the Jahve race, which is mankind — this other race
    • over again. For, time after time, when they think they are on their
    • within man's nature one of them gains a victory over the other. The
    • situation is different if Ahriman gains a victory over the Moon
    • Godhead; or again, if the air-fire beings gain a victory over
    • over the Luciferic powers who try to permeate man throughout
    • Ahriman has won a victory over Lucifer. Since however, as a result,
    • over the Ahrimanic powers, who would like to harden man and drag him
    • a victory over these powers, then the person concerned succumbs to
    • are victorious over the Ahrimanic in the ether-body, then the person
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    • begin to discover what kind of spiritual forces are connected with
    • man and given over to destruction? Truth is: When man is born and has
    • in the powers of Death. Moreover the powers of Death are at the same
    • my failing. Precisely by experiencing the deed all over again in
    • soul and spirit, the urge is born in me to overcome it by a better
    • you will now live on. Moreover into this life amid the Stars you bear
    • we may truly say, has taken over the Spiritual guidance of mankind.
    • will spread over the Earth. It is as though Michael goes before,
    • body, which he takes over when he steps forth into his new life on
    • Moreover, as our incarnations of the Earth go on, this will lead
    • not be utterly absorbed in earthly things, but should pass over, ever
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    • seeds and grow, that make the animals; to spread abroad over the face
    • of Rome took over what we may call the surface brightness, the sheen,
    • prevented from finding their way over to the West. We must realise
    • that Zarathustra beheld Him. Then His power went over into the rays
    • coming over from the East and spreading continually westward by
    • over the deepest Christian Mysteries.
    • called it — is past and over. All around us is the
    • and powerful longing that had come over from former lives on Earth.
    • Ahrimanic forces must be overcome with spiritual energy and
  • Title: Lecture: Planetary Spheres: Lecture II
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    • moreover he himself has in a certain sense been working down into the
    • life, governed, shall we say, by earthly love, of which we have
    • spirit, enters the world of soul and spirit. Suppose moreover
    • Moreover we take the sense of wonder deep into our soul when we not only
    • one. Moreover it is this that guides us — far away back you
    • fact he springs from the entire Universe. Moreover his life of soul
    • stars and then recovers itself from the world of stars, — only
    • lay our right hand over our left, or, more generally speaking, to
  • Title: Lecture: Planetary Spheres: Lecture III
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    • connection with external earthly substances, when he passes over into
    • But no sooner have you passed over into the condition of sleep than
    • and dissolve not away in the Mist of the Worlds. This is moreover an
    • experience which the heart-perception must needs carry over into
    • brought over, then the substances we. take as nourishment during the
    • see that the Divine forces are carried over into waking life. For it
    • again a feeling of anxiety comes over man. He feels: What if I lose
    • Sun-eye; it may be said to extend over and involve the entire man.
    • passing over into death, For the fact is, we overcome death, until
    • you know, the memory that looks back over the last Earth life. The
    • blessing of the Cosmos as it hovers over a cornfield that is just
    • hovers over a meadow whose blossoms are unfolding to the light. For
    • discover, and in this way they developed their true cosmology.
    • dead. One of the first things we discover is that the dead can
    • ‘togetherness’ that should subsist, the world over,
  • Title: Lecture: Planetary Spheres: Lecture IV
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    • overcome with anxiety and apprehension; then you will also remember
    • asleep and awaking, man actually covers the whole cosmic
    • existence beyond the Earth. I told you moreover that it is the forces
    • moral responsibilities, and we feel moreover that our whole
    • brings over with him from sleep terrible demonic forces of
    • live then more in himself, But here we discover another difference
    • force, and so it will come about that Saturn has less power over him.
  • Title: Lecture: Planetary Spheres: Lecture V
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    • control in man over all that has to do with the instincts and
    • usurp from Jahve his rightful sovereignty. For it is owing to the
    • rightful sovereignty of Jahve that the human race as we know it has
    • over against the Jahve race, which is mankind — this other race
    • over again. For, time after time, when they think they are on their
    • within man's nature one of them gains a victory over the other. The
    • situation is different if Ahriman gains a victory over the Moon
    • Godhead; or again, if the air-fire beings gain a victory over
    • over the Luciferic powers who try to permeate man throughout
    • Ahriman has won a victory over Lucifer. Since however, as a result,
    • over the Ahrimanic powers, who would like to harden man and drag him
    • a victory over these powers, then the person concerned succumbs to
    • are victorious over the Ahrimanic in the ether-body, then the person
  • Title: Lecture: Planetary Spheres: Lecture VI
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    • begin to discover what kind of spiritual forces are connected with
    • man and given over to destruction? Truth is: When man is born and has
    • in the powers of Death. Moreover the powers of Death are at the same
    • my failing. Precisely by experiencing the deed all over again in
    • soul and spirit, the urge is born in me to overcome it by a better
    • you will now live on. Moreover into this life amid the Stars you bear
    • we may truly say, has taken over the Spiritual guidance of mankind.
    • will spread over the Earth. It is as though Michael goes before,
    • body, which he takes over when he steps forth into his new life on
    • Moreover, as our incarnations of the Earth go on, this will lead
    • not be utterly absorbed in earthly things, but should pass over, ever
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture I: The Event of the Appearance of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • themes covered here are the etherization of the blood and the three
    • experience. This is not so apparent over short periods, but if we
    • allow the discoveries of spiritual research to stream into them.
    • earth could have been overlooked by everyone, just as it passed
    • human beings over Kali Yuga! The possibility for further evolution
    • humanity overlooked these events, it would be a great misfortune.
    • misfortune to overlook this great event but will be ripe to seize the
    • temptations that will beset humanity. To help humanity overcome this
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture II: Spiritual Science as Preparation for a New Etheric Vision
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    • period extending over a few centuries or millenia. Only one who
    • Christianity had spread over the southern regions of Europe, strange
    • He is with us and hovers about the earth in spirit form. Previous to
    • We can see by this, moreover, that anthroposophy has important things
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture III: Buddhism and Pauline Christianity
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    • themes covered here are the etherization of the blood and the three
    • exactly what Christianity is intended to overcome. Once we have
    • should tear away the veil that covers the truth and, through
    • purifying himself, see again the truth he himself had covered. In
    • is man's duty to overcome what hinders him from seeing this world
    • incarnation is worthless, he almost had to overstate this teaching.
    • plant life; this will soon be discovered. Plants give the planet its
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture IV: Mysteries of the Universe: Comets and the Moon
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    • themes covered here are the etherization of the blood and the three
    • everywhere in the cosmos, but one must understand how to discover
    • Now the question arises: can we discover in the cosmos
    • all resemble the spiritual behind it. Moreover, everything that is
    • average stage — apart from head and limbs. He has overshot this
    • because the average brain of a man has overstepped a certain average
    • brain, which can easily overcome obstacles that the masculine brain,
    • a step forward, that are naturally distributed over wider spans of
    • These things are there, but they are easily overlooked, just as
    • people so often overlook the spirit, do not wish to see the spirit.
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture V: The Reappearance of Christ in the Etheric
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    • representing for humanity the one who would overcome death. He knew
    • when He had risen from the dead and had won a victory over death, as
    • earthly existence must occur that after the victory over death the
    • discovered the Christ in the earthly sphere.
    • was therefore that, through the event of Damascus, he discovered
    • not only an event for the physical world but carried its effect over
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture VI: The Sermon on the Mount
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    • not be overlooked and lost to humanity and that those blessed with
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture VII: The Return of Christ
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  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture VIII: The Etheric Vision of the Future
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    • It had to dry up and freeze because it overshot its normal
    • has difficulty prevailing over his rigid material and more
    • it crawls over the Madonna, it certainly sees the colors, sees a spot
    • sense that we have overcome the Dark Age and are approaching a more
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture IX: The Etherization of the Blood
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    • physical life, man has, as a rule, little power or control over his
    • discharge — one can only hope that before some discoverer gives
    • pass over into the spiritual world. The residue left behind by the
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture X: Individual Spirit Beings and the Undivided Foundation of the World: Part 1
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    • back to her unlawful lover, this demon is indeed much shrewder in its
    • would give this group power over others who did not possess such
    • power for certain groups over others. This could be achieved by
    • but using it in such a way that the power over something quite
    • pass over into the spiritual world after death, souls who wished to
    • materialism has already been overcome, for it is possible to further
    • one overcomes laziness toward the spiritual scientific world
    • betray themselves, so to speak. Instead of covering themselves, they
    • initiate — has influence over what Christ does, which will
    • Christ as individuality, as He is intended to pass over the earth,
    • Irish initiates had spread Christianity over the European continent.
    • post-Atlantean period had begun was America again discovered, as is
    • a “fable convenue.” That America was discovered for the
    • rediscovered. It was merely that for a period the connections were
    • overlook them. Human beings go blindly and slumbering through the
    • life of the human being in such a way that it can overcome death. It
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture XI: Individual Spirit Beings and the Undivided Foundation of the World: Part 2
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    • themselves to be overruled were naturally most distressed that in the
    • over the whole field. The well-meaning initiates gradually lost all
    • therefore always lead to an impoverishment of concepts; the concepts
    • in human life, which analytical psychology has discovered, would not
    • spirits of darkness were overcome in 1879, more and more spiritual
    • over the fifth post-Atlantean period. It is exactly against the
    • arithmetic means, however: he selected those workers who recovered
    • these rest periods, were simply discarded. It was discovered by
    • fifth post-Atlantean era, an unbelievable power over human beings
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture XII: Individual Spirit Beings and the Undivided Foundation of the World: Part 3
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    • undertakes to discover and unveil the circulation of life behind the
    • senses.” It is indeed difficult to stagger over all these
    • extend the mechanical over human life itself. I presented the example
    • undiscovered forces within human nature will be discovered, forces
    • These life circumstances can be overcome in the right way only when a
    • the sixteenth century on, a fog has been spread over these things;
    • The law that governs these things is the same as the law
    • It will be discovered — and certain circles are coming close to
    • this in their discoveries — that the active forces are not in
    • discovers the cosmic here, one will discover the truth, the reality:
    • one has the best method of ruling over great masses of people. One
    • place. Naturally much water will run over the dam until the
    • on, are handed over to the spiritual scientists, but this exchange
    • over the entire earth. I have shown you how, in what I have called
    • discover the mystery of how what works out of the cosmos in the
    • the direction of Virgo. The good will be that one will discover how,
    • found any form of rulership and power of one group over another. The
    • different things. Some intend actually to cast a kind of veil over
    • a social order that humanity believes has been overcome since the end
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  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture XIII: The Three Realms of the Dead: Life Between Death and a New Birth
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    • the animal world, not only in its evolution but in the overall
    • person, one discovers upon entering the realm inhabited by the dead,
    • through clairvoyant consciousness, that the forces prevailing over a
    • over yonder — with whom he had had particularly close karmic
    • gradually expands over an extremely large area. One becomes ever
    • over there that we are on the lowest level of the realms of the
    • conviction is of necessity spreading over the earth, human beings can
    • warning them that they cannot enter the realms that govern animal and
    • At once a tremendous mass of rock plunges down over the very spot
    • The important development that must spread over the earth is an
    • been created that will signify the spread of real Christianity over
  • Title: The Earth As Being with Life, Soul, and Spirit: Lecture 1
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    • that the parts of humanity spread out over the regions of the earth
    • and hovers, determining in this way the national character in
  • Title: The Earth As Being with Life, Soul, and Spirit: Lecture 2
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    • otherwise in its western; in the east it has its blue covering, in
    • are called alive and all who are called dead. It reaches from over
    • there to here, and from here to over there. But it is specially
    • character of pictures gradually carry us over into the
  • Title: Rosicrucianism/Initiation: Lecture I: Research into the Life of the Spirit During the Middle Ages
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    • not, for instance, overlook the fact that on into the ninth and tenth
    • the Fall, who still bore a form that gave him power over the Earth,
    • even as the Angels and Archangels and Archai had power over the Moon
    • existence, the second Hierarchy over the Sun existence and the first
    • Hierarchy over the Saturn existence. They spoke of Man in his
    • over Darkness in you; when you sit and are lazy and indolent, then
    • Darkness predominates over Light. It is a play of Colour, an activity
    • over the clothes, you can make most beautiful speculations! You can
  • Title: Rosicrucianism/Initiation: Lecture II: Hidden Centres of the Mysteries in the Middle Ages
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    • it was also possible, in the Mysteries, to discover places which by
    • which completely covered the Earth with which he was familiar; up
    • works of Nature and discover behind them the works of the Gods.
    • instruction was over. A second had now to come. And the second took
    • carried over in Eurhythmy to the physical body and becomes the
  • Title: Rosicrucianism/Initiation: Lecture III: The Time of Transition
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    • ruled over him. From that time forward he had to find in his own
    • great deal of knowledge that passed over into the literature of
    • period. One has to discover for oneself what it really means, by
    • my dear friends, what strange feelings must gradually have come over
    • anxiety spread later over large circles of people, who came to have
    • it is the star standing over you that gives you the impulse to hold
    • to speak, carefully and guardedly. And you will make the discovery
    • uttering them, he speaks them rather as proverbs.
    • this. “Let us go over to yonder fir-tree. My soul can creep
    • the needles of the fir-tree, then one finds how the God rejoices over
    • overcome with curiosity as to what these strange Rosicrucian pictures
  • Title: Rosicrucianism/Initiation: Lecture IV: The Relationship of Earthly Man to the Sun
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    • overshone, as it were, by the light of the Sun, and thereby assume
    • Moreover, because Man does
    • Earth, not being governed from herself in her place in the Cosmos, to
    • They determine the movement of the Earth in the Cosmos; they govern
    • Rosicrucian school, isolated, scarcely known to the world, where over
    • and over again a few pupils were educated, and where above all, care
    • — has gone over into the kingdom of the Sun; the Sun has become
    • have overthrown the old World-System (so did the teacher speak) and
    • over into man's action and into man's ideas — this
    • the rulership passed over to the unrighteous lords of the world (the
    • over the leadership of the Earth — even as the Christ left the
  • Title: Rosicrucianism/Initiation: Lecture V: Occult Schools in the 18th and First Half of the 19th Century
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    • that is truly overpowering in its greatness. From this little company
    • what was brought over to Asia from Macedonia by Alexander.
    • arrived at when these symbols are rediscovered in the nature and
    • practised over and over again in the ancient Mysteries.” And
    • then it passes over into the whole human being.
    • than are many other things that come over to us from the East. For
    • activity of the eye plays over into it. Man develops this into the
    • be found again. When, however, men step over this abyss, they are
    • really stepping over a threshold. And at the threshold stands a
  • Title: Rosicrucianism/Initiation: Lecture VI: The Tasks of the Michael Age
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    • became perceptible that that which is discovered with modern abstract
    • themselves acquainted with all that could be discovered about Nature
    • pass over into sleep in highest purity and after intimate
    • Moreover another thing
    • forth nothing more out of itself; it stands over against what is
    • discovers here — in a dry, matter-of-fact way — out of
    • what man discovers in the human and animal and plant kingdoms
    • state of affairs over a great portion of