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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • his own concerning the statements proclaimed by an anthroposophical
    • perceptions on his own. One has to distinguish between an elementary
    • own attempts, and it might seem unfortunate that in this vital area of
    • understanding of these on one's own. This is the big question that now
    • snake that bites its own tail is a familiar one. This symbol has
    • own self, is expressed in an ancient Indian text, “What you think
    • alter his soul by his own will-power. This must be tried as
    • own choosing, incorporating it into himself, such a person is well on
    • the way to comprehending the great law of reincarnation on his own. A
    • thinking and are unable to control their thought-life through their own
    • eliminated, the soul will begin to speak of its own accord. This will
    • He who proclaims spiritual truths by his own experiences is familiar
    • is the moment when his soul begins to speak, when his own inner being
    • one's own initiative by hearing or reading special rules in
    • The rules that are put down in the book, Knowledge of the Higher
    • essential that the truth become known, the guiding spirits of
    • if you confront your fellowman immediately with your own opinion. We
    • secrets lie in each person's own inner being. Only earnest inner
    • Thus, when a person reaches down to the depth of his being, when he
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • This lecture, translated from the German by an unknown translator,
    • only thing that is practical. The individual who has always shown
    • many thinkers of today have known more penetratingly about so many
    • denied — and you have the example of a woman who has shown, not
    • those things which have also shown us the women's question as arising
    • which makes man the crown of creation. We can best bring this before
    • path of development in man. The god in the human being is made known
    • works downwards into the three other parts of the human being. Be
    • ‘I’ works down further than just into the astral body. As
    • us recall our own life. Just think of all you have learnt since you
    • development as if the changes in the astral body could be shown by
    • development, when he makes his own physical body, then we have true
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • condoned for its own sake. Although it is no doubt less damaging
    • individual's own inner spiritual activity takes part in directing
    • The effect of deprivation of light on plant life is well-known. The
    • the physical light that rays down on us. Each time a man rejoices
    • task of inner light is to break down, and this process of
    • his own, then, through his inner flexibility, the ego and the
    • himself. Yet, if he takes the opportunity to unfold his own inner
    • activity through producing his own fat, he is made free and thus
    • produce its own fat.
    • constructed accordingly. Everything down to the most minute
    • all its forces. He must become master of his own inner processes
    • person's eyes whether or not he produces his own fat. It can be
    • obliged to call forth the forces necessary to produce its own
    • Some foods have a specific effect of their own
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • known to us as Man.
    • your own thinking, of your personal resolutions. When someone knocks
    • a decision of your own thinking and will. If you are hungry and seat
    • around the organ known in anatomy as the pineal gland. These
    • him are a brownish red in colour — various shades tending toward
    • brownish red. In a man of high moral ideals the rays are lilac-violet
    • streams down from above and what streams upward from below. When a man
    • streams downwards from above. At the moment of waking or of going off
    • the moral elements that stream downwards from above, from the brain
    • Rosicrucians. These investigations have shown that something similar
    • it must gradually become known. By understanding the process of
    • principles; but there will also be those who by their own free
    • to make known to men what the nature of these wonderful forms of pure
    • the men of the future, will confront our own souls whether still in
    • arising in their own hearts. The experience may also seem like
    • the Higher Devachan. If the body is thrust down lower even than the
    • the province of the Asuras. When chemical action is driven down
    • — magnetism arises. When light is thrust down into the
    • of the Spheres is thrust down farther still, into the province of the
    • only be hoped that when this force comes to be known — a force
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • Now let's consider nervousness. It is well-known today that there are
    • Suppose, for example, a lady is forever putting her brooch down when
    • when they write, a jerk repeated for every up and down stroke. You can
    • its own, it is symptomatic of an unhealthy condition. These jerks
    • physical body has become dominant and makes movements on its own,
    • face in my own heart the necessity of making a “yes” or
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • was revised by John Bledsoe. It is also known as
    • is commonly said, “This fact can be known; that other cannot.”
    • it works. Now, just as hydrogen may be separated from oxygen and shown
    • itself out of the body, the soul acquires an inner life of its own.
    • epochs known to history were preceded by primeval ones. At this point
    • own being am I a man in the fullest meaning of the word.” This
    • his own being. To experience the divine essence he had to abandon his
    • himself in his own being. With Christianity something entered human
    • “Outside my own being is a god who pours his essence into me.” Or
    • know God in the depths of my own soul.” Today, however, each human
    • other beings cannot be found outside my own being; it can be found
    • only by continuing along the paths of my own soul.”
    • through Christ's own nature we can recognize that He once must have
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • that it was known as "Purgatory." Undoubtedly, a heaven and hell are to be
    • but it is still possible to distinguish what this unknown painter wished
    • the extreme right, angels are bending down to the human beings who are
    • deeply you are related to my own inner being," is the feeling that lived in
    • down in his soul, as a spiritual sun that would reign triumphant during the
    • (In Rudolf Steiner's own handwriting.)
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • It has been said repeatedly, and is well known to you, that in
    • beginning of our own era. That which we know as the Mystery of
    • spiritual world; but the forces which were thus developed flowed down
    • Having learnt by his own inner forces to assume it, he turns his gaze
    • poured the Ego into man out of their own substance. And the first
    • entered the Cosmos and rayed down upon Earth and made it possible for
    • had not come down to Earth and poured into him, everything connected
    • even the organs lower down such as the heart in so far as they are
    • expressing his own selfish joy or pain, desire or bliss, in poor
    • development known to us as the Egyptian-Chaldean was to recapitulate
    • streamed into it. The path which is shown to man is to make the words,
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • from the original German by May Laird-Brown, and edited for this
    • to his own devices. The spirit who said, as related in the Bible, “Your
    • own independent life within us. In ordinary normal conditions this is not
    • themselves to be aligned with spiritual science, it will be known that
    • what Lucifer and Ahriman intended and had been thrown upon our own
    • this deed shone down into the earth's atmosphere. Then that harmonizing
    • come to you from without, whereas they simply rise from your own inner
    • — is as false as that the power of our own soul can create the forces
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • his own nature, making use of the only tool that he has at his
    • it down into hydrogen and oxygen. Well, what is he doing to the water?
    • the soul capacity known as memory, and are aware of how much depends
    • quiet down, how a kind of twilight settles around us, how the activity
    • its own sources, and it points us to our connection with the totality
    • Plato that seem harsh have come down to us. He said that human souls
    • reality as well. It adds what it has researched to what was known
    • thirty crowns. But he gave me forty, because he was lending me ten in
    • he returned forty crowns instead of thirty, we're talking nonsense,
    • laws of physical reality would have known that the sun shines on all
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • Rudolf Steiner had begun a scaled-down model of the Christ sculpture
    • own existence here on earth. The Linz lecture, which is here
    • being must be portrayed as having caused his own fall, for what is to
    • be shown plunging downward, with broken wings, is Lucifer.
    • The Christ figure in the middle has his right hand directed downward
    • golden veins down in the rock depression to wind around Ahriman's body
    • own doing; the same is true with Ahriman. This concept is going to
    • account unknown forces and connections beyond what we ordinarily call
    • simply brought to preeminence, but is known in the proper way as
    • Lucifer towers above, it must be shown that the Christ raises His hand
    • Christ, but plunges down by his own power because he is unable to bear
    • to experience it in their own souls. To experience the Christ event
    • Europe must strive to attain in all intellectual fields, is not known
    • sides in the conflict, is in reality the subject of their own
    • over it and this caused him to fall into the river and drown. Thus,
    • individuality is elsewhere; it goes its own way, but the ether body
    • cruel wars ever known in history. The launching of the Peace
    • things, try to understand the minds that have already sown the seeds.
    • own way, is on firm ground. Spiritual science, however, must be active
    • individuals and who admonish us to emulate their own belief in the
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  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • narrower senses, associations of human beings who are known to one
    • only for the existence known to the senses and for the existence that
    • own epoch, throughout its duration, will develop and unfold the
    • human beings in the world in less happy circumstances than his own. It
    • as their own suffering. If they see a hungry man they will feel the
    • hunger right down into the physical, so acutely indeed that the hunger
    • holds, will rest wholly within the power of his own individuality.
    • souls must unite with the spiritual. What is known as science today
    • nourish and cultivate what was to stream down into the souls of men as
    • in order that it may stream down into our souls when they are again on
    • own egos, but in order that it may stream upward into the spiritual
    • will enter entirely of his own free will in the sixth epoch. There
    • comes down to the earth and can permeate the souls of men. This must
    • wants to be a person on his own, to be an individual only. You drive
    • He has shown that the arch-evil, death, is not in Him.
    • And neighbor trunks with crushing weight bear down,
    • Then show'st me mine own self, and in my breast
    • down upon the labors of this group, the power and the grace and the
    • perform in brotherhood within such groups. I call down the grace and
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • time of ancient Atlantis the human souls came down to the earth after their
    • human body was soft, pliable and plastic, so that the souls that came down
    • everything has therefore grown more and more hardened as far as man's
    • change expression, but in a certain way the bodily form has grown firm
    • moulded at the present time, shall then have grown rigid. The tendency
    • grown rigid ... The human being should accustom himself to the fact that
    • materialistic world-conception is wrong — but it lies in our own power
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • acquire by his own handiwork. In the course of life, attention is drawn to
    • 19th century and which has been unveiled and shown to be erroneous only
    • in our own age.
    • concerning the evolution of the earth planet, which have grown up on
    • of it such results by an activity of our own. But it must be clearly
    • quite definite life of their own, distinguishable from all other ordinary
    • beings, etheric beings, growing downward, so to speak, out of the entire
    • of its own during the winter than during summer. And if these relations
    • interesting to observe on its own account.) The period of childhood from
    • encounter, to begin with, beings that grow downward etherically toward
    • development of our own faculties is something that concerns ourselves,
    • universe that they regard everything which does not accord with their own
    • approximately as follows: — What a pity that this unknown author
    • unknown author announced his name. This author was Eduard von Hartmann.
    • be attained by man's own powers of perception. Such truths he denominates
    • its own powers alone, because they lie in a domain which is withdrawn from
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • Reality in Modern History, this lecture is also known as
    • speak of these things. Alas, many signs have shown how little real
    • into his own being. In the course of the present age they will work in
    • pass through the Spiritual Soul if he wishes to absorb in his own way
    • must completely unite the forces of death with his own being during
    • present in its own inherent being; that is to say, where it works in
    • work during our own fifth post-Atlantean period — those inclinations
    • own Spiritual Soul, he has the impulse to receive from the Universe,
    • own inner demon, by which he is possessed in his subconsciousness, had
    • the state of feeling of the other in himself, in his own breathing. As
    • In so far as men belong to a human community by their own act of will,
    • badly laid, and for the moment its own progress will be delayed.
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • Therefore in the relationship between people a tendency is shown for
    • when a person on his own account, for his individual self, must evolve
    • institutions, that their plans will be shown to be impossible; for the
    • people into our life in such a way that we see ourselves, our own
    • then extends over a multitude of people whom we have known in the
    • freeing of oneself in the present from one's own past, this
    • by higher spiritual leaders but by their own Folk Soul, are especially
    • religious orientation toward initiation, a feeling of one's own
    • world. The man of the East, when meeting the spiritual world, is shown
    • one side stands the Christ Being, calling us of our own free will to
    • known in various ways. One of these ways is to take those forces which
    • humanity today shows that it will not of its own free will turn to a
    • Now think for a moment; think how you of your own free will turn to
    • future to realize their own aims. If you think of yourselves in this
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • in which I spoke from my own point of view about many things that need
    • spirit! something is expressed that has been nurtured in one's own
    • townsfolk, which has its start about the year 1200 and lasts right on
    • two-dimensional shadow-picture, thrown on the screen. Goethe seems to
    • to bring the spirit to birth from its own inmost being! This can
    • through a man's own soul. But men who are impelled to live earnestly
    • direction of natural scientific thinking he must have known the odour
    • ‘spirit’. True, the spirit shines down from the heights, pulsing
    • above downwards, inasmuch as the souls simply descended from the
    • incarnated as they came down from above, the wanderings and movements
    • comfortable in their skins. The majority would say: I came down to the
    • the nerves and senses is altogether different from what can be known
    • gradually to man's downfall. The globe of the future will have to
    • to resemble the Indian type. This is because the souls coming down
    • as they were in the olden days. In our own time, the souls are
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • I have just shown you the connections between the forces of
    • bring it down into material existence so that material existence can be
    • After having as it were shown you how these things can really be gone
    • how the forces of our own planet earth live within us. The moment we
    • seven, for these are the forces from within the earth. To delve down into the
    • forces streaming down from cosmic spaces in so far as these cosmic
    • spaces are filled with our own actual planetary system, up till the twenty-
    • certainty that man's blood has grown weaker. And the great turning-point
    • education, and they attach great importance to getting down to the mental
    • anything beyond its own mental capacity. People who do this thoroughly
    • not because it is absolutely on his own mental level, but because his
    • age of thirty the grownup will remember what the child took in, perhaps,
    • to be taught; it must be man's own nature every time that determines
    • education, and shown how the education of children under the age of
    • the way their blood worked. But our blood has grown weak and has lost
    • Sun, Moon, Jupiter, Venus and Vulcan, and do not get down to
    • nose than the other, and one has blue eyes whereas the other has brown.
    • lacking today, to bring down to a material level what we think of on a
    • spiritual level. Not until we are capable of bringing down onto a material
    • state had to stop, and thought life had to be set up on its own basis. Then
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • canal, we can observe a regular up-and-down oscillatory movement
    • have shown by the example of the cerebral fluid, and the aeriform
    • the process here is a more fluctuating one — and having its own
    • itself is that spirit-organization which imbues with its own forces
    • the physical body still intrudes and tones down the pictures into
    • fluid organism with its own inner differentiation and configuration;
    • fluid organism lives our own etheric body; but in addition there
    • entity which, as it were, sends down the will out of the warmth, via
    • partially and transiently, connected with our own life of soul —
    • down into the consciousness of dreamless sleep and observe the human
    • external observation alone does not go downwards from this state of
    • the body. It does not go downwards from the spiritual body
    • day-consciousness. But coming downwards we have the
    • dream-consciousness, and still farther downwards the consciousness of
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • yesterday, it is usual to take account only of the consciousness known
    • really nothing to do with our own essential being beyond the fact that
    • its own. Man receives the moral impulses into himself as impulses of
    • letting your deeds be fired by moral ideals ... all this goes down
    • has nothing to do with what actually penetrates down into the
    • opposite effect to that of stimulus. They cool down the
    • to a zero-point. In our own organism, energy dies to the point of
    • A past world dies within us, down to its very matter and energy. It is
    • cool down the warmth organism.
    • consciousness that anyone who does not base his own world-view upon it
    • times when it was no longer known how the physical passes over by
    • earlier times was known instinctively must now be acquired by
    • the physical sun is only the mirror-image!’ In his own way he wished
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • there is something that is inherently our own; what is inherently our
    • own is how we connect thoughts with one another and dissociate
    • own. The will in our life of thought is our own.
    • inherently our own. For the fulfillment of what self-knowledge demands
    • that is inherently our own, and prepare for Moral Intuition. And
    • Our inner life is constantly deepened when we send will — our own
    • stream down towards the sphere of will, where deeds are performed in
    • have already shown from other points of view how these three elements
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • unknown gods should come to the aid of human beings without their active
    • We come then to the fifth epoch of the post-Atlantean humanity, our own. Our
    • the fifth epochs, that is, between the Egypto-Chaldean epoch and our own.
    • right up to our own days — namely, to see the story of Christ Jesus and all
    • powers which shine down from the sun, enter the earth and then become part
    • solution to the great secrets of the universe in their own particular
    • express in this pyramid that the forces which shine down from the sun are
    • the mysteries of the Egyptian priests in a form appropriate to our own age,
    • representative of the Christ who had not yet arrived on earth. In their own
    • Mystery of Golgotha could be lost to humankind, for he came down from
    • imagination, suited to our own times. An understanding must arise again of
    • this inner hollowness of our Christmas celebrations. We should make the
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • Thus we are shown two ways by which this earlier humanity reached what
    • even earlier — humanity regarded its own life and the nature of
    • as well as the old instinctive clairvoyance had grown very dim as the
    • existed, and we are clearly shown in the Gospels, if we rightly
    • wisdom in the Three Wisemen from the Orient. We are shown clearly that
    • lies not in the fact of their being unknown to us, but in the
    • alchemy will tell you that the Philosopher's Stone is quite unknown.
    • attaches to it only when it can be shown by spiritual science that
    • itself known by means of the wisdom of the heavens, which knew that
    • shown how the Mystery of Golgotha was grasped in the first centuries
    • known as Gnosis. From then on it became more and more a matter of
    • indeed grown remote from the Mystery of Golgotha. We must become aware
    • make the Mystery of Golgotha known to-day. We turn back from the
    • with idle talk about the Christmas festival and our own feelings, but
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • This lecture is also known as
    • last resort can be known concerning the being of Nature is somehow
    • of his own being. They described how man feels the ground sink away
    • secret known only to a few, who had undergone a strict training of the
    • wisdom known to a select few. What such a wisdom-pupil knew, for
    • What we have shown with regard to the astronomical conception of the
    • such knowledge, has shown itself frequently in later centuries in the
    • Now it is well-known that no power on earth can withstand for long the
    • When he thought about the world, he felt himself, so to speak, “grown
    • to-day. Self-consciousness has grown steadily stronger in the course of
    • was quite unknown to the Stoic, for example, and other philosophers. A
    • instinct; free, on the other hand, where we have grown independent of
    • lives in his own inner being must on no account be allowed to play a
    • between them and our own — education was not directed to the
    • the development of thinking; and the consciousness of self has grown
    • ancient Wisdom Schools was that the pupil, when he looked into his own
    • in the well-known lines:
    • Look in your own heart, man, and tell
    • if the soul becomes conscious, in a healthy manner, of its own real
    • dream life of man; consider how it surges up from unknown depths of
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  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • ourselves, shut ourselves within our own being. Inwardly up-streaming
    • He wants to isolate himself, to feel enclosed within his own being.
    • evil. Evil has its mission — and it is here. If this becomes known to
    • concept-forming activity but it is still our own. What takes place
    • between the senses and the outer world is in truth no longer our own
    • own activity, but this is divine activity. This divine activity weaves
    • I have shown that although in that age man
    • possessed by mankind. And it was symbolized by what was known as the
    • there was a secret known to the initiate in Rome. The initiated
    • venerated Roman temple, lay the Palladium, its existence known only to
    • and destiny. But in a spiritual sense it had become known to those
    • according to their own conditions — a belief reigned for centuries,
    • Constantinople to another place — to a Slavonic town, as the people
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • like a cultural dream which men approach through their own revelations
    • his own breathing’. In this name we have a direct reference to the Old
    • him by becoming the experiencer, the feeler of his own breathing, by
    • Mystery of Man. This sentence would begin by our being shown Man in
    • forgotten; the sentence through which the divine revealed its own
    • astral body dive down into his etheric body and his physical body, he
    • or to himself, for instance, if with his own eye he sees another Man's
    • are thrown back, and he experiences it in his consciousness. What he
    • also bears of his own being beneath the threshold of consciousness he
    • inwardly from our etheric and physical bodies; if we then look down
    • learned how on his way down he first gathers to him the influences of
    • his own nature, in the way he learned about it in the Mysteries, then
    • were instinctively aware that they brought a name down with them from
    • Man's head. (I say the hollow of his head because I have often shown
    • active and act on his own initiative, were he not to reconquer the
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • Bibliographic Nr.212, Dornach 1978. It is also known as:
    • cannot rightly absorb and make his own.
    • begins to make his own faculty of judgment felt, comes only at the
    • judgments of his own.
    • his own etheric body. But to say that man clothes himself with his
    • that these rays, having grown together here in the center, form as it
    • own. The stars have faded out, while the structure which has gathered
    • puberty does the human being possess his own etheric heart — that is,
    • the etheric heart formed out of his own etheric body, and not supplied
    • our own. So, likewise, the etheric heart we have until puberty is cast
    • out, and we now receive our own. That is the point — we receive our
    • own etheric heart.
    • through birth into this physical existence — we see it diving down
    • strange to the habitual ideas of today. By the time we have grown to
    • with him as his own astral body, which dives down bit by bit into the
    • part dives down; but in the heart not only the astral process but the
    • another life. It sends them down into the physical organs, so that
    • learned to speak and think and since its own configuration was
    • resistance; they are driven down again. All that we do, in connection
    • same place where the etheric heart — our own etheric heart —
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  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • earlier than our own there was a deeper knowledge of man's being and
    • down into his physical body, and especially into the constitution of
    • not by virtue of his own spiritual life, but by virtue of some profession
    • up our own etheric body. Now in earlier epochs of evolution man had a
    • disregard, to disown, the etheric body.
    • self-interest, conscious only of what is living within his own being.
    • can bear his own soul over into the soul of another. Upon this all
    • own astral body feels pain at the sight of suffering in others. For
    • beauty means that in the physical world we do not disown our
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • modern consciousness which is intellectual, conceptual. Our own historical
    • And man needs to be conscious of how his own soul-life should he placed
    • concept of what we need to arouse in our own soul-life in this age, we have
    • points of view, from which the particular tenor of soul-life in our own
    • vantage point of the world around him into his own inwardness, he had, in
    • glowing colour and radiance and musical tones, let him down when he made
    • only have around him the natural world, external to man, but his own being
    • free activity of his own soul. Thus the Mystery of Golgotha and the
    • in your own inner life’ has been addressed to humanity through all
    • essential to our own day. It takes its place alongside the injunction
    • fully man after death. In this, our own age, it is man's task to realize
    • further down into the subhuman. In ancient days things could be left
    • was an omission; today a man destroys, through his own humanity, something
    • own life. In past ages he merely left something undone; by doing so today
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • preearthly life. In a certain sense it is then sent down as spiritual
    • directly and flows down. If we examine the human organism, we arrive
    • breakdown process, is always directed centripetally, toward man's
    • healthy. Only when breakdown predominates will destructive processes
    • excessive breakdown forces, containing too much of what is related to
    • excessive breakdown process from above downward, it takes hold of one
    • certain heaviness by encouraging the breakdown processes. If one
    • enhances the breakdown processes and inwardly there appears that
    • it would begin to break down as it does in outer nature and would
    • thus bring destructive and death-bringing breakdown processes into
    • the object, but in doing so it moves away from its own customary
    • of the breakdown system, the nerve-sense system, is insufficient to
    • wants to become an exudate so that it will make use of the breakdown
    • enough to overcome the tumefying force tending toward breakdown. Only
    • the breakdown forces are working strongly, cooling phenomena occur.
    • is directed from above downward; it acts upon the earth from the
    • depicted schematically flows down, but transforms itself via the
    • astral, then further via the etheric, then going down into the
    • life-forces through the etheric in streaming downward. You could say
    • world-periphery directly down to the earth instead of entering the
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  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • rhythmic system extends upwards and downwards through the entire
    • humanity because these various forms of illness are known everywhere.
    • What develops is known as the various forms of migraine. In order to
    • in its own place.
    • dangerous illness develops which is known as
    • dissolve, which continually tends to be broken down if it is healthy: and
    • for itself thereby bringing about that excess which presses downward, so
    • unfolds its own, I would like to say, antimonizing force which has as its
    • shown you with the example of antimony, and that which is active within
    • If this knowledge becomes widely known, the success of such an
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • what came about through us, as our own concern.
    • darkness when you look back on your own life. The times you spent
    • spiritual world. Before we came down into earthly life it was in the
    • required here, namely none other than those that have been known since
    • not our own. If it depended on us, it could not go on at all. It is,
    • the spiritual Beings of the Hierarchies. That which is raying down
    • the cosmic forces thrown back or reflected by the Moon reach us upon
    • the sunlight something of its own essence. This is however not the
    • once upon a time on Earth and who now make it their task to ray down
    • down to Earth or give to men from Saturn anything that can be found in
    • memory is our own deepest inner life on Earth, so too what lives in
    • Looking into our own inner life, we must admit: We are true human
    • thereof, and also pouring ever down into mankind the forces springing
    • down to us from cosmic space, are to be seen the signs and characters
    • kept it, man could never have grown free. The ancient vision was
    • look down with not a little contempt upon the people of Europe and
    • Christ is the Being who came down from spiritual worlds into the
    • picture of our true Being — that our true Being never comes down into
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    • destiny of their existence. And we have shown how in the course of time the
    • are no more than the outer sign and symbol of spiritual worlds which look down
    • they are yet known to us. For it was from the Sun that he, as the prophet
    • Elijah, brought to mankind through the medium of his own people the truths
    • Raphael's earthly life that gave him satisfaction. In his own view all he
    • soul, sent down by the Michael stream as messenger to men on Earth.
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • past of human evolution on earth, it was a well-known fact that men
    • considered to be their own particular wisdom. This wisdom at first
    • conscious at once of the fact that their soul-being had come down
    • birth and death had no meaning for life. Life alone was known
    • comes from another direction than our own — The Ahrimanic
    • his initiates that he came from a world where death was unknown; he
    • him to come down into the evolution of the earth without completing
    • his own rulership. He who learns to know Ahriman since the Mystery of
    • are known from the past. Gods were known in past ages, but they were
    • death. The gods themselves had first to send down to the earth a
    • of their own ranks. After His resurrection, Christ teaches us what
    • development, for he who imparted the teaching, had known one who had
    • seen an apostle, i.e. one who had known the Lord himself, after his
    • wisdom was the source of the knowledge which came streaming down even
    • to come streaming down to men from the gods, for men have changed it
    • down as far as the wisdom of the scribes, who were the Hebrew
    • of life did not include death. Now death became known as an essential
    • through a weaker form of life when nothing was known of death;
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    • The translator is unknown
    • taken down by Frl. Johanna Mücke, who did not know shorthand, so that
    • But Shakespeare's own works bear witness that he is their author. His
    • school of his native town. There are many legends about Shakespeare's
    • already able to buy a house at Stratford. As part-owner of the Globe
    • thoughts, but they all think and act in accordance with their own
    • It is consequently useless to ask what Shakespeare's own standpoint
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    • the wish to read these notes. They were taken down by Johanna
    • passages in Shakespeare's plays. But Shakespeare's own works bear
    • justify his downfall, does not exist in Shakespeare's plays. He
    • grammar school in his hometown. There are many legends about
    • to buy a house in Stratford. After he became part-owner of the
    • accordance with their own disposition and character.
    • consequently useless to ask what Shakespeare's own standpoint may
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • Kingdom of Light took a portion of their own kingdom and mingled it
    • of its own destruction. There then arose from the Kingdom of Light the
    • must have been, in its own time proper place, good. The guiding forces
    • influenced by that which stands above man. Not until our own epoch
    • above withdraws, leaving it to take its own paths. In esotericism, the
    • to behold your own soul.’
    • be born. Life is formless it could (not?) live out its own nature in
    • will be led by themselves, by the light of their own souls. Manes will
    • toned down, in the two streams of Augustinianism and Manicheanism.
    • typescript of unknown origin.
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • IT is well known that the inscription over the door of Plato's school
    • from material perceptions, as a simple experiment on one's own self
    • “self-knowledge” the inner nature of our own spiritual
    • thought was really tending towards true Occultism. This is known to
    • through this, that the gates of Mysticism and Occultism are thrown
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • and again; through their own power they make themselves comprehensible
    • all those forces which, working in from the Cosmos, organise our own
    • death and a new birth we know that our body, down to its smallest
    • the dead has known in life; only those with whom acquaintance has
    • of another soul is as intimate as knowledge here on Earth of our own
    • leads to complete certainty of the Eternal in one's own being. This
    • knowledge about our own immortality as beings of soul and spirit,
    • this comes out of our own soul. It is a process with which a human
    • says comes out of his own being. In order to establish intercourse
    • ourselves say, and to receive from our own soul what they answer.
    • comes out of our own soul, it comes from us. And we are far
    • is altogether unknown to popular consciousness, therefore there is
    • the human being with the spiritual world. Think of your own biography.
    • the physical plane and which is therefore practically unknown. The
    • that goes out from our own soul to the dead. The dream is the echo of
    • although we attribute it to ourselves, as coming from our own soul.
    • What the dead say comes out of our own soul. The life of day draws
    • of our own soul — there lives what our dead have to say to us.
    • What the dead say to us seems to arise out of our own soul. If men
    • interpret our own inner being incorrectly.
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  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • speak or in a fully grown adult are artfully structured.
    • in the brain. It is very interesting that since it became known that
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • unknown.
    • This is shown by a capacity for change such as the one we have now
    • spiritual world; otherwise, as we have often seen, the downfall of
    • understood only by those who saw that Aristotle in his own way (not,
    • carried down more into the material, but only because this material
    • reach down into that realm where spirit lives in the way known to the
    • in its own right, so that it enters as a living force into what
    • to their own picture of it, and not in accordance with reality. We
    • “I saw it with my own eyes.” People do not in the least
    • in his own way, to express an aesthetic understanding of life in much
    • think of the senses, when they were more living, sending down into
    • world but right down into physical reality. Beside the myth of
    • the Spirit showering down into Maya-Maria, even as the blood-drops of
    • Uranus ran down into the ocean, which also is Maya. Then will appear
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • unknown.
    • the social life of our own time. The middle of the century brought a
    • in his own tale,
    • Revolution and tries in his own way to say what may be thought about
    • Schiller seeks to answer, in his own way, the question:
    • the content of rational necessity, truly his own.
    • Thus Schiller seeks to draw down rational necessity into his human
    • practise it as a law of his own nature. The necessity of the senses he
    • But he was not intolerant, or wrapped up in his own opinion. Goethe
    • appearance, the Bronze King, who represents power, and Love who crowns
    • from necessity to freedom in his own way. He was the spiritualised man
    • middle of the nineteenth century and humanity was thrown back on its
    • own resources. It lived on in such a way that a man like Schiller, who
    • — except for our own — he has been active in a threefold
    • because he has to stand entirely on the single point of his own self
    • known to external science. The metabolism which goes through life as a
    • independently side by side, and are not thrown together in a single
    • thrown together abstractly.
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • Published in The Golden Blade, 1984. It is also known as,
    • feeling, are by no means our own individual property. They take place
    • are thus thrown up, elemental beings plunge; they mix themselves up,
    • directly and entirely from actual observation of the human being, down
    • unites whatever he sees in nature with his own being. Now the
    • heads. As soon, however, as we look down into the unconscious, as soon
    • as we turn our gaze downwards into the sphere of feeling and into the
    • feelings — we dive down into the realm with which the Christ has
    • up to the French Revolution or to Poincare; others to the downfall of
    • something is added by our own exertion to the experiences of life,
    • human beings we must lift ourselves up by our own efforts if we are to
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • Also known as: The Influence of the Planets on Man,
    • unknown.
    • rekindle the light within their own being. And they tried now to
    • that is what we need above all to make our own.
    • Sun has grown up which is really modelled wholly upon earthly
    • imbued with a new vigour when the rays of the Sun begin to shine down
    • the forces which stream down to the Earth from the Sun and from the
    • its own as well. And these are earthly forces. The substances and
    • by virtue of their own inherent nature. They work here as Earth
    • their own forces within the human organism, there would be nothing but
    • Earth, and it is the Moon that charms down the human race to Earth
    • not leave or come down again properly into his etheric and physical
    • down upon him.
    • thankful when the rays of the Sun pour down upon it, and when it need
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • and a new birth builds up his own physical body in a spirit-form
    • down into the line of physical inheritance. The Spiritual is thus
    • is immersed in your own brain. Indeed, we bear within us a whole
    • not only here, and here, but an ear downward too. I admit, this is a
    • downward too. Why does he not? Because at a certain stage of embryonic
    • ‘ear’ which tends to grow downward is changed into the lower
    • with these ears you hear how you behaved morally down in this earthly
    • ‘ear’ that reaches downward, into the apparatus of walking
    • give out our own inner being. He who says Ah, knows that in the
    • Hierarchies. This is a thing that we bring with us, we carry it down
    • on to the Earth and it remains with us; it is our own revelation.
    • known to Goethe. We, of course, have to go farther, in a way entirely
    • become an ear downward; and if he remained in this state he certainly
    • as objectively as in outer science. Yet it strikes down into the man
    • they who are only used to ‘swotting’ who chiefly look down
    • flown away after three days, if he does not make every effort to bring
    • it down into the ordinary concepts.
    • Formerly I always had recourse to the method of putting down at once,
    • writing, nor does one write it down in order afterwards to read it.
    • vanishes after a few days. It only does not do so if we bring it down
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    • people are powerless today — have grown more and more powerless
    • are thrown back into ourselves. Taken all in all, we have to say that
    • really to be broken down and transformed instead of created. Poisons
    • knowledgeable way: “That is something that cannot be known.”
    • own personality. In such matters, imponderables really pass over from
    • This sickly eroticism which has grown up — also in people's minds
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • The lecture presented here is also known as: Evolution and
    • is only one example. Men cannot reach what is usually known as immortality
    • worked at the development of his own consciousness.
    • for the sake of their own livelihood, to the extent that their business
    • contribute nothing at all to your own means of subsistence. What has still
    • they have taken steps to prevent even their names from going down to
    • should be unknown. He worked in such a way that he merely added something
    • personages known in history; they sometimes are embodied in historical
    • him some in order that we may feel justified in eating our own Christmas
    • spiritual than our own, the individual name was of less importance.
    • altogether as personalities, and to allow what they did to produce its own
    • everyone should keep secret his own share in the work; thereby he secures
    • same time done for all. — This is the truth that was known to the
    • doing; all we can do is to make nature part of our own being. But what we
    • enable humanity to be kept from the brink of destruction. The downfall of
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • The Sun Mystery ... Death, Resurrection, and is also known as
    • unknown.
    • darker. An unknown impulse urges him to go farther; he has a
    • he had shown us from afar changes into a murderous weapon. The
    • which the person knows nothing. Only the pictures are known.
    • place in the soul when people sleep. They dive down into the
    • soul. Nothing is known of all this because in sleep the person
    • the physical body, diving down instantaneously into it. The
    • or cosmic thoughts. Just as people have their own thoughts in
    • nothing can be known until we can enter it with Inspirational
    • feeling that they have died down. Then they rise up again, and
    • imagine that the following experiment may be made. You lie down
    • that we dive down, for instance, into the inner being of the
    • into this third condition of sleep. But before they sank down
    • revelation was known. It was realised that many people had died
    • physical world was concerned Frederick Barbarossa was drowned,
    • forces from the super-sensible world work down into the
    • known.
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    • Dynamis, Kyriotetes, he is compelled to plunge down continually into
    • according to their own essential nature, purpose to do for the being
    • as the World of Spirits, when he can follow with his own Ego-being,
    • organism, like the hair upon our own organism. Men knew that all these
    • made it concrete in His own Being, was through the Mystery of Golgotha
    • how they speak out their own essence. For each particular Being a full
    • knowledge has shrunk more and more. Once it was known: Form shines out
    • the plant Earth-soul. The differences were known, but gradually they
    • and pass through in full reality the individual Spirits in their own
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    • have pointed out in other lectures that every age, including our own,
    • Christianity, we find, in what is known as the ‘Gnosis,’
    • His own development while man had long since descended into the
    • them fundamentally in his own being — yet none the less a
    • wholly withdrawing into the intimacies of his own soul-experiences —
    • remote past. The soul standing wholly upon its own foundations, can
    • through its own activity. This was not possible in pre-Christian
    • the eternity of the human soul which have been handed down
    • to keep the rule of silence — a rule laid down by circumstances
    • to rise into the spiritual world of itself, supported only by its own
    • human beings could rise in their own innermost being of soul, into
    • permeating all worlds, can be revealed to me, I must look into my own
    • Ego; for through my own Ego God speaks to me. In
    • an eternity more fundamental than the Divinity passing down through
    • sisters, yea, and his own life also, he cannot be my disciple.”
    • ‘re-incarnation’ into their own and add them to all the
    • organ akin to its own nature. The eye builds itself up in the light,
    • overcomes himself shall he so come into his own that the form he has
    • own true being, as all humanity can indeed find itself in Christ.”
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    • thought to be akin to mathematics but because it was known that the
    • far better than by logic. And from his own experience he knew that the
    • our interpretation of these words will be put down as inartistic
    • is aware of desires and passions which rise up and die down again
    • in art. Wagner felt that his own particular mission lay in this same
    • in art. When he tells us in his own words that symphonic music is a
    • revelation of an unknown world, that the instruments represent primal
    • the deeds of Beings belonging to an unknown world through the dramatic
    • destined to be thrust down. There is a law of which we learn in
    • of our ancient forefathers whose form was very unlike our own. As I
    • of doors with the full heat of the sun pouring down upon him. Dreams
    • influences down into a later age, that they were ‘Spirits’ because
    •  Water and air, is known to thee.
    •  All, it is said, is known to thee.”
    • All is known to Erda in this consciousness. And so step by step, we
    • Initiates send down their influences into human life. We must always
    • humanity, a precious stone dropped from his crown. This stone was the
    • parallelism of the progress of human evolution, as indeed it is known
    • A stone falls from Lucifer's crown and this stone becomes the holy cup
    • purity and chastity of the plant, when he brings forth his own image
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    • obliterate all that had previously been known of these individuals.
    • like Plotinus, for example, of whom very little was known but who was
    • Very little real understanding of Plato is shown in modern text-books
    • nothing down was because they held that wisdom must be something
    • evolved independently were unknown. Whereas the Initiates of earlier
    • eyes of men was brought down in more ancient times merely in the form
    • — but these concepts poured down as it were from the world of
    • known to represent a confluence of forces streaming from the spiritual
    • highest of these Gods, the God who came down to earth at a definite
    • crown of wisdom was to understand how the Christ Being had entered
    • Ammonius Saccas and Iamblichus have come down to us. Of many other
    • Jesus in the form of an abstract dogma laid down by the Councils and
    • still knew something of the spiritual universe reaching down into
    • of Iamblichus of the spiritual forces working down into every animal
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • which are driven to the surface from below by the sea's own forces.
    • sea of human life has grown restless. What is that?
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • little of what should be known to humanity in a near future, at least
    • than the human being, within his own general human species.
    • etheric body may be left entirely to its own resources, and may no
    • and the physical body has its own solid form, to which the etheric
    • and will no longer maintain its own form. But if you take it out of
    • the glass, it will bound back into its own form. In a similar way,
    • form of its own. Consequently, if we draw away the physical body, we
    • however, it would not immediately take on its own form, owing to the
    • its own forces to the fullest extent. In that case, the etheric body
    • would take on its own elasticity. And this would be visible; we would
    • own, which it has developed independently into a physical shape.
    • put together is our own work, but wood and even iron are raw
    • follow its own elasticity. The astral body would really take on
    • the cosmos is to our own profit; for this must be contained in the
    • of their own accord, for we can see how they form themselves.”
    • gave rise to the human being really exists within our own
    • endure, would have grown nervous through the way in which his fellow
    • Eve’s Temptation, what is known to us as the Luciferic
    • before you two facts: I have shown you, on the one hand, what is
    • shown you the way in which we should contemplate the events that
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    • Also known as: The Temple Is/Becomes — Man!
    • Architecture were created by the forces which ray down from the
    • first period of time in which the Gods put man's own free,
    • free activity of our own human souls. The hallmark of our age is
    • always been known as Temples. You have already heard how the life of
    • needs no human being near it or inside it; it stands there in its own
    • its own boundaries, to express the aspirations and searchings of
    • of the downstreaming spiritual forces and be united with them. This
    • debris have survived. This could be pointed out in every detail, down
    • We come now to our own
    • forms handed down from Egypt and from Greece. But the urge is to
    • future have been laid down in the past. The temple of the future is
    • own and the epochs to come could give birth to this form of Art. It
    • to break through its own walls and make connection with the weaving
    • this space will set their own range and boundaries, so that as they
    • will set and maintain its own boundaries and at the same time open
    • peoples.” Up to now, our age has shown no aptitude, as did the
    • repulsion that an artist must feel when he finds one of his own works
    • son of her own in order that her stepson may not succeed his father;
    • has outgrown the wisdom that the Seven Wise Masters had been able to
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    • For this lecture, the date is unknown, the GA# is unknown, and the
    • translator is unknown! It was given in Berlin, at sometime during
    • Primal Semites was allotted the special mission laid down in the law
    • Race was to lead men right down to the physical plane in order that
    • to his own will. He must bring everything to consummation in
    • in the first place — and these form what is known as the ancient
    • Hyperborean strain in it, it could not hold its own and petered out in
    • for its own sake. The Roman Citizen, the cives, was the man whole and
    • personality develops, by portraying it in his gods. In his own person
    • own, which was the highest existing form of the law. But Christ had
    • therefore continually to be given from what is known as Montsalvat,
    • Germanic-English race has grown out of two fundamental principles: on
    • Root Races, went through their own evolution entirely on the earth.
    • to walk their own freely willed path. This was not the case during the
    • their own development on other planets. It is not until the Fifth Root
    • of their own spirituality that they have to carry things out ...”
    • He is known as the “Apostle of Germany.” He lived
    • is known only to esotericism. (The German version of this paragraph
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    • Also known as: The Mystery of Golgotha and the Mystery of the Trinity
    • Also known as: The Mystery of Golgotha and the Mystery of the Trinity
    • of the spiritual World from which I am come down. Descending as a
    • he could make manifest the Father in his own external human being.
    • of the Father. A strange saying coming down to us from ancient Greece
    • choirs of Divine Hierarchies by whom they had been sent down to
    • down from the Divine-spiritual world, and have assumed a human body.
    • come down to the Earth to re-awaken the super-sensible spirituality in
    • called Christ, as of Him who would in future time come down to Earth
    • would come down and would take on a human form. And they knew that
    • Jesus. He had come down to Earth. He was the God whom mankind had
    • known in yonder spiritual World, had descended and walked in
    • known, how human beings had once upon a time remembered Him, because
    • In primæval ages men had not known Death. Since ever they came to
    • fact of Death. For by degrees the soul within them had grown so
    • of our own time. The initiate is one who does not approach life with
    • Before we come down to Earth, we human beings live in a
    • our own souls. There we behold our thoughts — the thoughts we
    • came down to Earth.
    • corpse of the soul — of the soul that was, before it came down
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    • Also known as: Archangels and the Living Source of Speech
    • Also known as: Archangels and the Living Source of Speech
    • Later, these Archangels moved forward in their own evolution. In my
    • out of this Inspiration they pour down to Earth the speech-forming
    • and the language of will, brought down as it were out of these
    • It was out of an extraordinarily deep perception that the well-known
    • continuous stream back from our own day to Rome. A certain element of
    • Christ first made Himself known to men, during all this time while He
    • Let us now set down on the blackboard what I have been indicating.
    • Here up above, the Gods grow more and more exalted. Down below an
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • Also known as: Mysteries of the Pleroma: the Corruption of their
    • Also known as: Mysteries of the Pleroma: the Corruption of their
    • Greece they were known as Aeons — of the first rank, the second
    • order to reward the strivings of Achamoth, the Demiurgos sent down an
    • sphere known as the Pleroma, and the dawn of another age had broken.
    • world known as the Pleroma was a matter of immediate experience, and
    • which humanity ought for their own sake to aspire. But it goes
    • passively, not by dint of their own inner activity. The urge to inner
    • merely in assimilating knowledge that has already been laid down as a
    • decadence has corrupted an earlier insight into the world known as
    • down to the material realm and gave rise to the practice of corrupt
    • earthly magic. The forces living in the Pleroma were dragged down to
    • influences of which pour down upon human beings. And so, Eastward of
    • through the centuries to our own day, an Ahrimanic form of magic
    • spoken, the urge had arisen to drag down the forces of the Pleroma to
    • with their own purposes. And so the efforts of the human mind to
    • what once was a power functioning in the world known as the Pleroma.
    • beings once known as the Fauns and Satyrs. And if we understand the
    • this astral Paradise. And the influences which pour down from this
    • efforts for union between the beings known in olden times as the
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    • by the lecturer. Also known as: Luciferic and Ahrimanic
    • by the lecturer. Also known as: Luciferic and Ahrimanic
    • leads to our own birth.
    • in the physical world, and the physical world is known to us through
    • physical, is the world which we have grown accustomed to call the
    • elemental world is an unknown world for the human being as he now
    • determine our relationships with other beings by our own free human
    • encircling planets. Our own etheric body is a kind of Sun elemental
    • mutual relations between these ‘planets’ and our own
    • down into the physical world.
    • overwhelmed and drowned by the coarser ideas which flow into us from
    • world, we thus bear the being of the dead with us in our own
    • conceptions, in our own life of ideas, for a certain length of time.
    • down here not only indirectly but directly. From a certain time
    • an influence working downward from spiritual worlds, coming to us
    • an environment wherein there are beings of his own kind, that is,
    • Hierarchies, down to man himself. And inasmuch as the etheric body
    • of the human beings down here, who are, as it were, veiled from him
    • connection which was begun during his own life on Earth), he comes up
    • his own experience as he does so — depends very, very much on
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    • number of Gods connected with their own life, but how they have whole
    • Thereupon Horus, her son, became angry, tore the crown from her head
    • the Greeks find a certain relationship between their own conception
    • successive generations of Gods: Gaea-Uranus; Uranus overthrown
    • Chronos and Rhea; then Chronos overthrown again through Zeus,
    • Greeks, would probably take the law into his own hands and involve
    • in whose whole being not only his own individuality had lived, but
    • see, the Greek examined his own soul, and he brought his generations
    • themselves against them. The Intuitive were thus overthrown through
    • Salt. Could man — this was known to the investigator of nature
    • has sunk down deep into the nature of man was a more living one in
    • younger process which has also entered deep down into human nature
    • overthrown. What has been left? Well, just as from Uranus-Gaea the
    • was known, even by Saint Martin, that with the Sulphur of the
    • own time.
    • when such a being as Zeus, who in their own time could live only
    • different way from in their own time. The old atavistic clairvoyance
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • today it is placed at man's own discretion to observe abstractly and
    • to think; with the setting sun this ceases, since one lies down to
    • known to those ancient peoples of the ages of which one must speak
    • the air was everywhere filled with Light phenomena; for the grown
    • nothing in it but what was shown physically. Beings live in it which
    • the rest of the organism, that has also grown coarser. So that in
    • things, as has indeed constantly been shown today, yet the time has
    • what can be the most impure, lowest way of thinking, as is shown from
    • had grown to such a pitch that they asked themselves: When I form a
    • nothing to do with it. Since that time people have grown accustomed
    • above downwards goes a stream of existence that binds man with the
  • Title: Lecture III: Ancient Myths
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    • in their own times. Thus men in Egypt and Greece ascribed to
    • Typhon, his wicked brother, introduced innovations into his own land
    • mother and seized the crown from her. Then it is related that either
    • head in place of the crown, and since then she has been portrayed
    • become famous. Beneath this statue, as is well known, stood the
    • a reflection of his own being to each piece, so that each of the
    • set a crown on her head in the place where once the old Isis had had
    • the crown which Horus had seized from her, that is to say, on the
    • spot where she developed the cow-horns. But this crown was merely of
    • crowns on her head, the cow-horns and the paper crown embellished
    • power of the cow-horns grasped the paper crown and changed it into an
    • actual golden crown of genuine substance.
    • crown which is written upon in the new deeply profound scientific
    • method, that even the paper crown will become a genuine golden crown.
    • shown, that the foundation of external knowledge is only a reflection
    • the glass, in the world-maya illusion just simply its own face.
    • modern, the much renowned modern theory of evolution is nothing
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    • be aware of its own movements.
    • which were felt in this direct way, as a co-vibrating of one's own
    • ‘Cancer’, one's own thorax.
    • we can perhaps mention presently but which are indeed known to most
    • Persian. A relation with the macrocosmic Gemini is shown
    • co-operation of the left and the right, which is shown in particular
    • he understood it through the Venus-forces which were in his own
    • heavens, he now received from the earth. This is what is shown us
    • constellations of the stars have also always known that certain help
    • the least.’ And so a number of delegates who were known to have
    • today talks about current events, but how little is really known of
  • Title: Lecture V: Ancient Myths
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    • grows up and attains the age known to us as the average age of life.
    • independently of our own action; we are capable of development
    • own willpower we must make any further advance. This is how it seems,
    • own freewill to take their further development in hand. And the
    • of humanity is shown in external symptoms — and one who regards
    • it is shown by the fact that in Greece, let us say, a man had still
    • hand of its own freewill what nature no longer provides. We dare not
    • of one's own sincerity, for on the whole it is not so very
    • there is a dying down. And one could bring forward many, many such
    • 19th Century, compared with which the materialism known by Friedrich
    • all suited to his own path of development. Now after five years he
    • abuse, that deep down they might not have a natural tendency to
    • obvious, immense veneration for one who had grown old; a looking up
    • ‘having-grown-young-in-forces’. There is of course no
    • inner necessity that he had grown so old; for instance, a tile from a
    • am not speaking of such things. But after he had grown so old, in his
    • soul he had in fact not grown old, but precisely young. This
    • schooldays. I have known doctors who were leaders in their special
    • I will not mention his name, he was so renowned — who stood in
    • always regard their own principle as the only one to make all mankind
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    • this statement applies particularly to our own time. We know that
    • though it is there less clearly shown.
    • down, dies by an accident. Let us suppose that a man is struck dead
    • something may be more easily known concerning these things than
    • still flow down the Rhine, if what we can give to youth today —
    • star-world, with the whole universe, and knew in their own way, in a
    • Many things are known
    • falls down like a rain of the soul — the whole universe —
    • means that man will learn to solve his own riddle, to say to himself:
    • gradually begun to turn aside from all that can be known of the
  • Title: Lecture VII: Ancient Myths
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    • speaking lightly — that everyone has his own head. Man
    • magnet, people own that the universe plays a part, it is only when
    • its own standpoint. In fact the natural science of today only
    • opposition and abuse, has thus shown its point of contact with
    • the whole of cosmic space sink down towards the earth. It is not
    • auric substance that sinks down below the surface of the earth. When
    • we come down to earth from the spiritual world, to find a place in a
    • the spiritual world. This substance, which I have shown coming
    • since we build up our head, as it were, out of cosmic forces, our own
    • spiritual existence. But inasmuch as we have come down to the
    • one sits down and crams. When we are young we prefer to stick to our
    • things were still known atavistically, but people no longer attach a
    • and so on. In this case, to be quite just, it must be owned that
    • The foreign correspondents have shown themselves, well, less
    • world conception to write! One is supposed to sit down as a perfect
    • earth we leave off mowing each other down’. That would perhaps
    • grown into a habit in human souls, then the same journalists who
    • humanity. The ancient Atlantean civilization went down. The
    • Lemurian epoch and our own epoch. Similarities are as we know always
    • instead they sent down their greatest Messenger precisely at that
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    • as the physical body is pushed downward towards the earth.
    • paths. The astral body, divided from the ego, now goes its own way,
    • and in a similar manner the ego takes its own course. We cannot,
    • it begins to contract. And the speed or slowness with which it
    • cosmos and is thrown back again.
    • blood streams down through the generations, follow all that is
    • transmitted down through external heredity, and come to the
    • different world during all this time; in its own experiences it need
    • spiritual researcher is often himself astonished at his own results.
    • their own, but merely look down upon them from the bird's-eye
    • education, of a tradition handed down through generations, — a
    • by means of physical heredity or what is handed down to them through
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • differentiation. It is well known that speaking is connected with the
    • also very interesting, in the case of some grown-up person who is
    • how he imparts to the words his own characteristic tone of voice, how
    • experiences of his own soul — then you can also perceive how,
    • child, or even a grown-up, is exerting himself to learn to speak a
    • earliest childhood, enables us, each in his own way, to learn to
    • human being works at the formation of his own karma. He weaves it
    • sensitivity, a quick and clear consciousness in regard to his own deeds,
    • Thrones bear this out into the universe, so that our own moral forces
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    • Also known as: The Ego as Experience of Consciousness,
    • Also known as: The Ego as Experience of Consciousness,
    • world which had grown up since the fifteenth century. In his youth he
    • Greeks and our own, the nature of the human soul before, say, the
    • experiences of another, having a life of its own, manifesting not
    • and lasting until our own time: from super-speech, through speech, to
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    • Also known as: Self-Consciousness: The Spiritual Human Being.
    • Also known as: Self-Consciousness: The Spiritual Human Being.
    • in your own language. As this is not possible, I must ask to be
    • usually known as the problem of immortality, of destiny, in the
    • down, mingling with these memories and remembrances, lie many factors
    • I gaze into my own being; I experience something that is beyond the
    • own inner life since birth is presented in a tableau of which
    • his own life of soul since birth. But his thoughts enter as it were
    • beginning to grasp the reality of my own being; I must yield up my
    • own being as it were under a load, constricted. But to put it
    • and who is able to survey his own life back to birth, to begin with,
    • own earthly life through the flow of time, further progress must be
    • we have not previously known, a world of super-sensible beings and
    • sphere. And when, in the way described, he beholds himself in his own
    • Spiritual Science must make to achieve these results should be known
    • in the way described, learnt as it were from man’s own being by
    • realised and known.
    • element of intellect dragged down into art would produce nothing but
    • mime; it is an art that has been brought down from the super-sensible
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • possesses a logical structure through his own nature. Thus we may say
    • his own inner experience.
    • It obtained its contents through what had been handed down
    • table! They should be conscious of their own spirit. Undoubtedly
    • that they forget their own spirit, that they are unwilling to grasp
    • their own spirit, they seek the spirit in a materialistic, external
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    • adhere to what has been handed down dogmatically; but the manner in
    • world, he will do it in such a way that he remains inside his own
    • were, with a reciprocal relation between his own being and the things
    • no longer the human being who lives inside his own skin ... for
    • Development of Man for His Involucres and for His Own Self?”]
    • known something concerning real wisdom. I have already spoken to you
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • becomes severed from the human individuality and goes its own
    • body has not grown young enough, but has instead maintained a certain
    • known to many of you, but that I must nevertheless repeat here, a
    • to lift the van between eleven and twelve at night (the owners
    • water and drowning? But this need not be true at all; a physical
    • brought down from the spiritual worlds. Helping forces are needed if
    • everything that must be brought down from the spiritual world is
    • really to come down. Ever since the death of little Theodor Faiss, we
    • forces that were needed to draw down inspirations from the spiritual
    • him, it would be a Herculean task to draw them down. Ever since they
    • own end and in that case these forces would be unable to further the
    • influence of Christ's hand pointing downward, the hand of the
    • We might also think that the right hand of Christ pointing downwards
    • of Christ. When Christ raises his left hand and points downwards with
    • himself who breaks his own wings.
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    • own times, namely, Giordano Bruno, Lord Bacon of Verulam and Jacob
    • soul-and-spirit in the spiritual world before he could have come down
    • builds them up into that form which is peculiar to its own nature.
    • this Folk-Wisdom and by his own genius revived it within him. He was
    • the universe, must get to know his own nature, but his faculties did
    • sages of the Mysteries were able, by their own dream-veiled vision,
    • become abstract; man was obliged to look, not into his own being but
    • external nature; they are processes which can only be known by man as
    • civilisation. Even those who believe that they have grown out of it
    • ancestor of the Three Kings. Such people have by no means grown
    • of the human soul. Centuries ago it was known that with their dreamy
    • capacity; that a time would come when nothing would be known any
    • longer about pre-existence. And so they laid it down as a dogma that
    • shrouded in the darkness of dogma. That was the first step downwards
    • It was a step downwards into ignorance for it is not possible to
    • wished to lead mankind on the downward path. Such Initiates did not
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • Also known as: The Present Crisis in Man's Development,
    • Also known as: The Present Crisis in Man's Development,
    • sense known in Europe, in the Greek culture: The Romans developed the
    • his own self. The human soul of the European peoples indeed passed
    • their own body. For example, the really cultured Greek looked up to
    • within its own being, so that thoughts spring up in me. For the
    • events resembling their own experiences.
    • that lead the human souls down to the earth, a world in which I can
    • unknown to the other gods who are connected with the earth. Up to the
    • from worlds where death is unknown. What Beings serve the Christ? —
    • sacrifice, not who could have come down to the earth, in order to
    • the world — and each one must do this in his own way — so
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    • acquire any real self-knowledge or feeling of his own being without
    • can be known, for it need only be remembered that it is the striving
    • all the old, habitual conceptions. I have known many people —
    • But this picture: There, down below, is the body; there the ego
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • also known as: Man and the World of Stars, and
    • also known as: Man and the World of Stars, and
    • persons who, from their own impulse, not mine, wished to work
    • Anthroposophical Movement, he removes the ground from under his own
    • fact must be known by Anthroposophists that it has founded itself out
    • its ritual, but the fact of its ritual, out of its own force
    • and its own initiative, and that the essential core of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • Lectures to Members series. This lecture is also known as:
    • Lectures to Members series. This lecture is also known as:
    • of human life. Even from our own ranks, dear friends of ours have
    • shown you that in every single case it can only speak of things from
    • concerning which we may say that it was already known to men such as
    • mistaken manner — upside down, we might say. Since we live on
    • other part withdraws from the one that sinks down into the earth, as
    • when we abandon our physical body? Where do we dive down? Through our
    • death, we dive down with lightning speed into that which forms our
    • one person who can remember his own birth, nor look back upon it. The
    • cannot pass through the real experience of our own birth.
    • look upon this empty space. That is to say, we look upon our own
    • think, that we only live for our own sake; yet the Gods work out
    • become with lightning speed, also that part of our own experiences
    • which has become inwoven with the universe. That part of our own
    • saw our own etheric body inwoven with the universe. But now it rises
    • grown fragile. This would enable us to experience that feeling more
    • on, fatigue gradually begins to drown the vital forces, and then the
    • wisdom connected with our own being, it is the wisdom connected with
    • concern our own being, for all manner of other processes take place
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    • its own nature. If we study the Finnish nation, we shall find that it
    • (pronounced EE), whose significance is well known. Consequently, the
    • Finns called it, downwards from above, they also called themselves
    • the nations that were settled down here, below, called in the Warager
    • manner of things have flown together in the nation that lived yonder
    • respectively, also downwards from above, in the case of a connecting
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    • from honest motives will probably recognize a piece of his own
    • indeed in a not too distant future, that older forms have come down
    • could have shown more respect for freedom than the way the
    • down upon doctrines and theories in other spheres of life, one's
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    • would perceive the tendency to continual movement of her own light-body, and
    • light-ether, we see our own little organised etheric body with its movements.
    • place in its own light-body, it has liberated itself from the Ahrimanic
    • world of Light, let me be in the Light so as to perceive my own light-body,
    • the occurrences within my own light-body; weaken and take away the power of
    • perceive my own light, and remove the force that hinders me from seeing the
    • that it might be possible for them by the light to perceive their own
    • follow me, and may they sink down among the lower Gods of Chaos; and let them
    • when this was already known; and the Pistis-Sophia presents a physical
    • prevalent attitude of soul is that a clever man [and in his own opinion every
    • grown man is very clever today] that the clever man can form an opinion
    • in his own cleverness which every grown man has today, he simply ignores the
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    • own efforts, "co-creators" in evolution.
    • own kind, for this is due fundamentally to an activity of the etheric
    • own use; he uses it neither for growth nor for his natural organic
    • in the other. This free part of the etheric body that has grown
    • body is shown in the way the temperaments react upon man. We have
    • indirectly, has his own good at heart — if he is in a position
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    • own efforts, "co-creators" in evolution.
    • made known.
    • that can be examined in all the known ways. And blood is described
    • to say, it is not only bound to be unknown to materialistic science,
    • carrying out his method properly, he can gradually exercise his own
    • do no earthly good with them, and see no further than your own noses.
    • and afterwards put on holy airs — they ought to be thrown to
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    • own efforts, "co-creators" in evolution.
    • and longings, especially those arising from their own externally
    • in an external way has been drawn down into the sphere of the
    • to the point of transferring to his offspring his own individual
    • incarnates he comes down from the Devachanic world and forms his
    • is handed down as such, is what we have to understand as the concept
    • absolutely healthy — made man in their own likeness. But now
    • his environment he has his own characteristics as well. And indeed,
    • their own individual characteristics. And there was contradiction
    • body into his organism himself to begin with as he comes down from
    • longer blown by the wind. This double made out of the incorporated
    • hardened, independent being, subject to its own laws. Imagine what
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 4: Rhythm in the Bodies of Man
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    • own efforts, "co-creators" in evolution.
    • higher entities. When the human being's own astral body and ego
    • activity of the human being's own astral body and ego. If we want to
    • larger ego of its sphere of influence. What does our own limited ego
    • cosmic ego during the night and foregoes its own activity. And
    • accumulated during the day. Because the day ego sinks down into the
    • describes part of a circle and then sinks down, passing through more
    • that we really have to speak of a kind of sinking down into a cosmic
    • aware of it. Then man felt his own innate astral feelings that he had
    • around him and at another time he was more aware of his own inner
    • The astral body actually does sink down into a universal cosmic
    • etheric body, symbolically speaking, revolves on its own axis, and
    • course of a year he has to revolve once on his own axis and once
    • create the outer physical movement in accordance with their own inner
    • going through its own rhythm. It meets the next part. This is also
    • its own rhythm, and the rhythm of the days was also beginning to
    • out into the world again out of the strength of his own inner
    • development. Just as there were once beings who, out of their own
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 5: Rhythms in the Being of Man
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    • own efforts, "co-creators" in evolution.
    • circumstances there is no recovery. This fact is known by most
    • tendency to counteract the temperature and bring it down. If the
    • tendency to bring the temperature down. It is important to pay good
    • of our own human members. For the time being, however, we need only
    • situation. In town life things often have to be arranged in such a
    • and has not yet attained a new inner one. Man has outgrown nature —
    • but has not yet grown into the spirit. He is still floundering today
    • bringing it to birth again. You are laying down the plan or basis for
    • your system of thought, as once the gods laid down the plan for the
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    • own efforts, "co-creators" in evolution.
    • until man has grown accustomed to live solely in the world of the
    • obstacles in his own path. If this primary force were the only thing
    • if he put no obstacles in his own way. It is only by setting himself
    • puts stones in his own path. If he did not have to muster the
    • brought to others. Only now it is in his own astral body that he
    • through life he feels it in his own astral body in exactly the same
    • incarnations. Your own astral body tells you what it felt like, and
    • compensating deed could be one to which our own organism is not
    • qualities that can be passed down through the generations. This
    • comes down from the spiritual world our soul is attracted to the kind
    • not suit it and bring its instrument into harmony with its own
    • someone is knocked down by a train it should be explained in the same
    • man's own hands to conduct his own life, there was no possibility of
    • Aesculapius is taken to the particular Mystery where he is shown
    • man came down into his first incarnation.
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    • own efforts, "co-creators" in evolution.
    • and altogether that which is greatest, is not to be sought in unknown
    • the inherited characteristics like a sheath, its own qualities and
    • only possible in a being that has his ego within his own organism and
    • him to imprint his own form on himself because his ego dwells within
    • still has this mobility because man can give himself his own form
    • we have shown that really the most everyday things can be understood
    • being within ones own ego is too great. But bitter feelings also
    • When sorrow and joy are not just within a man's own self but have
    • in weeping. She is neither laughing nor weeping on her own account.
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    • own efforts, "co-creators" in evolution.
    • as yet to coming right down on to the earth, but who preferred to
    • souls, and each human being was much more inside his own body. Thus
    • into those wicked and immoral practices that led to the downfall of
    • regions of ancient Atlantis known today as the temperate zones.
    • brown. And an overpowering feeling of ego arising from offended
    • countries have kept a certain similarity right down the ages. Let us
    • when nothing was known as yet of what was going on in the South,
    • old religious traditions that have been handed down to us externally.
    • within us speak, or by imagining that each individual carries his own
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    • own efforts, "co-creators" in evolution.
    • I have the plant in front of me as a seed and there as a fully grown
    • observes the fully grown lily of the valley, it sees the physical
    • scientist has the fully grown lily of the valley in front of him
    • will develop in his own way through the subsequent ages. We know that
    • within him only what he has gained through his own efforts, not what
    • attacking a brave man who for a time holds his own but eventually
    • spirits of personality look down upon you, asking continually: Will
    • Chaldean-Babylonian, Greco-Latin times and right into our own time,
    • man in a world in which he can also work on his own spiritual part,
    • the first step of his own creative activity. If only it could be
    • I think, I do not do so for my own satisfaction, but in order to
    • becomes the vehicle of the new. Then even this will be thrown off and
    • end. It has been shown how on the one hand the spirits of personality
    • pursue their own evolution. Thus ours is a world that is constantly
    • and discard the old, and what is thrown off will seek its own path.
    • extent as being able to say: “I can create my own life values
    • through his own efforts, he is working his way in the true sense of
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    • higher worlds depends upon our own inner tranquillity; the calmer we
    • any illumination shining down into our physical world; but it is
    • death — known to us under the name of Kamaloka — the
    • person in some way or deprived him of the love we ought to have shown
    • and relates to our own life. After death, relationships between
    • physical body. The etheric body then unfolds its own activity and
    • understand the foundation of the legend that has grown up in
    • own soul something that is able to throw spiritual light upon the
    • as it were confined in his own cell. Far from being an ironical
    • laid down by those who are the spiritual leaders of mankind; we shall
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    • of his own identity. Indeed his whole life during these early years
    • own depths. If we investigate all this with exactitude — and
    • ‘I’-consciousness to our own destructive activity, to the
    • is really occupied throughout his life in reducing his own value, in
    • bringing about his own destruction. However, as long as we remain
    • poised in our own ‘I’, we have constant opportunity in
    • within his own being, in isolation. Particularly in connection with
    • threatening to crash down upon one, as if explosions were discharging
    • one's own narrow prejudices has been shown to human beings on Earth,
    • by their own flesh and blood. In ancient times, when a religion
    • Mystery Centre. People were always given a leader from their own
    • The fact that in its early phases and also in our own times sects
    • because Christ came down from the Sun and has united Himself with the
    • and even down to our own epoch, human beings were able to perceive
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    • before the death of the person in question, or before our own death,
    • You may have known such a case. If the friend had been the first to
    • kind of case that may frequently be observed in our own ranks.
    • surface of a sea without the faintest idea of what is down below on
    • been cancelled and you had been somewhere else. If you had known
    • plane that stream down upon us but also the measureless abundance of
    • known it would be possible for people to speak from one town to
    • his own Ego and astral body. When does a human being allow his limbs
    • in space and go their own way. A plant is bound to sleep when the
    • girl: “I will paint for you the finest picture ever known if
    • life, it will now be shown how reliable and well-founded are the
    • own direct vision of the spiritual world that the Ego and astral body
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    • from men's own souls. This is the mission of the Earth.
    • region which receives forces radiated from the planet known in occult
    • up-building and vitalising of his own being; for they give rise to
    • not as things are on Earth, when man does not really know his own
    • is to say from different viewpoints, upon his own being, and he feels
    • of which turns downwards as the result of a kind of gravity and
    • part radiates downwards without defined limit.)
    • Now that part of the Ego-aura which streams downwards
    • period, then in the Graeco-Roman period and then again in our own.
    • There will even be people, among town-dwellers for example, whom one
    • you are merely holding it and what you experience is your own contact
    • their own contact with it. This brought about changes in their very
    • has been thrust down into the deeper strata of consciousness. The
    • souls of all of you once harboured the experiences known to men when
    • cosmic spheres. This is everywhere present in the depths of your own
    • stars must now be drawn from the depths of their own souls and used
    • the soma-juice rained down from the heavens into individual souls,
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    • was incarnated as the person known in history as
    • is known to all occultists that the same soul which appeared on Earth
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    • ancient Persian, the Egypto-Chaldean, the Graeco-Latin, and our own.
    • until our own time, Rosicrucianism did not contain the teachings of
    • to the world in our own main epoch, in the epoch that was preceded by
    • on Earth recognises as his own. Philosophers have a good deal to say
    • Form, known in the Bible as the Elohim, are the Beings from whom the
    • down to a level below that of these Spirits of Form. To what category
    • him down, causing him to move about on all fours and to be incapable
    • himself and his outer form. By his own efforts he has to make his way
    • down to the finer, invisible movements of the nerves. The more
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    • It first arose in an epoch preceding our own by four or five
    • important that this should be known. The work of the Luciferic beings
    • of his own judgement very early in life. This applies particularly to
    • become better in their own inner nature, therefore the process of
    • other ‘-ists’ who swear by their own standpoint, but
    • for which they had previously shown understanding. These will be
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    • into our own being.
    • is really observing in the world that which amounts in his own
    • of a grown-up person, however, or of a child from a certain age
    • insist that he has preserved the characteristics of his own
    • develop forces which work down upon his ancestors. Long before an
    • The human soul looks down upon what is thus being
    • process of continual destruction, and what is seen when our own inner
    • with the vision of his own being? No, that is not the case. For at
    • the period between death and the new birth, when we are looking down
    • rebirth we are gazing at our own body; the fact that it is our own
    • are living within our own Ego-hood. Such is the difference when the
    • spiritual world to be condemned in increasing numbers to look down
    • those who make known these tidings regard as their task is verily not
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    • beings who send down to the physical world forces that promote
    • own bodily constitution, indeed of his whole destiny in the life on
    • false. Every world has its own special mission. And what a man can
    • raise their status in the world, although to their own advantage
    • only, snatching at what is in their own interest, dryly calculating
    • only ‘half think’, whose logic invariably breaks down
    • only with what can be drawn from his own soul. As in many other
    • own self made into God! In the case of many pious souls it becomes
    • health and growth, who send down from the spiritual world into our
    • inner urge of his own soul? This attitude — to think and act
    • beneficent Powers of health and salutary forces sent down from the
    • attuned to it. I have known men who cannot even sew on a button to
    • of those Spirits who further the progress of humanity and send down
    • looking down upon earthly life and co-operating with the forces that
    • Here again light is thrown upon the fact that our life
    • physical body. Each world has its own specific mission; no two worlds
    • way known to you, but again the belief might arise that it is not
    • shown. Therefore as individuals we can acquire from the Beings of the
    • are sending to the dead live in their own souls that the dead person
    • our own being a stream of spirituality may find its way into
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    • their own distinctive colouring in every individual. Whereas thoughts
    • own life as it were dissolves into each region successively; he takes
    • “Our own embodiments dissolve here into a unity
    • know more and more clearly in this realm that in his own inner being
    • in his own self the word of the Primordial Spirit: ‘I am the
    • lectures and lecture-courses, we should be able to form our own
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    • history of mankind if we are to understand rightly our own spiritual
    • way by its own efforts, not in response to any impulse from without,
    • realise that as the story of the event on Golgotha became known in
    • behind our own! Then, if the clairvoyant state of soul is raised to
    • that streams through the other two worlds and penetrates right down
    • world, we certainly find there nothing that is known to-day about the
    • known.
    • in yourself; in your thinking you lay hold, as it were, of your own
    • its own, should really prefer to prohibit it. For if the natural
    • tried in their own way to understand the change. Even the external
    • Gnosticism. The Gnosis is known in the most varied ways. Externally,
    • remarkably little is really known about it, but from the available
    • little for its own innermost depth. And this is Silence: the eternal
    • our own.
    • this desire, Achamod, thrown out into the world and permeating it.
    • says: “Now at last we have grown up; we have acquired the ideas
    • its time of nursery play. The grown-up soul of today, with its
    • this lecture becomes all the sharper. We see on the one hand our own
    • us; it would throw no light on what is shown to the clairvoyant soul.
    • and have shown you only one occult experience, the perception of the
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    • known what it was all about. And since one cannot properly express in
    • Jesus would have again decreased; but it would not have narrowed down
    • thrown out only as a question. It is one of the many questions which
    • prophetic character entirely their own. External scholarship cannot
    • the form handed down by external tradition, show that they arose from
    • importance was attached to these sayings is shown by the so-called
    • order to write down in another book what he is reading. Here there is
    • writing them down; while the other Prophets remain in meditation,
    • blown to one side by a gust of wind, and the same wind catches her
    • unconscious, the unknown. The Libyan Sibyl, the hasty one, looks as
    • post-Atlantean epoch. It became more and more narrowed down, but in
    • had appeared on Earth then, would have known from the writing in the
    • stage of Sibyllism. Imagine this developing on its own lines in the
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    • that is the term we will use for the present — for whose own
    • how from the Lemurian Age onwards souls gradually came down from
    • about — if, that is, the human souls had come down from
    • First of all, when the human beings came down from the
    • quite simple matter for these human souls to come down from their
    • the path down from the planets to the Earth, but had remained behind,
    • sought to experience completely in his own inner being this tragedy
    • there developed also that star worship which is indeed known
    • had no skin — he is known in mythology as the Flayed Marsyas —
    • Many towns founded by the Greeks as colonies were named
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    • has come down from earlier times, from Saturn, Sun, Moon. Jahve is
    • Hebrew teaching shown to us at once in the name of the first man,
    • course of his evolution the Ruler of Earth, breathes out of his own
    • everything we find handed down by the Bible from Hebrew antiquity
    • being he would be the highest flower, the crown, of earthly creation.
    • the soul and to drive another soul-force down, as it were, into the
    • of the Earth. Thus the hair of one Sibyl is blown about by the wind;
    • the return of the Messiah, but that he would come down from the
    • out of its own inner will — this kind of commandment is met
    • olive tree, so that in one's own soul the elemental forces are
    • ministry when I try to stir emulation in the men of my own race, and
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    • humanity in the way known to us, one result was that the chaotic
    • made of it in one's own soul under the influence of forces
    • Troyes. There we are shown how, after often mistaking the way,
    • runs down over the page's hand; and then a maiden with the Holy
    • nobody was there. He got dressed, and downstairs he found his horse
    • his horse had to make a leap in order not to be thrown into the
    • great Mysteries that had been shown to him. We then hear that he went
    • debt he had incurred by his having deserted his own mother. This was
    • his Parsifal poem, he had — according to his own statement —
    • Eschenbach had wanted to attribute to a further source his own
    • soul: a picture shown to me while I was trying to accompany Parsifal
    • Now rolls at last down to his chin
    • The name to him is full well-known.
    • found? Now in the course of my researches it had been shown to me
    • specially significant for me, I was shown where the
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    • shown how these revelations must be looked for, and can everywhere be
    • belongs to the evolution of the Earth and (as I have shown in
    • the ‘Lord of the Earth’ shines down symbolically in his
    • the Moon forces, which have left their remains in the moon known to
    • off for his anointing and crowning under God's protection. Most
    • processes. The fact that the earth truly has a soul is shown most
    • feeling the confluence of that which works down from the stars, and
    • was at first carried away from its own place and for a season was not
    • truly has a, soul is shown most clearly by observing weather
    • down from the realm of the higher Hierarchies. The Beings of those
    • Hierarchies brought it down; it belonged to them. The Parsifal saga
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    • Also known as: Perceiving the Thought Being ...
    • you recollect what was shown in my book
    • to our own time, contains laws which have nothing to do with the
    • the forth period up to our own time; we are just in this period.
    • difference, for instance, between the thought life of our own time
    • Anaxagoras out of air, Heraclitus from fire. I have shown how these
    • he was of a fiery temperament and so on. You find that shown in
    • concerned with a thinking that is still not man's own
    • within them what the Sun-evolution laid down in their physical and
    • philosophy and so of furthering their own existence. Men can thus
    • slowness where a century corresponds to a year of human life. Yet all
    • Until my light's my own and separated.
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    • The translator is unknown.
    • Working, this lecture is also known as:
    • The translator is unknown.
    • Working, this lecture is also known as:
    • Anyone capable of observing the mirror-pictures thrown back by the
    • in our planetary system, raying his own being into the
    • to them clear and active light-filled thoughts of his own. And that
    • When a human being comes down from pre-earthly life into earthly
    • man free in the realm of his own memory. Thereupon the influence of
    • Saturn was forced into the unconscious; man's memory became his own
    • more into its own active substance. The Sun is as it were the flame
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    • certain amount of light can be thrown upon the question of destiny if
    • their own inner nature they necessarily demand the continuation
    • own accord, we are able to do something for the dead owing to the
    • grow poor if no other forces were to stream down upon the earth from
    • must acquire forces of his own. For this reason (I can express it in
    • evolution by sending down from the Spiritual world what we have
    • then it streams down again in this changed form.
    • a new birth over and above our own requirement. We can therefore see
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    • of our studies we may well take our start from what is already known
    • on our own life in the world. We would go past the world around us
    • notably to our own etheric body. It is, above all, inherent in the
    • that we have our own etheric body. Our etheric body is our instrument
    • elemental being, who is in essence the counterpart of our own etheric
    • body. Our own etheric body is intimately related to one particular
    • etheric body from birth until death — develops its own
    • counterpart or counter-pole of our own etheric body, enable us to
    • immediately after death, between our own etheric body and its etheric
    • but it is to our own etheric counterpart that we hand it over. Our
    • etheric body is taken from us by our own cosmic prototype or image
    • of mutual relation now arises between what our own etheric body has
    • thoughts we make our own, into the feelings we experience, so are the
    • in us through our own eyes. So it is with this transmission through
    • portion of our own soul's experience. Only one who is spiritually
    • aside our etheric body. We with our own individuality are then among
    • transform himself as to receive into his own being something of the
    • They are subject to the influences of our own vanity and of our
    • whole cosmos. Our own life belongs to the cosmos. And just as we,
    • Whatever we find blameworthy in him, we put it down to him. The dead
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    • slid down from the head to some deeper region. That human
    • to his own self. Through inner exercises he sought to attain what
    • one's own human effort or whether one simply has it. When, as was
    • assume it to have slid further down. So instead of listening they
    • is assumed to have slid down into deeper regions of human nature and
    • warmth and light etheric beings stream down to earth; if man's
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    • of human life. Even from our own ranks, dear friends of ours have
    • science has followed up to now will have shown you that in every
    • was already known to men such as Immanuel Hermann Fichte, son of the
    • ourselves in an entirely mistaken manner upside down, we might say.
    • part withdraws from the one that sinks down into the earth, as it
    • Where do we dive down? Through our death, we go out with lightning
    • cognitive power. There is not one person who can remember his own
    • our own birth.
    • to say, we look upon our own self, from outside; we look into a
    • work within our experiences. We think that we only live for our own
    • part of our own experiences which has become interwoven with the
    • universe. That part of our own experiences which now incorporates
    • outer world when we contemplated the universe and saw our own
    • whose limbs have grown fragile. This would enable us to experience
    • fatigue gradually begins to drown the vital forces, and then the
    • own being, it is the wisdom connected with the wonderful structure
    • that exclusively and egoistically concern our own being, for all
    • which develops from out of our own inner life. When we ourselves
    • (and this knowledge rises out of your own soul) ‘towards whom
    • these things in their own world. You must discover them by
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    • must assume to be known from other meetings and through our books.
    • through my own soul in the course of the year, since we last saw one
    • himself of four parts, which are well known to us: physical body,
    • about his birth through his own physical experience — just so
    • identical with the way in which it has grown out of “the
    • Dornach Building has grown, were they able to make use of that short
    • can distinguish these thoughts. His own inner experience enables him
    • thoughts anew, as it were, and experiences his own activity. A large
    • The experience is different when we look down from the
    • thinking than his own. The standpoint taken by the materialist
    • in the case of Dr. Th. Ziehen, the well known modern psychiatrist
    • something having actual existence. It can easily be shown that actual
    • true, what Spiritual Science brings down for us as Truth, from the
    • own personal interests, to be able to see how untruthfulness glitters
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    • province which we touch upon here, is one which up to our own times
    • all times, from primeval ages down to our own day, have always known,
    • down to our own period, we have the stages of evolution of various
    • beings, down to ourselves. Therefore we can say: The First
    • perhaps there down below, far removed from the first place, ‘There
    • their own etheric body.
    • their own activity. If we contemplate the various peoples on the
    • age was not the same Spirit as in our own age. Those who grasp the
    • in the meanwhile going through their own evolution, and then that one
    • later age, while the others are then proceeding with their own
    • Egyptian-Chaldæan epoch, which is taking place in our own time. After
    • far the work of the Archangels, working down from above, from their
    • down the great outlines for the several epochs. The extension of the
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    • Germany. It is true that every man has his own etheric body, and it
    • earth. But they also have their own paths to follow; for this working
    • own affairs, they only do this because the forces in the world
    • mutually affect one another. They do it first of all as their own
    • besides this the affairs of their own ‘ I ’
    • earth. This is their own affair. The other, what they do in the
    • is accustomed to apply his own ideas to the whole universe. He is
    • and have renounced their own evolution, in order to embody in man
    • from their own ‘ I ’, from their soul
    • together. This co-operation is shown through the fact that speech and
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    • life, on the contrary, he has in his own consciousness extremely
    • through the power of your own mind, from within. You need only carry
    • operation in pure thought, by the power of your own inner being; you
    • logic is unknown to most people. By this you may therefore see how a
    • at colors and hears sounds, so does the Archangel look down upon the
    • down upon those personalities of the folk belonging to him and which
    • them, by weaving out of his own being that which has to guide the
    • the Archangel goes down, just as a man goes down when he has lived
    • down into a people and embodies himself in it. In the same way too,
    • that it belongs to the most inward, the most intimate part of his own
    • single individual may do, not only for his own progress, his own
    • incarnation to the next, which is connected with his own concerns,
    • to him the strictest, because most especially his own duty. He may
    • That, however, is his own private affair, by attending to which he
    • contributes to his own people, which belongs to the concerns of the
    • people of his own particular nation is brought about through the
    • peoples who then received their own normal and abnormal Archangels.
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    • Personality, the Archangels, down to the Angels, — and above
    • according to their own nature, we find that their chief interest lies
    • for the Spirits of Form. They only intervene, out of their own
    • would have intended man to come down only at this point (twenty,
    • up above in the periphery of the earth, and had only come down to
    • born. So we see that man has thoroughly grown together with his
    • inherited; and we shall understand what is shown by spiritual
    • down by heredity in the Atlantean epoch and on into our
    • post-Atlantean epoch. We shall see how in our own time it is the
    • and we must then follow their propagation down into our own times,
    • come into consideration here are the yellow and the brownish races of
    • is laid down by law, really does exist, it is a reality, a real
    • civilizations assumes the character shown by a continuation of the
    • now known to science is only a successor, can in this way be
    • that the civilization in our own age is also determined in this way
    • rigid, senile element. This was always known in the Mystery Schools.
    • evolution which has always been known to those who were initiated
    • the East; but the Central European domain must call to mind its own
    • man is compelled to reflect upon his own soul-nature, and why on the
    • ground on which we stand, down to the formation of islands and
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    • part of this course of lectures it will be shown how the
    • folk-characters of our times, in which we ourselves live with our own
    • become solid. Viscous waves were then thrown up from the South, so
    • yourselves a mighty wave being thrown up from the South, which
    • penetrates upwards as well as downwards, into the sphere of the
    • when we look down into the depths of the earth, we ascribe to the
    • That is the life of the universal ether which streams down to the
    • predominating elements of our own personal being,
    • and will, first of all in his own inner being. At the beginning of
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    • direction they take when they are thrown back, reflected.
    • aspect, when it is shown that the Spirits of Form go away with the
    • them as streaming down to us in the sunlight. But if we want to
    • Mars, Venus and Mercury. These forces stream down upon Earth, are
    • period of time in old Atlantis. There we have that which sank down
    • of its own being, and for the man of the present day it has all its
    • down in the unconscious organism.
    • made this people His own, and when to this you add the fact that
    • comes down in the blood from Abraham, Isaac and Jacob and so on. That
    • of the nineteenth century. In all this the son of the brown race did
    • of that which makes the white man great. The brown man is made great
    • Thus spoke the Indian Chief, from his point of view. The brown man
    • between the conquerors and the last of the great Chiefs of the brown
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    • own development? As regards certain spiritual Beings we can during
    • our own period of evolution witness the spectacle that they are, so
    • to speak, progressing a stage further in their own development. Since
    • our lecture to-day, we are experiencing in our own time, that the
    • Jehovah had chosen one in particular and made that His own people.
    • and right down to the Egyptians and Greeks the several Archangels
    • freedom; every one of them went his own way and therefore made it
    • earth. If you were to draw something like a circle, so that the towns
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    • the sacred primeval Indian civilization. Later, nearer our own age,
    • after which followed our own.
    • was known to the Greeks. What they had gone through was in their
    • occurrences out of their own knowledge, which, however, was a divine
    • German peoples lived within, it was their own direct personal
    • this more as though it were just happening then. It is his own
    • it. He understood this down to the eighth, ninth and tenth centuries
    • down into the individual human beings that which the Archangels bring
    • been handed down. For us it is a question of being able to understand
    • been known and revered, because he was a mighty Being who was seen to
    • that which comes down from above; he seeks for it outside in the
    • what we meet with in what is known as the old Germanic Scandinavian
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    • known. Whether that which is known is a man, an animal, a tree or a
    • There that which knows and that which is known is one and the same.
    • of their own ‘ I ’, the imaginative picture of
    • is, that it takes more and more into its own hands the task of
    • regulating its own relation to the outer world.
    • feels and wills; whereas as regards his own concerns he was guided by
    • deeper down into material sense-existence than he would have done
    • Zoroaster made it his task to understand and make known the
    • a man can attain by plunging into his own inner being; there, where
    • that which again and again drags man down through his desires and
    • who climbs up on to a roof, falls down, receives a mortal injury, and
    • fell down, was mortally injured and died from his injuries? But the
    • whilst on the roof and fallen down when already dead; the injuries
    • down to the smallest details. But we must clearly understand therein
    • events could not, even down to the smallest details, be given better,
    • Vision of the Future. All this is expressed in a wonderful way, down
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    • develop it. As we have shown to be the case in the Germanic
    • ages still clairvoyantly shown to man from the spiritual world. It was
    • shown that this ‘ I ’ was bestowed upon man by an
    • but as his own. When in the East man awoke to the ‘ I ’,
    • the higher worlds which they could not have acquired by their own
    • From the Atlantean down to the later post-Atlantean
    • old Northern peoples from the spiritual world, down to this
    • East, gradually cooled down; then, at a time when Siberia and Russia
    • had not yet risen to the surface, it flowed down near the Ural
    • it was drawn from the old Atlantean epoch. The stream that came down
    • the Spiritual Soul in our own, which is not yet completed. Then comes
    • attitude they have always shown when their relations to the higher
    • divine figures worked out even down to the individual character, is
    • post-Atlantean civilization, which is to succeed our own. We meet
    • offer it to the down-streaming Spirit-Self to hold it towards the
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    • own time. Now that is also one of the reasons why we may hope that
    • were, by that which poured down from spiritual heights, is preserved
    • by the human souls coming down from the planetary spheres.
    • myth and it has been preserved in all that has come down to us in the
    • down as fools, that what they have to offer to mankind will not be
    • result of their own vision. Materialism has now invaded all domains.
    • In that which has come down to us as the ‘Twilight
    • come in. And what that is, is, however, known to Germanic Norse
    • accept what has grown up for us from the soil of Europe. The
    • own General Meeting in Berlin, when we had the great pleasure of
    • from his own standpoint and his own ground, — to contribute to
    • the common goal that which lies in our own mission. This we can best
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    • Also known as:
    • is a capacity of which our own time particularly stands in need. The human
    • Should he be sent down to the earth or be left to pass his existence in a realm
    • down to the earth from Saturn, Jupiter, Mars, and so on — that is to say, beings
    • cosmic realms beyond the earth they come down to the earth and enter into a
    • earth-existence. Just as the Vulcan-men were the last to come down to the earth
    • world down into earth-existence.
    • down — slowly and by degrees, it is true — to the earth. The human race does not
    • our own sphere of existence. Their home is the sphere lying between the moon
    • down into earth-existence and ought to be willingly received. Catastrophe after
    • earth. These Beings of whom I have spoken will gradually come down to the
    • emphatically part of human evolution upon the earth, and it is quite well known
    • want to unite with men are bringing down from the cosmos, or whether men intend
    • own shadowy thoughts. It is not enough today to speak in abstract terms of the
    • how that which modern physics, with its unimaginative charts, casts down into
    • tragedy that men will be brought to the point of resolving, each in his own
    • coming down from above in order that this intellect may be made fit for the
    • driven down into an order of existence lower than that of the plants, into the
    • who imagine that they will gain their ends by promoting their own spiritual development
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    • view the consideration of certain misunderstandings, which are known to
    • will begin with the way in which a more or less unknown thing is judged
    • Anthroposophical Society are names which have become more widely known
    • foundation of my own, independent method of research.
    • for having a building of our own for such representations, and for the
    • is generally considered, from the outset, as something unknown, indeed,
    • as something which must necessarily remain unknown. Now spiritual
    • real essence it remains unknown. But by using certain exercises, the
    • which has a consciousness of its own. If we work at our will in an
    • usually have outer things before our eyes, so do we have our own
    • direction of our own soul-life to our beloved dead may acquire deep
    • if he desires such a connection with us. This also is shown by
    • deepened. If we say that God is revealed in our own hearts and souls,
    • “If any inhabitants of distant worlds could look down upon the
    • well-known way, because he had something to say which apparently, but
    • of the grandeur of the cosmic system, as it became known through
    • would not be able to understand the subject out of his own feelings.
    • fault with it because, judged from their own point of view, it is
    • It was just something new. But truth has to make its own way in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Spiritual Communion of Mankind
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    • wisdom was revealed, not acquired by man's own powers.
    • ascribes it to his own activity of thinking. He forms chains of
    • themselves the product of his own thinking. The man of olden times
    • it were, been born from our own life of soul, they have arisen out of
    • up to its own environment, to the atmosphere surrounding it. It has
    • faculty to acquire his thoughts through his own efforts. This induced
    • own being. Hence he must inwardly raise these thoughts of his to the
    • during Winter and put their potatoes in them. Down there in the earth
    • light and the warmth sink down, as it were, into the soil of the
    • knowledge was his own possession but that it was a gift bestowed upon
    • as his own possession. Therefore he must receive into his heart the
    • who came down to the Earth. And in the early period of Christian
    • himself for the secrets he once sought to find outside his own being.
    • he could point to his own heart, and say: Now I understand the nature
    • not always be thrown into confusion owing to the dates of the
    • to plunge down into the dark depths of midnight in order to find the
  • Title: Lecture: Michelangelo
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    • related. They had an immediately-felt knowledge of their own organism
    • own spiritual power and pours his own will over a whole people and
    • remains their leader far beyond his own lifetime. So completely does
    • have seen to be true of Greek sculpture. He is shown at that moment
    • is shown grasping his sling at the very moment before he accomplishes
    • (1436–1488) who had done a statue of David, had shown
    • nature. Each type of stone calls for its own specific form, and each
    • type has its own secrets which the artist must extract from it.
    • and nature as science had led to in its own sphere. It is not just a
    • other artists. What he brought through his own soul into his times I
    • own and reveal that space. Michelangelo wanted to create a truly
    • the task which, as he said himself, was outside his own sphere but
    • this space and this figure in all its details down to its flying
    • tried to comprehend the world through its own powers. There we have
    • the first instance of man reflecting about his own thought which led
    • ancestors of Mary, shown despite their number in majestic variation,
    • permeated everything that he did with what we can see to be his own
    • whom some are led into blessedness, others thrust down into hell.
    • was in actual fact deeply rooted in his own age. Those of you who can
    • artist, more than other types, is doing work which will bear his own
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    • direct connection with Nature by life in cities and towns. And it is
    • must guard against exposing my own body to these destructive forces;
    • own in spite of all the surrounding hubbub, and be able to find its
    • consciousness of the day; the will sinks down into the subconscious,
    • destructive element when in his Ego and astral body he comes down
    • It is only by descending into the depths of his own
    • how many prefer to dream (the Lord giveth to His own in sleep!), how
    • our contemporaries — who as the result of segregation in towns
    • there are many town and city dwellers to-day who cannot do so. They
    • may perhaps be able to distinguish the grown plants, because that is
    • left to your own meditation, which will discover to what such
    • own sake but for the cake's sake. The point is that what is inside
  • Title: Lecture: Past Incarnations of the Peoples of Today
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    • Science. For many centuries men have grown accustomed to look at only
    • people, but for all that must be made known today. It is right
    • that they should be made known, because humanity is inwardly yearning
    • to know and face their own being, and make no attempt to see in
    • are embarrassed at the prospect of confronting their own true being.
    • was a very long time before the urge arose within them to come down
    • the date of their own birth on the authority of others. The date of
  • Title: Lecture: Morality and Karma
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    • our own life and if it becomes living substance within us.
    • Lucifer is a power that tempts the human soul by drawing it down
    • power that draws us down into the depths of passion.
    • us at all! The fulfillment of Karma will come of its own accord; our
    • incarnation they must descend right down into the physical organism.
    • cannot cause them much harm by our own errors. Our good qualities can
    • of a favourable effect in his own life at some later period. Do not
    • If we do not go beyond our own interests, if we have no understanding
    • progress; this is a condition for our own progress.
  • Title: Lecture: The Inexpressible Name, Spirits of Space and Time.
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    • applicable to the Ego, which was only known to the initiates, had
    • could only be pronounced by the initiates, or shown to the
    • their own Angel whom they call God! It is nothing else, my dear
    • consequence, human interests have grown narrower, a trait which may
    • Each person has his own egoistic interest. External schematic
    • they need, when human interests have grown wider, when they have
    • in a Graeco-Latin style, even though we write in our own language.
    • own sphere. But then it lays claim on the human being, the state then
    • The soul obtains a pension; without any effort on its own part it
    • take up the divine impulse, the Christ Impulse, through his own
    • accessible to truths which must be known, so that they may rise up
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Being in the Physical Human Being
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    • undergo a change — in our own sight, of course, we
    • perceive a new world which seems to come out of our own being. We
    • are outside our own world, and our inner world, this inner
    • is what we should be able to conceive. When we transcend our own
    • diving down into the etheric and physical body cover with frost,
    • spiritual reality; for what we appear to our own sight, in our
    • words for such significant facts; what we appear to be in our own
    • into ourselves, our own inner being takes on the aspect of
    • being of its own. Upon it the etheric body writes down the signs
    • organism to its own elemental forces, without maltreating it. We
    • should instead be left to its own resources. Spiritual science
    • will was not his own, but that of an Angel, so here on earth we
    • himself some apples. He went to his room and sat down at his desk
    • Franceschi could not influence the events with his own will; he
    • his own being; he belongs to the whole universe, although his
    • When you awoke and dived down into your physical body, you felt
    • sensation may be reached in regard to our own being: that of
  • Title: Lecture: The Coming Experience of Christ
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    • period between the middle of the nineteenth century and our own day,
    • compares it with the outlook which their elders had in their own
    • universal hold, right down to the least educated classes. It is true
    • simplest to the most perfect, and lays down the view that man also
    • inability of science to give man any light upon his own nature.
    • weighed down, half unconsciously, by the feeling of his inherited
    • centuries; it has come to a climax in our own day. Those who are
    • natural science and directs his soul's gaze upon his own
    • conception of man as an earthly being. But in our own day man is
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Knowledge: A Way of Life
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    • This lecture is also known as: Anthroposophy / Spiritual
    • in his own being. Man cannot, therefore, follow this path of
    • something he has discovered out of his own experience, it will
    • already known and proved, with what has been established as
    • knowledge. It has achieved a very great deal on its own ground, and
    • some oilier reason. When this is so, man feeds on what is in his own
    • one with it; we are finding our way to the Gods, and to our own
    • what we experienced there before we came down to earth. It is almost
    • as though we had offered up our own existence, surrendered it in
    • nourishment, driven to feed on our own body.
    • perhaps has need to draw forth something from his own being in
    • the spiritual world and his own super-sensible being, he has to
    • upon ourselves and our own egoity; whereas in spiritual knowledge we
    • we have laid down our physical body and gone through the gate of
    • body; and in forming it we build, from within, our own destiny. For
    • moment when he passes beyond his own spiritual experience between
    • in the knowledge. Everyone will find his own way of doing this.
    • knowledge by jotting down either brief notes or symbolical drawings.
    • but a perfectly conscious and deliberate action. Putting down some
    • Man's own natural feeling for reality will enable him to take hold of
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    • This particular lecture is known by these names:
    • The translator is unknown. It is presented here with the kind
    • Greeks and Romans; that the following centuries down to the
    • the preceding centuries down to the fifteenth century, and our own
    • indifference often shown nowadays. At present we are slow, as a rule,
    • inherent in the organisation of his own body, than was the
    • we are not thrown together by chance with other people. That the path
    • that the latter might also be able to develop his own free life of
    • in the sphere of religion, its own liberty of thinking and scope to
    • terms with our fellow men even though each of them may have his own
    • humanity must acquire by consciously drawing upon their own strength.
    • to contend with our own trust in authority, and that whole theories
    • and more tied down by what authority imposes upon them. And in face
    • conditions demand rules and regulations. But on our own ground we
    • own judgment about it.
    • the spiritual world and the human world. And this is also shown by
    • our own human understanding but also what the spiritual beings are
    • having outgrown the realism attached to the senses. Above all we may
    • which, by his own showing, springs from Theosophy, but he does not
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    • Bibliographic Nr.212, Dornach 1978. It is also known as:
    • understands his own times, can attain higher knowledge.
    • known later as the Ancient Indian civilization. Many people nowadays are
    • every epoch must follow its own appropriate path.
    • worlds. One of the methods followed is known as the path of yoga; I have
    • known as animism.
    • of the whole universe. They had no definite consciousness of their own
    • downstream he, as modern, clever man, feels his legs stepping out in that
    • downstream, as was natural for him to do, he was conscious of the
    • himself guided downstream by something spiritual. That is only an example
    • feeling of his own ‘I’, an intensified feeling of self. He felt
    • back upon himself he perceives at least a portion of his own being. This
    • changed process of breathing in which the soul, as it were, dived down
    • external world. The yogi turned back into his own rhythm. Today man must
    • towards separating thinking from the breath and letting it dive down into
    • down not into the physical qualities of things but into the spiritual
    • sank down, as it were, into his own breathing process; he sank into his
    • own self. This caused him to experience this self as if in memory; he
    • remembered what he had been before he came down to earth. We, on the
    • we perceive colours, so we must perceive our own balance or we should slip
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  • Title: Lecture: The Meaning of Easter: St. Paul and the Christ Impulse
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    • Bibliographic Nr.198, Dornach 1961. It is also known as:
    • these were laid down at a time when traditions of wisdom were still
    • human soul in the several epochs. I have shown you how man has changed
    • Egypto-Chaldean, Greco-Latin epochs, on to our own time. When we look
    • from the depths of his own soul.
    • experience from the depths of their own being before they could behold
    • active strengthening of his own inner life. He had to learn to understand
    • a vision which he must acquire for himself by his own inner
    • the senses. Paul knew from his own super-sensible experience in initiation
    • [4:9 But now, after that ye have knownGal. 4:3,9]
    • and to be ready to contemplate the necessity of mighty changes in our own
    • necessary in our own time? Are we justified in using the words
    • incompatible with the Easter festival. In our own time a book entitled
    • shall never find the realm whence Christ came down to unite Himself with
    • direct his thought in this connection to the world-catastrophe of his own
    • crucified upon the cross of its own materialism. But man must do
    • believe that he had by his own power worked his way up little by little
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    • central domain of Agriculture itself, albeit this of its own accord
    • Fechner to those of her own husband. And so indeed it is. Science may
    • well-known that the pains of certain illnesses are intensified by
    • throughout the “household of Nature,” as we have grown
    • grow thick, even fleshy, as you went downward; the ears would be
    • the plants — works through those forces which come down from
    • this, derived from a somewhat wider horizon, lead of their own accord
    • it is not only working when it shines down upon the Earth; it is also
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    • from our own farm? But it is not so. Although these things may not be
    • which works down into our Earth from the Universe beyond. Nowadays,
    • only contains a certain life — a vegetative nature of its own
    • itself grows inwardly alive and develops its own chemical processes,
    • pours down from the Cosmos and is caught up beneath the surface must
    • downward into the soil. Thus a true mutual interaction will arise
    • down into the soil by the greater or lesser limestone content
    • indications. It will be known, for instance, that there is a very
    • the influence of the most distant cosmic forces down inside the Earth
    • its own mineral masses; it comes under the influence of the
    • dealing with a soil which does not readily or of its own accord carry
    • their forces down into the earthly realm. To recognise these
    • called so on account of its form; as to its yellowness it should
    • seen, down there below within the earthly soil.
    • must say to ourselves: Suppose we pull a plant out of the Earth. Down
    • working upward, so here the earthly nature is working downward.
    • earthly nature downward into the soil, just as in colour we have a
    • earth, works downward, being carried down into the plant with the
    • in which the limestone strongly draws the earthly nature downward
    • leaf-formation down in the region of the root. The leaf and
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    • What is known about
    • table, for example — you will only be conscious of your own
    • nitrogen and carried down into the carbon-nature. (The carbon itself,
    • — in all those plants which are well known in farming as the
    • these leguminosae. We may truly say, down there in the Earth
    • cells. By a kind of inbreathing process it finds its way down there.
    • doubt already known, but we must also recognise the spiritual
    • the air, which in their own way they can carry downward.
    • wants to draw everything to itself. Down there in the ground it
    • nothing for itself. It is like our own sense organs. They too do not
    • plant itself live in the midst of this process? Down there below, the
    • would constantly drag downward, and the silica of itself would
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    • instance, science has corrected itself, and it is well-known that if
    • brought into a dead earth and find it difficult, out of its own vitality,
    • settle down more firmly in the compost; especially the astral.
    • get very good pasture-food, good even as hay when it has been mown down.
    • of its own inherent ethereal and astral forces. Then come the little
    • how man shall get the best kind of nourishment for his own organism.
    • (The two Preparations mentioned in this lecture are now known as Preparations
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    • I even showed how we can imagine the transition from a thrown-up hillock
    • with that which can flow from our own, living conception of the Universe.
    • not give these things of her own accord.
    • We must give it such a consistency that it will retain of its own accord
    • a little of these things is already known. It is well-known that potash-salts
    • to the sunshine. When autumn comes, take it down again and bury it not
    • work down into the soil where your precious little sausages are buried.
    • as in all things, it is simply a question of breaking down prejudice.
    • are almost as beneficial to the whole course of Nature as our own iron
    • and does not deserve the contempt with which we often Look down on it
    • “kills” or damps down the ether-body, and thereby makes
    • unknown. If they were known, people would more readily believe such
    • plant which by its own relationship between potassium and silicic acid
    • Achillea millifolium, — also known as Milfoll.
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    • and they were at a loss. For by that time the plague had grown acute.
    • all that can be known along the lines which we have indicated here.
    • course the Moon permeates them with its own forces. They come to the
    • receives the Sun's rays and throws. them down on to the Earth.
    • force which the Moon rays down into the plant, so that the seeding process
    • of weeds if we let the kind Moon work down upon them — if we do
    • to-day will not believe it; such things were known and mastered once
    • done so. They at least should have known better; they should have known
    • inwardly. They stand inherently, by their own quality — that is
    • remain unpeppered in the neighbourhood. There they will settle down
    • “beginning” of the disease is seen in the well known swellings
    • should normally be going on in the region of the leaves is pressed downward,
    • working down here below. This is the real phenomenon. Certain cosmic
    • forces are sliding too far down. Hence, too, the outward appearance
    • surrounding sphere, to come right down into the Earth. Moreover,
    • own annihilation.
    • environment has an inherent life of its own. With all this life in the
    • as is done to-day, is no real science. The mere jotting-down of isolated
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    • kinds of birds from certain districts. Light must be thrown upon these
    • its boughs and branches. It is the earth, grown up like a hillock; shaped
    • it would grow organised into a single entity. Down there in the soil
    • all my plants. Down there, all the roots coalesce, until they form a
    • is actually bulged out; it has grown outward into the airy regions.
    • And having thus grown outward into the air, it needs more inwardness,
    • Down here, the astrality in air and warmth is expelled, so
    • it has a certain intensity of life. Now the cambium damps down this
    • the other hand, what becomes poorer in ether, down below in the soil.
    • down below, works through the larvae. Thus, if the earth had
    • Thus there arise the well-known
    • till you get down to the skeleton, in the forms of which you may well
    • and warmth. Essentially, in its own proper being, the animal
    • own essence, it is a creature that lives directly in the air and warmth.
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    • may be driven right down into the metabolic and limb system— into
    • for man as you know carries his Ego down on to the Earth; in the animal,
    • of the plant. Let us draw the plant in its entirety (Diagram 19). Down
    • astral principle is added — whereas down here, through intercourse
    • manure not from your own farm animals, but get rid of the animals and
    • these forces in their turn can work right down into the body. The carrot-dung
    • downward from above — the astral radiations which are needed to
    • by long and thin-stalked plants, left simply to their own development
    • — that is to say, long grass, etc., that has grown into hay —
    • takes place in flower and fertilisation — down into the foliage,
    • certain things are known out of old tradition. People do not know why,
    • are already giving of your own accord.
    • down into the animal organism in their comparative simplicity, in their
    • find themselves — all unawares — upon the downward slope,
    • I must not always be compelled — by my own needs or by the needs
    • or beet, that is to say, which by enhanced cultivation have grown bigger
    • own accord towards the fruiting nature, and that has received the proper
    • within the organism — an organisation of its own.
    • own origin and growth.
    • if you let the tomato grow on its own dung, so to speak, it will develop
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    • thine own.” He saw the picture of himself in our
    • descend again into the physical body of its own free will.
    • eternal name was given to the initiate. Of his own free
    • “I” to his own body; but the initiate knows
    • opinion of his own; he preserves the opinion of the
    • attention was drawn down to the physical plane. But
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    • looking back, as it were, into his own self. For when we
    • out of our own being. But on the other hand, we know that
    • own self in order to discover the universe anew within
    • are taking hold of something which is your own self. You
    • take hold of one's own self. We also do it indirectly
    • and down, so as to describe a surface. This surface is
    • universe; but we have not yet reached our own being, for we
    • penetrate into our own being, a process begins which
    • human being who closes himself within his own self, who
    • Sagittarius, shown here (you know that this is the Zodiac
    • accordance with its own laws. When you draw a figure
    • yet come down to the physical world. In the age of Pisces
    • insofar as he has a head; he develops within his own self
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    • of men of our own times.
    • in history whereby the peoples of Europe sought in their own way to come
    • Crusades. Leaving on one side all that is known externally about the founding
    • consciousness of how in their own soul there dwelt, in the words of Paul,
    • outside world, then Man can experience again and again how his own inner
    • being. It becomes objective — it is not merely within his own soul, but
    • spiritual kingdoms and want to bring Man down and lead him into evil, who are
    • over our own soul. But, at the same time, without criticizing the spiritual
    • but also free and possessors of their own impulses.
    • prepared the ground for the karma of our own time.
    • circumstances, passed through the portal of death, were now able to send down
    • and enters the circle of the Twelve. Goethe grasped — in his own
    • pour down as inspiration into the souls of men. It flowed down, and if with
    • upward direction. But this lies in our own choice. In our age of time it is
    • given into Man's own hands. The choice is set before him — and
    • opportunity for something spiritual to come down to them. What a human being
    • spaces of the cosmos may be able to sink down to earth. This ether organism
    • what we receive in this way as our ether body, comes down to us from the wide
    • ether body draws downwards on the paths of light when these paths are guided
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    • he must guide his development of his own accord. The forces which
    • peculiar quality of their own.
    • with our own self.
    • instance, when they are drowning, see before them a weaving, living
    • has a growth of its own, in which one thought always grows out of the
    • which we merely survey our own organisation.
    • Imaginative knowledge leads us to a survey of our own organisation,
    • kind of thinking, which dives down, as it were, into spacelessness
    • nutrition during our earthly existence, we dive down into a
    • and not a drawing down of the spiritual worlds into material
    • be obliged to deny our own existence were we to deny the existence of
    • have to blot out your own self if you were not able to say that the
    • deny our own reality in denying the reality of the object.
    • own reality. That is why forces must also be drawn out of our own
    • to be heavy. Within our own being we must seek supporting forces for
    • discover a higher kind of courage in our own life; when diving down
    • moral forces, the will contained in our character, our own individual
    • It shows this eternal essence in its own element, in the
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    • own inner soul life. These forces that he has developed in his soul
    • its own essence as in a mirror image, takes its own reflections for a
    • first phenomena that appear as reflections of his own being; not only
    • reflection of his own being but be able to extinguish it again. If he
    • reality and not his own imaginings (Einbildung). The spiritual
    • investigator therefore must be able not only to create his own
    • and not as emanations from its own being? Because the human being
    • reflection of one's own being, that which the soul presents as
    • an image of its own being, perceived as a real outer world. From this
    • experience of our own self, of the intensified self of that inner
    • not reach down to this level. We can find in the hidden depths of
    • the comfort of his own self in the being outside himself. If the one
    • is usually nothing other than his own I or ego made into God. With many
    • nothing other than the God imprinted with their own egos. Mystical
    • one's own dear ego, especially into the parts of the ego into
    • that which pleases and benefits one's own soul, that which the
    • order to warm one's own self with what feels good. One thereby
    • comes to a definite knowledge only of one's own self in
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    • bring knowledge of the super-sensible down from spirit heights.
    • down by natural science. On the other hand they think that their
    • own hands, as it were. In the realm of thought, in particular, he
    • a breaking down of life, a partial dying. This is a significant and
    • of partial dying, a breaking down of the head organisation's life
    • functions in man. We discover something that is normally not known
    • damping down of the life of the head. It arises because whilst our
    • himself in such a way that his own will controls the progress he
    • own will what otherwise takes place in us involuntarily.
    • occurred in earthly evolution. With his ability to look down the
    • individual is thrown back on his own personality and his personal
    • natural science have befogged them; they should think about their own
    • down in people's souls nowadays and colouring their whole outlook,
    • to these spiritual worlds is neither a damping down of clear thinking
    • nor a damping down of the will that works in practical life, but is
    • bring down real facts from the super-sensible world to replace mere
    • that he makes those forces his own which motivated Goethe, Schiller
    • philosophy of bolshevism. This connection is known today only to
    • mankind. This kind of factual logic I have shown you is more
    • understands the super-sensible nature of his own ensouled spirit
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    • is made known to us in the course of human evolution, through
    • recognise the duties here mentioned, if he does not, in his own way,
    • downward tendency, those that are harmful forces. At the opening of a
    • somewhat from our own personal concerns and to direct them to the
    • into that which is moving along the downward path in the human
    • an authority which has come down to him through very many channels
    • itself;’ this remains unknown.
    • an external impression comes, it responds to it in its own specific
    • in accordance with their own laws and set down on paper. This goes
    • is affected by this, all that is but personal effort for their own
    • by one of the best known men of the day and which is translated into
    • of the nineteenth century, even down to our own day, have shown
    • But our own thought must move in the right direction; we must know
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • last few years have shown what intense feelings of hatred and antipathy
    • fundamental, for one can then receive from him what his own inner
    • the Indian people. The man of the East has grown together, as it
    • were, with the Earth which is his own soil. However clearly it may
    • roots. In his metabolic nature, the oriental has grown together with
    • promptings of his own true nature, when he is not false to
    • himself, when he realises that self-knowledge is the noblest crown of
    • when he gives free play to his own inherent being. Hence we can
    • his own conception of the world, for it is like the very sun of
    • production of a work of art.” Man's own spiritual nature gives
    • Middle Europe — when he is true to his own being. It is only in
    • not endowed by the elemental world; in his own consciousness
    • oriental races and try to instil into them their own idiosyncrasies,
    • his own free endeavours.
    • his own inner being. The revelation vouchsafed to other
    • deeply into his own being, he will realise that the purpose of his
    • they are also part of his own inner striving. The possibility of full
    • Earth herself, so is the Teuton an interpreter of himself, of his own
    • dominant position in the world he should lend himself to the downfall
    • uplifts the individual people; knowledge of one's own race is sought
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  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Mystery, Novalis, the Seer
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    • This lecture is known under the following titles:
    • And because he looked back through the ages with his own
    • but known Him. Not out of any dim inkling or blind faith, but
    • things, man's task is to build, through his own powers, an
    • was unknown. It is a young and quite recent institution. In
    • own time and even beyond it. And to their intimate pupils
    • worthy existence. The Being known in later times as the
    • your own higher Self, but only provided you have merited this
    • God known to you as the Most High.
    • were able to make the ancient Gods come down among them. And even
  • Title: Lecture: Some Characteristics of To-day
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    • through intercourse with the dead I have known in life and who have
    • unchristian. But if we hold we are making known what the Christ is
    • account cannot completely drown in materialism. We look to the East
    • being made known to-day in another form through our “Threefold
    • the greatest test. This nation was to be shown the Spirit cannot be
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • in 1921. It is also known as:
    • grown accustomed to consider it in the course of the last hundred
    • down to the depths out of which comes the instinctive life, the life
    • spiritual science enables man to come to terms with what I have shown
    • be able to know. I have shown you the path which spiritual science
    • world, he sees first his own life in its progression. He lives
    • first obtain a true insight into what is in fact our own thinking,
    • There I have tried to make known that pure thinking,
    • the thinking with some outer perception. I have shown that this pure
    • is in accordance with its being first lets itself be known when true
    • man can certainly penetrate into his own thinking. Then he
    • lives for the first time within his own thoughts, by means of
    • lives within the super-sensible with his own being, that he plunges
    • broken down where true thinking appears. To the same degree in which
    • understandably from those who, according to well-known hypotheses,
    • down of matter. Thus we learn step by step to ‘see
    • down and the renewal of life. We see the significance of man's entire
    • pure thinking involves a breaking down of matter, and is connected
    • down our ordinary consciousness of the depths of the human organism,
    • pushed into the place where the breaking down process takes place.
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  • Title: Lecture: Buddha and Christ: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • It is also known as: Moses and Christ, or The Coming of Christ.
    • This lecture is also known as:
    • realise that this repetition has its own good purpose in the Earth's
    • our own age.
    • follow our own. And then another great catastrophe will befall the
    • We can therefore say: our own epoch is the epoch of intellectualism;
    • Christ on the physical plane in a physical body. In our own, fifth
    • 14:36 And Saul said, Let us go down after the Philistines by night, and spoil them until the morning light, and let us not leave a man of them. And they said, Do whatsoever seemeth good unto thee. Then said the priest, Let us draw near hither unto God. \
    • 14:37 And Saul asked counsel of God, Shall I go down after the Philistines? wilt thou deliver them into the hand of Israel? But he answered him not that day. \
    • This fact has always been known to Rosicrucian research since the
    • himself to be drawn downwards, and it is an actual fact in occult
    • epoch who is known to you all, namely Gautama Buddha. It is a
    • almost unknown in the West. This is very understandable, for
    • sends down his forces from the higher worlds, from the super-sensible
    • in a beautiful legend written down by John of Damascus in the eighth
    • century and well known throughout Europe in the Middle Ages. It is
    • records, because in their own life of soul they will have actual
    • physical body. In our own epoch and on into the third millennium,
    • century but it is a truth that has at all times been known to many
    • of the Bodhisattva who will become the Maitreya Buddha have shown
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    • for instance, that a lady is in the habit of putting her brooch down
    • repeated jerk for every upward or every downward stroke. You can tell
    • state of affairs if the physical body executes movements on its own
    • performs all manner of movements on its own. Here again —
    • one tries to get a clear notion of one's own movements and gestures.
    • suppress certain actions or movements of your own free will.
    • other's will. But now suppose that I stand quite alone, and in my own
    • distinguishing something that is to be blamed for its own sake from
  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • science with its own precise technique. For this, however, I shall
    • mathematics, is widely known. Now I have not to deal here with
    • known to the majority of people, has to do with space, is the science
    • something objective, independent of his own being. It was this that
    • own being. More correctly: we build our idea (Vorstellung), our
    • time of life when we do not think about our own activities in the way
    • of the nature of space in relation to our own being. Indeed, we
    • We are constantly doing this, though deep down in the unconscious.
    • unconsciously out of our own being and the laws that form us.
    • abstraction from what we learn to know concretely, with our own
    • organism, as the three dimensions linked to our own subjective being.
    • with his own experiences. Our subjective experiences, being
    • certainly attain to this and learn to know as his own construction the
    • own being, of space — of our conception and perception of space
    • spaces and their geometries are widely known to-day. Anyone who has
    • by the introduction of what can be known by super-sensible perception.
    • handed down as cognitive principles still retained. The path to
    • knowledge required by their own age. Thus in the perception of the
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
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    • [The first Goetheanum, burnt down on New Year's
    • spiritual movement of our time had decided to erect its own building,
    • projecting into our building their own prejudgements; they are
    • sufficiently productive to evolve its own style of visual art.
    • very humble and one's own most severe critic. I certainly know that,
    • the damping-down of this instinctive, living, imaginative perception,
    • old styles and reproduce what is no longer known to-day, but was
    • known in this or that period, when this or that style was alive and
    • run down the forehead and over the nose. We proceed, in accordance
    • passive, but by having his own share of physical matter and, in his
    • chest, exposing his own being to the cosmos — that finds
    • must place oneself inside and bring the form out. Lower down one
    • But an animal sets its own nature against what is being formed from
    • is mostly unknown to artists themselves — live only on what is
    • grown upon the soil of Anthroposophy. What the human being does in speech
    • becomes cosmic and creates something of a cosmic nature in its own
    • up his own well-being, on the one hand maintaining his freedom, but
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    • by an unknown translator.
    • Also known as:
    • own ancient time. And he would make it plain that in his time and his
    • glance into his own inner being.
    • Yet even in our own time this word is used as a kind of motto in the
    • has been handed down as tradition from the researches of the ancient
    • eccentric garb and sit down, with his harp-maiden seated in front of
    • idea of the degree of Philistinism into which they have grown; they have
    • and arranges in his mind. Then he looks also into his own inner
    • him, at the one single spot within, where matter is thrown back into
    • afraid to look down into that which is eternal in the human soul, and
    • economic problems can be handled quite on their own account —
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    • by an unknown translator.
    • Also known as:
    • matter is destroyed. Matter is thrown back into nothingness, and we
    • thrown back into nothingness.
    • cannot hold its own in consciousness.
    • Material life, together with all the laws of nature, is thrown back
    • memory-mirror. So that when we let our gaze penetrate deep down below
    • thrown back into chaos, moral impulses can find their way, then we
    • when we behold moral laws working upon matter which has been thrown
    • is a speech toned down for the earth-world, but within us a speech is
    • are separate and distinct, but in our inner selves, when we dive down
    • placed into the world. Hence we find that even with the toned-down
    • us when we perceive. It is the same when we dive down to the inner
    • themselves to him when he thus offers up his own being in full
    • of that part of the world which is going down and will pass away with
    • exist; whatever makes itself known to eye, ear, and so on, will at
    • sinking world, and it will drag man down with it if he is completely
    • sown for the future, a new world dawns within him.
    • on life is entirely absent. There, that which is man is thrown back
    • I have shown you how external matter is thrown back into nothingness,
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    • such men knew quite consciously that their souls had come down
    • something inaccessible to them in their own worlds — worlds
    • the following is known to one who understands the whole sweep of
    • an astonishment to him that he had not previously known of the
    • resolution of the Gods to send the Christ down to the Earth
    • which, if he makes it his own, he can overcome the forces of
    • has come down from those worlds of which the ancient wisdom tells.
    • had remained at that stage, we could never have known anything of
    • down to the Earth, in order that through one of themselves they
    • hitherto unknown to man. We are being taught of deeds performed
    • importance to being able to say they their own teacher had
    • with an Apostle — with one, therefore, who had known the
    • but in the form in which the tradition came down to a later
    • Previously, men had known life — life without death. Now
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    • by an unknown translator.
    • they had grown more dim, and for the medieval scholastic philosophers
    • they had grown abstract. This was the last stage of the old
    • see the Christ in his own being. They did not base themselves on the
    • instead to grasp this Son in his own nature, then we must not
    • soul-problems. He has grown narrow-minded, and for this reason we can
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • Also known as, The Relation of Man to his Folk Soul,
    • by an unknown translator.
    • from mere thought, thus transcending the narrower limits of our own
    • the soul can develop of its own accord will serve to grasp Christ
    • humanity, where their own Karma flows together with the Karma of
    • had settled down as gardeners near the Building. Their eldest child,
    • helping his mother with all kinds of small services. He went to town
    • time. It had fallen down a small slope and capsized in the adjoining
    • illusion. I have often spoken to you about this and shown you how
    • into the river and was drowned. And you will remain by this verdict
    • [to] you something connected with my own experience. When one has to
    • physical forces are ever dispersed is a fact well known to
    • which must take place in [the] future. People try to tread down
    • little they are able to do through their own forces and that they
    • make a philosophy out of their own absolute lack of faith in man, and
    • world-conception of a poet in a poet's words, but his own
    • world-conception, resulting from his own observation of the world.
    • heavy feelings. I have shown you what spiritual science may become if
    • soon send down their influences from the spiritual worlds, when peace
    • To-day I have shown you the
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    • by an unknown translator.
    • in their own way the course of the stars, but on the other hand, it
    • seven Greek sages, etc., which have been handed down to us
    • really been handed down traditionally from the primeval wisdom of the
    • handed down traditionally. I have often told you the story of
    • which was contained in the books of Aristotle was handed down
    • now have to believe what he saw with his own eyes. But his friend
    • said: “Indeed, this appears to be true; I can see with my own
    • were to continue only in accordance with its own form, it would not
    • be able to produce moral impulses out of its own nature. A new
    • more than ever materialistic. This should be known to-day. We cannot
    • this talk of the higher hierarchies which must first be known? What
    • strongly to his own judgment. This is strictly necessary. For
    • find by treading your own path; no one can show you this path because
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    • in October and November of 1919. This lecture is also known as:
    • translator is unknown.
    • forces that make for its downfall. Recognising these forces
    • are present in it three main downward forces — three
    • beyond our own immediate civilisation—beyond what has
    • taken place in our own times merely, or during the last three
    • realise, that what lived within their own souls was part of
    • whole wide universe, and had their own function within this
    • himself, in his own deepest nature, akin to the sun and moon
    • That is one thing that is bringing about the downfall of our
    • element leading to the downfall of our civilisation is that
    • itself to downfall.
    • Even otherwise quite intelligent people have been known to
    • for all admit to ourselves that our civilisation has grown
    • something that is entered in the Church Register, or the Town
    • also the owner of assessed property, duly entered in the Land
    • separation of the town from the country — the real,
    • ... well, I don't quite know of what — living its own
    • life in its own way — or something of that sort. Now, I
    • dear friends, the Europeans have known how to express the
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    • recently pursued have shown that all true Art eventually
    • less consciously in spiritual worlds, true Art carries down
    • any rate was known to that time. They knew that man, to reach
    • through his own re-birth. This above all was fully and
    • observed that it was my own face which I had seen by the
    • that it was his own. We see that even with respect to this
    • to me than my own special type.’ He had formed an idea
    • related to our own outer body — the physical human
    • his own being. He must go through himself. This was always
    • known to those who experienced anything of Initiation. Thus
    • it was known to Brunetto Latini, teacher and friend of Dante.
    • himself. He dives down into his own being, and the sequence
    • forces of the soul. Diving down into himself, man does indeed
    • — the forces of his soul. This recognition of his own
    • when he saw his own form, which was distasteful to him. We do
    • something that is at work in the totality of our own being
    • deeper down than the soul-forces.
    • into the deeper regions of your own self. Then you behold the
    • your own eyes, for instance, or your ears — filling
    • its own way of seeking the spiritual world. Already in the
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  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • hence he is left more to his own inner development. And if
    • should not be entirely cosmic, but cosmic toned down by the
    • of being toned down by the earthly element: and this from
    • down by the Cosmos and what we are as cosmic beings toned
    • down by the earthly — there is the trunk-man. What is
    • who causes the cosmic to swing down continually towards the
    • the form which, partly toned down by the earthly, can be
    • determined to get down to fundamentals. This will not be
    • must rescue himself through his own will-forces; out of this
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    • own Christmas Festival is drawing near. We will think briefly
    • winter; their own souls could respond to an echo of the mood
    • withdraws into his own inner world in order to become aware
    • deep down into their own inmost being. When November came
    • were, liberated from his own selfhood.
    • the feeling of sinking down into the outer physical darkness,
    • the deep, persistent feeling that in sinking down into the
    • down into the physical world and tread the path upwards into
    • when they take their own places in the macrocosm? Certainly,
    • encountered here or there. From my own personal experience on
    • the old man whom Karl Julius Schröer had known, who
    • shown the manger — an imitation of the stable with the
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    • Gautama Buddha. Up to his twenty-ninth year he had known only the
    • former earthly lives. The legend is well-known and we need only
    • a different being to-day. The Fall was due to man's own sin, even
    • to overcome sorrow, sickness and death by my own efforts.” The
    • spiritual heights because the world has urged him downwards;
    • lies in his own innermost being. In the Christian sense, redemption
    • the past, and indeed in our own days, when men have looked for a
    • from all narrowness and prejudice, he closely studied the outer
    • expressed in his own words: “Life is full of perplexity. I try
    • to his own weakness and speak of “boundaries of
    • the world can be known in its truth, yet I can evolve to it.”
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    • and so forth, but the regulations laid down in regard to these things
    • Spirit right down into its material workings. Spiritual
    • lay down guiding lines for the life of humanity in the sphere of
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    • twelfth has grown a little indistinct, but it, too, is still present.
    • activity. Now the man of to-day, having grown prosaic in his ordinary
    • sounds, we press what is living in our soul down into the body; and
    • longer feels the sound proceeding from his own larynx, but he feels
    • friends, when man down here on earth takes back his speech (which is
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    • in its own way, to the Initiation Science outlined in my book
    • evolution was not by any means the same as in the epoch crowned by
    • the Mystery of Golgotha. Again there is a difference in our own
    • experienced his own being in a kind of waking dream. He knew himself
    • Initiation Science speak to man: “Gazing into thine own being,
    • they sensed their own existence) with death. “How do I live in
    • living for some centuries is as yet little known or felt, albeit it
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    • Lectures on Spiritual Essence series. This lecture is also known as:
    • Lectures on Spiritual Essence series. This lecture is also known as:
    • him, go downstairs after their sectarian meeting and enter an
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    • great store of wisdom has in fact disappeared, and it is known today
    • revelation, made known through the Mystery of Golgotha; in the
    • understanding that came from humanity itself and its own forces. This
    • the right way. We can cast our glance over the earth that was known
    • known to many people. The Christ lived as the inspiration of many
    • it is infinitely important for an understanding of our own age to
    • realize how all of this, in turn, influences our own time, inasmuch
    • was entirely unknown at that time. It entered human hearts only
    • shown as a child, whereas the deep- natured mystics looked for the
    • Christ by trying to guide their own souls to an inner
    • In fact, mysticism also continues to live. And today, in our own
    • this tree was handed down from generation to generation and became,
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    • well-known spiritualistic aberrations. These aberrations are in reality
    • own soul-and-spirit. He is well aware of how it works, for he is aware
    • experiences which every man can have in his own nature, and from
    • for a moment what it is like when you touch your own left hand with your
    • its own relations to space, just as a shadow-picture
    • grown beyond the position in which it was when you were 12 years
    • old, you would have grown out of your Thinking. But that
    • extension upward and downward. Thinking is one-dimensional. It takes
    • out the third dimension and come down to the two dimensions, we only
    • things which are extended in three-dimensional space (our own
    • objects whose shadows are thrown upon the screen. And when we pass
    • own. The soul itself, as it conceives itself, plays with the
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    • course, well known that geology draws the content of its knowledge from
    • mineral character. And it is perhaps also known that some of the most
    • it is an interesting and generally known fact that the upper layers —
    • cosmic space, the earth had cooled down sufficiently to make
    • certain degree of cooling down had already taken place (for geology
    • down to the very lowest depths of the earth. No newer layer, no
    • myself as I am looking down from this bare summit and hardly able to
    • itself through cooling down, that this process of cooling continued
    • down, while the interior remained in a state of fiery fluid, and that
    • know of this rock-material. Composed in a mysterious way of known
    • cannot lead us any further, we quite simply set down what spiritual
    • must admit, therefore; that drawing from its own sources,
    • it cannot descend? Down in the depths, through the fire-process,
    • described as similar to our own internal-functioning, little known to
    • all day in our own body when through work, through mental effort, we
    • sent down in advance all that it needed of mass-substance
    • will unfold further on the foundation thus laid down.
    • our time, and which a well-known contemporary geologist has called
    • shown that the face of the earth has emerged as the result of such
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    • the lecturer, by an unknown translator, and first published in
    • can certainly take for granted that thought has its own place within each
    • past works down into the present, and out of the past springs up
    • to that which can be traced back to the past in your own being also.
    • radius, etc., etc. Out of our own inner being we bring everything
    • is contained in our own inner being there is a certain
    • are contained in our own inner being. But that they are in
    • potential qualities inherent in the outer world and our own
    • the laws of number from our own inner being, and these laws are in
    • dream. We have to introduce logic into life by our own individual
    • of their own accord as is the case in ordinary life. When we
    • living, and make it into a conscious life of our own, then we are
    • the wherefore of the course of our own life.
    • actually carries something away. A hole is bored in our own
    • hunger with what rises up, out of our own organism.
    • and into these cavities we insert our own substance. Of these
    • not said: Christ allows His Blood to stream down from above, but:
    • Elias is there, it is he who allows his blood to stream down, and man
    • up together, as I have shown quite clearly in my little book:
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    • which extend far beyond the narrowest circle of our own personal
    • of own section but also many friends of our movement, who come to the
    • arguments, but that from its own life fresh vigour can be drawn for
    • our possessing a house of our own for the requirements of the
    • that current of theosophical life we call our own, we do not make
    • from the middle of the twelfth century down to the present day. And
    • it can be known externally, does not possess. And why? The people in
    • exist in the East because nothing is known of such. So we see that in
    • own. Hence we may say that we have for once imposed upon our occult
    • his own peculiar nature.
    • was only usurped, when a complete contradiction is found in her own
    • place in the market of a town in Central Germany. One man said that
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    • all, why do we set value on following up an age so far behind our own
    • mentioned with great respect. This school was well known for the
    • to learn to know the ego in its own world must represent to himself a
    • can be perceived by the senses, you must even think away your own
    • our own world. Neither of these feelings is much cultivated by people
    • of this condition. It is naturally only known to those who in course
    • world directly through his own impressions. This is what we call the
    • to say — we swim ‘up’ or ‘down,’
    • Thrones sacrificed their own being to the Cherubim. That is the last
    • Spirits of Personality, known to us as Archai in the hierarchy of
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    • early condition of our evolution before our own Earth came into
    • understanding ever does so against his own will. A sacrifice offered
    • have my own opinion. But what he ought to say is: This only comes
    • of these being his own opinions, and those who attach most value to
    • their own opinions are not in the least aware that they are being led
    • with their own being. And what is presented to the external
    • Wisdom allow to flow forth from their own being. But now
    • understand how we obtain from our own soul-life a still more accurate
    • obtain a correct conception of this if here too we use our own
    • forth their own being; and receiving back their radiating being which
    • then do they receive back! Their own being surrendered by them became
    • to them; their own being meets them coming back from outside. They
    • see their own inner being outspread in the Cosmos — and
    • reflected back as light, as the reflection of their own
    • their own being, and, in addition to these, the Spirits of Wisdom,
    • Sun again in what we find on our own earth.
    • a spirit were to come down to the Earth from Mars, while he would not
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    • had to glance into our own soul-life to describe the spiritual
    • their own being. This is to be found in every breath of wind, in all
    • learning above all to suppress his own wishes and desires. For
    • who, remaining behind in the stages of their own evolution,
    • driving him constantly down from a certain height into lower parts of
    • the space of ancient Sun; not merely the sacrificial smoke thrown
    • is thrown inwards by volumes of sacrifice and that which was outside
    • that they had grown beyond the conditions of Time. These Cherubim
    • their own inner substance; what they themselves had done would have
    • their own substance from the uninterrupted evolution of the Cherubim,
    • be any free beings, capable of acting from their own initiative. In
    • to be made by Abraham who was ready to offer his own son to God, and
    • man alone understands who has made it his own, who in every
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    • revealing little of the fact that the spiritual in its own
    • our own soul-life — concerning such phenomena we have
    • this if we look into our own souls as we did in the last lecture,
    • sacrifice by referring to our own Soul-life, when we tried to
    • is known to the outer world, but they are only metaphoric and
    • it in others: — I refer to what is known as
    • certain conditions in our own Soul, if we wish to feel, to sense the
    • sacrifice its own will, passes in a certain sense, into the being of
    • Beings devoted to themselves, to their own Ego-nature, would in a
    • fluidic movement of our own thought; yet this expression may serve,
    • noble character in whom dwells what is generated by their own natures
    • it becomes what is known to man hardly yet as ‘thoughts’
    • those who enter our own movement of Spiritual Science. In external
    • Soul, drowning, silencing the longing for ideas while he yearned for
    • continuity! Myriads of ages, each having its own life, and to each a
    • took his own life 100 years ago, shooting first his friend, Henriette
    • satisfy what was yearned for in the age preceding our own, when men
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    • acquainted by looking into our own souls, and which we can only fully
    • comprehend by means of our own souls. Now if we are really to
    • in experience in his own soul, as to how he was brought to any
    • ‘wonder’ to which a man at first as far as his own
    • by any of the phenomena known to man, that the Christ incarnated in
    • own property intellectually and as he believes that he cannot have
    • being rejected and thrown back, and we learnt to recognise in the
    • own souls as longing, a legacy from the bygone events on ancient Moon
    • part of my own being would be living in those exalted ones; but now
    • with in the planet outside if the Sun had thrown it back: an
    • within the Beings to whom it was thrown back lapses into death, for
    • finger-nail is a member of our own, and although a mineral may appear
    • Christ Himself belongs to the higher worlds and came down to the
    • field without having been sown there I Indeed we might go yet
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    • events now taking place are the opposite of our own intentions,
    • condition he was in at the time by flinging down before the
    • the world peculiar people known as ‘historians’
    • its justification in its own day, when it brought about many
    • own resources, and look back to the old priestly element as
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 2: Humanity's Struggle for Morality
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    • or we may also say scientific, development has shown an
    • an amoral character and has in many respects become downright
    • its own element in the physical body; the astral body also
    • created its own element in the physical body, and so did the
    • are asleep we look down on a body that has become mercurial
    • be known if we are to escape from the chaos that has arisen
    • life. Johann Valentin Andreae looked deep down to find nature
    • conclude such development as comes of its own accord and is
    • rules humanity. If we go on like this, humanity will go down
    • determined by what comes of its own accord. Education usually
    • ‘His own man’, he committed himself for life
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    • to be incredible, warped and downright foolish.
    • own.
    • silence demanded of anyone to whom they were made known, must
    • believe they have long since outgrown the illusions and
    • the world and of life have constructed their own ideal of the
    • In more down-to-earth contexts their illusions would
    • special mechanism kept it going of its own accord. One merely
    • came down to.
    • of these lectures. They need to be made known out of a
    • a well-known literary historian as saying that Hermann Bahr
    • one in the case of this renowned and widely-read literary
    • to the truths which must now be made known, the whole
    • even if it is only the one immediately next to our own, the
    • which have to be known at the present time for the salvation
    • is now necessary to make things generally known, it happens
    • created their own excitements. This has now become difficult.
    • be to say that Luther was shown to have contradicted himself
    • would be necessary if he were to be shown certificates of
    • Christian baptism for Hermann Bahr's ancestors down to the
    • made these two rules known in all the places where I have
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    • going to be prepared to accept these truths out of their own
    • it is, people have grown tense and fearful in recent times,
    • be made known to human beings under certain conditions. They
    • in the Egyptian Mysteries was known as ‘iron
    • looking at a world that is immediately next to our own, a
    • world that day by day, hour by hour, has to do with our own
    • If this had been made known to people outside the Mysteries
    • drives, with their passions, had known that destructive
    • initiative on their own in this field — they are
    • Atlantean civilization had to be guided towards its own
    • destruction. Our own civilization was saved and brought
    • the civilization of our own and future ages has to be such
    • it is subject to gravity, people say. It goes down, but once
    • downward movement has given it a certain inertia, which it
    • uses to move to the other side. It then goes down again. It
    • downward movement gives it sufficient energy to swing to the
    • something grown in their own garden. People in their twenties
    • have their own point of view, they do not need to be
    • revealed to them, they have their own point of view. And
    • eagerly fought for his own truth. Each of them believes that
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    • themselves known to them through the colours.
    • Lemurian age, Atlantean age, our own post-Atlantean age and
    • developed. This is something known not only in anthroposophy
    • earth. They are on the downward curve of evolution and have
    • humanity was on the downward curve of evolution. It was a
    • really are no longer in this world to take care of our own
    • to take care of our own organization. This organization
    • downward curve of evolution, to incarnate in order to learn
    • their own inner being. They do not become aware of their
    • own between the inner life and the physical body were to
    • said then which relate to developments in our own age. They
    • their own destinies. No impulses come to them from
    • make our own.
    • the basis of physical relationships and it was known that if
    • us into chaos over and over again. All this must be known,
    • and it can only be known through anthroposophy. Those
    • different people shown to be what they are in the light of
    • down inside, and outwardly one will get a totally different
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    • or lying down — not only in the world of air and light
    • the right idea of how your own thoughts relate to the
    • with the senses when in waking consciousness. Our own
    • switch off your own thinking and always get up like a
    • into it, but it is not your own thought. The form of movement
    • come down through Saturn, Sun and Moon evolution. Humans
    • come into effect which has come down as Moon existence
    • hierarchies, from the Spirits of Form downwards. The right
    • everything shown here as ‘b’ has been created by
    • head, which is their own, having come from earlier evolution,
    • consider that this was known to the leaders of the ancient
    • to the way in which our own thoughts associate with our own
    • not yet cut off from that surrounding world, and their own
    • a well-known historical figure, had a friend called
    • are different in the world of the spirit, down to the last
    • no longer made known, which is, of course, the reason why
    • your own inner mind for a few days. You will then be better
    • as I have shown in these days. But deep inside is the true
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 7: Working from Spiritual Reality
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    • quality of his true nature, quite independent of our own
    • when the secrets of alchemy were known, which was during the
    • truths have to become known which are not welcome truths. Yet
    • have to become known.
    • think of a well-known and reasonably important person and
    • one of his best-known teachers was headmaster Herman Grimm.
    • rather than develop their own understanding. This happens a
    • make our own. There is need for this in both the great and
    • Teachers in training are weighed down today with all kinds of
    • enthusiasm, for, having his own concepts, he dislikes those
    • merely swing up in one direction but also go down and in the
    • prepared to put up with reality if it fits in with their own
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    • how horrific this is, for they do not feel it on their own.
    • one of the few who have shown an interest in my writings and
    • wrong conclusions were drawn must be thrown overboard and we
    • in Russian life, which is little known to us, we find
    • own ideal system — calling it by different names, such
    • gentlemen decided not to present their own brilliant ideas
    • really shown itself in a very pretty light in Mrs Besant, the
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 9: The Battle between Michael and 'The Dragon'
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    • always call on an image which humanity has known throughout
    • ahrimanic spirits, are driven down into the human realms,
    • spirit, from the heavens, down to earth.
    • century and of our own time are not inclined to pay attention
    • is therefore one which was cast down into the human realms;
    • crowd of ahrimanic spirits were also cast down from the
    • crowds of ahrimanic spirits being cast down from heaven to
    • let go of it will still sneak down to that earth and find
    • the earth, of their own will. It is important, therefore, to
    • is cast down from heaven to earth. On earth, then, the cycle
    • was cast down. We might say: The dawn, the very beginning of
    • hypothetically, Soloviev were alive today and had known this
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 10: The Influence of the Backward Angels
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    • immediately above our own. This was a metamorphosis of the
    • is the ahrimanic powers, were cast down into the human
    • 1841 and 1879 were cast down into the human realm in 1879.
    • be reckoned with. What good is it to get bogged down in
    • pursue certain aims which were in their own interests and to
    • would ever fail to make new literary works widely known? You
    • epochmaking literary works would remain unknown? Surely we
    • radical importance than all the well-known authors taken
    • called the devil then, and it was shown how the devil
    • powers have come down to earth, we must live with them; they
    • which should really be shown in a clear light.
    • their own time, if they had not had a ‘science’, as it were,
    • shown in diagrammatic form; this is what we have
    • to come, people will be able to look down on the ideas of
    • down on the Roman priests conducting their sacrifices.
    • and look down on the old myths and tales. ‘Humanity was
    • science unless it is preceded by myth; it has grown out of
    • root down below. People who talk of modern science as an
    • with modern science has grown from myth; myth is its root.
    • the other worlds and they howl with hell's own derision when
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    • different spheres of life. Speaking of processes deep down in
    • down into the hidden depths of human nature. And then the
    • course shown by the red line here (see Fig.
    • conscious attention; they would far rather it stayed down
    • symbolistic presentation of the life of the crystals down in
    • arrived at such an idea on the basis of their own scientific
    • only grow strong if it is inwardly made one's own. It does
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 12: The Spirits of Light and the Spirits of Darkness
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    • darkness were cast out of the spiritual realm and down into
    • in the autumn of 1879 and cast down as dark spirits into the
    • darkness were cast down from heaven to earth in 1879. This
    • as the spirits of darkness which had been cast down from the
    • forebears. They were weighed down with earthly qualities
    • spirits of darkness which had been cast down from heaven to
    • into our own time. For from the nineteenth century onwards,
    • have only been cast down from heaven to earth because of the
    • to those down on earth, were still in the spiritual world.
    • gradually dying down as the powers of their brothers begin to
    • downward curve of development. In the same way the whole of
    • humanity has entered into a downward trend of development. We
    • come from the earth but have been brought down from the
    • lead downwards. These are coming. You need to know how to be
    • elements which follow the upward trend. The downward trend
    • comes of its own accord.
    • feeling for life on the upward and life on the downward
    • from the downward trend, saying, ‘I will have nothing
    • becoming more inward, as I have shown. Goetheanism can have a
    • which is dying down — everything you can discover about
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    • impulses were cast down from the spiritual realm into the
    • in a downward direction and gradually caused materialistic
    • souls and bring in their own impulses. If the spirits of
    • experience of the spirit, from coming down into human souls;
    • down here among human beings from the autumn of 1879. They
    • stream down to earth after the victory of the spirits of
    • to my own inclination and put philosophy and poetry aside,
    • sown before 1879 have not come to fruition, and in connection
    • So that one day achievement be the crown.
    • Yet make it known to all the world
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    • own again — exactly at that time? Because at the time
    • own. Events like these must be seen in conjunction with
    • that those cast-down Angels will be in charge and will give
    • from the cast-down Angels, will come from America.
    • who were cast down in 1879, seek to exert an influence
    • they have grown even younger and are only capable of
    • darkness which had been cast down from the spiritual world
    • of majority down even further, into the 20s or even earlier
    • saying has so far been known instinctively and atavistically
    • that used to be known instinctively and were also instilled
    • reality, and the spirits of darkness have it all their own
    • their own hands.
    • its own way. It is possible to be utterly logical and at the
    • world. People who came down from the world of the sprit in
    • still above, and then after they had come down, they sought
    • discipline known as ‘history’ today. They will
    • words: ‘History has shown.’ Look at the things
    • will see the phrase ‘history has shown this,’
    • of human evolution can only be known on the basis of its
    • was the time when the Angels were cast down from heaven, but
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    • too base to be able to ascent through my own power into those regions
    • down to intellectuality. When we again find the spirituality in
    • filtered down into pure thinking — and how, from there, one can
    • grasped spirit of his own being, man must understand, with inner
    • take this all the way down into the molecule; and then we imagine a
    • natural-scientific public sank down from the dream into blessed
    • themselves vegetarian when fully grown. They eat no meat, not even
    • you will then think more humbly about your own intelligence, for
  • Title: Lecture: Man's Fall and Redemption
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    • interpretation of how man was cast down into sin; this was felt in
    • they are known to-day.
    • I have shown repeatedly that these arguments are not of much value.
    • look into our own selves it appears to us as something living, for it
    • notes are jotted down in pencil in a note-book and the last
    • by his own forelock. What is the meaning of the expression “the
    • thoughts contained in modern scientific literature. Enough is known
    • hand thinking has been fettered, because darkness has been thrown over
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    • shall mention only this well-known and very significant passage in
    • speaks in a parable of the seed that is sown and undergoes different
    • the processes of his own waking and going to sleep with the budding
    • and glory of outer physical Nature. And it was also known that the
    • the most divine forces of his own soul; it was the festival of the
    • forces of the Heavens, come down to the Earth in the spring. This
    • again in a certain way in our own thinking, feeling and impulses of
    • work down from the planets; and because the planets describe certain
    • come when it will be known, for example, how Venus moves, and what species
    • had meaning for ancient clairvoyant consciousness have been handed down
    • handed down by tradition, because the latter are no longer suitable for
    • or a European, the fact well known in occult life is that the Mystery
    • its own experiences the connection with the great cosmic
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    • think of taking into his own spirit — as spiritual content —
    • had shown themselves in such a grandiose way to the searching
    • human spirit being — as we have shown in the lecture about the
    • to everything that comes down from the sun and forms itself as it
    • is for us something like our own physical body, which can be seen
    • the earth rests in its own ego, closed off within itself, retaining
    • streaming down from the sun to the earth. This spiritual world would
    • stream from the sun down to the earth, unfolding their spiritual
    • animals, are meat eaters! But it was not known quite what to do with
    • Venus fly-trap, it can be thrown together with the human or animal
    • earth's world of sensations and feelings — was shown
    • with my own eyes!”
    • expression only in the manifold plant being as in his own special
    • Up and down I wave,
    • Its own being's deepest ground!
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    • radically it differs from all that our own time, for example,
    • his own house, to a friend, Fortine, who lived at a
    • instance. Within the Mysteries, however, in their own circle,
    • credulous and 'stupid' populace, what was well known to the
    • were known. Only, as forming part of physical science, they
    • (What I now refer to concerns every human being, down to the
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    • — not as concerns his own individual, personal Karma,
    • naturally enough, is thrown into no little disorder by Easter
    • the impulses laid down in a given year have less incisive
    • (unless they fall within the narrow circle of his own selfish
    • which are contained deep down within the womb of its
    • the content which it expresses — brought down from
    • own inner nature, and moreover, out of a comparatively lower
    • I have shown for many years past and along many different
    • according to their own nature, as pure phenomena; he wanted
    • would voice their own secrets. He wanted a Natural Research
    • being of the soul, that which shall be made known by human
    • he unfolds the will, down to the very centre of his being, to
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    • the same cosmic stream which flows down to us from the cosmos
    • kinship of the Light and of that which the Light carries down
    • peoples who possessed Star-Mysteries; their own Mysteries
    • shame, These are Carus' own words, not mine. The humanity of
    • twofold nature; and this was well known to those Wise Men of
    • generally known as Science nowadays, concerns itself with
    • birth; that which is generally known as Religion, concerns
    • down by the whole macrocosm.
    • Ancient Wisdom had been handed down, were destroyed. People
    • clarity has grown befogged by all manner of feelings which
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    • which I took the liberty to give you, will have shown you that
    • sleeping condition. Consciousness arises when we dive down into
    • diving down into the physical body, we make use of the senses
    • dive down into our etheric or life body; that is to say, into our
    • ordinarily dive down into the physical world only when we awake,
    • People have grown
    • environing world appears simultaneously with our own self, so in
    • nourishment we therefore build up our own body out of mineral
    • obtain what is known as comparative anatomy, comparative
    • Beings, that can be recognized in their own appropriate way, as
    • right angles, so to speak, with the animal's spine, with his own
    • itself intuitively (I have shown this in my
    • scientifically-minded men, have grown accustomed to consider as
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    • looked into his own soul, into his own being, he thought that the
    • conceptions are nothing but remnants handed down to us from
    • — indeed, man's own physical development — all this,
    • upon which natural science has thrown so much light, is, to begin
    • contradictions between his own being and what a modern
    • that does not as yet possess its own bodily position in the
    • world, to that of a being that conquers its own bodily position;
    • and direction in the world, so that we do not look down to the
    • whether or not his thoughts were his own creation or whether
    • to connect his own super-sensible essence with the super-sensible
    • — this the pupil of the oriental sage poured into his own
    • form of thinking that only lived within his own being, for the
    • universe. Everything that has been handed down to us in the form
    • between his own super-sensible element and the super-sensible in
    • contained in his own being but surging through the world, who
    • never have attained a freedom that grows conscious of its own
    • handed down to them; nevertheless, they feel instinctively: All
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    • The Spiritual Human Being. The translator is unknown.
    • The translator is unknown.
    • own nature. It must be said that at all times people sought to
    • mysteries of the world's evolution are connected with man's own
    • personally well known to me, is the following: He describes a
    • essential facts are known to the great majority of those who are
    • poisoning, really had some unknown inner defect, so that sudden
    • instance, be thrown by his horse. All precautions will be
    • acquainted with the phenomenon known as “second
    • well-known and usual one; namely, that one simply takes for
    • thinking to such an extent that it can live within its own
    • own soul. In the same way we know through imaginative thinking
    • implies that we dive down into our body.
    • shows us what it means to dive down into the physical organism
    • feelers of the soul. We then live completely within our own
    • any other person in this room, but the truth must be shown, and
    • foundation. It must be shown that an anthroposophist above all
    • as if of its own accord. Let us honestly admit that during our
    • investigator must apply the impulses of the will to his own
    • development, to his own life. He should be able to pursue the
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  • Title: Lecture: East and West in the Light of the Christmas Idea
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    • Christmas and Christ. The translator is unknown.
    • external physical objects. The world has grown empty, it has lost
    • stars, they tell us in their language that reality is poured down
    • upon the earth, but it came down to the earth from heavenly
    • streamed down to the earth in the shining light, came down to
    • human being filled by that which came down to man! The whole way
    • which once shone down from the stars and was permeated by the
    • intimate connection between one's own inner being and the inner
    • Instead, there rises up something which comes from man's own
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    • also known as: The Widening of Man's Perception.
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    • Bibliographic Nr. 220, Dornach 1978. This lecture is also known as:
    • The translator is unknown.
    • transmit us a knowledge of our own inner being, have to be sought
    • weakened down to feelings.
    • cannot perceive it, for it is dulled down to a life feeling, an
    • If we take a pen and write down something, this is contained in
    • ordinary life of thought drowns in light
    • above, streaming down from the sun's zenith, and of the gold
    • himself, his own reality, but only his lifeless part. A true
    • accordance with its terminology, so that terminologies are thrown
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • preserving our own independent existence after death calls for
    • his ordinary consciousness any conception of his own self. He
    • cannot look into his own self. It is, of course, an illusion to
    • a certain sense make it our own. But insofar as it stands before
    • death, man lives in a real world unknown to him, one which cannot
    • course, everything which man saw in his own way as the world's
    • own accord.
    • carry our own being through the portal of death. By envisaging
    • in a form accessible to man, which enabled him to grasp his own
    • the end of the world, which were handed down as far as our own
    • before us as a semblance together with the experience of our own
    • him his own being and without penetrating into a free realm in
    • world and the final judgment, which do not deprive man of his own
    • outside faces us as an illusion for the sake of our own freedom
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    • must discover the world's living essence through his own power,
    • his own life; he himself must become alive. History cannot be
    • are known to ordinary history, for in order to grasp these things
    • that everywhere men had come down to the earth from a prenatal,
    • a divine element had come down with him to the earth. In reality,
    • a human being, enfold the God who came down to the earth. This is
    • who came down to the earth. For the divine element was manifold.
    • the last gods of the godly hierarchy reaching down to the earth
    • from God the Father. In his own intellect he felt the influence
    • his own self.
    • Anthroposophy to rediscover man's connection with his own self
    • essence. I can only draw it down upon a lower level, as it were.
    • ingredients of the earth, and the cosmos sent down to the earth
    • inner lifelessness. Out of his soul's own strength he must gain
    • to him of the spirit. Through his own forces modern man must
    • animate his concepts, which have grown cold and lifeless: then he
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    • Nr. 211, Dornach 1978. This lecture is also known as: Anthroposophy,
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    • Bibliographic Nr.211, Dornach 1978. This lecture is also known as:
    • Permeated by Christ. The translator is unknown.
    • because we fill our own spirit with the life of Nature, and we
    • definite aims, which undoubtedly appear as part of their own
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    • lecture is also known as, The Christmas Thought and the Mystery
    • This lecture is also known as,
    • was first shown just at Christmas time, how the Cosmic Word sounded
    • and it was then shown how man was, as it were, embodied in the Old
    • tree — as was shown in many different ways — came by some
    • about that (as was shown at certain times) when Adam, the man of sin,
    • earth existence other than the one laid down by the original Divine
    • remains connected with those forces which we call our own in the
    • underlying thought of considering the world from his own point of
    • in which we can find that consciousness in which our own ego flows in
    • known in the Mystery of Christmas, which men will gradually learn to
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Thought and the Secret of the Ego
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    • This lecture is also known as,
    • of the temptation of Adam, and Eve was presented, and then it was shown
    • Mystery of Golgotha. What Christ brought out of heavenly heights down
    • Therefore resignation, seeing one's own way, is all there
    • Only then would it be known that something else must be an integral
    • is opened on which we can find the consciousness in which our own
  • Title: Lecture: Zarathustra
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    • the Earth which later on was known as the Persian Empire, Zarathustra
    • ancient Indian thought. These Indian teachings have come down to us
    • penetrate deeply into our own souls, to immerse ourselves, as it
    • Zarathustra handed down to his disciples the secret of how
    • means of inner contemplation, in your own soul life.” On the
    • partly animal, was known by the name of Dionysus. The other element,
    • grown immeasurably great and the highest human forces are Ahura
    • is symbolically represented as the serpent biting its own tail; into
    • commands. These subservient powers, each having their own special
    • disciples appears again, materialised, in our own age. People may
    • remarkable connection between the tendencies of our own time and the
    • great deal of ancient Persian thought in our own spiritual life, yet
    • own course in the world and nothing can arrest the progress of the
    • progress of culture in Asia Minor, down to later times among the
    • conduct of life laid down by Zarathustra leads man above all minor
    • the inner light of Brahma, he meets with his own passions, his wild
    • innermost core of your own soul; descend into the realm of the Devas,
  • Title: Lecture: Hermes
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    • Also known as,
    • Also known as,
    • civilisation and his own aims and purposes. It is not without
    • Science up to that time and his own contributions to knowledge, in
    • children. All you know is the outcome of your own contemplation and
    • The marvellous pictures that have come down to
    • according to their own nature, temperament and race. These
    • relatively late times. The later Egyptians — down to the last
    • Egyptians he was known as Thoth).
    • Such beliefs as have been handed down to us
    • legends of this world of Gods have come down to us and there is
    • from a more spiritual existence. When I look into my own soul I
    • this was the duality. Let us consider our own being, as we now exist.
    • on Earth; for everything here was known to be of the world of space
    • positions of the Heavenly Bodies, images of their own super-sensible
    • within their own souls. Thus the great cosmic clock, with the
    • higher world, feelings which had been handed down to the Egyptians by
    • to reach the Higher Self, was known by the name of Horus, the
    • Egypt: Man must descend into his own innermost being; there he first
    • his own nature, were practically the same as occur at death but they
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  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • a sluggard. Inwardly however, it is far from sluggish, for from its own
    • does not enter the sunbeam. However, it spins its own body into these
    • what is known as ether — what I called ether-body in referring to
    • gentlemen, how can this be explained? Just picture a large eiderdown
    • standing. The down inside is rather sparse. So from where I stand I try
    • to push on towards the desk, pressing the down together. But I am unable
    • the down any further. I cannot reach the desk but can feel pressure when
    • I lean against the eiderdown. In the same way, gentlemen, you have the
    • not able to spin threads from its own body, Let us imagine a special
    • now spins them inside its own body because it cannot spin outside. Now
    • blood vessels in here. The animal spins its own blood vessels and those
    • grown. The blood vessels formerly in the tail now go to the feet
    • water, spins a network out of its own blood system. This spreads out in
    • known as the theory of pre-formation. The theories we still have today
  • Title: Memory and Love
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    • here the stomach. In the spiritual world we contemplate our own
    • down of this consciousness. We do the same with the spiritual within us
    • looking within ourselves and finding there the world of the spirit, down
    • we come down at all to the physical out of the spiritual world? You may
    • spirit-seed of our physical body: this we send down first; then we take
    • their own being in us: they tell us what they are: the Logos lives in
    • us. On earth this is reversed; in speech and song our own being is
    • express our own being in declamation, in song? Why do we transform it?
    • of love closely with their own being. Altruism and egotism unite in one
    • If an artist makes a slip of the pen, it gets handed down to posterity.
    • make our own from the most varied points of view.
  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • the lecturer, by an unknown translator.
    • close dependence on bodily conditions can have any existence of its own
    • less true that all that goes on with our own selves depends very little
    • through its own immediate existence; he has not acquired it, it has come
    • in the course of evolution man has grown free from such experiences, and
    • strength to hold their own against the anxiety described above. The
    • day are able to keep vitality going during the night through their own
  • Title: Lecture: Reincarnation and Karma
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    • the lecturer, by an unknown translator.
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    • out of its own perception it will represent the same view. For
    • one another, though they have grown up and been educated under
    • that horses which notice the loss of a shoe may go of their own
    • and that by its means, Darwin has thrown light into dark regions
    • inconvenient when scientific details are shown them in such a
    • listen quietly when it is shown them how, because of their
    • thrown out of the temple of the new faith and man has been
    • shine.” A corner is here shown in the confession of the
    • gained in their own particular domain.
    • having any insight into these impulses. And yet he must own to
  • Title: Lecture: Life and Death
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    • the lecturer, by an unknown translator.
    • expressions used in this sphere may be shown by the fact that
    • trivialities, was new, and even unknown, to the world of
    • his species so does man seek his own individual human being.
    • are led from our own individual life back to a former
    • unprejudiced mind were to say: “Nothing can be known
    • own self. That happens because it could in its youth build up
    • something which does not belong to its own nature must be
    • is quite clear to him that it is his own Spiritual I, or ego,
    • when the idea of “I,” the conception of his own
    • the moment when the child, of his own accord, no longer says:
    • common, but in his own individual life. Is there a
    • life of man goes down into indefinite obscurity and returns
  • Title: Lecture: The Elementary Kingdoms
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    • astral plane, that world which is immediately beyond our own,
    • of their own, no astral body and no Ego. But this is true
    • our physical world, and which work down into it. The first
    • These Egos work down from the astral plane, in the same way
    • that the animal Group-Egos work down upon the animals; Souls
    • its own; instead the entire astral body of the Earth forms
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • the lecturer, by an unknown translator. This handwritten version
    • certainly judge it from his own standpoint, as the fantasy or
    • to make his own the various sources of knowledge which
    • attracts from his physical ancestors the powers for his own
    • you delve yet deeper into this idea, you'll find it shown
    • our own — the example of Goethe, and also the work
    • joyfully, the culmination of its own being and
    • would like to travel to India and there study, in my own
    • environment. This is shown by the lines where Faust is acted
    • Crashing sweeps down its neighbor trunks and boughs,
    • Of my own bosom the mysterious depths,
    • within his own heart: his secret, profound wonders are
    • into this, is shown by various works created before the
    • But he is not ripe enough to unite this spirit with his own
    • poetic truths of life, sinks down into the realm of spirit
    • her possessions. It is as though our own soul might
    • known to the true mystic — the voice of the spiritual
    • for the spiritual, the immortal of which Goethe has shown
    • known if the final words are to be understood.
  • Title: Lecture: Birth of the Light
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    • This lecture is known by two titles,
    • into human evolution, we are shown how deeply the Christ-Event
    • be shown how, in times which were still nearer to the
    • And came to Antioch, great town of Syria.
    • shown to the magic kings, but to the poor shepherds from the
    • with Herod's power and wickedness — it is clearly shown
    • among his own near relations. No Gospel worked on in the same
    • forward — it is this that was intended to be shown in the
    • rolls or when the rain pours down from heavenly spaces into the
    • earth to fertilise it, or when the rays of the sun stream down
    • earth. In the forces of nature that work down on to the earth
    • itself — so does the child lie there. And if it is thrown
    • surging and welling up and down in the earth; think of all the
    • in its own foolishness.
    • grown-up people. For they too know the same thing that the
    • childlike understanding with grown-up understanding. All that a
    • Jesus-Child, cast out by the rest of mankind, thrown into a
  • Title: Lecture: Galileo, Giordano Bruno, and Goethe
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    • unrevised by the lecturer, by an unknown translator. It is
    • mental outlook utterly foreign to our own. From this distant
    • our own era, to the time when that spirit was first kindled
    • our own times as that of Goethe.
    • they used the words of Aristotle to support their own views,
    • Giordano Bruno, which was already related to our own. When
    • his day to our own.
    • relation of man to the world of sense and to his own
    • of what came down to us as the philosophy of our modern
    • Giordano Bruno's own personal attitude to the world, quite
    • their own independence, he terms Monads. By a Monad, he means
    • into the world of ideas; and in his own words “The
    • Goethe the mood of Giordano Bruno had become his own. It was
    • Nature. In a certain sense, the spirit which had come down
    • to note that Goethe was not understood by the men of his own
    • we are so fond of doing, judge of the past with our own,
  • Title: Lecture: On the Occasion of Goethe's Birthday
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    • reports, unrevised by the lecturer, by an unknown translator.
    • words jotted down in pencil by Goethe, “Epilogue in
    • which prompted these words, which I quoted as Goethe's own,
    • step by step, and to experience all vicissitudes in his own
    • For when Goethe, wrote the present, universally-known conclusion
    • view, in his life-time, and also to measure by our own time
    • Goethe can above all things influence our own epoch by the
    • the nineteenth century, it was shown by the facts which
    • field of chemistry and physics, down to our own times, have
    • all that has become known of late years regarding the
    • discuss certain characteristics of our own time and of
    • tracing the links, laying down Darwin's theory as a guiding
    • Darwinian theory, used in this way, has shown itself to be
    • example, I may cite a man who was known to the world for
    • to a sick-bed and during that time wrote down the thoughts
    • fructify the thoughts regarding the world, by his own gift of
    • poetic intuition, laid down in his “Atomistics of the
    • teachings regarding colour, from their own standpoint. These
    • we can watch from year to year, in the deepening of his own
  • Title: Lecture: The Errors of Spiritual Investigation
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    • typewritten transcription of a lecture that is from an unknown Bn/GA.
    • by the lecturer, by an unknown translator. It is presented here
    • yesterday, it was shown how the man who attempts to travel
    • of ones own soul forces, which the soul produces solely out
    • and lead back this imaginative world arising, into his own
    • path, it is necessary to damp down ordinary consciousness, so
    • human being known as a ‘medium’. Thereby the
    • from out of those worlds which work down into such persons
    • pronouncement in a speech unknown to the medium, it is to be
    • unconnected with his own individuality, something arising
    • beings is thereby shown as it presses into the personality of
    • to draw attention to one thing, well known to those who
    • the medium is placed in this damped down condition, then in
    • own standpoint, and asking: — how has my soul then,
    • ones own opinion would be a self-knowledge; it would
    • before us, whereas they are only mirror-image of our own
    • self, our own being. That stage by which the spiritual
    • in wait for him. One then feels his own being as divided up
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  • Title: Lecture: Factors of Karma, Deficiencies in Psychoanalysis
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    • are well enough known, and need not be gone into here) —
    • need not be that of the pessimist who adversely judges his own
    • paper. Much indeed is present down below in depths of
    • To put it tritely, she ‘swallowed it down’ in her soul's
    • That is one kind of thing they seek for, down in the depths of
    • especially are fond of saying that unknown demons are at work
    • down within the soul. We ought first to consider what kind of
    • their profession, or by their own agitations. They put
  • Title: Lecture: Matter Incidental to the Question of Destiny
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    • century, and on a larger and larger scale in our own
    • as to write down what I have just cited. It can
    • narrowness — how it brought forth this individuality.
    • well known. He is a true poet of our age. He, too, was a
    • Egyptian priests must have known it in very ancient times, even
    • must be found anew in our own time. But another thing, too, you
    • of course answered, but thrown up. We see how the modern man
    • which he suffered by his own work — must find its way
    • instance, there is a modern lawyer, known to myself and to
    • worker, even has his own convictions!) Nevertheless, he
    • directions and is well known as a good jurist. Well, one tries
    • town. He too must be won over. And he always wrote the most
    • and yet, the critic is constantly running him down. What
    • Well, she put on her dressing gown and thereupon he brought
    • with his own individual being, right down into his nervous
  • Title: Lecture: Hereditary Impulses and Impulses from Previous Earth Lives
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    • and is also known as,
    • in some way can be near to his soul, then, looking downward,
    • own, and that which will follow it. The souls of men return in
    • our own relation to the world, no matter where in life we may
    • even known for a long time past by those who have confronted
    • notably his own particular surroundings. I refer to John
    • especially, with which he was familiar in his own
    • wearing down of individuality; in a word, all that will tend to
    • of his own country, declares: England is on the way to become a
    • Mill, and mindful of the downfall of ancient Rome, Herzen
    • declares: I see the unavoidable breakdown of old Europe.
    • down and ask one of the ladies — needless to say, I shall
    • was working in a town belonging to the Section of which I was
    • peculiar connection with her own, Russian nationality. So they
    • shall presently see how our own Spiritual Science may yet be
    • thrown into Europe? — a teaching, however brilliant from
    • Roman Church which works in the way that is well known to you,
    • necessary light be thrown on what belongs more to the every-day
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    • — man comes down from the super-sensible World into the
    • through other spiritual Beings; we will rise from our own souls
    • Thence we come down to man himself. Man, as he now is on
    • that is to say, to their own Angel.
    • fancy, every one of them is speaking of his own God,
    • own God, namely his Angel. Indeed we can see how strong is the
    • tendency of men to-day for every one to worship his own God.
    • emphasis of every one on his own God has become more and more
    • different, namely his own Angel. He does not even rise to the
    • which leads him down is very near at hand. Then it is very near
    • as it were, out of his own resources only.
    • it, wrongly, as I have shown. And with the Archangels they are
    • as the spirit of their own particular age. You need only call
    • Time-Spirit. When a man names his own Angel ‘God’
    • be that some things which are happening in our own day are
    • own Angel. But it is impossible if one is really speaking
    • not know why it is that certain things are handed down
    • down, but why, they scarcely know. For instance (as you
    • itself, if I may say so, by its own inherent virtue, had a kind
    • extending far beyond the commonplace, were handed down in the
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  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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    • his own human form, that which he would wear after his birth
    • And he had beheld before his birth the ceremony of his own
    • conception, and to drag it down to the triviality of
    • evolution. And in our own present time, when all that is taking
    • looked down from the land of the spirit before his
    • and the Luciferic. And, as it comes to be known how the
    • down in sleep into that realm in which Jahve guides his soul
    • “How may I experience the Christ impulse within my own
    • our own souls we pass through repeated earth lives during which
    • more if we are able to place our own existence in the right
    • own way. This has been the feeling of human beings
    • of Christ in Bethlehem and its counterpart in our own
    • birth — His birth in human events, His birth in our own
  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries (Die Geheimnisse)
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    • by an unknown translator.
    • had once come to Cologne, bringing with him three crowns for
    • movements of the stars, the light that streams down from the
    • sunlight, in this moonlight, pouring down on the earth, the
    • to send down on earth this light of righteousness, toned down
    • visibly down on the earth, when it sent down its rays,
    • when the sun rays the least physical power down to the earth,
    • initiation into the higher worlds, were known as “Magi.” They
    • way is Goethe, and Goethe has laid down for us this kind of
    • This is the situation to which we are introduced. We are shown;
    • this power of consummation down to the very blood. Right
    • Pervaded by a new and unknown sense:
    • sense is the vulture which swoops down at the birth of the
    • symbol for the lower astral nature; the sister is his own
    • of the rock. We are here definitely shown how his soul follows
    • Look down with shining eyes as they appear.
    • While one writes down his words to make us sure
    • How down a vulture swooped with mighty wings
    • Its plenteous waters down the hill-side poured;
    • And well may he to all the world be shown:
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  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 1. Angels, Folk Spirits, Time Spirits: their part in the Evolution of Mankind.
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    • men’ of all times, from primeval ages down to our own day, have
    • always known that if they were to describe in detail the state of
    • description bears no relation to anything that might be known through
    • that man's external form is known through the medium of the
    • senses. Whilst the human being is known through sense-perception, a
    • can be known through sense-experience or sensory impressions and yet
    • has worked down into the physical body to a certain extent. Therefore
    • incarnations, so too do we realize that the Earth itself has known
    • incarnations of the Earth down to our own time, we have a picture of
    • the stages of evolution of the various Beings down to the present
    • the same time to work upon their own etheric body.
    • direct their own etheric or life-body, and how they thereby work down
    • into mankind and thus draw mankind into the sphere of their own
    • epoch is different from that of our own age. Those who understand the
    • so on. The earlier Spirits, meanwhile, continue their own
    • later epoch, whilst the others are proceeding with their own
    • Egypto-Chaldean epoch in our own age. This will be followed by a
    • activity of the Archangels working down from above, from within their
    • speak the language of his people. He does not acquire this by his own
    • determines not only his own particular development but also the
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 2. Normal and abnormal Archangels and Time Spirits.
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    • Denmark or Germany. Just as every man has his own etheric body, so a
    • is not vital for their own development; they only do so because they
    • their own ego-development must be taken into account. They themselves
    • habit of projecting his own ideas into the universe. He would be
    • Earth, we should never have known the birth of language on Earth. In
    • and have sacrificed their own evolution in order to implant in man
    • Spirit of the Age. These work in such a way that from their own ego,
    • many inventions would remain forever unknown if this work of the
    • motivated from within, so that each epoch has its own definite mode
    • who induce him of his own volition to follow a certain course of
    • of those Spirits of Form who in our age are known as Spirits of
    • work in a subtle and intimate way and leave man to his own devices;
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 3. The inner Life of the Folk Spirits. Formation of the Races.
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    • inner power of your own soul. In order to realize this one need only
    • an operation in pure thought by the power of your own inner activity;
    • are unfamiliar, since Hegelian logic is only known to the few. From
    • experiences. These sensations are unknown to a Being of this kind; it
    • of that world, is a world unknown to the Archangels. If you exclude,
    • sense-perception, so the Archangel looks down upon the world that
    • aura. This picture illustrates how the Archangelic Being looks down
    • work on their behalf by weaving out of his own being that which has
    • to be intimately associated with the very core of his own life. In a
    • the individual can do, not only for his own evolution, but also for
    • because it is peculiarly his own. He cannot afford to stand still
    • his contribution to his own people, all that touches upon the affairs
    • under the guidance of their own normal and abnormal Archangels. And
    • abnormal Archangels have shown themselves to be, in reality, Spirits
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    • of Movement, of Form, of Personality, the Archangels down to the
    • intervene on their own initiative at the age of twenty approximately.
    • twenty to twenty-one). Having come down to Earth at this age he would
    • how, in our own time, the national characteristics prepare in their
    • turn the break-down of the racial characteristics and begin to
    • must follow their propagation down to our own day; at the same time
    • determine his racial character. Such races are the yellow and brown
    • yet been studied and of which the Indian civilization now known to
    • inhabits is narrowed down to smaller and smaller lands. We observe
    • This was always known in the Mystery Schools. You will now understand
    • connected with the spiritual evolution which has always been known to
    • call to mind its own creative activity as it existed before the
    • Germany — man has to draw upon the resources of his own
    • intervention of the normal and abnormal Archangels down to the
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    • our own times. On the other hand, we shall perhaps have to deal with
    • become solidified. Waves of semi-fluid consistency were then thrown
    • at A we have the Bohemian Plateau. Now imagine a huge wave thrown up
    • between thinking, feeling and willing, first of all in his own inner
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    • shine down upon us in the light from our present Cosmos — then
    • from another angle, where I have shown that the
    • Spirits of Form it is best to think of them as streaming down to us
    • normal Spirits of Form is modified by the force that rays down to us
    • of the abnormal Spirits stream down upon the Earth are arrested by
    • forces which stream down into the Earth, ray outwards from the Earth
    • in old Atlantis. These Spirits of Form rayed down into the Atlantean
    • down into his physical body. Now you know that the four fundamental
    • self-sufficient; it is a reflection of its own inner being which for
    • the man of the present is subject to its own fixed laws.
    • nervous system in the Malayan race, in the yellowish-brown races
    • to claim that Jahve or Jehovah had made this people his own. If you
    • the nineteenth century. The descendant of the brown race did not
    • (who, in a remote past, had also known the Great Spirit) when a piece
    • great. But there is something else which makes the Brown Man great;
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 7. Advance of Folk Spirits to the Rank of Time Spirits.
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    • own special part by working within a particular people. This is a
    • describe an arc to include the towns of Detmold and Paderborn, you
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    • civilization, and nearer to our own age, was the Persian which was
    • civilization and finally by our own.
    • Persians were conversant with the Powers or Spirits of Form, known
    • normal and abnormal, in the human soul was known to the Greeks. They
    • present happening. He was there with his own ego; he was a conscious
    • information that has come down to us. It is important to have a right
    • we shall attempt to explore the lesser-known branches of Teutonic
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 9. Loki - Hodur and Baldur - Twilight of the Gods.
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    • agent, and the known. In the formal act of cognition it is irrelevant
    • whether that which is known is human being, animal, tree or stone.
    • knower and the known are one, subject and object of cognition are the
    • for what he thinks, feels and wills, whereas in relation to his own
    • speak of Lucifer, we are speaking of that which has thrust man down
    • known chiefly as an opponent of the Good and as an enemy of the
    • he was also aware that that which repeatedly drags man down through
    • the Luciferic influence man would never have known sickness and
    • case of a man, who climbs onto a roof, falls down, is mortally
    • say: “The man fell down, was mortally injured and died of his
    • have fallen down while already dead. The injuries might have been
    • everywhere find that these things throw light upon the matter, down
    • as future events could not, even down to the smallest details, be
    • expressed in a wonderful way, down to the smallest details in the
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 10. The Mission of Individual Peoples and Cultures in the Past, Present and Future.
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    • have shown in the case of the Scandinavian and Germanic peoples, the
    • the ‘I’ as something extraneous, but as his own property.
    • Folk Spirits enjoined upon men to act more on their own initiative it
    • ancient Nordic peoples from the spiritual world, down to this
    • Then, turning eastward, it gradually cooled down. Long before the
    • attitude they have always shown when the question of their relations
    • age which is to succeed our own. We meet with this in a unique manner
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 11. Nerthus, Freyja and Gerda.
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    • earthly bodies were fructified by that which poured down from
    • survived in all that has come down to us in the older sagas and
    • something peculiarly his own: it symbolizes the alternation of the
    • out of their own vision will be dismissed as a figment of the
    • well-known case occurred in the seventeenth century, when a man
    • forces known to the old clairvoyance. Once upon a time Thor endowed
    • these details which are set down in the Twilight of the Gods will
    • however, are known to Teutonic mythology; it is fully aware of their
    • Congress in Budapest and which I repeated during our own General
    • down dogmas and claim that the facts are such and such and must be
    • high ideal — each from his own standpoint and from his own
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    • own Spiritual Science aspires to be, we may perhaps look upon this as
    • according to the ancient Greeks it was Hermes who brought down the
    • kinship with her mother. No religious feeling in our own day has the
    • known as drama, what is recognised in the West as dramatic art and
    • their own will, their own sentiment; thus one person may regard this,
    • our own personality. Ideals of this kind are really only what one or
    • own peculiar sentiment and the make-up of his intellect causes him to
    • Spiritual Science must learn not to take what springs from our own
    • has to happen in human evolution when we entirely suppress our own
    • speak, quite regardless of our own inclinations, regardless of what
    • — shown by all that is happening in the life of the mind today
    • has been known for thousands of years, and which has been rich in
    • it has always been known, as it has been handed down by history,
    • that what today is known as physical science is a withering
    • sympathetically just because of our own personal preferences for this
    • later form. The ancient Greek partly felt that in his own time the
    • future — a future which has become our own present. He thus
    • hidden guest, as a comrade in arms, has shown itself to be true by
    • the next few days. We shall be shown a living relationship between
    • like a spiritual conscience which as yet calls to us from the unknown
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    • According to the Greek legend Tantalus wantonly offered his own son
    • considerable spur to our own knowledge, to the knowledge which we
    • from the earliest times right up to our own day; the old clairvoyant
    • forces have been drawn down into the human subconscious, they have
    • form his own clairvoyant faculty, but both these things were given to
    • Pluto work in man's own organism. We must be able to blot out
    • entirely the usual way of looking at things today, our own habits and
    • but to gods who had come down to men and who had in the Mysteries
    • is it then that, between the time of Atlantis and our own time, has
    • course of evolution from the age of Atlantis up to our own time. What
    • upwards into the astral body, and downwards into the physical body;
    • by the astral body. What man perceives of the goings-on in his own
    • shown you today, certain different Eros-free forces in human nature
    • changed; what are the symbols shown by this second form? They are the
    • Socrates right up to our own day, men had to remain more or less in
    • I could also say in order to bring down clairvoyance to them —
    • begin to happen in our own century that one here and one there will
    • come little by little to all humanity, beginning in our own century.
    • our own century, will become visible as an etheric Being to human
    • well as by our own knowledge. Anyone who believes in human progress
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    • upon the tidings of the Mysteries which have come down to us from
    • experience was unknown to the Greeks. When the Greek directed his eye
    • of our hand is an expression of our own soul-activity. When we move
    • divine-spiritual activity — was unknown to the Greeks. We shall
    • known or of the same kind as those already known, but which
    • regarded as miraculous is essentially a feature of our own time. It
    • is part of the mission of our own Spiritual Science to resolve this
    • thought in the sense that it leads its own isolated thought-existence
    • about the microcosm, about man himself, the centre of our own world,
    • and thus seeks more within his own being for the distinguishing
    • ‘clear-tasting’ of one's own being. Just as one can
    • can have in connection with his own threefold being.
    • of astringency, of downright pain; try to imagine yourself from top
    • to bottom, right down to the finger-tips and in every limb, permeated
    • experiencing knowledge of his own physical body through the occult
    • of concrete knowledge; they are known to occultists in the same way
    • a taste which you can have when you can forget yourself in your own
    • Knowledge of one's own astral body has to be described in quite
    • knowledge of a man's own astral body is first and formost
    • pentagram there is an upside-down pentagon. I will fill it in
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    • existence, into the wonders which constitute our own human
    • on the earth, determining its own destiny, little by little shaping
    • the epochs of its own civilisation, is guided by Beings whom we must
    • Egypto-Chaldean, and our own, the fifth epoch. In the Egypto-Chaldean
    • phenomenon that mankind seems to be thrown upon its own resources,
    • since the Atlantean catastrophe during which man was thrown so
    • entirely on his own resources, or in which so much depended upon his
    • expressing his own peculiar self as in the Greco-Latin time. Hence
    • In our own epoch,
    • development of their own. Just as man today is at another stage than
    • their own development, but there were also among them a number who
    • Impulse, and in the sixth culture-epoch, the epoch following our own,
    • who have accepted the Christ, but in the action upon our own epoch of
    • only understand our own epoch if we are aware that these two currents
    • so can this happen in our own time. Even today we have to seek for
    • that it is actually in the twentieth century, actually in our own
    • Christ substance, because it reaches right down to the etheric sphere
    • beings without the Christ would look down from Jupiter with tragic
    • heavenly body as if it were their own true home? Yes, there are such
    • evolution. Among these exalted Beings was a host under its own leader
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    • gods needed so much to make progress in their own evolution that they
    • standing-upon-its-own-feet of Greek civilisation which is so truly
    • consciousness of being under a divine hierarchy which in its own
    • that text, that epigrammatic utterance, which has come down to us
    • elements of earthly life for its own development, and which therefore
    • Greeks were certainly aware that in their own time the Beings of
    • to say, ‘Take all the forces known today to the chemist, all
    • of the stuff of his own soul! Capesius does actually feel as if what
    • stuff of his own soul. It is very strange to feel oneself to be part
    • drained, literally starved of one's own being, which has turned
    • just because they are saturated with the stuff of one's own
    • clairvoyant consciousness was like. It circulated outside its own
    • been handed down historically to later times is intellectual
    • not be separate. The several souls could point to their own property
    • earth, enclosed within the narrow confines of his own personality.
    • environment in their closest proximity as their own, as a snail feels
    • his own bodily form, each imprisoned in those microcosmic forces of
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    • today was quite unknown to the ancient Greek. If we call to mind what
    • of the Greek gods, we cannot help seeing the equivalent of our own
    • discovered our earlier state to be in contradiction to our own inner
    • nature, and thus have called forth a reality of our own inner being
    • that is our own. In the physical world, or for physical instruments
    • ego, that is his own ego. So that we may say that the peculiarity of
    • in recent years, the physical body can only be known in its true
    • our own body is just like that of other men. Thus there is a great
    • difference between the perception of our own ego, of which only one
    • to know it in its own inner being, by direct knowledge, whereas what
    • and whose own external forms really show only the forces of physical,
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    • own time we can come to know through Spiritual, or Occult Science; and
    • ego through the astral body down to the etheric body. As far as its
    • find your own reality. What I have here said in a few words can be
    • they are reflected through the activity of the brain and thrown back
    • thrown back to us, and the human being can no more see into his own
    • frontier; and at the frontier the whole life of the soul is thrown
    • back again, as a man's image is thrown back in a mirror.’
    • confronted by its own absolute need. But imagine this realisation
    • own being. That has to take place in the Mysteries. In other words,
    • light is thrown upon them from several sides, and in a certain way
    • is in us, the human being saw his own self in Dionysos, and learnt to
    • that which he himself was, though he could not reach down to it in
    • entered into the Mystery, as upon their own being. In the world
    • essential and most important in man's own nature, by what
    • Nature, which man in his present bodily form has really grown out of.
    • the spiritual environment who—both for our own as well as for
    • what was known—not of course to the writers of external history
    • — but to the Initiates who have handed down the tradition from
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    • our souls to be wasted. We come to realise that deep down in every
    • him out of their own body, their own substance. We come to feel:
    • ‘The gods have sacrificed a piece of their own existence, they
    • have as it were torn away a fragment of their own flesh, and have
    • it to the light of day out of our own freedom. Thus we can let this
    • concern of our own, we are not doing anything merely in the interests
    • of our own egotism, we are simply carrying back into the higher
    • left to us — confidence in our own soul. If the soul patiently
    • most unselfish actions are performed for our own sakes, for by
    • being plunges more deeply into his own nature and his own being that
    • ourselves down to a few abstract concepts; we have to approach the
    • such that when they condensed in accordance with their own nature
    • able to think thoughts connected with his own bodily needs, he would
    • that it has become sullied by our own being.
    • as a kind of impurity of our own being. If we would understand the
    • which takes place through Saturn, Sun and Moon evolutions down to our
    • in their own substance, but that there were always other
    • could look back and see themselves in this mirror thrown off from
    • their own substance—just as we in everyday life can only see
    • beings, entities thrown off by the original gods, entities who are
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    • knowledge of what takes place within our own organisation. I tried to
    • our own bodily organisation could find expression through the
    • the periphery; it was only later that he so to say stepped down upon
    • are known in zoology as mammals as the Darwinists do. It is quite
    • the downward direction. Thus the human Phantom again became exposed
    • their own bodies. In the case of all creatures in which reproduction
    • being because the forces which work down upon the Earth from cosmic
    • noted that in the course of this study we have also thrown light upon
    • that an influence from cosmic space came down into those parts of the
    • pictorial image, one of the great symbols which have come down to us
    • contact the brain, cool down. Modern science of course says
    • light which falls upon a mirror is arrested and thrown back. Here we
    • hood which crowns every man. All clothing originated in this way,
    • unknown, we are perpetually faced with new challenges. In everyday
    • life for example it would be a test if, after having known a man for
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    • seems a marvel by finding, through its own activity, a kind of
    • into a kind of harmony between his own soul and these
    • is fantasy and our own science a definitive explanation of the
    • universe, will be overthrown, and it will be seen that our own time,
    • to be superseded. But when we consider our own intellectual
    • that the human being let flow far more of his own self, far more of
    • the stuff of his own soul, into the images of his knowledge.
    • independent, to stand entirely alone with his own ego. He has had to
    • open to the soul. It can descend into its own depths in such a way
    • that it experiences what its own organisation is. Under modern
    • and penetrate behind our ego-consciousness into our own being, when
    • into our own soul-depths we feel ourselves to an ever greater extent
    • penetrate into our own inner being. We can be very clearly aware of
    • a lower nature in ourselves, and are thrown back upon ourselves worse
    • esoteric life a man delves into his own inner being, he is overcome
    • known to it. Why is this? Because the way this speech centre is
    • own will-nature. This is what brings about the severe ordeals which
    • our own impulses, desires, passions, through all that imprisons us,
    • because we are seized by the blindly raging impulses of our own inner
    • Substance we do not take out with us into the cosmos merely our own
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    • the ages down to the present day. Grimm has been able to show that
    • onwards from the life of Raphael to our own time. Grimm has shown how the
    • not at some time reflected in the human soul, celebrating its own higher
    • study this soul for its own sake because its development is so harmonious.
    • course within narrow circles. These towns seem so near when we study his
    • soul development, fierce quarrels were the order of the day. The town is
    • The one drove the other out-of-town, then after a short banishment the other
    • of that epoch are typical. A nobleman of the town enters it as a warrior
    • down everything that crosses his path. The historian evidently has the
    • surrounded him in the town where he was studying under his master Pietro
    • Perugino. One gets the impression of two worlds in the town, —
    • of Florence? Struggles, just as in the case of the other town, bitter
    • thrown every soul in the town into a state of upheaval when Savonarola
    • the very social life of the town. It was as though a citadel of the Gods
    • — it was in May 1498 — down to the people who had once hung
    • — a soul so different from the mood surrounding it in this town,
    • known works for the purpose of contemplating the peculiar qualities
    • which work down into the Earth seem here to flow into the Earthly elements,
    • Urner clefts and looks down from thence to the green, blossoming valley.
    • passed over from days of yore into our own time, we may well be aware
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    • by the lecturer, by an unknown translator. And, it was transcribed
    • by an unknown typist! It is presented here with the kind permission
    • extraordinary was taking place. The owner of the horse called in strangers,
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    • by the lecturer, by an unknown translator. And, it was transcribed
    • by an unknown typist! It is presented here with the kind permission
    • need only to think of some of the well-known national epics, of the
    • our own days, interest in the Iliad and the Odyssey, — for this
    • describing. Much is known from other descriptions not contained in the
    • shown to be the result of the wrath of Achilles. Further, another peculiar
    • permeated by invisible powers which could not appear in their own form,
    • in their own being on the field of battle. Yet it would be strange to
    • does Siegfried stand? That is shown to us in Brunnhilde's relation to
    • own soul forces which govern within him. His soul is in a certain measure
    • stage of clairvoyance leads us so much the more to a view of our own
    • as our own original secrets, as well as that which to-day is concealed
    • through his own inner being into the etheric body, but which he can
    • instinctively known to man, for they looked into themselves, they saw
    • to be made use of. In human development — this shown in all evolution
    • etheric body was being sent down into human nature. Only later did it
    • as external powers of nature; he brought forth from his own nature the
    • have looked upon the Beings of their own nationality as described in
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    • laid down for them by planetary movements. And then, in the
    • of the cosmos. Certainly this damps down his own inner life, but at
    • wanes and autumn draws on; the season of sinking down and dying that
    • then we ought equally to sink ourselves down under the frost and
    • away of nature in our own inner being. For if a man becomes more
    • glow-worms shine with their own light in the meadows at St. John's
    • embrace them, to draw them down into the realm of half-conscious
    • stream down into the human shining in the astral light, has its
    • its own forces. Then one does not lay on this or that colour
    • downward-leading path. Man can rescue himself from its impending
    • again to the meteoric iron which showers down from the cosmos to the
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    • of Michael battling with the Dragon, as shown to us through an inner
    • Earth. It is then that the Earth unfolds its own nature in the
    • has been shown by the work of Frau Dr. Kolisko. At our Biological
    • solid mass of the Earth, and they tend to assume their own special
    • metallic crystals, with the manifold variety of their own distinctive
    • and thunder; they penetrate far down, so that the whole course of the
    • that each of these three principles reverts to its own inner
    • down on to the Earth from the blossoming and seeding of plants as a
    • result of the cooking or combustion process. This falling down of ash
    • — just as ash falls down in our stoves — plays a great
    • seed-nature is continually showering down on the Earth, so that from
    • piece and would then describe it from his own flea-standpoint,
    • towards the quicksilver form and in the other passes down into the
    • But because ash falls down from the seeds of plants, so that
    • sulphur-process, and out of this process the ash has fallen down.
    • cosmic activity. The power to work on its own accord in the
    • activity of the Sun extends right into us, downwards certainly in a
    • gives us back to the cosmos, so to speak, the stars have their own
    • up the Sun-activities on their own account. In ordinary life the
    • in its own way. At one time in old Europe a remarkable idea
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    • beings strive with all their might to call down an astral rain, as it
    • March approaches, and down below the Ahrimanic beings are at work,
    • experience their illusions down below, so the Luciferic beings
    • these beings, who are really those cast down by Michael, to expand in
    • the Luciferic beings try to take up the etheric into their own being
    • nature of man, could carry on their own existence.
    • down as the breast, with an idealised human head (red). And the
    • influence bears particularly on our own epoch and it will go on
    • humanity in carbonic vapour, while down below, the Ahrimanic forces
    • as we have shown here in painting and sculpture. And here is shown
    • which Ahriman seeks to make his own; victorious over death;
    • would be, amid much else, a certain crowning of all that can flow
    • crowned by being placed in the whole course of the cosmos and the
    • staff of Mercury — can be worthily crowned only
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    • being in the world outside. In this way he spreads out his own being
    • himself this dying away; but with his own self he must not take part
    • that the minerals down there send their inner crystal-forming process
    • John's-tide, we really have the impression that down there are the
    • of summer. At midsummer everything down below the earth shapes itself
    • So we can say: On looking downwards, we have an impression of
    • design, and feels every silver-gleaming line down there to be within
    • grown out of the blue depths of the earth's crust, and one feels
    • lines. All this one feels as part of one's own being. And if one
    • it is when one looks down into the depths
    • Will. And while down below we feel — in that blue
    • give it the same name by which it was known then. We can say: In
    • accomplished by Uriel in the radiant light — Uriel, whose own
    • high summer, passes down to weave and flow through the depths of the
    • understand this remarkable gaze, directed downwards, and we have the
    • directing our gaze downwards, we cannot do otherwise than bring
    • Thus we should find, through these musical harmonies, our own inner
    • light-filled gold and directing his gaze and his gesture down to the
    • the other side, down
    • silvery radiance streams forth. Down there he feels the material
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    • is not known — the fact that all external substances and
    • his gaze is directed down towards the crystal realm of the earth, and
    • for his gravely judging gaze, as he looks down and compares human
    • the spiritual hearing of Inspiration, then we have the crowning of
    • let us take the words which have come down through the ages like
    • Here is the secret that was known at one time; the secret that is
    • down to the very word “golden,” for these things are woven
    • feeling a spirit such as Goethe's takes hold of something handed down
    • and how they really do pass on to one another their own particular
    • own time we see how the ancient truth has to be raised to a higher level.
    • realm of spirit; his soul gazes down not at an individual human body
    • souls who are to be embodied during the whole year come down
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    • been written down, in future times of humanity it will
    • town about the significance and the content of the Christ
    • their own inwardness, their personal connection with the Christ
    • them as that with their own kith and kin. Those who brought
    • has continued to our own time, were not well-informed
    • that are still valid to-day — down to Marcus Aurelius,
    • with open hearts, as if it were part and parcel of their own
    • not happen, we shall find that on into our own times the
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    • will begin to-day by turning our thoughts to the event known as
    • Whitsun Festival, by those who are generally known as the
    • matter we shall have to call up from deep down in our souls,
    • down into the soul of each one of them. And to others who could
    • narrowness, all selfishness in life, to have acquired largeness
    • to pass in intimate connection with their own souls, but which
    • evening. Thus did Peter remember the scene usually known as the
    • own and yet to come, they will find more understanding than is
    • knowledge born of man's own mind placed itself in front of the
    • picture, too, of the body being taken down from the Cross and
    • of Jesus taken down from the Cross and laid in the grave, and
    • had not really known before: that the event of Golgotha had
    • And this stupendous truth sank down into Peter's soul: It is
    • What now came into their ken had lain deep down in their souls,
    • days between the event known as the Ascension, and Pentecost.
    • particularly in my own case I am aware of all kinds of
    • environment. My own education was of a purely scientific
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    • considering the event usually known as the Baptism by John in
    • known as Kamaloka, the time of purification, the human being
    • down to the earth. And the experiences between the Baptism in
    • A higher, non-earthly Being comes down into the earth-sphere
    • by those Beings of the Spiritual Hierarchies known as the
    • Sun, as the ordinary human being lives on the earth as his own
    • came down to the earth. And so we may say: what could be
    • for men to rise up to Christ, Christ had now come down to the
    • in the Jordan, a Spirit came down to the earth and lived
    • lectures we shall be speaking of the Being who came down to the
    • become Man, in the words: If thou art a God, come down from the
    • Jordan had come down from the super-earthly, heavenly spheres
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    • Bath-Kol within his own breast. But this very inspiration
    • Nazareth — he believed that the Bath-Kol made known to
    • fell down as if dead. His soul was as if transported away and
    • had held to be the new priest sent from heaven, had fallen down
    • Nazareth. At a place unknown to me, in about the twenty-fourth
    • gathered together in an Order, known very widely as the Order
    • Chronicle has shown that the name “Essene” derives
    • and people from all parts of the then known world came to
    • became the owner of small properties, houses, gardens, even
    • exception of members of his own family.
    • things that had already flamed up as illumination in his own
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    • Zarathustra-Ego into his own soul. During the subsequent years
    • the gifts that had shown themselves in him since his twelfth
    • splendid gifts of which he had shown evidence since then.
    • possibility of rousing Hillel's anger; for it was known
    • known that by their mode of living and their secret doctrine
    • down upon the mother with whom Jesus had held that
    • spiritual realms, to whom the worlds of Spirit were known, not
    • bodies had grown to be under the influence of that life of
    • just come down to the Earth. To begin with, He was drawn to the
    • the primeval Gods and Spirits — these kingdoms have grown
    • power to cast thee down, since the human body prevents thee
    • fear: cast thyself down! And both set upon Him. But as in their
    • could indeed be known on earth but that the God who had for the
    • and still further afield, visiting many places He had known
    • now this strange thing happened. Many of these men had known
    • their own hearts and souls had warmed when He had lived under
    • Prayer” known to Christianity ... it was the Prayer of
    • He, Christ Jesus, were reigning within his own soul, as if this
    • in a watered-down form to America, where he has given out a
    • to have come down to the Earth as a Spiritual Being and then,
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    • science has shown us the way to understand in a much higher sense
    • looking down upon that to which their love is directed. In the period
    • between birth and death they have grown attached to the kind of
    • who look down upon it as something of which they know that it informs
    • through the gate of death, and now gaze down upon the movement with
    • comes to man of its own accord; still less can it in the ordinary
    • angry as in our youth, but our anger has left us and we have grown
    • cerebrum, the more activity is withdrawn (a thing unknown to external
    • and withdraw timidly from life, abandoning ourselves to our own
    • own forces. We develop too through the forces which enter into
    • beyond our own Self and make of us members of the whole organism of
    • life like a field that is to be sown. Between what we ourselves
    • grown ourselves. Then we can know: these plants have been put in by
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    • means of arranging phenomena so that through their own
    • our own thought to our observation of the world. We see this,
    • true; but they flow down into the feelings. Anyone who is able
    • if it endures long enough, exerts an influence right down to
    • Whether the doubt is driven down into our feelings or not
    • disgruntled and downcast — useless to ourselves and
    • made by paths that have been laid down in complete
    • individuals through the cultivation of their own souls
    • come down to later epochs in a thoroughly decadent and
    • sympathy with all things, and how it manifests to him his own
    • midst of life, that he should be able to hold his own with the
    • way of asceticism involved subduing and damping down bodily
    • who had damped down this organism, did in fact gain pure
    • down the bodily functions one could consciously enter the
    • experience his own self, his inner spirituality, so too
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    • Now, man's attitude to his own soul is such that the most
    • that have floated up and down during the day sink down into the
    • thought or concept flows down into our organism, however, how
    • descending when it flows down into our own body. We are forced
    • the organism is unknown to us just when it is creative; it is
    • unknown to us at the very point in physical life where it
    • what we ourselves can do through our own human nature; only
    • consciousness, we reach a view of our own psychic nature, one
    • its own soul before this descended from spiritual worlds to an
    • remains dark down there in the region into which we descend,
    • an old man's life simply exists “in its own right;”
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    • own particular standpoint, from which they can deploy
    • which in all kinds of indirect ways also affect our own soul
    • — we can find our own place in the development of
    • consciousness, being dormant deep down in the soul
    • first become ripe. We cannot of our own volition do
    • own. Yet just because we perceive what inner rigour and
    • only if we advance from our own science, divorced from art, to
    • our own, you will see what a wonderful training it provided in
    • one's own, provided that they lead to something beneficial to
    • or others, we find that their standpoint has grown out of the
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    • differs from our own, it has a curious effect. Once we allow
    • down to the present), we feel a spiritual need to go beyond
    • his philosophy of life (which has since come down to his
    • were his own, and in this way understands its mode of being.
    • the end this grows into the view that one's own human sensuous
    • I have shown, by awakening powers dormant in the soul we can
    • of this spiritual world exist in our own organs. We come to
    • humanity in order that man himself could infuse it with his own
    • those of us who are not bogged down in the immediate
    • develop through its own inner life, not from the one or the
    • here in Central Europe, I would rather not give my own opinion
    • step. We have shown what the “ideology” in its
    • meaning in its own way, just as the Orient did.
    • we still need to be clear about: we must build up our own
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    • stimulate us so much that we carry them down into our deepest
    • When we examine our own reaction to nature by means of this
    • cognition, man must pour out his own self as being into
    • the sense of self. The sense of self has its own strength, and
    • uncomfortable about listening in to our own capacity for love.
    • of marching through life fondly contemplating our own capacity
    • sometimes sought by a false mystical path. I have shown
    • our own inner physical body. We learn to know the substance of
    • that vibrates, surges, moves up and down, diffuses itself
    • become aware of man down to the details of his temperature
    • has come down from the spiritual world through conception,
    • — because we know how our own human heat in its
    • centuries we have grown accustomed to count truths as exact
    • own experience of self. By entering the outside world, we
    • knowledge of self. And when we then go down into it, our inner
    • would know the world, penetrate your own depths. Your own
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    • exists for his own satisfaction and the good of others. In this
    • right down to cartels and trusts — we must
    • significance that this power of the intellect has shown itself
    • Now, in the last few days I have shown how the development of
    • of the instincts, grown uncertain, with an
    • transposes what it perceives into its own movements. It is an
    • absorbed with our whole being. It was then drawn down
    • first is that of discovering imaginatively our own position.
    • find our own place in life and also a bridge to men in other
    • that it will follow, of its own accord, the influences exerted
    • to develop through his own power, and his talents may then go
    • seek his ethical and religious impulses in his own
    • from nature serves him as an inspiration. Right down to the
    • here. As a philosophy, it certainly does not wish to lay down
    • this can be achieved will be shown more fully in the
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    • fifth lecture: that through spiritual insight into his own
    • has given up seeing crude polytheism deep down in all
    • element, of course, by referring to what is known; but its
    • economic life could be observed in Eastern Europe right down to
    • external appearance, as can be shown quite clearly by an
    • from week to week, authorities that laid down how the land was
    • Socialist government concerned was overthrown and its
    • solely a product of our own time, but could arise eight hundred
    • Utopia derives, after all, from the social outlook of his own
    • longed to achieve their outlook in his own experience. The
    • right down to their terminology and the workings of their laws,
    • concepts of property, customs of ownership, and everything
    • social configuration of their own. This trend derives from the
    • other cultural currents, evolve along their own lines, until
    • continues to inform social structures right down to our own
    • example, that in Germany, right down to the present day, it has
    • industrialist himself sees his own undertaking within a
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    • contribute, from his own particular position in life. My purpose here,
    • bogged down in mere hopelessness; we must rather be on the
    • match the social ideal that exists outside his own
    • they none the less strove to incorporate into their own
    • First of all he set forth, in marked opposition to my own
    • where, as I have shown, art had an educative influence. The art
    • social systems in our own age, we can keep in view the whole
    • learning to integrate our own individual selves into the
    • our own experience and we can transpose our self into the
    • rôle in the social organism, but with our own personal
    • maker poured into it something of his own substance. The legacy
    • their own profession uninteresting. It may have become so,
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    • and can simply concentrate his attention on his own humanity.
    • should be, not just an open secret, but something known to the
    • in becoming intellect, this early clairvoyance has thrown off
    • also developed deep down among the people (and far more than
    • thrown back upon himself, as the working-man is and very many
    • too, he feels in his own being, which has not advanced to a
    • have developed in the last few days. I have shown how the
    • look down upon the lungs, heart, etc., as something whose
    • This can be sensed by the very man who today is thrown back by
    • we mean only the psyche obscured, so to speak, by our own
    • grown up together.
    • thrown out of workers' educational colleges by those who regard
    • down to its speech-centres, on the company a man keeps, the
    • depths of human existence. Our own America so to speak, the
    • later sinks down into the heart. Now something else,
    • human nature, and look down with contempt on anything that
    • East not only sees its own spirit, but can also see, even in
    • philosophy of life, then the Oriental will no longer look down
    • things that must be overthrown. The old saying remains true:
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    • conditions thrown up in the course of man's recent
    • but at enabling men to express their own opinions and put them
    • nature, is involved in the way we have grown into our rank or
    • that it will already contain the seeds of its own decline. This
    • from the rest of social life — has its own determinants,
    • own determinants, it represents a distinctive branch of social
    • of primary importance. What matters is that the trend has shown
    • outside their own speciality, something that affected
    • experience in his own particular field; and then, from
    • feed into social life also contains its own destructive forces.
    • another. It cannot be spun out of a man's own reasoning
    • formalized thought. But humanity, on its way down the ages,
    • own social structure and its own administration; and also that
    • ability he has in his own field. From a collaboration in which
    • into a single whole by each operating on its own terms. The
    • reconciliation of the contradictions that are thrown up.
    • believed in the nineteenth century, however, and right down to
    • our own times, that everything must be centrally organized,
    • from the all too prevalent catch-word (which is thrown up by
  • Title: Lecture: Pythic, Prophetic and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance
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    • It is also known as, Working with Sculptural Architecture - 2.
    • It is also known as,
    • by the lecturer, by an unknown translator. And, it was transcribed
    • by an unknown typist! It is presented here with the kind permission
    • own blood-and nerve activity. But during our earth-life we must be withheld
    • from this inner enjoyment of our own blood and nerve-activity, otherwise
    • because it would lead too far; but through your own meditation on the
    • our own inner being our own blood and nerve activity. We cannot
    • senses; it is as it were thrown back, and from this, sense-impressions
    • I have just described, the life within ones own sense-organs and blood
    • were still known, when people still spoke of them in literature, was
    • own bodies.But such things also progress in cycles, everything can only
    • following ones own blood and nerve paths was still called in accord
    • have just spoken, in which a man dives down into the blood and nerve-paths
    • during waking conditions, nor by diving down into this body from outside
    • development which have been outgrown.
    • his own being from outside as far as to the senses, but when he can
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    • It is also known as, Working with Sculptural Architecture - 2.
    • It is also known as,
    • by the lecturer, by an unknown translator. And, it was transcribed
    • by an unknown typist! This version has been edited and amended by
    • nerves. This would be an inner enjoyment of your own blood and
    • of our own blood and nerve activity must be withheld from us,
    • through your own meditation on the motif here touched upon you will
    • own blood and nerve
    • thrown back, and from this, sense impressions arise. And that which
    • have just described, the life within ones own sense organs and
    • these things were still known, when people still spoke of them in
    • in the self-gratification of our own bodies. But such things also
    • through following ones own blood and nerve paths was still called,
    • just spoken, in which a man dives down into the blood and nerve
    • our body from within during waking conditions, nor by diving down
    • have been outgrown.
    • his own being from outside as far as to the senses, but when he can
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    • by an unknown typist! It is presented here with the kind permission
    • our own, the Post Atlantean epoch. A very, very characteristic
    • Manichaeism only `gets' on with Dualism, (in its own way quite
    • knows himself to be living in his own inner experiences. And
    • substantiated by his own inner experiences: — that, with
    • forms. Their waking life of truth dived down, as it were, into
    • whether St. Augustine himself could say, from his own
    • known that from the life of the Sun did not depend the process
    • Metaphysics. They united certain concepts with their own
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    • these proceeds he makes over to his fellow workers, and the more his own
    • requirements are satisfied, not out of his own work done, but out of work
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    • makes over to his fellow workers, and the more his own requirements
    • are satisfied, not out of his own work done, but out of work done by
    • thought up, out of concern for their own welfare,
    • own hearts into the world. Then the world will be an image of
    • we want labor to be paid for. We work for our own sake, for the
    • the future. No one will be the owner of the products of labor.
    • conditions. Not for our own sake, not for the sake of our
    • up the soul through the law of its own inner being, so that it
    • peaceful demonstrators were shot down by the military. The strike
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    • by an unknown typist! It is presented here with the kind permission
    • a way, to our own hearts, were we to allow even a suggestion of
    • longing of our movement to build its own sanctuary arose
    • of life no longer filled with its own true inwardness. We enter
    • how this later period desires to live itself out in its own
    • that it overflows as though of itself into its own forms, as it
    • of its own; such forms, indeed, as we believe to have proceeded
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    • united. And when we proceed from these older times to our own, what
    • put this figure into its own epoch. These few words alone will
    • It is a comparatively unknown little work of Goethe's to
    • trouble of taking down the river the golden pieces you've thrown
    • actually a short way downstream and buries them in the crevices of
    • sees the pieces of gold falling down through the cracks of the
    • pieces into her own body, more and more luminous. As she comes to
    • its highest, to find a bridge over my own body, in order to
    • ‘Had I known this before, I should not have promised them to
    • Cabbages, Onions and Artichokes alone weigh down the basket. On the
    • itself in Beauty. The Golden King sets the Crown on his head,
    • horsemen and herds can cross to and fro. We are shown how the
    • him down to the senses and the senses led him up again to reason.
    • of nature, so that it can unfold its own powers.
    • sense? He must guide his nature down so that it proves true in
    • expresses the same thing in it, in his own way. He did not wish to
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    • explanation of a work of fantasy will be turned down with the remark:
    • his own truth, and it is always the same.’ It is always the
    • principle of initiation; which is shown us most particularly in his
    • feelings. There are also things which reach even down to the
    • initiation, and he has shown us the initiation of man through the
    • awakening in him, is shown us by Goethe in his
    • shown by the fact that the Ferryman has to refuse it —
    • would become an empty picture, killing all life, as the gold, thrown
    • down by the Will-o'-the-Wisps, killed the Pug-dog. But just think
    • Beautiful Lily, strives on the other to return to her. Unknown forces
    • across the Giant's shadow. We are shown that the Giant, otherwise
    • minds look down with a certain amount of scorn on people who take
    • down his avowal of a spiritual world-conception in monumental words.
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    • disposition and that he began in 1774 to write down the first part
    • world which drags him down. Faust becomes a being placed
    • on his whole life, and once more sat down and described Faust's
    • experience of his own soul. Here are the highest experiences
    • his own inner experience. The time will come when Goethe's Faust
    • theoretical and not worked down into life, the second part is one
    • very little about his own profession at Leipzig, but had occupied
    • sends those forces which stream down from out of the Cosmos to the
    • that has come down to us from the past from those who declare that
    • But anyone who knew Goethe's soul, knew the seed was already sown
    • own sorrow and his own feelings with this figure of Faust?
    • they could find in their own souls. When they raised their
    • other. Man may shrug his shoulders and look down on the minds of
    • in such words. It was felt that he sought in his own breast for the
    • source leading to the depths of life and his own origin, and that
    • he wished to free himself in his own way from the old traditions.
    • magic also known to Goethe, will clearly recognize the book to
    • that exist are only known to one who can look back to a time twenty
    •  Thee, boundless Nature, now make thee, my own.’
    • way, in the centre of his soul, seeking to drag him down through
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    • to grow into the spiritual world. Then we are shown how his soul
    • are under the impression that what they do is prompted by their own
    • souls, and that they make their own resolutions, human acts and
    • us, where we are shown the part played by supernatural powers, and
    • breast in the morning-red, and we are shown how Faust has
    • one possessed, or as a clairvoyant. But how could this be known?
    • something which had been sown as the kernel of initiation already
    • from old Indian or Egyptian descriptions; he was able to put down
    • spiritual world the whole thing breaks down. He must go deeper. We
    • depicts Part II of ‘Faust’ from his own experience. But
    • And now we are shown in that remarkable scene, how, starting from
    • Walpurgis-Night.’ There we are shown the sum of all the
    • grown together with the spiritual world, and that they are at the
    • He is shown how he can wrap himself in the elements of matter, and
    • nature kingdoms. We are shown how the soul has to traverse again
    • plainly depicted. There follows, grandly shown, the
    • down again into the material world. He gets to know in a remarkable
    • ‘Tempter,’ who would drag man down when he has risen a
    • when he has ordered the cottage to be pulled down, from whose site
    • which he does not experience in the physical world, his own death
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    • say that nothing is really known of this. Going still further
    • us first call to mind our own soul-life. I will take an example
    • knew how to experience their own head. And as you, when you
    • in his own head the being of the Earth-planet itself. He said:
    • my own image of the Earth-planet.’ Exactly as our modern man
    • would feel some portion of the surface of the Earth as his own;
    • exits; it has a free opening downwards towards the chest. And
    • downwards, the turning towards the heart. In this he saw an
    • different experience. What we call ‘will’ was quite unknown to
    • conscious and aware of their own humanity in the movement of
    • freely downwards into the chest and reaches down to my heart, I
    • words that he used. Nor did he say: I sit down. If we
    • Sitting down was a Jupiter activity, and lying down, whether
    • spheres. If he went downwards from his head, he passed through
    • the very same experience, only this time within his own being.
    • speak, but was conscious of his own head; he felt the head as
    • time when man had grown together, in his whole life, with the
    • in the memorial he had made. Man had grown together with the
    • finesse, but right out of his own inner being, man had
    • again a heritage come down from the time when rhythmic memory
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    • feeling, such as we have to-day was unknown. A thinking that
    • of the human head, was unknown. So too was the abstract feeling
    • Whole. The man of the present day lives, let us say, in town or
    • town, bricks and mortar meet his gaze on every hand. When he
    • have in our ordinary consciousness was unknown to the man of
    • spirit; for the present-day conceptions were unknown to him.
    • have to-day were unknown then; written characters were in more
    • heaven and understand by that their own land, the Nature that
    • young people, such as I have described, suffered from its own
    • its own evolution.
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    • befell the Earth in the time commonly known as the later Ice
    • Age. It was the last Act in the downfall of the Atlantean
    • leading up to our own time. Of the two earliest of these we
    • relationship with the past; and not alone with his own personal
    • still more so from the man of our own time. Man to-day, in his
    • of their own being quite differently.
    • downward with his physical and etheric bodies, had a connection
    • a certain town in Asia Minor — it is called
    • if I may so express it, sunk down into the physical and
    • along with this condition of soul, where the Ego has drawn down
    • continues to act, although alone, not simply out of his own
    • inspired him, he began to know that the Ego had sunk down into
    • he would sink down into his own inner being. In more modern
    • Mysteries of their own land. The one who is named Eabani in the
    • of all this was that both felt in their own being, as it were,
    • that lived on the Earth required for its own genesis the forces
    • later did it sink down into the soil and become what is known
  • Title: World History: Lecture IV: Atlantean Wisdom in the Mysteries of Hibernia, Gilgamish and Eabani at Ephesus, Logos Mysteries of Artemis at Ephesus
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    • themselves in the human being. For not until our own epoch does
    • have shown you how these personalities lived in the ancient
    • after the truth, the real truth. And he was shown how,
    • of Truth means, in short, that he tears out of him his own
    • the statue that is known as the Artemis (Diana) of Ephesus.
    • humanly-imaged Logos, it was shown to the pupil how the Cosmic
    • his own inner deed, man leads over into life, — to feel
    • breast, the rhythmic vibration goes downwards and passes over
    • kind of air-element, and downwards into a kind of earthly
    • received at Ephesus, when he was shown how in his own speech
    • creative cosmic thought, and downward to the Earth-forces
    • understand aright what was in his own being. ‘Within thee is
    • very deed through that which streams downwards in the fluid
    • still experienced even in later Grecian times, down to the 6th
    • Lamprecht's poem, who in his own way with great devotion,
    • space. The Ether reaches downwards as far as the
    • Earth, then the elementary spirits bring down again the Ether
    • from out of the realm of the Moon, bring it down into these
    • Earth, but is brought down thither by the elementary spirits,
    • Aristotle teach his own immediate pupil.
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    • able, from their own vision, to reveal great and important
    • wood and reaching downwards far and wide into the Earth with
    • evolution on their own account on a lower level than the level
    • let these take root in her, had even given of her own substance
    • connection the human being has with his own childhood. The men
    • out of this Divinity and learning to make use of his own
    • there then to write down as history?
    • the Divine-Spiritual and to set him down in the purely earthly.
    • foundations deep down in the inner connections of the evolution
    • Egypt, are the best known and have had the greatest
    • that was their own, — not a foreign element, a piece of
    • as Alexander's, able to fire others with his own enthusiasm,
    • down to our own time.
    • that run through European history down to the present day.
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    • grown up through the centuries of the Middle Ages and developed
    • on into our own time, a civilisation that has been formed on
    • help of his own conceptions and ideas. We may see a beginning
    • Mysteries, as I have told you, had to be watchful for their own
    • thought does not of course go further back than his own
    • Cosmos. And all this that lived in his soul was true, ‘own
    • can now write down what has happened. History begins. History
    • needed no history books. To write down what happened would have
    • forgotten, and the necessity arose of writing down what
    • manner to write down the great events of the world, — all
    • evolving in his inner being. For every age has its own mission,
    • every age its own task.
    • was already sown for the civilisation based on personality, as
    • from the 3rd or 4th century after Christ and continuing down to
    • our own time, lives his life on Earth entirely outside the
    • that reaches right down to our own day. And now, in our time,
    • came to pass that were later made known to men in the Gospels
    • very moment it was known and beheld clairvoyantly in the
    • down as history.
    • all their own; they read differently from the works of other
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    • What does the newer Natural Science, that has gradually grown
    • In those times, however, something else was known, namely, that
    • told, nothing is known to-day of the real nature of the human
    • man. There are forces that pull downward, — they are
    • disorganisation, the breaking down of the albumen cannot go far
    • down entirely, so that it may submit itself to the forces of
    • the oak in order to get help in the breaking down of its
    • broken down, it holds together too strongly.
    • nourishment, that is, to use them for its own inner
    • her own body imitations of the quartz crystal. A process thus
    • borne man down beneath its weight. Man has looked out upon
    • upon such things, it was known that every time reproduction
    • anything about its own constitution. The so-called normal
    • it slips down into the stomach, the astral body concerns itself
    • begin to act intensively upon it. They break down within you
    • is broken down and destroyed. All life is driven out of it. It
    • an object and do not yourself create your own warmth or cold,
    • create his own inner warmth, but has let the external cold
    • himself with his own activity and his own impulses, but plays
    • broken down and disorganised in order that it may be exposed to
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    • describe how thought and influence streamed down from the
    • there is a word, — a word that has come down to us
    • Among the many and diverse words that have come down to us from
    • too in that which lives in our own inmost selves, — these
    • cloud-filled atmosphere we behold streaming down the warm and
    • when we come to our own time, then that which in earlier ages
    • the well-known legend.
    • conversation, wherein is shown once again — though in a
    • Look, my son, at your own being! You carry about with you a
    • keep the form which belongs to its own being. Your physical
    • where you may be able to bring your own spiritual nature into
    • you have shown to me how earthly man has his own proper element
    • given in these humble and secluded haunts. It is indeed unknown
    • possible for the human soul to link its own nature on to the
    • darkness, and then turn our gaze upon our own times, a deep
    • They found a way to foster what had come down to them from
    • we were able to say to ourselves in the depths of our own
    • Gods. And by a thread of spiritual evolution our own calamity
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    • of the stern Guardian of the Threshold saying: For your own
    • must not draw back when confronted by the shallowness of the
    • that civilisation in its own right can enable men to face and
    • hold their own when confronting the Guardian of the
    • or that town, for if people first see Eurythmy without hearing
    • the practice of medicine people must be shown that ours are the
    • from pain. May our own pain be applied in such a way that a
    • Thine own I
    • Into the feeling of thine own Soul-being.
    • Do thine own I
    • On thine own I
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    • This lecture is also known as,
    • Switzerland. The translator and transcriptionist are unknown.
    • belief are handed down from ancient times. It is not known that
    • in the traditions, in what has been handed down. If they are
    • feels as his own being, in his thinking and feeling, his
    • grown out of this dream-form.
    • outer objects or outer actions, we dive down to a certain depth
    • know that with this thinking life we go farther down than the
    • dive down in the ordinary consciousness, and from which we
    • down in the soul-life there is another level to which we have
    • should get if we were to sit down and draw forth in
    • his temperamental qualities, or of his own character, or
    • etheric world, which contains his own life in mighty pictures
    • that the moving etheric world of his own existence is connected
    • as we can call them forth, by our own activity. In other words,
    • silence of soul in the presence of his own life-tableau. A man
    • the world, where the world is etherically united with one's own
    • now one looks upon what he was before he came down to the
    • world — we carry this into the world and come down again
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    • unknown.
    • diagrammatically, the sleeping condition is well-known to you. That
    • own inner experience to grasp the real true certainty about the
    • because we can, of our own free will add one thought to another.
    • by his Angel, that Angelic Being belonging to his own Ego.
    • body is dumped down; and by day, when man is awake, he loses his
    • They draw down the etheric and astral bodies
    • For that reason the Ordering of Nature and his own ideals appear to
    • Spiritual world there is a sequence of Hierarchies, and down below,
    • occultists of his own Country say: Bentham put forward this purely
    • more so, that, from the side of their Spiritualists, their own
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    • the extent to which we are capable of pulling down in us what
    • processes of growth that are now broken down and destroyed. A
    • processes of growths breaks them down. Man as a rule knows
    • processes It is an inner working at one's own organism and,
    • WE ARE BORN”. For in so far as with our own forces we
    • hand it is essential for our own cycle of time, which follows
    • physical world, we must dive down into what is dying, But
    • summer, livingly with our own soul, we are within the
    • Earth-spirit. So we might say we swing with our own life,
    • with the lesser oscillations of our own life, within the
    • impression of the way in which our own soul-life is
    • spirits must dive down, They can emerge only when the budding
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    • by the lecturer, by an unknown translator. And, it was transcribed
    • by an unknown typist! It is presented here with the kind permission
    • something which you have all known fundamentally for a long
    • parts a man — the ego and astral body down to the
    • occult bases of his own destiny, of his personal worth and
    • this to yourselves: Suppose you lie down after a more or less
    • have the whole process concentrated within your own skin. So
    • know that we are master in our own thought-world, able to
    • thought's own life. Each thought becomes a being. One thought
    • thought-world acquires a life of its own. Why does it acquire
    • a life of its own? What we experience in the ordinary
    • Century; One must say: It is as if laid down afore time in
    • against what is to enter humanity. Spiritual forces come down
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    • Mysteries, man's moral nature was shown in a special way to
    • were shown that freewill can only be developed if a person is
    • the other goes up and down. True balance only exists when the
    • crossbeam is horizontal. They were shown that it is
    • Mysteries the pupils were shown that when a man degenerates
    • into foolhardiness he loses himself and lays aside his own
    • the whole, loses his connection with things. This was shown
    • losing his own individuality is crushed by the objective
    • like a pendulum and by his own inner power able to find the
    • himself, obstinately insisting on his own principles and
    • investigate them, to make the knowledge of them our own. In
    • fulfil our mission. Mighty truths are made known to us, when
    • previous lectures have shown us, that in connection with this
    • streams down from the symbol of the cross, the love which is
    • merely as such, even one's own life one ought to value less
    • what does it matter about my own spiritual development? I
    • neglects his own further development, he renders himself
    • Greek. It can be shown that in the old Greek dramas, for
    • standard for our own actions when we go too far in our
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    • without effect. Are not his works known? Has not an edition of
    • presents this as his own innermost sentiment and believes that
    • he is thereby associating himself with Goethe, who is renowned
    • jurist who has grown up among, and is permeated with, Roman
    • living out of his own nature, free of everything that binds a
    • grasped everything that was then known of the facts of nature
    • year and a half, I think, because in 1848 he had thrown stones
    • thrown stones at an inn, until his present age. In 1873 he was
    • what his own nature really was. Goethe's way of being
    • known in certain circles that were interested in this sort of
    • book sealed with seven seals, into his own present world. Of
    • course, just as little was then known about what Goethe
    • the Sixteenth Century as is known today by many a pastor about
    • public life, the laws and statutes had been handed down like an
    • he was so firmly rooted in his own individuality. On the other
    • reputation. It became well-known rather early,
    • how does man find freedom within his own soul? He devoted
    • comprehensively in his own way in the fairy tale of
    • master his own inner problems. Then, if Faust had been a
    • though they are Goethe's own words.
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    • from its cause. We learn from Goethe's own narrative, from the
    • known that after his death his heart was found to be dried up,
    • has formed forcefully out of his own nature; Karl Moor is an
    • he later reduced to artistic form in Werther. His own
    • creates above his own level. But through the inner state of
    • Is merely their own spirit after all. ...
    • handed down to us, when he must simply recognize the fact that
    • names are not even known any longer. Are not the times past
    • that after this dampening down for ten years there followed a
    • first had to experience his own rejuvenation in Rome. It is for
    • to Faust what he had arrived at in the course of his own
    • You gave me royal nature as my own dominion,
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    • about that so little is known of that vivid state of waking
    • dog fetches a stone when it is thrown, so did the ape produce
    • lay the sheet down in another row, thus performing what seemed
    • been known. Only now has this explanation been furnished again
    • downward into the head and rising out of it. When man's ego and
    • protecting and warming feet. They go their own way in
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    • earth. They will be so modified that man must, out of his own
    • Humanity has now outgrown such things and is exposed to chaos
    • potentialities of grown children to determine whether or not
    • insights derived from these tests are nothing but their own
    • facts, and I imagine they are not congruent with your own
    • one another, seek only their own advantage, and have only
    • age will emerge from what we may describe as our own time's
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    • through all sorts of means that are well-known and need not be
    • ages. We are not simply deprecating our own times in a
    • expression — down into her soul. She lives on and fourteen
    • in the thought that unknown demons work in the subconscious
    • grow in a particular soil before grain has been grown there. In
    • them through their official connections or their own agitation.
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    • understanding. We have all grown up, in a sense, in the
    • have really when a biographer sits down and so forms his
    • in all its narrowness and how it brought forth this
    • who ought to be better known because he is
    • ancient Egyptian temple priests must have known it up to the
    • also possessed of a conviction of his own. Clearly, such a
    • He had proven himself everywhere, and it was well known that he
    • down below on the steps that he had to deliver to her. Well,
    • she put on her dressing gown and he delivered her husband to
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    • correctly in life so that each person is in his or her own
    • Chaldaic-Egyptian, Greco-Latin, our own and what will follow.
    • I have shown you
    • something felt and to a certain extent known for a long time
    • leads to a levelling down. Constant flattening out of life, as
    • own country, said that England was on the way toward becoming a
    • had stated and having in mind the downfall of ancient Rome,
    • traditions handed down from ancient times and derived from
    • their own ranks, are fully convinced that spiritual powers are
    • known how concepts are really formed publicly today in order to
    • went down into the audience and asked one of the ladies — as I
    • bring to light only what they considered suitable for their own
    • goals. Think about it, when it is known how human cycles take
    • make their presence felt through their own denseness which they
    • especially if the methods are known by which certain concepts
    • connection with her own Russian people. Many special efforts
    • way well-known to you, and those brotherhoods that, of course,
    • the right current and use them for their own purposes. Contrast
    • own conviction, most of all, and the introduction of one's own
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    • he took issue with it in a book of his own. The pupil then
    • state. At this university also, he soon became well-known, had
    • this dream, the cathedral had actually burned down.
    • sufficiently so in his own mind, especially since he had to
    • whatever for which I would not exchange my own state if I
    • possession from God or through my own endeavors in my vocation.
    • known from history. Although all sorts of things in the story
    • characteristics and what the human being brings down from the
    • spiritual world through his own individuality as a result of
    • of understanding them. Since it is known to anybody who can
    • observe life, it must be known to every psychiatrist that there
    • children. For example, there is the case of the well-known
    • Academy. This same Littré, a man known throughout the
    • a while a gentleman sat down opposite him whose face struck him
    • because it bore an astonishing likeness to his own. It was
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    • other kingdoms descend from above downward. The individual
    • without understanding, that his own foundation is that of
    • that they look up directly from their own souls to God are
    • their own angel — I say to their own angel because that
    • have come all the way down to man. In his earthly existence
    • what they wish to do is to ascend only to their own god,
    • to their own angel.
    • in surrendering to this phantasm, each speaks of his own god;
    • human being comes to worship his own god, that is to say, his
    • own angel. We already see how strong is the impulse of humans
    • each to worship his own god. During modern times, the union of
    • quite restricted. The emphasis that each places upon his own
    • different in connection with this one word; that is, his own
    • incline is near that leads man downward because he is close to
    • the utter denial of God; that is, the denial of his own angel,
    • have shown you an example of this in the book by Leblais,
    • which the spirit of their own time presents itself to them.
    • brings down upon himself cosmically. A person disinclined to
    • indicated — and means only his or her own angel, but it is
    • know why certain things have been handed down. At best, they
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    • apply himself solely in egoistic fashion to his own creed.
    • recognized if we desire to remove it for our own souls. You
    • the successive descending stages of human evolution down to the
    • made itself known through this ghost, as we may call it, of the
    • known to us from the various mythologies, and whom we call
    • his or her own angel, rather than an archangel. They descend
    • publican, the Christ who is behind him. The Christ sat down
    • the human being endeavored to transcend his own being in order
    • have shown you, what is called the eighth sphere was introduced
    • from an unknown dark feeling, frequently thinks his deceased
    • our own lands, and wish to force upon them the worship of Jesus
    • they themselves must attain its truth by their own power. They
    • manipulate the psychic media one by one for their own specific
    • most renowned scientific personalities of England, the great
    • a picture of Raymond Lodge that was unknown to his family is
    • lead to the events narrated. It is known that Sir Oliver had
    • probably not doubt that the people in America could have known
    • that a renowned scientist has confessed his allegiance to
    • well known that there are numerous brotherhoods who wish to
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    • own that they are thinking of a great world machinery.
    • allowing it to become known. Throughout the further course of
    • its origin to Christianity having come down into all that was
    • their own sphere. Men today do not willingly see into these
    • to their own people and its relation to other peoples. Here
    • present time, are talking utter nonsense about their own
    • from the so-called authority of science than what is known as
    • and of substance. That has grown very near to man's heart. It
    • ladies — two on either side — paint their own
    • these four ladies painting their own pictures in the small
    • disappeared — they have painted their own portraits and
    • here drawn diagrammatically, first above, an image grown
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    • shown as the red circle A, is connected the spiritual which
    • right. What with regard to the head, I have shown here as
    • happened, so what one can jot down of the movements of arms,
    • already known. There is a beautiful saga concerning King
    • little is known of what is connected in a soul-spiritual way
    • at them from the other aide from down there (see right in diagram),
    • own small microcosmic memory a tableau, what otherwise you
    • suppose we have to note down as senses: hearing, speaking,
    • makes his own there lies what lets us see quite clearly all
    • shown by the bourgeoisie with their abstract ideas; the
    • certain cock is moved mechanically up or down in a machine,
    • concepts brought down from the cosmos. Strangely enough in no
    • wielding indeed this great influence but drawing down his
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    • the answer can never be found. Everyone has to own this after
    • life must receive enlightenment when we can really get down
    • century. Men had concepts that came down out of ancient
    • has taken his substance from the region known in my book
    • shown that man's head points to the past whereas the
    • his own body (that is why the red strokes are isolated).
    • heritage down to the nineteenth century — abstract
    • and all good will, and not be bound down by programmes and
    • towns of Europe and brought about something of an American
    • this catastrophic present. Time has shown who was working
    • is not a question today of sitting oneself down to cram (as
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    • and its methods of thought as presenting a downright ideal;
    • to bow down to a world-conception which from first to last is
    • science allows of no bowing down to theories, and
    • facts tell their own tale and to allow them their due weight.
    • who owned 30 banks and over 30 long lines of rail, besides a
    • suicide of their own free will, — insofar as one can
    • favourable or unfavourable; how upward or downward tendencies develope
    • made downright intolerable by these cri-cris. But
    • it is at the back of our present down-slide; and it is a
    • go on helping to hurry us full steam into the downfall. And
    • down into all the details of life.
    • gaining in importance, which proceed from a man's own soul.
    • thought out in their own minds a doctrine of the
    • For it is quite a mistaken view to think, that down below
    • shell which the spiritual life has thrown out, and which
    • its own independent basis of development, in the same way as
    • independently, each on its own basis. The unity is then an
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    • that can be put up and down at convenience; and then begins
    • of our conversation it came out, that, simply from his own
    • through their own practical thinking on business matters, to
    • should be boiled down into a general mess, and drained off
    • really a great deal here, which was thrown to the winds,
    • their own brains, and think what ought really to be done.
    • — would have held out a hand, would have shown us some
    • with this much understanding, planted themselves down across
    • the sleepiness of our fellow-humanity has grown any less of
    • late. Things are taken up, even in our own movement, from an
    • spiritual life upon its own footing. And in reply, somebody
    • own lack of freedom, who take the State-educational ideas,
    • own inner freedom, and have not the faintest notion of how
    • everywhere you see towns and villages, and in all these towns
    • that everything, which in those days was founded on its own
    • prepared to do new work from their own quite inner and
    • — to lick one's fingers over one's own cleverness, and
    • ‘organised’ from above downwards, where, instead
    • have thrown ourselves so completely into the propaganda for
    • further, so long as, even in our own circles, people discuss
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    • from its own viewpoint and it thinks it recognizes not only the
    • beyond the point it attains if simply left to its own natural
    • organ introduced a kind of unknown quantity into the soul life,
    • there with every conceivable effort of our own consciousness,
    • sense that we are directed toward our own consciousness, our
    • own soul activity.
    • somewhere in the air, it falls down. If in looking at the outer
    • approach who has a high opinion of his own book wisdom. I
    • in the pictures, having only strengthened our own self, but
    • objective spiritual world makes itself known in spiritual
    • sleep, the physical body follows only its own laws, which have
    • now enter into what made itself known in inspiration, we enter
    • Although it is well known to many of you after all the lectures
    • imagination which arises as a matter of course in its own
    • upon our own powers for producing a particular kind of
    • the truth will find its own way through the narrowest cracks in
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    • apply to its own historical evolution, was it in any way
    • German historian, came to about his own German nation. He has
    • directs his view to the example of his own nation. I can only
    • from all sides, even in the primitive art that has come down to
    • finally with the way knighthood and town life evolved.
    • me compare it with Wilson's view of his own American people. It
    • that has grown to such proportions today, nor anything other
    • Wilson laid down. On the other, I read what Hermann Grimm said
    • He is seeking a science of soul applicable to his own times.
    • historical research grown accustomed to? What has Karl
    • found in their own people than can be discovered today purely
    • life. Then was shown how the soul can free itself from the
    • we take in wander down into some indefinite sphere, wander
    • remain; it is temporary. What exists down below and is shaped
    • through the continuation of our own memory. It is true that it
    • growing and at puberty. The body and the soul then go their own
    • personal experience. I was shown the significance of the
    • unites with our physical organism and that comes down from the
    • imagination and inspiration reach down into our
    • in the 18th century. Not much is known about this. He
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    • effort in his own thinking, even told his students at the
    • those worlds where the real being of man can be known, or, as
    • own activity. Perhaps we do not often notice this
    • intensification of his own experience. And it is in
    • There is a well-known occurrence in the life-story of the poet
    • what it has thought, we very soon become aware how our own
    • have their own inner life and that if they were to lead their
    • own lives, then our soul life would, through this inner life of
    • into being only in our own time. For everything that comes into
    • everyone knows from his own trivial observation of life
    • consciousness of our own life, — that even this
    • by our own conscious intention. Having acquired the requisite
    • begins like the pain of a refutation of our own soul life, that
    • what exists through heredity and impress our own organization
    • our own consciousness. We see then that in our everyday lives
    • vanity more by ascribing it all to our own gifts — and
    • of senses. In our spirit-soul experience only our own soul can
    • of our own spiritual being that belongs to this spiritual
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    • leads beyond the world of the senses and develops its own
    • universe is to be truly known.
    • descend into its own depths, and to discover there what cannot
    • of our own human soul life.
    • use our own limbs very imperfectly, or were quite unable to
    • case can only be shown in practice, and this is what
    • observer of his own thought should really say: The expression,
    • in a sense we look back on our own physical organism and regard
    • occupies the soul from outside or from within, and by one's own
    • upon one, but of developing the soul's own strength through
    • and stream down into his physical organism. A man who suffers
    • devote himself by his own individual choice, with the
    • attentiveness he develops by his own decision, to that content
    • I have experienced in an increased measure my own I within the
    • system. This is known through inner experience. One knows when
    • within the soul. With or without our own decision, a few memory
    • by one's own decision with absolute clarity like a
    • one's consciousness through one's own decision, and upon which
    • its own content that it is something utterly different from
    • down into our organism, how it stimulates the muscles and takes
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    • the mystery of man, changes its own finer qualities from epoch
    • own day, which has culminated in the controlling of the world
    • viewpoint it happens to come, usually construct their own
    • down? If we are really positive thinkers we cannot permit
    • Adolf Roland says: According to everything that can be known
    • human mystery to what can be known to our ordinary
    • Naegeli therefore proves by means of his own scientific
    • complete way. I myself often heard from Haeckel's own lips that
    • aspects in his Theory of Color, which is still looked down upon
    • its own nature. It can produce the experience of seriousness
    • these images have to remain present, deep down in the
    • up to is something we have not known before — something
    • our experience and laying hold of an unknown sphere of merely
    • referred to the fact that an unknown soul quality is to be
    • refuted. It was shown how from the viewpoint which a
    • that those who do not adopt their own attitude could not
    • undergone a downward evolution, the human being has
    • such a way that they are sent out as messengers into an unknown
    • Hertwig's own words to show the real nature of the
    • oracle, and can draw his own conclusions concerning social,
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    • children have made this Eurhythmy Art their own. They really
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    • necessities, unless they can rise in their own evolution to
    • of their own Will. And in the future it is a question of
    • otherwise the earth simply faces its downfall.
    • cosmic environment and of his own life.
    • have known, differed from the beginning. One can distinguish
    • European civilisation there is a special culture of its own
    • absolutely incapable of managing its own Economic Life, of
    • developing its own economic thinking. The East would come
    • course of development as the proper course laid down for
    • simply to external human utility, from out of his own
    • problem thrown up politically by the French Revolution, they
    • life of man in this way, down to the very details.
    • outlines, so as one can follow these things down to the
    • shown you in general outline; but I will rest content with
    • before the world, but inverted, turned upside down, as it
    • were. These are plants which have grown on the soil on which
    • certain brute force works within his own sphere regardless of
    • serve to promote his own particular objects. From this
    • untruth, the consequences of these things have shown
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    • The Responsibility of Man for World Evolution, and is also known as,
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    • The Responsibility of Man for World Evolution, and is also known as,
    • far more inward connection with his own planet, as such than
    • that which shines down on to our Earth as the world of the
    • between birth and death. Through everything which shines down
    • less connection, with that which shines down to us from the
    • aspect. Indeed we must admit that both when we look down on
    • looks up or down, I must therefore call it illusion; the
    • re-birth the possibility threatens us of being drowned in
    • was laid down in them. They want to be that now. Therefore
    • nature of the Cosmos. That which shines down to us, which
    • too strongly into the Earth, if, as it were we grown so
    • down in the world, and thus become something which here on
    • within the sphere of man's own decision, and already, under
    • voluptuaries entirely absorbed in their own
    • holy doctrine of the East, but which today has grown far away
    • which would batten them down with authoritative power, and
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    • The first lecture is also known as,
    • which the matter is treated. When in Dornach I sit down and
    • not just putting down something thought out theoretically but
    • out, the lecturer°s own opinions being thrown in the
    • speaks, not to the brains of his audience but out of his own
    • except my being laughed down, It is not the point today to
    • who criticise him up hill and down dale without going at all
    • among the various religions handed down from olden times.
    • spiritual science that has grown out of actual modern
    • approaching not an upward but a downward development. If out
    • to our own time these three higher kingdoms had indeed a
    • produce them of his own free will, he did so instinctively
    • benefit of their own evolution. Now they have man at this
    • towards the spirit through his own powers of recognition. He
    • complete and out of his own powers he has now to seek union
    • so on, but he cannot justify himself, he just owns up to
    • for life. For example, I candidly own that when I consider
    • out of the truth of their own souls. Words are not enough
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    • respond to such an appeal I do not write down any theoriee I
    • Constantinople had laid down that man consists of body and
    • the influence of that Church Dogma laid down in the 9th
    • not recognise that just as from his body downwards exist the
    • of these Beings. Man could not of his own free will induce
    • before them which was necessary for the sake of their own
    • connection, and man must now, out of his own free-will, waken
    • spirit out of his own free knowledge. He must, in a certain
    • impulses of their own religious faiths should be taken
    • the present time. We must own that all we do individually,
    • But the image of man is completed, and out of his own
    • feeling and perceiving of one's own Self in the Spirit.
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    • portion of Europe was comprised — namely his own land and
    • extended by the fact of a break in the journey at some town
    • increased every time he gets out of the train at some town
    • of the experiences he has had in the different towns is a
    • are comparable to the experiences which a man has in towns
    • space but really no more that that. In the well known work of
    • this fact is put down as a fool! It is scientific to believe
    • with their own “healthy” sense. This is really
    • today can recognise as fact, through his own consciousness
    • Children and grown up people are quite satisfied to be lulled
    • forget everything that may be known about academic
    • known in our days that if one is to be able to bless rightly
    • or to become a town councilor! They are supposed to be
    • they are as grown up people, and do not realise that good
    • to another town today — you will have had something to
    • settle down comfortably into cultural evolution, especially
    • offended, but in a certain town a man had occasion to lecture
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    • This lecture is also known as,
    • thereby he loses his own Ego, for the Ego does not belong to
    • material world. And as he looks into his own being he
    • us to-day and our own place in the world. To begin with we
    • to his own life. It is often the destiny of human beings to
    • by his own efforts. The assimilation of Spiritual
    • Spiritual shines down upon you.
    • dream, we experience without the element of our own gravity,
    • which the human being has experience:, but his own gravity is
    • into the light nor from sense perception down into gravity.
    • downwards — the force which gives the whole Earth form.
    • world-riddle. But inasmuch as we experience our own gravity,
  • Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
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    • unknown, as is the date of publication.
    • by one's own understanding and reason — when there is a
    • in some way or other, its roots must go deep down into
    • presence known. It arises within the super-physical, the
    • life, out of certain regions of the soul far down in the
    • have to go deeper down into this life of the soul to discover
    • bear something within it which, if left to its own life,
    • would be quite different. It cannot pursue its own life,
    • to speak of it even in our own soul) that we have been
    • nature's own process.
    • subconscious, as opposed to what I have shown to be more an
    • worn down. But a man has within him, often very decidedly so,
    • this breaking down of nature into the physical-superphysical
    • breaking down of nature into what is physical-superphysical
    • possibility of imitating anything in nature, being in its own
    • in its inherent element becomes its own content and form,
    • through their own needs be brought to realise more and more
  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • is unknown, as is the date of publication. From Bn/GA 271.
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    • The translation was made by an unknown translator. The transcriptionist
    • is unknown, as is the date of publication.
    • Spiritual Science. On the other hand it is also widely known
    • surrender to sense-impressions and to his own mental pictures
    • own power, completely to disregard any impression from the
    • themselves into curves and the like through their own
    • vague ... but speech gets its own back in the very sound of such
    • will; he can sink down into this realm and then speak of
    • relationship with our own being and with the material reality
    • impregnates, saturates itself, within its own bodily natures
    • downwards, forces the blood into the veins of the lower part
    • is not right for us, in our epoch, to sink down in this
    • streams downwards and, through exercises of the will, what
    • streams upwards. We confront the upward and downward currents
    • the process of radiation, the current that flows downwards
    • point our own balance or equilibrium is inserted into the
    • architectonic principle. When the nerve current downwards
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    • Your own I
    • To the sensing of your own soul's being:
    • Your own I
    • On your own I
    • Stone. In the end he toned down the direct approach to the
    • toned-down version to be the one used exclusively within members'
    • “toned-down”, but made available to everyone who feels
  • Title: Lecture: Human Knowledge and Its Significance for Man and the Cosmos
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    • all, light must be thrown on this fact, because otherwise it would be
    • much, and what we thus learn forms part of what is known as the substance
    • world are lost, in a certain respect, so far as our own evolution is
    • and not nearly so much by observation of the external world. Our own
    • nothing directly to do with the onward course of their own stream of
    • All the truth that a human being makes his own, all the knowledge he
    • world—at that very moment the Christ came down from the spiritual
    • in man. In our own day this feeling is something that we must acquire
    • age during which they have grown into materialism. But they must heal
    • grains of wheat that are sown in the soil. But Knowledge that
  • Title: Anthroposophical Ethics ... St. Francis, Lecture III
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    • Mysteries, man's moral nature was shown in a. special way to
    • were shown that freewill can only be developed if a person is
    • the other goes up and down. True balance only exists when the
    • crossbeam is horizontal. They were shown that it is
    • Mysteries the pupils were shown that when a man degenerates
    • into foolhardiness he loses himself and lays aside his own
    • the whole, loses his connection with things. This was shown
    • losing his own individuality is crushed by the objective
    • like a pendulum and by his own inner power able to find the
    • himself, obstinately insisting on his own principles and
    • investigate them, to make the knowledge of them our own. In
    • fulfil our mission. Mighty truths are made known to us, when
    • previous lectures have shown us, that in connection with this
    • streams down from the symbol of the cross, the love which is
    • merely as such, even one's own life one ought to value less
    • what does it matter about my own spiritual development? I
    • neglects his own further development, he renders himself
    • Greek. It can be shown that in the old Greek dramas, for
    • standard for our own actions when we go too far in our
    • demands, when we seek our own gain too much. It acts as a
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    • unknown to them.
    • had never experienced birth and death in their own worlds. For
    • handed down in the Old Testament give the human being no
    • with His own divine soul through earthly birth and earthly
    • Much of the Mystery of Golgotha has become known to human
    • — something has occurred in My own being with which ye
    • can imbue your own selves, provided ye are willing to gain the
    • their own spheres — and that this God had united Himself
    • insight into the eternal in his own soul.
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    • other words, did not need for their own further progress to
    • own etheric body was also preserved in the spiritual world; for
    • etheric bodies belonging to the Hebrew people, Shem's own
    • with his own astral body an astral copy of the astral body of
    • with their etheric bodies, not Jesus' own etheric body, but
    • dissociation is shown to us in that wonderful poem of the 9th
    • century, known as the Heliand poem, which
    • reigned from 814–840, and which was written down by an
    • appeared Who is known as Christ Jesus; that other spiritual
  • Title: Eternal Soul of Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • scientific methods set down, but not just to those points from
    • will be shown whether such a second awakening as I have
    • for the mathematical sciences; so it is known exactly and
    • the work is to bring forward your own soul forces. In this
    • human being can have, his own earth lives suddenly appearing
    • we cannot understand our own words. Then, removed from the
    • of the soul one is inflamed when one compares his own
    • simultaneous spiritual world events, one's own spiritual and
    • the secrets of our own being.
    • we carry across our own existence into that existence. We need
    • unknown being through love. If love — at a higher level,
    • as an idea continues down into our limbs as an idea, so that we
    • Then it all goes down into an unconscious state. Then the idea
    • human being only slightly, when he brought them down with the
    • Just as one has grown accustomed to accept
    • ordinary memory. One must use all of his strength to bring down
    • what he beholds in the spiritual world, to bring this down to
    • things if I did not try by all means to bring down what arises
    • to really bring these thought-words down into physically
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  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: The Significance of Supersensible Knowledge Today
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    • it would sin against its own fundamental principle, which is
    • progress, it must spring from the vigorous life of their own
    • inherent possibility in our own culture must be widened and
    • own foundation, seeks to understand all religions. It wishes
    • that spring from our own culture.
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    • evaluation of the sagas and myths handed down since ancient
    • which expresses a fundamental truth, is known as the Hermetic
    • is not known whether it is on an ascending or descending line
    • composition of blood will be known to you from science in
    • achieve the crowning glory of evolution: the enhancement and
    • light will be thrown on them from a different aspect. In
    • shown later. Those who wish to find another name only show
    • initiate spoke the “Name of the Unknown God”; the
    • only capable of sensing itself. It is only aware of its own
    • boundaries of its own being. This fact is most interesting,
    • of animal it belongs, as each kind has its own specific bone
    • consciousness does not reach down far enough to experience
    • down consciously into the sympathetic nervous system, while
    • now contributed its own inner experiences.
    • being able to form his or her own pictures of the external
    • own being.
    • depicted ancestors' experiences as if they were his own. A
    • person could remember not only his own childhood, but his
    • and his forefathers' physical experiences as his own. When
    • referred not only to personally known events but also to
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  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture III: The Origin of Suffering
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    • contemplates his own life, as well as life in general,
    • to experience the suffering of others as if it were his own.
    • experiencing another person's suffering as one's own. But
    • only sees spirit where it appears as a kind of crown on
    • call himself “I.” This is the crown of his
    • new substances are formed and old ones thrown off. But life
    • life-force, causing a breaking down of tissue. Consciousness
    • We have shown
    • the connection between them has broken down due to illness,
    • compassionate out of his own free will, not because of some
    • we absorb and make our own what lies beyond our own self.
    • another into our own. Therefore, at the highest level
    • story of Job, pain and suffering are shown to lead to greater
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VI: Education in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • to say “I,” makes the human being the crown of
    • person the crown of creation. This fourfold entity has always
    • been known in esoteric schools as the “quaternity of
    • breathe an atmosphere of happiness and joy, even down to
    • the child's own circle, perhaps that of a revered relative.
    • beings were spiritual beings and had come down to earth from
    • developing and educating the young generations. We have shown
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture V: Illness and Death
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    • from whom the Old and New Testaments originated looked down
    • endowed with its own inclinations, and its own impulses to
    • similarities; each kingdom has its own specific
    • “I” makes human beings the crown of creation, for
    • work together within human beings right down into the
    • factors. These are not built up by his own principles, but
    • own physical principle, whose particular task is to build up
    • dwindles, the body hardens, and the pulse slows down. Thus,
    • consuming its own foundation as the flame consumes the wood.
    • the fact that it absorbs its own foundation. The root of
    • the healer even enlists his own body in the quest for
    • incorporates the poison into his own organism, thus making
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VII: Education and Spiritual Science
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    • makes different demands, it is useless to lay down general
    • create a life of its own, not draw it from outside. What the
    • should not merely be shown and described, the child should
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VIII: Insanity in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • Christianity arose, the same sect was known as the Essenes.
    • spiritual: One evening in a small town, a strange light was
    • of conversation all over the town. As no natural explanation
    • Every human being has his own
    • imaginative wisdom. The plant then discerns its own image in
    • night she decided to take her own life and swallowed as many
    • have a natural ability to turn the merely known into vivid
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture X: Stages in Man's Development in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • has resounded to mankind down the ages like a summons to
    • knowledge within his own being. Rightly understood, the call
    • to spiritual sight, are not part of a person's own nature,
    • from the mother's ether body. Because the child's own ether
    • been breast-fed by their own mother, while 26 to 30 percent
    • other people; the ether body also widens beyond its own race
    • wise. It was well-known in ancient times that in public life
    • develop a life of its own. The human being becomes more and
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XI: Who are the Rosicrucians?
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    • known — made journeys at the end of the fifteenth and the
    • what study of it signifies, is known only to initiates.
    • known as the Rosicrucians. These two publications were followed
    • In fact, right up to our own time, it has been impossible to
    • known can one make any sense of what is found in the often
    • this fact that we have preserved up to our own time a
    • it was first inaugurated, certain rules were laid down for
    • recognized by outsiders. Never to let it be known that one is
    • philosophers of great renown tell us that human beings cannot
    • Rosicrucianism, this is known as self-created thinking.
    • manner in the reader. In this way a person makes his own
    • knowledge and has made one's own thoughts that follow one
    • that in human beings are situated downwards. Human beings are
    • inverted plants. A person turns downwards and covers up in shame
    • indicated by plant, animal and human are known as the cross.
    • downward, the human being the upward pointing section of the
    • before his mind of the plant with its head downward and the
    • with that of the plant. Man, the plant turned upside down,
    • stage is known as the preparation of the philosopher's
    • future a person will be able to transform within his own
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    • of something obscure. In comparison with what is known as the
    • crystal clear. Having now shown that the two kinds of
    • by error and delusion is all too well-known to someone who
    • help us to understand and to appreciate on his own terms a
    • science recognizes that what is known today as art and
    • Egypt, India or Persia, or to our own Germanic origin,
    • nothing is known save what spiritual science has to say.
    • itself in its own creation. This descent and resurrection of
    • nature. Man in his own movements copied those in nature.
    • dance became an art form in its own right, and poetry
    • only had to look at his own inner being to recognize the
    • on their own are incapable of expressing things of deeper
    • race that preceded our own — a humanity that existed on
    • We are shown
    • To thee is known
    • It is said that to thee All things are known.
    • higher aspect of his being. Hence, the Walkyries are shown to
    • their own lives in their own way.
    • account; someone chosen as leader might be completely unknown
    • own.
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  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XIII: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • today is known to every educated person. From the spiritual
    • Christian faith, turns to the four Gospels known as the
    • that differ from their own is not the equivalent of doubting
    • who said: “What is known today as Christian religion is
    • than the latter to the lowest of its own species, it is equally
    • unknown beyond. In those days heaven was understood to be
    • handed down by word of mouth, of the rules of initiation.
    • These rules were not permitted to be written down. They
    • indications are not written down, but imparted directly to
    • use certain things were written down. But there always
    • codex of initiation always existed or was at least known by
  • Title: An Impulse for the Future
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    • which refused to bow down to the Church princes and Council
    • of the talk being noted down, but not in his words. He stressed that
    • is shown by the Johannes building [in Munich].
    • to have its own substance.
    • own recognition of our spiritual stream, and thereby the sovereignty
    • that they come on their own.
    • further nominations had been made known, one of the people who had
  • Title: Article/Lecture: West-East Aphorisms
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    • unconscious sleep, and would have been psychically drowned.
    • religion developed its own being, and only beauty still continued united
    • knowledge. Art was transferred to its own world. Religion, the source of
    • independent mistress of its own field in man's soul. Thus did the spiritual
    • reality within his own soul. The Western man speaks of the world of ideas
    • own inner nature in order to seek for the spirit. There the spirit was still
    • spirit through his own inner nature, as the ancient man of the East looked
    • “World” and radiates into the world of his own thought
    • down to man. in the West, it has become the human word. It must find the
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    • is, at first, unknown to the ordinary human consciousness.
    • us by our own effort this art of forming thoughts about the
    • thought-life through his own effort. The Orientals had a
    • own accord. He obtained his world-picture in the form of an
    • life-conditions, or in the way he has grown into a
    • own views in the face of old traditions in the world. This is
    • whenever he looks within his own being and beholds his
    • to-day. The scholar of to-day must necessarily from his own
    • his own belief in human desires, instincts and impulses. He too
    • movements. This is not known to the man of to-day through his
    • during his waking life man's own natural development no
    • inspired by his thoughts. To-day, man forms his own thoughts,
    • such development, enabling him to recognise out of his own
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    • Translator is unknown
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    • through the stage of humanity, and they came down to the Earth
    • could create differentiated tribes among men by sending down
    • by Christ Jesus. What unites men came down to the earth through
    • we could look down upon the earth from a distant star, through
    • One will come, Who will bring the Kingdoms of Heaven down to
    • certain moment, the initiate saw a certain scene: His own
    • Easter. Jesus sat down with the Twelve and inaugurated the Holy
    • earth, all men will have absorbed what I brought down to the
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    • its own cycle, namely the great cosmic year mentioned by
  • Title: Spiritual Relations in the Configuration of the Human Organism: Lecture I
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    • and the ego have flown together. And it is the same with the astral
    • What I have shown you here
    • from above downward) from the senses going inside, goes a forming force.
    • wanted to trace this down for you I would have to say: Coming from the
    • upward of the thrusts coming from the kidney system and the downward
    • the living water — in such a way that his own inner life presents itself
    • place, then all kinds of images will form in there and the well-known
    • coming from the head is working, that wants to slow down these processes,
    • itself only through the fact that we can call ourselves completely grown
    • have their own course and the veins join in again (diagram red), so
    • to hold back if you want to slow it down. And so it is inside the eye.
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    • up into his own organism what we call substances from nature, from the
    • process is very well known today. We take up the food — staying
    • us our own laws. We cannot, let us say, eat cabbage, cannot let it arrive
    • of by our own etheric body, so that it can be revived again. Life of
    • that they are taken up by our own etheric body. But now they would have
    • I have shown you now how
    • the outer substances into our own etheric organization. From thereon
    • his own organic system in such a way that it can be taken up into his
    • astral and his own etheric being and into his ego-system.
    • they are tuned down. The “spleen” is nothing other than
  • Title: Spiritual Relations in the Configuration of the Human Organism: Lecture III
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    • home before he came down to earth. He does not quite fit into the earthly
    • For example — we sit down at the table and have plates and forks and
    • downy, soft. Thus he experienced the light of the plants in an absolute
    • to know something the earlier times had known in an exact way. Today
    • What was therefore known
    • precisely by this necessity and it may be especially shown in something
    • sent upwards or also forwards or downwards by the kidneys' system. From
    • to a diagnosis in such a way that he likes best to trace down the contours
    • as I have shown you already — still through the forces of the
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture I: The Past Shows Us a Picture of Necessity
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    • souls. If we look at world events and our own actions, feeling,
    • course of events with our own will as much as we can. In short,
    • clergyman let it be known — and it should be alright to
    • the old town hall in Prague there is a remarkable clock that
    • prevent any other town from having one like it. So he had the
    • wanted to keep the clock exclusively for his own town, and this
    • compelled to come down to the earth from the cosmos
    • own in which events are arranged in a totally different
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture II: The Legend of the Prague Clock
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    • at the very moment when the rock falls down.” According
    • apparently remote example of the clock in the old town hall of
    • Prague town hall was made beautifully by a simple man who
    • not allow anything like it to be made in any other town. So he
    • grown accustomed to accepting rigid necessity as the
    • apart from our own life situation, for instance, Goethe
    • to the artist who made the old Prague town hall clock. He put
    • his own state of moral wavering.
    • series of good deeds must be put down in their karma. And one
    • could begin to wonder how each of one's own deeds should be
    • his work of art. That is what will have to be put down in his
    • This critical opinion was written down in 1822 by a certain
    • Faust enjoys an usurped and unmerited renown that
    • not because I wish to rival this renown that I am compelled to
    • wintry effect on the devil, but to be thrown into the sewer of
    • happened if this man, who said that his own fifth grade teacher
    • concerning events possessing their own intrinsic value. I
    • about an event needing to be looked at on its own merit.
    • one thing arising from another. We look at our own deeds and
    • one-sided. In what follows it will be shown that each view is
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    • “Well, during the holidays I noted down carefully all the
    • natures produced its own results. I cannot say more than
    • anyone wishing to set his own wisdom above that of the gods
    • nor applying criticism to what I encountered as my own past, I
    • will present the schoolwork I have written down; I will give
    • growing up. Through the way he is growing up, it can be shown
    • down in us centuries before, and unites them on a spiritual
    • the object and yourself. In that case you see your own eyes. If
    • you want to see the object, you must renounce seeing your own
    • eyes, and if you want to see your own eyes, you must renounce
    • seeing one's own eyes only if one renounces seeing something
    • one must renounce seeing one's own eyes. Take this illustration
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    • is past, including our own actions, belongs to the realm of
    • impulse I gave it and directed its own course accordingly. The
    • perceiving their own eyes and not what is outside. If one
    • perceives one's own eye because it is incorrectly constructed
    • I will make up my own language!” And he sets about
    • like the kind of thing that came down from the spiritual world
    • Goethe looked down from above and prepared in his inner
    • within him through looking down from the spiritual world. For
    • left to his own freedom. Thus, where the physical body is
    • the present cycle of humanity. Thus out of our own free will we
    • physical plane, and has to recognize its own necessity. The
    • down toward us.
    • things will come for the future. To make this thought our own,
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • that he could mean your I. He can only mean his own
    • seeing our physical body. Thus we see our own I as
    • their own organism. They will consider it a superstition that
    • compulsion. People will not get up of their own accord,
    • physical plane has its own colors.
    • draws its own conclusions, what will it arrive at? Dreaming
    • spiritual science, he falls down just like a somnambulist who
    • beyond his own mental images of the outer world. What is
    • find it.” Down in the organism is where the will is
    • have to be shown in order to prove the existence of the
    • metaphorically speaking, he falls down with a loud thud as a
    • it makes my head spin.” Which means he plops down with a
    • fall down only because we cannot understand * outer processes
    • of people who follow our own way, and who want to present
    • can track down the logic this contains by translating
    • will, the will is really not there. I have shown you what the
    • unknown like a thought one searches and cannot find. This will
  • Title: Social Question as a Problem: Lecture I: The Inner Experience of Language
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    • willed by heaven, sent down as messages in the subconscious
    • thrown overboard. We must once more cultivate this making of
    • we would not be able to have any clear idea of our own self,
    • conception. We can make this experience our own on watching
  • Title: Social Question as a Problem: Lecture II: The Inner Experience of Language
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    • unknown transcriptionist.
    • cultivates imagination. Each one of us must seek his own
    • will be felt as gifts that come down to the folk genius
    • separate, as has been shown you from various points of
    • word from one's own language is taken to mean exactly the
    • down, the indication of something placing itself on the
    • matters which we must make our own from now on into the
    • learning to speak a heritage brought down from the
    • world before they came down to earth; mingled with it is what
    • hear the divine powers as they make themselves known through
    • have noticed that language has an inner life of its own; but
    • spiritual world colored by their own emotions, here
    • one-sidedly and falsely — that is shown by his
    • divine ego with his own ego, feeling the macrocosm in the
    • arrows). This in the middle, drawn in brown, is rayed
    • one's own person and turned one's gaze to the great question
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • judgment entirely in accordance with their own knowledge. It is not
    • thoughts of Walther Rathenau, (see Z-269) I have recently shown that
    • of the world. Within our own ranks today far too many are to be found
    • to this seriousness, preferring to be occupied with their own worthy
    • happen within their own territory, they make their mind easy. The author
    • Menschenrätsel) the superior schooling shown in the philosophical
    • theology. In this respect one must own that the literature, the theological
    • of concepts, shown by the people who lack training is never to be found
    • be of the opinion that because good schooling is shown, the whole thing
    • can be shown between man and animal. Modern men do not in the least
    • think upside down. For instance I was once going down a street in Zurich,
    • of its own shadow. He of course saw the horse's shadow thrown on the
    • I say — the horse's soul, nor what was going on in his own soul.
    • differs far less from the handed down creeds of individual religions than
    • the Guardian of the Threshold, either through his own vision or through
    • It is quite well known to natural scientists that the eyes of lower
    • his own breast organism and extremities organism. In man the breast
    • the head organism; man stands with his heed on his own earth. In the
    • in their own private world. Man in his use of the tools of his senses
    • does this mean? It means, as I have shown you several times, that we are
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    • divine. It is just this which I have always attacked—this watered-down
    • Thus it is shown how the
    • a man, a Jesuit, who has either been made apathetic where his own reflections
    • look only to the needs of their own soul and have no wish to extend
    • perception are shut off and God is the chief agent, when, in his own
    • St. John of the Cross wrote these things down, before the age of the
    • outlook? Whether they admit it or not all men are that nowadays down
    • to perceive that the desire has flown simply to observe in the outer
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    • outer manifestation of his own essential being and enters into actual
    • grown at a later stage of evolution. As you know, man's position in
    • kingdom and in his own human kingdom. This is what is visible around
    • in animals either—not even in his own being as man, where then
    • for having ideas, into action, in the conception he loses his own identity.
    • ground gives you the feeling, akin to the will, but watered-down will,
    • never be able to stand firm, I should have to sink down; and as I do
    • in the spiritual realm? Why have I been enticed down to earth at all?
    • came into a sphere where it seemed—as if certain beings had flown
    • these beings are lacking. And if one comes down through birth, these
    • are only able to perceive what is living down here in banishment. But
    • in animals and men you then experience what does not exist down here,
    • science in its own domain has a perfect right not to trouble itself
    • how the matter stands; it is shown by men's reluctance to think. They
    • have impulses able to create the social structure, have come down to
    • own life, penetrate this life of yours with the thought which is thus
    • to your individual selves, you would be able to progress to your own
    • where he should become clear about his own personal being. In this longing,
    • not get away from the conception of his own self; he often talks of
    • the good will to come to Spiritual Science with their own thinking,
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    • of rising slowly and gradually, in accordance with what his own karma
    • individual in his own inmost soul, a question to which each one will
    • perfectly well known to us, namely, how we as men behave when we bear
    • and plunge down into our physical body and etheric body. We are still
    • look at the stone, your eyes can bear the reflected, thrown back light.
    • look at the softened down light of the sun because direct sunlight blinds
    • softened down form from our body and its organs, because we should be
    • as things would be experienced in streaming sunlight but in light thrown
    • experience may be drowned. People cry out and make a noise at any kind
    • the pain; it is really drowning the suffering, sending it outside. In
    • were his own, that every child cannot behave to all other women, all
    • human nature is fundamentally weighed down by evil—from the standpoint
    • is very narrow. Its narrowness is shown in particular by the extraordinary
    • a fact, a fact well known to quite a number of you, that is to say,
    • the effect of this fact is well known to a number of you; this fact
    • research suitable for the present age were totally unknown in that circle.
    • narrowness of man's horizon speaks in things of this kind. Even in so
    • it was shown up as mere charlatanism! And now another has arisen, again
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    • follow the stream flowing from this mystery down into the most recent
    • times. The fruitfulness of anthroposophical knowledge can be shown in
    • through nature. Then, to crown what he is able to gain by his perception
    • ancient times by the way which man out of his own bodily nature becomes
    • the contemplation, of nature to the crowning point of her edifice—the
    • Book of Job. In this Book of Job we are particularly shown how, purely
    • of Golgotha took place man had arrived at his own conception of himself.
    • remain still. And why? It is because by falling down, as the physicist
    • through its own inertia it swings to the other side.
    • through the pendulum's own inertia but is then exhausted. This is a
    • There we are shown how on Golgotha, on the scene of world-history, there
    • countries of the fourth post-Atlantean epoch, known to us as the Greco-Latin
    • The relation of the Christ to some kind of unknown God did not much
    • until, for its part, it had brought forth out of its own flesh and blood,
    • the barbarian natures of the north, out of their own flesh and blood,
    • wrong we do, wrong to world evolution as well as to our own hearts,
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    • to come up and down here—I believe that from the keenness with
    • by her in friendship and devotion, have shown in every case of this
    • to Nature, must in honesty gradually come to own that he does not understand
    • Jesus of Nazareth in the event of Golgotha. There mankind was shown—the
    • what they are now, perhaps from scholars they will have grown into human
    • was organised by men, by personalities, who really had not grown out
    • is nothing but the shadow thrown by Goethe on his surroundings, the
    • was living deep down in Goethe.
    • and up to our own time, Goethe has been given the cold shoulder. And
    • a way Goethe seeks his own straight forward path which holding to Shakespeare's
    • to which nature herself proceeds. He goes on his own path, his own individual,
    • him said—he had to find his own way.
    • Goethe wanted to pursue after his own fashion, just as the spirit makes
    • Lily where Goethe set down uncompromisingly how all that man is
    • his own being to the progress of human evolution can became the model
    • little known province of the Roman Empire with the man Jesus of Nazareth,
    • would bring about its own death, the grave which above all, first of
    • century and the beginning of the twentieth have disowned it, denied
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    • penetrate the Higher Worlds, how we can with our own spiritual
    • worlds exist beside our own; the so-called astral and
    • devachanic worlds, called, as far as they are known in
    • world working in us; this is our own astral body. This is the
    • depicted what was known to them in Michael and the Dragon or
    • acquired through what has been thrown out of the astrality of
    • sinks down over the plant and wraps part of it. The astral body
    • plants die down in autumn, it glows and flashes above it
    • your own preparation regarding the feeling world of abstinence.
    • sacrificing dedication of his own being to that which surrounds
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    • grown.
    • lies in the depths of his very own being. For most of humanity,
    • that which is unknown, that in us which we could lightly deny,
    • conclude in the illusion of a Mephistophelean danger comes down
    • connected to the will and passion is thrown out, he finds a
    • down to the core of the world. Here another danger threatens.
    • wasted error. Goethe was well known regarding these secrets of
    • could only have grown, if we had grasped them in a proper,
    • within his own soul, be it in the soul of man as a whole,
    • deeply down into self knowledge, that the depth of the world is
    • our worldly experience in our own lives.
    • delve down into his own soul.
    • it sounds when we shift into our own depths, as Faust delves
    • Faust sinks down into the worlds where Lucifer's power grips
    • within the entire depth of his soul. That which has grown out
    • his life and had shared his own destiny, but in a higher form,
    • descend into his own soul, Faust again turned to Bible
    • While Goethe's own search is so closely connected with the
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    • tenor of our own time, let's try to clarify what, in the most
    • physical body's disintegration. Similarly, when it dives down
    • only experience and will only judge and be led by our own will
    • least see the beginnings of transformation in our own nature.
    • according to our own will forces, include these inner
    • anthroposophic knowledge will become ever more known. It is
    • to attain wisdom dare not take notice of his own
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    • in what will be said, a sort of foundation for their own work. We shall
    • be of great importance if the Goetheanum could also be made known to
    • stated that the Dornach Building has grown out of the Anthroposophical
    • it will itself possess the inner force with which to create its own
    • own, some architect or other, and some artist or other would have been
    • humanity as a whole, has in a one-sided way grown up round our social
    • of life. We want to make a beginning, yet in its own way it is intended
    • enclosed but which intends to make itself known.
    • objections are known. But here we have actually dared to make the attempt.
    • must be created from out of their own form-essence. They will then,
    • whole, must make evident in its own form that it is indispensable. The
    • only proves that he is judging of each thing on its own merit, especially;
    • a way that they might really have grown forth; and besides that, they
    • weighty they are, bending over with their own weight. If you take the
    • his own fault, for it shows he has begun by reflecting and digging down
    • all that underlies the conception of our Building is made known to the
    • world, and it is shown that here something really new in the way of
  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture II: Bau Lecture II
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    • This inner architecture is now to be shown in contrast to the outer.
    • grown out of the architecture. That is the fundamental principle upon
    • its own law from the form which precedes it. You see here how the second
    • you take the forms which reach up from below and those which reach down
    • own form but always in relation with the form that has gone before and
    • one — together with their own architraves. Here we see how the
    • and its points directed downwards appears to be growing larger, and
    • Thus it has been shown
    • in an artistic manner out of its own nature that when the most complicated
    • we have an illustration of the complicated which has grown out of the
    • grown out of the previous one. Follow the development further so that
    • have here shown in Art.
    • this bit in the small cupola of which only a small portion is shown,
    • as in a synthesis — everything that is shown in forms on the capitals
    • is put together in its own place out of an inner organic necessity.
    • of the steps, how, in every case each individual line in its own place
    • pernicious tendency shows itself even within our own Society to occupy
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    • a world of beings spring up, that the colour itself through its own
    • itself in its own configuration if one has the right-vision for what
    • will see that in this particular shade of colour, the brownish-green,
    • these will be shown in the next picture.
    • what had to be shown here as an Initiate, i.e. such a man who could
    • his own shadow continually as his companion. He has always his second
    • here we are shown how man is seeking the state of equilibrium between
    • in short, all that which holds one down, bring about the consciousness
    • undertake the,risk of making it known to and understood by those to
    • to make known what is here being carried out in Dornach. There are not
    • occupied with their own personal interests, as if they were of the highest
    • are only occupied with their own personal interests, and secondly in
    • understanding: But that is their own desire — to leave it only to
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    • now so little is known even to science. As I have often said,
    • at first Faust looks back to an era preceding his own, he can
    • old sciences that he had made his own, lived in magic, in
    • To fame unknown, who sought with honest passion,
    • mode of expression; what was to be shown was put into
    • penetrate to the sources of life, to unite his own being with
    • action. Faust has made his own a certain capacity not only to
    • self-knowledge, that is, the life of the spirit in his own
    • down into the life of the ordinary instincts, and these
    • shown the way he connects Word, Thought, Force, Deed. But the
    • accurately,the travelling scholar — his own ego as up
    • that confronts him as his other self, is shown in the ensuing
    • impulses of our own age and of the inevitable future. If we
    • “The King's crown should be of
    • Golden King is thrown into the fire.
    • being. And this was known to the ancient wisdom through those
    • known, however, as a force, a certain kind of force. The
    • was known of the silver that was dispersed throughout the
    • earth-sphere; it was known that in the silver lies the force
    • have just read you would refrain from using them for his own
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    • drowned her child, and wandered around until she was
    • arrested and thrown into prison. Although Faust could not
    • have known what befell Gretchen after Valentine's death,
    • own satisfaction how it comes about that, two days after the
    • Stream and streamlet downward springing.
    • Blown up like transparent bubbles.
    • all that that is said there. How much real knowledge is shown
    • spiritual beings that we are shown, in the Goethe lets us see
    • Wonderfully to the point is this jolt down
    • recall a bit of his own past. For this reason he becomes
    • flickering light should be blown out. The will-o'-the-wisp is
    • he could prove by his own case that visions can be driven
    • among the spirits, and has tried to talk them down:
    • grown clear, and Faust is able to pass from a lower
    • but what I have just shown you in this changing of a lower
    • respect false. His own base instincts giving colour to the
    • his own love she seems to every soul.” And here again
    • reasonable, but Faust has to be shown how to enjoy this
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    • pedants in Jena who each in their own way of thought they
    • the idea. You created the idea of your own boots, but it was
    • you made your own boots, though you may have created the idea
    • which, in the way we have shown, smell of the tavern. It is
    • Faust had first to be taken down to the underworld, they are
    • existence. This scene was first written down when Johann
    • that wants merely to copy down what happens outwardly, and on
    • “Dingy-brown stone-work, mouldered,
    • narrowness in all the affairs of life in which Faust grew up,
    • jung geworden.) Jung geworden (grown young) is an
    • “Dingy-brown stone-work, mouldered,
    • they lie down to digest. It is very interesting to watch this
    • consist sonly of the processes within her own horizon, within
    • through emotion, and these idealists blow their own trumpets
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    • Greek Mysteries was led. By this we are shown how full of
    • clearly shown here in the way this scene is handled by Goethe
    • those forces that, working down out of the cosmos, prepare
    • has the feeling that an unknown kingdom is making its
    • damped-down, clouded. He has to recognise that his intellect
    • wishes to seize the town of Engyon from the Carthaginians; he
    • when we apply our own way of reckoning and correctly
    • still working — working on into our own time. And those
    • its source down to its mouth always comes over again from the
    • same reservoir in its rising and flowing down. The water
    • set up by means of the whole earth, the current goes down
    • electricity spreading itself out down in the earth, then you
    • known about in the decadence of the sixth and seventh
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    • about the fifth, our own time, which began about the year
    • perception, as well as it could be known in his time. He
    • backward in time and let his soul dive down into the fourth
    • legend is well known; the other has also become known, for
    • legend is as follows: Through the well-known event with the
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VI: The Helena Saga and the Riddle of Freedom
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    • down into the impulses of the fourth post-Atlantean age,
    • representing things out of his own personal impulse, where in
    • he had grown up, his home. At last he wandered from Corinth
    • blinded himself and was driven away by his own sons. Another
    • transplanted back again into the blood-connection, to his own
    • does not happen down from the Spiritual World. And the second
    • As a result of their conflict, there comes clown on to the
    • not. For the ray falls down, as it were, on to the Earth; and
    • out of his inmost impulse of his own attitude to the wheel of
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VII: Some Spiritual-Scientific Observations
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    • been known to Goethe in definite ideas. Nor can it be said
    • own bodily organisation, becomes capable of achieving self
    • what he is solely by virtue of his dependence on his own
    • known to you in my book
    • hog; he is, in a sense, the goal of divine creation. I have shown
    • own, in a life not of sleep but of twilight, would build up
    • exceptional for his own life from the culture of the south
    • consciousness and the life we live down there in the sphere
    • into this sphere. Down there even language ceases to have its
    • to an understanding. Down there in that sphere the words
    • properly applied to what takes place down there. Take for
    • — are down there in the world out of which dreams come
    • to what we find today when we dive down into the world to which
    • Whereas today we have earth that has been pushed down below
    • for that has grown denser and is only one pole of the old
    • Goethe doing? He first pictures what goes, on down in the
    • experience that Goethe has shown. And it is very significant
    • half-awake, he is still down below, experiencing it through
    • shown, a world of reality — a transition to the world
    • and down. And Goethe does not hesitate to indicate quite
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VIII: Spiritual Science Considered with the Classical Walpurgis-Night
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    • making of man's being than can be known or fathomed either by
    • may advance on its own lines, what Goethe felt to be
    • earthly. Man in his entirety, therefore, cannot be known by
    • Spiritual Science — investigations into worlds unknown
    • Mysteries, where something of man's nature could be known, if
    • own (Anaxagoras') knowledge; he wants to take Homunculus into
    • Mysteries, but flattened, levelled down, for human
    • ancient Mysteries. That is why they cannot hold their own
    • known.”
    • downwards. All that the man of today knows of this Moon is
    • develop the impulse for goodness out of his own nature. For
    • can develop out of his own nature. This is if he has
    • own against it. He must learn to know evil.
    • known. You can see from this, my dear friends, what mischief
    • man may develop goodness out of his own nature with all
    • thrown in his lot with the Phorkyads) ...
    • just shown in connection with the meeting of Mephistopheles
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    • science founded on his own interpretation of the primal
    • managed to procure the apparatus to see, through his own
    • simply at nature sees her in his own soul in such a way that
    • still to some extent uncertain, even for his own time,
    • unknown always brings fear in its train, the hydrophobia of
    • leads back to what is known only scientifiöally as I
    • example, the way theology with its attempt to drag down the
    • that has happened Christianity has shown itself a traitor to
    • anthroposophical, they obscure their own concepts and these
    • This is something that fundamentally we can make our own only
    • phenomena, be her own and only interpreter.
    • subconscious fear and apathy — he is running us down. But, my
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture X: Faust's Knowledge and Understanding of Himself
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    • own nature by merely acquiring knowledge received through the
    • have often shown, inner and outer flow together. The
    • had shown their power here in such a terrific way that it
    • Mysteries of Samothrace, man is shown to be a trinity. Goethe
    • another, as I have often shown you. Hence, from the
    • standpoint of Goethe's own conception of the world, we may
    • can be known today through the senses. Read the article
    • (1918). It is shown there how, and by means of what forces, a
    • it punctiliously but only in his own way, and then comes to a
    • sunk down into the earth, the earth sends forth the little
    • when, after the seed has sunk down into the earth, the earth
    • life, writing such scenes as are now being shown. For sixty
    • his own becoming takes on such different forms, perhaps
    • for man's life, we have metamorphosis — the crown of
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XI: The Vision of Reality in the Greek Myths
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    • as yet, to supersede these by his own Imaginations; therefore
    • death) even if he has grown old in this striving and has
    • generally known as classical Philology — what live in
    • echoed in his own feeling. He expresses all this by making
    • the crown of this metamorphosis-idea, that appears for us
    • incarnation, it becomes my next head. This is the crown of
    • applied, the same laws that he himself was tracking down. And
    • being shown by means of the sailor boys, and the Dorides who
    • broken down; there is no continuous connection when the
    • unperceived in its passing. We sink down into a spiritual
    • only as a diving out of the spiritual world, down into the
    • century. By then he had grown older, and that means younger
    • experienced in life by a soul grown young again, a soul who
    • connection with Goethe shown there concerning his own
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XII: Goetheanism In Place of Homunculism and Mephistophelianism
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    • its own place, each of the spheres — of striving and
    • clearly and forcibly as possible, in his own opinion, at
    • no longer in accordance with our own wishes. In the act of
    • will be qualified to heal those evils that have already shown
    • a man cannot arrive at knowledge of his own nature. As human
    • arrive at our own human nature, cannot with our thinking
    • never correctly represented when shown as a mere monad, but
    • spiritual world and again sent down; were man not thus
    • thrown to the opposite, where man loses himself through the
    • are shown how what is morally impermissible live in man like
    • a feeling that is aesthetically offensive. There, shown in
    • There it is shown how only
    • allowing ourselves to sink down into a merely external
    • to bring deep down into our physical body; then we should be
    • “the Gods will not suffer it”. We plunge down; it
    • outside with our sense of touch. If we did not sink down into
    • become gradually known to mankind, so that as impulses they
    • which it has grown has to wither, and it is not enough that
    • the tree should go on growing, a fresh seed must be sown in
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    • that his own true being must be of supersensible nature, that
    • were not part of it with our own body, or if we could not
    • gives us at first nothing new, but only in a dimmed down way in
    • which our own bodily condition is conjured up before us in a
    • inner organs being shown to us symbolically in the dream.
    • like an outer object. But when we have our own heart beat in
    • one's own body, one feels, one feels it sometimes painfully
    • symbols about my own body and its processes, I cannot be in my
    • it surrounds itself with pictures of its own bodily nature and
    • shows itself in relationship to its own life in arbitrary
    • formerly experienced within the body, and our own body in
    • in respect of this. If we want to discover our own being, then
    • to be too weak by itself to show, to reveal its own being. To
    • of symbols of its own bodily nature. Therefore we have to
    • symbolically for us our own bodily nature.
    • now practices — as neither our own inner being nor outer
    • while the spiritual scientist must first develop his own inner
    • pain, that is, when we are for a while pain, when our own human
    • spiritual content in this way our own spiritual being as a
    • look from the present moment of our life into our own past. We
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    • number of people, through their own observation, still knew
    • than pictures which your own soul imagines, ‘soul’
    • to the astral plane, but like Christ, who came right down to
    • known to them. Osiris was represented by the Egyptians in an
    • the indication of how, through acknowledgement of one's own
    • works through the blood and goes down the generations, the
    • sometimes it doesn't at all come down to stating a precise
    • of their own “I” but also prescribes respect and
    • your own “I.” So it proceeds systematically with
    • another is by not resenting what the other person owns. So a
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    • sensual world, outside, and our soul. On looking at our own
    • These things only allow us to experience them in our own souls
    • moment from the sun down to the earth. This is something which
    • Ahriman to work in his own element — he then has a living
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    • that known in the second half. Haeckel's appearance on the
    • this subtle breath. You can read in Haeckel's own writings how
    • you will look back among the writings of any well-known
    • organisms known to us as the Darwinian theory — all these
    • intellect — who, not content with success in his own
    • offered a complete contrast to Haeckel's own development and to
    • wished to proceed in its own fashion. It was owing to
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    • him, actual. Poets who were also seers have known of the
    • hardly known; and when our opponents speak of it, he who
    • entirely conform with those known to theosophical research.
    • here indicated. Facts known to it induce the acceptance of a
    • the outgrown stages through which he has developed his bodily
    • those animals, down to the meanest living creatures, are but
    • same thought has been voiced by Goethe in a well-known
    • Were God's own power not within us, the God-like vision —
    • that each one sees God's image after his own likeness. The
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    • Europe down to Spinoza and even beyond him. We gain no real
    • to their own person only their feeling and their willing. Out
    • feeling and an immediate experience: ‘I have not my own
    • thoughts as my own possession. I cannot really say, I think.
    • the end that man might acquire his thoughts as his own
    • 13th or 14th century are quite unknown. Then it would happen
    • man is individual and has his own individual immortality. They
    • Coming into our own time, this living feeling with the
    • writer of the 13th century. He writes down his thoughts.
    • Nowadays it is easy work to think, for people have grown
    • follow up every one of our thoughts with our own human
    • thoughts with his own personality. Afterwards they will soon
    • their own individuality.
    • therefore, in which they acquire the ‘I think’ as their own
    • possession — their human soul is narrowed down. Man
    • have shown you how things work beneath the surface of external
    • will lose its own reality. Therefore it is most necessary,
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    • lectures given in this very town many years ago, before the war, and
    • will outshine all the glory of oriental wisdom that once poured down
    • Asia will be able to trust it, because with their own inherent, though
    • manipulate his powers out of his own freewill. In other words: it
    • Beings to whom man was known to be related just as he is related to
    • sight of this universe he loses sight of his own true being. He
    • essence, the soul and the spirit of the world of stars must be known
    • been taken as an indication of the different forces which pour down to
    • is little known, for example, that when the Sun is shining upon the
    • forces streaming down into human beings in a particular part of the
    • self-observation, self-knowledge and consciousness of his own Ego.
    • backwards, upon himself; he contemplates his own being. This is full
    • forces which must be conceived as radiating from above downwards,
    • through the Earth, not directly down upon it as those of Aries,
    • The spherical form of the head — this was known to be connected
    • own natural forces, they would be the forces of death. But to this
    • down upon the Earth from the outer planets: Saturn, Jupiter, Mars.
    • rather represent the damping-down and suppression of life which is
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    • presentation, a damped-down, suppressed life, a declining life is
    • own Angel, just as through our eyes and ears we are connected with the
    • Angel who is connected with our own life, just as here in the earthly
    • into a natural home. If however a man has grown into it the other way
    • come down into race and language through the stream of heredity,
    • being when it is known that his form and structure derive from the
    • life. If this spiritual life does not stand upon its own foundations,
    • are brought down into this earthly life.
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    • In the sphere of education, if through our own short-comings as
    • there before birth or conception and has come down with us into the
    • are in operation. Looking down to Middle Europe, to the South of
    • conquests, their influence reached right down to Sicily and North
    • on the Earth, he comes down from world of soul-and-spirit and there is
    • the East and its own activity is in a way blunted.
    • greatest theorists of all, for they never get down to realities, they
    • East, to men whose own religious doctrines had been preserved in a
    • What we know of our will is only the illumination thrown upon it by
    • importance of which is so well known to Anthroposophy.
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    • had just thrown into the brook a book that was floating away. At
    • visiting the landowner in Rammenau. He had come over from his
    • own estate in Oberau one Sunday, in order to dine with the
    • arrived too late to hear the clergyman of Rammenau, well known
    • might perhaps repeat the sermon by heart; it is known that he can
    • heard, in the presence of the visiting landowner and the company.
    • that he said were proceeding directly out of his own heart; he
    • ribbon-weaver. The landowner von Miltitz was profoundly
    • him away to his own home at Oberau near
    • made his own the manner of approach towards the highest things and
    • minister and preacher. Indeed one may say he had shown himself
    • the course of it unable to make any progress with his own
    • possessed with his own conception of the Gospel of St. John,
    • the Bible in a form of his own. He did this in such a way that
    • closely absorbed also in what was going on in his own environment.
    • element which appealed so happily to Fichte's own spiritual
    • and subsequently struck many people as downright and vigorous, were
    • from his own devout nature, from his meditation on the divine
    • but the judgment at first passed upon the book was now toned down.
    • of his own thoughts about human ideals and endeavours with the
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    • costumes, different for each one, with paper crowns and a star on
    • “Star-Singers” went around, wearing paper crowns on their
    • human being, and art, than is known today in our modern theaters or
    • and felt in Paul in a grandiose way. The simplest people, even down to
    • down to us from very ancient times, from the first Christian
    • one from the region known as the Upper Palatinate (Oberpfalz). If we
    • they were shown the tree of knowledge or the tree of life they knew to
    • into other times. Each period of time has its own special mission. In
    • we do accept the symbol of the Christmas tree also into our own
    • Let us greet the emperor and his crown,
    • And him who made it, a master of great renown.
    • That is empathy for Nature's own mood. — Thus we must recognize
    • all that was great and spiritual, right down to the roots of trees and
    • in us too, if we consider what can be born in our own soul when our
    • resurrection of the spirit in our own inner life.
    • similar way as the children and the grown-ups used to look on
    • be strong enough to extend its power even to the hardest, most down to
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    • has been known for so short a time in the West, yet its
    • own blood relations. His bow falls from his grasp when it becomes
    • flows the same blood as his own. We almost begin to sympathize with
    • be of increasing and special significance in our own time.
    • that have only become known in this last century, very little
    • being as Krishna, this soul must be forced downward into the chaotic
    • Arjuna shows no inclination, needing Krishna to tame him down to
    • hour of his own death — which does not meet him unexpectedly
    • thoughts and feelings that, so to say, were thrown off by the old
    • proof that your own souls are seeking this reunion. You are seeking
    • very own, were being torn in pieces. He felt as though the members
    • battle as a battle against its own body, when, in the moment he
    • before a Being who demands to be recognized only as his own Self. Let him
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    • mankind, with as much interest as we usually feel in our own destiny,
    • own. When a person's interests are gradually sharpened and widened
    • to gaze down into a terrible abyss. Such an upheaval awakens the
    • own ranks who are to be killed and those who are to remain behind,
    • development in their own souls. I want to make every effort to get
    • higher hierarchies, of Seraphim and Cherubim and Thrones, right down
    • own loneliness.” Thus you experience, infinitely enhanced,
    • reach such conceptions. That is the point, that it has been shown in
    • “Hold fast to what is within thine own soul!”
    • away from them, for he must go his own way, beginning with the
    • sources in his own soul. Krishna rejects the Vedas, whether their
    • through his own inwardness he must come to recognize Krishna. Arjuna
    • consciousness, to the identification of our own being with a more
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    • stroke of fate with bitter pain. Yet, deep down within us there is
    • horrifies him so, he immediately begins to damp down his
    • that have been handed down to me. I will hurl myself into the
    • have used to live through his own life, Krishna uses as a power
    • even though the latter had actually come to him, he would have known
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    • world now has a different aspect from anything known on the physical
    • to bring down true results of knowledge. What one brings will be a
    • truths when we have discovered them in ourselves, in our own self.
    • example, who had grown up with a particular religious bias, with
    • physical world. That realm has a peculiar existence of its own. There
    • wishes to discover through his own experience who Krishna is, he can
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    • build-up and break-down processes we see why it is so dangerous to
    • of their own accord. Yet it is true that forces that have entered the
    • known world from the unknown. In the last few days I have again come
    • that when children are allowed to grow up on their own they develop
    • and then proceeds to construct his own concept of the state. Now he
    • Spiritual forces had to work down from the super-sensible worlds in
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    • because in countless instances it can be shown that the teachings of
    • heights of unknown experience. If now in these ninth and tenth
    • first to attain by its own effort.
    • live, that too doth in Thee dwell, when to my gaze is shown Thy
    • the spiritual ear of Arjuna, but echoing down through all the ages
    • there in their ranks. Therefore arise; arise without fear. Renown
    • from the depths of his own inner being he works, creates, and draws
    • that lived within themselves; something bending down to each
    • themselves encountered the same Being who came down out of the Cosmic
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    • human power of acquiring knowledge itself cannot be known by man's
    • would have to be known to realize the full fallacy of materialistic
    • unknown to external natural science, which is only beginning to
    • plant, and animal kingdoms, reduced down to nothing, then down to
    • known as sensual sex-love.
    • of the child are those of the grown-up person, but in childlike form.
    • are continually at pains to wear and worry our nature down to the
    • down to the animal nature. The other element that exists in human
    • thrown into the current of human evolution. It remained permeated
    • never came down in bodily form. It did not strive like ordinary human
    • Krishna forces, flowing together and uniting in the unknown and
    • own accord, adding itself to the main body of this piece of knowledge
    • construction. I do not mean to lay this down as a general rule for
    • everybody, but I do regard it as my own personal task to say nothing
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    • our own without much difficulty. It is also natural that those who
    • approach this poem without first working on their own souls. A
    • certain things hitherto kept secret and really known to but very few
    • in the widest circles has remained unknown as to its real nature,
    • thinkers would like to make these ideas their own.
    • altogether different from his own point of view, but he cannot get
    • development we are aware that we have gone downhill to our everyday
    • which men were striving upward; today it has come down and is
    • that time but to interpret them as much as possible through our own
    • these conceptions freely out of our own experience.
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    • are unable to make those very different feelings our own. If we tried
    • to we would only be describing the unknown by the unknown.
    • in the Gita, it is well for us to apply them to our own
    • one where a man is in a certain way prevented by his own emotions,
    • his own emotions to bear on it and therefore cannot penetrate it to
    • different from our own. While we dwell on the physical plane we know
    • withdraws into his own bodily life. He lives in impressions of tamas.
    • world, it also meant bringing to life his own inner being. He felt it
    • grasping the reality of one's own being. The Indian of the time of the
    • not yet there, independently in his own being, but is bound up with
    • Then wilt thou contrast thyself with it; know that in thine own
    • down to him. They must rap, because he can hear rapping with physical
    • effect compelled to deny it by the logic of their own unconscious
    • damp down this fear. Actually, Ahriman — the giver of fear —
    • and in thine own self become as one who lays hold of himself. Learn
    • burrow down into their own soul, finding no connection with the outer
    • same way as one still down in the valley. With equal right could one
    • evolution down to the time of Christ. Then he came who was once
    • Each person would only have sought his own perfection. Striving for
    • extreme, to close their eyes and seek only their own perfection.
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    • of humanity. In our own time the principle of Initiation has already
    • which is being sought. The colour does not cease to produce its own
    • esteems his own views as little as he does those of others, and is
    • prepared to set aside his own opinions and to observe quite
    • come down from the level where he sees in a flash what has to be done,
    • experiencing. One is indeed entering into the unknown, and this is at
    • to his inner being, his own human soul.
    • be led unprepared into the depths of his own soul, he would get an
    • Everything sinks down into a reality of secondary degree. A man must
    • world with his own being, the more does it appear always different. He
    • I am picturing actual experience. It is what is generally known in the
    • recognise them. They must first infiltrate our own soul-substance
    • confronts us unless we first place our own soul-substance at its
    • Moses”, would have known that this was the particular spiritual
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    • This requirement is shown by the fact that when the soul becomes
    • beings, and that it was through their own lives before death that they
    • and in earlier times afflicted by well-known pestilences. One need but
    • at new Moon, while his own wife put out hers at full Moon, and they
    • of inner free will. A man can have his afternoon nap through his own
    • if the Sun were speaking, as if it were looking down on the plants and
    • in one's own ego, as a Sun-force that shines upon the physical and
    • or star-like in relation to his own etheric and physical bodies, he no
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    • that in earlier incarnations your own soul took part in what these men
    • pictures, looks at experiences of his own, gone through in times long
    • higher worlds, and gazing down, as it were, into the sense-world; he
    • the Gate of Death, and, with them, too, he gazes downward, and sees
    • existence. He looks down and sees how forces are sent out of the
    • worlds he is outside his physical and etheric bodies, he looks down
    • Moon-existence, who work down out of the Cosmos in order likewise to
    • bodies on the Earth. In contemplating how these beings worked down
    • souls were then led. They were shown the individual beings and facts,
    • this spiritual Being with whom he is united, the force of his own
    • longing. And because this force of the aspirant's own longing for the
    • aspirant knows at once through his own vision. An earthly birth arises
    • Word and the Cosmic Tones as the elucidators of his own being in the
    • difference — this is shown also by the Akashic Records when one
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    • The Being formerly known spiritually as the Creative Word first became
    • localities. Hostility to the Grail. Klingsor. The fastness known as
    • the Cosmic Power known as Isis in the Egyptian Mysteries. From the
    • The Being who had been known spiritually to human souls in earlier
    • disappearing, sinking down into the Earth-region and becoming lost to
    • That which had sunk down in ancient Egypt, and in this arising of the
    • is the special task of our own epoch, the fifth. For the candidate for
    • of the Holy Grail and wished to understand their own epoch. In the
    • them, he looked down at them from outside, and let us picture what he
    • to be sought in certain definite places, as I have shown in my book,
    • meant in any figurative sense. In our own time it must be said that
    • the Middle Ages as a legendary being, but is well known to anyone
    • known in occultism and in legend as Calot bobot.
    • beings in whose souls there were occult forces, the one known to
    • own evil arts, through which in the Middle Ages he worked against the
    • led downwards, and then has to relinquish a part of the total human
    • that was grouped around the Holy Grail we are shown what can be
    • represents the forces which must especially be made our own through
    • doubt” in his own soul. For if he were to carry apathy and doubt
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    • In the Middle Ages, occult truths were known in the Rosicrucian
    • and would fain be proved by argument, would like to have its own wings
    • These principles of man's being were laid down in remote ages of his
    • The beloved became the stranger, the unknown. Love — which in days of
    • ”If you leave not mother, wife and your own body, you cannot be
    • high above His own time? Whence came transcendental qualities?
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    • our own being.
    • Stone, known to the Rosicrucians. In a German magazine published
    • acid it absorbs? It builds up its own body. We know that the corpse of
    • occult properties, known to the Druids who spoke of it as the most
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    • summer lie down to rest on the ground at midday instead of going to
    • A law known to occultism is that with every new stage of evolution, an
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    • and the world of sense — which in olden times were known only to
    • always known that which all men were destined, in time, to know. That
    • not his task to mould the soul of his pupil to his own image but to
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    • clairvoyant vision; the former is left to its own devices if it has
    • grown to a point where it includes the soul of his people.
    • preparation, and is cast down.
    • in his own breath. He accomplishes an alchemical transmutation.
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    • magical power — a fact well known to occultists. By repeating these
    • the third day, at the call of the hierophant, the Spirit came down
    • This ancient initiation has its crowning-point ‘in Christ.’
    • There were ages in the history of man when wine was not known. In the
    • days of the Vedas it was practically unknown. In the ages when there
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    • Through the Middle Ages and in our own time it has remained the same
    • The Crowning with Thorns.
    • The Crowning with Thorns, — At this stage man must learn
    • willing produces in the brain a change that is symbolised by the Crown
    • In the course of the stage in the Christian initiation known as the
    • Crowning with Thorns, there arises the phenomenon known as the
    • to our own existence. In the moment of losing all we appear to die to
    • The Entombment, — Man feels that he is freed from his own
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    • This is because his own being is objectivised — otherwise he
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    • is to say, our own astral body. We become aware of it from within
    • is made up of desires. Every human aura has its own individual shades
    • above all if he is looking at his own aura. The clairvoyant sees his
    • own aura reversed, as it were, the outer as the inner, the inner as
    • Viewed from above downwards, head and sexual organ, man is synthetic
    • humanity, past, present and future, as it was known in the ancient
    • of the word; his word will mould ethereal bodies like his own.
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    • chaotic perceptions, has thrown into disorder. By day, the function of
    • down in certain religions. The effect of fasting is that the astral
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    • world proper. This path was known to all the occult schools and even
    • In dream, man beholds his own bodily form from without. He sees his
    • altogether different from our own; its substance is living, sonorous,
    • own milieu. It is almost invariably this kind of image that is seen in
    • Devachan, each being has his own particular sound; yet at the same
    • Lohengrin, the knight who comes from an unknown country, from the
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    • same as it is today. It is known that the brow of prehistoric man was
    • be conscious of his own being and to say ‘I,’ he began to
    • Consciousness in pictures (imaginative) created its own inner content
    • body, may be compared with that of a snail secreting its own shell and
    • unknown, into a universe of another order. And yet there are analogies
    • earthly and planetary experiences are known. Such a mind could live
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    • natural result, he is not aware of the existence of his own soul.
    • to beings endowed with a consciousness higher than his own and to bear
    • A consciousness which repeats the third stage but retains the acquired quality of objectivity. Images have definite colours and are realised as being quite distinct from the perceiver. The subjective sense of attraction or repulsion vanishes. In this new imaginative consciousness, the faculty of reason that has been acquired in the physical world retains its own powers.
    • Sleep itself — not the dream — here becomes a conscious state. We do not only behold images but we enter into the living essence of beings and hear their inner tones. In the physical world we give names to things but the names are merely outer appellations. Only man can express his own being from within by saying ‘I’ — the ineffable name of conscious individuality. By this word we distinguish our own personality from the rest of the universe. But when we become conscious of the world of sound, each being, each thing communicates its own true name; in clairaudience we hear the sound which expresses its innermost being and rings forth as a tone in the universe that is distinct from all others.
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    • be able, finally, to reproduce his own being. At the end of the
    • our own, this power of the Logos, is Christ. He came at the central
    • own forces. But before this metamorphosis comes about, a cosmic night
    • force bestowed by the Logos has its rise from within man's own
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    • totally different conditions from our own. This kingdom preserved a
    • known as Jupiter. This will be followed by a period of Venus where we
    • 4) The fourth layer is known as water-earth, soul-earth, or
    • 5) This layer is known as the earth of growth. It contains the
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    • consciousness of his own thoughts. Our Earth would have been a world
    • down from outside, within the centre of individual being. This is what
    • ultimately to acquire by their own free-will. Christ came to the Earth
    • himself, by dint of his own efforts as he gradually ascends to
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    • who have not known the Mysteries. Through Christianity, certain
    • epoch there has been a difference between esoteric truth as known to
    • first germs of Christianity were laid down in this epoch among the
    • difficult task which is reaching its culminating point in our own day,
    • their souls and he knew that his own soul was in communion
    • water from the celestial ocean, led down to Earth by the great streams
    • This sixth epoch which will be radically different from our own, will
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    • beside her unknown, he was a bore. This is the difference
    • it down says of Christ (the words are not to be taken
    • the life of Christ Jesus as John describes it from his own
    • respect from what lived in his own deepest inner self. In
    • writer of the John Gospel describes this process. His own
    • higher ego appears before Him — his own higher ego,
    • in order to experience the Christ, his own higher divine
    • describes the awakening of Lazarus. Previously he has shown
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    • ways. These are known to most of you. Those who have already
    • plant must bow down and say, “To thee oh stone, though
    • experience of gratitude, one must be able to bow down before
    • bows down before the disciples and washes their feet. What is
    • third stage is the crowning with thorns. At this stage
    • spiritual world as the crowning with thorns. One sees oneself
    • with the crown of thorns. Pains in the head will be felt in
    • learns to feel his own body as a foreign object, something
    • side of himself and looks down on his lower self, which is
    • transparent. He has lost his own separate life, the higher
    • seventh stage is known as the ascension into heaven.
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    • deeply into the essence of Christianity, and has shown us
    • they will, becomes his own feeling and his own will. The
    • community; he made their interests his own. The occult entity
    • God, a God in the next world, was unknown in those days.
    • That it was so, is especially revealed in the scene known as
    • important thing is that here the eternal is shown as against
    • At the same time it is set down as a testament: “Say it
    • spiritual truths. They brought down a vast knowledge of the
    • understand religious documents which came down to us from
    • wanted to add something which will have shown you that the
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    • this knowledge. Not much was known about the knowledge or the activities
    • been known to the Initiates, implies a condition of consciousness different
    • physical body by the strength of his own will. The gap left will, however,
    • do. The Initiate can discover this by his own experience, for he can
    • must give itself its own name; no other soul can utter it. Hence the
    • so much of Manas as he has created by his own efforts; part of his astral
    • in this body by his own efforts is called Buddhi. This is the
    • open to man on this Earth is to work right down into his physical body.
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    • to become widely known — Helen Keller. In her second year she
    • “I shall never be able to see the world with my own eyes.”
    • characteristics of its own and he has to learn many new things. One
    • what it signifies. The fact is that these figures are their own impulses,
    • people do not see their own passions, but these may sometimes become
    • foundation we can never make morality our own. People often say: Why
    • a saying which can now be made known: In the astral world, every lie
    • When we make this truth known we are not preaching morality but laying
    • their thoughts, too, are shown. It is a true picture of what happened,
    • poem in Goethe's own style. The Akasha pictures are real, living pictures.
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    • from the head downwards. When a man falls asleep, the physical and etheric
    • shock or anger — for instance a man who is drowning, or falling
    • desire as a brownish-red thought-form in the upper part of his astral
    • now he has to suffer the same pain in his own soul. All the torment
    • I ever caused to other beings I now have to live through in my own soul.
    • results from his own work upon it.
    • astral body, the outcome of his own endeavours, and to leave the lower
    • own astral corpse still in existence, containing everything that had
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    • quite new things and makes them his own.
    • forces of the astral body are released after death, its own specific
    • A 6- and a 4-petalled lotus-flower are to be found lower down.
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    • carries out in the period between death and rebirth. Thus our own evolution
    • act which bring man down to a new incarnation? As we saw, there is an
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    • happening of its own accord.
    • on their own account. That is why it is such a mistake to give a child
    • his own inner powers to work. A normal child will reject the doll and
    • body is thrown open to its environment at birth. During this period,
    • your own; before then it is quite impossible. From the fourteenth to
    • not burn a hole. The fact that the ball was thrown into the water is
    • bound up with the group-soul. A man has his own Ego, and the individual
    • of years, the law will of its own accord become part of our feelings.
    • he must look after changing his karma by his own efforts.”
    • his own karma quite alone. If he can do this, what place is there for
    • This harmony has always existed; the law of karma has always been known
    • of his own actions, but that the consequences must be borne by someone,
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    • physical body. It is laid down once for all, so to speak, and retains
    • bad habit will work down into the physical body and produce a tendency
    • The Mongols were Atlanteans whose physical development had taken a downward
    • clever liberal theologians began to expound the sources, each in his own
    • very widespread today, which was hardly known a hundred years ago —
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    • all that within myself and cast it out from my own being.”
    • down grade, but if it does not itself commit evil, it need not incarnate
    • he has thrust down, and at whose cost he has ascended. That is the purpose
    • we can see our own products, our own being which has taken solid form.
    • him, the traces of his own being, left behind.
    • all this out of himself in order that he might be able to see his own
    • From individual instances known to occult science we may come to the
    • An example known to occult
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    • a plant-being, upside down compared with modern man. He lived in the
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    • atmosphere of spirit, in the same way as our own Earth is surrounded
    • the human soul. Your souls, which today have come down into your bodies,
    • by spiritual substance which contained the souls of mankind. Down below,
    • stretched down from it into the etheric globe and enveloped the shell-like
    • form could produce another out of its own substance — a sort of
    • its own purity, and under the influence of the air the swim-bladder
    • own fire, and breathed it out again. In the beginning, therefore, man
    • taken too literally. The sinking down of the individual Ego into man is
    • as to use this part for furthering their own evolution and at the same
    • from our own. The Atlanteans had a much more mobile body, and, especially
    • settled them in the district now known as the Gobi Desert. There a small
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    • directions for a moral way of life, with everything laid down in the
    • Man has not kept the promise he made to the Brown Man. You Pale-faces
    • people to keep their word. The Brown-man's God is not like that; the
    • Brown-man hears the thunder and sees the lightning and this language
    • the Brown-man can understand that speech also. He knows when a storm
    • feeling quite different from our own. The Atlantean, too, was still
    • Indian culture. No poetry or tradition tells us about this it is known
    • only through what has been handed down orally in the occult schools.
    • and thus to rediscover something which the ancient Atlanteans had known
    • of marble and impressed on it his own stamp. He formed his own gods,
    • about the form of human society from his own inner life. The Roman went
    • plane from within. Only our own culture has gone so far as to operate
    • its own task. Present-day man knows nothing of what the third and fourth
    • taught only two things: that the Earth revolves on its own axis and
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    • of fellowship, which means overcoming all regard for your own Ego if
    • to listen to him. By this means his own powers are enhanced, and his
    • knocked down the chair that stood by his bed. Or again, a peasant woman
    • a dream flashes through the soul in a moment and has its own inner time.
    • of Devachan, the Music of the Spheres. Everything speaks forth its own
    • rhythm during the day, they will of their own accord regain the right
    • which owes its origin to your own initiative, to some task you have
    • laid on yourself. Most actions derive not from your own initiative but
    • one moment up in the skies and at the next down in the dumps. Anyone
    • characteristics which had previously been toned down may appear in a
    • development the pupil eliminates his own self entirely and hands it over
    • absolute surrender of one's own self suits the Indian character; but
    • Devachan. Thus each plane has its own specific form of perception. But
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    • if he has to spend money, he must not think of his own wishes or desires
    • and no-one may touch them, but anyone is free to form his own opinion
    • of them. There are sacred rites which have come down from very ancient
    • own dogma. Or think how people suffer from the dogma of the infallibility
    • How does he do it? The secret has always been known to the European
    • up his body with it, as the plant now builds up its own body unconsciously.
    • He will prepare the necessary oxygen in his own organs, unite it with
    • found the Philosopher's Stone and he will transform his own body into
    • and pass on to another only by your own free choice.”
    • concept to another by his own free choice, he has reached the condition
    • known as Dharana.
    • Gospel is something we can experience in our own inner being and not
    • scene. Christ Jesus bends down before those who are lower than himself.
    • the animal would have to bow down before the plant and say: “To
    • thee I owe the possibility of my own existence.” In the same way
    • all stages of human existence up to Christ Jesus Himself, who bows down
    • down in perfect humility. This is a feeling that everyone committed
    • of the Crowning with Thorns, and for this he has to acquire yet another
    • has an astral vision of himself being crowned with thorns.
    • his own body objectively, so now he has to develop the feeling that
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    • of our own soul-life. But we must make it quite clear to ourselves that
    • a person has outgrown this idea, not only in theory but in feeling,
    • will be doing it only to please his own egoism. He ought to adapt his
    • the higher self is everywhere outside, and that his own higher self is
    • If we disown the external world, we are disowning the Divine; if we
    • but to seek to know the Great Self which shines down into us. The lower
    • evolution of man and shown you how he can acquire a true inner being of
    • his own. In the course of evolution the whole of humanity will attain to
    • and the Earth known to the ordinary geologist or scientist. He looks on
    • everything lying above it and gazes down directly into this layer, and
    • this layer was laid down in the Earth — so that men should be
    • that this layer has a particular influence on them. This has been known
    • his own being to the Earth.
    • for birth, who worked their way down into the physical world by means
    • stage, he will have ennobled the Earth by his own creative power. Every
    • depths of the human soul. Anyone who puts the assertion of his own opinion
    • own opinions and must wish to be solely an instrument of the objective
    • own opinions aside, becoming instead a channel for the great Truth,
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    • thrown together in chaotic fashion: the seriousness that we should be
    • what the person had permitted in his or her own everyday relation to
    • in human life? How does a person take hold of his or her own life? We
    • at first this may remain unknown to the ordinary consciousness. You
    • will hold the right relation to priests because of their own relation
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    • own way was pathological. Since it is quite obvious to anyone with
    • them in endless variety, for instance, in a town. Today the physician
    • own will. Such people pull their physical organism along, as it were,
    • down into the physical organism. Here it can be a matter of
    • of their own initiative to an active meditative life. Very often they
    • pray out of their own initiative, for it will come to them if God
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    • them of a vision, because these people think their own experience is
    • earlier they had become angry when others told them of their own
    • one's own body. One does not differentiate in the latter experience.
    • human soul-spiritual entity comes down out of the soul-spiritual
    • biographies of such individuals, including their own imaginative
    • through the experiences of such people in their own imagination. And
    • direction. Perhaps also they strengthened the effect by their own
    • spiritual world and then can also stream down into the physical
    • an impulse of free will — and, all that can be known of the
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    • body. We see how what we bring down from spiritual worlds — our
    • individuality, our own being — and what we receive from
    • forces that build a physical body in accordance with the child's own
    • model — the body that will now be the child's own — and
    • since birth, the first body that is it's very own, a physical body
    • sun forces. It is not only physical-etheric rays that stream down
    • streaming down from the sun that are identical with the forces by
    • moon forces. With the moon forces we now build our second own body
    • own, it can only reflect the sun's light to us. The natural
    • child's own second body that is built up between the seventh and
    • life period in which we must form our own third body (the fourth when
    • forces in the cosmos for our own renewal. Why do we not die, then, at
    • the forces of growth that are flowing away. But even Goethe had grown
    • of teeth, when they are forming their first very own body from the
    • our life when we are put entirely on our own is the point of time
    • do after that moment, we do from forces out of our own body. In the
    • begin to develop forces out of our own body.
    • child's own body. We become aware of it from certain pathological
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    • draws it down too strongly into the rest of the organism —
    • individuals, those whose astral body is drawing the ego down, are
    • down in the cellar. And then she poured almost half a cup of milk
    • while he is wandering and sit him down to a wonderful meal or two
    • circumstances. He wants just to follow his own will-impulses, which
    • consequence of the ego being drawn down into the astral body.
    • comes about. The astral body should only be drawing the ego down
    • already drawn the ego down after the change of teeth or in the ninth,
    • second stage, the drawing down of the ego and astral organization by
    • snapping down of the ego and astral organization too strongly into
    • are drawn down into the physical body. Instead of receiving visions
    • prevented from shining down into the first seven years of life that
    • desire at a certain age to follow none but one's own ideas, not to
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    • reach down into the bodily, natural realm.
    • his torture of animals. It was especially the animals in his own
    • incarnation (which in a wider sense belongs to our own time) he was
    • spiritual teachings, as well as his own religious devotion. This is
    • their physical-etheric organism; they sink down into their physical
    • especially weak, causing the higher being to be drawn down into the
    • own great genius has to be acknowledged — is the fact that he
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    • own areas, for as far as its methods allow it to go, it brilliantly
    • a gaseous substance we inhale formative forces appropriate to our own
    • things were known and put into practice instinctively. But modern
    • what comes down from above. With exhalation, we have to say the
    • Now let us go down
    • This also has its own path, the veins. So the third path is the
    • behind it there is much that remains unknown to us. Karma is active
    • takes care of us in that way Johannes Müller, the well-known
    • the past is not allowed down into the venous process leads to actions
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    • surface, and the growth of its root downward. Right there are two
    • striving downward. And if today we were far enough along in
    • the growth of a root downward, we would find the connections in the
    • connected with the root's downward growth has some relation to the
    • observant will never see the root other than striving downward into
    • condition; it is the beginning of initiation. One slips down into the
    • only has that faculty when down in the physical body in normal life
    • the whole world. Now we know that with each sun ray shining down upon
    • nothing else than that the sun forces are drawn down to where the
    • desire nature — they want to capture and draw down the sun
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    • organization are down in the physical body, as is the normal
    • from this point of view those who during waking life do not go down
    • describe their illnesses. They go down into their physical and
    • down. But then it is this element that is able to perceive. Only that
    • part of the ego and astral body perceives that has not sunk down into
    • and the person can describe his or her own illness.
    • describing and dips down with the spirit and soul into the
    • following: They saw that the somnambulist found his or her own remedy
    • happen where the world has been thrown into chaos and its pieces lie
    • what I've been telling you about. One sees with one's own eyes that
    • to realize that in the widest sense sick life wants to sink down into
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    • strewing sand in people's eyes — and it's going into their own
    • being. Humans cannot be known by uncreative thoughts, because by
    • upward and downward, with respect to many phenomena. Everywhere in
    • on earth lies between these two things — our own breathing and
    • bring them down for medicines for head illnesses. We are acting out
    • begins. Beings come out of the pictures and make themselves known. We
    • element. What your head has grasped, you have to take down into the
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    • ancient times said: When the human being comes down out of spiritual
    • rebirth. And these first steps had to be shown to them by a physician
    • existence of their own. What today are called elements are actually
    • reaching down into tangible matter itself, but only to the
    • and down below encounter nonhuman, subnatural activity. For only when
    • direction, at the life of the saint: this also, as I have shown you,
    • this, we are able to bring into our own modern age what was present
    • that we have shown in this course by learning which are the defective
    • must have for its crowning endeavor the comprehension of what is
    • And leads me down to the Father
    • The Christ leads downward and upward,
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    • thrown together in chaotic fashion: the seriousness that we should be
    • what the person had permitted in his or her own everyday relation to
    • in human life? How does a person take hold of his or her own life? We
    • at first this may remain unknown to the ordinary consciousness. You
    • will hold the right relation to priests because of their own relation
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    • own way was pathological. Since it is quite obvious to anyone with
    • them in endless variety, for instance, in a town. Today the physician
    • own will. Such people pull their physical organism along, as it were,
    • down into the physical organism. Here it can be a matter of
    • of their own initiative to an active meditative life. Very often they
    • pray out of their own initiative, for it will come to them if God
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    • them of a vision, because these people think their own experience is
    • earlier they had become angry when others told them of their own
    • one's own body. One does not differentiate in the latter experience.
    • human soul-spiritual entity comes down out of the soul-spiritual
    • biographies of such individuals, including their own imaginative
    • through the experiences of such people in their own imagination. And
    • direction. Perhaps also they strengthened the effect by their own
    • spiritual world and then can also stream down into the physical
    • an impulse of free will — and, all that can be known of the
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    • body. We see how what we bring down from spiritual worlds — our
    • individuality, our own being — and what we receive from
    • forces that build a physical body in accordance with the child's own
    • model — the body that will now be the child's own — and
    • since birth, the first body that is its very own, a physical body
    • sun forces. It is not only physical-etheric rays that stream down
    • streaming down from the sun that are identical with the forces by
    • moon forces. With the moon forces we now build our second own body
    • own, it can only reflect the sun's light to us. The natural
    • child's own second body that is built up between the seventh and
    • life period in which we must form our own third body (the fourth when
    • forces in the cosmos for our own renewal. Why do we not die, then, at
    • the forces of growth that are flowing away. But even Goethe had grown
    • of teeth, when they are forming their first very own body from the
    • our life when we are put entirely on our own is the point of time
    • do after that moment, we do from forces out of our own body. In the
    • begin to develop forces out of our own body.
    • child's own body. We become aware of it from certain pathological
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    • draws it down too strongly into the rest of the organism —
    • individuals, those whose astral body is drawing the ego down, are
    • down in the cellar. And then she poured almost half a cup of milk
    • while he is wandering and sit him down to a wonderful meal or two
    • circumstances. He wants just to follow his own will-impulses, which
    • consequence of the ego being drawn down into the astral body.
    • comes about. The astral body should only be drawing the ego down
    • already drawn the ego down after the change of teeth or in the ninth,
    • second stage, the drawing down of the ego and astral organization by
    • snapping down of the ego and astral organization too strongly into
    • are drawn down into the physical body. Instead of receiving visions
    • prevented from shining down into the first seven years of life that
    • desire at a certain age to follow none but one's own ideas, not to
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    • reach down into the bodily, natural realm.
    • his torture of animals. It was especially the animals in his own
    • incarnation (which in a wider sense belongs to our own time) he was
    • spiritual teachings, as well as his own religious devotion. This is
    • their physical-etheric organism; they sink down into their physical
    • especially weak, causing the higher being to be drawn down into the
    • own great genius has to be acknowledged — is the fact that he
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    • own areas, for as far as its methods allow it to go, it brilliantly
    • a gaseous substance we inhale formative forces appropriate to our own
    • things were known and put into practice instinctively. But modern
    • what comes down from above. With exhalation, we have to say the
    • Now let us go down
    • This also has its own path, the veins. So the third path is the
    • behind it there is much that remains unknown to us. Karma is active
    • takes care of us in that way Johannes Müller, the well-known
    • the past is not allowed down into the venous process leads to actions
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    • surface, and the growth of its root downward. Right there are two
    • striving downward. And if today we were far enough along in
    • the growth of a root downward, we would find the connections in the
    • connected with the root's downward growth has some relation to the
    • observant will never see the root other than striving downward into
    • condition; it is the beginning of initiation. One slips down into the
    • only has that faculty when down in the physical body in normal life
    • the whole world. Now we know that with each sun ray shining down upon
    • nothing else than that the sun forces are drawn down to where the
    • desire nature — they want to capture and draw down the sun
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    • organization are down in the physical body, as is the normal
    • from this point of view those who during waking life do not go down
    • describe their illnesses. They go down into their physical and
    • down. But then it is this element that is able to perceive. Only that
    • part of the ego and astral body perceives that has not sunk down into
    • and the person can describe his or her own illness.
    • describing and dips down with the spirit and soul into the
    • following: They saw that the somnambulist found his or her own remedy
    • happen where the world has been thrown into chaos and its pieces lie
    • what I've been telling you about. One sees with one's own eyes that
    • to realize that in the widest sense sick life wants to sink down into
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    • strewing sand in people's eyes — and it's going into their own
    • being. Humans cannot be known by uncreative thoughts, because by
    • upward and downward, with respect to many phenomena. Everywhere in
    • on earth lies between these two things — our own breathing and
    • bring them down for medicines for head illnesses. We are acting out
    • begins. Beings come out of the pictures and make themselves known. We
    • element. What your head has grasped, you have to take down into the
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    • ancient times said: When the human being comes down out of spiritual
    • rebirth. And these first steps had to be shown to them by a physician
    • existence of their own. What today are called elements are actually
    • reaching down into tangible matter itself, but only to the
    • and down below encounter nonhuman, subnatural activity. For only when
    • direction, at the life of the saint: this also, as I have shown you,
    • this, we are able to bring into our own modern age what was present
    • that we have shown in this course by learning which are the defective
    • must have for its crowning endeavor the comprehension of what is
    • And leads me down to the Father
    • The Christ leads downward and upward,
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    • record known as Genesis, the description of the creation of the world
    • all that we find in our own environment it has nothing but heat. No
    • were, using their own soul-spiritual forces to organise cosmic bodies
    • own inner being! Imagine yourselves as having been asleep for a
    • Instead of your own meditation, your own inward experience in
    • before yourselves in your own musing, you cannot get nearer to it
    • old had known that our earth, after having passed through its
    • higher level, it is as if a group of men, each with his own special
    • for mankind — the revelation of its own origin.
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    • us, modern science breaks down altogether. The scientists are not
    • this. The sound which resembles our own T calls up a picture of
    • called up in our own souls. Thus we may think of the Elohim as
    • your own when on awakening you call up thoughts in your souls. You
    • it should rather be regarded as making known their presence
    • call man, with his own peculiar organisation, into existence, that is
    • ha'arets as tohu wabohu has no light of its own. The
    • downward from warmth to air, and thence to water, so we can go upward
    • Elohim, somewhat as our own desire lives in the lower part of our
    • unless it be organised by forces emanating from the brain. Our own
    • our own spiritual part. The lower is always organised by the higher.
    • — speech, which expresses itself in its own proper sounds. That
    • arousing pictures in the soul, and of guiding us to what in our own
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    • element, setting hither and thither in accordance with its own laws.
    • laws which determine that the root shall grow downward and the
    • think of the forces which send blossoms up and roots down, weaving in
    • that there arose the well-known conflict between realism and
    • Thus we see that the three epochs which precede that of our own earth,
    • the tendency to pour downward and assume a level surface Of course,
    • to discharge itself downward; that is, the watery condensing and
    • and if we want to put it into our own words, we should have to say,
    • brought into action the forces which streamed down upon the planet
    • those who have handed down to us this ancient record the same
    • words furnish their own proof.
    • into its own for the first time, and something is added which has
    • an outline of the six “days” of creation. I have shown
    • rudiments of a physical body had been laid down in man; during the
    • their crowning achievement — in order at last to pour human
    • his soul, because it is his own divine destination.
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    • — and this feeling of your own warmth, experience of your own
    • — the kind of warmth we conceive to be rayed down from the hen
    • and to gather itself together, to contract, in the downward
    • upward of part of it, and the concentration downward of the other
    • downward on the second “day” of creation. Thus, in the
    • say of our own accord comes sounding back to us from the spiritual
    • that in the hierarchical order going from above downward, we distinguish,
    • is undertaken by the Elohim themselves; but after they had laid down
    • which they themselves had laid down the main lines. In this way
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    • connection with such expressions (to use my own words) as “The inner
    • that the main lines, the main features, of evolution were laid down
    • comes if it knows how to interpret its own findings properly. What
    • the Elohim, they must inweave into their own work in an orderly
    • cannot think anything through to the end. I have known some of these
    • themselves known in the form of successive events in time. A correct
    • space in such a way that the great ordinances laid down by the Archai
    • call the Spirit of the Age. If we look around at the way our own
    • a flood of light will be thrown upon that account. It will all appear
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    • not until the time of our own planetary existence that the earth
    • conditions. Thus we have in our own outer physical bodies something
    • sacrifice their own corporeality to supply the foundation, the basic
    • in it their own “humanity.” It was this will-substance
    • element transformed itself in the downward direction, that is, in the
    • advanced as to be able to allow their own substance to flow out as
    • warmth, so advanced as to be able to offer their own substance as a
    • bringing forth once more the objective in its own substantial nature.
    • hierarchies in the downward direction from the Spirits of Will,
    • existence which tends towards form gets crushed or ground down. None
    • emerges as the crowning achievement of evolution. We have to
    • account up to the crowning of the structure on the sixth
    • that for the creation of man himself, for the crowning fulfilment of
    • unknown, only dimly sensed. Let us follow up the activity of some
    • crown their work they had to unfold still higher powers. The Elohim,
    • that the several Elohim each had his own special capacity. Each of
    • stage, developed their own unity to a reality, so that they were no
    • what has come down from a people who worshipped the Elohim, and what
    • has been handed down by a people who worshipped Jahve. And whoever
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    • which characterised our own nature in former times has developed into
    • ability to distinguish between external objects and our own inner
    • rise before his soul as he sits in meditation down-stage, and feels
    • before him persons whom he has previously known in life. In the Play,
    • expanded his own self to a world. It could be either, and he must
    • one's own inner being. Such an organic consciousness was quite
    • was this work upon his own organs. He perceived it in the form of
    • Moon period what man perceived was his own inner becoming, he
    • himself, the way he was evolving his perceiving eye out of his own
    • astral and felt his own development as an external world. Today it
    • perceive the outside world merely as a reflection of one's own
    • perceived in his own being the work of those Beings who later became
    • happens once only, and happens for its own sake and not for the sake
    • earth develops in such a way that a gradual densification downward
    • not known what to make. There have been commentators who said:
    • followed of their own accord the rule of telling the whole truth, and
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    • we think of a small quantity of water which we cool down and allow to
    • of the consciousness soul. On this third day, down below on the earth
    • Genesis speaks the astral body was not the same as our own astral
    • grown to Jahve-Elohim, which streamed into man with the air.
    • understand his own origin until he makes up his mind to think of his
    • already there — we have not understood our own origin. The
    • brought down to the surface of the earth? How did the further
    • preoccupation with securing one's own inner comfort — all that
    • heavier, sank down out of the periphery to the surface of the earth.
    • him down to earth, whereas he had hitherto dwelt in its periphery.
    • word how man fell through his own weight, and how he had to leave
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    • own terminology) the Lemurian age.
    • cooling down of the earth took place. I went into this in detail in my
    • in it; the cooling-down process only began with the transition to
    • have ventured to say in these lectures, and our own reluctance
    • in sleep from the other human members (grown denser since that time);
    • awoke in the soul-spirits of the neighbouring planets to come down
    • sun, man was enabled to remain with the earth and to preserve his own
    • by the ancient seers and rediscovered in our own day be spiritual
    • Beings, who underpinned alike the creation itself and their own
    • “Our revelation flows down into us from divine-spiritual
    • attributed the creation and also their own power of revealing the
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    • nature which enabled him to become a mature being. Had he come down
    • the animals nearest to man, the earth-animals proper, which came down
    • another parallel between the ancient Hebrew doctrine and our own
    • nature was thereby brought down a stage and became differentiated.
    • this older part of their Being they continue their own further
    • not work directly upon the earth, it devotes itself to its own
    • man into whom Jahve impressed his own Being, as the direct successor
    • in our own language of the right way to conceive these things. But it
    • duty of taking more and more into our own being the spiritual Being
    • around us, conferring blessing, refreshment and health upon our own
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    • Principles such as these were laid down at a time when traditions
    • shown you how man has changed in the course of evolution through the
    • Indian, Persian, Egypto-Chaldean, Greco-Latin epochs, on to our own
    • the depths of his own soul.
    • to draw forth an active experience from the depths of their own being
    • up to the divine and spiritual by an active strengthening of his own
    • a vision which he must acquire for himself by his own inner
    • of the senses. Paul knew from his own super-sensible experience in
    • necessity of mighty changes in our own time.
    • part in the great change that is so necessary in our own
    • the Easter festival. In our own time a book entitled “The Essence
    • whence Christ came down to unite Himself with the life of the earth!
    • connection to the world-catastrophe of his own time. For in very deed
    • being crucified upon the cross of its own materialism. But man must do
    • rather believe that he had by his own force worked his way up little
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    • with. They realise that civilisation is going downhill and are always
    • path must inevitably lead downhill until a sufficiently large number
    • their own opinion about ancient usages, those usages would be far
    • Possessing this ancient vision, how did man conceive of his own
    • was conscious of the eternal nature of his own being, because he knew
    • people,” as the people who, while possessing their own racial
    • prone to look to the innate qualities of his own being for
    • new way to bring this element of universal humanity to its own had not
    • scripts before reaching knowledge of their own concerning the Mystery
    • known; direct knowledge alone can reveal these things. The age must be
    • These are the domains where untruthfulness is rampant, deep down in
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    • culture flourished in a tiny region of the earth and little was known
    • own religion will lead more and more Buddhists to Anthroposophy, and
    • elementary beliefs, long since outgrown by those who have grasped the
    • Divine Impulse came down to the earth, passed through death
    • Christianity is only beginning to come into its own. And when men
    • through his deeds men should be set upon a downward path; his purpose
    • opponents, not to set men upon a downward path. The progressive gods,
    • such knowledge was cultivated in the Rosicrucian Schools. It was known
    • men. And in these Rosicrucian Schools it was known, too, that many a
    • he looks down to the earth and beholds peace reigning among the
    • purpose of a sword is no longer known — it has been replaced by
    • Though known to none, yet with its ancient blessing,
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    • counter-image of its own physical suffering, in order that this might
    • incumbent upon man to experience the resurrection of his own being in
    • the true Being of Christ. Western humanity has drawn Christ down to
    • its own level, drawn Him down as the helpless Child, and as one
    • the crucifix, the figure of the crucified One. And I have also shown
    • Christ Who hovers above the Cross, looking down upon that which —
    • deathless.” — In his own eternal being man must unite with
    • the Man of Sorrows on the Cross, is looking down, not upon the eternal
    • yearn for understanding of his own will, for knowledge of his own
    • body, in the purple robe and wearing the crown of thorns. The sight of
    • by the figure of the Christ triumphant Who looks down upon the
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    • belonging to these worlds came down in a spiritual manner to the men
    • speaking — men could discover little through their own faculties.
    • times by the divine Teachers. A great deal is already known to you.
    • world. He knew that his own essential being had entered into a
    • having to face experiences in their earthly life that would be unknown
    • primeval humanity had never experienced birth and death in their own
    • incarnate in an earthly body and with His own divine soul pass through
    • Many things concerning the Mystery of Golgotha have become known to
    • everything that was known in those days about the Risen Christ, the
    • communications was due entirely to their own human evolution. For it
    • what He had experienced and other divine Beings had not. From His own
    •  “man will now be able to develop his intellect and his own
    •  “through the Mystery of Golgotha, my own being has
    •  “Christ came down from spheres beyond the earth to the
    • he to possess all the science known on earth, if his wisdom is able to
    • with the destiny of the earth — an experience hitherto unknown to
    • the gods in their own realm — was proclaimed over and over again
    • understand the eternal nature of his own soul. This understanding,
    • It is known by very few, for example, that the secret of Nietzsche's
    • still known that men once possessed a sublime knowledge born of the
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    • understand it. I said that when, in future times, men have outgrown
    • Christianity will have thrown off the outmoded forms of religious life
    • before last I had to give a lecture in Stockholm, among other towns in
    • when a man wakes in the morning he comes down with his astral body and
    • world around him. He plunges with his astral body down into his brain,
    • come down into his physical and etheric bodies he still had some
    • Greco-Roman culture, and finally our own. These epochs of civilisation
    • ancestors remembered that their own forefathers had actually seen what
    • Not until the etheric body had sunk right down into the physical body
    • for him in scripts, or in tradition, but had become his own,
    • At this point we are drawing near the time of our own Fifth
    • his own existence and that of the three kingdoms of nature, but also
    • to experience these spiritual worlds through their own organs of
    • civilisation, in ancient India, ancient Persia and the rest, down to
    • our own time.
    • downwards to a certain point, it turns again upwards, reaching the
    • known to everyone who is aware of this deeply significant truth of
    • and here we come near to the secret of our own epoch of
    • what is known as the “spiritual death.” For around him there
    • age of 30, the Christ came down into his body. For the first and last
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    • Enlightened One. Whereupon a miraculous fire would stream down from
    • sense also understand the words which make known the identity of the
    • known in the burning thorn-bush and then in fire on Sinai. It was
    • am.” But even if this were not known, the fact that
    • burning thorn-bush and on Sinai is the same God Who came down from
    • in need of help. They are Beings who for the purpose of their own
    • development need not come down into a human body, for their own human
    • through power from above, through what has streamed down through them
    • itself, and He has shown us how the forces of redemption, the forces
    • quickened in man's own inner being, in the blood. Thus the radiance
    • of what it means to live no longer within its own narrow, personal
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    • coming down from the universe will transport the uncorrupted body of
    • faculty to draw from his own innermost being the forces that
    • earth able from its own elements to provide a raiment for the Christ.
    • greatest of all the Avatars who have come down to the earth and when
    • this individuality came down from spiritual heights and clothed
    • Nazareth was woven into his own etheric body. This individuality bore
    • his own astral body and ego, but into his etheric body was woven a
    • because Augustine remained dependent upon his own ego and his own
    • of the astral body of Jesus of Nazareth was woven into his own astral
    • The time has come to-day when these secrets may be made known, when
    • hitherto has been known only to those who reached enlightenment. They
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    • Friedrich Rittelmeyer, who had become widely known in Germany as a
    • revealed to mankind in times relatively near to our own.
    • Being can so infuse His own power into the human ego, so pour Himself
    • was shown there how we have to trace back all men in their bodily
    • makes itself known to our consciousness as something higher than the
    • own speech and can became conscious of it. We are approaching the
    • a dreamlike way what appears to be an action of their own; yet they
    • In short, people will gradually achieve, through their own efforts,
    • one, and even of something in our own time corresponding to a fifth
    • follow our own — namely, that it is essential to have some
    • — living on the old gift of faith handed down to him through
    • made to-day; and if I have sown seeds I know that next year they will
    • there the hidden depths of their being right down into the physical
    • theologians — that the Kingdom of Heaven has not come down on
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    • find in themselves their own effective support.
    • earlier incarnations of my own.
    • “The Soul's Probation,” where we are shown earlier
    • truths known, either here on the physical plane, or — if they are
    • are too mature for that, and they look down on such old beliefs as
    • themselves known.
    • time already, in a certain sense, written down a prophetic version of
    • — then out of spirituality the seed of hope will be sown, and in
    • its own. Ultimately, however, people would ask themselves what they
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    • with their own life and soul for what the tasks of this time are
    • We have all got ears, but we each hear in our own way. We all have
    • one thing that we have long known.
    • remember his own birth. No one can prove his own birth by personal
    • had to proceed from our own initiative, we should be greatly
    • incarnation. When we are asleep, we are our own prophetic transmuters
    • own Karma, and we should not on this account wish to die at this or
    • what one sees as one's own life. Up to the thirty-fifth year we are
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    • Fraulein Stinde belongs to those who are certainly known to the
    • times as our own, in which the enigma of death approaches the human
    • like our own, in which humanity is exposed to such severe trials, are
    • opposing the Roman peoples who had now grown old, and through the
    • that between our own times and that which played its part in the epoch
    • our own epoch and that of the Rome at the first appearance of
    • shown on other occasions how, from three or four different points of
    • the centre. We regard our own life in its chronological course.
    • look from the circumference on to our own life, which for these few
    • standpoint, as our own immediate world. And because we see it, that
    • unknown to them. They have compulsorily to live in a world whose
    • together with them that we actually have them as our own inner
    • its own accord. It appears without one's having very much to do with
    • died. But a soul that appears more of its own accord is a soul which
    • experience the results brought about by your own deeds. We experience
    • my own experience. And while I now experience it, it makes good in me
    • that man himself makes his own Karma, that is, that he has in himself
    • own individuality. First we have the plan of our Karma. Then we must
    • bring about this retrospect. It must be brought about by his own
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    • occupied in working out the interaction of its own being with the
    • physical body, but he does not experience so much his own inner being
    • powerlessness to extract that wisdom out of his own soul. All
    • thereby be too little his own, he would be too much a mere copy of
    • very own possession. When we delve for it in this fashion, our
    • knowledge is then our own: we have it for ourselves. This holds good
    • perception by their own activity. The ‘other world’ —
    • our own world here below — is always present. Whereas here the
    • bring it into vision by our own efforts. For one who can have
    • world continually existing down there if only it was not permanently
    • down on to the earth without seeing in every part of it this terrible
    • ‘Down there is something which does not merely exist.’
    • down for man through Karma. If one lives to be old, that is Karma. If
    • Here on earth, physical life is always known of itself; while over
    • there is the life which is unknown; and that in the spiritual, things
    • to our own times, may be embodied in the great truth:
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    • vision directed down to earth, enables them to perceive. I pointed out
    • itself to make its own world, the world in which it then is, always
    • proved, unless it can be shown in the same way as a reality; even in
    • from her own sources to that which is self-existing. Art creates
    • world a man must bring forth artistic creation out of his own soul,
    • must contribute something out of his own being; to those now in the
    • Now, such things as these are not really known in the physical life of
    • man. We may put it thus! These things are not known by the ordinary
    • memorials for the dead, have nevertheless, their own days set apart
    • it mildly, to take special pleasure in one's own portrait;
    • love with himself, and also with his own portrait, so there it is
    • Thus when this question comes before the soul, one is shown the
    • not form this friendship for its own sake, but as a means to something
    • his egotism and drives it down to the sphere of unconsciousness, if he
    • life, but by the egotism forced out of the ordinary consciousness down
    • case he has pressed the egotism down into his astral body. Then comes
    • long. If these people have to sit down in the evening to read these
    • place the soul in the right attitude, that they drag down into the
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    • consciousness. This remains unknown to ordinary human life. Much takes
    • be well known to us from earlier lectures.
    • which pursues its own course, which continually lives around us, and
    • of the same sort as himself; he the down-trodden, but this time,
    • presence, and not of an indefinite, unknown presence, but it seemed to
    • it, but ruminated over his own decay, as he himself shows in his
    • the case of some unknown person, and in that way he hoped to get
    • must have known a man who really had such experiences in the course of
    • paced up and down. Then he opened the top drawer of his writing table
    • he had probably bought at the worst time of his nervous breakdown. He
    • same with my own hand. EYSENHARDT. Vienna, 10th June, 1901.”
    • external nature. In the second we push through the veil of our own
    • leads to Spiritual Science, but it has always been known and brought
    • wishes to present it in his own way. His editor uttered some beautiful
    • former times men sought the spiritual path, but in their own way; but
    • arguments have long been known. But beneath these logical reasons is
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    • experiences them in his own way, as a simple primitive child of
    • whole must gradually re-acquire through its own efforts. We then see
    • man there is always present in the innermost of his own spiritual
    • a mirror, in a reflected image, has a picture world of his own, and as
    • in their own being, if they could get a little further away from their
    • judges of his own book is naturally cleverer than the others. So Fritz
    • ‘The world pours down on us; through the few miserable openings
    • certain of these matters in this connection. And I have written down a
    • maintains that: ‘the immeasurable Cosmos pours down to us, and we
    • determines the limitations of knowledge, is our own mode of thought in
    • inner labour, is almost entirely unknown to our materialistic age; it
    • knowledge as has been laid down, is utterly lacking to these men. It
    • forms of thought. Everywhere we should lay aside in our own souls that
    • just said: that the Christ can be known by spiritual means — thus
    • our own soul.
    • lanterns along the well-known paths, from the snow mountains and
    • out of the neighbouring village, not out of his own; how the children
    • a greenish shimmer which moved gently downwards. But the arch became
    • sheaves of various lights above the arch, like the spikes of a crown,
    • This is a beautiful presentation. The children had grown up without
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    • out of one's own inner perception.
    • along the path of my own evolution. Without these kingdoms I could not
    • one's own being in the same way as man has cast out the snake, thereby
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    • He is then entirely the result of his own activity, of his karma.
    • part of man's astral body which is his own work. That, however, which
    • is the result of his own work lives also in the etheric body and the
    • a town by electric trams. In a small town, where the trams are fewer
    • town, where the movement is greater and more frequent, the instrument
    • own choice he can work on his etheric body, he must at least, to a
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    • them on the mental plane. There they tell us their own names.
    • Man's consciousness reaches down to the physical plane. Here his
    • the consciousness of man, who carries his being down from the mental
    • Each of the sense organs has a consciousness of its own. These
    • consciousness sinks down from the head and creeps into the plant.
    • plant has brought consciousness down to the astral plane. Thus there
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    • between the eyes and from there direct his consciousness downward into
    • build with a substance which he creates out of his own being. The ants
    • is valueless, but that everything has its own inherent value. There is
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    • landscape, then one feels in oneself that one's own life is altered,
    • consciousness, but with one's own life, the etheric body; one is then
    • seeks for life in it, one is with one's own life on the Nirvana plane.
    • own element. With the life ether one perceives life. This ether is
    • also called the atomic ether, because on this plane it has its own
    • life, its own central point. What lives on a particular plane has on
    • We have now heard that warmth has its own life on the Buddhi or the
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    • around him. In bringing forth his own being he was at first creative.
    • In the beginning he himself created his own organism. For this he now
    • colours and other sense perceptions and also his own being. Then we
    • that he does not produce his own being, but incorporates something
    • he was in a position to bring into them his own Kama (astral body).
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    • was to remain unknown. Christ therefore expressly forbade any teaching
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    • a karmic result of earlier idealistic periods. The founding of towns
    • stages from above downwards. At the beginning of evolution the first
    • develops. Now we do not perceive what is broken down by chemical,
    • The 14th century was the time of the creation of towns. Within a few
    • hundred years independent towns had developed in all civilised
    • establishment of towns. The swan was his symbol; the initiate of the
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    • astral body, brownish red, brick red, blood red. Especially with
    • fathers’. These sins of the fathers are inherited down to the seventh
    • kingdom. He makes the Earth into something entirely of his own
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    • reality he had arose out of his own inner life. This was in its very
    • The next step is to order himself not according to his own wishes but
    • consciously and out of his own will does not act in accordance with
    • which are not his own, then he soars upwards to the Devachanic Plane.
    • become his own master. Here therefore he can only live, as he actually
    • Now what was it that drove the soul down on to the Physical Plane? It
    • has not yet brought with it, what is still unknown, drives it down
    • drive man down. These together are called Nidanas. As man gradually
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    • forms from left behind stages of what was laid down earlier. It was
    • Everything that is now known only by means of anatomy was at that time
    • known in quite another way. The occult investigator made his
    • the work of his own ego. Then he also gradually begins to see into
    • proportion to his own development. People, however, who are more
    • fought against their own countrymen on the side of the Japanese. This
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    • from the turning point of the 15th and 16th centuries on into our own
    • written down until the 6th century. This is why scholars deny the
    • teachings were never written down but only communicated as tradition
    • that the last of these, who wrote down this teaching was one of those
    • There man works on his own house in preparation for his next life. In
    • own world. They can, for a particular purpose, form for a short time
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    • lives. In Devachan this remains his own. All that man has done in the
    • entered into the physical world as a being who must find his own way.
    • forces which during the next Planetary Evolution will become our own
    • had his own knowledge; he describes three such stages of
    • himself alone, only to experience an intensification of his own
    • Avitchi. A person who cannot escape from his own separateness goes
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    • who were not especially well-known as scholars and who also held no
    • themselves appear under their own names. The impulse which, in the
    • known as the main teachings of Theosophy. The occult brotherhoods gave
    • the actual purpose of his being there was to set men on their own
    • bridge which is thrown from one incarnation to another.
    • of the outer world. In ancient India nothing of this was yet known.
    • down again into physical existence. The first of these forces is
    • Avidja: ignorance. Avidja is what draws us down again into physical
    • incarnations draw him down into existence.
    • work like strings, drawing us ever and again down into existence. (The
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    • can be simply my own concern; what I speak, I speak as member of a
    • the Lemurian Age and for the first time created his own Karma, before
    • This is why at that time beings of this nature had to come down from
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    • calls him the Father. Because he is so little known he is also called
    • the Unknown God, and in theosophical literature the first Logos.
    • influence beyond their own time. The pictures which they gave the
    • His feelings are subject to his own control; the rest of humanity is
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    • way right down into the low-lying plain of Northern Germany. The
    • thrown something off.
    • developed formation of the human form down to those which were utterly
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    • into our own. It is simply a natural process. Thus it is, when other
    • with far greater intensity. The animal however presses its own
    • impulses into its own astral form, so that it usually creates its own
    • form, its own image in astral space.
    • beings of this kind which are then able to draw such people downwards.
    • we are drawn down by the asuric beings. The higher forces of these our
    • forces of our own lower nature.
    • Every animal draws its own nature after it astrally like a trail. What
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    • degree. Now it is possible for the separate parts to go their own way,
    • sink ourselves into our own ego organisation, to desire always more
    • often what is made known after the death of a person proceeds from
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    • feeling known outwardly by means of an action and yet we can feel
    • million people hold their own view about it, the problem must find the
    • be found on the Astral Plane. These thoughts work downwards on to the
    • opinion for which one stands is brought down to the astral plane, when
    • karmically the most intimate. They are creative through their own
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    • thrown off however remained as separated astral forms, beings with a
    • world it has thrown off and which were earlier within it. They build
    • original astral body had thrown off various portions of itself which
    • parts. These ten parts (shown in the diagram) hold the body together
    • is an image of the beings which have been thrown off. In so far as
    • up the reflected images of its own actions.
    • around us — the effects of our own actions. This again builds up
    • according to these, shape our own body. What the Monad has brought
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    • time. The human being too had grown up out of the Earth and for this a
    • them from the centre of their own planet. They were totally different
    • stood upside down and the Sun shone upon his head. Everything
    • be in the position to bring forth his own kind. In this way mankind
    • was rescued from downfall.
    • human beings able to bring forth their own kind Bulls. (Certain animal
    • Age did the Monads regret their previous refusal; they came down and
    • his own further Karma came about. Now he could fall into error.
    • the whole of what has been sown into Devachan. As a result, in
    • case the Earth would be going towards its downfall. Were the hosts of
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    • give himself his own form. On the previous astral Earth Jehovah and
    • the other kingdoms had to some extent to be pushed downwards and he
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    • existed what are known as the Solar Pitris. The most exalted among
    • brought down from Mercury. Christ united his sovereignty with that of
    • brought down from Mercury in etheric form. Had we not had quicksilver
    • iron was brought down to the Earth from Mars. Iron originates in Mars.
    • to place his own thoughts into the form. On the Fifth Globe man will
    • If we wish to write down in numbers the conditions of life, form and
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    • everything that was present previously drips down as it were. All the
    • downwards, we would always come out at the tip of the root. If then we
    • time it is only through poetry that they are known. Miners (of
    • eliminate the damage in the astral body, otherwise he will break down
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    • him and his own body. At that time he had no consciousness of his own,
    • The Atlantean Continent perished through water. The downfall of the
    • work of the human being on his own etheric body. There he had drawn
    • The Fifth Root-Race will bring man to his downfall through what must
    • there will be no more personal possession, everything will be owned in
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    • decline, is moving towards its downfall. It puts up a resistance.
    • This resistance to its downfall is a spiritual expression of something
    • disturbance of the one people fighting against their own decline, and
    • archangel known to Christian esotericism as Michael and the hosts of
    • sphere of infectious illnesses. Certain infectious illnesses, unknown
    • as hate. For as regards races we find ourselves on a downward path. If
    • one were to believe that this downfall could be delayed and contained
    • form out of the separated, downward-thrust evil of animality. Let us
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    • nourishing of their own physical body.
    • feed their young with their own milk. With the division of the power
    • that he should come right down onto the physical plane that the
    • Manas. Now a religion had to come about which led right down onto the
    • descended. This religion which led them downwards had to have an outer
    • water into wine at the marriage in Cana, we are shown how Christ took
    • from his own wisdom, from the God within him, so far does he also
    • hasten. towards his own deification.
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    • conception of the world. Of this, what has been handed down as
    • was handed down by word of mouth.
    • Edda, which was only written down at the end of the Middle Ages. We
    • wisdom brought down from the spiritual world makes its appearance in
    • reach their downfall, the Northern Gods approach their end (Twilight
    • So think of Europe, Central Asia and Egypt as sown with the seed of
    • and eleven stars bowed down before him. The eleven stars are the
    • — “that your brothers will bow down to you.” Here the
    • The well-known traveler, Peters,
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    • within the basic types known as the temperaments, such variety exists
    • existence. The human being will come to be known as the product of an
    • combine, each imparts something of its own quality to the other. In
    • streams in the human being combine to yield what is commonly known as
    • others, and gives them its own peculiar stamp. Where the bearer of the
    • presence known. Accordingly their ego stunts the growth of the other
    • would seem to want to bore down into the ground. By contrast, the
    • to anything other than his own personal pain is the small danger; the
    • sanguine child is exposed to a variety of things in which he has shown
    • trials. The child must feel that the teacher has known real pain. Let
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    • truly comprehended — must be kept separate, are thrown
    • finds in his own spirit concerning this external world — the
    • true to himself and understand the nature of his own acts of
    • perceive out yonder in the cosmos when I direct my own intelligence
    • his own intelligence rendered him capable of producing paper! Think
    • master in his own soul life before he was able to produce paper. You
    • shown that instincts may far outstrip human intelligence, and that
    • his own efforts, so it is with certain faculties and abilities of the
    • animal is to develop is laid down at the moment of its birth and is
    • to see a herd of cattle lying down to digest immediately after
    • experiences in its soul life, and from out of its own organism, what
    • begin to lignify, to wither away. But man's own dealings with
    • own digestion. The highest level of experience in the soul life of an
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    • same intelligent activity that is shown by man in the tools and
    • intimately bound up is the soul life of the animal with its own
    • laid down for the animal through the predetermined organization
    • for man the possibility is open to develop, within limits, his own
    • come in a certain way to pour life into his own form. We need
    • imprinting into himself his sense of balance, the sense of his own
    • acquire a sense of one's own movement, in the imprint of bodily
    • these forces close down. But when they are really within the
    • our own attitude to each work of art, that is a work of art, if we
    • recognizes its own species, the dog the dog, the elephant another
    • animals any perception of their own ego being. And materialistic
    • has his characteristic gesture, his own particular physiognomy and
    • way he feels his existence in his own body; and on the other side,
    • spiritual sphere. For then we are definitely shown that through an
    • treated by external investigation is best shown in Goethe's
    • organization, a life in its own sphere.
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    • make use of his own powers of thought, he finds himself immersed in
    • but little known in the outer world.
    • down on their waves the pulsating, quickening light of the cosmos. And
    • rays of light down upon the earth, that is the best time for man to
    • not so conceited as to believe that he could sit down with a piece of
    • Nowadays men describe the sun by saying that it sends its rays down
    • of the sun pour down from the heavens upon the earth, man can send his
    • on the other side is the moon, and the moon sends its rays down upon
    • the physical aspect. The truth is that thoughts are brought down to
    • thought which come down to the earth from the moon.
    • “While the sun continually sends its light down upon the earth,
    • are sent down to him from out of the cosmos.”
    • brought down to them by the rays of the moon. For modern man, the
    • over in his head, and expect answers to arise from his own brain. The
    • from his own being. And it is this force which represents the question
    • becomes inward experience, and the answer rings from your own inner
    • own egotistical way. He must be willing to wait until the cosmos gives
    • in this present age thoughts rise up from within man's own being, it
    • the rays of the sun penetrate down to the earth and on the other hand
    • down upon the earth; and that such thoughts have a closer relationship
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    • primal nebula in the space now occupied by our own. But in accordance
    • place occupied by our own solar system it would include an element of
    • forces which bear him back again when, coming down from the spiritual
    • We can speak in a similar way of the other forces, known by the names
    • own bodies as well; but at the point where Mercury appears in the
    • These things can be known by studying cosmology, but such study can
    • This too was well known to the old initiates. If, for example,
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    • spatial; from our own point of vision we look outwards. When,
    • maintain its own independent footing in face of the light. In its
    • into his own nature when he returns into earthly existence.
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    • our own neighbourhood, you find limy soil. Further south you find
    • functioning of the limbs in a downward direction — point to an
    • draws these forms down on to the earth — forms which would
    • his own. He would, as it were, bring about an objective cleverness in
    • which his own personality would have no part. Everything has its
    • latter ceases to impose its own laws. This allows the cosmic laws to
    • his own organisation in face of the force which, through the medium of
    • known; on the contrary, too little is known about it. What is really
    • known about carbon? That it is to be found in nature as coal, as
    • their physical characteristics. But it is not known that carbon is the
    • Today we cannot simply imbibe again the things that once became known
    • the extreme top, from above downwards. In the widely distributed lead
    • radioactive ones. The radiations of uranium are, of course, known; it
    • is known that certain rays — alpha rays they are called —
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    • thought that comes before my own soul on this occasion, it is that it
    • hold their own in face of what the present and immediate future may
    • back in such a way that when he probes into his own soul and examines
    • for my own life of soul?” He can then answer, “However many
    • representing, is able to apply the feelings and sentiments of his own
    • it is first necessary even for us to prepare our own souls before we
    • can understand that age, so different from our own.
    • Last Sunday when the curtain went down after the last scene of the
    • its own life. For many years we have been striving to understand the
    • how it lived in post-Atlantean times, and we have grown to realise in
    • into spiritual worlds. But in his own way the Greek felt a significant
    • upon hearing the alluring voice of a being strange to him, to his own
    • to man's own soul being? The European soul, the European
    • can I find in the most intimate life of my own soul what is resounding
    • all that he is prepared to bring as his own offering. Here, perhaps, I
    • own faculties, without limiting himself to what I myself would say. To
    • with him, giving out according to his own ability once he has
    • the conviction that it will always be my own deepest endeavour toward
    • ourselves willingly and of our own free will, and that is the
    • one knows one's own value and how far one may go. If we are servants
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    • necessarily follow that Faust should own that he deserves to fall
    • to all the greatness that, so dimly sensed today, has only come down
    • shining down, according to the needs of the different epochs, into the
    • down what is parallel between the two. Therefore, if we want to
    • should be known of them. Although this may sound paradoxical, it is a
    • has become as unknown a personality as Homer is today. Man's soul then
    • have come down from their heights. You would probably be much
    • discuss further this result of my own investigation and what was
    • the things known to everyone conversant with occultism, letting
    • the earth in its most important phase, radiates down into the earth's
    • incarnate down there?” This is, of course, impossible but let us
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    • reflect quietly about himself, will determine his own value as a human
    • speech, where there shines down into primitive, elementary human
    • his own transformation, so that he may rid himself of his fault, of
    • process shown to one and behave oneself accordingly, or inoculate
    • down all the ideas gained from the life of the senses. That would
    • not. The being shows one this most vividly, and one can feel one's own
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    • his own body. Through countless facts that need not here be dealt with
    • unsubstantial and unknown; you do not even know whether you can
    • recollection. We are then a mere nothing for our own consciousness; we
    • human being is of such a nature that he bears his own being through
    • picturing the soul as it carries its own being through eternity, then
    • consciousness becomes weaker and weaker, more and more toned down, and
    • experiences in coming down into the etheric body. I have described
    • beings. This surging up within you of an unknown world, which you
    • own inner world rising up within you. At first you are aware of
    • By this surging up within you of the images of unknown beings with
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    • streaming out into infinity in all directions from one's own body as a
    • confronted in particular with our own fellow beings. In sensory
    • your sensory existence, you do not have the image of your own physical
    • own moral qualities. You should perceive what moral or immoral
    • Let us assume that you sit down somewhere and instead of thinking
    • that is its own surety, and the longing, “Ah, if only one could
    • with something else. If we want to bring this down into human sensory
    • be described. They may be described in the way I have just shown, and
    • earthly man, actually is; one looks down on one's ego-man.
    • looks down on all that is going on in souls, even if they do not
    • Christianity who have a mortal dread of what is known as occultism,
    • only have it down here if it has already permeated you. Hence it
    • I have shown you different aspects of the Christ from two different
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    • necessities are shown in the three figures who appear before our souls
    • Threshold. You are here shown, as it were, three different aspects
    • of initiation, because his soul life has become clairvoyant by his own
    • down into sensory existence all the treasures that pertain to real
    • human soul draws forces from its own depths that are able to radiate
    • every man to sacrifice for others what is his own, what is his most
    • namely, to bring down into the world of the senses all that we can
    • questions in the sensory world about unknown paths and so forth, want
    • Thus, man can unfold what lies in his own forces alone for the
    • Thus, again and from another side, we are shown through feeling what
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    • through his own vision, to penetrate into the experience and
    • so transformed one's own soul as to be able to look into those worlds.
    • unknown, distant landscape simply from a description. If you have a
    • it will not be understood. Or it may not be a man's own fault that he
    • own inner life and is at first guided by what is in those images. It
    • happens in his own immediate circle, in the circle of those with whom
    • who is known throughout the world for his objectivity, his calm sense
    • remarkable thing has become known about him. He once, in the presence
    • unknown corner of the world, far removed from great empires, and there
    • body somewhat in the following way. Assume that you were walking down
    • essential being. His own being, his experience, his perception, widen
    • grown together with the earth, yet at the same time he was growing
    • another planet; then he comes down to earth, and we must say,
    • line. It is thus possible to say of Buddha that he came down from
    • super-sensible worlds by reason of their own sense of truth, their
    • in their own souls the sure impulse that can only come from
    • brought down into the physical world through the grace of our
    • those who have their night-caps down, not only over their heads but
    • when they live over again the mutual love that has been shown. We have
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    • of our own being - 'personified karma.' The next
    • own inner world in a much deeper sense than by perception. We do more
    • pure ideals which the idealist draws down from his contact with the
    • stirs and dies down again within itself; thoughts only have an
    • our own inner being than are thought and perception. When we wish to
    • has to develop his own feelings within himself; but we are able to
    • find others whose feelings echo our own. For although the life of
    • the part of the work that we do through our own will is only half of
    • individuality. It is just by this we are shown how the will
    • perception we are able to make into our own inner life! In perception
    • world into my own inner world, in the sphere of actual experience I
    • what lies deep down in the soul, through our feeling and our will.
    • thrown upon these four spheres of our inner life when we try to
    • soul-being as his own human nature outside the body, then a new world
    • own being, which appears to us — it cannot be expressed
    • physical world as one's own body, had to come into being and
    • forward; he imagines that he does this for his own pleasure. In order
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    • between Lucifer and the gods. And the human ideal is thrown out from
    • when, from outside the body, it looks back at its own body and on all
    • have not known before, something that really emerges like flowers
    • from our own soul. Then we learn to distinguish between what might be
    • own forces directly into our inner being. Earthly teachers speak to
    • thrown out of time into space, it is attracted magnetically by
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    • reflected in time. But deep down in our etheric body, behind memory,
    • ourselves, but through their being thrown into the future by Ahriman,
    • stated that light is thrown on the past by clairvoyant consciousness.
    • that we send down into the subconscious depths of our being that
    • which dies in us; but the death which we send down more and more into
    • our own being is received by the Christ Who comes to meet us with
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    • he must make certain conceptions and ideas his own, which cannot be
    • materialist and deny spirit before death is the way to be drowned, as
    • reality one had formerly believed in, A man is then choked or drowned
    • go as before to a library and take down fifty books that are of no
    • to make use of his wisdom; otherwise he is stifled by or drowned in
    • own spiritual development that at certain times he was able quite
    • aim of spiritual creative power.’ What I have just brought down
    • comes from positive religion. These people have known that positive
    • cause at all. The cause remains the same in its own nature whether it
    • recognise Christ merely through philosophy; this must be our own free
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    • known and the Beings of higher hierarchies. The difference in
    • clouds, stars, sun and moon; and from his own standpoint and through
    • poured thyself, it rays back to thee thy own life between birth and
    • stands before us, because the living beings reveal their own
    • From these, our own elemental
    • Through our own elemental creations we learn to know the others.
    • feeling-memory, the connection of feeling with our own last earthly
    • electric switch connecting our own individuality with what goes on
    • gradually fade and die down, and they do this after some years.
    • But during this dying down and
    • being. When it strikes against the elemental being it is thrown back.
    • us on the waves of will. Our own being which is poured out into the
    • them pictorially), this soul-light slumbers so deep down within us
    • very deep down within us during our life on the physical plane. What
    • own soul and these contents grow richer to the same extent that thou
    • which surges around thee beyond the shores of thine own being.
    • anything about any other being except our own. That is the central
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    • we then see is our own past, which has run its course through
    • shown us by spiritual vision; we have had certain joys and sorrows in
    • pleasure or joy for its own sake, but he must fill this joy with a
    • spiritual environment a clear vision, not only of our own past life,
    • us. Thereby arises from deep down within us a tendency which causes
    • their own life is thereby darkened, as if something were taken away
    • and law exist and demand that what thus deviates from its own deeply
    • own well justified place in existence. This is founded in the spirit.
    • own.
    • as was formerly the case, when the tailors in the town only made a
    • which we might call spiritual magnetic forces. These draw him down to
    • and the connection with our own inner world, as if with an outer
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    • we take account also of all that shines down to us from the stars and
    • He must gaze down with awe and reverence at that which in a certain
    • having to find their way to the spirit through their own inner
    • Christianity as serves to remind us of our own social ideals. But
    • men with their own powers, and breathing imaginations into the human
    • men's help. To-day it is men who must seek out the gods; by their own
    • is to strive to deepen our own life of soul. There are many paths to
    • our own lives. We can ask ourselves: How has this life of mine
    • nature of each of these persons, in place of our own. After a time we
    • have made to his own life, then when he meets another man, and
    • deal in his own being remains hidden from him. And this applies not
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    • everyone in his own situation may try to contribute something, out of
    • a restricted sense, that which has been known as the
    • State must stand on its own independent ground, as the second sphere
    • and so forth — on its own account. We gain through it a certain
    • The relation to property, to ownership. If I own a plot of land, then
    • world only if all other peoples were to die away, and their own stock
    • special national goal of its own!
    • mentality is that every nation wants to set up its own national god
    • question: How, out of the depths of our own hearts and souls, under
    • well-known parsons, pastors, etc., who talk about the Christ. The
    • own way. It is hard to-day for humanity to reach the truth, since
    • certain defect, for which he must compensate through his own activity
    • merely in my own way of thinking, and in what I consider
    • man prides himself on his own dogmatic opinions and is interested
    • erroneous — the more light he receives into his own thinking
    • bring another's thought into relation with your own, and whenever you
    • known: Christ is the God for all men. We shall not find Him if we
    • remain egotistically bound up with our own thoughts, but only if we
    • relate our own thoughts to those of other men, if we expand our
    • myself, right down into the depths of my soul, as a member of the
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    • its own way, this State, the more fully it fills this opposite role:
    • the less it claims to incorporate in its own structure anything that
    • culture should be justified on its own ground, for it reflects our
    • reality comes then to be rightly known for the first time. The
    • are quite alone, when we are thrown back entirely on ourselves, that
    • social setting, and then again in our own social order, in this
    • justice, will see to it that whatever a man acquires, beyond his own
    • you clip your coupons ... and then you sit down in the room reserved
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    • by their own researches — a kind of “reductio ad
    • Then and then only will Goethe's outlook come into its own, also in
    • “Nature” has grown to be a rather vague and undefined
    • force of heat or warmth, and so on. They speak of an unknown
    • way from what is known into some unknown realm. They scarcely ever
    • ask if it is really justified thus to proceed from the known to the
    • unknown. They scarcely trouble, for example, to consider if it is
    • suspended by a string, will pull vertically down towards the earth.
    • example are the three statements known as “Kepler's
    • “known” to the so-called “unknown”. He always
    • wants to stay within the sphere of what is known, nor in the first
    • scientific method is not to draw conclusions from the known to the
    • unknown; he will apply all thinking and all available methods to put
    • so-called “known” to an “unknown” of any
    • for such Laws. What he puts down as the quintessence of his
    • to be fundamental, in place of the unknown entities or the
    • which have grown ever more beloved in Science, so much so that in our
    • — has grown to be the determining factor in the way we think
    • is something man understands on its own ground, in and by itself.
    • to outer Nature. I mean Geometry, — all that is known by means
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    • are able to gain simply from our own life of thought. We form our
    • movement. This we can spin, as it were, out of our own life of
    • Nature's processes in our own inner life, we now have to leap across
    • down a certain formula, putting it forward today simply as a
    • well-known theorem. (We can go into it again another time so that
    • presence known, to begin with, simply by this: by its ability to
    • what is implied when we write down the m. All that is
    • either case. Writing down m, we are writing down that in
    • to blot it out. Thus when we write down the formula
    • has grown, — how much must be subtracted to restore the
    • from the downward pressure of weight.
    • in man's own constitution. Our brain, you see, weighs on the average
    • of which the brain is really tending upward, contrary to its own
    • not in forces that pull downward but on the contrary, in forces that
    • of our body — from the base of the skull downward, with the
    • in this condition. Taken as a whole, their tendency is down-ward.
    • Here then we live in the downward pull. In our brain we live in the
    • upward buoyancy, while for the rest we live in the downward pull. Our
    • Will, above all, lives in the downward pull. Our Will has to unite
    • with the downward pressure. Precisely this deprives the rest of our
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    • often happens, one does not get down to a thing right away. Now
    • case, downward in the other. Hence if I had such a double prism I
    • picture has grown smaller. The cylinder of light is contracted.
    • to begin with, I can look down at the object and see it in this
    • have to do so, comes to expression in that I do not see right down as
    • downward. Instead of simply noting this fact, the physicists will
    • they divest the eye of any kind of activity of its own; only from
    • cornea, shown here, — embedded in the ciliary muscle — is
    • a kind of lens. The lens is carried by a muscle known as the ciliary
    • reaches what is commonly known as the vitreous body or vitreous
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    • produced. But the darkness rays downward too, so, while the cylinder
    • of light is diverted upward, the darkness here rays downward and
    • in a downward direction by the prism. At the same time I see it
    • smaller ones fly farther up, the larger ones remain farther down. The
    • on their downward journey (see the figure). Why then the latter
    • is the one stream of light. It is thrown by reflection across here,
    • expansion, known as waves, we imagine sound to spread. To begin with,
    • vibrations happens to be vibrating downward at the very moment when
    • the other hand adding to them our own inventions. This movement of
    • be the eventual explanation; they must contain their own explanation.
    • one swings upward when the other downward so that they cancel each
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    • remarkable fact, which, although not unknown before, was brought to
    • too; it then appears displaced downward instead of upward, moreover
    • It has grown late and
    • come into relation to the light, changing it through their own nature
    • velocity. The space and time are our own instruments. They are bound
    • reality in its own right — a reality of which the essence is,
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    • “I know four men. One of them owns £25, another £50;
    • he therefore owns more than the other. The third of them is £25
    • People have grown ever
    • — to add all manner of unknown agencies and fancied energies,
    • Now it is simpler to add in thought some unknown forces than to admit
    • ethereal ocean. Their calculations relate to an unknown entity which
    • sense-world is explained by an unknown super-sensible, the vibrating
    • search for an unknown to the explanation of this unknown by yet
    • another unknown.
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    • shadow you are seeing on the right is the one thrown by the
    • isn't there, but your own eye is active and makes an after-effect,
    • — I with my own eye generate the contrasting colour. There is
    • apparatus is my eye; I see an objective phenomenon through my own
    • to use Goethe's term, — the eye, according to its own
    • process that goes on in your own eye. There is no real nor
    • lukewarmness on either side. What is it then? It is your own warmth
    • that is swimming there. Your own warmth makes you feel the
    • in the warmth-element of your environment? It is your own
    • state-of-warmth, brought about by your own organic process. Far
    • the state of this your own warmth you converse — communicate
    • environment, wherein your own bodily warmth is swimming. It is your
    • still farther down. We experience our own state-of-warmth by
    • partake also in this. Our consciousness is indeed able to dive down
    • our own consciousness have to partake in the phenomena of light so
    • downward. Here now the cerebrospinal fluid is none other than a
    • downward-and-upward, upward-and-downward undulation of the
    • manifold and differentiated way — this upward and downward
    • own hand by the difference between the warmth of your hand and the
    • the impact and interaction of your own inner, wondrously
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    • have grown accustomed to through Goethe. They wanted to study
    • prevalent today. Historically it is of course well-known, but
    • hand all that which we do not merely think out in our own inner
    • of studying it which we have grown accustomed to in modern Physics
    • condensations and attenuations; that unknown something within me
    • air or vibrating ether, — let him put down the book which
    • method, but way-of-thinking) which physicists have grown accustomed
    • only have you here before me through my own impressions, which (if
    • everyone of you who are here seated is only the effect on my own
    • course also go on into my own body. These are the subject-matter of
    • observe that the second clock starts of its own accord. We will
    • which the human being's own activity is already contained —
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    • beginning no doubt with things that are well-known to you from your
    • further. For it proves possible to calculate, down to the actual
    • and manifold as they appear. These tendencies were crowned to some
    • effect of it is perceptible at a distance. Thus in his own
    • strangely reminiscent of the properties of downright matter.
    • pole, known as the cathode, which lent themselves especially to
    • they now obtained the rays known as “canal rays”. In
    • known as Roentgen rays or X-rays. They have the effect of
    • their turn, quite of their own accord. It is their own inherent
    • direct experience of the phenomena of our own Will; all we are able
    • complicated ways we go down into the realm of electrical phenomena,
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    • another thing emerges from these materials, known as radium etc. It
    • geometrical and kinematical — calculable waves in an unknown
    • pure Geometry — was a thing handed down from ancient time.
    • angles together make 180°, breaks down. For I should then
    • besides the ordinary geometry handed down to us from Euclid other
    • space of our own conceiving? We must admit: the space which we
    • only we who by our own way of thinking first translate this into
    • have at first no means whatever of deciding, how our own
    • which we have spun out of our own inner life. Where then do these
    • different when we go down from the phenomena of light and sound,
    • methods of calculation seem to break down in so many places. In
    • from us and only makes its presence known to us in the phenomena of
    • tubes makes itself known to us in phenomena of light, etc. Whatever
    • than the mere material element. You are obliged to kindle your own
    • developments must come in place of what is breaking down. This
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    • world normally known to us, there is another — the spiritual
    • It will certainly be known to everyone here that there are definite
    • into our own being. Within ourselves we find a world of joy and
    • experiences, rise up as if out of an unknown realm, and that in a
    • external sense-perceptions, must be manifestations of an unknown
    • as a whole; it is the state usually known as ecstasy —
    • hitherto quite unknown to him. Do not say at once that this may be a
    • of pictures or illusions—which has not previously been known. A
    • pictures out of my own experiences’ — then obviously the
    • which a man sees worlds hitherto unknown to him.
    • unknown to him, which he finds nowhere in the physical world, no
    • from the world of the senses and concentrates it upon his own inner
    • differing from those ordinarily known.
    • Again I am describing a condition known and accessible to countless
    • whole. They say to themselves: ‘I have known much grief, much
    • pay more and more attention to their own inner nature, to their own
    • of beings and realities hitherto unknown to him, so does the mystic
    • outer world vanishes and his own Ego expands as it were into a whole
    • he penetrates into a world hitherto unknown to him.
    • hitherto unknown pictures, a world of spiritual realities and beings.
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    • wakes and comes down into the physical and etheric bodies.
    • would be absolutely calm, unbroken sleep. This is of course known in
    • the bodily sheaths, is known in Spiritual Science as the Sentient
    • pictures of dream into man's life of soul during sleep is known as the
    • forgotten your own part in the experiment because it is you who have
    • as our own lives are regulated through the course of 24 hours. The
    • as for the forces which work upon our own lives. The force which in
    • own time-regulated life. — We shall go into these things more
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    • happenings in our own daily and nightly experiences. The main purpose
    • waking. We come down into our etheric and physical bodies but have no
    • fact of experience in the waking state is that we view our own being
    • own being from within, but always from without. We really learn to
    • but again we are protected from perceiving our own inner being in
    • spiritual reality underlying our own being. The boundary that we
    • with the outer world of the senses and we cannot look within our own
    • What would happen to a man who were to descend unprepared into his own
    • enter into his own inner world, into that which spiritually underlies
    • feeling of tremendous intensity, known to him in ordinary life in a
    • if he were able, on waking from sleep, to descend into his own inner
    • overpowering strength if he were to look consciously into his own
    • to this lower kingdom out of which I have grown. The animal too owes
    • downwards with thankfulness to the kingdoms below him. The soul is
    • penetrating into their own inmost being. In the course of normal life,
    • his own inner self without preparation and being consumed by a feeling
    • his own inner self, is called in Spiritual Science, the Lesser
    • dimly divine the existence of the Being known to the spiritual
    • And if we call our own being the Microcosm, we must add that we never
    • our own being reveals in the normal state. Just as when a man looks in
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    • descends consciously into his own inner being. We know that in
    • waking it becomes impossible for us to perceive or be aware of our own
    • we can do very little by means of our own forces to transform these
    • own inner being? As genuine mystics we learn to know something of
    • which there is a Being akin to our own soul, only infinitely mightier.
    • has thus streamed into it is akin to its own three inherent forces.
    • sleep. From this it is evident that when a man is given up to his own
    • higher and higher stages within our own soul.
    • our own soul; the Macrocosm too has developed out of small beginnings
    • done nothing in the past to promote their own development? Once, in
    • will were just as trivial as our own and today their power is such
    • source of those powers. If you do nothing for your own development, if
    • open in him; the true form of his own astral body, which on waking in
    • and that what we have neglected in the development of our own
    • development of our own powers of thinking. If we are to make progress,
    • life itself to the light that streams down from above. The Cosmic
    • flow down from above if men did not themselves work at the development
    • men to replenish, from their side, the down-streaming forces that are
    • Firstly, there is the obstacle raying from our own will into the
    • in respect of our own will now confronts us as an obstacle. We must
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    • have always been known to those who have penetrated more deeply into
    • higher than the world of his own sensory experiences. These are
    • led past the Lesser Guardian of the Threshold into his own inner being
    • attempt to progress independently along his own path of knowledge but
    • training in humility and selflessness will enable him to hold his own
    • unknown realm of his own inner being he must suppress all impulses of
    • himself in his conscious descent to the power known as that of Venus.
    • he was therefore under the guidance of a great teacher whose own
    • make the resolve to eliminate his own Ego completely, to submit to no
    • impulses of his own and to carry out meticulously what the
    • descend without danger into a deeper level of his own inner being.
    • physical bodies of our own forefathers, in order gradually to shape
    • These things are revealed when a man descends into his own etheric
    • unknown to him. The pupil soon recognised that he was being confronted
    • symbol of the snake biting its own tail. This same symbol was used in
    • essential nature of the etheric body can only become known by
    • descending into our own inner self; we then come to know the two
    • etheric body. And by descending into his own inner being he may also
    • his own he cannot attain knowledge of his preceding incarnation. In
    • himself within his own physical body is only possible in the light of
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    • into his own inner being. Left to his own resources he would develop
    • whereas in his waking state he has plunged into his own being, into
    • Northern and Western regions of Europe, including our own, it was
    • candidate's own soul, the Ego-force, had to be brought to him from
    • transmitted to him. His own Ego-force would otherwise have become
    • give information about those worlds from his own experience. A team or
    • experiences are unusual but known to many people when they were more
    • form from those known in waking consciousness, are not yet the
    • impressions hitherto unknown to him in the world of the senses.
    • world; but he takes his own nature, what he is as man, into it. He
    • and made particularly their own; in other words they strengthen his
    • In Spiritual Science these names have always been known. At the
    • Spirit and the Elementary World that forces stream down through these
    • there are spiritual Beings who are able to send down their power into
    • World of Archetypal Images can be brought down in order to make
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    • air and fire — he also becomes aware that his own corporeality
    • differ somewhat from each other. Studying our own being with ordinary,
    • relating his own experiences.
    • melancholic temperament describes the Elementary World in his own
    • look at our own being as though it were a complete Stranger, and that
    • soul-qualities which we have made our own, but to gain clear insight
    • into the temperaments which work right down into the bodily nature, is
    • principle that he can reach the truth only by ignoring his own
    • opinion. He must be able to regard his own opinion as something of
    • yet to distinguish our own identity from it.
    • There is only one being who can help us here, namely, our own. If we
    • just as sound and valuable as my own.’ — This is the kind of
    • have shown you how even in the normal course of life our experiences
    • understood when it is known that the range of the conscious
    • thrown into utter confusion; but if a person is helped to understand
    • his own being, it is easier for him to deal with them. The more
    • become aware of his own shortcomings, his own immaturity. This
    • that corresponds with his own temperament. Thus choleric qualities
    • his own development. There are, in fact, very many such people today.
    • We have now heard how our own nature is related to the Elementary
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    • our own activity, ignoring the product of it. This is even more
    • own activity. At an earlier stage we held back the World of Archetypal
    • shadow-pictures of the World of Reason in our own intellectual
    • the Beings known as the Hierarchies. Little by little everything now
    • step consists in acquiring the power also to suppress our own
    • own activity. If he really makes the attempt the pupil will again
    • when the activity creating the symbols is held back, is known as
    • we also eliminate our own activity, is called Intuition. Through
    • world immediately above our own; and we feel that we have membered
    • Beings of the Macrocosm. It has been shown that before we begin to
    • our own master while scrupulously following the indications given. We
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 9: Organs of Spiritual Perception. Contemplation of the Ego from Twelve Vantage-points. The Thinking of the Heart.
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    • conscientiously and above all has learned to eliminate his own
    • it pleases him but to exclude his own opinion — such a man can
    • own standpoint. For example, one person may say: I have been in such
    • peculiar psychology alleged to have its own laws, but I know that
    • by anyone who sets aside his own opinion and personality and enters
    • surrender of our own personality. We become more and more intensely
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    • hope that, by adding to truths already made known facts directly
    • contemplate our own Ego from outside as soon as we enter the higher
    • logic, or thinking, of the heart in contrast to what is known in
    • has become Space. Just as our own world is known as the physical, so
    • This is known to everyone through ordinary science. Admittedly we
    • quite different kind of Space, one that is unknown to ordinary
    • different from the space known to man in everyday life. In this latter
    • attain in the future after having known what we in the present age
    • understanding what is shown to us by ordinary science, if true
    • I have shown you that the structure of man must be in conformity with
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 11: Man and Planetary Evolution
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    • spiritual knowledge, that everything brought down from the higher
    • ourselves: “I may not yet be able through clairvoyance of my own
    • are known today and point back to man's past, whence from elementary
    • falsehood, but for truth; that long before the soul, out of its own
    • deepest knowledge, will recognise and accept the truths brought down
    • he knows that the same sense of truth which lies in his own heart is
    • understand their own nature, can agree with him spontaneously, even if
    • presents to us a part of our own being which we could not otherwise
    • order to have consciousness there he must come down into big physical
    • plunges down into these bodies. Just as the form in which man stands
    • that certain Spirits, the Spirits of Will, let their own essence
    • whatever he has made his own in his Ego. If any one of you could look
    • through it he will be able to give expression to his own individual
    • with our individuality. Just as with our own Egohood we are rooted in
    • waited until there could be created for him the crowning structure of
    • known that any modification of the breathing belongs to the sublimest
    • look up, because they send down their wisdom from the heights of the
    • And thus, with all it owns,
    • the great ideals which shine down from the spiritual world. Our will
    • they have within them something that is akin to our own soul in its
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    • spiritual, something of a soul nature, into their own soul and
    • own sphere, what predicament serious scientists are in
    • about science, with the picture of the human being as shown in
    • which is supposed to be an immersion in one's own inner being,
    • soul life, in which we follow the course of our own inner
    • ordinary soul life as a result of our own experience of
    • own outlook. He came to ask —
    • ourselves with this information, we are blocking our own
    • feeling brings is something that cuts deep down into the soul.
    • intellectual virtue over our own souls.
    • where our own will controls the ideas and images we
    • through its own nature, its own character; arbitrariness
    • the ordinary outlook its due in its own sphere and not become
    • that man can penetrate into the eternal of his own being, into
    • him, in fact, makes its own existence known itself. The red
    • that goes through birth and death also testifies to its own
    • has shown quite clearly in an admirable article
    • Because natural science has to keep to its own course,
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    • being out of unknown depths, or one could also say, out of
    • unknown heights, that is well suited to provide information
    • one usually means what rises up from unknown regions and
    • become well known since the 1860's through the popular
    • the power of logical thinking; it deduces something unknown
    • appears in our conscious soul life from unknown depths or
    • something which is well known to everyone, but which
    • aspect where it is certainly sufficiently well known that it
    • his own inner self- perception enables him to be absolutely
    • their own souls in order to achieve spiritual experience
    • can write down the most subtle experiences of the physical
    • watch that he had put down nearby. He had heard this ticking
    • isolated even from our own body.
    • senses, movements and his own physical body. This also
    • something individual through its own particular nature, it
    • are. Dreams rise up in our soul life, surge up like unknown
    • between standing before the reality of the spirit with our own
    • of their own lack of understanding. For the scientist of spirit
    • The aim of the science of spirit is not to break down the
    • to their own normal scientific methods. I am not
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    • own soul thinks and feels about these questions, to the
    • impulses of his own actions and to what science has been saying
    • bother about the great unknown which exists beyond the sea and
    • really wanted to reach what was already known.
    • already known by a new route, but then on the way found
    • is already known and which is similar to what we already have:
    • something quite different. We do not meet the well-known
    • reached as something unknown in the same way that Columbus
    • about the world and its own existence. And because we see this
    • forefathers did it and then in our own way we can seek a path
    • the souls had to be made fearless in face of the unknown which
    • they had to enter. Fearlessness of the unknown and a
    • intellectuality to an extent which was unknown to the ancient
    • human soul, we start with two of its well-known powers. In the
    • our own work. The first of these is the human faculty of
    • Higher Worlds and in other writings. I have shown
    • memory of our own super-sensible existence before our birth
    • to take this development of the will into his own hands and to
    • ourselves are able to be our own witnesses and observe our
    • grown. We obtain an over-all view of the relationship of
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    • knowledge; they had not outgrown the religious traditions through
    • living between death and a new birth, looks down upon one he has left
    • is a fundamental error, for in the depths of his own soul every man
    • within myself.’ Then, perhaps, they would have taken their own
    • what is known of life, how much more surprising it would be if men in
    • kind will be far worse than any yet known to man.
    • so especially in our own time, the possibility will be given for the
    • world — our own body. In ordinary life we are here and the
    • also learn through meditation how the human being comes down from the
    • the impulse of our will united with that activity; we can feel our own
    • incarnations of the earth — known in occultism as the Saturn-,
    • know its own being — which is independent of the body. The
  • Title: Lecture: Christ at the Time of the Mystery of Golgotha and Christ in the Twentieth Century
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    • Golgotha in our own age.
    • of the same hierarchical rank, but this particular Being who is known
    • made himself known to the Hebrew Initiates in such a way that they
    • the Mystery of Golgotha is that a Being who in the realm of His own
    • now, in our own age, is there again such an influence, a direct inspiration
    • still the messenger of Jehovah, so now, for our own epoch, Michael
    • known to the world through the various Christian sects and its
    • — will come into its own. This should fill our hearts with deep
    • new age that is now issuing from our own; we can be aware of the dawn
    • become freer than in former times, we shall be able, through our own
    • little-known corner of Palestine, something that was the greatest
    • perceive that in certain worlds lying immediately behind our own a
    • number will be able to make known the knowledge of the Christ that is
    • given in Anthroposophy. Out of their own experience they will be able
    • emergence of the Christ-consciousness from the realm of the unknown
    • into the realm of the known. And just as at the time of the earthly
    • evolution of the earth, so, in our own day, the outer world is
    • dreaming, perhaps even downright folly. This too will be the verdict
    • our own inner satisfaction? Let us rather feel that the solemn duty we
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    • a renowned churchman and one of the greatest thinkers of all time. He
    • European civilization. But then Cusanus sits down at his desk and
    • anything like the spiritual divine spark in my own inner being.
    • seeking the deepest nature of my own being. I am in nothingness when
    • Thus Cusanus is the man who in his own personal development
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    • it, he attempted to look into this own soul and to find therein the
    • his own soul the assurance of his own I, and he did it by this
    • Eckhart points to an older knowledge that has come down to him
    • own time, the most profound thinkers had been reduced to the
    • this something does not suffice to bring me certainty of my own
    • “spirit.” What later became the unknown, the hidden god,
    • was called spirit in those ages when he was known. This is the first
    • originating from the spirit that later on became the unknown god. The
    • which realized the spirit's message in its own life. But the
    • Hence, when man looked upon his own being, he perceived himself as a
    • an image of spirit in one's own body, and the same was true of
    • experienced between one's own body and those in outer nature,
    • and comprehend what is outside our own life. Anything that we carry
    • Logos brings tidings of an unknown god.”
    • grown more tenuous, and the increased density of the corporeal world.
    • man looked into his own being, he did not experience a soul that
    • of its own needs knowledge henceforth strove for the “purely
    • Cusanus into our own time and continues further. More on this
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    • own manner of thinking.
    • him from above downward and up from below.
    • revealed themselves in his own life. By extending his own
    • world out of his own being.
    • spatial diagram out of his own inner life. So, if we are to
    • from his own three-dimensionality. But the way in which he derives
    • front-and-back, right-and-left, and up-and-down. One could say that
    • arises of something that occurs deep down in the subconscious. Here,
    • the mathematical and geometrical experience to its own movement. It
    • loses the relationship to his own heart, where the blood experiences
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    • back on oneself, on what — in union with one's own divine
    • nature — one experienced as mathematics through one's own
    • with one's own divine nature. The bodies of external nature
    • man experienced his own orientation in space: above-below,
    • own body and appearing as above-below, right-left, and
    • On the other hand, Newton shows mathematics completely on its own.
    • up-and-down, right-left, and forward-backward, but I dwell in space
    • ease, as it were, when he contemplates his own view of space. He is
    • to the extent that it was then known. He opposed what was beyond
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    • threefold orientation — up-down, left-right, front-back —
    • felt himself within the universal whole; hence, his own orientations
    • participating in his own bodily orientation and placing this
    • orientation into his own movement. He experienced this, however, in
    • communion with the world. Therefore, his own experience was
    • experience of his own movement, so the concept of color was gained
    • pushed into one's own human nature, since no other place could
    • with the objects; therefore, he associated them with his own
    • unknown. — In the Nineteenth Century science chewed on this problem
    • thinker have formed had he had a microscope and known something about
    • the thought of death. If he had known about unicellular beings and
    • nowadays is apt to put his own modern concepts into the minds of
    • comes down to this: Research and science pass through various
    • live with the world, depending on our own subjective needs.
    • immediately preceding our own, there was a turn away from the animate
    • get back to our own nature and comprehend ourselves as living beings.
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    • that the three dimensions — up-down, right-left, front-back
    • own being. Instead, he looked for it somewhere in external space,
    • space in his own being together with the external world; and the same
    • living reality, he had to look into his own inner being. A man like
    • longer known.
    • build up the spatial element within our own organism, as we do with
    • warmth in the external world outside his own body. When, during the
    • qualities in this unknown human nature; and they did not find the
    • known that this same spirituality must take complete hold of itself
    • food, he can experience front-back. He experiences up-down as he
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    • up-down, and front-back directions. We experience motion, the change
    • of place of one's own body. To some extent at least, we also
    • carry your own weight through space, but you do not experience this.
    • Awareness of one's own weight is something quite different. In
    • always carried his own weight in and with himself, the counter-effect
    • with the aid of his own experiences in order to rediscover in the
    • his own inward experience. This happens first with the inner
    • as the inner experience of one's own body, but a form of inward
    • my own position (dark circle) I guide this observation, in other
    • partake of it with my own experience. This applies, if I may say so,
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    • of the fragmentary ways in which it has been handed down, it had
    • together the ancient knowledge that had been handed down to him, we
    • that this ancient knowledge is handed down through the ages until the
    • knowledge was handed down and still existed as tradition in the first
    • What was then known concerning the inner fluids, namely, how these
    • what was still considered as one's own soul contents. One had
    • element, the air-breath experience. He withdrew his own being from
    • prepared this development) completely faded out. It shrank down to
    • down through the generations. What was the situation of a person like
    • broken with everything that was formerly known of human nature., On
    • today's viewpoint (which naturally will also be outgrown in the
    • anything within himself. What had grown to be external science was
    • knew that our inner fluids have their own life and therefore move on
    • their own. They never dreamed that the heart is only a sense organ
    • that checks on the circulation of the fluids in its own way. The
    • his own nature, he applied to himself what was well suited for a
    • that weighed him down. The experience of freedom came about when man
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    • one with the external world outside his own being, when he experienced
    • down to the idea of the ego or to a mere feeling. Therefore we now
    • stone, he experienced its inner impulse of movement in his own inner
    • within itself the impulse for its own velocity. This then is a
    • epistemologists have the man who wants to lift himself up by his own
    • particularly in the domain of science. Natural science has grown
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    • Heat is first known through sensations of cold, warmth, lukewarm, etc.
    • part and the subjective determination, where our own organization
    • unknown being of heat to the human organism has considerable
    • toward the relation of the unknown being of heat to the human organism
    • occurs, namely a difference is shown from the immediately preceding
    • molecules. The fact that they have been shown to have a practical
    • experiment is carried out: it is known that when light rays are
    • gas-filled space are set down as differentials in accordance with the
    • Suppose you were able to set down a formula for the growth of a plant.
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    • I must write down:
    • progress further. Expansion under the influence of heat is shown not
    • being of heat, as yet unknown to us.
    • gases known to us on earth, the property of being a gas gathers
    • according to the principles laid down in the last course. We must
    • You have only to look in a general way at all that is to be known
    • It is quite erroneous to think that we carry our own meaning of the
    • the transition of the concepts of physics as shown especially in the
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    • temperature again rises. It can be shown that through this further
    • temperature as shown by the thermometer when the instrument stands
    • is shown by this curve, which I am using as a symbol which may be
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    • which fact is shown by the similar level of mercury in the right and
    • left, so to speak, in the realm of the unknown and attention is
    • are not familiar with it. What people know, they pass their own
    • comfortable. I sit down at the desk and write something. Then
    • condition worked on me and what I wrote down is a consequence of this
    • indicated, namely on man's own relation to heat. We may compare the
    • back now to our own organism and find an inner kinship between our
    • Magnetism and electricity are known to us only through their effects
    • Electricity would be known not merely by its effects, but like light
    • ideas. When, however, we plunge down
    • below), our own being
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    • unknown to us. Heat and pressure exerted on a body or the state of
    • own passive concepts, by which we represent the world, are really a
    • around three angles as shown by the motion of the hand or by walking,
    • our own selves, that we carry our will nature into them. Only what
    • call your attention to a certain fact. When we dip down into the
    • geometrical concepts, we enter the unknown region where the will
    • rules, a region as completely unknown to us in the inner sense, as
    • colors on each side of it, fading into the unknown. I compared the
    • red to the dipping down inwardly into the unknown sphere of the
    • imagine you recited a poem in an unknown language, then you have
    • room that is comfortably warmed, I sit down and write.” I cannot
    • the outer warmth, when I write my thoughts down. But I cannot
    • only think of things. I can write them down on a blackboard or a sheet
    • your own mass. This mass then, is within you. It cannot be gainsaid
    • gives us our own substance, we thus enter an unknown region. This is
    • It is a peculiar thing that, as we loosen ourselves from our own
    • objectivity of the facts than to push forward with our own developed
    • own materiality, we approach more and more closely to what is going on
    • seductive, the things a person can observe in his own activity appear
    • grown into contact with time and space.
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    • and is equal to if. Here it is forced down. When we measure we find
    • down here. We see therefore, that vapor always presses on the
    • increased temperature, shown by lowering of the column (tube warmed
    • crash down when the wire has cut its way through. For the solid ice
    • aggregation. In every step as we go down there is a representation
    • that it is an unknown entity to us at the outset. But we must do this
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    • to say, everything essential is thrown out of one's concepts, and one
    • their own form. If now we bring to bear the method by which ordinary
    • remainder of the earth-induced tendency to surface formation as shown
    • known to those beings who live on such bodies. Beings who could
    • shown to you) this heat which always raises the diffusing tendency in
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    • in a mass of water has changed into heat. You were shown that the
    • the bell goes down again and we have performed mechanical work,
    • consistive in this up and down movement. We can see the condensation
    • whether this heat has been entirely transformed into the up and down
    • up and down movement of the bell all the heat left over. The heat used
    • shows that the world process is running down. This is the way he
    • complete inaction. I am merely repeating Eduard von Hartmann's own
    • its own account is the upper surface. When by solidification a
    • carrying its own forces within itself and its own form-creating power.
    • and infinite extension downward on the other. (Indicated by arrows.)
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    • was before. Now, it will slow down in proportion to the degree to
    • in which comes from man himself, which has to do with his own organic
    • from within their own being, or at least conditioned according to
    • the opposite pole escapes me. Something has slipped into the unknown,
    • closed one. But now, when the downward path and the upward one come
    • in one of the realms. From this realm, suppose we go downward, and
    • ancient wisdom, the snake that swallows its own tail. The ancient
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    • one spot, however, and then perceives it further down the rod, he
    • This experiment is shown to you in order to help form the general view
    • below. What does he experience coming down from above? What comes into
    • But what does this mean mathematically? Suppose you set down the
    • Then what works into the nature of man must be set down as negative.
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    • here. (The room was darkened and the spectrum shown.) It is to be seen
    • alcohol column down on this side and up on this one. This depression
    • essentially characteristic of the red portion. And now, having shown
    • portion of the spectrum that disappears on the unknown on this side
    • spectrum we actually get is the well-known linear one extending as a
    • arise? It can arise only in this way, that the seven known colors are
    • form; namely this, that dematerialization works down into heat from
    • Of course, much now incorporated in the body of knowledge known as
    • instance, the usual concepts of energy must be thrown out. This
    • can change it into work, as we saw from the up and down movement of
    • Another physicist, Mach, well known in connection with modern
    • writes the doubts down at once. This leads soon to a despairing
    • It is extremely interesting to pin physics down at the very point
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    • consider these a little from our own point of view and see if we can
    • use formulae, set down as positive what represents heat and as
    • they consider as something thrown off or as that which has died out of
    • that one cannot do this hangs together with our own relative lack of
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    • the twelve-fold spectrum can be shown in its objectivity. Just this
    • The effect is shown by the fact that the thermometer rises more
    • number and is a well-known fact.
    • world process has the tendency to run down.”
    • Now suppose we assume such a running down of the world-process does
    • down, provision is made for re-energizing it. It runs out here, but it
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    • fluid element must enter in its own particular way into the solid or
    • combinations and breaking down of material compounds as an outer
    • experience the difference between our own temperature and the
    • however, is shown, and that is the necessity to build anew our whole
    • elsewhere. This is indeed a well known sign. Something new must be
    • further progress will depend on your own work. It is this that I wish
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    • it is to be shown how they merge into the modern spiritual view. The
    • of its own; and while man lives in such knowledge he knows himself
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    • etheric human organism, and with our own etheric organism we live in
    • embryonic life and birth, to lay it down again in death. By means of
    • For Religious Cognition a third thing is necessary. We must dive down
    • the rhythmic processes for their own regeneration. In a waking
    • metabolic processes of man have a life of their own as physical and
    • evolution this kind of thought was unknown to man, though it is
    • nature-knowledge and his own moral freedom.
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    • importance that the subject should even correspond with some known
    • own human organism. This must in no wise occur. Our own
    • newly-developed power of thought-content quite outside our own
    • a review of the course of our own past life on earth. We see it as it
    • of growth. They are not simply remembered scenes of our own life which
    • which have happened in our own existence, without having been taken
    • things and processes of the Cosmos are being revealed to us as our own
    • and our own psychic-spiritual experience appears enclosed in the orbit
    • own bodies. And these processes were not completely unconscious as
    • man was only half conscious, remain completely unknown to modern man.
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    • naturally appear grotesque. But the foregoing explanations have shown
    • his own being and that of the universe; nor any between separate
    • something known; and yet we shall have to use them to denote processes
    • which remain unknown to the ordinary soul-life. But the soul
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    • IN the previous studies it was shown how a view of the eternal
    • last survey it was shown how man lives through such cosmic
    • these two organisms over into the sleeping state. As shown in the last
    • his own innate powers. His whole existence consists in his
    • existence of other spiritual beings is at the same time his own
    • incorporated in his physical body, though unknown to himself, carries
    • the growth of this Universe his own are bound up. His consciousness is
    • his own power. The state of sleep is in a sense a reconstruction of
    • degrees. It is as if man felt his own cosmic world get further and
    • his own organism during its growth is the visible sign of this active
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    • If one does not realize in one's own physical nature how something
    • The Christ came down to earthly existence from those worlds in which
    • coming from a higher world down to the earth.
    • an event which was known only through the construction of political
    • world, and took root only in almost unknown places. Only now in the
    • mystery of Golgotha and to clothe what was once known by spiritual
    • the sense of his own life-experience concerning the problem of death.
    • Through the taking-up of the Christ-experience a Philosophy has grown
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    • cannot at once experience one's own entity so strongly as to
    • present moment as one's own proper Ego.
    • own life in image-making. The course of events in time is presented as
    • the etheric organism previously unknown to this consciousness. The
    • before had indeed lain hidden in one's own nature, but had not surged
    • And thus the soul is faced with its own eternal nature. In the
    • physical organism in ‘Imagination’. As I have shown,
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    • then too weak in its inner being to present its own content to its
    • tearing down, that is, one which destroys the physical organism. This
    • known to the ordinary consciousness as the ‘Feeling’ life.
    • For his psychic life things do not remain there. He judges his own
    • by its own nature on earth be so light that its antithesis which will
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    • physical and etheric event. This will-part is by its own nature
    • from that of the grown-up man. The task of the true pedagogue is a
    • moon-activities through his own psycho-spiritual powers. But it has to
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    • secret gradually to be made publicly known.
    • known as Christian Rosenkreutz. It was he, Christian Rosenkreutz, who
    • the control of the human spirit. A world such as our own needs measures
    • mystery and sway wielded by these spiritual forces were known to the
    • is not the essential. Whether the Assyrian wisdom or our own is the higher
    • was it that was now known to all the pupils of Moses? In the Mystery
    • Himself on Sinai would one day come down to the earth, live in a human
    • body, and speak for three years in a man, Christ Jesus. This was known
    • to the initiates. It was also known to Saul, who later became Paul.
    • come down to the earth. But I cannot conceive that the Being who revealed
    • exultation when a man is made aware that just as in the case of his own
    • by His own activity. To begin with He was only outwardly connected with
    • self is formed out of, born out of the whole universe and our own ascent
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    • made known to us, but I myself cannot yet see into the spiritual world.
    • be better if such facts had not previously been made known. But in the
    • clairvoyant could see the same thing even if he had known nothing whatever
    • it. Therefore, already known facts in the spiritual world can be perceived
    • developed and advanced, if they had not been previously known. Because a
    • say that these fingernails are objects on their own, for the tiny animal
    • the earth. They can only be conceived as having grown out of the whole
    • the autumn, the corn is mown and the scythe cuts through the stalks,
    • In the world of form. They are also known by different names. The spiritual
    • crowning of the growth. The green plant grows and finally something
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    • known. We will think, to begin with, of facts connected with the nature
    • of his lowest body, the human being seems as if he had grown out of
    • thereby the crown of creation.
    • three bodies does his own task begin in the real sense. Whether the
    • This inner work upon oneself is known in occultism as purification,
    • present in man's nature because he has worked unconsciously upon his own
    • this is dependent upon occult training, is known as buddhi or life spirit.
    • already begun to work upon his own being through the ego. In the course
    • in his own body. If, therefore, the astral body is the creator of the
    • by the ego during the night. The physical body can exist on its own,
    • morning to his etheric and physical bodies, his own astral body expels a
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    • for our own aims or embark for self-seeking reasons on a project that in
    • clairvoyant. To begin with he sees his own urges and passions streaming
    • behavior; he experiences the other side of his own deeds. But not only has
    • without sympathy or antipathy, what is connected with our own physical
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture V: The Physical World as an Expression of Spiritual Forces and Beings
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    • it is on earth; one experiences another's pain there as one's own. On
    • The archetype is permeated by the web of its own unrequited deeds. Thus,
    • consequences of its own deeds. Not until then is there complete readiness
    • bell, widening from above downwards as it flies through astral space, the
    • of what draws the soul down to the earth and what it is that will
    • forces, the individuality, the being who is coming down again to the
    • the conception of the archetype as the result of its own karma. We said
    • transmitted one's own nature to them would thereby be lessened.
    • perfect correspondence between what is coming down from above to embodiment
    • and the sheaths that this entity acquires down below. A perfect
    • been completed. It is important that this should be known. Hence,
    • was devised by one who knew that at birth something comes down from
    • survived it was known that such cycles also occur in the lives of
    • individuals. It was known how the spiritual forces of the human being who
    • proper development. It was known that all life is one great whole and that
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    • wrote down with what is said in theosophical books about planets, the
    • unconscious of its own identity, or better said, was possessed of a
    • human body at that time with the form proceeding from their own nature.
    • spiritual beings poured forth their own being and let it flow down as
    • of their own being to take place. On Saturn, then, we find the Spirits
    • now offer up, out of their own substance, the human astral body. Thus,
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    • brought our study of the evolution of our planet to the stage known
    • draw a line vertically downward from this soft area, you would meet
    • inner up-and-down surge of living pictures of which the dream pictures
    • spiritual science is more widely known, there will be a different view
    • body eventually sank right down into him. It could be said that what
    • of our earth, our own planet earth itself, then came forth from the
    • that should have been habitable down below was often hardened, crusted,
    • in vain for bodies for their own evolution on earth. The consequence
    • their own substance the material for man's physical body. On Old Sun it
    • is known as the test of maturity in men. The fact that wisdom pours
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    • upon his astral body and had themselves remained backward in their own
    • evolution; these were the luciferic beings. They drew man down to the
    • because on Old Moon they had not known of its existence. The luciferic
    • prematurely down to the earth from the atmosphere above it. For this
    • by the luciferic beings too soon down to the earth on which continents
    • down to this continent. The process lasted for a long time. It was thus
    • When a soul came down again to the earth from Mars, the qualities with
    • the luciferic beings drew man down to the earth too soon, the external
    • come down too soon into matter, it proved to be too dense for him and
    • was still soft and pliable. The animals came down into matter too soon;
    • due to their having come down to the earth from different planets, there
    • down upon and who no longer possessed magical powers. But it was they
    • in the prevailing forms of culture, people who in their own way are
    • also looked down with disparagement upon the small number of those who
    • people; today, too, the proud bearers of our culture look down upon
    • of Greece and Rome, leads man right down to the physical plane. He has
    • of this fourth epoch of culture. The fifth cultural epoch is our own.
    • things may come to a confrontation but each world has its own complete
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    • of the ego, the “I,” the feeling of his own personality
    • personality. Death was the great unknown and evoked fear. The utterance
    • would one day come down to the earth in order to unite with its very
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    • study our own time, the fifth cultural epoch. Because men's intelligence
    • structure, reaching down like a strand from the group soul; it descends
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    • concerning the acquirements of our own times.
    • The well-known statement, which, in its lack of humility, boasts of
    • He, who made this saying his own, was really in complete harmony with
    • own small stock of wisdom, by turning back to Goethe again and again,
    • conviction brought it to pass, that in the olden times, down to the
    • nothing but a reflection of the Spiritual, and all that is known of
    • will active at every stage, is that which in all ages was known as
    • of free love, what he was formerly driven to do by his own nature,
    • all he shows us how this man of will stands there, drawn down to the
    • The unknown Ferryman conducts the man across from the far side into
    • Spirit passes from the unknown spheres. The innermost of man came
    • action of our own, by the forces lying beneath our consciousness,
    • He alone understands freedom who has set his own nature free; —
    • that means that man tries to follow his own way of life further.
    • illuminates the inner Hall of the Mystery Temple with its own
    • brings his own light to meet it. When those two lights, the intuitive
    • setzen” (here he will sit down) — The Chaotic mixture
    • the evening, when the shadow of the great giant is thrown across the
    • any light of her own. This might be gone into more fully, in greater
    • his own inner self, falls more deeply than before into the bonds of
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    • brought to humanity only in our own times. It is particularly
    • well-known works. At the time of Goethe it was not possible to give
    • he tried to answer his question in his own way, and sent it to the
    • Hail to the unknown higher Beings
    • may not take them back. We come across by no will of our own, but we
    • that, the soul is thrown out into a state of disturbance. Goethe
    • now become visible through their own light. They are the three higher
    • signifies that which at one time was known as the second principle.
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    • post-Atlantean period. Our own period, the fifth post-Atlantean, in
    • own period, which will still last for a considerable time, to the
    • looked back to a primeval man, known in occult teachings as Adam
    • known, but this sign, which consists of two intertwining spirals, when
    • of ancient Persia. Man brought the sacrifice of the Bull down to earth
    • consisted of the passions that drag man down to earth, symbolized by
    • saw his own inner destiny. The sun of his inner life, the sun of his
    • birth to light in his own soul. He could do this because the principle
    • own heart. Christ Himself must be born in man. It was for that reason
    • descended right down into the personality. Previously, Holiness was
    • In our own fifth post-Atlantean period the time is being prepared that
    • teachings are not imparted to us out of speculation or as their own
    • future. In our striving toward them, a life is born out of our own
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    • works has its own being, each of her phenomena the most isolated
    • When giant fir-tree plunges, sweeping down
    • Show'st me myself, and my own heart becomes
    • have felt how the days have grown shorter, which is an expression of
    • when for the first time the sun shone down upon the earth as it does
    • down into unconsciousness for a time in order to form there the lower
    • of our own natures. How rhythmical is the path of the sun; how regular
    • revelation of this harmony will resound from our own souls in the
    • we will gain from it the great confidence that unites our own
    • and humanity must make it its own if it wishes to reach its
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    • Has made a wish its own, supreme, transcending,
    • And yet a thousand, downward to the valleys,
    • known in the most ancient Mysteries of all religions everywhere, and
    • overcoming of death by life that is present in death. This was shown
    • own but was designated by the name of his nation. Thus, people spoke
    • gives birth to this rhythm out of his own initiative out of his own
    • down to us in the special coloring of Christianity. In its symbols we
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    • admit that when we act in the physical world, we bring down the
    • to be blue, we turn our attention to our own soul, we shall notice
    • comparison, we make a connecting link with what is known. In the whole
    • already known. We perceive self-enclosed pictures, beings with
    • down there to feel nothing, not even the differences of warmth which
    • with miners and goes down into the mines, and below there, can forget
    • and rising like smoke, or when we see the fine rain coming down, or
    • surrounding space and penetrate downwards; they do not, like the
    • from above downwards, and draw forth the plants from the ground. So,
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    • their own at all. They appear flashing up like lightning, like little
    • shine. These beings then sink down into the plant-world, or the animal
    • meteor-like air-spirits sink down over the plant-world and saturate
    • own astral body at night when he falls asleep. This astral body,
    • his own soul — with his own astral body. They exert such an
    • upon our own souls. The nature-spirits of water and air can be
    • our own astral body is embedded what may be called the higher
    • If you wish to compare what is known to the normal consciousness
    • usually known to ordinary consciousness as the Laws of Nature.
    • distances, and what it effects its own body, in the elements of which
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    • we know only too well, has his own special sorrows, his special joys;
    • his own nature. Thus in a certain sense for these beings of a higher
    • time a manifestation of their own being. I want you to bear in mind
    • and they really perceive their own being only a