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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • and spirit that enables a person to attain to such cognition and
    • an advanced level on which one attains the personal experiences in
    • presentation. The problem of how one may gain personal comprehension
    • what would be conveyed in personal instructions. Thus it must initially
    • be noted that most people require the aid of a personal teacher in
    • this field. Some might be of the opinion that a person can develop in
    • life personal guidance is supposedly necessary. The nature of such
    • guidance, however, gives sufficient guaranty that no person comes by
    • in a person, but nobody, not even his closest friend, need notice
    • require one thing of the aspirant without which no higher personal
    • without personal guidance. He who sets forth the guide-lines must be
    • personality. These qualities are symptoms and direct results of the
    • confronts each person. There is one golden rule that must be followed
    • Therefore, a person seeking mystical development must first of all
    • be so incorporated into one's being that a person becomes enabled to
    • objectively as a chemical might be tested in an experiment. A person
    • and calm logical thinking, or a person who has such decisions but has
    • acquire new characteristics, thoughts and inclinations. A person must
    • through sheer force of will. A formerly careless person must get
    • and small matters. The clearer the issues that a person perceives
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  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • personalities of world-historic development of recent times —
    • have a similar relation to the average person in the street as does a
    • no more right to judge than a blind person has the right to pass
    • has been transformed even more by such a personality as Schiller, and
    • still more by a personality who stands in no relation at all to
    • a forgetful child, he will still be a forgetful person today. One can
    • etheric body. When the ordinary person learns, he learns with the
    • become a different person. His habits and temperament must change;
    • which is beyond gender, beyond the personal — to rise to the
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • in marketing, that a healthy person cannot possibly be sustained
    • it is. Diet, through spiritual development, becomes the personal
    • must be confident that when a person has perceived the truth of
    • “Just as when I see another person and it dawns on me that in
    • A person, of course, can adopt either diet as a panacea if he
    • corresponding results. If by eating meat a person is relieved of
    • bound up with, the external world. When a person takes his
    • will no longer restrict himself to a narrow life. The person who is
    • easily to lift themselves out of their narrow circles. The person
    • person's eyes whether or not he produces his own fat. It can be
    • seen in the eyes of a person whether or not his astral body is
    • of character are created when a person takes his nourishment from
    • spiritual science that when a person drinks alcohol, it takes over
    • the specific activity that otherwise belongs wholly to the person's
    • ego. A person who drinks much alcohol needs less food and his body
    • called forth by the ego's inner penetration. Thus, a person can
    • support from milk. If a person were to live exclusively on milk for
    • This is a matter for the individual. One person is able to do it,
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • These two poles become evident when we observe a person placed in two
    • vent to it by striking the person who insulted him. We are there
    • your own thinking, of your personal resolutions. When someone knocks
    • these two streams can, however, come about only if a person is able to
    • personality then takes place. The Maitreya Buddha will reveal his
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • perhaps when a person becomes an emotional fidgety-gibbet, that is to
    • that pass like an epidemic from person to person and thus those who are
    • the tenuous interest that may exist in the core of a person's soul for his
    • This exercise is based on the fact that the person's ego is brought
    • Again, there is a way of helping a person with such symptoms, provided
    • the person is made healthier.
    • In still another exercise a person should endeavor to watch himself the
    • then, is to be done? The answer is for the person guiding the child or
    • weak-willed person will be the victor. This is a most significant phenomenon
    • weak-willed person will have been brought about by the adviser whose
    • has made on you. Your personal relationship with him should be
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • Now, as a rule, I am disinclined to speak of personal matters, but in the
    • personal existence. He could then experience the outer course of
    • with a soul permeated by spiritual science. Such a person would have
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • personally, more and more, the spiritual power that came from without
    • aesthetic sense. Every experience with this person, whether of teaching
    • and myself. One of these, the person mentioned above, left us upon the
    • watchfulness of a spiritual personality. But then when it came to
    • conversation with this personality — one may call it conversation since
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • science in the sense that any unprejudiced person trained in natural
    • inner qualities of another person. Just as the chemist can split water
    • What activity does a person usually engage in when he confronts his
    • A person observed in this activity seems to be engaged in something
    • such concentration is to be fruitful, that person must indeed become
    • person who does exercises of this kind. And if he continues to do them
    • are not well suited to spiritual research. The less a person tends in
    • of hallucinations and visions that a person remains passive; he
    • clouds; that's a lily, that's a rose.” Leading a person from one
    • developed, so that a person can reach the stage of giving himself
    • person doing the exercise forgets his body so completely that he not
    • Copernicus. But a truly religious person knows that God's glory and
    • A truly religious person can grasp that religion is only enriched and
    • the spiritual world. A person who has not worked his way into the
    • previously in the realm of the spirit only by a person who had learned
    • Those persons who make Christianity the basis for battling against
    • person says to us, “I've just been given money by someone who owed me
    • true that a person who is not a researcher in this field can be
    • person — if I may use this analogy — who might have approached
    • continents. But anyone fearing for Christianity is like the person
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  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • prior to a person's birth he lives in the mother's womb in a dreaming,
    • happening in the world outside. If by virtue of his karma a person
    • such a person would have to be born on the sixth day of January. Joan
    • Central Europe, notice a person who earlier in his life did not yet
    • cosmic forces. If some event in this person's life brought about his
    • Hence, when a person who for some time was leading an external
    • conversion. We will want to look into the soul of such a person and
    • characteristics. What is called the national mentality of a person
    • period of time. A person dying in a war, however, loses his ether body
    • vice versa. I have frequently used the following example. A person
    • personal reasons but because I want to characterize the way our
    • for the past fifty years and had many personal dealings with Darwin,
    • England and Scotland; these were pleasant and fruitful personal
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • because it emanates from one person or another. We found communities
    • wants to be a person on his own, to be an individual only. You drive
    • the personal element, through which every single man feels himself an
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • another person. This will not be so strongly visible upon his face as a
    • person, it is therefore significant — indeed, it is to some extent a
    • is a good person and that is an evil one. Just as to-day we know that
    • that this is a good person and that a bad one ... Of course, there will
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • In making this statement I am not just voicing my personal opinion, but
    • synchronous vibration with spiritual existence. Henceforth such a person
    • for it must originate in the dead personality itself. In such a case it will
    • and more persons will discover that Spiritual Science, contrary to
    • human existence, upon my personal opinion of this science. Spiritual research
    • leads one away from personal views as they are generally understood, inasmuch
    • long as an attitude of good will is maintained by that person. I am going to
    • consciousness through personal experience, be accepted by spiritual research
    • to find a person who is not delighted by a performance of the Seventh
    • worthy of an educated person's attention. And let us turn our gaze aside
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • friends of our cause bring me quotations from this or that person, or
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • between people is fundamentally a complicated matter. When one person
    • meeting, in the confrontation between one person and another. We must
    • person stands opposite another, when one person meets another? Nothing
    • less than that a certain force works from one person to the other. The
    • between them. We cannot confront another person in life with
    • interchange between two people. The impression which one person makes
    • frequently find in social life that one person gets lulled to
    • one person to dull the consciousness of the other so that a social
    • also present. If you meet a person you are continuously standing in a
    • one's personality, in opposition to the social structure of society.
    • the pendulum between social and anti-social forces. The person who
    • are indeed the pillars on which personal independence rests. At
    • when a person on his own account, for his individual self, must evolve
    • personalities, as the center of the review. What have we gained from
    • this or that person who has come into our life? This is our natural
    • forms part of us could not be there at all unless this or that person
    • this or that person — if we try to see ourselves in the mirror of
    • merely to hate or love something connected with the person, but to
    • souls as the products of these persons. In this way we acquire the
    • consist? As we have seen, it consists of one person trying to put the
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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • Hermann Grimm while I was in personal contact with him, there was one
    • about Hermann Grimm — not thinking of him as a personality but as a
    • personality, for the thinking of thousands and thousands of scholarly
    • man's life of soul. The only persons who can gain satisfaction from
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • We shall then see what a great impact on a person's everyday life these
    • We have got it and yet we haven't got it. Many a person struggles at some
    • forces. Where does man himself, as an ordinary person, belong? The part
    • for the person's later development; for lessons taken in purely through
    • other aspects, and that a person can eat without having studied
    • botanists. It is that the educator has to be born in a person and not that
    • other person's being. This will come about as a matter of course if people
    • the other person but notice at the most that one person has a more pointed
    • another person, who is, let us say, a railway clerk, asks you how his life
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • of air-vibrations is like a person who says: Man has only his physical
    • knowledge that has an individual-personal bearing. If we did not
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • Think of a person whose soul is fired with enthusiasm for a high moral
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • conception and birth are rising up within him. But for a person with
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • personification or what you will, in those ancient schools of wisdom
    • itself free from the human-personal in him, so that in his thoughts he
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • unconscious. If a person sees something belonging to the outer world
    • cosmic name of a person was found in accordance with what he
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • person and he does it, this, too, is inscribed, through the relation
    • of the content of our words to what the person does. In short, the
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • How often it is the case that a man would like to be a person of note
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • that when a person is born he does not penetrate strongly enough with
    • person refuses to absorb the soul-spiritual. This night organization
    • of a person lying in bed — not of the invisible man, who is
    • human being, for example when a person gets stuck with a splinter and
    • that frequently develops in a person with a fever, it could be
    • possible to provide quite a bit of strength to a second person, if
    • organism, a person receives something that goes up to the finest
    • Waldorf education, we would not expect that every person could be a
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • opposite activity in the head, in the nerve-sense system, when the person
    • nerve-sense system becomes so strong in the person suffering from
    • which should always work in the healthy organism. This is when a person
    • person to take up the remedy through the metabolic system, which then
    • about a change one would have to count upon the insight of every person
    • an effect on the health and illness of a person — if not immediately,
    • whereby we attempt, through purely soul-spiritual influences, from person
    • to person, — which I naturally cannot describe in detail any more
    • that one can hardly approach the ill person with rational discussion. As a
    • the person moving them, The vowel aspect is transformed so that the
    • person makes healthy movements which are drawn out of eurythmy and
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • Elijah refer to the same person. In non-English speaking
    • is of very great significance. A personality who was most deeply devoted to
    • that one can really do for Raphael as a personality is to write of how one
    • about the earthly personality of Raphael at all.
    • The truth is, my dear friends, this earthly personality of Raphael was
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • his marked personality, the expression of Christian ideals of that
    • time. The Christian type of his days, not the individual personal
    • concern themselves with the single personality, with the individual.
    • with a certain understanding for the representation of the personality
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • personality.
    • and in spite of his strong personality, the basic expression of
    • not the individual human personality, appeared in the foreground.
    • interest in the individual personality. But little by little a
    • certain understanding for the representation of the personality
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • teaching, making a personality whom he calls ‘Faustus’ the
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • We should consider what eminent persons have said about the relation
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • souls; what seems to be remote from us personally is often what the
    • once to the other person. This is the greatest error when it is a
    • it is caused by the death of a child or of an older person.
    • called egotistical pain. An older person who has died does not lose us
    • the case of an older person, we must direct our thoughts of
    • right intercourse with an older person it is very important to
    • will enable us to come into connection with an older person who-has
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • know how to look at what happens to the physical body when a person
    • person suffering from speech impediments or. muteness, there is some
    • disables this temple convolution completely and prevents the person
    • means when a person has a healthy left convolution of the brain. But
    • words, whenever they see another person move, children inwardly
    • only when a person is left-handed and habitually tends to do most of
    • person, the right convolution of the brain was structured in the same
    • You see, this comes about because when a person is used to doing a
    • and so forth. All of this merely points to the fact that the person
    • When a person is
    • side and will also hear and see a bit better on that side. The person
    • standing at various points on the earth. And one person, let us say,
    • less affected by these cosmic forces use more vowels. Persons born in
    • direction where the strong forces come from. If a person is standing
    • birth, the sun is in Aries, that person will tend to use more
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • truths are at once taken in too personal a way and awaken personal
    • become so personal and really want to let personal feelings cloud
    • about itself, then the person concerned will be strong enough to
    • mean? It means that the person will to some extent inwardly alter his
    • detail! Thirty persons were invited to be the audience. They were no
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • personalities who were not German, for example Shaftesbury and
    • there are four personalities to whom a German can look if he wishes to
    • German cannot look in the direction given by these four personalities,
    • had wanted to become more personal: On Goethe and Myself. For Goethe
    • system in man, represents a quite impersonal element, expressed in the
    • saying: All men are equal before the law. Nothing personal comes into
    • law, impersonal law. But economic life, which is half-personal,
    • personal, must work into the State from either side, or the social
    • when they leave out of áaccount the half-personal element in which
    • where freedom must rule; while the impersonal element of the law must
    • half-personal. All spiritual life must be a matter for human
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • do as our personal affair. We shall have no idea that it is something
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • inability, the personal capacities and incapacities of the teacher are
    • This crushes the soul of a child or a young person. It is more
    • own personality. In such matters, imponderables really pass over from
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • of building it for reasons which he believes to be entirely impersonal. You
    • know well that the reasons are very seldom impersonal. There are many
    • personages known in history; they sometimes are embodied in historical
    • personalities — when it is necessary; but in a certain respect this
    • altogether as personalities, and to allow what they did to produce its own
    • not his personal “ I ” as the criterion. The real heart of the
    • Elimination of the interests of the personal “ I ” from the
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • which the person knows nothing. Only the pictures are known.
    • person sleeps, the astral body and Ego are outside the physical
    • soul which stand behind the dream while the person is wholly
    • soul. Nothing is known of all this because in sleep the person
    • is without consciousness. In the morning the person re-enters
    • sounds, and so on. The person becomes conscious. But there is
    • the physical body, the person enters the etheric body. Then the
    • dream arises. But should that person become conscious before
    • consciousness. A person is awake when thinking or feeling or
    • person can bring back something into the waking life through
    • we have been led into connection with this or that personality;
    • clairvoyance arises, as it may happen unawares to the person
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • several epochs, or, in effect, to such persons who concerned
    • ‘Super-humanity’ within the personality of Jesus of
    • to the personality of Jesus of Nazareth. He was indeed regarded as a
    • unique and specially chosen personality, one who had possessed the
    • the personality of Jesus of Nazareth, and was only willing to believe
    • to establish the personality of Jesus of Nazareth at the starting
    • attempt to prove the existence of this personality in the way in
    • the actual existence of the personality of Jesus of Nazareth cannot
    • highly advanced personalities (who themselves had passed through
    • connected with the historical person of Jesus of Nazareth are woven,
    • create. Since however one and the same Person, Christ, subsists in
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • symbolised by the Ring, a figure personifying ancient, primordial
    • consciousness appears before him — a personification of the
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • from medieval tradition a hatred of all that lived in personalities
    • certain personalities in the first three or four centuries after the
    • personal God because, if he had done so, he could not have taught that
    • man, in direct personal intercourse. Something else — again not
    • of understanding the value and worth of personality, of
    • personality of Jesus.
    • in the Person of Christ was substituted for the teaching of Ammonius
    • laid on the human personality of the ‘Galilean.’
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • persons would certainly say: “Towards the end of his life, he
    • clever set and believe, above all, that the person who speaks in a
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • Christianity: the hallowing of the personality, the full descent to
    • mingled with the doctrine of personality.
    • development of personality. Among the Persians, emphasis was laid
    • above all on personal qualities and virtues. A noteworthy
    • led to personal qualities and virtues reaching their zenith.
    • personal in its highest form, given expression on the physical plane
    • of the Roman Republic, the people who developed personal valor purely
    • complete, who felt himself entirely as personal man. The Greeks felt
    • cultivating those things that proceed most definitely from personality
    • personality develops, by portraying it in his gods. In his own person
    • the Roman presents the personality that is complete in itself as the
    • spiritual life. The new impulse could proceed only from a personality
    • was achieved through the whole personality being taken possession of
    • preparation was made through the fact of personality being
    • Subrace (the Greco-Roman) the innermost essence of personality is laid
    • Spiritual Will manifested in the personality, they were also able to
    • understand this personality. The people who had portrayed a Zeus, who
    • people. The man who had evolved the personality (the Roman) could make
    • Patriarch, Pelasgian, Persian, personality, Phoenician, Pontifex
    • personality,
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • them. Their dramatis personae simply do not exist in the
    • as it lives in the soul of the Archangel. True, the ordinary person
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • was a personification of the spiritual strivings of mankind. The urge
    • personifications of Luciferic rationalism developed to its highest
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • instance, that out of our personal antipathy we meet with peculiar
    • Forgive my inserting at this point a personal remark — you know
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • really underlies them. Let us suppose that at some time a personality
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • connected with my personality; the other, which I experience from the
  • Title: Lecture III: Ancient Myths
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    • Some few persons of the
    • but seen by few. Many persons then turned in special moments to the
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • the Egyptian priest principle, specially important persons are made
    • his breathing. The thorax moved differently when the person was
    • number of persons were accused, among them a certain Petrowski, among
    • person repeats what another says; no one examines it! Thus, for
    • much to prove it to people; for soon a third person says it and then
  • Title: Lecture V: Ancient Myths
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    • such a personality enters with such a force into world-evolution he
    • warmth, and his great personal impulse was to serve his age, to
    • person decides that he will really read something! So it is no proof
    • Friedrich Schlegel but a person having insight into what humanity
  • Title: Lecture VI: Ancient Myths
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    • the full truth, in a fatal accident. Imagine that a person is struck
    • then one is a quite clever person, academically quite clever. But in
  • Title: Lecture VII: Ancient Myths
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    • place and at the time in which the person is born, this must result
    • in each person's having his special head according to the position of
    • made experiments in Vienna with persons who have a gift for using the
    • Since water was needed for the soldiers, persons able to use the
    • matters too much to the personal? — Well — ‘Whoever
    • mean that every single person can go in for such study, but men whose
    • there is not solely a material existence. For no person could assert
    • somewhere or other in a person the asserting — which is a
    • of what cannot be rejuvenated. Whether we look at individual persons
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • One. No person is held qualified to form a judgment on the contents
    • have for instance among the peoples of Europe numerous personalities
    • is more, we can develop an understanding for prominent personalities
    • if we know such facts. Try to understand the strange personality of
    • through Anthroposophy is really not for any personal ends; it is done
    • person's veins, but whence comes the soul which only uses this
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • develops. A person who is born dumb can only be brought to think
    • also very interesting, in the case of some grown-up person who is
  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • ancients were wont to personify the phenomena of Nature. In other
    • because he personifies it, thinks of it as being alive.
    • Those who imagine that a child personifies the table as a living
    • did the ancients personify the phenomena of Nature in this sense;
  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • exercises but they must be repeated over and over again. One person
    • person who has passed with alert consciousness through the
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • had brought about the circumstance that through Darwin's person a
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • personalities. Although many sides deny this, the materialistic
    • were present, who thought that Haeckel was a significant personality,
    • person who stood there as Mr. A, who might just as well have been Mr.
    • personality, the physiologist in question could not see this. If this
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • sculpture, Christ is mute impersonal, and the Beings that approach
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • to think of personal matters. Allow me, first of all, to express
    • personalities described in the Gospels as the Apostles, or the
    • to-day we cannot pursue spiritual science merely as a personal
    • person may or may not accept one or the other truth, is of no
  • Title: Lecture: Some Conditions for Understanding Supersensible Experiences
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    • personal feeling. It must at all times be realised that the
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • persons out of whose hearts springs the impulse to strive for that
    • discovered by spiritual researchers can be understood by such persons
    • already at the present time a sufficiently large number of persons
    • those persons who came to me may be summed up approximately in the
    • persons who, from their own impulse, not mine, wished to work
    • it has certainly not been said out of any personal motive, but solely
    • sustained, in every direction, by persons who, because of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • one person who can remember his own birth, nor look back upon it. The
    • person we lived with. He lived and we lived, and through him we
    • evil action: Imagine that you say something bad to another person and
    • experience that part which concerns us personally; we only experience
    • But the other person to whom we addressed our unkind words, has an
    • on earth is one thing, and what the other person experiences is
    • head? — Probably only a person who is suffering from headache
    • dead person, even before you begin, to form its spiritual shape. In
  • Title: Lecture: Concerning the Origin and Nature of the Finnish Nation
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    • express. Someone who sees the face of a person might say, for
  • Title: Lecture: Awakening to Community - I
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    • be called a reversing of human will impulses. A person is born into a
    • impulse that drives a person into the Anthroposophical Society is
    • consistent with full human stature for a person to couple his life of
    • inconsiderable item for a person who seeks to bring a religious
    • when a person seeking anthroposophy wants to escape from these will
    • be a quite unthinking person to say, “I feel my humanity alien
    • can never satisfy a person with an in-turned will. Many an individual
    • person impelled to regard these forms as subhuman rather than as
    • person. He cannot just cut himself loose from external life and
    • to have the most personal experience of pain and suffering as they
    • where it becomes one's personal destiny. One feels oneself sharing
    • thinking and feeling person one finds satisfaction there because one
    • practice. That means making one single whole again of the person
    • that new enterprise, with the frequent result that a person who made
    • Unfounded personal slander, which sometimes goes so far that the
    • persons attacked are unrecognizable, can be branded for what it is.
    • a training that can be given anybody. A person with no further
  • Title: Lecture: Perceiving and Remembering
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    • reader of newspapers is a much muddled person. His countless valuable
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    • has any significance at all for a person's growth and development.
    • and out through the other. A person like this will not have so much
    • to help him recover as another person who has an alert, lively mind,
    • the reason why it is bad for a person to lie awake at night and not
    • on a person's health. If someone has done us a wrong and we remember
    • has its origin in the etheric body. Let us imagine a person who has a
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    • in the least about them unless it affects them personally and they
    • personally affected and cannot manage with ordinary materialistic
    • taken seriously enough except when people are personally affected.
    • his personal concern. To be effective it is necessary to know how to
    • depend on what a person says or believes but on his ability to set in
    • kind of a person is he? If you understand what life really is, then
    • kind of person is he fundamentally? You have to know what basic
    • have really got to know this aspect of a person, you may have to
    • person's character and can say: For this person to recover, he must
    • diet and finding the right balance between what a person enjoys and
    • arose within. And only the person who knows of this connection can
    • survey. Only the person who can distinguish differences in human
    • person to another place, you will not be able to help him as a rule
    • works best of all when the Illness is actually in a person's ego
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    • person, however, did not remain the same throughout his life. Because
    • this respect the human being does everything the other person is
    • person made a gesture, then everyone else made the same gesture too.
    • remain of this today, like for instance when one person yawns, other
    • passes worse qualities on to his descendants than another person who
    • consisting of the substance taken in by the man. Supposing the person
    • body still have on it? Such a person is actually dragging his body
    • always give consideration to the kind of person the patient is. If he
    • person by means of spiritual treatment.
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    • healthy person this increasing and decreasing alternates. When a
    • person is ill, however, his life is endangered when the fever is
    • suppressed. Whilst in a healthy person an ascending process is
    • reversed on the seventh day, in an ill person the ascending process
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    • a person who sees behind the scenes of existence, behind the physical
    • the person who looks behind the scenes of existence knows that the
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    • inkling that illness must also depend to some extent on a person's
    • somebody has done something like this that hurt another person, it
    • way the other person did when it happened. You experience objectively
    • other person also develops in his soul the corresponding bond of
    • encountered the person concerned, yet our soul is not capable of
    • person does not usually notice anything happening within him, and, to
    • happen: There is a person who, at the age of twenty, feels the urge
    • person does not need to know about all this, yet he will be aware of
    • whole process in such a way that the person thereby becomes capable
    • a person capable. We shall then come to think of illness in quite a
    • could be that a person would have been able to reach a certain stage
    • sneer at. Yet many a person will have noticed a kind of perpetual
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    • it to animals as well. A person who really observes the soul knows
    • the ego-hood within the bodily nature. What happens when a person
    • the point where the person is capable of tensing or relaxing the
    • kind of wallowing in sensual pleasure. The person who feels forsaken
    • the mask of tears, even if the person is not conscious of it.
    • attributed to the fact that the person feels superior to the people
    • and happenings around him. Why does a person laugh? Someone
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    • whereas a person who was not very significant spiritually had in
    • lecture that their strong feeling of personality was from the
    • feeling of personality, but who did not migrate to where the feeling
    • of personality permeated the whole body, but to where the ego-feeling
    • physical bodies. They turned their feeling of personality inward. And
    • how this feeling of personality has been preserved right into later
    • individual, personal matter. And it was only at the border of these
    • itself as the idea of a personal God, which Jehovah is and which
    • personality within themselves. Therefore it spread to the West, and
    • God people could think of as a person. That is why we see it
    • belt. The feeling of personality was there, but it was still inward,
    • personal element, which man prized so highly, was inward, and man
    • according to this way of thinking the idea of a personal God was
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    • to himself: The one person looks splendid beside the other. He is
    • Another person might not feel this satisfaction. The satisfaction the
    • and not the thief — therefore there is a particular person in
    • make the person a thief, it is a process taking place entirely within
    • into this human substance the spirits of personality poured what we
    • call the forces of personality. But the spirits of personality, who
    • personality flow into this substance poured out by the thrones, have
    • which the ego produces out of itself. This the spirits of personality
    • stupid person might come along, and the very thing you are laughing
    • phase of evolution, the spirits of personality take up their abode.
    • spirits of personality look down upon you, asking continually: Will
    • for the spirits of personality; the more we offer up to them, the
    • more substantial these spirits of personality become. What do these
    • spirits of personality represent? Something which from the point of
    • are actually the spirits of personality, move through the ages. When
    • spiritual science, the spirits of personality who change. These
    • spirits of personality are going through their evolution in the
    • personality, and they benefit from it. If there were an age in which
    • personality would have no nourishment and they would become
    • working for the spirits of personality, for the spirits of the age.
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    • from one person to another, trying to convince them that some
    • person in some way or deprived him of the love we ought to have shown
    • with Initiation. A person experiences much more deeply the
    • person's karma can be influenced in a certain way. We must, however,
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    • person. At about the third year of life, although of course there are
    • first person. We know too that this year, although it varies in many
    • now with the physical and etheric bodies. A person who is able —
    • impersonal character. We can observe too that this impersonal
    • undeserved suffering caused to another person. If you think about it
    • a person knows the reality of Christianity — in the sense that
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    • was said that when we again encounter some personality in the
    • of love of which we were guilty. We confront the person in question
    • before the death of the person in question, or before our own death,
    • or hindrances. intervened. A person who through meditation or some
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    • was incarnated as the person known in history as
    • personalities who harboured the same soul within them! Nicolas of
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    • question cannot be specified. A person today will readily be floored
    • single personalities who admittedly exerted a great deal of authority
    • what impersonal public opinion has become today. Anyone who is
    • persons who believe that within the world of public opinion there can
    • only at a certain age. This would apply to persons of whom it can be
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    • present faculty of perception. As soon as a person goes to sleep,
    • of a grown-up person, however, or of a child from a certain age
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    • earlier lives on Earth. A person whose attitude in his last life on
    • person passes through the life between death and rebirth as if
    • this connection and I have already spoken of it. A person may die and
    • personalities on Earth. But there must be someone on Earth who passes
    • anthroposophical book, visualise the personality concerned, and read
    • the dead person wants something; and in this case it was quite
    • are sending to the dead live in their own souls that the dead person
    • heeded; in that case it has been done unnecessarily for the person
    • short, both objective and personal relationships established here on
    • then ceases to appear as a destroyer of human and personal
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    • merely personal experience; in the Mercury region with whatever moral
    • personality’. What is experienced beyond the Sun region,
    • transcends everything that is personal. What the soul then
    • itself entirely from the element of personality. In the Mars region,
    • belonged during life on Earth. This was not an essentially personal
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    • question for persons who want to seek an understanding of Christ in
    • the Stoic sense (and a good many personalities in Roman history were
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    • proportionately there were many more spiritually developed persons
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    • among the Gnostics, among the Apostolic Fathers and among the persons
    • soul. And persons who have no inclination for Apollo's music,
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    • Time we think of today, but Time viewed as a living, super-personal
    • sees in “Time” something living and super-personal —
    • Apollo worked through the Pythia, and how a person on his way to the
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    • Occult History: Personalities and Events in the Light of Spiritual Science,
    • Christianity takes shape. Let us follow the personality of Parsifal,
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    • between the Spirits of Will and the Spirits of Personality.
    • externally. We find it if we look into what we call our personal
    • karma. Please note, my dear friends, that our personal karma is
    • connected as cause and effect. The forces active in our personal
    • our personal karma. The laws prevailing there are withdrawn from
    • laws dependent on man's personal karma.
    • were personalities in ancient Roman times are present again today.
    • which they do so flows out of their personal karma finds no place in
    • old Saturn we have to go to the law of our personal karma. Only when
    • personal karma into connection with the constellations which relate
    • them in the laws of our personal destiny, that is to say, quite
    • personal destiny.” How this invisible human destiny is
    • perception. Whereas what we call karma, personal destiny, or, one
    • generation to generation, evolve as external personalities in earthly
    • expression is our personal destiny, how we bear this through still
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    • concrete connections. Let us assume, for instance, that a person has
    • live ten, twenty, thirty, or forty years with another person, a far
    • resulting from the loss, both as regards the person who has remained
    • deepened with sufficient intensity. In many cases, the person who has
    • If we now trace the path of the person who has remained
    • indifferent matter to discover there, for instance, a person who has
    • relative, a friend, or some other person closely connected with us,
    • the dead person enters when passing through the threshold of death,
    • lives between death and a new birth the person who has suffered a
    • really means to him. We could ask each person: “Why have you
    • would have been possible in the case of every person to have met with
    • because the dead person lives in our thoughts consciously and of his
    • nourishment for the dead person who is connected with us.
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    • several relationships — one person to a given set of elemental
    • to the living. And if the living person is sensitive enough, or if he
    • such an instrument is needed. A person who meets us in the outer
    • person who is spiritually trained wishes to come into connection with
    • dead person. Interests of heart and feeling must always be the
    • certain respect at any rate the dead person must have constituted a
    • and in all the emotional interest they have in the dead person. By
    • — or which remain in their inner life — a person of
    • being in earthly life meets with a friend or with some person with
    • who is not deliberately foolish will say: how can a person be free,
    • trained to develop conscious relations with a dead person, not only
    • intimately. For a person of spiritual training there are many ways of
    • coming thus near to the dead, provided the dead person himself allows
    • this person or that. And with love, too, the case is often similar.
    • dead person can have any interest in such relationships between
    • of such interests. But we must also not imagine that the dead person
    • in which the dead person sees the human beings who are here on earth,
    • this person or that, and with a merely personal intensity or purpose.
    • playing. He sees how Ahriman impels the person to hatred. The dead
    • hand, if a person on earth is vain, he sees Lucifer working at him.
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    • pleasure to listen to a young person who had studied some subject. It
    • when a change has come about in the last few decades, when a young person
    • a person of extreme astuteness intellectually is no match for these
    • person's reason and intellect resided in his head, and what was in
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    • cognitive power. There is not one person who can remember his own
    • In this manner we shared the experiences of the person we lived
    • Imagine that you say something bad to another person and that your
    • part which concerns us personally; we only experience the feelings
    • But the other person to whom we addressed our unkind words has an
    • physical life on earth is one thing, and what the other person
    • concerning the interior of your head? Probably only a person who is
    • that dead person even before you begin to form its spiritual shape.
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    • persons of all manner of spiritual-scientific tendencies, who allow
    • particularly — even when a person is not made nervous by
    • which, to be sure, is understood by very few persons of to-day —
    • Suppose that such a person were to experience the blue
    • let us say — a so-called dead person, must first learn how to
    • a person, we come into contact with his inner life through the fact
    • to say to us. I might say that the dead person, when we ask him
    • capacity, as a dead person — as a so-called dead person —
    • with him, and so forth. The dead person, as I have said, beholds
    • great. When a deceased person (and exactly the same thing applies to
    • us, so that the dead person can remain passive. Just as a flower does
    • person of the present day forms his ideas, his conceptions of the
    • materialistically-minded person that there are also other ways of
    • Hence, a materialistic person actually thinks, generally
    • scientifically-trained person to-day speaks about such matters, he
    • resembles the person in question. Yet it has nothing to do with his
    • being. The fact that the picture corresponds to the person, does not
    • own personal interests, to be able to see how untruthfulness glitters
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    • influenced by all that usually arises in a person through living in
    • Personality, Archai, or First Beginnings. So that, if we begin with
    • look up to yet higher beings, to the Spirits of Personality. They are
    • really is: it is a group of persons belonging together, guided by one
    • is of no consequence. For instance, a person may say, ‘I
    • like the Indian culture best,’ that may be his personal
    • opinion. But one who is not swayed by personal opinion will say, ‘Our
    • our present time. How is it that in this room so many persons are
    • different persons come from the domains of many different
    • such Spirits of Personality who work as Spirits of the Age. These
    • Spirits of Personality, the Intuitors of the spirit of the age, are
    • Age, or Spirit of Personality, or Archai.
    • evolution here, our personality passes the result of this earthly
    • up to these Spirits of Personality, to these Beings who may be called
    • of Personality, of their describing cycles, as it were, and returning
    • The fact that individual persons become instruments in this mission
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    • 4. First Beginnings, or Spirits of Personality, Archai,
    • Spirits of Personality, who during the earth existence represent what
    • or under other laws. Personalities grow forth from quite definite
    • become Spirits of Personality during our earth existence, work in
    • Personality. Thus those Beings who made their renunciation not upon
    • Personality, but they do not possess the attributes they ought
    • same way as do the normal Spirits of Personality, but as do the
    • Spirits of Form who have the character of Spirits of Personality,
    • Spirits of Personality by whom he allows himself to be stirred to do
    • age as Spirits of Personality. These, therefore, are not those
    • delicately working Spirits of Personality who allow a man to do as he
    • you can always observe these two types. In those persons who are
    • persons, in whom are active those Spirits of Personality who are in
    • Archangel stage, but also with those Spirits of Personality who are
    • Personality who from within govern the work of thought in a
    • abnormal Spirit of Personality, and in a certain historical epoch the
    • Personality. The agreement made between these three parties was
    • persons who do not take the occult forces of human evolution into
    • several personalities of the people. Each one feels something
    • Spirit of Personality, that is to say, why their life is especially
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    • down upon those personalities of the folk belonging to him and which
    • central points, are the several human personalities, the several
    • specialized, and he can make use of the several persons and work for
    • human beings. The personal things which a man experiences because he
    • personality may go through.
    • Spirits of Personality, the Archai, work.
    • Spirits of Personality, and it may happen that in the mutual
    • Personality, — because the latter are pursuing quite different
    • of Personality come into collision with the measures taken by the
    • Personality is externally visible when, within a certain people,
    • with the sometimes opposing separate Spirits of Personality. In the
    • you have an interplay of the abnormal Spirits of Personality with the
    • abnormal Spirit of Personality but the normal Spirit of Personality,
    • permeated the several persons, discharges the functions of the
    • temperament of the people expressed in the several personalities, we
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    • Personality, the Archangels, down to the Angels, — and above
    • persons who walked on earth would have been of the same form and
    • a law. As all persons in their different incarnations pass through
    • has just been said does not depend upon whether one person likes it
    • in evolution. If a person were to speak against necessity he would
    • Where the great movement of humanity is concerned, no personal
    • sympathy, and no personal enthusiasm must play a part, for that does
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    • to a person from what we must now describe quite objectively. As long
    • this or that race, or of this or that people, as a personal matter,
    • A person goes on foot, for instance, over the rocky land
    • predominating elements of our own personal being,
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    • we have that Spirit of Personality, the Spirit of the Age, who was
    • Christianity is divided into Three Persons. All the other peoples
    • rank of Spirits of the Age or Spirits of Personality and some of them
    • Personality. That for which this Archangel of Greece had prepared
    • a Spirit of Personality, and decided to remain at the stage of an
    • when he had renounced becoming a Spirit of Personality? He became the
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    • What happens as a rule when a person compares the mythologies and
    • uniform.’ Now if the person in question were to believe that
    • mistake, for a person of quite different character might be wearing
    • should be understood as Primal Forces, as Spirits of Personality.
    • Personality, but in their case there was also something else, and
    • German peoples lived within, it was their own direct personal
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    • impersonal, and above all one is required to become impersonal in
    • oneself. The chief requirement there is to be impersonal.
    • Naturally all persons of the present day whose thoughts are
    • persons cannot comprehend that one external phenomenon may look like
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    • ‘ I ’-less, impersonal;
    • substance which, as a spiritual personality, is to work into the
    • Personality in Whose service man finds himself as ‘man with the
    • Spirit-Self,’ — this Christ-Personality is worked out in
    • concreteness of personality, so that it acts indeed as a spiritual
    • peculiarities of a personality. No other philosophy is so permeated
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    • come about, for instance, that persons will be able, through the
    • We are told that in future persons in whom the organs of
    • Those persons who receive a stimulus from Anthroposophy
    • persons, in the course of the next three thousand years. That which
    • liberty, for the personal recognition of that which is developing
    • within it, and it might occur that those persons who will come
    • scientific spiritual knowledge, that persons may, it is true, speak
    • personality of Sabbatai. In the seventeenth century the tragedy was
    • its means a sufficient number of persons will be developed enough to
    • those persons as Buddhists who swear by Buddha, then Christianity
    • this or that person made it, but it is anthroposophical to let
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    • personality. He was able to become a personality because of the concentration
    • kingdom into earthly existence. Man became a personality, and freedom was
    • and personality. It is a phase by no means to be undervalued. It was necessary
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    • prevent this, I must bring forward something apparently personal, about
    • for in that case the person would certainly not be unhealthy or
    • other is living in a different world. The non-hypnotised person is not
    • present beside the hypnotised one; the person with a normal soul-life
    • is being pursued, the person's normal condition is completely
    • in order to ascertain what influence a person is under who is
    • belong to this department that thoughts entertained by one person are
    • connection it must always be borne in mind that the dead person can
    • personal God, when it is said that I prefer to speak of the Divinity,
    • sense to deny personality in God. One arrives, on the contrary, at
    • seeing that one may speak not only of the personality, but even of a
    • super-personality of God. The most thorough refutation of pantheism may
    • personality in a much higher sense even than man, in a sense which even
    • person may be a very good spiritual investigator without in any way
    • Mother with the Child Jesus. I think that if a person who had never
    • personally, that I think the reasons why spiritual science meets with
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    • personalities which find themselves within it.
    • depends only on what he can extract from it. His personality is
    • personal stamp. It is for this reason that we think of
    • personal that flows into his work. That is characteristic of him.
    • the color of his personality.
    • wholly impersonal —
    • Michelangelo wholly personal. If we try to judge by some set pattern
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    • person realises what actually happens to him when he spends a night
    • to a more impersonal grasp of the truths of spiritual life than the
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    • knowledge. Think, for example, of a personality like Rabindranath
    • personality of Rabindranath Tagore. If our outlook is healthy and
    • either have experienced personally or be able to experience things
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    • person's success and rise; we should be able to look upon his
    • capacity of appraising another person's value. We damage our
    • same person in later years.
    • critical judgment. We say: This person has done this or that, and our
    • get rid of it, to overcome it and drive it away. When a person first
    • period in a person's life and let us suppose that this person
    • later period of life. A study of human life may show us that a person
    • Another example: A person may be filled with the feeling of envy.
    • that at some later period of life such a person is dependent on
    • be a weak and swaying person.
    • When there is such a person in our environment, we must say that
    • towards such a physically weak person in our environment, a good
    • should have gone wrong with that person, for this is the retribution
    • Karma we must know that another person's Karma does not concern
    • same incarnation, so that a person withdraws into himself. All the
    • incarnation. Such a person is born as a timid soul, full of fears. He
    • What is the right attitude towards a person in whose case we must
    • We may come towards a person with understanding; i.e., immerse
    • person's soul, in spite of his failings. In this case, too, the
    • the same incarnation: for one who helps another person by his good
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    • to know the true essence of the person who stands before us. We
    • really do not know it. We think that the person we see before us
    • are simply due to the fact that in the one or in the other person a
    • consider who is the person whose chief characteristic is this search
    • person's religious and natural-scientific views! Many people
    • Each person has his own egoistic interest. External schematic
    • persons.
    • acquired a form which transcends the purely personal destiny and
    • interest in this element transcending the personal destinies, we
    • spheres pertaining to purely egoistic, personal human interests. If
    • Graeco-Latin ingredients of culture in the leading personalities of
    • be glad for each person who shows but a grain of understanding, and
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    • passes over into the summer season of his personal existence;
    • to you as the Spirit of the Earth, is really a personality, like
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    • Science as a Human and Personal Way of Life.
    • scientific fact. Knowledge has become severed from direct personal
    • another character. It calls upon the personal in man; he cannot so
    • with the personal in the human being.
    • stands there before us in its truth or untruth and our personality
    • loathing from error and falsehood; but if we compare our personal
    • personally involved; the satisfied hunger cannot be said to stand
    • seek rather to keep our personality out of the decision. If yesterday
    • we have not essentially changed in our personal being. If, on the
    • completely impersonal relation to knowledge.
    • thereby obliged to come into a nearer, more personal relation with
    • approach rather as we do a person to whom we are more or less
    • life up to the moment of meeting him was a search for that person.
    • other person, so that he enters into our consciousness.
    • bound up with our personality, a knowledge that simply cannot be
    • at all without our personality taking part in it. And as we grow into
    • civilisation. The person who is able to represent it from immediate
    • personal has place in the path of knowledge, you will allow me, I
    • entirely personal matter. As we shall find, however, what seems most
    • personal in it has nevertheless an impersonal character. It is an
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    • made, in so far as it might be good for the two persons concerned, or
    • undertakings depended to the greatest possible extent upon personal
    • will do more and more in the future, to establish impersonal
    • people can only approach one another on far more impersonal grounds.
    • present between one person and another than to what works inwardly in
    • Graeco-Roman period two persons meeting for the first time made an
    • and characterological tendencies, how this person with a particular
    • temperament should be taken in such a way, whereas that other person
    • type of person and there is that other type, and, with each, must
    • personal connection to be made, a connection to be drawn closer, we
    • along this path and with small success. For how do we judge a person
    • do away with these prejudices and fancies for this person or that,
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    • that were associated with the personality
    • with such ideas. But it is a fact that a person who is completely given up
    • — while professing at the same time to be true Christians. Such persons
    • Christ descended thence when He entered into the personality of Jesus.
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    • something else as well. We must know how to gain a kind of personal
    • all — though it may be a hard saying — a personal relationship
    • may seem an unpleasant task, but without this personal relation it is
    • is something that expresses quite exactly — yet in a kind of personal
    • we must have in a living and personal relationship; only then are we
    • sides. The point will be for us to develop the necessary personal relationship
    • aroma. This personal relationship to the matter (and you can well develop
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    • a kind of personal treatment. To-day especially, we shall therefore
    • animal. I may say, in parenthesis, suppose a person is suffering from
    • of interested persons, not actually farmers, to share in this Course.
    • in this way. Person who have nothing to say out of a real or well-founded
    • the other hand, the farmers hear of these things from unauthorised persons
    • — from persons who are merely interested — then indeed “the
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    • looked right beyond his personal life, and did not attach
    • higher Ego through Kama Manas. The personal life was to be
    • in which value is attached to the personal life.
    • personality. That which passes from one incarnation to
    • is the symbol of impersonal
    • man. Wine is the symbol of personal man. Christ changed the
    • water into wine; out of an impersonal religion He
    • instituted the religion of personality. As water is related
    • to wine, so is the impersonal nature of man to the
    • personal. Whoever wishes to understand the doctrine of
    • reincarnation and rise above the personality must refrain
    • individual view of what is impersonal in man.
    • appeared to sanctify personality. As a sign that Christ
    • thought. At the present time the heart is still personal.
    • The wine in the Chalice represents the personal element.
    • man experiences within his personality, while eight and
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    • come to birth and are there. When a person performs his daily task with his
    • trials and temptations which beset a person when he really approaches the
    • point a simple-minded person might easily put the question: Why do the
    • personality and of all individuality and have the will of their parents
    • lives. The life that we lead as an individual remains within our own person;
    • what a person lives in his soul so objectively that it can go out of his soul
    • gradually assumed a personal character, inasmuch as it aims merely at putting
    • the Word we have something that lets spirit resound through the person
    • speaking. “Person,” did I say? Here we must remind ourselves that
    • persona” is a word that comes from the Latin for the mask that
    • the actor carries and through which his voice sounds. “Personare”
    • personality is closely connected with it.
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    • person who wishes to become a spiritual investigator, in the
    • complete willpower. A person who wishes to become a spiritual
    • systematic way. (One person will need longer time for the attainment
    • of results, and another person a shorter time). These thoughts,
    • Perhaps you will allow me to make a personal remark; which, however,
    • is not meant personally, but, as you will readily admit, it belongs
    • something personal, but which is also an objective fact.
    • Take a nut with its shell. An unprejudiced person will think that the
    • Even as a person is a full human being in the true meaning of the
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    • Imagine in ordinary sense observation that a person directed his eyes
    • his gaze. The person would not be able to look around freely but
    • person were not in the position to turn from his spiritual
    • certain power over our mental images. Any person is aware of this
    • person to another, taking place within consciousness, actually can be
    • deep sympathy, of one person for another in the depths of the soul,
    • but since this person at the same time has reasons — reasons
    • stronger with one person, weaker with another. Because the soul might
    • person, although knowing nothing of this experience, does have this
    • lives in such a person a certain antipathy to confronting the abyss
    • present when a person is a materialist or a materialistically tinged
    • monist, can also be present when a person arrives through definite
    • materialistically minded person in the ordinary
    • something is brought to life as the thoughts of a deceased person, we
    • is present in the individuality of the dead person but with the
    • that in our era to a certain degree every person, if only he
    • also possible for a person to understand the descriptions of the
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    • just this memory that keeps our whole human personality intact, and
    • personality by any kind of loss of memory to realise what the power
    • of memory means for the cohesion of the human personality in
    • personality if we were dependent on the activity that works
    • different person. Our experiences are not the kind of thing we
    • us into a different person. But nowadays an unconscious
    • different person from week to week, year to year, and decade to
    • Nazareth,’ a person no greater than a somewhat more
    • individual is thrown back on his own personality and his personal
    • super-sensible spirit being approaches another person lovingly,
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    • somewhat from our own personal concerns and to direct them to the
    • If someone stands before a mirror and another person
    • person who stands beside me and looks into the mirror too, gives me a
    • duty not to allow those persons to attain power in the world, who
    • interested only in what concerns ourselves personally, we must
    • is affected by this, all that is but personal effort for their own
    • of humanity, because we frequently interpret our personal interests
    • great persons, not only when they gave out the results of
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • personal reference is permissible, I may say that more than thirty
    • that it flows in an individual form from a human personality. Through
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Mystery, Novalis, the Seer
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    • arose, pronounce this or that person guilty — and then, when
    • published by persons who, apparently, were directly concerned in the
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    • by a figure personifying a moral force — by Moses — we
    • an impersonal character. In the future incarnations of men, as Christ
    • around him. He incarnated in the personality of Jeshu ben Pandira
    • in Jeshu ben Pandira and in other personalities too, returns again and
    • change in the personality becomes apparent at a certain point in his
    • take possession of the personality of some human being in this way
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    • ways: most easily in this way, that the person becomes what we might
    • in writing. I am quite sure, many a person would soon wean himself of
    • action in themselves. Let us assume that such a person, who is fond
    • things speak for themselves and to understand a person in himself,
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    • impulses also, it encounters many persons who feel drawn towards such
    • from personal predilection or subjective partiality when I assert
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    • his inner experiences with a certain emphasis, while a young person
    • times travelling about in the world accompanied by a younger person
    • a person ventures into this inner being of man with the same frame of
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    • went on. A teacher had men one who had come into personal contact
  • Title: Lecture: Realism and Nominalism
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    • person standing before us, who is somehow called “Smith”,
    • something concerning a person called Miller; you are only told that
    • from the person who has told you this. But he keeps on telling you:
    • — The old Miller is such and such a person, and he describes
    • the Third Person of the Trinity, the Spirit, was considered, people
    • with the genealogy of these three Godly Persons — that is, with
    • now they were three Persons. These three Persons who represent
    • Godly Persons, were supposed to form one Godhead. The Realists
    • comprised these three Godly Persons in one idea. For them, the idea
    • Persons of the one God — consisting of Father, Son and Holy
    • or name. Thus the three Godly Persons became separate Persons for
    • concerning the Three Persons. The old dogma of the Trinity was
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    • history of Europe to the event connected with the personality of the
  • Title: Lecture: Fundamentals of the Science of Initiation
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    • senses. A plain, unprejudiced person learns to know the world through
    • knowledge. We observe how a person describes something, how he rises
    • certain personalities of the present time who persuade men that they
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    • this kind of talk from one person or another: “Why does
    • million of persons, who can be added together and summed up,
    • Giordano Bruno was a remarkable figure, a great personality;
    • but the personal realisation of freedom. The best people were
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    • difficult. Nevertheless, personal and individual
    • and persons that were already here, so when you undergo this
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    • upon his eyes. This is connected with a person's talents, in
    • the personality he has chosen out of the whole Cosmos to be
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    • Method and Purpose Among Spiritual Persons
    • encountered here or there. From my own personal experience on
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    • individual personality in the world. How could it be otherwise in a
  • Title: Lecture: Hygiene - a Social Problem
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    • paid to the personal and distinctive qualities of individual human
    • those who are not his personal friends or relatives go to his surgery
    • intimately connected with the personal life of human beings, have a
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    • to-day, if I may say so, to express my personal gratitude for this
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    • they viewed Jesus as a historical personality. For them, the coming
    • personality; but in the realm of spiritual knowledge, we are
    • personal experience, come to feel they had found the Christ. This was
    • existed as a real person in the sensory world. How can these two be
    • When it so pleased him, he appeared to one person in one angelic
    • human “person” as proceeding from the Father — from
    • consult the Gospels, and as modern persons, of course, they are
    • ‘Jesuology.’” And it was that same person, not I,
    • of what one is able to believe, as a rational person might believe
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    • but of the thought no open-minded, unbiased thinking person can
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    • time proceed from persons who are more than fifty years old! As a rule the
    • similar pictures, — but in this case through personal activity
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    • which extend far beyond the narrowest circle of our own personal
    • every normally thinking person will look upon the cultivation
    • Suppose any person, — the authoress of this book for instance,
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    • the person makes an impression upon you like a breath of enchantment.
    • Spirits of Personality, known to us as Archai in the hierarchy of
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 3: The Inner Aspect of the Sun-embodiment of the Earth
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    • Spirits of Personality, whom we have therefore come to recognise as
    • two great opposites. Personal will fatally opposes the permeation of
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    • man seen in a mirror to the person himself. For, just as the mirror
    • spiritual self-indulgence, for a person may practise it in order to
    • that. This person in question might say: ‘There must be some
    • a person of simple mind may contemplate this picture and not know all
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    • person may long for the homely stories of the family circle; he does
    • when in that person's presence. And as we are now speaking of the
    • movement. If a number of persons devote themselves to a higher Being
    • unendurable, and which in a merely superficial person takes the
    • ascribed to a shallow-pated person, and that which is an attribute of
    • longing than by change? This is proved by the fact that persons who
    • Personality, of Wisdom, and of Will — there is also what we
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    • communicated to a person, which although it may be true, he must call
    • number of persons will know, by personal vision into the higher
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    • into reality. He was not the kind of superficial person who
    • whatever arises from circumstance. Such a person would grow
    • and twenty-first year, and perhaps be a forceful personality
    • instance, that such a person, a self-made man with tremendous
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    • personalities of the outer world are caught up in the
    • but is perhaps doing so from some kind of purely personal
    • this Society with personal interests may indeed find that
    • in any way bring personal interests to bear, before or after
    • distinguish between personal interests and interest in
    • merely personal interest really have learned to work hard in
    • more than personal interest. Nevertheless, the present age
    • important interests and impulses than to the purely personal
    • able to set aside the purely personal element which for many
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    • intelligent person or a cretin. A terrible power was in human
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    • year, a very important person died in Zurich — Franz Brentano.
    • one person and then another, and in St Augustine's terms we
    • personality. The latter was not even discussed in Augustine's
    • be what they appear to be. The individual person will be deep
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    • when someone has died and a living person who is walking
    • terribly lazy person who really did not want to get up at
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    • think of a well-known and reasonably important person and
    • person teaches are wrong; wanting to do my duty, I would go
    • him to take an active part in disciplining such a person. Let
    • of the other person, and it suits him rather well if others
    • come and put the other person out of action. These, however,
    • actions towards others be determined by our personal
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    • one should think there is a personal bias. The book, on the
    • obvious that there is no personal bias in what I am going to
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    • its personal — mark this well — its personal
    • perception and of will — became the personal property
    • property, now they were transplanted to become personal
    • these ahrimanic powers from 1879 onwards, personal ambitions
    • personal inclinations since then, to understand that they
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    • into another person; you come to feel differently, to have
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    • relationship to God is established through a personal
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    • the nineteenth century. A fourteenth-century person who spoke
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    • dream,’ the other person will call them idiots. This,
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    • Delaisi shows himself to be a bright person, someone who has
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    • different direction. I tried to show what the modern person can raise
    • proud when each person declares himself to know it all. But in true
    • everywhere is wisdom. A person who ascribes intelligence exclusively
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    • are really all like the famous personage who drew himself up into the air
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    • It was said that the person knowing himself could never
    • such a contemplation a person may feel himself in a rather difficult
    • century have been absorbed. Yes, a person feels himself in a rather
    • relation to the plant world! It is entirely natural that the person
    • astounding. A person who approaches the natural scientific concepts
    • of plants — that first a person must occupy himself with a
    • have already said that a person would be close to insanity if he did
    • person who irritated him earlier. It is said that here we can see
    • that the elephant has a memory, that he remembered the person who
    • another person — into the soul of the earth, if we understand
    • The person who beholds
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    • frame it thus: “In what personality does the sum-total
    • The personality
    • — In antiquity there were certain persons, so-called
    • person as Hercules or Osiris or Isis had, of course, never
    • personalities ; just as they were only Suns, so likewise,
    • Christ never was a physical personality, but a Sun. It was
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    • — not as concerns his own individual, personal Karma,
    • social life; not to our personal Karma. If I manufacture a
    • that rays back, so to speak, into my personal Karma. That is
    • is to see in him that personality who wanted to work entirely
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    • and enthusiasm; I would be a cold prosaic person if I were to
    • placing man at the summit of animal development. One person does
    • people take it amiss if a person describes the spiritual world as
    • like a person using a coach; for it is the remaining body which
    • really grasps these words, if a person who really understands
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    • person who experiences the life of the present time with a
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    • personally well known to me, is the following: He describes a
    • use the mediumistic power of a certain person, in order to enter
    • of a person's life. It is quite indifferent whether we call this
    • person may foresee, in the form of a picture, that he will, for
    • arising from such a premonition. The person in question therefore
    • this fact, also know that a person endowed with second sight can
    • as if a person were to analyze the ink used in writing a letter,
    • person who really has no cause whatever for getting tired during
    • melancholic person will have desires which differ from those of a
    • sanguine person. The physical foundation of desires could soon be
    • any other person in this room, but the truth must be shown, and
    • A person who
    • A person who
    • A person who seeks
    • A person who
    • were subjectively or personally connected with our thoughts, we
    • personality as something which is not real, then we learn to know
    • us, anthroposophical investigation transforms the personality by
    • recognize the attitude of a person who is not a conscious
    • person not yet capable of independent spiritual vision is pushed
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    • also exists a sleep so faint that a person may walk about in an
    • in this field. For a normal person it is quite good if he has
    • person, but in the discovery of stolen strawberries, or other
    • that person.
    • person. All the things which generally come towards you in an
    • person who is endowed with the imaginative power of knowledge,
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    • a person who had passed through a Greek training — let us
    • particularly towards that person who draws out the truths from
    • attacking the truths, and lay chief stress on personal attacks,
    • personal insinuations, personal insults, personal calumnies. They
    • the world, and they believe that this can be done by personal
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    • which dwelt in this particularly devout person. I might have said why
    • he became such a very special person; it was because, in spite of his
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    • bodily nature. When we meet a person we ask him, “How old are
    • with you. What a person gives as his age at a definite time of his
    • to take part by walking by the cradle, each person rocking the
    • person approached the manger very seriously and then, on finding
    • something other than resign oneself, saying that a person simply
    • person could come and say that precisely because no meaning can be
    • existence. It can happen that a person wants to prove out of the
    • the spiritual. For what can one do with a person who says.
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    • personality in the course of the development of mankind on the
    • the personality of Zarathustra.
    • personality such as that of Zarathustra, whose gifts to humanity, in
    • personality hidden beneath the name of
    • us. He was one of those leading personalities who gave a stimulus for
    • level of human consciousness at the time, these leading personalities
    • such personalities were Hermes, Buddha and Moses, as well as
    • personality of Zarathustra is all the more interesting to us in that
    • servant of Ahura Mazdao, and as such, he personally knew the
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    • person alive today was already present in the egg-cell of Eve. This was
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    • our personality, which is fundamentally identical with the consciousness
    • into personalities here on earth. And remembering is the echo of what I
    • before, a healthy, thoughtful person will not take it for a present
    • without love. This hems him in. Loveless persons sleep as if — to
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    • open-minded person can, with no more than the ordinary means of
    • From being personal and human our life becomes cosmic during sleep. And
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    • soul-activity. One may admit over and over again that the person
    • Darwinistic ideas. And it originated in a person who said to
    • “new faith” on that basis which these personalities
    • personality who is the most important and venerable of the
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    • of the human memory? There is a point of time in the personal
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    • for this is by no means clear to the average person. And for
    • personality, but rather a whole system of minerals —
    • earth, defined in the human being as an isolated person, as a
    • animals, as complete, self-contained personalities, upon the
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • but also to study personalities which have passed before us
    • those personalities who honestly and energetically strove
    • a person born blind. But in order to perceive our environment
    • successful operation upon a blind person, there comes to him
    • circle of persons at whose head stood a woman of deep,
    • personal, egotistical feelings; he is repelled like Faust. He
    • personal desire. Quite impersonally must we merge into the
    • spiritual world. That is possible only when every personal
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    • we feel it as the personification of love; the personification
    • all-power too appears personified to us, when we look on the
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    • great personalities who provide the subject matter of our
    • Giordano Bruno, found a fresh medium in a personality so near
    • personal investigation, so, in those days, teachers of
    • Giordano Bruno's own personal attitude to the world, quite
    • concentrated in the personality of Giordano Bruno. This flood
    • of vision was incorporated in Goethe, as a personality who
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    • all efforts, to find the junction. Goethe's personality was
    • person. It is for this reason that all his creations leave
    • the particular phase of his personality prevailing at one
    • himself. Goethe's personality is a striking example of the
    • persons (certainly the very unprogressive) who relate the
    • interesting personality, a truly remarkable man, who wrote a
    • different sciences, and in the entire personality of the
    • different soul-forces of the whole personality was actually
    • living. It is for this reason that Goethe's personality is a
    • grandeur that radiates from his whole person, in the light of
    • together, and may it also bear fruit for that personal bond
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    • from out of those worlds which work down into such persons
    • averse to such mediumistic personalities taking into their
    • medium, and so personalities strongly endowed with phantasy
    • clear about the individualities of persons applied to
    • beings is thereby shown as it presses into the personality of
    • processes in which the mediumistic person employed cannot
    • somnambulistic-mediumistic person, and one must as it were
    • person in question. If one will attain a high grade of
    • excluded in an ignoble personality. Then one sharply draws
    • personality, and separate his former self from the
    • the stripping off of his own personality, he comes to
    • his own personal views, thus, without knowing it, falsifying
    • question of moral qualities. The immoral person will get to
    • person however, with selfless mood of soul, will find the
    • person can fully understand the pronouncements of the
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    • life, of great or outstanding personalities. Let me give one
    • contribute nothing to an understanding of the personality
    • personage of the Theatre — he who was even higher than
    • other jobs. But the head personage was at his wits' end. We
    • wife in person, — he has something most important
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    • person who is about to enter into life. But the question of
    • — leading to a re-birth of human personality, giving it
    • reckon with a personality like Annie Besant, who herself
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    • Archai (or Spirits of Personality as we have called them),
    • Personality
    • Spirits of Personality are also the Time-Spirits. We to-day are
    • the most punishable offences for an unqualified person even to
    • Some person is a member of one of those societies which call
    • of the Mysteries. Such a person comes to one (I am relating an
    • the Mystery-formulae before an unauthorised person
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    • Opinions expressed by other persons will be disregarded; the
    • christening, the persons who were present at the christening
    • of one elderly person who was then present and whom he did not
    • personalities who had been sanctified by Jahve; they were those
    • personalities who were permitted to employ in the right way
    • in the nature of the prophet, is born, indeed, with the person,
    • such a person will sense the new impulse if only he pays heed
    • give health, and the person who hears this may at a certain
    • of a person who has applied himself to spiritual science guided
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    • humanity cannot be influenced by whatsoever a person acquires through
    • called the Spirits of Personality or Archai underwent their human
    • Beings, the Spirits of Personality (Archai). They are at a still
    • the old Indian culture is a matter of personal opinion. But he who is
    • not swayed by personal opinions will be indifferent to value
    • can observe this at the present time. How is it that so many persons
    • Spirits of Personality who work as Spirits of the Age. These Spirits
    • of Personality, these inspirers of the Spirit of the Age, are of a
    • Spirits of Personality is predominant and sets his seal upon the
    • epoch, another Spirit of Personality, another of the Archai, takes
    • die, having completed our present stage of evolution, our personality
    • Personality, to these Beings who may be characterized by the somewhat
    • Spirits of Personality is to perform cyclic revolutions and return to
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    • characteristic of the person who lives in this etheric aura of the
    • First Beginnings, Archai or Spirits of Personality
    • First Beginnings, the Archai or Spirits of Personality, who during
    • other circumstances. Personalities are the product of the specific
    • normally become Spirits of Personality during our Earth-existence,
    • as Spirits of Personality.
    • Personality. They do not possess the attributes which they should
    • Form who preserve the characteristics of the Spirits of Personality
    • guided according to the will of the intuiting Spirits of Personality
    • Personality. These are not, therefore, Spirits of Personality who
    • Age, these two types. Those persons who are stimulated by the true
    • Spirits of Personality who are, in reality, Spirits of Form. Those
    • also between those Spirits of Personality who, in reality, are
    • abnormal Spirits of Personality who from within determine the pattern
    • Personality who works in the inner being of man as Spirit of the
    • within by an abnormal Spirit of Personality, was super-added. The
    • Archangels and a third to what stems from the several personalities
    • Personality is the more active agent, that is, why their mode of life
    • is determined by the cooperation of the several personalities. We
    • determined by the abnormal Spirit of Personality. These Spirits of
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    • to reflect. The person who only feels and does not think may well be
    • ordinary person and it is this loss of vision that accounts for the
    • upon those personalities of the folk belonging to him and who
    • centres, these focal points, are the individual human personalities,
    • personal experiences which derive from his sense perceptions are
    • concerned with his personal destiny, which he has to fulfil in order
    • of Personality, the Archai, exercise their influence. We can now turn
    • Spirits of Personality, and in the mutual cooperation of the
    • Archangels with the abnormal Spirits of Personality — since the
    • When this occurs, when these abnormal Spirits of Personality thwart
    • activity of the Spirits of Personality is visible externally. This
    • sometimes opposing separate Spirits of Personality. The fragmentation
    • illustrates the interplay of the abnormal Spirits of Personality with
    • Personality, but the normal, Spirit of Personality expressing himself
    • temperament which is reflected in the individual personalities of
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    • of Movement, of Form, of Personality, the Archangels down to the
    • fully integrated person in his Earth-life. In the last third of his
    • evolution of mankind. In this realm neither personal sympathy nor
    • personal enthusiasm may play a part. They are of no consequence; only
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    • take personally an objective description of a particular race or
    • us suppose a person is traveling on foot over the bare, rugged
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    • the Old Persian epoch the Archangel became the Spirit of Personality,
    • Persons. The task of the other nations was to ‘analyse’
    • of Time Spirits or Spirits of Personality and indeed some of them
    • Archai-being, a Spirit of Personality. After he had become a Time
    • Archai-being, a Spirit of Personality and elected to remain at the
    • renounced the possibility of becoming a Spirit of Personality? He
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 8. The Five Post-Atlantean Civilizations.
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    • the greatest nonsense. What happens as a rule when a person compares
    • person in question were to believe that, because the men with whom he
    • different person might be wearing that uniform at those different
    • Personality. Now the peoples of the Graeco-Latin age also had a
    • Personality, but in a different form. In their case there was an
    • more personally. Their ego had awakened at the stage of existence
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    • In the East everything is impersonal, and, above all one is required
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    • ego-less, devoid of personality; he looked upon the ‘I’
    • social institutions — which is felt as a Personality in whose
    • — this Christ-Personality is portrayed in a wonderfully
    • State is envisaged as a concrete personality so that it will act as a
    • with all the idiosyncrasies of a personality. No other philosophy is
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 11. Nerthus, Freyja and Gerda.
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    • personality of Sabbatai. In the seventeenth century no great harm was
    • personal predilection or temperamental predisposition.
    • this or that person; but it is truly anthroposophical to allow
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    • 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
    • form their opinions out of feelings and personal motives, but
    • personal feeling as the standard of measurement. As persons we are
    • personal feelings about the ideal, and no longer ask what we
    • occultism; we should be putting our personal preferences above the
    • necessities of existence. However great our personal inclination for
    • sympathetically just because of our own personal preferences for this
    • something which dawns in us today in a form as yet impersonal; it is
    • will not think it inappropriate or too personal if again this year I
    • It is my wish, not out of personal preference but because it cannot
    • material impersonations; that some figures must stand out in the
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    • a thoughtful person will naturally reflect that such movements do not
    • vision at Damascus it came to one person only; in the future it will
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    • controlling centre, as superpersonal, superhuman, we have what Greek
    • the leading personalities of the period.
    • Spirits of Personality, the Principalities, the Archai, who of course
    • Spirits of Personality, then in the Persian epoch the next lower
    • Spirits of Personality, who were the inspirers of the Holy Rishis in
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    • a single person, a single person who in Atlantis walked the Earth as
    • soul-life which we find personified by Persephone was developed in
    • earth, enclosed within the narrow confines of his own personality.
    • which man does in fact tend to cut himself off as an isolated person
    • the personal intellectual ego, once lived as a man, as the younger
    • soul of Dionysos the younger. Since the death of the personality of
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    • physical body. A man may be inwardly a thoroughly untruthful person,
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    • for the man who sees himself in it. When you with your personality
    • Superficial persons could of course immediately say: ‘But you
    • Dionysos was himself a very ugly man. This person, Silenus who was
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    • we have behaved to this or that person, when we see the debt we have
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    • Personality, during the Sun evolution the Cherubim worked with the
    • in this personality of ours; we wish to be permeated by the
    • in either case we find it all impersonal and freed from ourselves. In
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    • wisdom. Let me say from the very outset that I am not personally acquainted
    • as possible. They assume, for instance, that a person may make an almost
    • slight gestures are made, expressing what the person thinks, expressing
  • Title: Lecture: The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
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    • the question of the personality of Homer; When he describes anything
    • simply with facts, he does not even begin with any personal opinion,
    • a personality who feels himself unable to discuss his inner life with
    • work acts, absolutely from personal motives for a long time, so important
    • because Achilles fought out for himself what he personally had to fight
    • Hermann Grimm with whom I had often the pleasure of personally discussing
    • writings but often in personal conversation, and then much more exactly
    • that to my idea, such a delicate, impersonal representation of Christianity
    • Herod, who is called Rotus in Kalevala, is expressed so impersonally
    • that one is scarcely reminded of any locality or personality in Palestine.
    • condition, in a much more-impersonal condition; and also in such a condition
    • a personality of the transition period from the ancient clairvoyant
    • the Valkyrie at the moment of death. The Valkyrie is the personification
    • elementary, most intense impulses. Hence the personal element, the direct
    • we encounter impersonally something higher, something super-sensible,
    • — these are our personal forces; they are universal, human forces,
    • which are so impersonally alluded to even in the national sense, so
    • ends in the description, the wholly impersonal — pardon the paradoxical
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    • limestone. But then, for a person who can see into these
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    • In physical life, one person forgets more readily, or less readily,
  • Title: Fifth Gospel (1950): Lecture I
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    • aggressive personality characteristic of Roman civilisation.
    • their own inwardness, their personal connection with the Christ
    • personality of real significance. But if we ask about his
    • very considerable. And yet as personalities they are potent
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    • goes about just like a normal person, so that those with whom
    • way. Forgive me if I here interpose a personal remark. I must
    • night you were with this or that person! ... But what is so
    • personal remark. I know full well that in the spiritual
    • these things of which it is my duty to speak. This personal
    • must confront them with the truth, this personal reference is
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    • I said in the lecture yesterday that those personalities
    • personality initiated in the Mysteries, had lived through
    • minds and hearts to this personality. Such things are only
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    • person of no importance whatever. Because the Christ
  • Title: Lecture: The (Four) Great Virtues
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    • human beings, but the Christ Impulse works in this personality,
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    • the physical state of the person, and how from this physical
    • human self, the human I. The awareness of personal
    • easy is difficult. One person takes weeks, another months, to
    • person, then the vital thoughts into which you have found your
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    • attained as an adult is that of the normal person; any
    • one person years, another not so long; but each can note, as he
    • the other person. Only a few individuals, like Goethe's
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    • Perhaps I may interpolate a personal observation here by way of
    • in conclusion I introduce a personal note, I do so only to show
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    • the eternal springs of existence and links his personal
    • sum of personal experience reveals itself.
    • experience of personal existence — to survey the cosmos
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    • to puberty, the young person evolves from within his being the
    • need to listen to some person of natural authority and to what
    • or that person of authority with a proper respect. He did not
    • now imitate this person; the relation was such
    • outstanding personalities today, who take up a position in life
    • against the person concerned, but simply to characterize the
    • phenomenon. A particularly striking personality among those
    • socially active in recent times was Rosa Luxemburg. In personal
    • was in her personality. Yet when you heard her speak from
    • the fire of immediate personal impact, but in a manner that
    • individual human personalities. This was achieved in
    • sympathy with the other person is always an unconscious or
    • we have a self, assume unconsciously that the other person also
    • the life of the other person. This immediate perception, we
    • for violent interference. Any alien shaping of the personality
    • personality, finding them only among his soul's innermost
    • out of the human personality, to arrive in the full experience
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    • practical detail. He has an immediate personal relationship
    • belongs to one of these systems. And he regards his personal
    • their personal relationship to anything chiefly from industry
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    • personality.
    • sense of self, a sense of personality that is still quiescent
    • personality is not as yet found in Asia. If on the other hand
    • personality — and it is a civilization suited for
    • experiences it as in a dream, without sense of personality.
    • personality what they absorbed in the cognitive and social
    • experience to the full his personality. In this way, however,
    • this “I” to a human personality that is fully
    • Waldorf School. I showed our visitor round personally, and
    • from the personality of man.
    • rôle in the social organism, but with our own personal
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    • personality to bear, either directly or through assistants, on
    • true, leading personalities today still have rather odd
    • university education — has no genuine personal interest
    • property and does not belong to our human personality, but
    • grips their whole personality, their heart and soul —
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    • individual personalities are active in it. What is correct for
    • which are connected with human personalities. The
    • Among leading personalities there developed in the nineteenth
    • human personality (only the creativity of the individual can
    • instance, that some very important person or other
    • more the sense of human personality, which experiences them as
    • individual personalities of the teachers can be realized.
    • You must have a feeling for these personalities. You will need
    • Only then will it be possible for the free human personality to
    • exercised by the human personality, the individuals concerned
    • Waldorf School. Everyone there is pleased when one person or
    • individual talents of that person have to offer.
    • regions. The human personality — and that is what is
    • development of the personality; how equality should function in
    • the human personality when its creative spirit is
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    • revelation of certain historical personalities, we shall
    • — “Unless a person knows how to value aright those
    • Now, I should like to-day, to take a personality out of the
    • personalities more characteristic of the World-Conceptions of
    • personality in the Western life of thought, St. Augustine, who
    • a person can gain from this Sense-world and his experiences
    • way in which persons think of the external perceptible
    • the person who has to utter them at a certain period of time in
    • person boldly admits, as did St. Augustine, that you can only
    • time a person to-day passes into the unconsciousness of
    • them; but numerous were those persons throughout the whole 4th
    • Post Atlantean age who, from their personal experiences knew
    • personalities, we should simply be woven into an ordering of
    • We are only personalities, and especially free personalities,
    • so we will take certain personalities characteristic of our 5th
    • of these persons in whom a certain tendency was developed which
    • in St. Augustine a personality who, with all the means which
    • as also in Augusts Comte, we see personalities who are led
    • life. These persons do not know how, perhaps not quite
    • point in Realism, and then a personality such as Schelling who
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    • Steiner most likely described how every person lives
    • is like the person I will be sometime. This life must be
    • they look at the person and see that he needs work done for
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    • according to inclination and his destiny, a pure, ideal person, to
    • Reason. And Schiller explains these things thus: Take a person who
    • necessity of reason. Such a person becomes the slave either of the
    • and in logic. Hence the need grew up in him to personify the
    • in and giving out, how certain powers are personified in the Snake,
    • scenes and persons, is one and the same thing. The Fairy Tale is
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    • which the power of thought might achieve by being kept impersonal,
    • subjected to the personal characteristics of a man, and when it
    • adapted to exclude the personal element and to attain objectivity.
    • aversion, their sympathy and their antipathy, in short, the personal
    • the personal in the case of thought and the capacity to formulate
    • not yet so far that nothing personal enters into it, and that they
    • thought to such a point that we no longer think personally, but let
    • when we have cleansed thought from the influences of personality, we
    • eliminate all the personal factor from feeling, so that the appeal of
    • things to the feelings has no longer any say, to the Personal, or to
    • personal element as well as thought, so that feeling can transmit the
    • the personality) must take pains to be stirred only by what lies in
    • therefore the various figures stand in the same personal relationship
    • single personality can achieve nothing; but when all work
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    • Weimar is a literary work of a quite personal character into
    • Italian works of Art. Out of this personal work of one who had been
    • And now Faust's personality becomes a being placed between two
    • personality, now we see before us a great conflict carried on
    • the personal and ignoble. All that works on man himself is
    • Personality.’
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    • personality which has learnt to know the reality of the spiritual,
    • Goethe can point — from personal knowledge — to
    • connected with narrow personality so that no wishes or desires,
    • all personal wishes and desires, there lies not only one human
    • Helena from a personal desire. Whereupon the whole thing collapses
    • narrow egoism. That all personality with its egoistic wishes and
    • egoism of persona! wish and desire, that he dedicates all his
    • We must take these words to mean that personal egoism
    • overcome this personal egoism, can really reach the last stage,
    • where the garments of human personal egoism fall away like
    • possibility of personal enjoyment is removed. It gets darker and
    • of the person. He knows that the soul, while in the body, receives
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    • personality in some other way, we form an idea, a concept, and
    • men and women. You formed an idea of each one of these persons,
    • something to another person was expressed by saying: Mercury
    • works in me. Even when a rude person called some one's
    • described by saying: Mercury was working in that person.
    • You will have heard of persons who through some condition of
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    • to them that an initiated person ought not to know things in
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    • Occult History. Historical Personalities and Events in the Light of Spiritual Science
    • relationship with the past; and not alone with his own personal
    • have then to do with a personality who has preserved many
    • it is, however, to this personality that he has, as it were, a
    • into the bodily and etheric, this personality had still left in
    • owing to the fact that in the personality of Gilgamesh we have
    • Hence it came about that when this personality, in accordance
    • another personality — the Epic of Gilgamesh calls him
    • — a personality who had descended
    • possible because there remained to this second personality a
    • have in the one personality what remained of the old habits of
    • Now this was not easily understood by the personality who bears
    • seeing that the two personalities of whom we are speaking were
    • of the soul. The consequence was that the personality who had
    • personality might be continued on Earth, he remained with this
    • personality spiritually, even after death. Thus when we
    • consider the later life and development of the personality who
    • in it the working together in the two personalities; but now in
    • through the will of an earthly personality, or, as was the case
    • here, for a human personality who had passed through death and
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    • personalities how the historical evolution of the world runs
    • have given you a picture of two personalities, — the one
    • have shown you how these personalities lived in the ancient
    • have told you how the personality who is concealed behind the
    • picture of the experiences of a person who was initiated into
    • considering such a personality as is concealed behind the name
    • experience then came to this personality during his journey to
    • between nose and eye and mouth. So was a personality such as I
  • Title: World History: Lecture V: Mysteries of the East, West, and of Ephesus
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    • that exercise, or had made this or that personal sacrifice. If
    • a man had reached a certain stage of sacrifice and of personal
    • individual and personal spiritual faculties. Step by step we
    • Picture to yourselves the part played by this personality. I
    • the two personalities of whom we have spoken were trained and
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    • personality such as Julian the Apostate who feels something
    • Present-day mankind is built up upon personality, upon the
    • personality of the individual. Eastern mankind was not so built
    • inspiring them. Those powerful and great personalities in the
    • times of year. There the first sign of personality makes its
    • personality.
    • person during his present life, perhaps something that he
    • personal life. With the man who belonged, for instance, to the
    • the memories that are limited to personal life, events of
    • this time personal memory, personal recollection was
    • was already sown for the civilisation based on personality, as
    • personality, under the influence of the Roman culture
    • Here then we have the civilisation of personality. And in that
  • Title: World History: Lecture VII: The Fifteenth Century and the Transition from Mind-Soul to Spiritual-Soul
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    • it is good to begin with them, each person can form from them
    • within. If a person catches cold, his condition results from
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    • spiritual world could encounter many personalities during
    • earlier times, this or that personality met the Guardian of the
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    • towering personality of Goethe; not because it was supposed
    • needed here, that a person lived in this dream-world, that he
    • that even this waking soul-life of the adult person has been
    • — the way he approached another person, as a result of
    • really sees himself as a second person. When anyone has this
    • quiet of the soul appears now also in the personal life as you
    • destiny. We see this expressed in the tendencies of a person,
    • To illustrate this, let me give a personal experience.
    • Goethe is also that personality who built the bridge from
    • Goethe was a personality who always aimed to transpose into a
    • stage-picture consists of moving persons or moving groups? and
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    • psychic nature, we can feel ourselves to be free persons.
    • personalities; that we can only do when we attain the Imaginative
    • ourselves as individuals. We feel ourselves as personalities
    • You would at once cease to feel yourselves as personal beings if
    • thought, gives us the certainty of feeling ourselves as personalities.
    • do our Angels; and that which inserts itself as Personality
    • Personality, in the 20th Century.” The fact does not enter
    • the consciousness of most human beings, that their personality can
    • only be real as Personality, because it has been
    • if the physical body brought about our personality. Anyone who
    • thinks that his physical body brings about his personality is
    • subject to the same deception as a person would be, who standing
    • Science believes that what we as individual persons experiences
    • individual person, am not bound to my physical or etheric bodies
    • himself but realise himself as a free personality not bound up with
    • out of which humanity comes. The great Being, the last person in
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    • returning to the body, it experiences in itself the personal,
    • to be? It is obvious that one person pictures the world in
    • about a lecture: “One person sees the world as a box of
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    • scientific activity as such, and its relation to the personal
    • personalities are typical, they are like an old gentleman who
    • of that which occurs impersonally in cosmic events; but that
    • higher worlds, in an impersonal way, as indicated in my book
    • develop something impersonal in themselves, with reference to
    • occult bases of his own destiny, of his personal worth and
    • precede personal vision. Here one can say: the opposite path
    • to processes which transpire within the personality. I
    • that can only have a personal content. Only when in things
    • which have a personal content, we look away from what is
    • personal, and observe them in the way the anatomist or
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    • were shown that freewill can only be developed if a person is
    • A person may
    • the human soul if a person withdraws himself from something
    • mischief in the world. An apathetic person only lives in
    • people go through the world and meet this or that person, but
    • each person we meet is to lose oneself passionately in the
    • person; that is not true interest. If we do this, we lose
    • when a person says it is merely incorrect what he has said in
    • offensive. Under some circumstances a person must needs
    • his nature is something to which no reasonable person can
    • object. Hence also the attitude of another person cannot be
    • person can take sufficient nourishment in one day to last the
    • to know how the brain of a person is constituted, you must
    • egoism when a person undergoes a higher development, because
    • the furtherance of the world development. If a person
    • actions and his moral attitude a person gives something to
    • still happen, confirming what is felt by persons with special
    • well-know fact. The fact that a person feels responsible for
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    • characterizes him especially as a personality of the fifth
    • this personality that will enable anyone to distinguish
    • life and personality of Goethe are comprehensive and decisive
    • that has occurred, his life and personality have had the least
    • good bit of the honesty of our age because this person speaks
    • period, a personality bearing within him all the impulses of
    • that period. Early on, he becomes a self-sustained personality,
    • the circle of an important personality who became of
    • feelings he met this personality, we must recall that, when he
    • deeply, through association with various persons, into a
    • personality who immediately made a tremendous impression on
    • continued from 1848 when, as a young boy, this person had
    • into contact with every possible kind of person and took part
    • together is really his personality, the character of Gottfried
    • we are always interested in his personality, so strong in
    • concentrated in one personality as he could never otherwise
    • cases other persons were only then possessed because through
    • personally convinces himself — as I may say with all modesty
    • persons who are, in greater or lesser degree, merely the
    • his soul. He felt within like an utterly lonely person and had,
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    • close to every person. Goethe's life was important in world
    • sense with his person. But, in reference to certain phenomena
    • the discovery of America. Could a materialistic person assert
    • course of his life, how he becomes an utterly different person
    • that are approved by most persons who are materialistically
    • of a person in a materialistic way, we never discover what
    • thing. Such a person simply lives in direct contact with the
    • loosened. As a result, such a person can be more isolated, in a
    • feeling. Such a person comes to the point of saying to himself
    • non-working persons living on their private incomes who are
    • see, if I may be permitted to interject this personal comment,
    • personalities may become important for the life of every
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    • the lives of these preeminent persons?
    • To begin with, all that a person can know, especially in our
    • person comes into looser relationships with his brain
    • a personality as Goethe's, the lower nature, which we generally
    • with the sensory image of this person that the dog has often
    • then fully understand what it means for a person to be fitted
    • person now grows into his knowledge so that he sees more than
    • most intensely. I say that a person who is simply driven from
    • concealed mysteriously in his Faust. Countless persons
    • person on another only when an especially intimate
    • real life as a whole person than others, and we must say,
    • state of wakefulness — just as the ordinary person does not
    • waking consciousness. Of course, some of the effects a person's
    • consciousness, but such a person really knows nothing whatever
    • personality only in a way that is the result of special karmic
    • he really create future values. When a person makes a nail over
    • have thus been able to juxtapose what the ordinary person
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    • fact that each person belonged to a certain class into which he
    • leading personalities today. But you must bear in mind that
    • times whereby the guiding personalities acquainted themselves
    • personalities in the temples who were suited for such purposes
    • specially qualified personalities was then inspired by beings
    • a person could find in his vocation the connections between
    • (calling) as something toward which a person is called by his
    • which a person is called by the world's objective course of
    • There are, indeed, many such individuals. A person who has
    • furnish the foundation for closer relations between one person
    • imagine what a truly good person who has reached an especially
    • always be a certain unity in that one person would be this,
    • would require a weird person, indeed, to hold such a view since
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    • placing a person in this or that position in life. We know that
    • occupy this post. Such a person may hold a high position, yet
    • world, they can produce only a caricature. A person holding the
    • and if the person comes to understand the matter, then things
    • discovered and the person can come to an understanding of it
    • person.” But the slime at the bottom begins to work, and it may
    • is like a person who wishes to know what kind of grain will
    • place in a person's conscious life from waking until sleeping
    • always ask what a person's occupation is because to have a
    • learn whether or not the person is respectable and whether he
    • is a most clever anecdote and one that reveals that the person
    • a person would be wrong as to what a respectable occupation is
    • we stood in this or that relationship with this or that person
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    • personalities. I will give you an example. A small brochure has
    • just been published in Switzerland. It deals with the person we
    • understanding of the personality concerned. When someone forms
    • into the person with whom he is dealing. If we do not wish to
    • slash into a personality with our concepts, we should simply
    • in another case the person was not on the train as it passed
    • practice of law. He was a clear-headed person who viewed
    • longer had any use for this man, a person not only diligent but
    • person could not be used.
    • theater met this person as if by chance and said to him, “Do
    • highly placed person connected with the theater, even above the
    • person lived in the same environment as the man whom I have
    • a person must be able to discover all possible hair-splitting
    • and he convicts a certain person in a set of circumstances
    • present during the trial. Well, the person concerned was, of
    • truth, but rather with saying whatever suits one person or
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    • intimately related with his remote cosmic future. Each person
    • poetic than the other, and we know that what a person
    • correctly in life so that each person is in his or her own
    • the vocations a person is destined to have also mention
    • those things related to the future vocation of a person just
    • years. The very thing a person is elaborating here mainly in
    • explained only on the basis of spiritual life. So a person who
    • evolutions do take place. We bring unhappiness to a person who
    • come to light. It must become possible for a person to consider
    • of life, a polishing away of the personality, everything that
    • in Europe, which might lead to a rebirth of human personality
    • in a way unsuitable for the present. The person who listens to
    • very same persons who, in their secret association, nurture
    • manipulate the souls of men in the “right” way, many a person
    • communicated to persons as ideals, which are not intended,
    • accordance with this truth. If a person possesses, on the one
    • also be other persons who stress that, in a Western newspaper
    • necessary to reckon with a personality under whom those near
    • example, to reckon with such a personality as Annie Besant,
    • and less important role.” It may be said that this personality
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    • this example, we have to do with a person who was born in the
    • sixteenth century was a rather versatile person but also an
    • son of this man is the person whose course of life I wish to
    • son of an actual princely personality of that particular state.
    • a little more clearly into the karma of this person let me
    • Highness to form in regard to my person. But if, as we may
    • of one person and another, many hours of the day and often the
    • favorable opportunities to secure skillful persons whose help I
    • definitely those that almost every person has when he or she
    • of what I first related? It was his personal fate. Apart from
    • earthly discoveries, it was his personal fate, the misery he
    • because it concerns him personally it is also what has
    • Up to this period a person must carry with him all the impulses
    • that even well-meaning persons are by no means inclined to
    • considered the mark of an enlightened person to have risen
    • a person move otherwise in this fever of hunger, thirst, and
    • acquaintances are together, all of them persons “worthy of
    • “These persons should not be given the opportunity to earn
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    • and so on. The person of the present day who believes, but
    • person imagines that he or she is finding the way to the
    • highest God, but to what such a person really does find the
    • — archai (spirits of personality, as we have also named them),
    • personality, are also time spirits.They are the controlling
    • angel, whom the person at first wanted to revere but whom he
    • what a person develops in conscious life, but much that lives
    • brings down upon himself cosmically. A person disinclined to
    • self-evident. This is possible when a person utters the name,
    • impossible when a person is really speaking of Christ. So the
    • mysteries. Such a person — and I am telling you facts — comes
    • miseducated persons who have been spoiled by certain occult
    • words that one person spoke to another had an entirely
    • person who knew them a lofty power over other humans, you can
    • because a person thus exposed himself to the danger of being
    • given over completely into the power of the other person. These
    • things are not so abstract as certain persons wish to represent
    • belief in spirits when none exist, but a person may also
    • The person who clings only to the material element in the
    • insane to every modern and intelligent person. But of course,
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    • made only by a person who has the following view: “I have a
    • for a person to turn away from this general human destiny to
    • earlier stages of human evolution, a person who looked up to an
    • regarded personality who had wrought much good for a human
    • a significant personality for human evolution, he thus
    • East later. That is, they begin to worship angels, every person
    • other persons make their gods. The Christ is found in different
    • the archai, but they all express themselves in what the person
    • person in this way stands within heredity and hereditary
    • perhaps one person passes through the portal of death and
    • take a concrete case and assume that through death a person
    • person is in this state, however, there lives in him what
    • certain nation. The person who has remained behind continues to
    • love with the dead person cannot remain undisturbed. Only
    • concerns me personally, but I am doing this only to cite an
    • a contemporary personality whom I
    • were in direct communication with the deceased persons, and
    • deceased person through these media. Please note, this is not
    • cannot in some way lead to a contact with a dead person. But it
    • person.
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    • knowledge in this way about a certain personality who in the
    • personality aroused quite special notice and gained
    • personality went over to the other side in the reign of
    • personality actively connected with the Emperor, the Caesar.
    • personality, not even in Seutonius or Tacitus, only in
    • personality as Apollonius who played a part of the utmost
    • question of our having in Apollonius a historical personality
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    • present day, one could only give up all hope of any personal
    • person, who wants himself to embark on any sort of
    • of many persons to-day it seems quite foolish to criticise
    • the will of these particular persons; and it is to
    • And what can be more obvious, than that, if a person can
    • out, how many out of a number of persons, who are now 20
    • so many persons of 20 years old, only so and so many will be
    • which the person in question will have to pay. And one may
    • in a sufficient income to satisfy personal needs. And it
    • consequence: the consequence, namely, that a person who wants
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    • really implies, that the person wants to import the old
    • external power. — And therefore those persons, who
    • I get hold of this person? should I make myself agreeable to
    • that person?" That is not what is needed to-day; but what is
    • democratic State would take as regards a person on whom some
    • person; and I said, that I thought really the proper
    • this person, with whom he was well-acquainted, could possible
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    • person feels he is employing his freedom.
    • dreamer is also satisfied. — But the person who achieves
    • wrong. And likewise wrong is the person who maintains that the
    • different person. Many misunderstandings arise in the outside
    • whether a person is a materialist or spiritualist. But this is
    • person whom we really love because we have come to recognize
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    • knowledge, for Goethe was, after all, a person who had deep
    • person. It is true that it took place a long time ago, but it
    • university. This person gave a brilliant inaugural lecture in
    • symbols and images. Even revered figures and personalities are
    • of type. The single, eminent personality is regarded as a type
    • individual personality that begins to break through for the
    • personality, that becomes the decisive factor. This lasts until
    • an extraordinarily unsympathetic personality. On the
    • other hand, in another person who has perhaps been too little
    • personality, and this is Hermann Grimm, who applied his
    • historical ideas are to be found. I have it from him personally
    • personality.
    • betray the fact that the personality is possessed by its views.
    • depths of the soul and are not worked over personally by the
    • personality is possessed by what lives below the
    • great difference — on the one hand a personal
    • there is no direct personal struggle, no conscious
    • personally for his ideas of history? He wants to introduce a
    • different way when one is confronted by another person and has
    • When a person is possessed by something in the subconscious
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    • while he said, “Now try to think the person who has been
    • was completely nonplussed when they tried to think the person
    • felt that the attempt to think thinking put a person, keeping
    • have memory. If a person were not able to hold on to what he
    • normal person. Everything depends upon our being able to
    • producing the same thing. A person has to choose a job which
    • definite result. And this result is that a person, in these
    • scientist of spirit now discovers that when a person is in this
    • spirit-soul consciousness. We become aware of a second person
    • were to say in the normal way that each person bears a second
    • person within him, we would frequently be understood to mean
    • here. We really do become aware that we carry a second person
    • person who has an open heart and mind for what surrounds him in
    • person who undertakes the exercises described knows that the
    • is more or less in the same position as a person who demands of
    • activity of the soul of a person who died long ago flows into
    • is only natural to cite personal experiences in
    • There was, for example, the soul of a person who died many
    • an effect on one person that he told Goethe that when he closed
    • Every person, whether he is a scientist of spirit or not, can
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    • one can receive from a person, who has experience in
    • There is no need to fear that in this way another person
    • suggestions under hypnosis, his whole personality is
    • personality. The everyday man stands beside this second
    • personality, who possesses a higher power of knowledge; he
    • of will of another personality. One must become in a sense the
    • with the personality which develops as the possessor of
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    • person with real inner sensitivity would find it any longer
    • Although no really sensitive person would find it
    • personality, and in any case what he said was spoken in the
    • significant person, one of the most eminent pupils of Ernst
    • arbitrary decision, but it is acquired by a person working as a
    • years already there have been some personalities with
    • Allow me this personal remark, because it has something to do
    • concepts and ideas. A sound thinking person does not
    • ordinary life one person may be a monist, another a dualist,
    • Forgive me if I say something personal once more, but it is
    • person can get what he wants from it, just as from the Delphic
    • person whom Goethe makes say this. Is it really Goethe, the one
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    • one might say, as a personal description of Goethe. Schiller
    • to characterise things from personal preference and not
    • of this personality depended upon the fact that he could
    • each person whom I conduct round the Goetheanum, that if I
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    • the world, and those persons also who rebel against
    • those persons in their next incarnation will be exposed to
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    • give their personal opinions to their hearere. But a man who
    • able personally to agree or disagree with something; it is
    • fact that any single person who teaches spiritual science at
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    • be a more accomplished person than was the case at their age
    • you an example of the understanding which persons of
    • consider who the person is who is speaking
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    • outstanding personalities have felt the truth of these
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    • will be of artistic imagination, based upon his personal
    • human personality. That is the reason why everything that is
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    • were shown that freewill can only be developed if a person is
    • A person may
    • the human soul if a person withdraws himself from something
    • mischief in the world. An apathetic person only lives in
    • people go through the world and meet this or that person, but
    • each person we meet is to lose oneself passionately in the
    • person; that is not true interest. If we do this, we lose
    • when a person says it is merely incorrect what he has said in
    • offensive. Under some circumstances a person must needs
    • his nature is something to which no reasonable person can
    • object. Hence also the attitude of another person cannot be
    • person can take sufficient nourishment in one day to last the
    • to know how the brain of a person is constituted, you must
    • egoism when a person undergoes a higher development, because
    • the furtherance of the world development. If a person
    • actions and his moral attitude a person gives something to
    • still happen, confirming what is felt by persons with special
    • well-know fact. The fact that a person feels responsible for
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    • Spiritual Science, Goetheanum, Class One. No person is held
    • In case of such a personality, who is
    • taken that a personality — like Shem, for example —
    • of one or several members of the person in question who is
    • advanced person would have to speak to a lowly tribe. He would
    • something which would serve to advance him personally, for the
    • personality is the one you find in the Biblical history named
    • personality who is the bearer of this Avatar-being are
    • pointed out and described where those personalities had sat who
    • personality with personality, reaches up to one who was a
    • one of the strange personalities who had a copy of the etheric
    • we could find other personalities in this period who had
    • these very personalities is that in their ego their
    • their fervor, was grand and exalted. Such a personality, for
    • Nazareth was contained in that remarkable personality
    • in 1207. Here we have a personality who had a copy of the astral
    • diverse personalities had sentient soul, intellectual
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    • entire soul constitution a different person. Each intellectual
    • a second, higher person. And this second, higher person then
    • these visual concepts and you know that the person will fall
    • time-person just as when, in the moment of realization when he
    • had come to the time-person, he had already rid himself of the
    • space-person with his strong I-feeling. Now the time-person can
    • work of his time-person he enters into the same world where he
    • this earth life as a different personality, taken to a higher
    • the head of the human being, it affects the entire person. For
    • Hence, allow me in conclusion to say something personal by way
    • of illustration, although this is not meant to be personal,
    • findings: the entire person.
    • relates to the whole person.
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    • or a person's inner being must evolve out of necessity.
    • and with different views, and these a person must endeavor to
    • patience and tolerance; it should enable a person to enter
    • A person's comprehension of Truth must encompass all other
    • Through spiritual science a person should be able to progress
    • bound to ask (a) questions about a person's fate and
    • after death when a person has laid aside the body. Every
    • theoretical answers, to give a person strength, consolation
    • rise to doubt and uncertainty that makes a person weak.
    • Without inner security of knowledge, a person is lost when
    • imply? A thoughtful person will recognize that very much is
    • practical minds are enough to ensure success. A person who
    • discusses subjects, such as a person's life before birth and
    • materialistic culture stems originally from a person's
    • person formulates about supersensible matters have an
    • uplifting effect; they fill a person's soul with feelings of
    • first a person will have certain opinions about spiritual
    • certain philosophic views maintain that no educated person
    • determine that light and color exist. Then, a person
    • can attain the means, provided that person seeks guidance of
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    • blood, one gains power over the person. In short, the feeling
    • means that a person's soul impulses come to expression on the
    • when only their fruits remain, a person will say that from
    • and psychologist. He sets out to show that a person's thought
    • the body is not unlike a second person who, in relation to
    • cannot use. One could say that a person carries in his or her
    • strength and relieves a person of what is useless. It is
    • first made its appearance, This a person must do in order to
    • exists must conform to the faculties a person happens to
    • exist. This is just about as clever as a blind person saying
    • that colors are nothing but a product of fantasy. The person
    • second member of a person's being is the ether body, which
    • crystallized into the form of a person's physical body. When
    • the case of a crystal. A person who knows how to look at a
    • kind of sentient life just described. But a person's
    • pictures of the outer world. Therefore, a person has lost the
    • “I” turns its vision inwards into a person's
    • forces inwards, building up a person's being, and outwards
    • within it there is prepared a prototype of that person's
    • spinal cord. In this condition what the person experiences is
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    • satyrs. He was a personage in Greek mythology.
    • sin. In the uniquely tragic personality of Job, we see a
    • victory, the victory of a person's innermost and noblest
    • preceded by no personal guilt or sin, we derive hope and
    • with ridicule and derision. Let us now imagine two persons,
    • experiencing another person's suffering as one's own. But
    • person's feeling; on the contrary, he must reject, must set
    • himself above it. The refusal to consider the other person's
    • person's bodily nature; life constitutes the foundation of
    • itself and overcome it. As a perceptive person once remarked:
    • When a person's slumbering soul forces and faculties are
    • someone born blind. Just as such a person will experience the
    • kind of destruction must take place in a person's lower
    • Although a person is well able to think, he cannot decide on
    • person is concerned, this harmony is established
    • unconsciously. If a person is to be initiated, if he or she
    • of feeling, a person of will and a thinking person; above
    • element. The ordinary person's consciousness lights up
    • effect on a person. Through the great law of destiny, karma,
    • spiritual science indicates that a person's pain and
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    • through exercises in meditation and concentration, a person
    • themselves passed through. When a person has become
    • consequently, we ought not to speak of a person's physical
    • united. The Luciferian beings approach a person's lower
    • with the result that what should remain impersonal becomes
    • entangled with what is personal.
    • the self; a person could choose between good and evil. But
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    • a person has in common with the rest of the natural world.
    • the second member of a person's being. It is a spiritual
    • constitutes the physical aspect of a person's being as having
    • fantastic for a person who can see to describe colors to a
    • blind person as blue or red.
    • member of a person's being, the astral body, is the bearer of
    • it and condition a person's destiny and character were given
    • member of a person's being, the power that enables him or her
    • with others; they can reach a person's ear from outside, but
    • person the crown of creation. This fourfold entity has always
    • a person, we must always consider each human being
    • individually. A person's characteristics are indicated
    • person it becomes the bearer of his enduring traits such as
    • but the way a person behaves in the child's presence matters
    • important for the rest of a person's life that during this
    • venerated person. The child lives in solemn expectation of
    • the moment he will be permitted to meet this person. At last
    • child is able to sense a person's innermost being, and that
    • also the way a person inwardly experiences the self.
    • opposite sex, the ability to judge, to form personal opinion,
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    • person's “I” has reached a stage of independence
    • towards the eventual attainment of an independent personality
    • action. They also saw that to the independent personality
    • Paul would say: “If a personality capable of egoistic
    • personality with one-sidedly developed impulses, and a mortal
    • he no longer understands the world. Once a person is old he
    • science explains, a person is an extremely complex being. An
    • consider a person's physical organism, we must be aware of
    • externally visible aspect of a person's organism. The four
    • members of a person's being have different values. We shall
    • work the physical principle accomplishes on a person's
    • person does not follow his urges and passions blindly; he has
    • ideals. When we compare a person with a savage, we realize
    • or indeed the average civilized person has purified and transformed,
    • and forces available to a person in life. Thanks to what a
    • person has attained already, one person will be born with
    • possible for him in this life. The life force a person
    • itself. As long as it lasts, a person exists at the expense
    • his cravings further; in short, a person lacks the energy to
    • place between a person as a living being and the rest of the
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    • person's being as consisting of four distinct members:
    • person does not stem from the animal kingdom, though
    • a person experiencing vivid dreams during sleep. But the
    • person repeats that event during physical birth. At that
    • time, having descended into a physical body, a person begins
    • replace religion, nor can a history of religion. A person who
    • that a person's character is formed partly by study and partly
    • from life. Rather should it be said that a person's character
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VIII: Insanity in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • religious person becomes mentally ill, his religious ideas
    • have great suggestive power over weaker personalities, can
    • our attention to the four lower members of a person's being:
    • in mighty pictures before the soul, the whole of a person's
    • the substance of the ether body separates from the person.
    • for this kind of phenomenon is as follows: A healthy person
    • the rest of a person's organism. Normally we are only
    • which a person cannot make his feelings agree with what goes
    • comes to expression, for the young person suffers from
    • provided by the strength and power of another personality. An
    • person that he is illogical, whereas vivid, strong
    • the other's personality must prove to the sick person that he
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    • to lead human beings away from the personal; people demand
    • person might as well know nothing about spiritual science if
    • all that person can do is talk glibly about reincarnation and
    • karma. If its effect is to be experienced, a person's whole
    • allowed to grow and mature within a person. It is rightly
    • person experiences the hope, strength and incentive to action
    • science must become a personal quest. The striving human
    • moon in silent majesty, a person will see all these phenomena
    • spiritual knowledge becomes a personal quest.
    • already made this highly unlikely. If a person was able to
    • stream into a person's soul. When the ability is attained to
    • were produced simply by what the persons concerned imagined
    • Imaginative wisdom will bring a person health. When knowledge
    • person open and receptive because it is a foundation from
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    • suggested that a person should contemplate his ordinary
    • person's higher self to be found? We can by means of a
    • regard to a person's ordinary self; that too is nothing but
    • death. In so doing, we must not forget that when a person
    • a person's existence after death if we are to recognize what
    • in a person's existence. During that short time there passes
    • extract remains united with a person throughout his further
    • must realize that everything a person has experienced as
    • person has purified, the more he is able to retain and add to
    • three extracts, a person passes into the essentially
    • brought out. A person can bring such talents because his
    • of each life on earth, a person adds something new to the
    • extracts of his three bodies. If a person is born with
    • already acquired capabilities. The characteristics a person
    • and so does the incarnating individuality. If a person is to
    • gathers again about the person. He must receive it back in
    • first half of a person's life. In order to see how his fate
    • to spiritual sight, are not part of a person's own nature,
    • good, beautiful and wise. To the child this person must be
    • the rest of a person's life. What matters here is of course
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  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XI: Who are the Rosicrucians?
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    • faculties enable a person to look into the spiritual world
    • methods. A person who gradually prepares will eventually
    • knowledge, which must be in accordance with a person's
    • that a person's nature must be taken into account when
    • Rosicrucian training depends on the students personality, but
    • to enter spiritual realms. A person who is inclined to see
    • reason; another is that though a person is born from the
    • person concerned is not capable of thinking in pure thoughts.
    • person must be able to find himself in a world of pure
    • manner in the reader. In this way a person makes his own
    • the person's inner life. Likewise you recognize tears to be
    • gesture of a hand, is the expression of a person's soul life,
    • that, if a person is compared to the plant, it is the root,
    • inverted plants. A person turns downwards and covers up in shame
    • height, a person will attain this ideal. When no impure
    • desires permeate the lower organs, a person will become as
    • a compound of oxygen and carbon. A person inhales oxygen,
    • person back the oxygen. Plants that grew millions of years
    • plant is to a person's life. It also shows that when humans
    • Certainly even the most highly developed person will not
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    • person believes he will discover finds expression through
    • progress. That person knows that the path to higher knowledge
    • that experiences of inner bliss will be his. A person who
    • individual, when a person felt as a member of his dass, of
    • to become an individual, a personality, had to leave the old
    • clan-community to enable the personal element to assert
    • physical nature. He regards as real only what one person may
    • hidden influences that act from person to person without a
    • even when nothing is outwardly expressed. What a person
    • person towards whom the thoughts and feelings are directed.
    • physically reach and assist another person. He has no notion
    • within the. person concerned; it has already passed over into
    • understand the whole human being, the inner person as well as
    • which rises above the merely personal, led him to myths.
    • They revealed the superhuman aspect of a person's being.
    • experience personal independence. Each one felt himself, not
    • person to person, whose musing and actions all stemmed from
    • a person's inner striving towards a higher consciousness as a
    • feminine. What is depicted as a marriage is a person's union
    • person's higher development. It made him place at the centre
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    • today is known to every educated person. From the spiritual
    • A modern person, however great his faith, can have no notion
    • more religious age. Nor can a person have any idea of the
    • modern person becomes critical when faced with contradictions
    • personalities who lived in the early days of Christendom.
    • if a person truly will, he can attain that spiritual world
    • instance we are not concerned with the fact that a person's
    • a person has developed from the animal, even if natural
    • perfect structure of the human organism. A person's physical
    • the highly advanced human being, the initiate, and the person
    • lowest living structure and that of human beings. A person
    • the spiritual world. A blind person will see the world full
    • of color when successfully operated upon; likewise a person
    • What a person sees was actually always about him, but he sees
    • stages of spiritual development: One person has forged ahead,
    • evolution. One person's interest lies in the realm of modern
    • when in general a person's consciousness was dull and dim,
    • discovered that through schooling, a person's spiritual eyes
    • experiences of a contemporary person when the external
    • During the three and one-half days a person experienced all
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    • societies; whatever a person might think, in the moment he uttered
    • among the appropriate persons a method of working is endowed of which
    • leading personalities of these associated branches – insofar as
    • these already exist – several of the proven personalities from
    • specific recognition for what this personality has done in recent
    • total freedom by these personalities.
    • certain coordination of the personalities
    • way in which these personalities
    • everything personal.
    • on persons, and not even on persons, but on what the persons will
    • personal sense. She felt herself to be the inspiration for the
    • disorder, which had deeply infected his person. His open letter of
    • of the Seal, and what she experienced in such a mystical, personal
    • personalities failed – caused by egoistical conceit on one hand
    • opportunity for the development of personal fantasy and to practice
    • person of Miss Berta Meyer. During the months of the war years we
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    • distinguish between the personality who lived at that time in
    • by a personality. The seer saw twelve individualities. They
    • thus appeared in the external form of twelve persons. At a
    • saw his soul-forces in the external form of persons, and
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    • strongly, then the person cannot become a statue sufficiently. You only
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    • a “spleeny”, depressive person — one without the will
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    • For the person who can see
    • the phenomenon that a person experienced the decay of his organs in
    • death in the situation where we would say today: this person is ill.
    • a person had become ill in the sense we understand, but one spoke about
    • of this type of illness. One then said to oneself: this person has become
    • in such a case one said: this person has become too dependent upon the
    • himself. Therefore one said to oneself if a person has been taken ill
    • one said to oneself: if the person lives there, then he is too strongly
    • person has too many effects of the earth in himself — because
    • of the cosmos. One investigated now, how far this person is influenced
    • by this season in particular. In olden times the dependence of a person
    • today by a person's complexion, e.g., if someone is pale, that he is
    • a good practice if one person or another who cannot tolerate this or
    • dear friends. And the person who says: this remains far away from what
    • That varies for the individual — every person is an individuality
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    • preceding it. This preceding verse says that a person can
    • in other people. A person has had some experience. But
    • significance than what happened to the person on the physical
    • what a person knows with his I is actually only a part
    • of the party decides to stay behind, the person who has second
    • person stays behind and after a while has a vision. In this
    • vision any event can appear to that person. He or she could of
    • spiritual world. In short, the clairvoyant person may have seen
    • following could happen. That person could say, “As
    • person imagine that there can be any talk about the immortality
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    • These two figures are exceptionally good examples of the person
    • ahrimanic person — and the luciferic person who wants
    • us imagine that a person might have stood in front of the
    • thoughts a person might have about it, or rather the
    • imaginations a person might see, for that sparrow was not mere
    • Let us look at it rationally for a moment. A person in a state
    • person might be a pessimist and say that times are too evil for
    • hatred of the rich. And when a person like that saw the clock,
    • regarding all the karmic damage this person might have
    • personality of the nineteenth century will no longer be
    • our reflections by seeing the critic as a different person from
    • opinion just now. It is possible for one person to say this and
    • another that. On what does it depend that one person has a
    • considered, we cannot dispute whether a person is free or
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    • a very self-satisfied person. Have you at least drawn up a
    • time, for in all the yearbooks and personnel files it was
    • person like this third teacher.
    • approach. He clung to the past, and out of personal egotism
    • science. Suppose a person carries out some action on the
    • has entered that is only to be found in the life of that person
    • now let us imagine another person, younger perhaps. I
    • he behaves. Well then, another, younger person, not out of
    • other person accompanying the postman did it all voluntarily.
    • this freedom. You will not deny that if the second person had
    • accompanied the first person long enough, he would
    • confirm this. We can compare three people. The first person
    • second person is inclined to be more of a hypochondriac,
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    • Consciousness of everything a person does out of
    • been a better person, a more capable person. That is egotism
    • what we have said keep a person who has stolen something from
    • a person broods about how differently he should have acted, the
    • vision. Such persons see specters merely because the cornea has
    • fact but distorted it. Yet a person must see the real facts
    • Their effect on a person who is not filled with feeling about
    • can follow up the education of a person such as he, and can see
    • person who wants to work in total freedom! I want to disregard
    • necessity.” Thus that person is most free of all
    • educate. Now an average person has his educational principles.
    • in necessity, everything a person does on the physical plane is
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • and a person cannot say “I” to himself. If he
    • though, people did not look into a person's eyes like we do
    • is there. In the past people knew that if a person forms the
    • Nowadays when a person looks at nature, he believes it to be
    • personal experience of willing anything out of the I.
    • effect on a person. If all that mankind receives by nature
    • our sensations and memory pictures. Thus we can blame a person
    • ugly according to natural law, one person may be what is called
    • a good person. But on no account should the goodness or
    • can blame a person for a bad deed just as little as we can
    • person responsible for his actions if one takes the stand of
    • the person under no circumstances stops to think about it or
    • person does not attempt to have a clear view of the will
    • this is a fitting image — like wine does when a person is
    • person of the full possession of his wits. That is to say, we
    • is completely bowled over. If you take an ordinary person,
    • of a living person, and someone gives as his objective
    • opinion “This portrait is very like the person,”
    • compares the portrait with the person, they both look the
    • external reality any more? The person is no longer there. We
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    • with a dead person, not simply to speak with him in verbal
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    • this very language. There are some personalities today who
    • healthily, developed a kind of personal relationship to all
    • one's own person and turned one's gaze to the great question
    • of the day, that if one is a sensible person one should
    • scarcely have time to attend to the most limited personal
    • between the futility of personal destiny today, and they
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    • evolution of the Spirits of Personality.
    • where he should become clear about his own personal being. In this longing,
    • personal interests. It is really true that in talking of Spiritual Science
    • narrowest interests. He must rid himself of the immediately personal;
    • for it does not help matters when people carry their narrow personal
    • lies in this presentation of Spiritual Science being no personal affair,
    • no personal opinion. Were I obliged to hold the view that I should lecture
    • only about merely personal opinions and not concerning what is revealed
    • silent. For to uphold personal opinions and personal aspirations in
    • able actually to will merely what is personal can for that reason only
    • the personal. How many there are who coming to Anthroposophy would like
    • in those who carry their personal aspirations into the impulse of Spiritual
    • an unsympathetic person! How utterly without feeling the man is and
    • if personal aspirations, personal ambition, is brought in, can cause
    • side, namely, that whoever thinks to find only what is just personal
    • may not be acting also merely from personal ambition. And a terrible
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    • rested upon personal experience, as does all the rest of what I impart
    • what was wanted was the name of the medium or medium-like person responsible
    • the personal, accustomed standpoint. This is what must above all be
    • pursues what is personal, he may arrive at the following divided mood
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 5: Paganism, Hebraism, and the Greek Spirit, Hellenism
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    • be described as seeking a personal relation to Christ Jesus in contrast
    • minds absorbed intimately, personally, what in a changed human nature
    • relations of a personal kind between man and man. And into these close
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    • to feel what a delightful and precious personality has left us if one
    • this personality. I need not dwell at length on what we all feel in
    • our hearts. Those who have now had the opportunity of knowing this personality
    • his support, for his growing powers of consciousness. And certain personalities
    • stages, depended upon a man becoming a different person through the
    • well studied if one comes to a real understanding of the personality,
    • but for the moment the personality of soul and spirit of Goethe. It
    • developed throughout the centuries by reason of the personal characteristics
    • Saxony in Schröer's studies which, in personal collaboration with
    • And even were Goethe one of those personalities who accustom themselves
    • was organised by men, by personalities, who really had not grown out
    • three personalities having such a great influence upon him are, first
    • personal,true, path of experience. He could not accept what those around
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    • a result of a wish from your chairperson we shall speak today
    • established. When you see a person today, you may well
    • hence a person who has lost a body which had been filled with
    • hateful feelings shows a withered form while a person who died
    • according to what is happening to a person and what he or she
    • body may be observed. Take for example a person who is a
    • especially if the person is irascible, then we see tuberous
    • person becomes polluted. From these thickenings exude evil
    • can easily be seen. When a person is talkative, tend to gossip,
    • person is inquisitive then it shows in the astral body in such
    • for each person, an Ego-Being. The animals don't have the same
    • personality on the astral plane, and there we can meet this
    • personality, this group soul, just like meeting a person.
    • action of the personalities who lead and link what is
    • happening. Actually these are such astral personalities who
    • type. One person may pass a picture and experience nothing
    • between death and a new birth. Through the fact that a person
    • personality. Should he be unable to do this, then he would
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    • Goethe's Personal Relationship with his “Faust”
    • independent of the personality of its creator. One can also put
    • wish to speak now about the personal relationship of Goethe to
    • his “Faust,” not in the narrow personal sense but
    • personality to his “Faust” — what Goethe
    • Goethe himself, in his personal consciousness, within his
    • Wagner; he has a locked personality, a character which has
    • into life and so places the personality in the wide world. We
    • personal kernel which connects to the kernel of the world
    • we observe something extraordinary in Goethe's personal
    • personal relationship Goethe had to his “Faust”
    • honest in his personal relationship to “Faust”
    • a single soul, a person of the highest ranks, who strives and
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    • example a person is advised to observe what he or she does,
    • something which makes a person quite different from what he or
    • When a person, through ordinary consideration of his merits and
    • so to speak the yard stick for all which the person will
    • portray in future. In this way a person will never rise above
    • of the environment from the personal to the impersonal. Next we
    • itself what can be called impersonal self-knowledge.
    • another, connected to individual deeds, with personal
    • can ask: can a person do something in order to attain
    • has to be added that a person in his normal development can
    • compliant individuals who only talk about it, that a person
    • direct a person any further on his or her path, rather it could
    • you will really see the results. This no other person can prove
    • and further out of us, always towards the impersonal. As with
    • as directions to self-knowledge. The impersonal kind of
    • have come to impersonally reveal what the Higher Worlds offer.
    • products of the impersonal. As a result we will arrive at
    • we must lift ourselves to the impersonal, because only through
    • the personal can enter into the impersonal way of the
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    • persons of artistic natures who happened to come among us were often
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    • holding ourselves above cliques and personal feelings, and all these
    • not be able to get very far forward. We must subdue the purely personal;
    • us that we shall escape from the, narrow personal points of view and
    • that they become personal. It is for this reason that they try to bring
    • about the destruction of the ideas of this Movement by personal slander.
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    • oneself with anything personal, the thought is immediately directed
    • there is really no set of people in whom really the impersonal objective
    • occupied with their own personal interests, as if they were of the highest
    • are only occupied with their own personal interests, and secondly in
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    • just such a personality as Nikolai, Goethe adds:
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    • impression was needed that personalities such as his could
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    • representing things out of his own personal impulse, where in
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    • personality who took it upon himself to impress upon you that
    • person says to you. Well then, the wish is transformed into a
    • a personality standing within the spiritual world but only
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    • consideration, and some kind of person makes his appearance
    • seen very clearly in individual personalities and in what
    • little, what indeed canbe done by one person alone.” my dear
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    • seething and weaving there. Imagine this force personified,
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    • Helen in person. And when you turn the page from the mighty
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    • dreamer but a normal waking person, nay even more than a normal
    • waking person. To the dreamer the symbols come spontaneously,
    • to the waking person the conceptual images come through outer
    • stimulation. The waking person who makes alive within himself
    • spirit may not become a person inclined to fantasy nor a
    • experiences for instance how a person has come towards one, how
    • approached another personality. How in our soul forces unfolded
    • just through that personality. One really looks at oneself how
    • their personality. In their thoughts they do not connect the
    • what colour the dress of a person was whom one had seen in the
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    • a worthy person, then you will be united with Osiris after
    • the world in which Osiris stays. A person can therefore meet
    • “I” lives in every person and is the ruler of the
    • highest Being. - In the “I am” itself every person
    • only way to find healthy relationships between one person and
    • another is by not resenting what the other person owns. So a
    • person is placed beside others in order for him or her to
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    • easily say: If I cut the physical body of a person then I cause
    • different. A person may consider for example, from a standpoint
    • science regarding a person, we can't find in a single plant but
    • person's karma, but mankind's karma. Everyone can thump his
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    • that another person came along and criticised the
    • the person in question is beginning to develop spiritually.
    • consciousness. Something new, a new kind of personality, has
    • subject is, with such persons, quite fruitless. They must first
    • will imagine two persons, one morally deficient and
    • instance, of a person who, not having got beyond the
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    • personalities who were influenced on the one hand by Arabism,
    • these personalities, who found their way in the course of time
    • in the personalities of whom I am now speaking, the ‘I think’
    • to their own person only their feeling and their willing. Out
    • Today, no doubt, a person can also familiarise himself with
    • the personalities of whom I am now speaking, it was a profound
    • things the individual and personal being of man, and worked to
    • fact that when a person dies the thoughts he received during
    • those other personalities who arose chiefly within the
    • When a person of today thinks on philosophic questions or
    • personality! We hear a person of today letting one thought
    • thoughts with his own personality. Afterwards they will soon
    • a person could be sitting there at that time, defending with
    • person like Averroes, that which proceeded from him, dissolving
    • then is the consequence: A person not only falls asleep, but
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    • already over. When the visitors, his host and the other persons
    • as a personification of the world's purpose in the age in which one
    • German-Swiss element left a permanent mark on the whole personality
    • ever unfolding personality. No one who reads Fichte to-day, who approaches
    • personality who, while in one aspect he struck them as a hot-head,
    • as an image. And now think of a person thinking of the wall. Detach
    • attention entirely on the person thinking of the wall.”
    • to say to men should be repeated by this person or that, but rather
    • One person
    • at Jena: this person was the Duke, Karl August. And we may
    • personal honour, but that of the spiritual life itself. And so he
    • would have to be applied here. I will take it that the persons
    • found himself confronting the personality of Napoleon, in whom, in
    • these links. And in such a world we encounter the personality of
    • deficiency that a personality which is only a shell, without any
    • phenomenon Fichte traced the personality, the whole “catastrophe”
    • mentioning this and in placing side by side these two personalities
    • such a rough-hewn personality as Fichte's. No, truly, his was not a
    • personality easy to deal with. Of this we find again another
    • this personality was not easy to deal with! It was something
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    • foremost of the personalities in the Song — feels from the
    • intelligible to Arjuna. How easy it is in our time for a person to
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    • the way to be experienced — such a person will be aware of the
    • occult training. Such a person must be prepared so that he may
    • and calm. To this end a person who is striving to become ripe for
    • own. When a person's interests are gradually sharpened and widened
    • the individual, personal qualities whereby a man stands out from his
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    • to break free of them we do not do it, but when a person is really in
    • person is familiar. In ordinary life our dreams take place in this
    • has even received personal instructions. He comes to his instructor
    • ego, the self, that we have acquired in this world. If a person wants
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    • back and put ourselves in the place of a person living at the time when the
    • takes these qualities with him. When a person has not purified his
    • as the realm of dreams. We can say that a person witnesses the birth
    • finding nothing at all about the previous incarnations of some person
    • search about for historical personalities you think might possibly
    • such a person in general would not be the most adapted to discover a
    • person. We are, in fact, twofold beings in ordinary life, even if we
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    • edition came out last year. In it a perfectly sincere person attacks
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    • Such might be. Then, each person separately and by himself might go
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    • near the truth. For some persons this will not be necessary, because
    • knife,” and another person replied, “That is impossible,
    • of the child are those of the grown-up person, but in childlike form.
    • into two parts. In every human being two persons confront us —
    • ourselves one person who is related to the creative forces in man,
    • everybody, but I do regard it as my own personal task to say nothing
    • individual persons, and how this will throw more and more light on
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    • great European thinker said on his deathbed, “Only one person
    • spite of the person's honest effort the whole essay was of no use
    • Here we have a person
    • person, who does not know what European spiritual evolution really
    • of that period somewhat as follows. What appears to a person today in
    • they value the great efforts that achieved it. That is the personal
    • understood. For such a person there would be no question of seeking
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    • individual person, distinguishing his soul from his environment, he
    • one's environment, one continues merely to live in it. A person is
    • materialistic congress how each person in the depths of his soul is
    • person. To follow his teaching exclusively means to strive for the
    • Each person would only have sought his own perfection. Striving for
    • In the personality of
    • so easy as introducing some person's son or even daughter, saying,
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    • possible without personal guidance, but the experiences must be
    • certain stage without any personal guidance; for it has been possible
    • as a rule a person will have to lead a kind of double life. For in
    • thoughtless person might leave it lying about, which would be against
    • when a certain attitude of soul towards one's personal views and
    • opinions has been acquired. A person who has any preference for one
    • he can appreciate the other person's point of view, he will always be
    • and take his stand beside the person, forcing himself to follow the
    • which accompanies the faculty of rising above personal opinions and
    • The person who is meditating, who has worked up to certain stages of
    • an expression of the sense of touch, ceases, and the person feels as
    • of it is so lessened that the person is not aware of being outside all
    • Mysteries consists in a person coming to the point when he overcomes
    • to the Gate of Death.” For the person knows now what is meant by
    • but these experiences, these inner impressions. As soon as a person
    • The point is not that this or that external personality was there, but
    • that a number of persons should be capable of judging what spiritual
    • being lived in this particular personality. One would never have
    • needed to tell these persons: “This one or other is Moses.”
    • being who was to be recognised as a certain person.
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    • the soul-life, so that through the exercises which a person undertakes
    • persons — do we apply moral concepts to the animal kingdom. What
    • lives of such persons to the time before they went through the Gate of
    • first in full force when persons who in this sense are the children of
    • Hence the least suitable persons for the development of seership are
    • — such people are of no use for training in seership. Persons who
    • This will have indicated how a person should not let feelings and
    • in the physical world he will be too, a different person. But in order
    • person, but of someone who can really enjoy to the full the effect
    • waking or sleeping person. Also when he has, so to speak, laid aside
    • person, then, too, comes the feeling that the sleeper has been
    • growing below, so can the ego of a person say of his physical and
    • mere playing with words. One knows then that every person, when on
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    • a person of the present time and a man of old. And the period in the
    • that was guided, as if a person's sight were to be led all round a
    • a person die, when one knows that he is passing out of the physical
    • God. As one feels with a person when he is passing into the spiritual
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    • Soul, into that which constitutes human personality. Inspirations from
    • that which makes for and constitutes human personality. This took
    • fifth epoch, accordingly, there were persons who, not exactly through
    • through the Sentient Soul. And the persons who expressed the transit
    • work on the Intellectual Soul in persons who had gained understanding
    • spiritual forces there, a person can have just as great and powerful
    • acquainted with the nature of the Mysteries: a personality who was
    • We often find that persons who have not gone far enough into the
    • development; they could not diverge in this way. A person with a
    • very little agreement with the higher ego of the person. It should be
    • through the same stages as did a person belonging either to the
    • persons who with one part of their being rise up into the heights,
    • all-too-human”. Persons who in earlier incarnations showed no
    • it produces on the soul. And when a person becomes cleverer and
    • such a person has taken into himself only these typical dregs of
    • “cleverer” a person is by the standards of the time we are
    • person takes into account all that modern knowledge and education are
    • the right effects, so that the person can gain control of the forces
    • And. a person who, having acquired a present-day education, confesses
    • nothing, is often just the person who strives most earnestly and
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    • yore had been merely a natural and social function — became personal
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    • themselves in the third person.
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    • God who instills into man the desire for personal knowledge. This sets
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    • the physical body of the person in front of him. Then, in place of the
    • The wisdom was occult doctrine but it bore the permanent and personal
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    • inherent in the personality must be sufficiently intense and in
    • his karma — it is their personification in the astral
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    • outer personification of the self makes it possible for the astral
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    • personal effort. The eight new petals correspond to the Beatitudes of
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    • eye of the seer as living tableaux where objects and persons move and
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    • 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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    • form given by Jehovah, he would have remained an impersonal
    • source of this Impulse is the person and example of Christ Jesus.
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    • as it was revealed in the Divine Personality of Christ. But in every
    • Person of Christ, of the God-Man on Earth has temporarily replaced
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    • person portraying his feelings, his intimate religious life
    • attitude of a simple person and takes the facts as they are
    • things, such an initiation took place as follows. The person
    • be formed. If a person does not practice exercises he remains
    • inner man. An immature person expresses little of the power
    • person enters the astral world, he finds himself in a region
    • — that He loved him. It is the same person. He is not
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    • person sleeps? In man we have the physical body, etheric
    • person sleeps? The physical and etheric bodies remain in bed.
    • undeveloped personality, and later, in the form of the
    • something to do. When the person is awake, the astral body
    • person lies asleep. The astral body then works from outside.
    • know this does not have any influence. When however, a person
    • person goes through when he follows this path. The great
    • mystics experienced it. Such a person has reached the second
    • fourth stage is the crucifixion. Through this a person
    • person has got as far as this he comes to the fifth stage.
    • value. While a person feels himself thus lost in darkness,
    • bottom of the human soul. He becomes a second person by the
    • person has gone through this fifth station he can progress to
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    • sayings. This does not mean that the ordinary person cannot
    • Meanwhile the consciousness of a person who has passed
    • initiate of the fifth grade had so overcome his personality
    • person has reached the fifth grade of initiation he always
    • glory of God should be made manifest in a blind person. This
    • truth and yet it would be folly. I must give a person what he
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    • A person came in, made a deep impression upon him, spoke a few words,
    • from one person to another, and nobody who was unripe or unworthy would
    • — positive and negative. The first makes a person see what is not
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    • are for a person who is himself not yet able to see into these higher
    • But every normal person can say to himself: “I shall be able to
    • in every person, if he has the necessary energy and patience. Everyone,
    • we call the Akasha Chronicle. Whatever a person has done and accomplished
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    • the etheric body occurs when a person is faced with a sudden danger
    • person's faculty of memory will be. While the etheric body is firmly
    • I enter into the person or the animal and come to know what the other
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    • development of human personality are very different from what they were
    • that during this period a person is generally born twice, once as a
    • to it under the conditions of that period; and the person will have
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    • but with undeveloped persons, who have given free rein to their impulses
    • importance. It may happen that a person who went through a great deal
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VI: The Upbringing of Children. Karma.
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    • people are clairvoyant, and long before a person attains to direct vision
    • beings. A young person's feelings towards the world in general develop
    • so is the personality, and so personal judgment has to be developed.
    • the twenty-fourth year, when everything around him can teach a person
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    • a person in that particular situation. In speaking of karmic relationships
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    • accomplished? If someone has done something to another person, there
    • persons concerned must be born again as contemporaries. How does this
    • happen? What are the forces that bring the two persons together?
    • as follows. A wrong has been done; the victim has suffered it; the person
    • incarnation, this is the force that draws together all the persons who
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    • in the past. It is our duty to enter into what another person says;
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    • them for myself? That implies a lack of trust. He must trust a person
    • consciousness”. When an ordinary person is completely withdrawn
    • lost. An ordinary person, because the soul stays in close relation to
    • by them can move with certainty on the highest planes. Even a person
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    • permissible but which involves the exploitation of another person
    • injunction, Do not lead a dissolute life, take a person with
    • the curbing of sense-perception. Nowadays in ordinary life a person
    • feet of a number of persons. This picture rises up in his dreams as an
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    • destroyed. For persons much occupied with science, the necessary path
    • a person has outgrown this idea, not only in theory but in feeling,
    • which have been occultly investigated. It has been found that persons
  • Title: Pastoral Medicine: Lecture 1
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    • soul of a sick person, particularly one who is seriously sick, or of
    • a healthy person. With the sick, perhaps severely sick individuals,
    • explained for the lay person; also what medical science has to say,
    • significance the earlier pastoral medicine attributed to a person's
    • sick person, there is always the fact that in the healing process we
    • person to the surrounding world. No matter what therapy we use, in
    • every instance we are going beyond what the person has normally in
    • what the person had permitted in his or her own everyday relation to
    • usually works upon that person. For what is the normal intervention
    • in human life? How does a person take hold of his or her own life? We
    • person in the same way that physical-chemical forces are active in
    • person's life forces, in life itself. Third, the process that takes
    • immediate hold of the person in the sphere of consciousness:
    • the so-called normal course of life. A person who is eating, for
    • healthy person you would alter the person's condition of
    • the person into the therapeutic process. You do not remain in the
    • In communion a person
    • with reaching into a person's life, because a sacrament is enacted,
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    • difficult if you have such a person before you. And you may encounter
    • who finds such a person in an early stage of life makes the
    • person is a psychopathological impairment case who is at the
    • things such a person tells them can, if properly interpreted, give
    • from a really insane person. But the insane person is not able to
    • do so. Thus you can encounter such a person if you are a physician,
    • and we will see how to regard this person medically from an
    • person if you are a priest — and even the entire congregation
    • person develops further; then something quite special appears. The
    • Then the following can take place: the person becomes unable to control
    • The person is unable to push the astral body and ego organization
    • away and the person falls into a kind of dizzy dream state. But then
    • strength. The person can be confused and also extremely argumentative
    • comes in contact with such a person. The person confesses to
    • developed in most human beings. Also in such a person the love of
    • person can get into great trouble because of it, which will then be
    • after themselves. A person who is in this condition in early
    • along after them, the person cannot perceive, cannot be active,
    • body. So experiences are dim and the person goes about in a physical
    • be quite amazed at what such a person will confess. Priests may
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    • of development are such personalities as St. Teresa. One can observe
    • for instance, standing before them as a real person. That is the
    • normally would. Something, therefore, is happening for such persons
    • and draws the intestines out with it. This means that the person
    • to it. The person has no experience in the lower organs and is led
    • a person as St. Teresa returns. When the pathological condition
    • wonderful cures can take place around such a person.
    • that happens to a person today is so shaped by spiritual beings that
    • can see how the pastoral care of some person by priests, who are
    • basing their view of the person on the karmic connections, the
    • unbiased person. The philosophers deny its reality because their
    • And please notice, something that in an abnormal person shows too
    • can be a sophisticated person like Leibnitz and gaze out at a
    • must be trained to understand the conditions under which a person is
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    • in the course of every seven or eight years a person pushes off all
    • those first seven years is it true that a person's characteristics
    • strong, then we will see a young person shooting up who from inner
    • impressing themselves into the soul-life. So what a young person does
    • a person becomes, the less material is stripped away from the bones
    • though there are continually fewer parts to be renewed, the person
    • into a person; it becomes harsh. Of this strange new relation of the
    • person is either striving toward this twenty-eighth-year point or
    • instance, a person thirty-five years old — and I mean
    • worked over from this person's abnormal development up to the point
    • more toward age? A person is properly responsible if the point is
    • some person — one may perhaps find that the person suffers
    • late, the question will be whether that person is hindered by his or
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    • with such personalities as St. Teresa and Mechthild of Magdeburg,
    • know this second type of person in the way I have indicated for the
    • understand the first type of person requires the soul depth of the
    • priest. To understand this second type of person — who often is
    • organism. Such persons, if one asks them a question, show a certain
    • association of ideas such as the ordinary person does not have.
    • wondering why the person hits upon one thing at one moment and
    • its deeper foundation. One notices that the person enjoys the sound
    • what can be learned from the person's neighbors or a similar source,
    • then one discovers, for instance, that such a person feels a terrific
    • counteract it, just to discover what state the person is in, one can,
    • clear consciousness. And now in such persons as I am describing we
    • gaps in it. This can become so extreme that the person lives in a
    • — because their karma has given them a weak personality —
    • in the physical body. With such a person it now comes about, not that
    • condition called idiocy, in which the human personality is lost, in
    • which a person rests in outer nature, that is, in the hidden forces
    • will still allow a person to pursue certain activities in external
    • reveal itself in two ways. In most cases a person brings it along as
    • Already at birth, the person is in an abnormal condition because of
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    • further. It was believed of a person in whom the spiritual fault lay
    • spiritual force that did not belong there, that somehow the person
    • that a person was “possessed” by some spiritual entity as
    • ill person the alien elemental spirituality that had entered through
    • well-trained scientists have adopted the view that a person who has a
    • perfect physical organism doesn't sin. A person sins if there is some
    • certainty that in the sick person there is some material process or
    • person is cured through religious beliefs, in the former through
    • health. A certain person lived in the nineteenth century. I'll speak
    • person was incarnated in a southeastern region of Asia where the
    • born as an extremely fearful person, so that he chained dogs to
    • — with his fantastic personality, his giant talent —
    • such a way that it affects a person's external life, and then in turn
    • karma quite clearly. He has to keep a dog. He is a fantastic person.
    • needs to look at the general picture. With such personalities as St.
    • Raimund we have an unusual personality. He developed not only in the
    • his personality; they play into each other, wonderfully and
    • offer comfort to a sick person, one will offer the comfort of
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    • earth-lives; we see it manifesting in our personality. We found this
    • plainly evident in such a person as Ferdinand Raimund. But there is
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    • distinction between the kingdoms of nature on the earth. A person
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    • state of illness in connection with a person's spiritual life, this
    • processes go on that during the person's sleep are independent of the
    • there must be just as much of the catabolic processes as a person
    • always raised to a higher level. But from the moment of a person's
    • assume that we observe in some person's physical body a process that
    • kingdom for that part of the ego that the person lacks, to cure what
    • the physical body of the sick person. We have to find the
    • things more closely. There are certain persons who are not
    • is superfluous in such a person, then there is this inner perception,
    • and the person can describe his or her own illness.
    • person, the physically sick person, is in the former condition I was
    • somnambulistic condition. The sick person experiences a strong
    • reverse process of nature. But now suppose the person is outside the
    • physical body with the astral body and ego. Then the person has
    • person experiences a sick organ inwardly — sick because it
    • described. If the person is in the opposite condition, the
    • elemental life of nature comes into dreams, the person experiences
    • what is spiritual in the minerals. And what does the person dream
    • about? The person dreams of the medicinal remedy. Here you have the
    • was not so much experimenting as there is today. The sick person was
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    • person like Driesch, for instance, recognized officially by the outer
    • path of personal development that requires the effort of the whole
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    • universal recognition that a person does not in the first place unite
    • person. This could only happen out of the old instinctive
    • was strong even in normally healthy persons, was related for every
    • physician's task to know how a person fallen to subnature is brought
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    • soul of a sick person, particularly one who is seriously sick, or of
    • a healthy person. With the sick, perhaps severely sick individuals,
    • explained for the lay person; also what medical science has to say,
    • significance the earlier pastoral medicine attributed to a person's
    • sick person, there is always the fact that in the healing process we
    • person to the surrounding world. No matter what therapy we use, in
    • every instance we are going beyond what the person has normally in
    • what the person had permitted in his or her own everyday relation to
    • usually works upon that person. For what is the normal intervention
    • in human life? How does a person take hold of his or her own life? We
    • person in the same way that physical-chemical forces are active in
    • person's life forces, in life itself. Third, the process that takes
    • immediate hold of the person in the sphere of consciousness:
    • the so-called normal course of life. A person who is eating, for
    • healthy person you would alter the person's condition of
    • the person into the therapeutic process. You do not remain in the
    • In communion a person
    • with reaching into a person's life, because a sacrament is enacted,
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    • difficult if you have such a person before you. And you may encounter
    • who finds such a person in an early stage of life makes the
    • person is a psychopathological impairment case who is at the
    • things such a person tells them can, if properly interpreted, give
    • from a really insane person. But the insane person is not able to
    • do so. Thus you can encounter such a person if you are a physician,
    • and we will see how to regard this person medically from an
    • person if you are a priest — and even the entire congregation
    • person develops further; then something quite special appears. The
    • following can take place: the person becomes unable to control the
    • The person is unable to push the astral body and ego organization
    • away and the person falls into a kind of dizzy dream state. But then
    • strength. The person can be confused and also extremely argumentative
    • comes in contact with such a person. The person confesses to
    • developed in most human beings. Also in such a person the love of
    • person can get into great trouble because of it, which will then be
    • after themselves. A person who is in this condition in early
    • along after them, the person cannot perceive, cannot be active,
    • body. So experiences are dim and the person goes about in a physical
    • be quite amazed at what such a person will confess. Priests may
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    • of development are such personalities as St. Teresa. One can observe
    • for instance, standing before them as a real person. That is the
    • normally would. Something, therefore, is happening for such persons
    • and draws the intestines out with it. This means that the person
    • to it. The person has no experience in the lower organs and is led
    • a person as St. Teresa returns. When the pathological condition
    • wonderful cures can take place around such a person.
    • that happens to a person today is so shaped by spiritual beings that
    • can see how the pastoral care of some person by priests, who are
    • basing their view of the person on the karmic connections, the
    • unbiased person. The philosophers deny its reality because their
    • And please notice, something that in an abnormal person shows too
    • can be a sophisticated person like Leibnitz and gaze out at a
    • must be trained to understand the conditions under which a person is
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    • in the course of every seven or eight years a person pushes off all
    • those first seven years is it true that a person's characteristics
    • strong, then we will see a young person shooting up who from inner
    • impressing themselves into the soul-life. So what a young person does
    • a person becomes, the less material is stripped away from the bones
    • though there are continually fewer parts to be renewed, the person
    • into a person; it becomes harsh. Of this strange new relation of the
    • person is either striving toward this twenty-eighth-year point or
    • instance, a person thirty-five years old — and I mean
    • worked over from this person's abnormal development up to the point
    • more toward age? A person is properly responsible if the point is
    • some person — one may perhaps find that the person suffers
    • late, the question will be whether that person is hindered by his or
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    • with such personalities as St. Teresa and Mechthild of Magdeburg,
    • know this second type of person in the way I have indicated for the
    • understand the first type of person requires the soul depth of the
    • priest. To understand this second type of person — who often is
    • organism. Such persons, if one asks them a question, show a certain
    • association of ideas such as the ordinary person does not have.
    • wondering why the person hits upon one thing at one moment and
    • its deeper foundation. One notices that the person enjoys the sound
    • what can be learned from the person's neighbors or a similar source,
    • then one discovers, for instance, that such a person feels a terrific
    • counteract it, just to discover what state the person is in, one can,
    • clear consciousness. And now in such persons as I am describing we
    • gaps in it. This can become so extreme that the person lives in a
    • — because their karma has given them a weak personality —
    • in the physical body. With such a person it now comes about, not that
    • condition called idiocy, in which the human personality is lost, in
    • which a person rests in outer nature, that is, in the hidden forces
    • will still allow a person to pursue certain activities in external
    • reveal itself in two ways. In most cases a person brings it along as
    • Already at birth, the person is in an abnormal condition because of
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    • further. It was believed of a person in whom the spiritual fault lay
    • spiritual force that did not belong there, that somehow the person
    • that a person was “possessed” by some spiritual entity as
    • ill person the alien elemental spirituality that had entered through
    • well-trained scientists have adopted the view that a person who has a
    • perfect physical organism doesn't sin. A person sins if there is some
    • certainty that in the sick person there is some material process or
    • person is cured through religious beliefs, in the former through
    • health. A certain person lived in the nineteenth century. I'll speak
    • person was incarnated in a southeastern region of Asia where the
    • born as an extremely fearful person, so that he chained dogs to
    • — with his fantastic personality, his giant talent —
    • such a way that it affects a person's external life, and then in turn
    • karma quite clearly. He has to keep a dog. He is a fantastic person.
    • needs to look at the general picture. With such personalities as St.
    • Raimund we have an unusual personality. He developed not only in the
    • his personality; they play into each other, wonderfully and
    • offer comfort to a sick person, one will offer the comfort of
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    • earth-lives; we see it manifesting in our personality. We found this
    • plainly evident in such a person as Ferdinand Raimund. But there is
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    • distinction between the kingdoms of nature on the earth. A person
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    • state of illness in connection with a person's spiritual life, this
    • processes go on that during the person's sleep are independent of the
    • there must be just as much of the catabolic processes as a person
    • always raised to a higher level. But from the moment of a person's
    • assume that we observe in some person's physical body a process that
    • kingdom for that part of the ego that the person lacks, to cure what
    • the physical body of the sick person. We have to find the
    • things more closely. There are certain persons who are not
    • is superfluous in such a person, then there is this inner perception,
    • and the person can describe his or her own illness.
    • person, the physically sick person, is in the former condition I was
    • somnambulistic condition. The sick person experiences a strong
    • reverse process of nature. But now suppose the person is outside the
    • physical body with the astral body and ego. Then the person has
    • person experiences a sick organ inwardly — sick because it
    • described. If the person is in the opposite condition, the
    • elemental life of nature comes into dreams, the person experiences
    • what is spiritual in the minerals. And what does the person dream
    • about? The person dreams of the medicinal remedy. Here you have the
    • was not so much experimenting as there is today. The sick person was
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    • person like Driesch, for instance, recognized officially by the outer
    • path of personal development that requires the effort of the whole
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    • universal recognition that a person does not in the first place unite
    • person. This could only happen out of the old instinctive
    • was strong even in normally healthy persons, was related for every
    • physician's task to know how a person fallen to subnature is brought
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    • Archai, or Principalities, or Spirits of Personality; of Archangeloi
    • Archai, the Spirits of Personality, were at the human stage, the
    • of Personality we have the Spirits of Form, the Exusiai, who are also
    • of Personality. They constitute the next lower rank in the
    • Should we not expect to find the Spirits of Personality, the
    • should expect to find the Principalities, or Spirits of Personality,
    • Personality, or Principalities, are the same as those called in
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    • Beings whom we call Spirits of Personality, Time-Spirits, Archai.
    • Personality as their servants, and that behind the expression
    • Personality indicated by yom, are active, so also the
    • advanced Spirits of Personality, the Yamim, were given their
    • Personality who reveal themselves not through light, but through
    • Elohim placed the Spirits of Personality as their deputies in charge
    • of Form and the Spirits of Personality, out of advanced Beings and
    • Personality, then the Archangeloi, the Archangels, or Fire-Spirits.
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    • Into this substance the Spirits of Personality worked, and imprinted
    • Personality, Fire-Spirits or Archangels, and Angels — moved and
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    • before him persons whom he has previously known in life. In the Play,
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    • of itself. An inexperienced person often thinks, when confronted with
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    • that were associated with the personality of Jesus.
    • persons themselves bear testimony that they have no intention of
    • personality of Jesus.
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    • thinking of the forcefulness with which a personality like Paul at the
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    • said about all that has been associated with the personality of Jesus
    • personality of Jesus of Nazareth differs from the Buddhist's view of
    • harmonisation of all passions and desires, of all human, personal
    • its start from a super-personal Deed — from the
    • through a physical personality, the physical personality of Jesus of
    • When the individual personal element had passed through death, had
    • personal teaching that works on, but the actual Event that
    • before he was man, before he was a personality in the real sense. The
    • plead to-day: ‘Do not take from us the individual, personal Jesus who
    • instead of him, a super-personal event’ ... they must realise that
    • this personal egoism and realise that they have no right to call
    • non-personal, having nothing to do with any specific creed or
    • that too would be a misunderstanding. Provided personal bias is laid
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    • the great Ideas could light up as examples. These were persons into
    • body. And it was so in the case of many other personalities living at
    • Nazareth, just as there were persons who received replicas of his
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    • the first physical personalities, the primal forebears of mankind, and
    • well as another person at the opposite end. Only those unwilling to
    • — only these persons can declare that what is implied by the
    • Such persons are a distressing sight, as in their dull, prosaic way,
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    • his personality. Everywhere we look to-day, the lights and shadows can
    • personality living about a hundred years before Christ under the name
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    • person we are.
    • We see the relations which we have with a person, but we see them in a
    • remember his own birth. No one can prove his own birth by personal
    • death. Now, the opinion is very prevalent that a person who can look
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    • approached us, she united with our aims not only her whole personality
    • in a rare, objective, quite impersonal manner, both in narrower and
    • You know what an immense task was laid on all those persons helping in
    • feeling that this personality was one of our very best workers. It is
    • proceeded from her personality will presently be recognised, even by
    • that which we have undergone in life from a certain personal
    • past life, not to the personality — this, as time goes on,
    • what the other person felt through the blow. If you have injured
    • existence; and in what relation he will stand to this or that person
    • raised by persons who have not yet fully considered the matter, that
    • If we thus observe individual persons in life we find that they are
    • previous incarnation. There are persons who die in early youth —
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    • wisdom. A personal assimilation arises through our having such a
    • culture. This personal assimilation causes knowledge to become our
    • persons it contacts in life. Our astral body has such a consciousness.
    • should be absolutely aware for instance, that with this or that person
    • we shall have trouble; and this person or the other will be a kind
    • lives of persons who have accomplished something of a very special
    • personal standpoint, yet if we look at it from the standpoint of the
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    • in a time in which nobody could remember any dead person; the dead
    • a dead person contacts a remembrance of himself in the soul of a man
    • indeed, persons here, who go through life with a certain inner
    • practical life. There are persons — and in a certain respect we
    • persons who have a sort of longing, a sort of passion to order their
    • us in quite an easy and popular form. For example, a person has come
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    • by the person to whom this information refers.’ (Hofrat
    • person.) Although Markus Freund even in the final trial exerted his
    • penalty, twenty years' imprisonment. The person concerned (none other
    • ‘Just as the person in question’ (the Hofrat relates this of
    • one and the same person. And as if in confirmation of this idea, silly
    • The author of the novel wrote in the first person, as though many of
    • the things about Hofrat Eysenhardt had been related to him personally,
    • letters, wherein he describes himself in the third person), from that
    • he takes advantage of his position to write in the third person. He
    • the case of some unknown person, and in that way he hoped to get
    • these secret connections become evident to the person in question. And
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    • legendary person, passed the thirteen days between Christmas and the
    • number of persons will organise their lives — in whatever
    • have in their hearts. For instance, a person was told — this
    • reached him in a special form — (this is certainly a personal
    • said that personally, as regards my youthful development, I did not
    • This has no value because of its personal character, but it may serve
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    • living idea. Thirdly, the rose gives pleasure to the person and in
    • after death a person could say that he had no further desire to use
    • the etheric body to be worked into. If one person hypnotises another
    • happens when a person is so strongly attracted to one particular life
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    • plant. When these are disturbed a person cannot hold himself erect or
    • Then the separate organs are conscious and the person begins to see
    • expression in the spinal cord. Then a person perceives the world in
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    • completely illuminated. When a person has advanced to the stage of
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    • of the organs. It can happen that when a person who, through his
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    • transmitted by word of mouth. When a person of those times is
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    • of the Cosmos. Every single person is to be found sketched, as it
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    • person dies his craving for outer objects does not immediately cease,
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    • little difference whether a person takes his stand on Darwinian
    • person in the average cultural environment of our time — meets
    • This sojourn in Kamaloka is not only important for the person in
    • person in a group acts instinctively. The Deva guides the Folk Soul;
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    • longer has as personal possession what the gods had worked into his
    • Let us take the relationship of one person to another. It can be said
    • What a person develops in his present life in the way of soul faculty
    • himself with them. A person who is deeply bound up with what is purely
    • Avitchi. A person who cannot escape from his own separateness goes
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    • quite other personalities made the history of Europe, but seen from
    • Eventually however, quite personal forces appear which draw him back
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    • Everything which a person usually thinks, he thinks about things,
    • And now let us imagine a person whose actions, thoughts and feelings
    • person approaches this only when he is inspired by art, religion or
    • the single personality. They ceased however to be only personal when
    • Then the purely personal, individual Karma passes over into the
    • Thus our life creates around us remains — personal,
    • there is no purely personal speech. Speech belongs to a group. Thought
    • personal manifestation in the different incarnations. An individuality
    • new planet. What a man does for himself personally has significance
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    • footprints, and were to say: ‘Here a person walked’. This spiritual
    • For the ordinary person only those beings are comprehensible who also
    • A person can affect his Karma to the degree in which he himself
    • and Vijnana. These five are the balance of his account: his personal
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    • therefore in the case of the ordinary person is given over to the
    • What clings to the person from that astral body which came with him
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    • came from the person to whom it was directed. This fact holds good for
    • way. When a person in the present stage of civilisation has come so
    • If a person drowsy with sleep meditates and in so doing does not rise
    • person destroys life, this has for him a tremendous significance.
    • never intrudes into a person's freedom; he only relates facts.
    • suicide. It deceives the other person and creates in him a feeling
    • killing. You therefore kill something in a person when through a lie
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    • sheath. Such a person wanders about in astral space. As a rule he does
    • person, we think about something, we exercise an influence on his
    • by the person in question meditating. In that someone occupies himself
    • training in black magic consists in a person becoming accustomed,
    • the human astral body. When a person cuts consciously into a
    • and strengthens the element of separateness in the person who has
    • happens: the person has freed himself from desires, wishes, instincts,
    • person returns most of them have usually disappeared. It may well
    • desires when he is still a simple person, but it is a bad thing if
    • what is merely the shell of a person is his real individuality. Very
    • often what is made known after the death of a person proceeds from
    • person. This was actually the case when the attempt was made to get
    • personality. Thus on the astral plane there are also to be found all
    • Dante might actually be reincarnated as a living personality. It is
    • coming from the previous personality of Dante. The Akasha picture is
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    • and in an extreme case, rebirth as an idiot. When a person during his
    • what the following means: ‘I need no other person in order to know
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    • is created which arises out of nothing. When one personality looks at
    • personality. This memory has come forth out of nothing.
    • another person and observes his appearance. If he were creatively
    • purposeful use of these words a link is formed from one person to
    • in suicide, because then a person is almost exclusively active in the
    • implanted into the astral. When a person perceives how he has been
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    • there will be no more personal possession, everything will be owned in
    • common. One will no longer work for one's personal existence, but will
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    • venerated there were more or less personal-spiritual Divinities.
    • Mysteries. This is the personality who in the Bible is called Abraham.
    • human, in order to found the cult of the personality. This brought
    • about personal attributes in the Jewish patriarchs. Here we have to do
    • knowledge of God in the stars was led over into the personal.
    • knowledge attached to the personal human. This finds its form in the
    • personal element, until eventually this thought incarnated, reaching
    • of the personal is intensified. There is no contradiction between this
    • personal had actually to come to expression in the way described in
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    • melancholic, and choleric. Steiner describes here how each person's
    • the human personality, plays a role in all manifestations of
    • of the human personality.
    • hand, as a person develops from childhood on, we can see unfolding out
    • someday be commonplace to trace a person's inner core to a previous
    • with a person's inherited traits.
    • of the two streams upon a person's entry into the physical world. In
    • when a person lacks blood or is anaemic, in other words, when the
    • further our personal development.
    • to anything other than his own personal pain is the small danger; the
    • personality. If we ourselves are that personality, or if we bring the
    • interest. Only through the medium of love for a personality can the
    • authority. Instead of winning affection by means of personal
    • esteem for a person's worth, just as for the sanguine child it was
    • love for a personality. Outwardly, the choleric child must be
    • formula was love for a personality; for the choleric, it was respect
    • another person's fate, for the phlegmatic child it is to experience
    • Persons of a choleric temperament should purposely put themselves in
    • solve that basic riddle of life, the other person. It is solved not by
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    • abstract, impersonal form, in the converse of which I am now speaking
    • A melancholic person has this particular temperament because he lives
    • to the fact that in such a person the Saturn-forces work with
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    • treating the affected person with schistous mineral substance. For
    • doing any such thing; for the fact that one person deposits more lime
    • for becoming a particularly clever person in his next incarnation, for
    • which his own personality would have no part. Everything has its
    • our earthly-personal existence we are rooted in carbon; with our life
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    • be allowed to refer to something personal, which is, nevertheless, by
    • no means personal to me.
    • striking when we let those personalities work on our souls who can in
    • whom history relates — those personalities we find in the works
    • writer, when desiring to give life and form to the personalities he is
    • Demeter was the personification or symbol of a primal form of the
    • themselves to the work of studying and entering into the personalities
    • movement in Central Europe that we have such a personality among us.
    • that the same person was able to co-operate so successfully in all
    • absolutely independent way in which a human personality is here
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    • the human personality, like the principle of development elsewhere in
    • that the human personality, too, experiences something of this kind;
    • learned as has been done in the case of other personalities. So will
    • has become as unknown a personality as Homer is today. Man's soul then
    • can look out into the external world at these personalities, and see
    • know the initiates insofar as they are great personalities or have
    • personalities, the fact that they had no opportunity to do so on earth
    • the beings. It is a matter of personal preference whether the founder
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    • we experience in our personality, in our individuality. If we did not
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    • initiation, or having already done so, has a personal relation to
    • someone else based on immediate personal feeling and emotion. Let us
    • personal relation between two human beings based on mutual attraction
    • to make investigations about the person toward whom he felt thus
    • the person in question. It would then be practically impossible for
    • personality. Oh, it is indeed necessary, however much one may love,
    • however close a personal attachment one may feel in sensory existence,
    • super-sensible. It may be that one feels a personal attraction such as
    • personality that one would have in sensory existence. Then, before the
    • personality will appear, for instance, that must unavoidably be false.
    • relating to what concerns the immediate personal circle of the
    • religious questions, if with his prejudices and personal feelings he
    • personally prompted propaganda cannot also be an objective occultist!
    • Personality through Whom world initiation, cosmic initiation, has
    • personality of Gautama Buddha this individuality lived for the last
    • worlds. In truth, such personalities are all in a state of fear. They
    • personal scientific conviction. In reality, however, it is their fear
    • the connection of personal karma with the karma of this spiritual
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    • of our own being - 'personified karma.' The next
    • stage of consciousness is one where one sees this personified karma
    • through one person willing this and another that. When in the case of
    • the whole work. We do our half, the other person the other half. Two
    • when a person is asleep, the connection between his ‘I’
    • a person so strengthens his soul that he knows and perceives —
    • for a person when he makes use of the senses and the brain which
    • person to place himself in the position of a spiritual investigator,
    • always affects what a person sees spiritually. It is not the
    • example, a person goes out of his body in order to come in contact
    • with a dead person, this intention affects the whole of his spiritual
    • for the dead person and his destiny, in order to see what he desires
    • — and the person then feels his connection with the dead. Thus
    • otherwise — it appears as our ‘personified karma.’
    • Before us stands our karma personified. When we see this we know:
    • depressing. For instance, one sees the whole of this personified fate
    • example a person has exercised his muscles so that they have taken
    • a person inwardly experiences his astral body he knows that he is one
    • Suppose a person goes for a walk
    • thinking. For when a person accepts what has just been described as
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    • If a person leaves his body in
    • has to offer, which, in one person is but dim religious ideas, in
    • is always before us. Here on earth a person may be irreligious,
    • that when a person enters
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    • Munich that if a person were to experience thoughts just as they are,
    • is. The result is that however profoundly a person may enter into his
    • regarding what is contained in our feeling and will. A person may say
    • ideas!’ A person who says this has never formed any idea as to
    • perceive with our senses: a person who accepts religious ideas fills
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    • person wants to know and understand the spiritual worlds — and
    • existence, being. One might say that the more unspiritual a person
    • spiritual world. A person may be a fool in the sense-world, but
    • a person, when met with after his death, one sees wisdom stream
    • Let us suppose that a person
    • appears in one who takes up Spiritual Science. A person who performs
    • understand Spiritual Science — such a person may perhaps not be
    • example, a person may be unskilled; but if he takes up Spiritual
    • Spiritual Science according to the necessities of karma. A person may
    • which approaches a person in such or such a way and has a weakening
    • disappearing, but they run somewhat as follows. A certain person
    • a person is able to know everything, it is all round about him. The
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    • When a person passes the portal
    • physical plane, a person has naturally the idea that he has left on
    • the point of view taken by the dead person when he has passed through
    • the inner being of the person who has died, his human soul nature,
    • rebirth commences, we might say that the person who has passed the
    • soul, we should have to say that up to his death a person has lived
    • globe as a firmament above us. Now when a person has passed the
    • be that a person can scarcely keep awake one night without tiredness
    • of the person we have left behind, for they are expressed in living
    • inner life of this person than we had with him in the physical world;
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    • in that person's next incarnation, he has more will and more character
    • When a person fills himself more
    • opposite to our lie. Our relation to this person to whom we have lied
    • us to say: ‘Thou must meet this person again on the earth below
    • once more this person will again appear to call forth the torment of
    • that time I had to protect myself. I have thereby made this person a
    • through one person or another might, through what they now do on the
    • Let us take the case of a person who through illness dies earlier
    • strengthening them. Such a person is in the position so to use, after
    • this and naturally it would be the greatest folly if a person were to
    • to explain it. I also referred there to the case where a person meets
    • spiritual investigation into many cases, that if a person dies a
    • worlds. Before such a person can see the matter quite clearly, he has
    • understanding of the spiritual worlds. A person living between death
    • life. These different points of view confront a person, when
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    • encounter another person, we should be impelled by this experience to
    • theorists. The only way is to seek for direct personal contact with
    • experienced, we can turn out attention to the persons who have
    • nature of each of these persons, in place of our own. After a time we
    • contribution which other persons, perhaps long dead or far distant,
    • establishes a personal relationship with him, an imagination of the
    • hidden from a person who pays attention only to himself, who seeks
    • can be understood by the soul of another person who in old age
    • child becomes — but to the other person who from a later
    • can lead to a deeper grasp of the social problem. As persons marked
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    • springs from the most individual source, from personal circumstances
    • Fundamentally, it is personal interest — an interest arising
    • person — quite understandably — to seek in spiritual life
    • up against personal claims, personal wishes. In the economic sphere,
    • derived from personal desires, comes to expression —
    • so. My wish is simply to bring out the facts. For those persons who
    • — must come from ourselves. Any person who is normally healthy
    • during his life here on earth. I am born a prejudiced person, and
    • person; only through being reborn into an all-embracing feeling of
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    • man's personal life only; now He must be brought into social
    • atheist.” This type of self-contradicting person, even though
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    • others. No open-minded person, examining the phenomena of colour in
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    • with another person and he says something you yourself have just
    • word. The other person says, “he writes”, but this does
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 1: The World Behind the Tapestry of Sense-perceptions. Ecstasy and Mystical Experience.
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    • deserved. — Such persons, if they deepen their different
    • this is interconnected. The joy in the outer world felt by one person
    • what is experienced by a person in ecstasy, when he is given over to a
    • should be able to say that the person in ecstasy may derive from his
    • illusions or realities is at the moment beside the point. The person
    • in the light of the experiences of the other. If a normal person were
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 2: Sleeping and Waking Life in Relation to the Planets
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  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 5: The Egyptian Mysteries of Osiris and Isis
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    • personal self-consciousness of this present incarnation, this present
    • different personality. He must be capable of regarding himself as some
    • personalities, as if he has brought an additional one with him from
    • the spiritual world into his present personality. This gives rise to
    • personality, he must take him back once again over the path already
    • third personality who is included in the two preceding personalities.
    • age of civilisation. Then he finds that as an earlier personality he
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 6: Experiences of Initiation in the Northern Mysteries
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    • remembrance of the personal faults inhering in the character during
    • life. What arises here as a painful remembrance of personal faults is
    • or less conscious at the moment of going to sleep. But a person who
    • Personality), then Archangels and Angels. The tenth category is Man
    • the Spirits of Personality (Archai) or with other Beings — and
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 7: The Four Spheres of the Higher Worlds
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    • trying to picture how our present personality has been produced, it
    • another person, then we are on the right path. Now what is it that
    • person, if he holds a contrary opinion, is wrong. This is what happens
    • train ourselves by saying: ‘I have this opinion, the other person
    • opinions and feelings connected with our personality and most people
    • personally in the spiritual worlds without the vision of the seer, a
    • attention of a person who tells him of innumerable things that make
    • thrown into utter confusion; but if a person is helped to understand
    • overstep. Whenever a person uses this little word “one” in
    • limits of knowledge shows himself to be a person who is incapable of
    • person who now, as a melancholic type, represents the element of
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    • personal opinions, wishes, desires and passions from his higher life,
    • beautiful, the true, the good, even when we are not personally
    • contradicts the other. Yet we may find that two persons in exactly the
    • own standpoint. For example, one person may say: I have been in such
    • the two may be right. The first person was a robust, healthy
    • reaction in the world when anyone sets aside his personal point of
    • by anyone who sets aside his own opinion and personality and enters
    • inevitable in the higher worlds if we enter them with personal
    • consciousness a person stands at a certain place and knows that in
    • must be able to leave his ordinary personality behind, to go out of
    • person. This must become an actual experience; it is attainable in the
    • surrender of our own personality. We become more and more intensely
    • the fault of a person who clothes allegedly spiritual truths in
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    • he cannot get very far. Another person discovers that a result
    • world. The one person does it by constructing all sorts of
    • illustration. Imagine a person living in a semi-sleeping state
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    • personal remark — the way in
    • forward. And through being personally acquainted
    • personally and in correspondence. I tried to show the
    • a rather personal way in the February number of the second year
    • person has been able to notice it. What is therefore necessary
    • easily. The kind of person who can tackle a situation, not by
    • example, that I describe how the sudden death of a person has
    • gives the investigator quite different problems from the person
    • world of our unconscious sleep. When a person is deep in
    • thought they were very much more clever. They said: This person
    • Oliver Lodge, however, is a person who describes the
    • In the case of a famous person there are always ways and
    • literature we can only be surprised that such a person as Sir
    • up in a refined form into the consciousness enabling a person
    • just as the other person foresaw his falling off a horse. This
    • person, we have to do it with the methods of the science of
    • not do it by allowing a dead person to speak through a
    • the real artist or the soul of a person receptive to real art.
    • seer, the person who perceives the super-sensible
    • Let us assume that as a forty year old person or younger,
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    • person does today, whether in reading or whether
    • person cannot help seeing how dependent on this technology is
    • other things without preparation. Today every educated person
    • speed,” this ordinary person
    • time; it simply depends on the inner destiny of the person, but
    • sleeping person would if he could —
    • following: A person who is sleeping has a desire which is both
    • perceiving how we become a new person each day. For each
    • day are we not fundamentally a different person? Life drives us
    • nice thoughts and ideas. But a person who has to leave the
    • modern person. Those who speak of the Science of the Spirit as
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    • carried out by a person with religious, reverential inclinations towards
    • stem from the personal opinions of individuals.
    • subjective development of the human soul, leading to personal vision
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    • that is unavoidable. One person may say, ‘This will evoke the
    • man, just as a person's thoughts, his sorrows and cares, lie
    • the souls of men more and more as a direct personal experience from
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    • person. This feeling, Steiner says, will become the most important
    • Cusanus was a person who is in some respects extremely difficult for
    • community of the Brethren of the Common Life, persons were gathered
    • Thus Cusanus is the man who in his own personal development
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    • person. This feeling, Steiner says, will become the most important
    • subject that is within a person and the object without. Nature
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    • person. This feeling, Steiner says, will become the most important
    • side in space, although certain academic persons have accused
    • let thoughts shoot through my head. The whole person can take on a
    • is no great mystery here. It is only what a person would have
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    • person. This feeling, Steiner says, will become the most important
    • life, it actually happens seldom that a person fully penetrates
    • understood by the simplest person, because there they are always
    • that at the starting point of modern science the very person who was
    • it in a personal sphere. Newton at first proceeded from a purely
    • cannot be learned by a person who is unwilling to examine the corpse.
    • Let me close with a somewhat personal remark.
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    • person. This feeling, Steiner says, will become the most important
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    • person. This feeling, Steiner says, will become the most important
    • spirit, when it is awake in a person, must forget itself and devote
    • draft of air is not a normal person but a neurasthenic. But they
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    • person. This feeling, Steiner says, will become the most important
    • person who weighs as much as you do. Imagine that you carry this
    • person a certain distance. You will consciously experience his
    • person because you can feel what it is like to be in such a position,
    • another person moving over a given area, it makes no difference for
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    • person. This feeling, Steiner says, will become the most important
    • person speaks about thinking, that he speaks as if this thinking were
    • down through the generations. What was the situation of a person like
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    • person. This feeling, Steiner says, will become the most important
    • person, you know nothing about him. But if you know that he has a
    • example, a twenty-five year old person need not only be observed in
    • A single person might accomplish this if a human life spanned six
    • feeling, almost akin to one of pain over the death of a person. If
    • a person is dying and one sees the living organism turn into a
    • a person who first lets all knowledge of the preset, as inaugurated
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    • the one of today are the same sort of thing. If a person came to such
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    • themselves able to study the subject, the idea that a person cannot
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    • the possibility imaginable, at least, that a person could mechanically
    • person would not speak at all but simply think about it and thus
    • have no meaning for a person whether he were born in Moscow or Vienna.
    • terrestrial-empirical person, I am quite completely a product of space
    • persons if you had been born 20 years earlier. That is to say, your
    • it. Thus as experiencing persons, you stand within time and space. And
    • experiences in this region, since a person must so transform himself
    • The moment a person advances somewhat from imaginative to
    • seductive, the things a person can observe in his own activity appear
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    • the 19th century. The first person to call attention to
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    • consider light merely as ether vibrations. A person thus passes from
    • person who likes clear concepts. For the explanation of the rainbow is
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    • itself. It is only necessary for a person to extend the thought
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    • person success can be attained after a few weeks, with another only
    • organism itself attains to a personal experience of a relationship
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    • flesh in the person of the man Jesus.
    • as a Being from outside the earth, assumed mortal shape in the person
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    • their buildings, satisfied their personal needs. Then think of our modern
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    • for the spiritual worlds. A person may look more handsome when he has
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    • evolved personality such, for example, as Schiller. The one has achieved
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    • experiences everything that the other person experienced; he is literally
    • experiences exactly what the other person felt as the result of his
    • us. What we feel personally in physical life is experienced in yonder
    • Thus, the importance of our personal joy and suffering for the totality
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture V: The Physical World as an Expression of Spiritual Forces and Beings
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  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture VI: The Configuration and Metamorphoses of Man's Physical Body
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    • Beginnings, or Spirits of Personality. They passed through their
    • a footing in him; it was these Spirits of Personality who endowed the
    • Through the influence of the Spirits of Personality, man's body was
    • endowed with the germinal capacity to develop as a free personality
    • the Spirits of Personality who inhabit Saturn during their human epoch
    • were to be found on Old Sun? Certain Spirits of Personality had not
    • beings who had reached the stage of Spirits of Personality, (i.e., the
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture VIII: Stages in the Evolution of our Earth. Lemurian, Atlantean, Post-Atlantean Epochs.
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  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture IX: Man's Experience after Death
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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
    • body. Those who follow the course of Christianity know that the personality
    • personal identity. His higher self continued to exist in the ties of
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture X: On Karma, Reincarnation and Initiation
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    • deeds. A person who radiates much love in one life will, in another,
    • person who harbors many feelings of hatred in one life will age prematurely
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    • personality of modern times, how he tried to carry out the
    • the teaching and views of Theosophy. This personality is none other
    • into the personality, so that the divine world lives anew within. The
    • light from above, and the light that comes from the personal, shine
    • It is a personal note of Goethe's when he causes the silver
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    • speak of a trinity, of a threefold Divine Person, but solely of a
    • descend into a personality, the festival celebrating the birth of the
    • personality, and the Trinity, which previously was thought of
    • Persons. Christ had now become a Person, thus proving that the Divine
    • present in all other religions — but with a human personality who at
    • the same time must be revered as a Divine Personality. Herein is to be
    • the word but considers the personality. The conviction prevailed that
    • descended right down into the personality. Previously, Holiness was
    • has dwelled among men, that it has become Personality, however, was
    • comprehension of the real personality of Christ by those who knew this
    • mystery. The personality of Christ is comprehensively described, for
    • setting. The Christ as personality is firmly implanted within mankind
    • thinking, feeling and willing lies in the individual personality of
    • question of doctrine, but rather of the Personality of Christ. This
    • person on earth, and now this Personality has descended even further
  • Title: Signs and Symbols: Lecture 2: The Christmas Festival as a Symbol of the Sun Victory
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    • the individual personal life of a man, so the winter solstice was
    • often mentioned how marvelous it is for the person who, through an
    • construction of this organ. Such a person must then come to realize
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    • which, in the great Mysteries, was celebrated by those personalities
  • Title: Lecture 1: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • individual plants, animals, minerals, peoples, persons — so can
    • degree. One ought not simply to say that only a person who has gone
  • Title: Lecture 3: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • something to that other person; but he does not on that account become
    • something into the other person, something which makes one fuller
    • spiritually and rules invisibly, instigating us to impersonal actions
    • and impersonal thinking and feeling, when we see this, we have there
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    • “When they express an opinion, it is not their personal will
    • impersonal.” They make upon us the impression that their wisdom
    • is impersonal, and is the blossom and fruit of a mature life. Such
    • persons call forth in us a feeling, though but a faint one, of what
    • Hierarchy. For this we must turn to the life of special persons who,
    • from his most impersonal life wisdom, that out of this most impersonal
    • experience of life; we find that even in such persons nothing in
    • systems, just as individual persons agree together, deliberate with
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    • We have seen that in such a personality as the Buddha, there is a
    • it had a comprehension of the necessary renunciation of personal
    • the East or from the West, whether borne by this or that personal
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    • the whole person. There it says, “I remove every sickness from out
    • personal property and possessions. If we were to go back to ancient
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    • them in water. When a person is about to drown, the connection of the
    • was a rare personality. The majority of the people had become beggars
    • developed himself in his rational soul, he can perceive the person
    • same whether a person lives in the physical world here on earth or has
    • this, our earth, without reason. If, however, a person fails to
  • Title: Three Paths: Lecture I: The Path through the Gospels and The Path of Inner Experience
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    • personal connections with what is recounted in the Gospels, and the
    • land, a curse of the world, that persons between seven and fourteen
    • opinions. The grown persons would have been the natural authorities
    • out of a dim feeling — he would feel that in the personality, in
    • emancipated itself.” If such a person can only feel strongly that
  • Title: Three Paths: Lecture II: The Path of Initiation
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    • inner experience, has lived through the personal Christ-experience
    • lived a personality who really belonged to no nation, least of all to
    • there lived in this personality that impulse, that force of the
    • the personality of Jesus of Nazareth, that which was not previously
    • personality of Jesus of Nazareth, that which in this personality went
    • from a fact, from an event, not from a personality. This will be
    • earth, no ordinary human or other death. Persons who do not yet
    • not allotted to me through an impersonal power, this destiny is
    • But Christianity does not look upon the Christ as a personality, as
    • only brings about discords. Not from a personality does the Christian
    • initiation proceed, but from a fact, from an impersonal act of the
    • initiation should, according to its whole nature, work impersonally.
    • Everything personal should be excluded therefrom; for the personal has
    • personality of the first order until one hundred years have passed
    • has become the objective property of mankind. Thus everything personal
    • is excluded. Never will it be possible to point to a personality in an
    • years after the death of such a personality would this be possible.
    • Never will a Rosicrucian brother point to a living personality as a
    • to point to a personality who will come or who is already present. On
    • the contrary, a person who was a bearer of the Christian mystery, of
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    • to Savonarola's personality could urge us to say these links
    • through during this time. One could, if one was such a person
    • spiritual-scientifically striving person should learn from this
  • Title: Lecture: Waking of the Human Soul and the Forming of Destiny: Lecture I
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    • In the same sense it is to be observed that those persons fall victims
    • idealism in thinking has for association with the Angels. The person
    • who is able, when addressing his words to another person, to stream
    • of the other person, which does not pass by the other person but
    • other person likewise as a spiritual being. It is out of action based
    • souls of the present time — at least as to most persons —
    • everything. Very materialistic persons do not possess out of the
    • crippled person if you do not possess the right relation with the
    • he has then woven he himself begins to see. What a person is, comes to
    • which the person receives from the second group of the hierarchies.
    • These stream into this person, as an additional, more impersonal
    • destiny is connected with what the person is in relation with the
    • personal destiny is expressed, we receive from the Archai, out of
    • cosmic order. In this way one understands, not only the single person,
  • Title: Lecture: Waking of the Human Soul and the Forming of Destiny: Lecture II
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    • he creates with his brain. This is just as clever as if a person
    • person he can say also that abstract thinking such as we have at the
    • person. This awareness of human thinking, which is the residue of a
    • pre-earthly existence. And these persons related themselves to the
    • mention was made to these persons by initiates — who were at that
    • although only by means of spiritual research — with persons even
    • can be accomplished. What had been thought by those persons in the
    • in that living form as it was conceived by many persons during the
    • “This cannot be a picture of the same person” — thus
    • would it have appeared to persons of the first Christian centuries if
    • thing of all, no history can come into existence. Even if a person has
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    • intellectualism, impersonal social routine, and rampant egotism. While
    • his fellow-men. If somebody says something, the other person does not
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    • intellectualism, impersonal social routine, and rampant egotism. While
    • they really do not want to be there at all in person — only
    • be got from the world without personal activity. But then a strange
    • was still able to hand on, saying: “The other person over there
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    • intellectualism, impersonal social routine, and rampant egotism. While
    • these lectures. This personality who was a good disciple of
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    • intellectualism, impersonal social routine, and rampant egotism. While
    • represents an experience of real tragedy. Nietzsche was a personality
    • was not a personality to shut himself off from the general culture.
    • personality. For this reason every individual has the right to ask of
    • of you personally, but if it does hurt — well, I cannot help
    • person today acknowledges the condition of his own soul, he can only
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    • intellectualism, impersonal social routine, and rampant egotism. While
    • seen dimly, confusedly in the personality of Paracelsus who has been,
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    • intellectualism, impersonal social routine, and rampant egotism. While
    • strive for a personal ideal.
    • platform and when he left it he was no longer the same person. He
    • it can be described. Everyone knows what remembrance, personal
    • personal remembrance in the rigid way we do, where the idea I have
    • personal remembrance flowed into each other indistinguishably. That
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    • intellectualism, impersonal social routine, and rampant egotism. While
    • the Middle East outstanding spiritual personalities were concerned
    • thoughts we find personalities in whom were reincarnated souls whose
    • this connection it is significant to bring to mind a personality
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    • intellectualism, impersonal social routine, and rampant egotism. While
    • teaching quite apart from the personality of the teacher. We drag in
    • machines, in order that the teaching may be as impersonal as
    • possible. We try to separate it entirely from the personal. Such a
    • entirely apart from the personal only leads to the worst sides of the
    • was an extraordinary personality who held a quite irregular diploma.
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    • intellectualism, impersonal social routine, and rampant egotism. While
    • to strengthen his ego, begins to be dependent on an older person in
    • young person said to himself: The old man with his snow-white hair
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    • intellectualism, impersonal social routine, and rampant egotism. While
    • different person. It is the ideal of science that everyone should be
    • personal relation of the child to the man who is alive and active
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    • intellectualism, impersonal social routine, and rampant egotism. While
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture I: The Power and Mission of Michael
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    • Anthroposophic Press, New York.} It is impossible to link personal
    • ourselves from merely personal interests. Moreover, we will gain an
    • understanding for the purpose and value of personality in the world if
    • we have freed ourselves from the personal element in its narrower
    • Thus we must emphasize the fact that if a person wishes to conceive of
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    • you direct your attention to the impersonal element of present-day
    • human intelligence. You know that we human beings have many personal
    • personal affair. You cannot suddenly resolve to decide in a personal
    • gain any relation to the Christ impulse other than a personal one.
    • Nobody can interfere with another person's way of relating himself to
    • the Christ. This is an entirely personal matter. But through the fact
    • from one another, make the Christ impulse their personal affair: the
    • yet is a personal matter for every individual human being.
    • Intelligence is not a personal affair.
    • Ahriman's constant endeavor to insert the personal element into the
    • the personal element is concealed in our desire-nature, our human
    • the personal element is introduced into our wishing, into our willing.
    • way that a person who met you could not see you but only the scraps of
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture IV: The Culture of the Mysteries and the Michael Impulse.
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    • initiation were admitted by great leading personalities. The knowledge
    • My dear friends, the person who earnestly applies to his own soul the
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    • Wisdom was considered the fundamental attribute of the Divine Being. The concept of Omnipotence only gradually penetrated the idea of the Divine Being, from the fourth century onward. It continued to develop. The concept of personality was abandoned and the predicate was transmitted to the mere order of nature, which is conceived of more and more mechanically. And the modern concept of the necessity of nature, the omnipotence of nature, is nothing but the result of the evolution of the concept of God from the fourth to the sixteenth century. Only, the qualities of personality were abandoned and that which constituted the concept of God was taken over into the structure of thinking about nature.
    • Personality or Time Spirits, were in the Saturn state at the stage of
    • Archai, as Spirits of Personality, was man during the Saturn
    • For the person who takes spiritual research truly seriously this is a
  • Title: Lecture: Signs of the Times: Michaels Battle and Its Reflection On Earth -- I
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    • the personal in man, which, from a certain point of view, will furnish
    • is this history? Any well-informed person who is acquainted with the
    • certainly was not an insignificant personality, propounded as his
    • individual dead person. The human being must, however, acquire a
    • actual and secure relation with the dead person. He must acquire a
    • different from what we expect. When I confront the dead person, he
    • to hearing what the other person says as sounding out of the spiritual
    • influence over others by means of personal magnetism or by
    • able to say that he succeeded through his personal influence in making
    • lead us to a relation with a dead person at the moment of falling
    • him with certain personalities who have now passed through the portal
    • personalities. And the thoughts which we connect with our conception
    • of the departed personalities may produce an actual intercourse with
    • suited to pass over to the dead. If we remember the dead person in
    • will remain and stream over to the dead person at the moment of our
    • person over a deceased child, one will find it something quite
    • person has died. Although human beings do not know it, these inner
    • might say: If a young person dies we are possessed by the pain from
    • It is different when we mourn an older person who has left us. There a
    • considerations to the dead themselves. Since the relation to a person
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    • this existence. If the dead person is present in a materialistically
    • And again, I told you: If an older person is torn from his family, he
    • sentient thought which arises in a person when he enjoys or creates an
    • is to the sensation a person has (who is of course unconscious of
    • In contrast to this, we can do something else, and many a person does
    • pathological one. We can only conceive of the Christ Jesus as a person
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    • person runs along the middle of the street in front of horses,
    • tyrannical power over her environment. A reasonable person
    • the personal or individual subconsciousness. This is the first
    • the second is the superpersonal subconsciousness. He
    • neither in the personality nor in the matter of the outside
    • super-personal subconscious. The doctors try to divert this
    • people, all but their heads! Such a half-cured person goes
    • connected with the superpersonal unconscious; but for God's
    • present personal life, but far-back connections with all sorts
    • superpersonal unconscious, not the personal.) “As I
    • personality of the physician from these projections, then every
    • Here begin the super-personal but definite influences, not
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    • see with what a grand superficiality such a person works. Here
    • lecturers, and speaking in the first person. It would be
    • the physical plane in his personal relations with Richard
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    • sphere of our personality. Therefore when the clairvoyant
    • It pleases the person in question. In the subconsciousness,
    • something outside the personality. The vision pretends to say:
    • life of another person. How shall we learn to distinguish the
    • things cannot really succeed for a careless, lazy person to the
    • ourselves are stupid, then we conceive a person who is
    • person acquires in this way a feeling of his connection with
    • one — our own personal part — and have the other
    • the case in the devachanic world. To the person who has
    • further development of this personality is brought about in
    • certain spiritual beings avoid a personality who gives out the
    • sunlight. A vain person cannot thrive. He will grow up with
    • have no right to treat the ugly person as if he must be
    • carefully worked out personal possession of the means and
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    • will be a number of persons who experience this working of
    • kind of bond establishes itself between this person and the one
    • still living in this world. It may be that the person in this
    • that the living person who experiences it knows certain things,
    • described above. (See diagram b–c). Whether the person in
    • happen, for example, that such a person sees nothing beyond
    • personality only that which he has developed into vision and
    • forces that may issue from a dead person follow the same
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    • it were, divide human beings into categories. Each person can still
    • single person come to the foreground more and more.
    • individualities — or we could also say personalities — in
    • exists, why does a person not remember the former incarnations? That
    • character of complete impersonality. Whoever will experience the true
    • personal, i.e., anything of his own peculiar sympathies and
    • the Christ related to the Orient?” when from a personal
    • personal opinion, but lets facts alone speak in this sphere.
    • That person in whom anthroposophical wisdom appears must be
    • etheric or life-body. Whereas a person should exert himself to come to
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    • said about the Gospels, with various applications to the personal life
    • form a perception of what the individual person can have from the four
  • Title: The Ego: Lecture 3
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    • round the personality of Jesus of Nazareth, of the Solomon and Nathan
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    • revelation of certain historical personalities, we shall
    • — “Unless a person knows how to value aright those
    • Now, I should like to-day, to take a personality out of the
    • personalities more characteristic of the World-Conceptions of
    • characteristic personality in the Western life of thought, St.
    • a person can gain from this Sense-world and his experiences
    • way in which persons think of the external perceptible world,
    • the person who has to utter them at a certain period of time in
    • person boldly admits, as did St. Augustine, that you can only
    • time a person to-day passes into the unconsciousness of sleep,
    • were those persons throughout the whole 4th Post-Atlantean ago
    • who, from their personal experiences knew that there existed a
    • of freedom; we should not even be personalities, we should
    • personalities and especially free personalities, because from
    • so we will take certain personalities characteristic of our 5th
    • of those persons in whom a certain tendency was developed which
    • in St. Augustine a personality who, with all the means which
    • and also in Auguste Comte, we see personalities who are led
    • life. These persons do not know how, perhaps not quite
    • point in Realism, and then a personality such as Schelling who
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    • nature wean feel ourselves to be free persons.
    • cannot say that we behold ourselves as personalities; that we
    • individuals. We feel ourselves as personalities because
    • would at once cease to feel yourselves as personal beings if
    • personalities. his feeling of inner freedom is what comes
    • Personality into the whole human stream of evolution, (and
    • Personality, in the 20th Century.” The fact does not
    • personality can only be real as Personality,
    • if the physical body brought about our personality. Anyone who
    • thinks that his physical body brings about his personality is
    • subject to the same deception us a person would be, who
    • individual persons
    • that he could feel: “I am an individual person, am not
    • himself but realise himself as a free personality not bound up
    • comes. The great Being, the last person in his trinity, is
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    • human egotism, of men's personal interests. Starting from the earliest
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    • Siegfried is acknowledged to be a personality out of the ordinary.
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    • and Rome, the sub-race of Personality. The fifth sub-race is
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture I: Occult Signs and Symbols
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    • only within, because when a person moves, for instance, the currents
    • has an ego. The more highly educated person can be distinguished from
    • always present. This is the way all those persons have proceeded who
    • may be said that the person is in devachan. These tones are of a
    • evolution, seeing was quite different. When one person approached
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    • soul, and when a person moved among such things, soul forces streamed
    • leads the person in a certain direction. The spiritual scientist
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    • The first seal presents a person clad in white, his feet of
  • Title: Spiritual Hierarchies: Lecture 2
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    • personal importance for this man, but also that he works either at
  • Title: Spiritual Hierarchies: Lecture 3
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    • development, are called the Spirits of Personality, Archai, or
    • the Sun, and the Archai, or spirits of personality did the same on
    • or Spirits of Personality. Whilst these beings in accordance with
    • Saturn on which the Archai or Spirits of Personality passed through
    • Spirits of Personality, passed through their human stage in quite
    • Personality, had to build his body out of warmth. I told you
    • many different experiences so did the Spirits of Personality grow up
    • Personality to incarnate. Whilst they are incarnating that which we
    • bodies of the Spirits of Personality, and it was precisely through
    • their inner warmth that the Spirits of Personality built the external
    • hatched. The Spirits of Personality, or Archai (they are also called
    • Personality to transmute external warmth into inner warmth. The
    • fact, the Spirits of Personality were continually producing these
    • Personality. Therefore, they compared the life of this planet to an
    • Now let us suppose that all those Spirits of Personality on ancient
    • Spirits of Personality better to draw in again only a part of that
    • Spirits of Personality left some of that out-breathed warmth to take
    • from the objects around me. The Spirits of Personality would have
    • Spirit of Personality, became Egos, attained consciousness of self,
    • course, the Spirits of Personality were not in a position to allow
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    • Gita. Remember it has been said that if the Spirits of Personality in
    • of Personality impressed their mark on the whole of Saturn in a much
    • What is the power that rules in the Spirits of Personality on ancient
    • power of thought. For in reality, the Spirits of Personality did
    • conception in the Spirits of Personality which has, however, a much
    • world. On ancient Saturn the Spirits of Personality were powerful
    • Personality which caused the residue of ancient Saturn to be left
    • of Personality built those egg forms through their thought power.
    • those eggs can be taken. The Spirits of Personality, those primeval
    • undifferentiated warmth, the fire itself. The spirits of Personality
    • and whence, before all others do the Spirits of Personality, get that
    • will be able to give just that which the Spirits of Personality had
    • We have to regard the life of the Spirits of Personality on Saturn in
    • such a way, that these Spirits of Personality or Archai actually
    • imparted personality, Ego-consciousness to the warmth. The substance
    • Personality had the power to give form to the substance of warmth,
    • than the Archai or Spirits of Personality. To their share fell the
    • task of helping the Spirits of Personality. We can form an idea of
    • Spirits of Personality — Archai. These Beings belong to the
    • immediately above the Spirits of Personality. There are intermediate
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    • have spoken of them before) the Spirits of Personality, the
  • Title: Spiritual Hierarchies: Lecture 6
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    • Fire, and the primeval Beginnings, spirits of Personality.
    • Each man is a personality in each incarnation, and over each man a
    • Personality, primeval beginnings, primeval forces, or Archai. These
    • Primeval Beginnings or Spirits of Personality. It is to these Spirits
    • of Personality that one has to ascribe the fact that within certain
    • epochs, certain definite personalities appear on our earth. You
    • earthly personalities; in a definite epoch, some epoch-making
    • personality has had to appear. A strange muddle would come into the
    • development. This is regulated by the Spirits of Personality, the
    • masses of humanity, and by the Spirits of Personality for the whole
    • sign of Venus. The realm of the Spirits of Personality or Archai
    • Personality, and lastly up to the Sun is the realm of the Exusiai or
    • Spirits of Personality, up to the Sun the Powers, as far as to Mars
    • the grown-up person. The latter teaches the small child. It is the
    • Personality. Such Beings walked the earth as men, being outwardly
    • limited to narrow human personalities, but who with their mighty
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    • Primeval Beginnings or Spirits of Personality. Here below, we can
    • It is specially in the Archai or Spirits or Personality that the
    • These Spirits of Personality have a realm which reaches up to the
    • Personality. When he directs his clairvoyant vision to Venus so as
    • there to observe the assembly of the spirits of Personality, and then
    • lightning the reflection of the Spirits of Personality, for in it
    • Personality. Because that man of ancient Lemuria moved about with a
    • their companions externally; but because a Spirit of Personality was
    • Personality had descended. No speech was needed — for there was
    • such a Spirit of Personality was there, sufficed. And when it was
    • Thus the Spirits of Personality came down to earth, as Spirits of
    • the figure of the inspiring Archangel. Such a personality was of a
    • Personality ensouled the physical. body; in the Atlantean times the
    • to be. They were personalities in whom an Angel dwelt and gave what
    • Spirits of Personality did speak through human entities in the
    • Atlantean times, who were penetrated by a Spirit of Personality down
    • through whom in Lemuria the Spirits of Personality spoke. Thus it was
    • Spirit of Personality — and who were the external incarnation
    • the spirit of the Eastern Teaching such personalities received
    • particular names. Thus a personality who outwardly resembles a man of
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    • Spirits of Personality were passing through their human stage of
    • higher than their highest point, leading personalities have to give
    • definite point of time the guiding personalities have themselves to
    • personalities who have to perform certain tasks in the world. Thus
    • personalities of later days have woven into them, organised into
    • yore. You see that when this happens the personality of olden times
    • do now, as a person in the outer world, but, I will penetrate the
    • civilisation has its beginning.’ Such a personality has a body,
    • Spirits of Personality were men on Saturn; that even the Thrones must
    • of Personality on ancient Saturn, the Angels on the ancient Moon, we
    • which was experienced on Saturn by the Spirits of Personality, the
    • the Spirits of Personality were on the Saturn, the Fire Spirits or
    • Personality are incapable? Has the whole of Creation learnt something
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    • could the Spirits of Personality, nor could the Spirits of Fire. For,
    • until he, Paul, had his own personal occult experience of the fact
    • the Spirits of Personality, from the Fire Spirits the Archangels and
    • Personality. Man had a completely new mission to fulfil in the world,
    • Spirits of Personality also cannot fail, cannot, through their own
    • decision of Divinity. We come then to the Spirits of Personality, to
  • Title: The East in the Light of the West: Lecture II
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    • requisite for a person who wants to become clairvoyant in order to
    • speaking into his ego. And the difference between a normal person of
    • astral body and the ego of the normal person are in a certain way
    • organs are of a different kind. Thus the first task which the person
    • thing necessary. Let us suppose that a person has progressed so far
    • Such a person would then have an astral body different from that of
    • an ordinary person since he would have an organised astral body. He
    • at night the astral body and ego of normal persons still have these
    • The ordinary person living a normal life surrenders himself from morning
    • the path to higher knowledge a person strongly influences his soul,
    • responsibility, which the person who gives such exercises to his
    • become the victim of a stupendous delusion. Such a person would wish
    • personality. The moment this is experienced one can say to oneself:
    • Now you have become something like two personalities, you are like a
    • second personality, which has emerged from the first, is the first
    • old personality, and yet feel free and mobile within it. The analogy
    • second great experience is that this second personality which now
    • this first personality, of stepping out of it. This experience
    • later, when a person has had this experience, when he has confronted
    • in which a person was sitting must have been passing that way. I
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    • personage who lived in a comparatively ancient period of Greek
    • super-sensible consciousness, without definite personal knowledge.
    • his life and call him Muller. He is the same person who thirty years
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    • things which a less developed person also sees, so when the Greek
    • account of their personal egoism, and because they still feel
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    • Eckhart add other similar personalities with their inner mystical
    • the only cause, because the effect upon one person is different from
    • the experience caused by personal contact with an external object
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    • kind. Many such persons even if they have not advanced to occult
    • even in the naming of the gods. When a person belonging to the old
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    • unintelligible to persons who encounter them for the first time, for they
    • wholly or in part in other human personalities. Such incarnations are
    • the Bodhisattva stood as a part of that Being who is the personified
    • Bodhisattva in the personality who was Jesus of Nazareth. During the
    • lightning that is quite near the earth. And in the person of Jesus of
    • personalities in the West. It was guided there by a Being who once
    • personalities of the fourth century after Christ. In this figurative
    • development is expressed. Manes called these persons together to
    • were the personalities brought together by Manes in that memorable
    • witnessed by spiritual sight.) He called together the personality in
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    • there was such a person as Frederick the Great. Formally there is no
    • believe that there was a person with the attributes set forth. The
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    • dissociate our personality from the question of whether an act is
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    • undeveloped, obtuse person with few conceptions is less bored; he has
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    • personalities in question. Try to sense the profound difference
    • corporeality. It is a fact that something a person has experienced at
    • person's conceptions to his consciousness and thus call forth
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    • like proof of the existence of the spirit that will satisfy our personal
    • evidence of the existence of the spirit, in so far as our personal
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    • they are, but of what we see in them. Let us suppose a person to be
    • determined, rightly or wrongly, by the person's own qualities. What
    • split in his personality. Often during the transition stages he will
    • phenomenon that people hold high opinions of themselves, and a person
    • injury. A genuine personal reason for taking the world to task never
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    • personal experience of a higher being — as personal an experience as
    • outside. When medieval poetic wisdom desired to depict in the person
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    • that time there was no living person who would have been capable of
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    • nature in the person of Jesus of Nazareth.
    • united in the personality of Jesus of Nazareth. In the early Christian
    • lived, as the crown of humanity, in a personality like Caesar
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    • his inner personality. It did not matter what he said; the qualities
    • of ordinary persons harmonises with their inner being, in the case of
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    • further. A person who would like to have that carried out might
    • Just think how one would be able to help a person as regards his
    • have explained that a young person is not able fully to judge of an
    • where this wonderful person was to be seen.’
    • persons who just by being themselves, are, as it were, a blessing to
    • persons desire to learn about a spiritual Movement like Anthroposophy
    • be right! People wish to stamp their own nature, with its personal
    • When a person does not know what to make of himself, most people say
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    • much that few persons (in comparison to the whole of humanity) were
    • secret doctrine of the old Hebrews had seven names for this person. If
    • their people. All that was but rudimentary in this personality, was
    • heaven have descended even into the ego!’ Those persons can be
    • lost, so that at the time of Christ those persons who were filled
    • persons who have studied and understood Anthroposophy must realise
    • faculties by means of which the event of Damascus becomes a personal
    • France, and so on; great numbers of persons traveled as pilgrims to
    • Such impersonations are the result of the materialistic thinking of
    • to speak. Those persons will be God-filled (or blessed) who, through
    • can, will reach a crisis — certain unfortunate persons having,
    • which man is connected. Just as those persons who will be in
    • in which man then lives. Those persons will have to wait for a new
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    • persons who have followed these things attentively will remember this.
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    • lecture, intended for persons who are not members of our movement. The
    • great poet, Ăschylos. When we let the personages depicted by the
    • person having the sole prerogative of being able to provide the
    • It would have been impossible there for one person to tower so greatly
    • strong sense of the personal ego was being developed in Europe. Again,
    • on his own ground as an individual person. In Greece we still find the
    • was still taken impersonally. The Greek did not feel himself to be a
    • having greatly developed his inner personality, was of particular
    • Personality stands like a sign-post, to cast off the disposition
    • themselves that which can flow into their personality apart from the
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    • instigator, H. P. Blavatsky, and the leading persons of her movement
    • more persons determining to follow certain ideals according as the
    • to offer historical proof that a certain person of the name of Jesus
    • that he does not base his assertions on a personal acquaintance with
    • any personal predilection, that a movement arose through which people
    • historic personality of Jesus of Nazareth! Just as a school-boy is not
    • personal festival, dedicated to one person. Now, although the belief
    • play so great a part; even though the reverence of a few persons is
    • personality and belief in Authority is particularly great. We are,
    • dedicated to a personality. Not only the customs of the time but also
    • the personality. Personalities must be the bearers of the revelations
    • personality, and the question that constantly recurs whether he or she
    • day do we hear of a case in which some prominent person may please the
    • itself. Some years after, if it should transpire that this person's
    • the person in question may be the means by which the spiritual life
    • indeed to test the person by the truth, instead of testing the truth
    • by the person. Especially should that be our attitude in the
    • Theosophical movement: we pay most respect to a personality if we do
    • doing, for we know that the activity of that personality after death
    • honour the positive work accomplished by this Personality and we shall
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    • ourselves in the presence of a person in the spiritual world and yet
    • It may happen that we meet a person in the spiritual world but remain
    • ourselves how we should love a person. We can then only ask ourselves
    • the higher Hierarchies. Today every person who dies and enters the
    • consciousness of a person with an immoral soul disposition is more
    • soul, and in every case it could be established that a person with a
    • One might well ask what it matters if after death a person should
    • the man of today penetrates increasingly into his personal ego and
    • one personality. This has real consequences for the life between
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    • after death one meets a person one has known, one will at first
    • upon the connection between the living and the dead. A person who has
    • example, if a person was last incarnated on earth prior to the
    • What I have described refers to the average person. For example, in
    • than others. A person who only indulges in sensual pleasures and
    • fact that such a person will fall comparatively rapidly into a
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    • the greatest calamity. For I could imagine that such a person does
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    • there lived a certain personality named Norbert, who founded an
    • bring about a change in a person. Since the year 1899, however, such
    • whether something happens through us or through another person. This
    • way. One may for instance ask, “When a person has gone through
    • an initiate or of a person after death, is one of feeling oneself
    • ethical concepts and feelings we developed on earth. A person who has
    • painful! On earth if we have done a person some injustice or have not
    • Let us assume that a person has died before us. According to the
    • A person who has acquired spiritual understanding on earth will have
    • spiritual person farther, the less spiritual not so far — but
    • two personalities. The statues rest on pedestals, and it is likely
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    • super-sensible world that we loved a person less than we ought to have
    • shortly after death we meet a person who died before us. We encounter
    • one person and another can be on earth.
    • it becomes apparent when we consider the relationship of one person
    • personality. Jesus of Nazareth has been accepted from outside.
    • that we ask ourselves about each person we meet, “How much has
    • person passes through the gate of death he dies under a certain
    • person is born at another spot on the earth that corresponds with
    • words. Such a person would, nevertheless, in an anthroposophical
    • some way related to a person and did not love him, this cannot be
    • sleeping person cannot possibly adopt.) If, having studied every
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    • Suppose we come across a person who died before us. At first we feel
    • are experiencing the relationship we had formed with another person
    • together with the other person in a next incarnation in such a way
    • friend or the person related to him had not become an
    • the person who has died as he was during the last period of his life
    • person as if he were sitting in front of one. He will receive this
    • materialistically minded person at once loses the connection with one
    • instance, the dead person, who has an intense longing to learn
    • experience of the dead person much depends on the kind of spiritual
    • fact, a person is only indifferent to such an event to the extent
    • regarded as unimportant. An intelligent person does not attach undue
    • a person is to know consciously something of the working of the dead
    • Humanity is evolving, and only an obtuse person would maintain that
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    • every person is recorded in the Moon sphere.
    • person who in life had an immoral or limited moral disposition lives
    • person, however, becomes what one might call a sociable being. There
    • when we encounter a person we perceive far more clearly than on earth
    • order is brought into karma. If we have loved a person insufficiently
    • be lodged in the person's ego-consciousness, not in his astral
    • person who feeds his animosity still further might in fact have a
    • nature. If a person investigates his astral consciousness, his
    • truly himself. A person may have brought himself to hate spiritual
    • to work fruitfully in all spheres of life. A person who has gone
    • A person has died. During his lifetime for [one] reason or another he did
    • Or what is also possible and might have occurred is that a person
    • Let us suppose that a person left five minutes early, and as a result
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    • When a person is no longer physically present, the riddle arises as
    • come across a person who, through a deep inner longing, through his
    • in earthy life. When a person has gone through the gate of death, all
    • connected with a dead person have read to him and thereby helped him.
    • But let us consider the effect on the soul of a person who has been
    • When a person begins to concern himself with spiritual science he
    • The dead person, for example, may order us to accomplish something
    • earthly life and is closely connected with a person's
    • often sense a certain fatigue in the morning. The less tired a person
    • Greek games. The more a person leaves his soul-spiritual nature in
    • spiritual world. The more a person has opened himself to receive a
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    • spiritual world, as much as if today a person would deny the
    • these people here on earth. Suppose a person has felt a quite
    • A person who is not prepared to admit the reality of karma, or
    • belongs to him. How does a person go through the world? One person
    • meet him, of the painful experience inflicted by another person. This
    • A person once asked the following question in connection with
    • possible to show that a person owed this or that faculty to his
    • why has this or that person died young. But this, too, has its source
    • world. A person who brings artistic gifts into the world does so
    • lest we gradually be obliterated from the world. A person could
    • The more a person advances in the evolution of the world, the freer
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    • towards a cognition of the spiritual world. A person has died. The
    • a person misses a train that is later involved in an accident. Had he
    • makes a lasting impression on the person concerned!
    • spot. This is the most opportune moment for a person who has died to
    • future it will occur quite normally that a person will feel that the
    • person slanders and rages against spiritual science, the more deeply
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    • person goes through life without any sense of judgment, this is due
    • A person who lacked a certain ability in this or that sphere during
    • situation it all makes. If nothing were to intervene, the person
    • would become less and less able. For if a person has deliberately
    • Now such a person may be clever, but his cleverness will be cold and
    • personality who lived during the sixth century B.C. as the son of a
    • person in the spiritual world unless we have first met him on earth.
    • had a previous connection on earth, yet if a person has received the
    • Supersensible perception reveals that a number of personalities who
    • nineteenth century there were already some personalities — and
    • also holds good for this exceptional case. A person who departs from
    • this, but it is not true. For if a person is at all predisposed to
    • and that is by way of human beings. If a person goes through the gate
    • he can become familiar with it through the fact that he knew a person
    • surrounds him after death. A person can read an important work of
    • It is also a fact that a simple person who has only just come in
    • person whom he genuinely loved than the seer who, though able to find
    • known. Yet more often than not one is unable to read to a dead person
    • might approach him, mention to him that a person who dies was also an
    • Let us take an example. A person is in the habit of leaving home
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    • that a person who has failed to occupy himself with higher worlds,
    • so that he [can] be adequately equipped according to his karma. If a person
    • attained. One might well imagine that when such a person again enters
    • that such a person will never find an upward path again but that is
    • endowed with a special coloring. The person who has not gone through
    • person during his next life we find that he bears the characteristics
    • hypersensitive person who is destined by his mere physical
    • person is a hypochondriac, a pathologically melancholy individual,
    • of a person wearing blinders.
    • trend in the progressive development of humanity. Indeed, a person
    • person, if he really has the will, or at least when he is given the
    • instance, when a person dies prematurely as a result of an accident
    • much of what meets a person, is brought about in a variety of ways by
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    • living person — and much can come to our knowledge in this
    • respect — it will help the dead person in his further
    • for the child, we relieve the dead person of anxiety, and this is a
    • person has not available the means to rid himself of anxiety. From
    • It has frequently been observed that a person who had planned to do
    • of consciousness. It is not as if a dead person were on some isolated
    • and Moon. A person who forms a resolution but has not carried it out
    • imperfection in our personal development, is inscribed in the Moon
    • First it must be emphasized that as the person expands into other
    • personage Gautama Buddha. He was a Bodhisattva until in the
    • time was the personality who was born later on in his next
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    • enter into communication with a person after death, the man informed
    • one gazes down, a person who has remained behind on the earth only
    • of that person. The dead person sees these thoughts. Otherwise the
    • person remains invisible and the dead one suffers from the anguish of
    • knowing that the person is there but he is unable to find him. As
    • compared to one banished to a barren island on earth. The dead person
    • more likely than not that a person falls asleep after a meal or some
    • little is achieved in attempting to bring the person to a spiritual
    • Now when such a person dies we have the possibility of helping him
    • actually there. Thus it can happen that a person comes to hate
    • they were on earth. A person who has hated spiritual science with his
    • died, and reading to him as we would to a living person, not with a
    • years after death, for a period of some three to five years, a person
    • and those who have failed to do so. A person who has not developed
    • that the way a person lives on earth determines his existence in the
    • period. There a person who has failed to develop religious feelings
    • earth, the after-effects of what we have been personally, including
    • The one person has a deep moral sense, the other less so. The one who
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    • Let us take as an example a person who developed on earth what one
    • may call little sympathy for his fellow men, a person who has lived
    • death, especially in getting to know other human souls. Such a person
    • It may happen that a person who has avoided any form of human love on
    • We can perform the greatest service to a dead person by forming a
    • person whom one has loved passes on.
    • souls in the vicinity of a person whom it can follow on earth. Many
    • of time. The person would again feel exceedingly lonely if other
    • person to be sociable in the spiritual world. Within our movement we
    • seek to bring people together so that personal relationships may also
    • super-sensible world inasmuch as a person who belongs to a particular
    • created by an immoral person, but you will understand what I mean
    • when I put it as follows. A person devoid of a moral soul disposition
    • Science believes that a person takes on the characteristics of his
    • reveals that a person who dies at an early age is less childlike in
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    • Let us take the extreme case of a person who, while on earth, has
    • two such persons die who knew one another well on earth. After death
    • Let us again take the extreme case of the person who has made no
    • For example, on earth we are connected with a person towards whom we
    • After death we again meet this person but now we feel the opposite of
    • into contact with the soul of a dead person can have the following
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    • intellectual life to an outlook which is still shared by many persons
    • Then says the person in question: “Well, now we have an
    • the realm of thought. In ordinary, external life, when a person wants
    • actual thalers. When a person cannot have them, then a hundred actual
    • person I have just described were to say: “The only thing I
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    • the very persons whose profession it is to think about such
    • persons who are known to be thoroughly acquainted with their
    • they all do? They say: When a person wants to work out for himself a
    • arise in the world not, in the first place, because one person or
    • Yesterday I said that once there were Nominalists, persons who
    • faith, the question about the three “Divine Persons” —
    • still Three real Persons. The Nominalists maintained that these three
    • Divine Persons existed only individually, the “Father”
    • Realists did, that the Three Persons formed not merely an imaginary
    • particular realm which the person in question has considered, it is
    • underlying spiritual. Such persons may take no particular interest in
    • have to say of such persons that they certainly do recognize what is
    • these persons. Let us call their conception of the universe:
    • There can also be persons who say: “Yes, but as to whether in
    • Again, there may be other persons who speak as follows. Around us are
    • Such a person accepts this — that ideas are active in the
    • a person becomes a Rationalist, and his outlook on the world is that
    • When someone is a Psychist, and able as a thinking person to
    • a person of this type rises from accepting the ensoulment of the
    • A person with this outlook does not come so far as to picture to
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    • unfortunate that individual minds, individual personalities, always
    • There are also persons who are specially illuminated by the
    • whole personality they are in touch with the reality of the things
    • Realism, there can be Gnostics of Materialism. They are persons who
    • have feeling and perception only for all that is material; persons
    • something behind all things, also behind my own personality and
    • outside.” In this mood, a person presupposes that outside his
    • Mystic. A person who takes this standpoint is a Transcendentalist —
    • open to human personalities. One can specially cultivate each of
    • powers of the soul rise up and illuminate them. A person who goes
    • the Sun illuminates, is an Empiricist. A person who reflects on what
    • The effect is specially good when a person has experienced, by way of
    • which a person carries with him through a given incarnation is called
    • person clings to all that is external in order to find his God, when
    • arises when a person seeks his world-picture especially through
    • when a person, taking all the world-pictures to some extent,
    • himself. That is Anthropomorphism. Such a person corresponds
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    • Let us suppose that a person so lives in the world that among his
    • person than the constellations of the external horoscope, and do not
    • person comes under other influences, under other spiritual signs and
    • specially strong personality in the time when in its case Mysticism
    • lay hold of, since the person in question has no natural gift for
    • person himself. Hence the tragic fate of Nietzsche. One can go
    • A person who makes a little progress in occult perception can
    • What I have now explained happens continually to a person between
    • persons go beyond the necessary limits set for them by their
    • constellations. These persons do great harm by hypnotizing the world
    • not admit of being explained by a person who has special
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    • intellectual life to an outlook which is still shared by many persons
    • Then says the person in question: “Well, now we have an
    • the realm of thought. In ordinary, external life, when a person wants
    • actual thalers. When a person cannot have them, then a hundred actual
    • person I have just described were to say: “The only thing I
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    • the very persons whose profession it is to think about such
    • persons who are known to be thoroughly acquainted with their
    • they all do? They say: When a person wants to work out for himself a
    • arise in the world not, in the first place, because one person or
    • Yesterday I said that once there were Nominalists, persons who
    • faith, the question about the three “Divine Persons” —
    • still Three real Persons. The Nominalists maintained that these three
    • Divine Persons existed only individually, the “Father”
    • Realists did, that the Three Persons formed not merely an imaginary
    • particular realm which the person in question has considered, it is
    • underlying spiritual. Such persons may take no particular interest in
    • have to say of such persons that they certainly do recognize what is
    • these persons. Let us call their conception of the universe:
    • There can also be persons who say: “Yes, but as to whether in
    • Again, there may be other persons who speak as follows. Around us are
    • Such a person accepts this — that ideas are active in the
    • a person becomes a Rationalist, and his outlook on the world is that
    • When someone is a Psychist, and able as a thinking person to
    • a person of this type rises from accepting the ensoulment of the
    • A person with this outlook does not come so far as to picture to
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    • unfortunate that individual minds, individual personalities, always
    • There are also persons who are specially illuminated by the
    • whole personality they are in touch with the reality of the things
    • Realism, there can be Gnostics of Materialism. They are persons who
    • have feeling and perception only for all that is material; persons
    • something behind all things, also behind my own personality and
    • outside.” In this mood, a person presupposes that outside his
    • Mystic. A person who takes this standpoint is a Transcendentalist —
    • open to human personalities. One can specially cultivate each of
    • powers of the soul rise up and illuminate them. A person who goes
    • the Sun illuminates, is an Empiricist. A person who reflects on what
    • The effect is specially good when a person has experienced, by way of
    • which a person carries with him through a given incarnation is called
    • person clings to all that is external in order to find his God, when
    • arises when a person seeks his world-picture especially through
    • when a person, taking all the world-pictures to some extent,
    • himself. That is Anthropomorphism. Such a person corresponds
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    • Let us suppose that a person so lives in the world that among his
    • person than the constellations of the external horoscope, and do not
    • person comes under other influences, under other spiritual signs and
    • specially strong personality in the time when in its case Mysticism
    • lay hold of, since the person in question has no natural gift for
    • person himself. Hence the tragic fate of Nietzsche. One can go
    • A person who makes a little progress in occult perception can
    • What I have now explained happens continually to a person between
    • persons go beyond the necessary limits set for them by their
    • constellations. These persons do great harm by hypnotizing the world
    • not admit of being explained by a person who has special
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    • dawning in the consciousness of this unique tragic personality, Job,
    • personal sin.
    • understanding of the other person. One understands the life of
    • the other personality becomes deeply comprehensible, what appears in
    • the caricature is what lives in the personality of the caricaturist.
    • into reality. Another case is when a person is not in a position to
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    • love. That which applies only to the impersonal is thus entangled
    • with personality. On the earlier planet wisdom was an instinct
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    • the possibility of personal consciousness.
    • the whole kingdom striving towards the advent of a free personality,
    • essential being of such a personality is connected all that
    • say: If a personality who is able to act egoistically lives in a
    • having consciousness of personality and a one-sided development of
    • the personality towards impulses to action. This the Bible calls
    • doctor throws his whole personality into the process. There are
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Nature and Significance of Karma in the Personal and Individual, and in Humanity, the Earth and the Universe
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    • karma in the case of a person performing an act by which he intends to
    • the effect there must be something hidden from the person when he sets
    • it was not actually designed by the person himself. If this connection
    • of the person in question. That is to say, this reason must be
    • later on in their effect react on the same person. In such a case we
    • Let us start, then, with the study of the karma of one special person.
    • further and observe the life of this person in his fiftieth year,
    • treatment of a person is in earliest childhood. This is something in
    • In ordinary life a person does not seek a connection between cause and
    • if a person having arrived at the age of eighty looks back and sees
    • such a case in which a person has quite consciously brought about a
    • Personality.’ And then we see that there is a consciousness
    • come to effect. Thus he takes karma into his personal consciousness.
    • also proceeds from the man himself; not from his personal
    • continually interrupted by the ‘personal consciousness,’ we
    • pointed out. We shall find in his individual and personal karma the
    • be sought for only in his personal and individual karma; and is the
    • a germ for the work which he, in his personal life as Kepler,
    • the humanity in a previous epoch. We see how a person is placed in the
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    • resembling that human individuality which is preserved when a person
    • describe as the fate of the human individuality after a person has
    • of the animal are comparable with those in the personal life of a man
    • The person who thinks in this way thinks much too abstractly. He does
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    • Let us suppose that two persons are speaking together. One says to the
    • was another person who said that he knew a different reason for the
    • to think that laziness was a kind of personality which needed only to
    • out, the person will be well again.’ Others talk about a
    • with the former deeds and experiences of this person, and how will his
    • circumstance in a person's life is only possible when an extended view
    • Thus if a person leads a dissolute life in any respect it will make an
    • person again comes into existence by birth, the essence of his
    • existence the person has in his etheric body the results of what he
    • what deeds a person did in a previous life. In the case of an animal
    • In the course of his life a person has a great number of experiences
    • your eyes indeed saw the other person but the direct impression did
    • up to the moment when a person can first remember, a great number of
    • a person died at the age of seventy. He lives his life back to his
    • Hence we shall quite easily understand that when a person who in one
    • Let us suppose that in one life a person manifests a particular
    • a deeper organisation of the soul; for if a person only follows what
    • lead him to this. Here again we have something deeper. If a person is
    • person already has something which also is not in order.
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    • a person brings with him certain predispositions which in one
    • of a person's last life, the good and evil deeds he has done, the
    • according as the person is in the position to build weak or strong
    • when, for example, during the life in kamaloca, a person sees that in
    • the person is imbued with a strong desire for a higher perfection in
    • Let us suppose that in his previous life a person acted from an
    • feeling of personality; in your next incarnation you must seek for
    • consequences of a weak personality.’
    • sub-conscious region. The person in question will strive for an
    • person who is ill owing to the opposition of the three bodies, can
    • the kamaloca period, a person sees that he has acted from too strong a
    • I said previously that if a person has done many things under the
    • to answer the question: ‘If a person enters into existence in
    • the outer world. As long as a person is incarnated on the earth his
    • judgement. But when a person between birth and death sins against
    • during his life in kamaloca the person in question looks back to a
    • that which a person sees during his life in kamaloca will so transform
    • then filled in and which forms solid concretions. A person may have
    • than is usually supposed, for these are the persons in whom a
    • has an object. The person comes forth healed from the illness, having
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    • picture is more distinct, more clearly defined. I gave the person who
    • generalities and so forth. Such a person will after death develop the
    • a cure will be effected when the person, in accordance with his whole
    • consciousness when a person has gone through an illness, and has
    • person a continual state of irritation which leads to continuous
    • through the conquest of the illness. Naturally the person in question
    • assertions but actual ‘cases.’ A certain person contracts
    • arrive at the solution of world riddles. The person in question
    • This soul condition will prove itself to be such that the personality
    • Let us now assume that this personality before developing measles had
    • personality enters existence he will be anxious to make the
    • persons in question, the world says that this is the result of
    • An experienced person looking on the world will find it easy to
    • person has become ill because he entered this particular district. It
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    • capacities of his own. Here we can say that a person has impressions
    • in the next incarnation. And this tendency leads the person to seek
    • family. From this we see that, in fact, a person has not inherited a
    • If we observe such a person from the moment of his birth, it will seem
    • dangerous in the highest degree. If the person were today to pass over
    • the normal person the Ego is not sufficiently strong, it reacts upon
    • waking person from this point of view, we shall say that in him are
    • members of man are linked together in the case of a normal person. Let
    • person has really in an earlier life done something that between death
    • down into this deep degree of consciousness, the person does not know
    • but is so vague that the person does not perceive it. This does not
    • necessarily mean that a person in this consciousness cannot perform
    • day-consciousness is extinguished and a person while walking in his
    • consciousness which the person cannot share in, because he can only
    • knowing anything about it. Let us now take the case of a person who
    • more deeply-lying processes of disease. In this case the person will
    • Ego-consciousness — but a person would never do it from this
    • In this lecture it has been our special task to show that a person may
    • statement that a person only knows that he possesses an organ when it
    • very stupid. Why does a person in his normal consciousness know
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    • Let us take the case of a person who has a disease of the liver, but
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    • — the case where the person succumbs to ahrimanic influence,
    • impression upon him, while another person who had preserved a sound
    • power of judgement would easily recognise that the person in question
    • altogether if the person in question finds the opportunity and has the
    • up a training that is rational and normal. So we can say that a person
    • Thus a person may be perfectly logical and yet give expression to
    • such a person by logical reasoning. On the contrary, if we make use of
    • the person in question by means of revelations of Spiritual Science.
    • Such a person is not amenable to any reasoning derived from the realm
    • part of us, then the whole of our personality will be radiating these
    • upon the person in question, so that we can, as it were, achieve in
    • In the case of a person who is affected by these truths to such an
    • life.’ If such words are to have any value, the person should
    • for the sake of the world. Nevertheless, their personal fates are
    • transgression if one person or several people meet with an early death
    • we have not progressed so far as to do it consciously. With such a person
    • at all. We may perhaps have helped this person physically, externally,
    • a person by means of a corresponding spiritual education. This would
    • to which the person in question will himself have to produce a
    • person whose organism has been so transformed, something also for the
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    • we are able to prevent the person from seeking this adjustment?
    • certain causes, certain maladies towards which the karma of a person
    • due to arrive. But notwithstanding, we can influence a person's karma
    • rigidity. With all men this can be a personal experience.
    • person would be ignorant of the fact that the birth and death of a
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    • We may ask what happens in a person's karma when by reason of his
    • to compensate for these acts and experiences, and this person is
    • A person will at first judge ‘matter’ according to what
    • impersonal force in man for which he could not be responsible. But in
    • of love, which we pour into another person as a balsam. All that is
    • body of the healer create with the person to be healed a sort of
    • addition to induce a polarity in another person, and this polarity,
    • person to be healed, is, in the fullest sense of the word, the
    • person is fully aware of them with his ordinary day-consciousness;
    • what they would be if one gave a person any other substance. It
    • indirectly through persons who are more sensitive to such influence
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    • upon the physical plane may appear to be the persons most directly
    • separate person did at that time solely to the karmic account of that
    • thousand years there would still be persons who would speak of the
    • soul-forces are reversed. It is an age in which certain persons —
    • by a human being, a contact is established between them. The person is
    • Consider Miltiades, or some important personality, who played a part
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    • reference for every person on his or her path towards the spiritual
    • of the soul. If a person wanted to experience the Cosmic Midnight as
    • significance for a person's emotional life. There one lives through
    • Ahriman while he is insinuating himself among the various persons:
    • this or that person can hide meaning — clear meaning — in
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    • When a person has become familiar with the spiritual
    • as a human earth person, a normal sense-being within the sense world.
    • upon its remaining in the sense world. First of all, if a person has
    • asceticism a person exposes himself to this kind of seduction because
    • attack if the love is for another person and for that other person's
    • is playing its part, in which a person loves because he himself has
    • being. In spiritual love a personal, individual element — we
    • worlds with each other. In human love whenever a person loves in the
    • well-being of their person. It is absolutely necessary for us to know
    • the element of self-will and other such tendencies. A person can then
    • that a person takes back into the sense world what he has
    • A person who is able to look in the right
    • for reality. The sweets, too, that such a person carries within
    • spiritual world means that a person will most easily become the prey
    • off into his kingdom. There, of course, a person may receive insights
    • person or that, but these will simply be purely luciferic
    • vehemence, as a person who could well appear absurd to someone like
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    • nothing in the nature and individuality of a person, for everything
    • Knowing a thing is not the same as creating it; a person learns only
    • clairvoyant and crossing the threshold. Only a person who wants to
    • your own distinct existence, your own separate personality. You know
    • all the time that in the presence of another person or happening you
    • are the same person that you were before and that you will be the
    • This changes as soon as a person enters the elemental
    • person within every other being, indeed unless we become similar to a
    • a person's soul that in passing through the sense world, he should
    • Let us suppose that a person's clairvoyant
    • suppose that a person were to go back into the physical world keeping
    • physical body. Through this physical body I am a definite personality
    • in the physical sense world; I am this or that distinct person. My
    • physical body stamps my personality upon me; the physical body and
    • personality. In the elemental world one is not a personality, for
    • it into a definite personality. The etheric body, which always wants
    • physical body. To put it even more concretely: a person could be,
    • be the emperor of China. (Or, to use another example, a person may be
    • our ordinary world? Observe it as you follow its movement. A person
    • elemental world a step further. There a person is not in a position
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    • person with a receptive attitude who follows the movement of these
    • a person could say to someone opening a letter: “Well, yes,
    • things. We know that he is to some extent a discerning and sensitive person
    • foolish a well-intentioned person can become when he wishes to look
    • followers, especially when the author is a celebrated person. The
    • something that happens to a person in childhood or youth returns to
    • because the person does not recognize it, he takes it for a
    • return later as a distinct memory. A person — if he is not
    • impressions out of the present life. To take one example: a person
    • were in your former life such and such a person.” And at the
    • another person on earth. However, we must remember that through
    • show you a relationship to a person whom it is impossible at the time
    • special way with this person,” the situation must be worked out
    • When we want to learn something about another person in
    • experience this reaction, a person knows nothing of it as a rule. But
    • person, there has to develop in unconscious soul depths, side by side
    • life, we realize that Ferdinand Fox is a real person, an extremely
    • that creeps and crawls with a life of its own. A person has to hold
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    • thoughts that a person carries around within himself and ponders when
    • For this he doesn't need another person. In fact, he can think best
    • person that a feeling element of soul rises up into his solitary
    • person forms in himself the allurements of luciferic temptation. Now,
    • because a person separates himself with this kind of thinking from
    • nature of lonely, personal, inner thinking, said, Now let us look at
    • has its purpose and a person needs no words when he wants to be
    • spoken word, and writing. No sensible person, even when he fully
    • images. A person could say, “I must so train myself in using
    • personal to be corrected. I must take into my soul the wisdom that
    • world and how to cross its threshold. And this every person will have
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    • putting one's head into an ant hill. A person who has anything to do
    • a person lives in his physical body in the physical world around him.
    • what a person comes to recognize when he learns within his astral
    • personality within its ordinary limits alone, for you extend yourself
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    • When a person has shed his etheric body also, he ascends to the spirit world
    • subconscious soul impressions and impulses even to a person who is
    • sort of person Krishnamurti was made into.
    • A person who has this important, meaningful
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    • penetrate this culture. A discerning person who has some
    • already given, it is evident that as soon as a person approaches the
    • A person can actually ascend into the
    • other person on earth. And this other self, this true ego, decks
    • If a person with a healthy inner life searches out the
    • not enter the spiritual world. But when the person has a special
    • what otherwise couldn't enter it. With this, the person experiences
    • moment consider that any other person could have been to blame but I
    • in which we do not allow criticism or blame of another person to
    • of self, such as a person may not develop in the physical world if he
    • person's disposition and qualities, for him and for his sake.”
    • “love” and “tolerance.” What a person carries
    • person comes into those worlds and finds himself in a region of
    • discussion, it may perhaps be permissible to add for any person
    • diffused over the whole, development of even the other persons in
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    • through the different personalities, rather than the single person.
    • the personal element enters. When we speak of Plato, of Socrates, of
    • a person: we place before men the separate life of the personality
    • with all that this personality has done for mankind. In our Western
    • personality to personality, for it has been the mission of Western
    • applied to many personalities. When, on the contrary, the name
    • single personality. This has been the education of the West.
    • trained for a time to direct his attention to the personality, but
    • added to the personal element. We stand now at the point where we
    • the contemplation of the personal.
    • attention to the mighty personality of the prophet Elijah. To begin
    • with, we may describe him as a personality. In the West he is seldom
    • personality from a wider point of view, we see that Elijah was
    • forerunner appeared, whom we know as the personality of John the
    • Now we can direct our gaze to another personality, to the remarkable
    • personality of the painter Raphael. This remarkable personality
    • It is remarkable that the above three personalities confront us in this
    • persons. What does it teach us? It teaches us that the same
    • could be expressed in his personality and then we can agree with the
    • way in life, whereas before we did not. Thus the person who has gone
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    • and that such a person reached
    • closer observation we find something very peculiar in a person who
    • place we find when we encounter a person who does not want to develop
    • soon we shall notice that when another person comes and tells us what
    • they are to become truths, the different visions of many persons
    • different persons. Then the experiences are actually the same in the
    • person who has become clairvoyant has reached a point at which the
    • is a clairvoyant and here is another person; in the soul of that
    • finds expression, is none the less present. The person whose mental
    • person do who simply takes the innumerable and varied visions for
    • far the greater number of the visions! What does such a person do? He
    • not its own personal feelings inflame it and has really created these
    • approaching more and more to the stage where all personal ambition is
    • killed out. Personal ambition tempts us ever more and more to produce
    • that which is merely personal, without listening to that which is the
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    • persons and criminals and made them his first Roman citizens. They
    • pointing down to the earth, will be found in the same person. Then we
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    • personalities, they will have to bring it all into inner movement in
    • time and see him, not as a single personality, but as the outstanding
    • For once, Jesus was to be shown as an historical person and was to be
    • same way any other dead person might have continued to work. Fitted
    • personality accounted for by the milieu in which He lived. That is
    • into one personality. Jesus does not concern him at all. The only
    • told of Him. In the case of Jesus it is only that His personality
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    • differently. He has become weak in courage. The modern person much
    • presence, he always showed himself to those persons connected with the
    • Vitzliputzli. He is a human person who, among all these beings who
    • who went about on earth as I have described. Such a gifted personality
    • personality of humanity and describes Him in such a way that He stands
    • before us only as outer personality. Should it go on increasing
    • to lose oneself gradually in mankind and so come to see each person in
    • can never come to a really good, upright, strong personal inner life
    • as frequently has happened, clothed by many persons in such feelings,
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    • person imagines, that is, the search for the spirit along
    • other persons who did not enter into this phenomenon of the time
    • going on. Such persons have always existed. They had great
    • that those persons who have preserved an exact knowledge of the
    • years ago as an important personality when his first book on European
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    • at strengthening the soul life as individual and personal with the
    • human personality ruling the West who can actually be said to have
    • A highly gifted personality, Philip the Fair, who was equipped with
    • persons as possible, and the torture was applied in the most cruel way
    • countless persons in the nation would also look on that as something
    • times. May I perhaps add here the personal confession that when for
    • culture toward the understanding of Goethe's personality. We can, of
    • a book treating of a personality who was supposed to have been born in
    • died. This person, however, is not Goethe but a fantasy of Mr.
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    • idea of a person's character if one knows that he has had two wives
    • persons also appear in France in whom these cultural impulses live.
    • If, however, we now turn our minds to the outstanding personalities
    • personalities comes, if one observes its real cause, from the fact
    • individual, personal, if in a definite epoch it were torn out of this
    • a farmer resembles a person who is not willing to hear that, as well
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture I: The Three Streams in the Life of Civilization. The Mysteries of Light, of Man, and of the Earth.
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    • even persons of a materialist turn of mind cannot altogether drive
    • the reason why one person is an aristocrat and another is not, for
    • revolt which is still in the minds of many persons inclined to
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    • I should like to recall to you one personality, a truly materialistic
    • You all know those persons who to a great extent are responsible,
    • cultivated as those which we find in the leading personalities during
    • wars, and the way in which such modern personalities form their
    • Christ in our day. The most anti-Christian persons are frequently
    • those persons of whom I have been speaking. It is because no true
    • civilization of today has developed, a human personality who was the
    • incorporated in the East in an earthly personality, to prepare for
    • as do so many academic persons and the like. If we faithfully travel
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    • when men are filled with personal ideas and feelings is indeed
    • strictly discriminate between those persons who do harm to the
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    • backs up this Jesuit? A Jesuit does not merely represent his personal
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    • connected with personal experiences, these essays have a definite
    • single person can be satisfied.” Taken in the abstract, no
    • hand, we hear a personality like Lenin saying: “Among people of
    • allow the compulsion of argument, of impersonal argument, to work upon
    • great period of German evolution, a personality such as Schiller, was
    • downfall! There are persons lacking courage who join the
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    • us to them. Let me put this to you in a personal way. When I speak on
    • visionary experience? It is that the person is completely given up to
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    • personality; in the soul life there must be control in every stage and
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    • men, to matters that are decided only in the most personal way.
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    • the blossom, we must vividly imagine — though not personified
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    • this personality would have to confess, “In my subconscious mind
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture I
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    • that freedom which depends entirely on the personal element in man.
    • he finds himself as a free personality. This is not the case with the
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    • a person walks and feels his muscles that is different from
    • in the rising mist which can make a person morose and melancholy. He
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    • one may have personal experiences. For instance, it was of immense
    • significance to me personally, a few years ago, to transpose myself
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    • speak more of the personal experiences of the earth. They speak of
    • what the earth has experienced as a cosmic personality. Thus, if I
    • Paracelsus again was a personality who lived much later
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    • closely to the intimate inner feeling and personal experiences of the
    • If at this point I may make a personal observation it is
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    • himself a personality only within his senses, when he so to speak
    • Valentine Andreae — physically it was the same personality —
    • physical personality. He who wrote the
    • was not a physical personality. He made use of this secretary, who later
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    • fairly numerous personalities. In the later centuries, from the 8th
    • and 9th to the 15th and 16th centuries such personalities became
    • rarer and rarer; personalities able to gather around them a small
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XI: The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men
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    • express it in this way, his own personal path of evolution to have to
    • just through the ideas that filled him he became that personality
    • the world which was known. It was absolutely the search of a personal
    • experience, and this personal experience consisted in a certain inner
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    • spiritual as well as an individual personal nature, the Mysteries of
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIII: Transition from the Spirit of the Ancient Mysteries to the Spirit of the Mysteries of the Middle Ages
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    • of the Kabiri of Samothrace, those personalities who then went into
    • personalities who devoted themselves to knowledge and investigation
    • more earnest, more deeply tragic persons, such as that one who later
    • with in these Rosicrucian laboratories as the person with the deeply
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    • Only a person
    • as the ancients saw them; moreover, if a person did see things
    • never arise, a person is living in a kind of scientific fog.
    • person were to photograph a tree from one side only. He has his
    • another side and says to the first person, “Your
    • symbols. In short, if anything could make a person a
    • person living in the world knows more than sense-cognition can
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    • there is in the renal excretions of a person thinking either in
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    • therapy cannot become a complete science any more than a person
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    • life. I have gone down a road and have seen a person along this road; I go
    • person has been swallowed up by the earth. This would be true in the
    • house. I can limit my thoughts so that I say to myself, “That person went
    • consideration. Thus if a person wishes to consider a certain formation in
    • with people, a picture that guides us to consider as normal a person who,
    • arrested halfway to its culmination. Such a person would not be brought
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    • conclusion of the lecture. I pointed then to a personality who was
    • improvement in a person's condition can be attributed to therapeutic
    • modern times, however, a person who once again approaches a spiritual
    • instinct. When a person pursues the kind of spiritual investigation
    • of genius is generally based on the fact that the person retains a
    • spiritual science. And a person like Schelling sensed them
    • sleep each time a person falls asleep but rather continue to course
    • clothed with a physical body. A person suffering from childhood
    • of a person's life, to what kills the human being. You need only hold
    • means to destroy the spirit,” is this: if a person wishes only to gaze
    • means that in such a moment a person would have to diminish, to
    • because it is always interesting to learn how a person who has gone
    • abdominal organs of the person in question, how the diminished
    • organization is influencing the person's abdominal organization. He
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    • intellectually but through inner perception. A person would be unable
    • secret types of the human personality and in accordance with secrets
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    • of a person who has a tendency to illness because his soul-spiritual
    • If one finds, therefore, that a person is suffering inwardly and
    • itself into the human organism through which a person becomes
    • to help the person afflicted with this illness particularly by means
    • the male personality by way of reproduction. What inserts the
    • that a person who cannot yet see into the spiritual world has no way
    • are not able to see into the spiritual world are like the person who
    • spiritual element must be sought. A person who wishes to investigate
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    • persons with a right to speak of a life of soul over and above the
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    • breath. In the grown-up person, this relationship is approximately in
  • Title: Social Future: Lecture I: The Social Question as a Cultural Question, a Question of Equity, and a Question of Economics
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    • resulting from the personal demands of a few individuals. It has
    • from his own narrow, often personal standpoint as is so frequently
    • what was said not long ago and has often been repeated by a personage
    • machinations of certain persons, and the idea of justice, of the
    • answer by the question: What credit can be attached to the personal
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    • every It person capable of forming a judgment will be authoritative.
    • democratically by every grown-up person, but only by someone who is
    • certain persons presume to take the whole administration of the
    • persons who now talk of reform, or even of a revolution in economic
    • that those persons who are to take part in the work of production
    • with! How remote is the person who transacts business in money from
    • commodities and of the service which one person should receive from
    • persons will withdraw from the Associations composed of producers of
    • impersonal supply and demand having nothing to do with the human
    • them, other persons will be brought in, whose business it will be to
    • been investigated. That is, arrangements must exist with persons who
    • conditional on the number of persons engaged in its production. But,
    • The only thing that benefits a person is the ability to spend a
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    • evolution, that there is no possibility for the individual person to
    • that at present countless educated and uneducated persons of
    • evident to many persons that care must be taken. to enable a man to
    • been said, and rightly, that a person who grew up on a desert island
    • defined this principle. It consists in the fact that the persons
    • capable of determination through the fact that a person has reached
    • to a person merely because he is an adult. We must either not
    • all adult persons. If we take the trouble to test the truth of these
    • Think of the personal relation between a workman and his handiwork,
    • Forgive me if I mention a personal experience, it is very
    • and less of this personal tie between the worker and his work. Its
    • particular person, we have to do with the exercise of an individual
    • person in question. Administration of punishment, civil justice,
    • person whom he is trying, to give a verdict out of his own
    • penal law already cited, we see how the personal disposition of the
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    • has been destroyed and, in the eyes of all observant persons, little,
    • understand — forgive the personal remark — what it means
    • forgive another personal remark — that this book has fragments
    • individuality, of the personality. To expect of anyone today that he
    • individuality or personality, is to expect of him something which is
    • everyone recognizes in his own personal way, may be encouraged in the
    • and because there was a living force in his personality through which
    • misunderstanding. There are a number of persons who have learnt in
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    • place we must have some personal need for the commodity in question.
    • education and requirements of the individual person. But where
    • through our requirements and the personal importance we give to these
    • why should not the subjective value which a man personally attaches
    • an idea conceived out of personal inclinations by one or more
    • persons; it is an impulse resulting from an impartial observation of
    • organism. There are very clear-sighted persons to whom these things
    • Such a person is
    • of capital may be administered by the person to whom it belongs only
    • transference of a business concern to any person or group of persons
    • from one capable person to another equally capable, that is, the
    • transference of land from one person or group of persons to another
    • personally use his capacities. But the finished means of production
    • transferred by one person or group of persons to another person or
    • group of persons by law, or rather, by spiritual decisions confirmed
    • rise in one person or in one aristocratic group, passed on to the
    • which one person has to do with another. It was, therefore, to the
    • economic system, in which one person has to do with another, into a
    • society of might, which acted instinctively, in which a single person
    • was looked up to by the community, because the individual persons
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    • person, if he wishes to share in the work of the community, must take
    • for by each one personally. There is much talk nowadays about the
    • the single person, may truly correspond with the social demands which
    • routine is required to enable a person to write phrase after phrase.
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    • consciously within the sphere of the human personality. But things
    • economic life, very little indeed depends on the single personality.
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    • persons saying on the one hand: In reality it is Capital which alone
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    • Mean Price midway between the two poles where we have two persons
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    • the thing which may be properly called “personal credit.”
    • which many others advance to him is, so to speak, his personal credit.
    • Now, as you know, this personal credit has a certain consequence, at
    • therefore: Personal credit cheapens production when the rate of
    • interest is 5%. A person borrowing Capital on the security of land
    • makes things more expensive while “personal credit” makes
    • expensive while personal credit makes commodities cheaper. Now
    • credit based on the security of land — even to a person working
    • on the land. He too should only receive personal credit — that is
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    • a person engaged in the manufacture of valuable goods. For if a
    • corresponding commodity which the other person was willing to accept.
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    • under the control of particular persons by conquest, that is, by the
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    • say, to buy it anywhere else. Another person may perhaps be able to
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    • labelled very easily get money lent them. Personal credit is readily
    • the one case, those who really have the stronger personal faculties
    • word to express it — impersonally. Thus, as I said in my first
    • become objectified — it has become impersonal. This brings me to
    • this process the whole thing became not only impersonal but unnatural.
    • along. Pure money business, without any natural or personal subject
    • to a close, everything which had originally been upheld by a personal
    • hand, the subjectless circulation of money, impersonal and unnatural;
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    • the economic process, it is no longer a question of immediate personal
    • goes on producing so long as his own personal faculties are united
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    • person has to do if he possesses £20 in money today and wishes to
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    • is made; provided that the person who takes the benefit of the gift
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    • others, one of them says: “Personally I am not very keen on
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    • credits, or whether we write out a chit and give it to the person
    • service is worth the amount of Labour which it saves to the person who
    • their own real nature. But if we do so, then, precisely as persons who
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    • persons who know how the evolution of man has to proceed in order for
    • persons who have clear and detailed knowledge concerning the
    • evolution of mankind, there is need in the world today for persons
    • age, born again as a person in whom the forces that came from his
    • science. The personality of whom I speak is none other than Cardinal
    • to see that in Cardinal Newman we have a strong personality imbued
    • omit from our considerations a person like Cardinal Newman when
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    • say: I have a relationship to this person; the lilies tell me so, the
    • point to many persons in whom this method of resistance to modern
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    • such a person: When the Moon is full, try going out for a walk in its
    • he knew that when a person goes for a walk in the light of the Moon,
    • the fact that the person in question had held on too strongly to
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    • persons readily fall a prey to these beings who seek to
    • victorious in the physical body of some person, victorious, that is,
    • senses. The result would be that the person would succumb to
    • a victory over these powers, then the person concerned succumbs to
    • are victorious over the Ahrimanic in the ether-body, then the person
    • seem, the fact that the person becomes addicted to lying is a weapon
    • ether body, then the person would become possessed — possessed
    • they are stuck fast in the ether-body, because the person is
    • The person in question will in this case tend to become an
    • the person is liable to turn into a dreamer in the astral body, to
    • approach the sick person undisturbed by Lucifer and Ahriman, and
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    • persons who know how the evolution of man has to proceed in order for
    • persons who have clear and detailed knowledge concerning the
    • evolution of mankind, there is need in the world today for persons
    • age, born again as a person in whom the forces that came from his
    • science. The personality of whom I speak is none other than Cardinal
    • to see that in Cardinal Newman we have a strong personality imbued
    • omit from our considerations a person like Cardinal Newman when
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    • point to many persons in whom this method of resistance to modern
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    • the fact that the person in question had held on too strongly to
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    • persons readily fall a prey to these beings who seek to
    • victorious in the physical body of some person, victorious, that is,
    • senses. The result would be that the person would succumb to
    • a victory over these powers, then the person concerned succumbs to
    • are victorious over the Ahrimanic in the ether-body, then the person
    • seem, the fact that the person becomes addicted to lying is a weapon
    • ether body, then the person would become possessed — possessed
    • they are stuck fast in the ether-body, because the person is
    • The person in question will in this case tend to become an
    • the person is liable to turn into a dreamer in the astral body, to
    • approach the sick person undisturbed by Lucifer and Ahriman, and
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    • When a person who has concerned himself for some time
    • query: if a person lives on earth more than once, if he returns again
    • persons to come to spiritual science, that is, to take up such
    • tremendous extent. The souls of the persons sitting here were
    • In the future, every person will be able once more to look into the
    • incarnation. A person dwelt less and less in those states in which he
    • spiritual beings, but the person of today cannot look into those
    • natural faculty by individual persons. To experience an event of
    • incarnation. There will be a number of persons who in their colossal
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    • see them. In the same way, light and color surround a blind person,
    • evolution of the earth. Many persons who merely speculate or who
    • through an esoteric schooling; this is also what single persons here
    • persons, and we can designate this event as a return of Christ, a
    • on the earth in the not too distant future, persons who will claim to
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    • upon us. This feeling of sublimity will be stronger in one person,
    • however, a person will soon be aware of his longing to understand
    • (Sinn), so will a person become more and more convinced that,
    • in connection with the life of man. Although a person may dimly
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    • this or that person. Such a person will say, as if from an awakened
    • Jesus, if he had not been able to have the personal experience of
    • development of humanity was not such that a person could, without
    • how much those persons who wish to rely only on documents call
    • will appear as false messiahs. There will be many such persons in the
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    • person is about to drown, the connection of the etheric body to the
    • spiritual world. Only such a person, rich in the spirit, could be
    • called blessed. Such a person was a clairvoyant in the old sense, and
    • he was a rare personality. Most people had become beggars in the
    • I in the sentient soul, we cannot find in another person what makes
    • him a true human being, the I. Before a person has developed the I
    • perceive the person next to him. Where all those members previously
    • way. It is therefore the same whether a person lives in the physical
    • has not lived upon this earth without a reason. If, however, a person
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    • person could achieve union with the spiritual world through his I;
    • counterpart, of a deed one is about to perform. Certain persons
    • Paul experienced at Damascus, which was a personal experience for
    • person lies to a certain extent in his own hands. When this etheric
    • complete exactness. There will be ambitious persons who try, out of
    • A person must, before his death, have understood the true
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    • that person I can see something like a bright band of light.”
    • with a strange content. If this person has just performed a deed or
    • person in whom these faculties are found relates them to a friend who
    • themselves to them. Then the persons in whom these faculties appear
    • the new faculties of soul. Clever and enlightened persons in that era
    • Whenever a person takes on an inner discipline, however,
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    • can appear when we observe a person placed in two contrasting
    • person who insulted him. We are there witnessing a manifestation of
    • pictures, of your personal, individual decisions. When someone knocks
    • impels a person to do good. The moral element is at a higher level
    • sleep; in a person of lower moral principles the streams are quite
    • different from what is observable in a person of higher principles.
    • already preparation is being made for this — that some person
    • blessing bestowed upon the person who experiences the awakening in
    • before. Something akin to an exchange of personality then takes
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    • a person's head. Among contemporary researchers, there are some who
    • of the personality under particular conditions, as was the situation
    • death. The person who has occupied himself under present
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    • purposes of certain personalities who are allied in brotherhoods.
    • certain kind of personal darkening for humanity.
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    • time that the person who will only find an explanation of the world
    • person, one discovers upon entering the realm inhabited by the dead,
    • ordinary consciousness as a physical, earthly person, experiences
    • person knows what happens when he just raises a hand, that is, when
    • karmically a total stranger is not even perceptible to a dead person;
    • he simply does not exist. The world that the dead person experiences
    • person has made karmically with those who are still on earth and
    • arises for each and every dead person, in an entirely different sense
    • realm. One person has made this relationship, another has made that
    • person in this realm in such a way that it strengthens or weakens his
    • intensely. The circle widens only gradually to include persons with
    • course how it will be after death. Many personalities, many souls
    • person, because from the physical life one can easily make a wrong
    • living, through which the dead person knows, through which he has his
    • human beings that a dead person knows essentially through the will,
    • following way. When a dead person has spent a certain time in his
    • those of the dead person. It is like this: person A has a certain
    • relationship with person B but not with person C. One sees how the
    • dead person A lives with B as I have described and expands his
    • go-between to person C. Previously A had had no relationship to C,
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    • person himself doesn't interest me, I will imagine him absent;
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    • it could only come about in an entirely personal way. And often it
    • But if you are able to enter into a personal relationship with Raimon
    • pre-eminently a personality who, under the influence and inspiration
    • When however one enters little by little into a personal relationship
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    • was with those persons who strove after knowledge about the year 1200
    • manor house, a few persons were once met, who, through certain
    • reason. These persons knew that mediumship goes together with a
    • century, it is all given in a vague, impersonal style, philosophical
    • markedly characteristic person as Pico della Mirandola, voluntary
    • knowledge! And that which comes to pass externally in such a person
    • full knowledge, but enacted by persons who stand in connection with
    • then one may meet and recognise such a person. At first he is
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    • thirteenth centuries. In a personality like Agrippa of Nettesheim,
    • example, that one may have a conversation with a person — I am
    • carries his whole being and nature within him. And such a personality
    • But now, a person like Agrippa of Nettesheim ascribed to the Earth
    • still understood in what I would call a superpersonal-personal manner
    • really no sort of connection with what is individual and personal,
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    • Personality.
    • personality. In the future he will also possess personality, but in a
    • with his life of soul; but the personal note, the personal
    • was Lucifer who gave man personality. One could therefore say: Man
    • cannot enter the super-sensible world with his personality, he cannot
    • bring it into the spiritual world, he must blot out his personality
    • In future it will be required of man to allow his personality to be
    • flow out of the spiritual world. A personality will receive its stamp
    • personality will become something quite different. In a sense man was
    • formerly a personality through what separated him from the spiritual,
    • be a personality through what he is able to receive from the spiritual
    • In the past, blood and temperament determined personalities, and into
    • these personalities impersonal elements streamed from the
    • super-sensible world. Less and less will man be a personality on
    • become a personality through the character that he acquires from his
    • will achieve this. Men with a pronounced character and personality
    • will in the future have this character and personality through what
    • highly personal colouring they received from what came to them from
    • below. Men who are personalities from the way in which they carry the
    • spiritual world into the sensible, men who carry personality into
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    • It might well be that out of prejudice a person wished to know nothing
    • In the course of his study of the evolution of mankind, such a person
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    • person who attempts the spiritual exploration of the fairy tale
    • that it is one single person with his own special destiny that we
    • tale expresses is not about one person in a particular situation in
    • children in their early years to persons of middle age and even to
    • the spiritual worlds. At that time a person, even though he could not
    • “intelligent” person, who hears about this invisible
    • things that seem to have a personal coloring; it is not meant to be
    • personal. It makes it somewhat easier to explain if I add this small
    • personal note.
    • me — and this is the personal note I wanted to add. I can
    • this is the personal note — to discover, long after these
    • to every single person at every period of life from his first breath
    • Grimms' have found their way to every person who is alive to such
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    • one who wishes to explain such stories, and what that person ought to
    • a person is especially shrewd in life and not only dry and prosaic
    • somewhat thoughtful person, he will observe that certain people with
    • ruling there. The persons who possess such powers, however, live in
    • finally appears in his true form and is the very personality who can
    • became fewer and fewer. One person told them to another, the other
    • thoughtful person who travels about can even now find the last
    • personal experience. Such a person in traveling about the world will
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    • that was astir at that time, linking it on to a personage who
    • suffered on account of his personal characteristics. He lives
    • entirely in the Past as it plays into his personal life, in the past
    • pieces around him, is a forceful personage who will have nothing to
    • outwardly a personality who has imbibed the socialistic doctrines of
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    • man's ancestry by remembering not merely his own personal experiences,
    • which is a unity. It is only that an especially foolish person, unaware
    • that of a person in a robe of state who knows that wearing it gives
    • in addition to the stars, the involvement of his personality in order
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    • words, only a person who participates in spiritual life has an impulse
    • churches surrounded by graves. Not every person could have an individual
    • at a person in the right way if we see in the spherical form of the
    • Therefore no artistic person will say: That human being is striking
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    • relation to the spiritual, a person can acquire the forces necessary
    • that no person penetrates this door in the state of consciousness brought
    • by a person with only ordinary earthly consciousness. For Anthroposophy
    • that precisely in such a personality the arts with their grave
    • into Germany; and as a personality he illustrates how Goethe's tremendous
    • to the world and his own personality. Thus William Lovell loses his
    • own personality and, on the other, to fall prey to elementals, gods
    • end of an artist's life. What was great in Tieck was not his own personality,
    • century was mirrored in a receptive personality; how something like
    • the arts, memorials of the divine-spiritual. Such a personality represents
    • this mood by Johann Joachim Winckelmann, a kind of personification
    • and his century: a glorious presentation of the strivings of a personality
    • me, now, to make a personal remark. There was a certain moment when
    • personal remark I conclude today's observations.
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    • Personality is shoved aside. So strongly does this seriousness act,
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    • case of a person, this can be done still more spiritually. To paint
    • fitness for something spiritual, so that a person places himself into
    • entirely virtuous life. The only tragic person is one who in some way
    • of the inner daimons which make us tragic personalities, the less do
    • whether or not anybody admires his picture. A person may be an artist
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    • If a person
    • thoughts; does not turn a person into a commentator on art who thereby
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    • personal element, but it does lead us away from real style in stage
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    • distinguished persons in the course of the nineteenth century, and
    • distinction between the liver of a child and that of an old person.
    • things are not observed. These are the so-called practical persons,
    • easy to be a grown-up person — easy for the spirit, I mean, for
    • resistance. It is quite easy to be a full-grown person but extremely
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    • here nor there; what matters is what sort of a person you are. In our
    • it is always different. The whole character of a person is expressed
    • but if the inner nature of a person is filled with a living knowledge
    • to one another, as if they were persons with sympathy and antipathy
    • of life between nine and ten the child's belief in a good person
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    • comes running in, an honest person, bringing all the apples that Mary
    • down by the apple-woman, and now we want to know how many this person
    • person who brought the subtrahend; you will see that Mary lost the
    • how many apples the person you see coming along will have to bring.
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    • misunderstanding. You might otherwise think I had something personal
    • person to become a teacher in the Waldorf School.
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    • any person is exposed to the sphere in which the tuberculous patient
    • of tuberculous persons are often breeding grounds for tuberculosis. If
    • tuberculous persons are to be collected and crowded together in
    • This will naturally lead to the duty not to abandon the sick person
    • special requisites of such a diet). Thus the person in question will
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    • special cases, of knowing the whole personality before us. This should
    • know this, for therapeutics depend very much on the age of the person
    • movement and exertion, or inclined to inertia. For personalities with
    • know whether any person you propose to treat, has a keen appetite for
    • have to deal with a person in whom there is too close a connection
    • have had an outline of the way to obtain a view of the sort of person
    • Let us suppose that you are consulted by a person suffering from some
    • themselves more with the physical body. In persons who have restless
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    • understand the individual person out of the whole relationship between
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    • of persons whose profession implies a good deal of motoring or at
    • immobility of the person who, while thus sitting still, is carried
    • disturbed in persons who have not the opportunity to perform their
    • internal movements sufficiently; persons who e.g., do not take
    • health of any local group of persons, the composition of the local
    • are certainly injured in persons who are obliged to do physical work
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    • the plant's effects. But it would be well to test the plant on persons
    • strawberries. In such persons, the amazing value of the wild
    • repeatedly assured me that persons induced to abandon meat food are
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    • achieve in others. Doubtless there are many persons who at present
    • Again, take such persons as are conspicuous for what may be termed
    • mentally inferior, feeble-minded: nevertheless the same person may
    • be a very intelligent person and yet at the same time stupid:
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    • general, however, in all persons who develop their intelligence as
    • interaction of eye and ego, in blind-born persons and in those who had
    • closer to the yellow. In long-sighted persons, on the other hand, the
    • material for a sound judgment of the person's etheric body; the
    • persons with a concurrent tendency to obesity. For it is only in such
    • person's eyes. It is possible to see this if one trains one's
    • formations. This process is of infinite significance. Persons with
    • the tumorous tendencies in thin persons, and counteract the formation
    • The most interesting observations can be made in persons who have been
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    • It is my belief that a personal training which enables us to link up
    • a remarkable measure to the rhythm of human nutrition. Persons who eat
    • kind of activity from that of persons who leave intervals between
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    • consciousness of the person massaged is projected as it were into
    • take the person into a room lit in a certain way, or even expose a
    • of irradiation with colored light, the person is brought into a room
    • not raise the objection that it is useless to bring a blind person
    • is a difference to a blind person, according to whether a room is
    • blind person into a room with blue walls: the effect is to draw or
    • organism. If the same person is taken into a completely red room, the
    • of the organism upon the head function, we should take the person out
    • the ethical standard of the persons concerned — we can admit that
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    • conquered, then that person has gained more for the efficiency of his
    • prompt the inquiry: “what is the temperament of the person in whom
    • the impairment is not an injury to the person in question, because of
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    • In such cases, a person will feel compelled to depict or symbolise the
    • according to their primary causes. To take an example: in all persons
    • remarkable influence (on persons constitutionally so disposed) upon
    • persons the respiratory rhythm is very well regulated and so also is
    • required to affect it. But on persons with an irregularity of this
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    • persons and the sick, it plays an extremely important part.
    • coagulation in other persons does not do so in the case of a
    • hæmophiliac. So the blood of these persons must possess some
    • place in history as personal champions of the fight against
    • could be done more easily in such cases than in persons who are
    • strong will power, and externally by preference, in treating persons
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    • the personal body of the human being — develops by degrees.
    • little can it be said that a person has acquired through heredity the
    • become a person who was perpetually refusing and rejecting everything
    • that approached him, a person utterly without interest in the world
    • But in a grown person the soul-life has become relatively
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    • child, as it were, in snatches, bit by bit. Even the grown person has
    • capable of thinking. One person will have a great wealth of thoughts,
    • occurred to an eccentric person to make a milk jug like an hour glass
    • us suppose then that you have this person who is said to be suffering
    • adopted in our present-day civilisation, the person does the maddest
    • have before them in this mad person! As a matter of fact, it may
    • quite well be that the person who is now passing his life in complete
    • us now imagine, we have such a person before us in childhood. There
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    • across a sunbeaten market square without tottering. A person has not
    • and correct person in every way, and collect postage-stamps; the
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    • such a way. We can say this about the external events; that a person
    • possible for a so-called normal person. And what is the result?
    • realm of living reality, so that the person who listens to the
    • something. Suppose you are a very nervy teacher, a person who is
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    • instance, when we listen to what another person is saying. Having
    • Class, a particularly odd little person. He was at once excited and
    • study, let us say, every possible form of nose! Each person has a
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    • concluding that you will find in such a person a nervous system that
    • verdict! — most persons are highly unskilful. They find it
    • not into the muscles. And a person who sets out to make use of his
    • change. The thoughts a person produces cannot ever be false. It is
    • apathetic, if you are the sort of person who prefers to remain seated
    • and dislikes having to stand up, the sort of person who has not the
    • and by means of baths or lotions. When you give a person medicine to
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    • kleptomania, owing to the hindrances of which we spoke, the person in
    • absolute measurements. If a person who is predisposed to be small
    • person, then he has what is for him a large head. This must not be
    • is going to be a particularly interesting case, and for me personally
    • personality. In course of time he had become less sensitive about his
    • see, in a village, where a person of this kind is regarded with a
    • happens to such persons is that their speech begins to be slovenly.
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    • despite his difficulties. For you must realise that even in persons
    • of persons who were full of promise — persons too of the most
    • person who becomes bald loses a whole cosmos! What we see externally
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    • observation. Each single person who is helping in the work must
    • single human being. One person will have a little more power and
    • is not long, but remarkable for being personal and at the same time
    • disinclination to see in Haeckel a person of any particular
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    • to which he might devote himself in this way. This person
    • person it might take a week, and with another three years, and
    • We remember what such and such a person has done to us,
    • To have “Feeling” in ordinary life is a personal
    • can only describe by saying that such a person is simply
    • revealed through Spiritual Science to which a person can attain
    • happening in a person when he is ill, at the same moment one
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    • he might devote himself in this way. This person would then
    • time depends also on predisposition, for with one person it
    • We remember what such and such a person has done to us, or what
    • ‘Feeling’ in ordinary life is a personal affair,
    • saying that such a person is simply ‘awake;’ he
    • to which a person can attain who can be quite systematically
    • person when he is ill, at the same moment one sees that such
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    • suppose that a person exhibits the opposite condition —
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    • person would investigate this advancement and enlargement of the
    • person under certain conditions, by injection (and, since we are
    • oxide of copper to a person suffering from Graves' disease, the effect
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    • person would investigate this advancement and enlargement of the
    • person under certain conditions, by injection (and, since we are
    • oxide of copper to a person suffering from Graves' disease, the effect
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    • of a particular person, you will find it excusable, if a very natural
    • remarks which might perhaps he thought personal. But it is only too
    • true in these days, that everything personal — which is not
    • to-day not have become public, if the person who made
    • will therefore pardon me, if I make a few remarks of a personal
    • feeling of personal attraction that I was induced to come
    • Science, it was really not any personal attraction that led me
    • person who regards what men say and what men think as the
    • of a free selection of such persons as are actually
    • should feel it their personal duty to speak out, when
    • of an article, a personal service rendered, or a literary or
    • community. And the only practical person to-day, the only
    • person, who is not working in opposition to what nevertheless
    • remarks, which had a somewhat personal tinge, — a
    • person who has spent his life in learning to know the
    • instincts of life, whether a person is talking, not from some
    • health of any persons who might eventually travel on it.
    • But that if, however, there were persons already who were
    • businesses, from the different persons actually engaged in
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture I: The Principle of Spiritual Economy in Connection with Questions of Reincarnation: An Aspect of the Spiritual Guidance of Mankind
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    • preserved, duplicated, and interwoven with the leading personalities
    • person's staying awake continuously had been
    • person's physical life. After the etheric body has been
    • karma of a person demands it or because an individual is
    • is not all that rare, and many a plain person can have an
    • a curious personality of the fifteenth century. Here we can see
    • pioneering personality dies, his or her etheric body is
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture II: Christianity in Human Evolution: Leading Individualities and Avatar Beings
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    • preserved, duplicated, and interwoven with the leading personalities
    • personality is destined to become the forefather of an entire
    • person's etheric body had something like a copy of
    • question would elevate him personally; all the individual
    • individuality had to make a strong personal effort to become
    • personality was the very Melchizedek
    • bodies could be woven into that particular person's
    • personalities had sat — people who could still be cited
    • preserved itself within which one personality is linked back
    • Heliand poem as one of the peculiar personalities
    • into his own etheric body, we can find other personalities in
    • especially in these personalities is that their ego
    • for example, was such a personality. We study his life and cannot,
    • the case of that remarkable personality Elisabeth of
    • your whole soul. She, too, was a personality who had a copy
    • that during this time the most diverse personalities had
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    • preserved, duplicated, and interwoven with the leading personalities
    • remember a personality mentioned in the Bible: Shem, a son of
    • another. The first example is related to the personality who
    • of great significance. It was woven into a personality who
    • as Galileo. And then this very same person became, so to
    • anyone who through his or her personal development had become
    • important personalities of that time. How will a personality
    • personality retains his or her own ego. Ego judgment can
    • of Assisi. There you have a personality into whose astral
    • Franciscans, Dominicans, and all other personalities of that
    • of this knowledge. For example, one of those personalities
    • personal contribution so that either in the present or in a
    • can be woven into their own egos. A person who understands
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    • preserved, duplicated, and interwoven with the leading personalities
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    • preserved, duplicated, and interwoven with the leading personalities
    • personalities.
    • that the astral body of the person to be initiated had
    • wanting to materialize everything. Only the person who frees
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture VI: On the Occasion of the Dedication of the Francis of Assisi Branch
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    • preserved, duplicated, and interwoven with the leading personalities
    • person subscribing to them appear somewhat petty and
    • how to look at him as a person prone to make mistakes —
    • beings begin with their birth. And upon seeing a sick person,
    • to illness.” He sees an old person who no longer is
    • it was to him a personification of all suffering on earth.
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    • preserved, duplicated, and interwoven with the leading personalities
    • authentic evidence to the person capable of seeing into the
    • own narrow, personal existence but also in a symbiosis with
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture VIII: The Event of Golgotha. The Brotherhood of the Holy Grail. The Spiritualized Fire.
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    • preserved, duplicated, and interwoven with the leading personalities
    • back to the large numbers of great personalities who were
    • sensitive soul a sick person and so realized that this is
    • person whose innermost being is pervaded by the power of
    • astral body of Jesus of Nazareth. Many other personalities of
    • person were to get to the bottom of this matter without
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture IX: Ancient Revelation and Learning How to Ask Modern Questions
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    • preserved, duplicated, and interwoven with the leading personalities
    • as well. For especially important personalities, such etheric
    • then imprinted on this personality.
    • of dual personality by this process. It may sound fantastic
    • to the modern mind, but a clairvoyant would see a personality
    • this personality and the higher world. Residing in a human
    • also the etheric body of Shem himself. Any personality that
    • personality with a special mission had to bear within himself
    • communicate with the Semitic people. Such a personality, for
    • light. Many other personalities in the world, such as Columban,
    • centuries. Such a personality was Francis of Assisi. When we
    • these are now no longer the leading personalities.
    • person's education typical for our fifth post-Atlantean
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    • preserved, duplicated, and interwoven with the leading personalities
    • human personality had to develop to such an extent that light
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    • preserved, duplicated, and interwoven with the leading personalities
    • person.
    • personalities who stood out from the masses and to whom
    • of animating the average person's moral sense and vital
    • leading personalities extend into our present time. An
    • of Galileo. And now it happened that a personality, who knew
  • Title: Descriptive Sketches: Lecture I
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    • the person who has been hated or disliked dies, it is often the case
    • and there are a great number of persons who consider it childish to
    • cultivate it in groups, for it is of great importance that persons who
    • death, become acquainted with persons, Anthroposophists, who while
    • clairvoyant vision find persons living between death and a new birth
    • to him in the spiritual world. The child or young person does not
    • which brought you into personal relationship with him. It may be of
    • that a person may be dulled as regards what lies in his
    • When we ourselves observe these worlds and have a little personal
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    • may arise in a person's mind when he gradually sees the importance and
    • the important persons who influenced our civilization during that
    • persons developing here. In so doing we actually influence them, not
    • his ideal a prominent personage on earth and resolved after his birth
    • person he wished to imitate, as he looked down with a certain
    • when it is desired to lead persons to see their earlier incarnations,
    • that is a very rare occurrence, yet there are many persons at the
    • aura of many a grown-up person. The struggles and conflicts it went
    • perhaps be a personal satisfaction to be able to look into that world,
    • concerning certain personalities of the world's history not only
    • mistrust such persons, because in this domain forces may be drawn upon
    • persons who long for it, to Spiritual Science.
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    • today for a person merely to indulge in esoteric speculations; it is
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    • personalities, such a thing could actually become an impulse which
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    • the dream-consciousness. You know that even in a person's dreams
    • have related: that a person thrust his hand into water which was in
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    • is the case today. When the “I” is spoken of today, a person
    • and what he perceives rays in. But the feeling a person has
  • Title: Lecture I: The Balance in the World and Man, Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • personification of the forces which entered into him together with
    • Sphinx. Oedipus is merely a personification, in a very typical form,
    • breathing and the blood. He personifies the nerve-process with its
    • in order that he may become a personality in the real sense. The Ego
  • Title: Lecture III: The Balance in the World and Man, Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • is. One person brings me a five-year-old child and says: There is a man for
    • you! Then another person comes along and points me out a much taller
    • being, who is what is called ‘middle-aged.’ Finally a third person
    • persons a “creepy” feeling. And just because he gets into this
    • recently deceased persons. In the condition in which he is, with his
    • persons. Suppose someone has died only a short time ago leaving debts
    • the person after he has died. We do not of course ordinarily perceive
    • person who owed them three marks. I was filled with compassion and at
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    • the persons represented there belong as such to the physical world,
    • – Maria, Philia, Astrid, Luna – represent personalities
    • personalities in the physical world may take such a form that the
    • In Philia we have a personality
    • feels pulsating within her all that a personality pervaded by love
    • Maria. And again: Astrid represents a personality filled with what
    • These three personalities are not
    • symbolic representation of cruelty. These three personalities are
    • their temperaments. They differ so that one personality is wholly
    • and the natural-ethical harmonizes with the human personality,
    • been able to see that here an entirely artistic personality has
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    • something personal: I would like to say that to me it was always
    • everything standing before us, the persons on the stage, everything
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    • out more from the will, more from the personality whereas with the
    • his first Iphigeneia to be a personal truth: he forged his
    • breathing-rhythm: in a normal person of average age, about 18
    • expression of human personality, the human ego. And this is what
    • inclined towards depth of personality and the life of the
    • as blood and forming the human personality.
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    • personality.
    • feeling of personality – it will exert no crippling effect on
    • was not a personal peculiarity. As regards the words, some of
    • personal experience passes over into a lyrical experience. Here we
    • have a personality whose soul wants to share inwardly with every
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • appearance of the Christ in the person of Jesus of Nazareth. So many
    • the other person concerning things that belong to conscious spiritual
    • person's subconscious, as something which should on no account
    • powerful means; or to see the will-power of one person working
    • influence over another person's Will is through cognition.
    • understanding with another. A person must first translate his wishes
    • into a conceptual form; then they may influence another person's
    • that should rest in the personality, the individuality, of each man
    • must be awakened in each individual as a quite personal concern; and
    • signifies, we must realise that when a person stands before us, his
    • before us in actuality. What the Christ brought about from person to
    • person after the so-called Resurrection was something that worked up
    • accounts, showing how the Christ appeared to one or other person,
    • according to the disposition of the person concerned. Here we see the
    • persons to whom the apostles came had already received the
    • and so must have a personal, inward character, and the
    • that followed the other exercises through which the personal will of
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    • Rosicrucianism. So it is that persons who by means of our
    • we trace out the same idea in Buddhism. There, a person is concerned
    • Whether a person
    • A person who cannot to a certain extent grasp the thought that ‘in
    • understanding, are necessary as a starting-point. A person who never
    • blames others and never himself; a person who is always filled with
    • such a person will find progress particularly difficult. Hence it is
    • every person who fulfils the conditions of a Rosicrucian initiation.
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    • most persons have not been able to attain through their own
    • consciousness itself, or through a person having accepted on one or
    • person who knows nothing of clairvoyant investigation.
    • without special clairvoyant preparation, more and more persons will
    • concerning the Christian mysteries for persons who could not rise by
    • the facts of the Christ-Event. Other persons followed these
    • more and more persons will be able to renew for themselves the
    • feelings an inward relationship to such a person.
    • seem to us quite comprehensible. Perhaps to such a person it would
    • been possible to do this within the personality of an Adept, for an
    • Fall. It was possible only in a personality who was truly man —
    • who, as man, did not surpass other men. This personality had
    • points to two powers in human nature, between which the personal
    • unite the soul with nature? He Who is the personal Christ working in
    • itself stands there as a real fact, the personal historic Christ —
    • person not able to look into the spiritual world can come to
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    • persons will grow up able to look on the Christ. That which has
    • in eminent personalities of pre-Christian times? Was man in
    • post-Christian life. If a person cannot imagine such a thing
    • personality of Jesus of Nazareth, and the Being and Individuality of
    • attention at this juncture to a person's inward attitude
    • Many a person can
    • Matthew communicate it only to such persons as were initiated into
    • different. A person who wishes to become a pupil is slowly and
    • to be communicated to an unripe person through the mouth of another,
    • it would be full of danger for this other person also. For he who had
    • persons, they would have been so distorted that they must have led to
    • misunderstanding of the personality and acts of Apollonius of Tyana.
    • to enter into it: persons in whose souls there is a corresponding
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    • the person concerned.
    • every time a person dies. It would be a remarkable drama if Maya —
    • great Games, which are only caricatured in these days by persons who
    • or that person chooses to interpret this or that saying of the
    • would then turn to man and say: ‘Of the individual person thou
    • suppose that his personal divine spark, with which he connected his
    • the estimation of human personality, and hence that valuation of the
    • personal consciousness is concerned, that he has done nothing
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    • complicated; the truth must be brought directly to each person in the
    • No one, however, should conclude that a person who simply pronounces
    • Many a person who pronounces a word of wisdom which in its proper
    • person may be a mere phrase. We must gather matters for the
    • Leaving such persons aside, we will turn to those who about the
    • persons of our present time who, according to the modern standpoint,
    • when this or that person, who had been deemed worthy, was initiated
    • by the hierophants. Such a person, after he had been prepared for a
    • could fail to recognise in the same form a person previously known.
    • person stands before me. The other members are super-sensible,
    • clairvoyance it seems evident that at death a person simply discards
    • etheric body remain connected during the person's review of his
    • person has laid aside his physical body, with its substances and
    • clairvoyant follows the person further through the Kamaloka period,
    • physical eye sees are the physical substances which a person eats and
    • ourselves: Every person who stands before us on the physical plane
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    • possible that such a person might reflect: ‘Yes, if I am to
    • you are he, you experience him, you are the person ‘Smith’.
    • person has an experience, but he does not become conscious of it
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    • disciples, and all those persons of whom the same is told, could see
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    • possible for persons to be regarded as great theologians when they
    • altogether his connection with the Macrocosm. Such a person believes
    • personal affair only. Redemption must come about through an
    • we were speaking of a false path, but so that a person saw
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    • own times, a person who desired to come to a super-sensible experience
    • person concerned should gaze upon the plant, which grows out of the
    • A person who
    • the physical world!’ A person who permeates himself with this
    • been able to reach the height I have attained.’ When the person
    • A person has done
    • concerning only his personal inner life. The Oriental makes what is
    • be felt as something that leads a person on through successive
    • feel something within me which is connected with my personal ego.
    • those persons in whom higher faculties have awakened will look upon
    • and a new birth. But whether a person is living in a physical body,
    • For a person who looks upon it unprepared, when his powers have been
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    • (Spirits of Personality). They are Beings who instead of furthering
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    • of the underlying spiritual world invisible to him. The personal
    • with personality. It has already been indicated that these are
    • something that will be to his personal advantage! If you sum up all
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    • The Third Person is the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is the same for
    • as the Second Divine Person, or as the Son of God, as the Highest
    • pantheistic sense, but as a Being far more personal and individual
    • than the human personality, the human individuality. It must be firmly
    • Personality. The Gospel expresses this, too, in a glorious, most
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    • of movement assume a personal nature of will. The will now becomes
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    • of personal judgment is not ripe until the fourteenth or fifteenth year.
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    • civilized world so objectively that we can bear the whole impersonal
    • or of all that is connected with the personality and divinity of
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    • a case however the person in question is not practical through
    • construction; but whether the sick person gets worse, whether
    • person must one be today if one wishes to pursue some calling
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    • which I should like to put before you, two personalities who
    • gifted personalities. We shall then see that anthroposophy does
    • in each case study the whole personality. In Goethe we have an
    • personality who is able to behold the spiritual through
    • study them in the children. Why is it that a person has short
    • outward sign that such a person is able to bring to harmonious
    • Such a personality, standing so harmoniously in life and
    • spite of this a strong personality is shown in the way he holds
    • their appearance in the course of life. Such a person is
    • a personality whom I knew very well indeed in his present
    • These showed themselves through the fact that this personality
    • in the case of such a personality who has very much in him
    • of things are bound up with such a personality in his life here
    • of teeth and puberty. He then became a personality with
    • personality when he enters his thirties and should then develop
    • full development. For with this personality the fact that he
    • enables the person in question to live to a ripe old age. But
    • is at this point of time that one must look back on a person's
    • his karma, we find that this particular personality might
    • participate personally in any way during the last days of
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    • authority of the personality of the teacher and educator.
    • the same way as to a grown-up person; but we must nevertheless
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    • average person, but one even below average. In short, we must
    • would be possible to cite many a distinguished personality who
    • not healthy in the physical organism of the person in question.
    • whether by and large he is the kind of personality who is able
    • kind of a person one is, that is the point. If a candidate in
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    • whole personality of the teacher, works in hundreds of unseen
    • others unless one speaks out of personal experience. While
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    • which enables one person to speak to another. There is a means
    • of communication. We can impart to another person the content
    • Alcibiades simply as personalities, allowing what belongs
    • further into the lives of these historical personalities
    • personalities complete in themselves; or comprehensive
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    • Dada. The Dada shows the way: through his personality he
    • personality who held the post of professor of eloquence. But he
    • books. This happens in a quite external way, and the person
    • no longer personally bound up with what he does. Gradually a
    • the director of a bank still impressed into it a personal
    • he still lived with it as a personality. In this connection I
    • we see how the personality at that time still made itself felt,
    • personality, there is now the joint-stock company. Man no
    • longer stands as a personality in the centre of things. If one
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    • at once. Through listening like this to the person who uses
    • give any guarantee for public life that a person can recover
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    • whole person, for the activity of the senses as such is really
    • theory and the Ding-dong theory. But a person can only be
    • and one's desire to excite fear in another person by making the
    • “A” — reverence. When a person makes a
    • You have to accept another person's statement in order to
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    • very famous educator of a still more famous personality of
    • to-day once boasted that he had educated this person on this
    • still better-known personality wishing to emphasize this
    • into your own personal habits.
    • from the very horror which many a person still remembers. Yet
    • person revealed. People to-day, of course, are inwardly
    • personalities, to nothing less than our language. And it
    • his personality, we shall speak in our next lecture.
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    • letters! In short, the portrait of this personality in its
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    • reading passage, that is, first to introduce the person
    • know what person with a normal human intelligence does not know
    • self-satisfied the person is in these days, who has learnt
    • activity.” After such a person has long held forth on the
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    • turned according to personal points of view.
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    • personally here and there.
    • solemn or stodgy person, to be no longer able to behave like a
    • thirty years), to be always only a composed and rigid person,
    • childhood in every personal experience, in every new knowledge
    • childhood if you are a person who relates a newly learned fact
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    • the child to impersonal sentences. They contain more activity
    • impersonal sentences. Then Franz Brentano occupied himself with
    • concerning subject-less or impersonal sentences like “it
    • sentence; in the English sentence, if the first person is
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    • different person from a child who has not done these things.
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    • responsible for producing this feeling in a person. When,
    • “Take a person employed in some business; he is told to
    • person will not just superficially concoct a letter with half
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    • nourishment and the care of personal health. Precisely in this
    • breathing connected with the care of personal health. You will
    • proceeds from a rationalized knowledge of how to take personal
    • between the human soul and the plant world. The person who
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    • “If I may now say a few personal words in conclusion. I
    • should like to say this: For me personally this Waldorf School
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    • that it is a different sleep from that of the grown-up person. What
    • purely personal nature. The moment you have such thoughts the very
    • basis of this spirit of personality is of less effect. In that moment
    • all that enhances a personal spirit is damped down, all that man
    • quenched this personal spirit, then, as you enter the classroom, it
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    • has that he is a personality. We have our separate consciousness of
    • personality because the antipathy which lies below the threshold of
    • personalities from the action which we intend to perform. But the
    • nature, a mystery which can be felt by any person of perception, but
    • opponent in the person of Eduard Hanslick of Vienna, who looked upon
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    • because in the course of his life he has united his personal feeling
    • really telling us about the feelings which he personally has been able
    • they sound concrete and personal. Whilst with those who have ceased to
    • child with the life in the body of an old person. By means of this
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    • memory. What then can we do? Naturally we cannot demand that a person
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    • uttering conclusions nor could he understand what another person said
    • mortal.” Caius is indeed the most famous logical personality. Now
    • another; I am really looking at one single person who is coming out
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    • person much inferior in cleverness, or even in goodness, can educate
    • of personality, the independent impulse of will. We must meet all this
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    • really stop working. When a lazy person sleeps it is not because he
    • works too little, for a lazy person has to move his legs all day long,
    • a lazy person does something. From an external point of view he really
    • does no less than an industrious person — but he does it without
    • difference. Senseless activities such as a lazy person carries on are
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    • by such a personality as Huxley — it was the great service it
    • contemplate the eye or the ear of an older person. For the child is
    • scientific discovery — and, forgive the personal allusion, but
    • grown-up person. Perhaps it will take the form of a great love and
    • attachment felt for some grown-up person. But we must understand how
    • their personality which blesses. The whole course of a man's life is
    • person, or it may have been unconscious on the part of teacher and
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    • much as my personality differs from the reflection I see in the
    • person would say: Someone has walked here.
    • every person can observe the transits of Venus. — They are
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    • Observe a concrete instance of this: take a person who has charge of
    • the nurture of a very young child, perhaps a tiny baby; a person with
    • his own world of inner experience. Let us suppose the person m charge
    • sadness becomes a habitual and continuous state, the sorrowful person
    • find consolation in a view of the universe when his personal situation
    • instinctive in every person who has the nurture of a child entrusted
    • to the world in the person of the child which we contemplate every
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    • this process of getting smaller. The person referred to subsequently
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    • We must be able to enter more and more into what is personal and
    • personality. To-day many people say you must educate individually.
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    • School as a kind of crank hobby, a vagary, something made by a person
    • form of rascality. There is something lovable about a person who is
    • average person. Thus it is very important for him to develop this
    • another on a person.
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    • physical health in the hands of a person who is not a member of the
    • and delivered it to the baker.’ A person giving such an account
    • neither is it an art of dance. When a person sings or speaks he
    • whether I say to a person: Come to me (commandingly), or: Come to me
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    • a person who knows nothing of all this, who knows nothing of it, that
    • no person, not even to a philosopher, does this two legged being of
    • confronting a new person.
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    • The person
    • who has developed an ability to observe knows that when a person has
    • between the manner in which a person controls the mechanics of the arm
    • soul-spiritual qualities which a person portrays proceed from the whole
    • concurrently and you can tell by looking at the person — that
    • a person makes an “E”, for example, the important thing is
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    • are performed, they are an expression for the human being as a person.
    • The entire individual person is thereby expressed.
    • notice for example that some child, for that matter a grown up person,
    • cannot express himself properly as a person. He is somehow inhibited
    • hygienic or therapeutic reasons that the person learn to walk better,
    • than it should be in that person. Then one must attempt to have this
    • person learn to step out again, and by having him do this exercise,
    • one will be certain to attain one's goal. Then the person will have
    • the person is tired by walking, one has to do with the
    • “U”-exercise. When the person walks clumsily or when as
    • had here in front of you a really corpulent person. If a child or grown-up
    • dynamic tendencies at work in making a person obese is in fact carried
    • have the person practise only so long as he can without sweating heavily
    • must try to conduct the exercise so that the person can always rest
    • that the person concerned, the person who carries out these things in
    • effective one should make the person doing it aware as well that he
    • reveals man as a person, the “U” reveals man as man, the
    • will follow the various workings further. If you have a person with
    • and such like, you will be able to bring this person to normal breathing
    • in this way as well. And then one will notice that when a person's
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    • The person who sets himself the task of observing speech will see that
    • the sound we use therapeutically when a person cannot stand. You saw
    • the import of the inner being of the sound. For the person who looks
    • which are otherwise spread out over the entire person — are to
    • truly so: the person who understands that developing oneself spiritually
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    • the person with whom one hopes to accomplish something by means of the
    • evident to the person who knows the physiological connections between
    • were to practise this R with a person for a few minutes — one
    • complete human beings and, at the same time, reserved persons.
    • a person exert himself mentally (geistig) and then allows him
    • a proper recuperation. But that isn't true at all! If a person does
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    • it is usually assumed when a person produces an expression of will or
    • the other person, this exerting of one's concentration on him combined
    • one healthy person?
    • person omit the E-movement with the arms. This movement is especially
    • your own movement in the other person and accompany it with the O position
    • out the O movement with the arms one can have a healthy person participate,
    • left-sided person whosoever. That is not the case.
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    • very exactly. What is happening? A poem is recited. The person who does
    • the person who is not reciting. What does he do when he listens? He
    • only much more weakly — when the person is asleep and has left
    • one has a person demonstrating in a heightened manner the movements
    • necessary to study the person while asleep; one can study the etheric
    • growing person as it occurs naturally. You are calling upon the forces
    • of growth in the human being. You are working directly into the person's
    • forces of growth. If the person is still a child and shows signs of
    • If the person is no longer a child, and the forces of growth have already
    • diminished, or if the person is actually in the second half of his life,
    • the fully-grown person the inner organism presents too great a resistance
    • first instance as curative eurythmy; nevertheless, in the moment a person
    • becomes internally a better breather, a better person, if I may express
    • a person who has his whole organism more within his own discretion.
    • He becomes an inwardly more agile person. And to become a true artist
    • vowels are spoken. When a person listens to vowels — which occurs
    • for this person, or when one has him carry out such movements, in which
    • the normal person listening to vowels those movements of the the etheric
    • now you have the person doing eurythmy carry out in turn those movements
    • the limb-metabolic system that is engaged. The person wants to move
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    • the liver, and so on. When a person does consonantal eurythmy, it is
    • excretion of urine. When in the case of persons predisposed to this
    • to hear Mechthild von Magdeburg or Saint Theresa described as personalities
    • carried out outwardly in movements in the person doing eurythmy as well.
    • person doing it: make very clear to yourself what you hear outwardly!
    • of the person in whose healing one is attempting to be of assistance
    • to the person, what the welfare of the movement may entail; that the
    • personal aspirations. People will make it difficult, but it must be
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    • say we have a person with weak peristalsis, who is somewhat inclined
    • into consideration. How often one hears: this person has an irregularly
    • would have to say of a person who had broken his nose, that he had suffered
    • as one would with a person who walks asymmetrically, for example, or
    • as possible during the day. When the person is still growing this can
    • which a person walks, it could even bring good results to have him do
    • the obese person whom you treat with the O-form: “think of your
    • such a way that the person in question should continually feel them,
    • can one allow persons who are pregnant or who have gynaecological
    • curative eurythmy. Naturally when the person cannot move at all, eurythmy
    • symptoms; but under the circumstances the person cannot carry them out.
    • even the eyes when it is necessary, certain things that a person with
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    • belong to that type of person who is constantly originating all sorts
    • know of a journalist — I am not personally acquainted with him,
    • continued up to the age of ninety. The personality can find expression
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    • there are persons who at a later age are weak-minded, one can be sure
    • their bodies for producing their own fat. You see, a person who eats
    • does go beyond, it goes over into the human being. And the person may
    • who simply cannot live if they don't have meat. A person must consider
    • vegetarianism! It must always be first established whether a person is
    • spreads out. One might think, therefore, that if a person eats plenty
    • necessary. And actually, if a person does eat such enormous and
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    • have become an exceptionally clever person, so clever that you are
    • Thursday — that is especially valuable to us. If a person wants to
    • naturally the farmers haven't known the reason. Every older person
    • some fresh air in here!” No! a person has strong lungs if he is so
    • person is not the one who can't bear anything but the one who can!
    • person who can endure all possible hardships is the one who has been
    • potato diet for that! Because a person who eats potatoes is constantly
    • reason, Perhaps I should mention that this person has never smoked and
    • Dr. Steiner: So — I understand you to say that this person became
    • of a person in such a way that his arteries in general become
    • seem a little farfetched, but a person who has a tendency to hay fever
    • every single person. No two persons have arteriosclerosis alike;
    • be in the book: “a person needs from one hundred and twenty to one
    • Of course, gentlemen, when a person has diabetes, that is obviously a
    • different situation. The sugar illness, diabetes, shows that a person
    • any other person who writes for a profession — loves coffee, quite
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    • a person creates a work of art, he creates out of his mental image.
    • to a blind person following an operation to restore his sight, so the
    • a person is illuminated by light, he casts a shadow on the wall. The
    • shadow is not the actual person. In the same way, music produced in
    • etheric body. A person is musically creative or sensitive to music
    • reverberate. From this reverberation a person experiences pleasure,
    • astral body. This pleasurable feeling is strongest when a person is
    • etheric body continuously resounds in the astral body. When a person
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    • person who, until now, had not advanced beyond the lower state of
    • person has been initiated, has undergone initiation, he becomes
    • are not based on personal experiences of the reality of the world.
    • and is not experienced personally by him. All descriptions that do
    • element of music, an ocean of tones. A musical person is one whose
    • being of man. As long as a person is not yet initiated, his homeland,
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    • here on earth; speaking is the bridge between two persons. Soul
    • way in which he formulates the language of his poems. A person who
    • the ground is not the person, but it must be there so that the person
    • the ground for the person who stands on it. Tone rushes toward air,
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    • transporting quality. Such music made a person feel as if he were
    • musical composition, he becomes a totally different person. He will
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    • also be individualized. Each person has his own experience regarding
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    • consciously.” A person who, through a special initiation, had
    • century A.D. a person who can discern
    • ancient, great personalities of the dawning Greek culture, whose
    • so far as they were initiated into the mysteries, these personalities
    • personal pervading them but as something they accomplished in their
    • shaken we are able to feel what a profound person could feel in
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    • right-minded, educated person in the modern world. We are reminded
    • with the task of murdering certain persons named by very secret and
    • such and such a person. The murder was committed on the orders of
    • violent death of such persons as would be equipped after their death
    • personalities are trained to be mediums, put into a mediumistic
    • yonder world a person killed by a deed of violence, turns to account
    • as the actual necessities are concerned, they act like persons who
    • trusts you, he will often speak of what he, or some other person, has
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    • person to be led to the higher stages of spiritual experience before
    • beings. No matter whether a person sees the pictures of the world of
    • ‘possessors’ of the Word, because such persons would have
    • based upon the communications of persons endowed with Imaginative
    • always belonged to the preceding incarnations of the person in
    • to a human personality and his former incarnations as inscribed in
    • personality only and the other who describes the etheric body are
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    • their lives in accordance with its presentation of the personality
    • everywhere there are ‘degrees of knowledge’. One person in a
    • capacities; we call him a person of low intelligence. But these
    • personality who, in the Gospel of St. Luke, is referred to as Simeon
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    • being. This man may well become a personality of importance, for the
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    • person of our time, the astral sheath would not be suitable for
    • this kind of thing, but not man. And if you hear of some personality
    • times. Think of some personality in ancient India: he incarnated
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    • Buddhism streamed into and worked in the personality born as the
    • of Zarathustra incarnated again and again in other personalities, for
    • attachment to the Individuality (not the personality) of Zarathustra
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    • and to keep the person concerned at that stage. They have a firm hold
    • Hebrews there were personalities who could not themselves, as human
    • it was to represent the ‘Law’. A personality such as Buddha
    • be said about a personality such as his?
    • personality; one part of their being was in the earthly personality
    • this nature. Only part of his being was present in his personality on
    • into his physical body. He must therefore be called a personality
    • as ecstatic personalities whose utterances far surpass anything that might
    • account for its actions. The Spirit lives in the personality and is
    • sustained from outside. From time to time such personalities withdraw
    • into solitude; the part of the Ego needed by the personality
    • present in his personality; they were manifestations of
    • what matters is that each one of you, through his own personal
    • given by ‘seers’. Such persons were able to perceive the
    • there lived a man known as John the Baptist. Such a person would not,
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    • personal’ expression; the same applies to his feelings. Both feeling
    • and will are at man's personal disposal. Hence the individual
    • are personal, we immediately come into something universal when we
    • Luciferic influence, became flesh in a single personality, descended
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    • the writer of St. Luke's Gospel tells us about the personality and
    • from the Akashic Chronicle.’ Another person may, for instance, be
    • how long the person concerned would have lived if he had made no
    • another person, and that she cannot be healed independently of that
    • certain connection existed with another personality — a
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    • that he must judge according to facts, not according to his personal
    • costs adhere to their personal inclinations and the traditional
    • not an individual will become Christian does not depend upon his personal
    • aside personal inclinations and judge according to the necessity of
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    • for three years on the Earth in the one single Personality. It was
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    • soul. But mostly one's own personality, the Self, is simply not
    • all kinds of things had already been discussed. One person started to
    • the latter part of the nineteenth century. A person might, for
    • If I may once again introduce a personal note. I had to find a
    • been created by no less a person than Goethe, and when it was as
    • dying person. It is very moving, very magnificent. I have spoken
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    • evident that they sought to have two conceptions of every person. The
    • Thus it was necessary to have two images of each person. However,
    • most of the members dispensed with the image of the real person and
    • contrast to meet these leading personalities in the flesh. But the
    • tremendous communal spirit in which every single person felt himself
    • and, second, that the innermost part of a person's being is connected
    • things which require a historical basis. When a person thinks only of
    • from the average person of today. One may work on a concept and
    • human beings are now being born who can recall personally what we
    • was less frightening because Blavatsky was a chaotic personality who
    • is why I said that her personality is psychologically even more
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    • inspector for the whole country. And thus a person who a short while
    • intensively enough to satisfy the emotional needs of a person, so
    • personality rather than from ancient writings.
    • certainly no logician. While she was able to use her personality to
    • apparently purely personal matters.
    • outside. The person who pushed them in deceived Blavatsky and the
    • clever person today, anyone with healthy common sense, will say
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    • concerned first with her personality as such. The other aspect is the
    • personality made a certain impression on a large number of people.
    • when a person encounters a word it is very tempting for him to seek a
    • for the anti-christian outlook of these two personalities. But to
    • knowledge than any educated person of the eleventh, twelfth or
    • about Christ; at most they speak about the personality of Jesus. Thus
    • education. The things which a modern person can learn there are
    • the simplest country person can experience, could never be satisfied
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    • found in this field today. It needs to be emphasized that a person
    • with a personality who, however she was prompted, nevertheless was
    • audience of which only one person — no more! — is still
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    • that leading personalities in the Theosophical Society, and Annie
    • One person who was very active in such societies was Franz Hartmann.
    • Judge originated with persons who really had reached a higher stage
    • about was of no personal concern; that he did not believe it, did not
    • faculties. The first person says: It is no business of mine be it
    • personal aspirations, purely personal sympathies and antipathies, are
    • lives. That person knows a lot!” And this is precisely what
    • That Bhagavan Das was a very esoteric man, a person who drew his
    • purely on personal considerations. Such things demonstrate how the
    • personal element is introduced into impulses which should be
    • Indeed, there is no particular need to change one's personal
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    • moment of our lives. Anthroposophia is actually an invisible person
    • person, as someone with a real existence, who should be consulted in
    • invisible person.
    • with the person Anthroposophia. That Anthroposophia should be seen as
    • to the invisible person I have just spoken about. That commitment has
    • anthroposophy in the hope that there might be a party or a person who
    • possible. In our time each person who is a member of a society like
    • they can call on for support when it matters. But if a person has
    • independently minded person.
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    • if we were to say that there was a person called Goethe who wrote a
    • the person standing at the laboratory bench only creates the
    • person, Julius Robert Mayer.
    • Thus a modern person made a tremendous discovery without in any
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    • complementary. For reality can be apprehended only by the person who
    • thinking, feeling, practical persons, are we not prepared to
    • though in the personified or symbolic forms revealed through old
    • understanding of man who shall work as a fully integrated person
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    • Chaldean Mysteries. In those days they saw a person sitting, for
    • on what a person may experience in dreamless sleep because, as a
    • takes place. Because he is a sensible person, as sober and sensible
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    • person loses consciousness he is not firmly anchored. If he suffers a
    • person as before. If we attain this state in full, clear
    • the body, we are then able to follow a person who has passed through
    • life. Strader is a poetic, non-realistic portrait of a personality
    • meantime the real person who had changed his rôle from monk to
    • impression created by his personality was far more real. His life and
    • historical person. In the course of their investigations they
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    • he knew personally in life. But he experiences them below the
    • orthodox medicine. We fully accept its findings. When a person
    • begin. From the spiritual standpoint we would say that such a person
    • scale-pan. The state of disbalance in a person who has developed such
    • same relationship to botany and zoology as he has to some personality
    • Bernard of Chartres, Alanus ab Insulis. These personalities were
    • illustrious personality known to the world as John of Hanville.
    • enter into the spiritual outlook of such personalities, we find
    • personality such as Alanus ab Insulis was still able to present such
    • held with such personalities as Joachim of Fiore and Alanus ab
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    • spiritual knowledge, the whole force of our personality must now
    • cannot prepare a person for spiritual perception by external means;
    • personalities such as Brunetto Latini or Alanus ab Insulis, not
    • personality such as Brunetto Latini in the spiritual world. But if we
    • returning without hindrance to the spiritual world with the person in
    • person's acquaintance and later have an opportunity of speaking
    • this person; he must retreat to a distance where he is almost out of
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    • person undertakes serious spiritual training which unlocks the doors
    • course of these lectures I have spoken of personalities who
    • of other personalities of the ninth to the twelfth centuries
    • and even of the thirteenth century. Each of these personalities was
    • person who wishes to investigate the history of mankind from the
    • must be as personal as our relationship to our fellowmen in the
    • possible a personal touch.
    • much less need for the Initiate to enter personally or individually
    • personal experience. In this case, the personal experience is
    • personality. On the other hand, when we wish to make spiritual
    • contact with a personality such as Brunetto Latini, or with those who
    • immediate need to exchange ideas and opinions with them personally,
    • encounter personally the discarnate souls of that epoch. One
    • he wishes to encounter personally those who belong to this epoch. And
    • to confront a personality such as Brunetto Latini just as a
    • and Giotto. We feel we would like to know personally precisely those
    • given in encyclopaedias about these personalities. And with all
    • context it is most important to be in touch with those personalities
    • be communicated through many a personality who, to clairvoyant
    • spiritual vision, we meet with many personalities who are
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    • human beings. We can then discover personalities who once lived on
    • how these things arise. You may perhaps say that this is a personal
    • interpretation. But in this case the personal element is, in fact,
    • happening in the person who is ill, because his Ego and astral body
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    • described. They belong to the realm that is perceived by the person
    • person who looks at anatomy from this standpoint, he must harbour no
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    • complementary. For reality can be apprehended only by the person who
    • thinking, feeling, practical persons, are we not prepared to
    • though in the personified or symbolic forms revealed through old
    • understanding of man who shall work as a fully integrated person
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    • Chaldean Mysteries. In those days they saw a person sitting, for
    • on what a person may experience in dreamless sleep because, as a
    • takes place. Because he is a sensible person, as sober and sensible
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    • person loses consciousness he is not firmly anchored. If he suffers a
    • person as before. If we attain this state in full, clear
    • the body, we are then able to follow a person who has passed through
    • life. Strader is a poetic, non-realistic portrait of a personality
    • meantime the real person who had changed his rôle from monk to
    • impression created by his personality was far more real. His life and
    • historical person. In the course of their investigations they
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    • he knew personally in life. But he experiences them below the
    • orthodox medicine. We fully accept its findings. When a person
    • begin. From the spiritual standpoint we would say that such a person
    • scale-pan. The state of disbalance in a person who has developed such
    • same relationship to botany and zoology as he has to some personality
    • Bernard of Chartres, Alanus ab Insulis. These personalities were
    • illustrious personality known to the world as John of Hanville.
    • enter into the spiritual outlook of such personalities, we find
    • personality such as Alanus ab Insulis was still able to present such
    • held with such personalities as Joachim of Fiore and Alanus ab
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    • spiritual knowledge, the whole force of our personality must now
    • cannot prepare a person for spiritual perception by external means;
    • personalities such as Brunetto Latini or Alanus ab Insulis, not
    • personality such as Brunetto Latini in the spiritual world. But if we
    • returning without hindrance to the spiritual world with the person in
    • person's acquaintance and later have an opportunity of speaking
    • this person; he must retreat to a distance where he is almost out of
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    • person undertakes serious spiritual training which unlocks the doors
    • course of these lectures I have spoken of personalities who
    • of other personalities of the ninth to the twelfth centuries
    • and even of the thirteenth century. Each of these personalities was
    • person who wishes to investigate the history of mankind from the
    • must be as personal as our relationship to our fellowmen in the
    • possible a personal touch.
    • much less need for the Initiate to enter personally or individually
    • personal experience. In this case, the personal experience is
    • personality. On the other hand, when we wish to make spiritual
    • contact with a personality such as Brunetto Latini, or with those who
    • immediate need to exchange ideas and opinions with them personally,
    • encounter personally the discarnate souls of that epoch. One
    • he wishes to encounter personally those who belong to this epoch. And
    • to confront a personality such as Brunetto Latini just as a
    • and Giotto. We feel we would like to know personally precisely those
    • given in encyclopaedias about these personalities. And with all
    • context it is most important to be in touch with those personalities
    • be communicated through many a personality who, to clairvoyant
    • spiritual vision, we meet with many personalities who are
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    • human beings. We can then discover personalities who once lived on
    • how these things arise. You may perhaps say that this is a personal
    • interpretation. But in this case the personal element is, in fact,
    • happening in the person who is ill, because his Ego and astral body
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    • described. They belong to the realm that is perceived by the person
    • person who looks at anatomy from this standpoint, he must harbour no
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    • different for the person who is in these first stages of
    • goes to sleep. Of course the person who does not acquire
    • person at the first stages of initiation, bringing back with
    • A person who
    • — please do not misunderstand the word. When a person
    • person who is speaking out of the spirit of spiritual
    • a more impersonal grasp of the truths of spiritual life than
    • occasionally nowadays that we notice a person reverting from
    • a person's mind can revert from the materialistic role of today.
    • what a person who goes inside it experiences in the innermost
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    • as the personification of absolute chastity, since unchastity
    • him out of and beyond the narrow limits of ordinary personal
    • personal sphere into those spheres where the personal element
    • everyday life we must, of course, cultivate the personal
    • spiritual science, all personal willing and feeling is
    • changed into something impersonal if we take hold of
    • personal feelings and over the weight of personal feelings
    • and over the weight of personal matters in life is of immense
    • spiritual, becomes entangled again in the merely personal
    • will and purpose of human beings, and if personal matters
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    • the right idea of what a person experiences when he enters
    • we think about it. If we go through all a person has to go
    • superficial person could maintain that it is not proper
    • brotherliness if it does not agree with a person's freedom.
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    • close, the essential thing was that a person experienced a
    • describe. Only a person who can read is capable of following
    • laid down in these strange signs. A person who cannot read
    • phenomena are concerned. A person who can read, however,
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    • saying relatively, of course — for a person to take up
    • bring certain impulses to life in us that a person of today
    • hardly possesses at all. A present-day person expects it to
    • a person's soul, if we want to get to know it from inside, as
    • person, as he appears in the external world, cannot teach at
    • all, nor can the person who stands before us, externally, as
    • their way of saying that when a person has been working in an
    • person who has had all kinds of connections with modern
    • Spiritual science proves that even if a person grows old
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    • ancient Saturn period the Spirits of Personality, the Primal
    • is certainly a vital one for every feeling person, if his
    • something absurd. A person does exactly the same thing as far
    • this person in the cart, and drawing him along behind them.
    • compared to the statement of the person who denies that the
    • because a person who bases himself on our world outlook, must
    • person — these truths which the materialistic outlook
    • person exhales, disperses and dissolves and has no further
    • significance. But it has significance for a person who
    • moral or immoral conduct of the person. A person's moral or
    • breath of a person who is morally inclined is quite different
    • from the breath of a person who is inclined to immorality.
    • A person is
    • people can question how much personal progress we have made
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    • inside out like a glove. But when a person turns a glove
    • person means manas, another person buddhi and a third person
    • For although this experiencing of a person's own sense organs
    • When a person
    • each person can work on himself; and it is not a good thing
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    • in fact, it happens often — that a person has not enough
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    • would always be in a state of unconsciousness: just as a person
    • not glowing gases. That can be proved. The persons to whom I gave
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    • perfect person is descended from the small, imperfect person? It
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    • up.) And now the Chinese person knows: there are two sounds here, say
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    • there are persons who at a later age are weak-minded, one can be sure
    • You see, a person who eats only plant fats — well, either he's
    • being. And the person may be weaker than if he were on a diet of just
    • are people who simply cannot live if they don't have meat. A person
    • vegetarianism! It must always be first established whether a person
    • that if a person eats plenty of protein, he will be a well-nourished
    • is necessary. And actually, if a person does eat such enormous and
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    • Imagine that you have become an exceptionally clever person, so
    • to us. If a person wants to keep himself healthy, it is really
    • older person knows that when he was a young fellow, everything that
    • No! a person has strong lungs if he is so conditioned that he can
    • endure any kind of air. The toughened-up person is not the one who
    • up when he is not able to stand anything; the person who can endure
    • to thank the potato diet for that! Because a person who eats potatoes
    • there some other reason? Perhaps I should mention that this person
    • that this person became afflicted with arteriosclerosis when he was
    • arteriosclerosis takes hold of a person in such a way that his
    • — it may seem a little farfetched, but a person who has a
    • different in every single person. No two persons have
    • the book: “a person needs from one hundred and twenty to one
    • Of course, gentlemen, when a person has diabetes, that
    • shows that a person has lost his instinct for nutrition.
    • that the journalist — or any other person who writes for a
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    • that if they bury some small thing belonging to a sick person
    • such people personally. I knew one person who, at the time the
    • dead — are forgotten today! In earlier times there were persons
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    • sense of smell find persons who have run away after committing some
    • Think of an adult person with a child in front of him.
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    • cleverness. Such a person would talk in an interesting way. A
    • premonition which the person himself has about the weather that
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    • suddenly erupt fire — like a moody, hysterical person! If the
    • independently thinking person? And yet it is slightly ridiculous to
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    • as stupid as someone who would say that when a person eats a piece of
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    • As every reasonable person will admit, those few human
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 1: The Mission of Spiritual Science
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    • interesting personality and see what he makes of questions concerning the
    • — a personality who lived at the dawn of modern spiritual life and was
    • outside a small circle. In his time there were many persons who retained, as
    • to find attached to a personality all the petty details of everyday life that
    • Bohemia, we have a personality of outstanding importance from this historical
    • it is spiritual. Clearly, he had no means of finding persons who themselves
    • now be inclined to ask: Are there — can there be — any persons
    • whole force of his personality to wrest his way from the sense-world to the
    • personal reply to Kant. He emphasises that anyone who asserts the existence
    • receptivity was quite different in the past. A person was satisfied then if
    • sank into a person's soul, secrets of human nature were shown to him. When he
    • the Middle Ages, we find certain outstanding persons saying: we have certain
    • Right up to modern times, a person had only one means of grasping the
    • this can lead a person on by stages into the spiritual world. Then, when he
    • person with his ordinary reason. The spiritual researcher is now again in a
    • the initiate should be a trustworthy person, and it will then be justified to
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    • into a world of light and colour, so it is with a person whose hidden
    • designated by the name which a person can bestow on no-one but himself. The
    • joy and sorrow, of instinct, desire and passion. Let us look at a person on a
    • so is still its slave. In a person who stands higher we find that his Ego has
    • the difference between two persons: two teachers, let us say. One of them has
    • different. Life shows us that a person who is unable to flare up with anger
    • person who educates himself through noble anger will have a heart abounding
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    • opinions depend on our personal standpoint, our habits of mind and our
    • away from ourselves and see clearly how much depends on our personal point of
    • personal standpoint or point of departure influences his views, he will
    • what extent their views are restricted by their personal
    • imposed by our personal characteristics.
    • love of truth for the sake of one's own personality leads to intolerance and
    • through personal effort only by beings capable of thought. Inasmuch as truth
    • Epimeleia complains that the person she loves is the very one to seek her
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    • look up to revered persons, and to gaze with heartfelt devotion at things
    • development in later life. A person will always gratefully remember those
    • personality of whom everyone spoke with devotion and reverence. A feeling of
    • personality whom he was meeting for the first time, after having heard him
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    • Indeed, we feel that character is inseparable from a person's whole being,
    • the Ego on the three soul-members sets its stamp on man's entire personality
    • as he stands before us, and how personality is outwardly revealed.
    • we must above all closely observe man's personal development between birth
    • how even eminent personalities can go wrong in judging character. There are
    • honour Winckelmann as a great personality — we look repeatedly and
    • during a person's life between birth and death.
    • this knowledge, we must be clear that personal life goes through four typical
    • working to develop a person's character through free intercourse with the
    • into words their personal egoistic feelings and reinforcing them with this
    • chief outer expression. If a person finds it particularly difficult to bring
    • person has experienced in the Sentient Soul can be taken through the gate of
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    • according to the preconceptions of one person or another. An objective,
    • other to his attention, whether through another person or through some
    • the source of this attitude? It arises because a person of this type rejects
    • is, of practising asceticism in the true sense. A person prompted by the
    • foundation of trust is lacking and a person allows himself to be stirred by
    • Whenever a person accepts something in blind faith without resolving to work
    • person's will instead of his own, he will gradually lose those healthy
    • person who is unwilling to test inwardly, with his reason, what he is told;
    • of self-preservation made a person refuse to develop these forces because he
    • did not want to develop them; in the other case a person did not absolutely
    • level, at the old standpoint. But let us suppose a case where a person really
    • and worthily. A person will then be guided to develop his inner forces only
    • then, we are concerned with how a person has to work on himself — as is
    • If a person
    • may do him great harm. A person can develop all sorts of faculties and powers
    • requires a person to cleanse and purify his thinking, feeling and willing, so
    • suppression of bodily functions, draws a person out of the world, tends to
    • person has this feeling about vegetarianism, it will not bring him the
    • This, however, is a path of deception, for directly a person closes off his
    • ground of reality. Through it a person can develop his own faculties and
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    • his own advantage and the enhancement of his own personality, while its
    • result is that certain theosophical directives, instead of training a person
    • own Self in the service of another, and strive to cultivate not only personal
    • figure of Mignon — this is not a personal name but means simply
    • person, not yet an “Ego”; she represents a childlike naiveté
    • by different persons! What other people do out of egoism Mignon does
    • this type of spiritual element in the soul, where it estranges a person from
    • personalities such as Goethe. Anyone who knows the world will concede that
    • person finding their way through the labyrinths of life, had wanted to
    • introduces a remarkable personality, Makarie, who exemplifies in the
    • world. Goethe shows us here a personality who is inwardly awakened and has
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    • persons who know nothing of Theosophy. Even the great Orientalist, Max
    • stands here before us as a separate human Ego, a definite personality; how he
    • in a new incarnation is indeed an effect of the previous personality, we have
    • Buddha, not a chosen person, but simple folk who went and saw the symbol; saw
    • decisively from one of the most significant personalities of recent times.
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    • personalities will be able to feel particularly how language can also become
    • that language. The person who observes national character more closely, the
    • person, that occurs in the animal world as the basis of the whole species or
    • everything which is intimate to our personality; but it must be understood
    • developing a strong personality, a strong ego. This is already evident in the
    • nothing of this has been understood. Only the person has understood something
    • personalities. Spiritual science will conquer the super-sensible worlds
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    • expressions of a person's inner spiritual life. But in order to do this
    • affects the flow of the blood, so that the person concerned turns
    • this person is torn from us for a while. With that loss, a part of our
    • relationship with this other person, our soul has good reason to suffer from
    • clairvoyantly observed when a person suffers pain or grief from some loss.
    • or species. In the human realm every person has his own individual
    • can enter into a personal relationship with the beings in his environment.
    • person feels by way of love and hate, fear, sympathy or antipathy in relation
    • animals, one has to say: Nothing can be done to help a person who cannot rise
    • great spiritual-scientific whole. If we observe a person laughing or weeping,
    • person's astral body is relaxed, and with it the finer parts of the
    • it appears purely as a natural occurrence — for example when a person
    • and proper, he may think he need not try to understand the other person and
    • In such cases, when some loss is brought before a person in imagination only,
    • expands the astral body, inasmuch as a person raises himself above follies
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    • What indeed is not called mysticism or mystical nowadays? When a person is
    • possible if one has no personal experience, because another person's
    • persons have different experiences of something, it by no means follows that
    • their reports are untrue. If one person sees a tree from the right and
    • lives. It is only if we are able through our own personal experience to allow
    • understand his personal background and so come to see why he speaks as he
    • to the personality of the mystic himself, and this tendency can be observed
    • goes to strengthen our interest in the personality of the mystic, and it is
    • precisely what the mystic tries to overcome — in the personal, the
    • A person who follows
    • a picture of the world not coloured by our personality. If we rise to the
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    • feelings stirred by prayer can give even the simplest person some inkling of
    • development we may have reached. The simplest person, who perhaps knows
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    • originates. Animal existence takes place without individual, personal
    • All personal experiences between birth and death take place in such a manner
    • personalities of ancient cultures wanted to speak of certain things by means
    • certain relationship with another person over a period of time? These
    • experiences with the other person descend into the night-time consciousness
    • and re-emerge from night-time consciousness as love for another person,
    • experiences. The feeling of love for the other person has come about in such
    • achievement is that his experience of the other person, which turns into love
    • in harmony. That is why all the opportunities which a person with an
    • physical body within limits. One only needs to observe a person who has spent
    • inner or outer human being. The person who wanted to combine these two
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    • negative person, and thus we might say: In the sense of a true and
    • person as one who, in face of all the impressions pouring in on him from the
    • or that person or group. Hence he is easily impelled to change what he had
    • soul. He is a very negative person, the exact opposite of the other
    • negative a person who has learnt so much that on every subject his judgment
    • person, for he has to be open to receive whatever his development requires.
    • And these dangers are always present for a negative person, since he is open
    • person meets another person, he will be easily carried away by hearing all
    • be influenced not only by what the other person says but by what he does. He
    • may imitate the other person's actions and examples, to the point even
    • There are great dangers here for persons of a negative type.
    • Thus when a man of negative type meets other persons, we can usually see how
    • person may come to resemble increasingly that of his or her
    • that acts on a person when he is influenced by other people or when he
    • than they know, attract many more believers than do persons who know exactly
    • person, thanks to his positive qualities, can have a strong effect on a more
    • intelligent person if the latter is easily impressed by anything that emerges
    • persons with fine minds are the victims of robust characters whose assertions
    • is not noticed, he may have an uncommonly strong influence on persons of
    • person. We have to work through geometry by our own inner efforts and can
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    • every person's soul, and images, too, of deepest human sympathy. And
    • to have gained in these lectures. Particularly the person who increasingly
    • people are saying unkind things about him. If that person then adjusts his
    • where someone says: “Some person or other said this or that about
    • me” and no trace can be found that the other person actually said that.
    • There we have an example of a person drawing the wrong conclusions from a
    • conversation with a person and this conversation led them to talk about a
    • happening in the fully conscious soul-life. Let us assume, now, that a person
    • attention is fixed on the other person, that the whole of his conscious
    • soul-life is taken up with holding the conversation with the other person and
    • person who can recognise the threads running through this intricate organism
    • sentient body by diverting his attention whilst still relating to the person
    • be possible to say only: the ego must not be compared with the person running
    • round the tree but at most with a person who winds himself round a tree like
    • darkness of evolution!” A person used to rigorous thinking will find
    • influences without a second thought when a person becomes mentally
    • person had impaired vision in one eye. As a result of this it seemed to him
    • A weak person who does not like to pursue his thinking rigorously to its
    • experiences, such a person will be able to show only weak opposition to the
    • truth to another person and then has to listen to the other speak who is not
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    • Allow me to begin today's lecture with a personal
    • quality than conscience itself. A personality often mentioned here, Meister
    • above all to the human ego not the transient personal ego but the eternal
    • finest personalities. I mean Bartholomew Carnieri:
    • another person had by necessity to be followed by something that had
    • that so pre-eminent and powerful a person as Socrates is not aware of the
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    • from Goethe to a modern personality who also sought to invest art with a
    • that truly artistic personalities attribute to art a mission of this kind,
    • a quite impersonal note:
    • experiences from which a poem as impersonal as Homer's could derive.
    • And if we are to understand this impersonal element in early Western poetry,
    • human ego. Was it merely the personal and tribal emotions of Trojans and
    • before us as a personality who was certainly not open to the full power of
    • emphasis on the personal ego, gave rise to drama, wherein the man of action
    • from ancient times by art was applied to the human personality, to the ego
    • Christian era. Here we encounter the great mediaeval personality who leads us
    • within his personality and its inner secrets. By pursuing this path of
    • personal development he enters the spiritual world, and is thus able to
    • Here the soul of Dante is quite alone with his personality; he is not
    • strength of human personality as its only aid; and he brings before us in
    • himself in the element of human personality, and in such a way that it
    • remains his own. And he sets himself to traverse this human-personal aspect
    • himself in his own personality? No — Shakespeare has taken another step
    • forward. He penetrates still further into the personal element, but not only
    • into one personality but into a wide variety of personalities. Shakespeare
    • experiences described by Dante are those of one person; Shakespeare shows us
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    • lived the soul, or the “I” of the person we know as
    • person or that person. That is not the case. It is, however,
    • person leaves him — as was the case with the Solomon-Jesus
    • such a person continue to live on through the strength which
    • a precise way will notice little difference between a person
    • who has lost his I and a person who still has one. Because in
    • normal life the I in a person we are observing does not play
    • such a dominant role. What we experience in another person is
    • person or whether new elements are present, can thereby
    • person what had been revealed during the prophets' time
    • have explained it is clear that an exceptional person was
    • the thirty-fifth year of the individual person, where his life
    • unique person you are, rising so
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    • personality.
    • the Spirits of Personality. Obviously this sounds like madness
    • Spirits of Personality, the Archai. Just as what it means to
    • Spirits of Personality if concrete facts such as the life of
    • The person with reverent feelings about the
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    • earth some little thing belonging to a sick person — for
    • effect of healing him. I have even personally known such people. I
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    • on a person, it is no use simply to make experiments in the
    • person the forces of the honey are more especially active.
    • another person may take equal care of the plants, but none will
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    • the greater part of the stock dies after the death of the person in
    • persons digest too slowly, the honey wants to make It quicker, and so
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    • gastric trouble simply by eating the wax, and such persons should be
    • question of the state of health of the person concerned. There are
    • like to say, in quite a personal manner. For instance, you should consider
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    • kind of orientation course for the personalities, who have
    • Personalities
    • will naturally take place between the person who has
    • be enthusiastic about, and the persons who listen to him. An
    • other person, will not be able to put himself to the task of
    • gathering, or even one other person, this willing that we
    • grasping of a thing. The person is in need of this activity
    • For, in the person who has hunted in all sorts of manuals for
    • make one's personality somewhat active. At the beginning of a
    • personality, because the vibration of feeling must first be
    • person, varies; it always swings between being somewhat crude
    • attacked by a person who accosts us in a terribly rude
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    • organism? What will be the relation of the single person to
    • in England. Then there are personalities who have already gone
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    • That is really how you are confronted! The persons concerned
    • For instance, one person believed that if he had the political power
    • talent or lack of talent. The reader is not dealing with a person at
    • demonstrated so clearly that if a person is otherwise enjoying a certain
    • was supposed to be characteristic for the personality whom he was
    • power rules over the other classes. And a person belonging to a
    • people do not always admit to it. Certainly, a person who is a poet
    • person who is a philosopher, and so on. Least of all one who is a
    • once by a certain person: Oh book, if only you had remained the secret
    • worked together with the other three concepts. A person who
    • something that gave rise to everything that a person carried out in
    • ideology is based on the economic life. But inasmuch as a person only
    • must have, after all, a reality. For if a person does not have legs
    • single person. Only through use of one's own thinking in
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    • must be experienced when a person, who has become of age, becomes
    • conditions, to show that equality must dwell in the individual person
    • really experienced between person and person is based on
    • inner worth confronts the other person as an equal. What does not
    • person who has prepared himself for the correct mood need not
    • would it have proven? It would have been proof that a person holding
    • such an opinion could never be a proper speaker. A person can never
    • speeches but listening to others that makes a person into a good
    • rights-relationship between person and person comes up in a
    • other person's mind. Thus, even if one has to take exception to
    • If a person only wants to bring out in a debate what he has known
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    • other person's position with our thinking. For instance, we
    • should call to mind the image of how a person who seeks work,
    • person's position, from out of his assertion of rights, we
    • one could think one's way into the souls of other persons;
    • make it plausible that an individual person really knows
    • The point is, of course, that the person
    • that the persons in question had to develop every letter out
    • persons who place something artistic into the script, they
    • the person. Then — while it is in a certain repect not
    • desirable to practice that — a person can imitate
    • speaking separates itself from the person. It becomes
    • figure out a person from the physiognomy, one can even more
    • must be done with care. For one person, this tea is right;
    • in a speech, must come out of the whole person, diet must by
    • it comes from a person who has let endless amounts of beer
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    • When a person
    • assertions are perforce impersonal — but that takes its
    • its end; for no person expects in telling it that he has to
    • importance that the persons who make it their task to do
    • can make use of the fact that some persons want to accept
    • system any number of persons, be it three, seven, 12, 13 or
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    • by the nationality, temperament and other personal propensities of the
    • nineteenth century, we find a representative personality in
    • ensure for ourselves a realm where we need simply faith and personal
    • material, not the personal — shall reign.
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    • before our souls two representative personalities; one of them was
    • with another personality, that of the Gothic translator of the Bible,
    • doctrine. For to associate everything with the personality of Boniface,
    • their own contribution. What they brought with them was an inner personal
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    • mathematical thinking is in fact what a person strives for
    • person who strives to rise to the imaginative level of
    • perception: only such a person will know how strong the
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    • for illustration. The person who holds up the rose feels it
    • different person. When we compare ourselves at a certain age
    • our soul life. We have become a different person
    • make us a different person again and again in the course of
    • self-discipline. We enter with a much stronger personal
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    • can be said that a person endowed with healthy human
    • a person today to understand the reason for the religious
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    • pictorially our personal experiences. They refer to something
    • our personal experience. In the process of experiencing
    • To a person
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    • at least it would be absent as manifested in the person of
    • differently if records existed of a personality so impressive
    • spiritual investigator can say. The person who is willing to
    • have a real personal conviction; it does not rest on blind
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    • indicate how the opposition operates toward us, personally
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    • like, since today I shall have to mention certain personalities, to
    • it becomes inevitable that one indicate the personalities with whom
    • A personality of extraordinary
    • personalities, every one of them, insisted that he was Hegel's
    • a person who gravitates to the opposite pole of consciousness will not
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    • if I may here insert a personal remark — were extremely upset
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    • I might be allowed to add a personal remark. In positing this sense-free
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    • with this pathological condition. Persons in this pathological
    • an extraordinary personality. In a certain sense he was not an intellectual
    • inner integrity of his personality was Nietzsche able to avoid what
    • And the phenomenon of Nietzsche — here I must be allowed a personal
    • introduce a personal remark here — this was one of those moments
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    • manifest themselves. If such a person steps out of the house into a
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    • which we can call the sense for the perception of another person's ego.
    • thoughts of another person in such a way as to perceive them, nor toward
    • we approach not the ego of the other person but the egos of individual
    • spiritual study can develop pathologically. Such a person establishes
    • physical body and also contained certain personalities — I came
    • at this point you will perhaps allow me to relate a personal experience,
    • like to relate a personal experience to you.
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    • time of the change of teeth onward. By this time a person is less intensively
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    • irregularly in a particular person, we will gradually learn
    • to treat a person on the basis of this when something is the
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    • soul-spiritual aspect remains behind when a person dies. One
    • asking whether a person sweats or not. Its effect depends on
    • an undernourished person. You will find that they retain the
    • study a person suffering from the opposite condition. We only
    • In the undernourished person, because of the irregularity
    • arising below, and in the over-nourished person, because of
    • referring to organic over-nourishment, because a person does
    • circumstances when a person gets outside of himself, e.g.,
    • person so that this astral body is driven out of the head and
    • active in this person.” In such a case you will have to
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    • happens when a person falls asleep or awakens is an
    • worries continue to work in a person. You should not observe
    • between the time when sorrows and worries overtake a person
    • You must be perfectly clear about this. The ordinary person
    • give a person something cooked or burnt, we apply something
    • left side of the person were different from those from the
    • back of a person in the first stages of tuberculosis; that
    • hand, if I place a person into an electric field, I will be
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    • state, whereas in the normal person their function is clearly
    • These murmurs or bruits are noticeable in every person when
    • individual — that is a person clearly suffering from
    • following way: When a person is born we have initially an
    • knowledge of the whole human being. If a person has cold
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    • when the person mummifies himself while alive, so to speak?
    • One must have an eye for such things. If a person is
    • Infection is due to a person becoming an imitator. Indeed,
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    • outside, from the world of the senses. If a person is a real
    • whole human being struggles to attain knowledge, if a person
    • These are not properly regulated in a person with a tendency
    • to do with syphilis, but at some point this person got the
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    • Of course a person dies before this point is reached. The
    • cannot easily understand that what can make a person ill in
    • when we say: what makes a person ill when working in large
    • such effects in the healthy and sick person. In the healthy
    • person, these radiating effects are present in the radiations
    • normal person, where everything that works downward from the
    • person cannot gain insight into how processes are
    • normal person the magnesium forces do not extend beyond this
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    • be presented to you by mystically inclined personalities as
    • Mechthild on Magdeburg or a St. Theresa as personalities with
    • process which definitely makes a person healthy. If one lets
    • person doing eurythmy to make very clear to himself what he
    • their personal aspirations. This becomes very difficult, but
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    • person and lovingly say, “Hey, hard work and paying attention
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    • see, the person you are going to grow up to be, this person has a
    • a spirit. And when a person is very little and is born into the
    • become skilled at everything a person has to do in life. Your
    • Now you see, when a person has
    • also contribute something to making you a good and capable person in
    • to feel what it is for one person to love another. And so now as you
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    • what he knows as colour-impressions, his personal experience of colour,
    • hand, the more a person assumes the special florid tint, the more we
    • constitutional humour in a green person and in one who has a really
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    • person who goes to sleep I continually do, and look back at my head,
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    • feeling of being possessed again by weight on awaking, as a personal
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    • sort of thing which a person may imagine for himself and which has no
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    • person the living image of the soul.
    • will notice an apparent contradiction, because a person born blind
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    • all and says: that person doesn't interest me in the least; I am
    • the person who radiates warmth has gone, the warmth has gone also. It
    • is there only when the person is there. In itself it is nothing. The
    • person must be there for the warmth to be there.
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    • inherent trait of this personality is that something about it
    • personal confession in “Truth and Poetry”. Hence
    • could with a personality built up only from historical
    • Aristotle, Phidias. Their personalities can be rounded off in
    • beyond what is immediately before it. For a receptive person,
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    • Oedipus story being reborn entirely out of the personal
    • drawn right into the sphere of the personal by Corneille and
    • are personal relationships of soul which would be unthinkable
    • which reached the degree of finish it did in the personality
    • said that he regarded Voltaire ae a far greater personality
    • been made to put aside everything of a personal nature, and
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    • personality, of the single individual.
    • effect representative personalities of the East make upon
    • to personal morality... Similarly, nations and States can
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    • understand the real aim of this Building. A person may say to
    • two poles in all painting. Now a person may be a wonderful
    • indicate that the person in question is ill — would
    • been, when the red of the cheeks tells us what the person
    • imagine that if some person of eminence in our time had been
    • the person we have imagined sitting in the corner, listening
    • world — those persons are not living in Reality. For if
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    • permitted a brief personal reference here, let me say that my
    • disciple of Gottfried Semper, in the person of Josef Baier,
    • Now the persons (in the procession)
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    • everything personal, if the forms of this framework for our
    • — an education leading us above everything personal.
    • any personal element. As we set about our work, and permeate
    • that transcends personality. This building can teach us how
    • enclosed within the limits of the personal self must be
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    • bear their own personalities into the sanctuary but also
    • that the ordinary person sees only one single line
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    • confidence is felt in it. The person is faced by what really
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    • are ever more clearly realising how, in the person of Goethe, a
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    • kind of orientation course for the personalities, who have
    • Personalities
    • will naturally take place between the person who has
    • be enthusiastic about, and the persons who listen to him. An
    • other person, will not be able to put himself to the task of
    • gathering, or even one other person, this willing that we
    • grasping of a thing. The person is in need of this activity
    • For, in the person who has hunted in all sorts of manuals for
    • make one's personality somewhat active. At the beginning of a
    • personality, because the vibration of feeling must first be
    • person, varies; it always swings between being somewhat crude
    • attacked by a person who accosts us in a terribly rude
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    • organism? What will be the relation of the single person to
    • in England. Then there are personalities who have already gone
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    • That is really how you are confronted! The persons concerned
    • single person. Only through use of one's own thinking in
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    • never become an adequate speaker. A person can never become a
    • rights-relationship between person and person arises in the
    • person's mind. Then this will be fruitful even in the debate
    • simply reiterate what the other person says, but one can
    • discussions. If a person only wants to say in the debate what
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    • other person's position with our thinking. For instance, we
    • should call to mind the image of how a person who seeks work,
    • person's position, from out of his assertion of rights, we
    • one could think one's way into the souls of other persons;
    • make it plausible that an individual person really knows
    • The point is, of course, that the person
    • that the persons in question had to develop every letter out
    • persons who place something artistic into the script, they
    • the person. Then — while it is in a certain respect not
    • desirable to practice that — a person can imitate
    • speaking separates itself from the person. It becomes
    • figure out a person from the physiognomy, one can even more
    • must be done with care. For one person, this tea is right;
    • in a speech, must come out of the whole person, diet must by
    • it comes from a person who has let endless amounts of beer
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    • When a person
    • assertions are perforce impersonal — but that takes its
    • its end; for no person expects in telling it that he has to
    • importance that the persons who make it their task to do
    • can make use of the fact that some persons want to accept
    • system any number of persons, be it three, seven, 12, 13 or
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    • as to what sort of a person you had to be or what you had to
    • Yes, here I have found what moves me. An old person must
    • all my life together with other people. The young person must
    • ‘2.    The persons
    • ‘3.   The persons
    • Third Class takes place when the person requesting this is
    • leadership of suitable persons whom I shall appoint. These
    • suitable persons, who will be the leaders of the Sections
    • facts arising here over recent weeks. This is the person with
    • very long standing is the person I now mean, who has been
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    • person who is convinced that he cannot thrive in a particular
    • this is a purely personal matter for each member.
    • personally. I think it is quite impossible if members refuse
    • person shall be admitted or not has to be taken individually
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    • three seats are held by any one person. I have to say this
    • held by a single person, and this has led to innumerable
    • — truly I have nothing personal against them — to
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    • that certain persons of the following kind — forgive me
    • basis. The kind of person I mean is someone who has already
    • What is a writer? I shall have to say: A writer is a person
    • ‘2.    The persons
    • ‘3.    The persons
    • Paragraph should read as follows: ‘The persons gathered
    • persons gathered in Dornach as the nucleus of the Society
    • gain this impression. Personally I would prefer it if we
    • Goetheanum to be Dr Steiner and such persons as he has
    • identical with my single person if it consists of five
    • personally. This would contradict Paragraph 7.
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    • Third Class takes place when the person requesting this is
    • head of the different Sections those persons who are in a
    • is perfectly obvious that there is a person here who could
    • eurythmy. Once again there is a person on whom the choice
    • another person who has marked out her territory in the world
    • and personal matter. It is of course not possible to issue
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    • personally as a result of those pictures.
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    • person who wishes to speak about the affairs of the Society,
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    • the Second or Third Classes takes place when the person
    • is necessary to apply to me personally either in writing or
    • in person; it would be better to start by saying in writing,
    • since there will be too many personal applications to be
    • addressed to me personally. And you will see how the answer
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    • Steffen would be the right person. Of course it is entirely
    • rather think that now the person's popularity will be all
    • DR STEINER: Would not people prefer that a person be
    • this person.
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    • these remarkable personalities were to be found living in the
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    • speaks of personal impressions and of his feelings for what
    • for one or two things intended for more than a personal
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    • many personalities, gaining bitter sensations with regard to
    • saga tells of the approach by one personality or another to
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    • it was possible for an unprejudiced person to detect a sectarian note
    • emphasized. One can say in a case like this that a person who is a
    • persons concerned are professionally competent. Speaking radically, I
    • would put it thus: A person can be the most excellent Waldorf School
    • that someone can be an able officer of Der Kommende Tag, a person
    • should take personally the statement that he has been an outstanding
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    • people were told what to think. For one person will draw one
    • to hand over to appropriate persons the task of giving the Society
    • course, a person who reads lecture cycles just as he would a modern
    • observed in the sense world. A person who makes such a demand shows
    • panorama. This tableau of his life confronts a person for several
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    • whether a person just entertains these thoughts that have come to him
    • world in passive thoughts was, on a higher level, that of a person
    • occupying themselves with external objects. But when a person
    • remains, abandoned by a formerly indwelling person; it can be
    • seen anything but corpses, who has never beheld a living person. Such
    • consciousness. When a person wills, he becomes a part of the world's
    • earth. How could a person recall his earlier incarnations unless he
    • research in exactly the same way in which a person at home in chemistry
    • reincarnated Christ. Certainly no serious person could have tolerated
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    • be called a reversing of human will impulses. A person is born into a
    • impulse that drives a person into the Anthroposophical Society is
    • consistent with full human stature for a person to couple his life of
    • inconsiderable item for a person who seeks to bring a religious
    • when a person seeking anthroposophy wants to escape from these will
    • be a quite unthinking person to say, “I feel my humanity alien
    • can never satisfy a person with an in-turned will. Many an individual
    • person impelled to regard these forms as subhuman rather than as
    • person. He cannot just cut himself loose from external life and
    • to have the most personal experience of pain and suffering as they
    • where it becomes one's personal destiny. One feels oneself sharing
    • thinking and feeling person one finds satisfaction there because one
    • practice. That means making one single whole again of the person
    • that new enterprise, with the frequent result that a person who made
    • Unfounded personal slander, which sometimes goes so far that the
    • persons attacked are unrecognizable, can be branded for what it is.
    • a training that can be given anybody. A person with no further
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    • world beyond the earth, a world that a person had to enter to
    • vital part in conceiving man. A person was revered not for what he
    • tragedies were plays in which the dramatis personae represented
    • beginnings. The person who feels his whole heart and soul thrill to
    • person with a feeling for the seed potentialities that each
    • metamorphose its forms. A person who merely observes nature from the
    • outside copies its forms and falls into naturalism. A person who
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    • whether a person joined the Society in 1917 or later, and whether
    • of a sense of definite relationship between person and person that
    • building element that transcends that of language. A person feels it
    • What is it, then, that a person is experiencing in the cultus in
    • person and compare it with that of someone going about his daytime
    • Nevertheless, it isolates people here on earth. A dreaming person is
    • consciousness. A person is isolated in his dream world, and even more
    • hear that call. Just as a person wakes up through the natural world
    • the encounter with the soul and spirit of another person.
    • can be indicated, and a person who offers any such is a
    • keep our discussions objective and impersonal, and try to reach some
    • objectively and impersonally. I meant what I said objectively, not as
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    • are experiencing. We know further that a person can go from this
    • together. So long as a person continues in completely normal
    • a person finds himself in a situation where, though he is in a
    • like the picture world of dreams. We call such a person mentally ill.
    • person does not understand the others, and unless they are looking at
    • level of consciousness is carried over to a higher level, a person
    • need only think this over to see that a person of this kind goes
    • can, as I showed yesterday, awaken through the fact that a person
    • other person. Though one may not ordinarily be fully and immediately
    • another level when the state of soul of a person absorbed in dream
    • reality, then it is exactly as though a person recounting his dreams
    • is saying. We all know this from our own personal experience. It has
    • else's words. When a person is part way through a sentence, someone
    • well-founded utterances on the other person's part. In the higher
    • person with experience in that realm knows that the most opposite
    • tolerate the other person to an immeasurably greater degree than one
    • lead into the spiritual world. Now when a person has to concern himself
    • that a person who gives his fellowmen a reliable account of things in
    • the spiritual world, a person justified in calling himself a
    • of one's destiny. For a person who is a genuine spiritual
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    • especially marked in strong personalities while they were young and
    • The young person was just part of a mechanism, a learned mechanism,
    • were to be given a hearing in the persons of their delegates.
    • recent years. These leading personalities in Stuttgart are extremely
    • person who has recently joined the Society.
    • another person talk at the same time. The chairman said,
    • here! Why should one's freedom be limited by allowing only one person
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    • personality. That goes back to certain primal causes. If I may again
    • to be a distinct personality.
    • personal friendships.
    • The personalities who
    • to the fact that many a person approaches the Society with the
    • into the world they shared in childhood does a person who joins
    • been found. Thus sermons eventuate in mere opinion, personal opinion,
    • person and someone in a state of ordinary waking consciousness.
    • of the dreamer? It is the same as that of a sleeping person. For
    • isolation. It is his purely personal experience. Two people may be
    • When a person wakes
    • have. They begin to share a communal scene. A person wakes to a
    • consciousness. And these same surroundings provided a person with the
    • But a person who has become an independent, distinct individual in
    • brought to wake up more fully in the encounter with the other person
    • can make a person's acquaintance without having any special interest
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    • A person who explores
    • element running through them. One person may be seeing one dream
    • developed by a sleeping person is carried over into the ordinary
    • such cases. Due to disturbances in the human organism, a person may
    • organism. A person suffering from it can shut himself off from
    • a person carries over a dream conditioned state of mind into ordinary
    • no access in his experience. You must all have had personal
    • his dream consciousness into the physical world, so does a person who
    • situations, so does a person who projects into the conceptions he
    • picture, just as a person dreaming on the physical plane can behave
    • there is a weak place in an icy surface enables a person to avoid
    • But when a person
    • highly paradoxical statement. A person whose soul is attuned to the
    • single person knows the clever thing, and I am not saying that it
    • certain point, and up to that point a smart person considers everyone
    • person who has developed a sound judgment about various matters
    • different at differing world levels. The stupidities of a person who
    • anthroposophy — is to be put on a healthy basis. Then a person
    • world into the physical in the proper way. Such a person becomes a
    • circumstances of a person's life may necessitate his traveling a
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    • dealing with two personalities who, at a certain time in their
    • other personality also represented polar opposites but with
    • between these two personalities can be characterised by
    • this way these two personalities stood opposite one another.
    • publications on thought was extraordinarily impersonal. 
    • something thoroughly impersonal. Thus we have actually from the
    • experiencing something great in a well known person.
    • failed to perceive the actual individuality and personality of
    • personality in an individual will element, which in this way
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    • deeply the spiritual view entered into his personality. These studies
    • perhaps a quite decently behaved person, who does not make any very
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    • are directed altogether to our personal life. What then must happen
    • himself, from his own personal sympathies and antipathies, as he is
    • birth and death. But this is a personal interest, a personal longing.
    • if you had a personal interest in the continued existence of the
    • consist in the person being entirely without interest in the said
    • day. It is a personal experience. He guards himself from
    • investigating the record of his personal life; for here he is bound
    • connected with his own personality. Only what is in no way, connected
    • with his own person may be investigated in the spiritual world.
    • investigator is personally interested. He must be willing to confine
    • sought for or considered valuable. The personality must be absolutely
    • personal” is exceedingly difficult, for frequently one thinks
    • though a person wishing to enter a room finds no door and runs his
    • enlightenment. We must not apply such knowledge to our own personal
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    • do? While the Rischis appear like holy initiated persons of a far
    • actually the first historical personality of post-Atlantean times to
    • person appears who can fulfil this task. It was such a person to whom
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    • In studying pre-Christian ages we find that many persons passed
    • person seeking initiation could see into the spiritual world, where
    • which this personality, Jesus of Nazareth, could speak of these
    • the person of Christ Jesus was initiated in so open a way — the
    • person initiated can look into the spiritual world, and can then go
    • personality. They were not biographers like those who ferret out each
    • private concern of the person they write of, but they were
    • this was that in the ancient Hebrew language, in the personal use of
    • is Lord of the soul is coming!” No person or Being is meant by
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    • personality find when through temptation it passes down through the
    • another path that personalities, such as the first Zarathustra for
    • gradually rise through his personal merit to heights whence he can
    • Zarathustra, but of the personality of the original Zarathustra who
    • taught concerning Ahura Mazdao.) In studying this personality in the
    • poetically. The personality of the original Zarathustra was no such
    • persons were mainly found in olden times, that is in pre-Christian
    • thousand years. The personality of Zarathustra was selected somewhat
    • this divine, spirit-filled personality is that it grows up as a
    • only one person, who is able to divine what is developing within this
    • Similar things are then told concerning such personalities as are
    • personalities, certain features of his miracles are found everywhere,
    • childhood. He entered it in its thirtieth year, and the personality
    • human personality was organised into which the Christ entered; the
    • as it occurred formerly in the childhood of such great persons: the
    • many inequalities that must appear in Mythical personalities.
    • come under consideration as regards a personality through whom a
    • evolution. For this a suitable personality had to be found. Everyone
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    • Archangeloi or Archangels, then the Archai or Spirits of Personality.
    • activity. The Archai (called also Spirits of Personality or first
    • man say if confronted by a person like Orpheus? He would say: —
    • in these worlds came in touch, by means of his personality, with a
    • various stages provided by a physical personality. The Greeks saw in
    • super-sensible element was able to work within his personality and be
    • of forces which entered into the man. If the person giving out these
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    • body, astral body and ego — the person who holds aloof from
    • cause of this is investigated we find that such persons have had
    • according to whether the person is joyful or sad, and differently
    • from the drama that it should represent the victory of the person who
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    • that the person does not rightly know how to carry it out, that it
    • individual astral body; it takes on the character of the personality.
    • become personal.
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    • the world as his own personal gift. What I have described is an inner
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    • there. Every personal wish had to be eradicated before. Nobody was introduced
    • that which constitutes the personality of the human being like his temperament,
    • it. What has descended from physical causes passes with our personality
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    • must have the right to let his persons speak out of the situation. If
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    • personalities who have advanced so far that they say: matter is our
    • everyday person. These are beings who have to say a lot to us. We must
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    • in a single personality. No, only the whole humankind, the human kind, the type
    • the stories about the person Jesus Christ that formed in the times in which
    • in a personality, in similar way as in the first Christian century when all
    • which is included in these words — one wants to accept this personality
    • the clouds. One wants to remove everything and consider the personality of Jesus
    • the Christian doctrine of the personality of Jesus than that he is the simple
    • finds fulfilment, however, in this externally visible personality. We hear then
    • This personality thereby got his unique significance for the first Christian
    • the God-Man, a single personality in the fullness of truth.
    • only to the teaching and to the actual person, but above all to the view of
    • It is the personality, the God-imbued personality who holds the biggest communities
    • living Word. However, this was not the personality who one could see with eyes,
    • Not that personality who announces
    • else. We cannot stop at the single personality and not at the parents and forefathers,
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    • dilettantish person with regard to science. Who has not heard often
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    • is only a name. No subject, no personality is contained in it. — How?
    • a personality who gives satisfaction to the demands of scientific thinking in
    • of human introspection, then you see what this personality expresses about that.
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    • destiny which the sensitive Greek spirit felt as something superpersonal, like
    • as a person works and acquires for himself — as a simple trivial observation
    • sense is something that is beyond the personal merit, beyond the personal guilt.
    • single personal human soul — which stands with its private life of desire
    • life within the single personality was exhausted between birth and death, the
    • who has an overview of a human life in its personal details says to himself:
    • a person has died. If one draws up it, one assesses the desire value of life
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    • without personal prejudices, without that which meets us in life wherever we
    • appear with such clearness and invincibility? Because no interest, no personal
    • freedom of any sensuous interest, of any personal desire and listlessness, which
    • at every opportunity, wherever he goes. Where desire and grief and personal
    • by most human beings without interest. It is a matter of course that any personal
    • of the whole personality to see these questions in the right light. They were
    • of feeling had to be removed from the personality at first. Without fear and
    • experience, the very own experience of the person is desire and harm. Desire
    • to the immediate experiences of the person, to the interests concerning his
    • person. What does desire normally do to us, what does harm do to us? That which
    • interests us as a personality. That causes desire and harm which disappears
    • to their personalities with desire and harm already flee from the simplest,
    • him. That which leaves the usual person cold which touches him as something
    • that he lives and works within this world as well as the everyday person moves
    • If the everyday person looks out
    • is concentrated in particular, or also by simply speaking to the person concerned
    • in the usual sense of the word. Such a hypnotised person can be stung with needles,
    • person. However, desire and harm are the basic qualities of the soul, the middle
    • a person if you speak to such a hypnotised person, if you give him some orders?
    • effect on the actions of this person.
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    • phenomena, and to make the development of spiritism to a question of persons
    • caused me to make the matter a question of persons at first.
    • of overly human, personal nature were nourished at that time. It was the contact
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    • We also know that not any person is suited to carry out soul actions with such
    • those persons whom we call somnambulists who can be transported into a kind
    • of trance or dream state are able to show such phenomena. These persons are
    • persons found in the ancient Greece at that time about which normally the Greek
    • of such somnambulistic persons. We see that such persons were understood as
    • We see that these persons were prosecuted as witches that they were prosecuted
    • example, to the words of a certain person. They see and hear nothing around
    • themselves; they are only receptive to that which a single person says to them
    • the thoughts of a particular person in the room in which they are. These are
    • now and then. Then we say: such persons are somnambulists; they think, act,
    • because a person exerts a particular influence on another person; they can appear
    • because the usual daytime consciousness is extinguished in a person with the
    • help of particular manipulations of another person that the concerned person
    • we do not consider expressions as especially definite — that person who
    • can transport another person into the somnambulistic condition a mesmerist if
    • the somnambulistic condition is light, and one calls the person magnetised;
    • escape that already the most usual personal consciousness, if it is in the sleeping
    • another ego appears, a kind of dream-ego; because the dreaming person can see
    • the dreaming person can observe himself quite objectively among the different
    • Yes, one can say: for the one and same person — who is able to observe
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    • gate of the whole spiritistic movement of the newer time. That person from whom
    • argued with him. A person who could bring to life the modern spiritistic movement
    • such a way as Swedenborg had told it. Another example: a high-ranking person
    • because he died before. The person turned to Swedenborg with the strange demand
    • ridded himself of the order in such a way that the person in question could
    • them as reality. I said: only a person like Swedenborg could get to such a kind
    • for instance. We see even carefully registered how a person can enable himself
    • the sensuous only in which everybody wanted to put his personal egoism forward,
    • a personality who is yet underestimated: this is the Baron Hellenbach,
    • person who knew to deal with the peculiarities of every single medium who knew
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    • a person in the hypnotic trance with needles, for instance; he proves insensitive.
    • You can lay down a person if he is in a certain state of sleep and stretch his
    • limbs; then they become so stiff and solid that you can lay the person on two
    • has transported a person into such a sleep-like state can give him so-called
    • suggestive commands. If you have transported a person into such a state, you
    • more. You can say to the person concerned in a room full of people: here in
    • this room is not one person excepting me and you. — He will say to you:
    • you cause a visual hallucination in such a hypnotised person and say to him,
    • to such a hypnotised person which he should carry out not straight away, but
    • only after some time, this can also happen. I transport a person into hypnosis,
    • person to carry out a particular action in three times ten days; however, a
    • necessary; nevertheless, the person concerned will carry out the command which
    • a person does not have the qualities which are necessary to hypnotise a human
    • being, whereas another person has them. We not needed to wonder if this were
    • school to school. There is never spoken about the state of the hypnotised person,
    • at all. However, methods are given to us which enable another person, the hypnotist,
    • men. In the occult schools particular methods are given with which the person
    • defamed man, on the other side he was praised to the skies. This person made
    • him. It was a quite peculiar person, a person as they may have appeared in the
    • 18th century in bigger number than this could be the case today; a person who,
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    • forces, certain abilities which are not yet accessible to the average person
    • peoples. Later when the soul has gone through different personalities, the mind
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    • There are even today persons who regard it as wrong to deliver the occult profundities
    • personalities who lived in prehistoric time, then we find it also in a sentence
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    • a guide to his pupil at the same time. An immediate personal band has to exist
    • degree in the esoteric teaching without receiving immediate personal esoteric
    • and instructions, but from immediate personal observation something about the
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    • everyday life even better. For example, what is a lazy person? He is
    • moral or not. A person can be highly intelligent in an intellectual
    • astral forces. So that we can say: a person who has particularly
    • especially strong forces in his astral body, whilst a person who only
    • for by a personality connected with the sect of the Essenes, Jeshu ben
    • this most exalted person, Jeshu ben Pandira, as a preparation for what
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    • Everything that can exist in the way of outer personality will in the
    • person were unable to perceive the sprouting forth of springtime,
    • personal whims of men, but because new things are happening in the
    • first person permitted to see Him without witnessing the physical
    • with his feeling, should also be a moral person, carrying his morality
    • of Nazareth. This personality has been sadly slandered and
    • He was the personality who carried out his task a full hundred
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    • personality in one evening, so we shall speak about Christian
    • the mysteries of spiritual life, confidence not only in the person but
    • spirits and the most highly developed personalities, including
    • century personalities particularly suitable for initiation had to be
    • fanatically a person bearing such authority, which is the worst thing
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    • chosen person has to have an interest in something spiritual,
    • person concerned knows quite clearly that the voice comes from the
    • enough he discovers that it was not a physical person intervening in
    • This kind of occurrence will either pass a person by without being
    • attaches no importance to it; or, assuming the person to be attentive,
    • When such an event awakens in a person the inner disposition to look
    • would have perceived a change in the aura of the person carrying them
    • began, being full of instincts and desires to which the person in
    • aura. And the outcome was that the person who had undergone this, and
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    • words, can even the ordinary person, with no clairvoyant capacity,
    • has not experienced it on the physical plane. But persons known to him
    • can give an example. Of course, this can be observed only by persons
    • good will impulses present themselves to the soul before the person
    • person is so evil and degenerate that he establishes such a connection
    • will then consist in whether a person can develop in the test
    • which the test of a person will consist in the fact that, in the
    • occurs. It will not depend then upon whether a person has actually
    • are wholly materialistic will this be unattainable., A person may
    • that he draws the spiritual down into the material. A person is
    • the 1930's, there will be persons — and more and more, later in
    • today that a person may be very able intellectually but be immoral, we
    • reached their climax. Whereas a person can be very dangerous today by
    • evidence of truth which is available even to the person who does not
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    • a stick. In such a case it is generally characteristic for a person to
    • stick against another person in days gone by. Yes, it is you yourself
    • person's karma. And mistakes are often made just here in the education
    • principles of education, there are many persons in the world now who
    • maintain only two generations of persons with strong wills.
    • person does not by any means have under his control. Only gradually
    • head. A person who permits himself to do such a thing must think for
    • connected. Depending on whether the person works or does not work, is
    • reason why so few persons take an interest in — spiritual things.
    • persons who go through life very inattentively may be very obstinate.
    • Persons who are altogether weak-willed are often discovered to be
    • strive to overcome obstinacy. It is precisely in persons with weak
    • through the endeavour to understand complex personalities, through the
    • know, when I walk on, the streets and see persons and animals, it
    • seems as if I had to enter into the persons and the animals. It
    • person in question had cultivated absorption in things, in the secrets
    • erroneous is said in the presence of a clairvoyant person, the pain
    • entered two persons, a gentleman and a lady. I sat in one comer and
    • person. He lay down, sprang up again in five minutes; then again he
    • she arrived in Berlin. These two persons never for one moment noticed
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    • of confidence that each personality has in the other. Human beings
    • joint tasks one ought to say: You are the right person, not because
    • personality distinguished in modern scientific circles said at a
    • procedure of which one could say that it arose out of the personal
    • little, however, the curious fact will emerge that a person's
    • future an immoral person will actually be stupid or will have to
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    • increasing all the time. Many a person of whom we do not expect it, is
    • further life is to be regarded as a gift. And when the person in
    • great revolution takes place in the soul and the personality is
    • individuality can be possessed by the personality of a Bodhisattva at
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    • personalities to be singled out for initiation, and the initiation
    • in some personality — than which there is no greater evil —
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    • certain matters which can promote a deep personal understanding of
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    • personal sense, will realise that there is something in joy that makes us
    • particular person? The only intelligent line of thought is that we
    • kind with this person, because we may have been in some way indebted
    • thinks about the possibility of the relationship to this person having
    • imagine that in a subsequent life we shall be led to this person by
    • knowledge we may amass, is something entirely personal, and that we
    • can never transcend the personal by means of what we acquire for
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    • been said to be that of a person of renown. In speaking of previous
    • back to important historical personages. I have come across all kinds
    • personage or figure in the Gospels. Quite recently a lady informed me
    • personality (I am only mentioning one case among many). There was,
    • raying out from a certain personality, which was not altogether
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    • we shall hear more about the character and the person of Christian
    • There were present not only personalities in incarnation on the
    • later. We are speaking, therefore, of a physical personality who
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    • find personalities in olden and recent times who can in actual
    • harmony with this. One such extraordinary personality lived in
    • this, Novalis is one of those personalities who is a living
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    • hearing again one of the personalities belonging to the most powerful
    • by a personality who has been very much misunderstood in the world,
    • enkindled so that the higher personality can develop. Only then can
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    • (This is expressed in H.P. Blavatsky\'s The Secret Doctrine, Volume 3, ‘Esotericism,’ p. 330, in the following way: ‘Prometheus is a symbol and a personNote 3)
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    • a personality appeared in Europe who had been initiated into certain
    • straight to the human heart and can uplift a person, but it is unable
    • Jehovah — religion, the wisdom of which is quite without personal
    • materialism, the personal element of egoism is involved, which leads
    • outbreak of the French Revolution a personality appeared to Madame d'Adhemar,
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    • which was founded by a person who called himself Mani
    • represented in a personality whom he called Faustus.
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    • Freemasonry. That is not so easy. A person who gets to know something
    • that, the person concerned can be admitted to his apprenticeship. On
    • person anything which he has not produced by his own labours. A
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    • about things of which I have personal experience. In the present
    • fashion. They are not regarded just as persons, but as the
    • personification of particular qualities.
    • enable a person to arrive at the object itself.
    • gift from above and not as something to be achieved by personal
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    • higher degrees trace back to a personality often spoken about but
    • situations an occultist can meet in life. This personality is the
    • the person concerned has learned to live without his physical body;
    • the body of the person concerned, which otherwise takes place at
    • death. Death is then no longer possible, for the said person has long
    • however, is achieved by that. A person living today as a rule hardly
    • person from one who has gone through such a schooling that the five
    • bodies have become objects. The ordinary person does indeed live in
    • unintelligible to the ordinary person.
    • person says who is ignorant of the true sum of the angles of a
    • can be recognised as facts. The person concerned is instructed in the
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    • rule, are not personages known to history;
    • personalities, but this is in a certain respect a sacrifice. The
    • themselves altogether as personalities, and to allow what they did to
    • epoch. You will always find a base-colour there, that the person has
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    • interweave between one person and the next] . One must study the
    • personalities. Today, historians know that these first seven kings never
    • person able to work towards the building up of society is he who has
    • great world temple has become increasingly forgotten. A person can be
    • Ages. If a person walked through the streets then, he saw the house
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 12: Concerning the Lost Temple and How It Is To Be Restored - 2
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    • of mustard seed. Aquarius or the Water Carrier means the same person
    • Ages, This wisdom is exactly what Dante sought to personify in his
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    • fear or because of reward who is a moral person, but he who follows
    • already appeared there; this appeared to us again in [the persons] of
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    • When a person can penetrate into the physical body with such Father
    • could be completely managed by the ego. Now such a person would stand
    • single person will reach this point in the middle of the sixth Root
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 15: Atoms and the Logos in the Light of Occultism
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    • of a person are really rather incomprehensible for people outside the
    • each other, that weave from person to person, forming continually
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 16: The Relationship of Occultism to the Theosophical Movement
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    • and souls of leading personalities and individualities. Take the
    • bring it back into balance again. However, if a person has begun to
    • Indian person with very straightforward pictorial images; and he will
    • today was produced. When a person thus descends into life, he can
    • overcomes his own personal self and thereby ceases to be a small
    • Slowly, gradually, the person learns to proceed [further] down into
    • point near to [his] origin. Thus must it have been for the person in
    • That is a moment when a person begins to understand that in nature
    • Form, the Spirits of Movement, the Spirits of Personality or of
    • occult personalities who stood over its inception. The powers who
    • and what manifests through individual personalities, as it can
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 18: Freemasonry and Human Evolution II
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    • fertilising and fructifying force by which a new person is created,
    • comes to expression in every new earth life is not the personality of
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 19: The Relationship Between Occult Knowledge and Everyday Life
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    • super-sensible worlds, how can such a person — given the standpoint
    • body conditions and relationships. When I confront another person, v
    • but my astral body certainly does. If a person says something filled
    • which stream towards me from the other person.
    • child's nature all the greatness he, as a fine person and good
    • and pedantic person with narrow and opinionated concepts and ideas.
    • Through his concepts, a person is continually creating structures in
    • something to him. What must happen if one person is to make something
    • person's astral substance. This concept, this thought, thus flows
    • into the other person's astral substance. Once there, it must first
    • person who has formed for himself the idea that reincarnation is
    • substance. The new thought of the first person now arrives and
    • person's] concepts are too rigid, too fixed. He cannot adapt the
    • a person keeps his concepts flexible, so that these can always be
    • take yet another situation, that of a person who encounters someone
    • you yourself conveying this reverence to the other person as
    • another person, one thereby offers him the opportunity of allowing
    • interaction between the person revered and the person showing
    • person, that cannot revere anything, stands in relation to
    • of what we receive in return through revering another person who is
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    • inner person, the work on the perfection of self. If you talk with a
    • pilgrimage of the soul is expressed in the person of Parsifal, who
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture I
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    • body and Ego of the one person into the astral body and Ego
    • person who has this desire for torment, this need for
    • grounds. Such a person may tell us that he has done this or
    • that to the other person for one reason or another; these
    • actually preventing the person concerned from realising the
    • all kinds of things to the other person, and that under the
    • the case of a person who is terribly vain, who suffers from
    • person may wish to exercise a controlling influence upon
    • Lucifer, such a person never gets to the point of saying to
    • for some other person but he cannot acknowledge them,
    • person and he is unable to do so because this other person,
    • discovers that the other person is planning something
    • malicious; the first person then proceeds to paint a mental
    • “first person” story, as we say. This character
    • story (it is, as I say a ‘first person’ tale),
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture II
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    • Arthur and the two other personalities who have been
    • America seems to be personified in him ... it is all made
    • spectrum comes to the still living personality. But here we
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture III
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    • communicated to you in respect of persons who have died
    • all to us, the connection of the world with our own person,
    • something quite different if a foolish person, some
    • statements of many persons there is a lack of material for
    • death a person is not in a position to behold this
    • person. In a long conversation he developed the fixed idea
    • give you a correctly formed idea of how a person comes into
    • said. It is natural for an elder person when he is speaking
    • the cause itself and not in the person and the position of
    • the individual personality in the world. And when he spoke
    • these things for personal reasons, because I feel myself to
    • single personality — but concerning many things I
    • personal and does not touch the teaching. But a fact like
    • personal charge to be together with our forces, then there
  • Title: The Bridge between Morality and Nature
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    • outside which surely connects a person to the entire cosmos,
    • a person develops into a physical being; but this physical
    • happened when one could take the example of how a person,
    • does a person exit? He or she takes their physical bodily
    • or anything which has a physical sensory existence. A person is
    • These are his actual concepts. If he comes across a person, he
    • Just think of a person's outer social life. Let's accept they
  • Title: Spiritual Science, History, Reincarnation, Culture, Examples
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    • applies them to life. The course of every person's life can be
    • considering how a person has more of this, or less of that,
    • his forbearers and thus we create personal history daily. We
    • present, insofar this person or these people directly have
    • physical body. When we have a person present in front of us, we
    • situations, yes, everywhere, say: what a person takes on from
    • person. We also have a child, and next, a mediocre person,
    • average person, and thirdly a person with a disposition of
    • an explanation, and the person with a disposition of having
    • can't merely get to know a person according to what his nose
    • personality would be eliminated and the nation had decided to
    • call for a nobody, a person regarded as a nothing to be their
    • person is not regarded as great by indifferently passing by
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    • minds of every single person, at the same time was fully
    • 1900 to 1907 or 1909. I personally would also not have been
    • someone or other to do this or that if the person doesn't get
    • striking back on me personally because as a result it restricts
    • person wrote to me that he had a conversation with this Max
    • Dessoir. Obviously such a person as Dessoir can't be converted
    • person concerned, he would possibly say: “If something
    • movement as such. In a person such as Frohnmeyer it
    • mass; he represents a type of person within these groups which
    • refrain from the personal. For me it never depends upon the
    • personal. I never want to defend or attack a Frohnmeyer or
    • want to attach anything to these people personally. For example
    • the examiner and the learned chair-person for what is involved
    • depends on the personality traits found amongst members. I must
    • “As private person I can only admit that up to now I have
    • “I personally stand completely with Mennikes' point of
    • “So I see from this personal attitude (which should
    • is a basic Christian truth that a person with original sin
    • `successful outcomes' and so it `breaks through'. A person
    • to submit to this. A person should not out of his own kind of
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  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 5: From Sense Perception to Spirit Imaging
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    • in quite an everyday way. Consider the type of experience a person has
    • a person may have had years ago. Imaginations on the other hand, if
    • be found not to relate primarily to personal experience. They may be
    • A person's attitude
    • event, how little are we involved with our total personality in something
    • This changes when a person
    • at will, without the person being overcome by it. What happens is that
    • remaining the same person he was before, reflecting at the same level
    • of the person making such judgements. Otherwise there is no sound foundation
    • a sense become another person, in so far as one is now not merely living
    • images entering into consciousness do not present a content personal
    • the whole person, not just the brain person, experiences in the search
    • to imaginative perception, it is the whole, the complete person who
    • still connected with the person, these experiences shift outwards, into
    • of a person who feels driven by his life impulses to become an idealist
    • of a person in this way. For this is the only way of really coming to
    • a new relationship to the very way in which a person logically represents,
    • the whole person. It is this involvement of the whole person, as distinct
    • will see nothing of the personifications, of the pictures entirely deriving
    • in a pathological direction by one person, while another, with greatest
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 6: From Imaginative Knowledge to Inspirational Knowledge
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    • that does not recall personal experience but now bears the stamp of
    • of perception develops, for they now arouse greater personal interest.
    • for our personal experiences. The process of Imagination moves away
    • and healthy. A person who hallucinates, who has visions, takes his visions,
    • his hallucinations, to be a reality. A person practising Imagination
    • that gives a person practising Imagination a state of conscious awareness
    • controlled in a special way, and the person enters wholly into this
    • to a person, and it is approximately also the case which applies when
    • of human actions. Here in the physical world, any moral person merely
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 7: The Gulf Between a Causal Explanation of Nature and the Moral World Order
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    • in a person who looks at the world with an unprejudiced eye is one that
    • external content, not to one based on personal experience. By practising
    • the Imagination of our whole being as a human person, that is, discard,
    • in freedom, out of the love our individual personality is capable of.
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 8: The Social Question
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    • as the things an adult person does in life cannot be the same as those
    • me if I bring a personal note into this now — but it was this which
    • I speak with a personal note, but behind this personal note lies my
    • truly professes Christianity? Or is it the person who knows that however
    • for a person who insists on continuing in the decline that shows itself
    • is designed to lead to inner freedom of thought, and this person can
  • Title: Natural Science; the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • has been organized by some person in authority but we should be
    • personality of the godly Being. Whoever finds a dogma such as
    • soul forces. As a rule each person who has experienced this
    • Examine how a living person stands within his or her life. They
    • tomes, what Basilius Valentinus or some or other person
    • basically not differentiate, one person from another, amongst
    • is spoken but it is most significant that a person today is
    • pointed out that it is not possible to have personal interviews
    • into account after a personal meeting. However I'd like to know
  • Title: Et Incarnatus Est
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    • has given much study to the personality of Jesus and who has
    • personality known through the centuries as the Redeemer of the
    • even from those who enjoyed the privilege of his personal
    • Jesus, or to imagine a life and personality such as is
    • such profundity and personal originality that, if we deny
    • possibility that Christ was actually the person He said He was
    • impressive and loveable personality. This personality was
    • and personal tenderness must have been extraordinarily charming
    • eccentric persons, the epileptic, hysterical, or crazy, who
    • their religious emotions and enthusiasms onto the person of an
    • it was to provide satisfaction to such a typical person of the
    • the needs of a person of the nineteenth century.
    • of the next thirty-three years. Personal karma rules in our
    • as outer fact or deed (not in a personal but in a historic
    • and weaves in so far as it is not a mere personal being but is
    • has turned to hate; to such persons falls rather the duty of
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture I: Where and How Does One Find the Spirit?
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    • that one can say, an answer can offend the one person in this
    • way, the other person in that way. The one may feel sore just
    • time (1908) by a person (Hermann Ebbinghaus, 1850–1909,
    • A third person who sees this feeling of fear in us is able to
    • however, on the state of the person. A human being who has
    • that person faces the event with fear and fright. We call that
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture II: Goethe's Secret Revelation - Exoteric
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    • Just if one considers the relation of these significant persons
    • are in our time persons who strive to abandon some old
    • there were quite strange personalities here. One could regard
    • necessity and logic. Thus, he felt the necessity to personify
    • will-o'-the-wisps, how certain forces are personified in the
    • levels in the processes that happen between the single persons.
    • himself in pictures and personalities, this is one and the
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture III: Goethe's Secret Revelation - Esoteric
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    • Today, one can hear those persons who think about such matters
    • which the power of imagination could attain impersonally.
    • Goethe belongs to those persons who reject the principle the
    • to exclude the personal and to come to objectivity. For that
    • aversion, their sympathy and antipathy, briefly, the personal
    • the elimination of everything personal in relation to the
    • that nothing personal is involved, but also in relation to
    • personally, but let the thoughts think in us, as well as we let
    • thoughts from the influence of the personal, we speak of the
    • this is possible, it is also possible to blank out all personal
    • stimulates the feeling does no longer to do with person,
    • personal like thinking, so that the feeling provides such
    • Hence, the different figures are in such a personal relation as
    • There are persons who have the advance preferably towards the
    • unproductiveness. These persons are sometimes very astute, are
    • is said: the single personality is capable of nothing. If,
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture IV: Bible and Wisdom I
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    • Bible! One could find this judgment among certain personalities
    • successively as a single person would not bring in inner
    • personality, of the old Greek philosopher and naturalist
    • clever person or maybe a symbolist as researcher may get to the
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture V: Bible and Wisdom II
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    • least to many personalities of our time.
    • experienced or come to know it from persons who had witnessed
    • normal human-personal, the sense that says to itself, yes,
    • appeared to various persons, to the twelve disciples and
    • way, as the colours and the light are around a blind person.
    • being of the personality, the being of that who faces us. In
    • remembers what he himself has experienced in his personal life,
    • made no sense to give the name Adam to a single person. Thus,
    • find an expression of God in our personal ego if we become
    • the time when Moses appeared, the human personality was on the
    • personalities which were regarded as suitable to apply the
    • time has come when the ego becomes aware in the single person,
    • he had to initiate a person in his way.
    • possibly, as if three persons stand grouped on a slope of a
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VI: Superstition from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science
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    • — you will soon see why — why the person concerned
    • a very advanced person. Telling the following, I would like to
    • may be something that a person has banished completely from his
    • compares those persons who are 20-year-old today and were
    • the peculiar state of mind in which a superstitious person is.
    • once, and on the other side of the street a person was walking.
    • could not have seen him. It is peculiar how two persons often
    • thought. Richet saw a person and had the certain impression to
    • seemed to him brainless to have taken another person who was
    • There you have two persons who judge the same event quite
    • bias, in which a person is with his line of thought, causes
    • that he colours another person whom he faces in such a way.
    • who has to treat such a sick person has to pay attention in
    • who does it in a completely unselfish way without any personal
    • of the talks, a person said afterwards, it would be rather
    • that he read something about strange personalities of the
    • or that person.
    • following: if you face this or that person with a natural
    • person that a hand of a statue got lost, was found again in
    • — This is in such a way that the persons want to remain
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  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VII: Issues of Nutrition in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • Such persons also believe — and in certain respects they
    • assume that three or four other persons have already worked on
    • personal being. Where the human being regulates life, and
    • earth, should be hemmed in the personal. Everything that
    • brought him to his personal interests is connected with the
    • qualities are not to be developed without the personal element,
    • his personal interests with the animal food. His sense is
    • beings and maybe at the food of the ancestors. A person who has
    • completely different. This