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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • not express itself in any particular external formalities, nor does it
    • contains is the one expressed here in the golden rule.
    • own self, is expressed in an ancient Indian text, “What you think
    • through any external pressure but by steadfast resolve of will. It is
    • facial expression or some other insignificant habit, if he becomes
    • suppresses his anger when something annoying happens to him and thinks
    • impressions. To do so, it becomes necessary, therefore, to set aside a
    • person must be able to tear himself away from all sense impressions,
    • this inner silence, this shedding of all sense impressions has
    • occurred, all memory of past sense impressions must in addition be
    • perception. A person must suppress all negative sensations and
    • to himself and cannot suppress the desire to pass it on, his soul will
    • take the place of criticism. It suppresses the advancement of the soul
    • faculty of expressing himself in the spirit realm. What I have had to
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • something absurd, something to be suppressed by all possible means.
    • other than a physical expression of the totality of the
    • body, the consequences of gender will express themselves in outer
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • particularly by taking a stand that can be expressed in the
    • external aspects and expressions of spiritual processes. Similarly,
    • Through it are expressed the instinctive feelings and in certain
    • two. The external physical expression of this contrast is to be
    • We perceive it in its external expression when we realize the
    • noticeable than inner body heat the physical expression of inner
    • nervous system is the expression of this inner light. In regard to
    • that can be called the physical expression of the invisible light
    • the expression of the activity originating from the astral body.
    • If a man is to find the physical expression of
    • develop inwardly that would otherwise be expressed externally. His
    • Milk is completely different from meat in that it expresses in the
    • an expression of what he eats. Yet he ought to nourish himself in
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • and impressive natural phenomenon. We see how still he is standing,
    • ideation, and immediate expression is given to an impulse of will.
    • expression to moral impulses, these impulses are the shadow-images of
    • dreaming is the condition that can come to expression in fantasy.
    • into us. And when we work actively during sleep, impressing morality
    • silent in his room, heavy-hearted and oppressed, not knowing which way
    • chemistry are an expression of the numerical ratios of the Harmony of
    • is there compressed to the utmost degree. An inward quality too must
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • that may finally be expressed in various forms of disease that simulate
    • expression was coined because of the way political affairs in Europe have
    • suppress certain actions or movements out of his free will.
    • that he should repress justified criticism if it is objective. On the
    • less oppressive effect. They will become less oppressive when we
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • rather to express something in which spiritual science must come to an
    • communication, to express what the spiritual investigator perceives.
    • by sleep, when sense impressions cease. The soul of the pupil was led
    • sense impressions. After pursuing his exercises for a long time, the
    • experience impressed on him that man can know his spiritual essence by
    • expression in immediate form and as historical fact in Christ Jesus.
    • sphere when it attains to that experience expressed by St. Paul, “Not
    • we find in Western philosophy the thought expressed that had we no
    • Goethe had something else in mind when he expressed the truth that
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • painting. In it we can admire fundamental elements expressing the loftiest
    • covered with paintings that expressed this, and the earth had been brought
    • found depicted on these walls. This Purgatory painting expresses in the
    • existence that must be contemplated after death." This is what is expressed
    • nature contains something we must look upon as the expression of man's
    • divine spiritual heights, and they tried to express it in this painting in
    • possible that they could have done it. It expresses in a monumental and
    • find it expressed in many ways, and also in the wonderful simplicity of the
    • So this Campo Santo painting of the Middle Ages expresses all that is
    • expression in the painting I have just described. Ever and again will we
    • expressed, for instance, in the painting I have described, although we must
    • in order that man may take hold of what is expressed in the Campo Santo
    • Available from Anthroposophic Press. Spring Valley, N.Y.
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • expressing his own selfish joy or pain, desire or bliss, in poor
    • only have been expressive of that which lived within him, of the
    • expressive interjections for these only; his speech would have
    • But the human capacity for expressing the working of the mind in words
    • interjections and words to express the feelings of his inner being; in
    • to expression in the power of speech. In this way it was made possible
    • improving his power of expression, that the Christ-Impulses rule
    • to expression. The Obelisks were erected so that man might begin to
    • power of speech which, as an expression of his inner being, was in
    • It was not expressed quite clearly, but human evolution strove forward
    • ripened sufficiently to be expressed by the Greek philosophers with
    • be expressed as follows: —
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • seeking, all our impressions would give us sucking or stabbing pains. We
    • impression — and it would have been the same with the other senses
    • was to the Greeks what is expressed in the victory of Michael or St.
    • mankind. With wonderful skill he made them express the human types of
    • the pressure toward the ego and, on the other side, human beings
    • Yes, the science of the spirit will impress upon us ever more deeply that
    • flowed over into our earthly activities was an expression of the
    • reiterated, I should say, expressing symbolically, of course, what is quite
    • expression of the living Word of Christ.”
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • as in sleep, our senses must be wholly shut off from all impressions
    • But to suppress what spiritual science has to add is not to insist on
    • What is the task of the spiritual researcher? Let me try to express it in
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • earthly expression of a struggle between luciferic forces in the East
    • nationalistic sentiment and strove for absolute expression and
    • facial expression and in every gesture reflects a magnificent degree
    • very motion of raising his hand, is expressing his infinite compassion
    • something that may be expressed in the words: I cannot bear the
    • an impression must under no circumstances be conveyed. Rather, the
    • will be concave underneath. In this depression there will be another
    • depression in the rock and in it stands this winged figure with wings
    • figure in the depression has bat-like wings. This figure virtually
    • golden veins down in the rock depression to wind around Ahriman's body
    • express the same motif through the medium of painting, but then the
    • concept must be expressed differently. To summarize, the group of
    • like the spirit world, but with everything being expressed as images,
    • expressed in the East (Central Europeans do not understand this just
    • “Russian man”; their jargon is an expression of an undefined sensual
    • that France gave to Russia. This alliance is the physical expression
    • for one effect can impress our souls in an especially significant way.
    • impressions come from the debates among various political parties in
    • is calculated to impress the child's soul materialistically. The
    • treatment of spiritual science was intended to impress the public purely
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  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • case today, upon the single individuality. Spiritual science expresses
    • immortality with pure materialism, with the belief that an impress of
    • and not until the sixth epoch, to bring to definite expression the
    • expresses itself in language when, instead of saying as we do in the
    • intelligentsia attach importance to the use of the expression,
    • noun. In the expression, “the Russian man.” the adjective
    • really nullifies what is expressed in the noun. For when true manhood
    • meaning and purpose are revealed. Faust expressed the same truth when
    • through which God expresses His divinity. As we try to experience and
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • assumed the expression of his inner being; his countenance changed
    • shape were altogether the expression of his inner life. The human being
    • change expression, but in a certain way the bodily form has grown firm
    • specially marked bodies, which will express their inner moral qualities.
    • expression from the series of our incarnations. The human beings will
    • thus more and more express the moral qualities.
    • constitute an almost fatal destiny, a real fate, which will be impressed
    • Golgotha, also sees what is developing within our souls as an expression
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • through them we adopt viewpoints and receive impressions which are
    • directly impressed by the astonishing achievements of science; but it would be
    • impressed, apathy regarding external life would follow upon indifference
    • expressing something which unprejudiced observation of scientific research
    • It is true that people possessed of really healthy impressions about the
    • The feeling thus expressed by Herman Grimm, in an age when it was not
    • the physical eye we can perceive — to adopt an expression of Goethe's
    • this expression amiss; I could have used another just as well.) Within the
    • forces to develop what comes to expression in the human brain.
    • that what is expressed in the features becomes more clearly defined. The
    • bodily expression of our temperament and emotions. Spiritual research
    • leading to the utterance of such thoughts as have been here expressed. Yet
    • as it continually tends to avoid expressions based upon subjective
    • a spiritual researcher who expressed himself in this book, but a man was
    • sole possession of a science, which was true and genuine, who expressed
    • attitude expressed by me in that lecture) can raise any objections to
    • following opinion was expressed not by an individual without importance, but
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • death to man exist in the Universe for that express purpose. In
    • Universe which bring death to man are there for this express purpose.
    • which, when they come to expression in their side-effects, are so
    • man? Of a truth, they are not present in the Universe for the express
    • will find expressed in speech and language the human being's
    • Archai. In speech they will find an expression of that whereby a man
    • themselves the expressions of and configurations of feeling in other
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • the age of the Consciousness Soul and that these drives seek to press
    • impulses of men be expressed by only one side. This is because the
    • interchange between two people. The impression which one person makes
    • tendency to establish social impulses consists in, and expresses
    • socialist groups. What does it express? It expresses the most
    • unnatural thing that could possibly be thought today. It expresses an
    • is a genuine illusion, if I can use this expression, and which has
    • Soul through birth and heredity. This actually comes to expression in
    • disposition expresses itself in not detaching from the soul its
    • powers expressing sickness and death. They learn to know this as an
    • dangers. This is even expressed in the external character of people
    • people from the West arises precisely from what is expressed at the
    • Rudolf Steiner Press, London, 1970.
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • spirit! something is expressed that has been nurtured in one's own
    • expression only to a rich life of the soul, not of the spirit.
    • the modern age. It comes to expression in the absence of will from the
    • But what the Greek experienced of the spirit was merely its expression
    • finds, to begin with, only the expression of the spirit in the realm
    • very few of them would — to use a trivial expression — feel
    • find expression in a threefold social order because its factual
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • come to expression in our bodily nature. For the capacity is terribly
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • warmth-organism, his Ego gives rise to what comes to expression when
    • the astral body and coming to expression in the earthly organization
    • to immediate expression. The solid organism itself is, in reality,
    • truth merely its external expression, this is the same as seeing only
    • The astral body which comes to expression in feeling operates through
    • a positive impression although not identical with the impressions of
    • the white sphere. The black area also gives a positive impression. In
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • in our dreams it comes to expression in pictures. I said that we may
    • practical expression of these ideals. But nobody can conceive that the
    • Taking this as an example, we may say: Moral ideals come to expression
    • expression — through the air that is within man. They are, so to
    • or that you saw them coming to expression in others, or that you felt
    • with all the impressions we have had. Our Ego was living in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • an invariably controversial expression — How do we achieve
    • Abstract thinkers such as Kant also employ an abstract expression.
    • of which we grasp, on the one side, what comes to expression in our
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • expressed this in a certain sense very radically when he said that he had
    • Typhon, who, expressed in Egyptian terms, is none other than Ahriman.
    • writing, they also expressed it in their architectural constructions. They
    • express in this pyramid that the forces which shine down from the sun are
    • It thereby expresses the eternal, not the transitory nature of this event.
    • which is living under such terrible oppression.
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • clear impression: “When we study the stars and apply our
    • expressed in the gradual disappearance of the real Christmas symbol,
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • notions should connect themselves with such expressions as
    • the expressions which in olden times could be used to describe intimate
    • detached from the inner organic life, and which (if the expression be
    • It was Albrecht von Haller who expressed the “Ignorabimus”
    • waking dream; the pictures that appear in the dream are here pressed
    • — please do not misunderstand the expression — how the whole
    • have now to press forward, as I emphasised in my “Philosophy of
    • impressions of colour and sound and heat; for when we come consciously
    • awake in his soul and pressing forward to the immortal part of his own
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • to expression in the form of feeling, surge upwards. We know that
    • dreamlike experience of feeling which comes to expression in
    • unconscious realms. They press upwards from the sleeping will. It is
    • it comes to expression in the form of negative judgments, judgments of
    • forms give expression to sympathetic affirmation or antipathetic
    • still felt his thoughts as we today feel sense-impressions, he was
    • cosmic wisdom was lost to Christianity — and this comes to expression
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • An Expression Of The Mystery Of Man
    • when they have inner experiences and wish to give expression to them.
    • to express Man in a symbol. If one seeks the nearest modern words to
    • expressed in the first letter of the alphabet.
    • expression to a concept, a meaning, a truth about Man simply by saying
    • comprehensive sentence would be uttered giving expression to the
    • go on to express how Man conducts himself in his temple and how he
    • relates to the cosmos. In short, what would be expressed by speaking
    • accompanying thoughts, but it would be the expression of the Mystery of Man
    • alphabet, did not express what was related to external events,
    • brought to expression through his larynx and his speech organs.
    • subconscious. But as the child develops, forces press upwards within
    • moving, is expressed in the H hidden in each of the vowels. Consider,
    • therefore, a vowel harmony expressed somewhere in speech: let us say
    • I, O, U, A. (ed.: IH, OH, UH, AH in German) What is expressed by this?
    • Something is expressed that is the cosmic working of four planets. Let
    • forming of vowels within the planetary spheres is expressed, but also
    • vowels, a planetary mystery was expressed. The deed of a divine being
    • within the planetary world was expressed in the name. Were a divine
    • name expressed with a consonant in it, the deed of the divine being
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  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • which is expressed and communicated through language — this can
    • it gradually decays. (This may not be a very beautiful expression, by
    • as though you made an impression on an elastic ball: the ball recovers
    • whole of man's activity which finds expression in the outer world is
    • enter into many forms of activity. This activity expresses itself, as
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • of the Rudolf Steiner Press, London, successors to the Anthroposophical
    • conscious evolution these words have expressed three great ideals:
    • from that of modern man. The latter at most expresses his very
    • physical body; just as a warm enthusiasm for Beauty expresses itself
    • relate to the actual being of man all that is expressed instinctively
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • Ancient man knew that reality expressed itself in things which today are
    • All this is expressed in the development of man's religious consciousness.
    • merely an impress. He looked up to the cosmos from the earth; and in
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • express itself during physical earthly life as something outwardly
    • impression, of course, that everything is as easy to comprehend in
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • One can get the impression that, if one doesn't know anything, there
    • What must provide the basis there I actually dared to express only a few
    • for itself thereby bringing about that excess which presses downward, so
    • migraine that it can again press back the digestive process which broke
    • which, if out of balance, always expresses itself in physical processes of
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • who in at least two successive incarnations made a powerful impression on
    • expressed in their inner content.
    • deep impression they make on us. Whatever we have before us in immediate
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • great illusion, and it made no great impression on men, for they knew
    • more as something that made an impression on them. Their souls became
    • express it in a soul-spiritual way, the understanding could come only
    • the higher hierarchies had expressed their teachings amongst
    • — if I may express it in this way. They had to say: the
    • spirituality. We might express approximately in this way the content
    • man's consciousness. If we apply human expressions to the willing of
    • comparison, for I must always use human expressions in cases where
    • other expressions should really be found — that special joy
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • School in Berlin, expressed the wish to read these notes. They were
    • printing press, the people were to come to the theatre and see the
    • powerful impression in spite of a thoroughly bad translation and poor
    • his marked personality, the expression of Christian ideals of that
    • expressive power, their purity and naturalness were moreover impaired
    • by bad staging), Shakespeare's plays leave a strong impression, even
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • Dr. Steiner in 1902 at the Workmen's School in Berlin expressed
    • not fail to produce a powerful impression in spite of an
    • and in spite of his strong personality, the basic expression of
    • and others; their expressive power, their purity and naturalness
    • staging, Shakespeare's plays leave a strong impression, even when
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • Temple Legend. All these Spiritual Streams came to expression
    • all at once express itself in a form. Only consider how Life hurries
    • the physiognomy will be a direct expression for that which karma has
    • need not be mentioned. It must express itself in the forming of a
    • It is still there. It comes to expression later, again modified and
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • withdraw into himself and does not allow any material impressions of
    • rejects the impressions which he has received from the physical world
    • impress upon his disciples.
    • a science which, although expressed through sense-perception, is
    • only after I have reduced it to mathematical formulae. To express by
    • in this sense, which may be thus mathematically expressed. As
    • itself fails to afford any immediate expression. But the method of
    • added to that which we call “Euclidian.” Euclid expresses by
    • of the word any statement which cannot be expressed in numbers or
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • with a dead man. The expression ‘when we are speaking’ can
    • are distances which do not come to expression on the physical plane.
    • that I was so deeply impressed, — liked what he said, and found
    • secret of communion with children who have died can be expressed by
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • encouraged them to raise questions, to express their opinions and
    • more people expressed the desire to read the lectures for workers.
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • expressed in the form of the spiritual sympathies and antipathies we
    • the artist cannot express the world of thought, as it finds
    • expression in the ordinary earthly world, in an artistic way
    • expressed in such a way that we perceive it through the speech-sense,
    • Aesthetic Letters. Only thus could he express it at that time,
    • expression in nutrition, in the development of warmth and in
    • every field how evolution as a whole is pressing on towards knowledge
    • in his own way, to express an aesthetic understanding of life in much
    • expressed, still more concretely, in Imaginations that came from the
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • Dornach, and the Rudolf Steiner Press.
    • one cannot help feeling oppressed if one remembers a saying by Herman
    • feeling of oppression. For one must admit: Luther does not live on
    • was stirred by his dealings with Schiller. They led Goethe to express
    • give it expression, having raised it to its highest level. Schiller
    • held, this ideal condition would be expressed in the creation and
    • experience are suppressed; man does not do them justice. He does not
    • system in man, represents a quite impersonal element, expressed in the
    • impressions from the other. We must have a State, which rules through
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • limbs. These are of course crude expressions that are only roughly
    • Now let us go back to the event that makes a strong impression on our
    • days of crude observation is not generally noticed. The impression
    • brought to expression in poems of earlier ages, where a destiny that
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • to the Sun. Saturn's relation to the Sun is expressed in space and
    • In the human being, the relationship of Saturn to the Sun is expressed
    • the development of the forces which finally express themselves in
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • equally well express it, the relation of man's earthly life to his
    • expressed in the very form and figure of man. No-one understands the
    • embryonic life. And we refresh once more what was impressed in our
    • Ah he expresses something that lives in his inner soul as a
    • an inner quality. Every vowel expresses some element of the inner
    • space now finds expression in the little child's learning to walk and
    • express in the simple word Tree. Again, you yourself can say the word.
    • formations that the word Tree is expressed. There in reality you have
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • comes to expression. For if he does not do this, then when all that is
    • anti-social powers to expression. I have often said that the reason
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • let us say, will be able by pressing a button concealed in his pocket, to
    • purpose than to be an expression, each one of them, of a future stage of
    • economic strife among nations, pressure for expansion, suppression in every
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • so express it — has become mineral, for in this state the
    • spiritual beings themselves. This can be expressed by saying
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • outside the physical and etheric body, receive strong impressions from
    • at the same time radiant with light. But the impression made upon the
    • is an immensely beautiful and impressive living and streaming activity
    • be. In reality the soul is emerging from the impressions of the cosmic
    • individual form, expressing in an inner Word, that can be perceived
    • Logos brings to expression at the same time — writing, as it
    • The result is an exceptionally beautiful and impressive etheric organ.
    • this expression in speech proceeded from their essential being. And
    • In all that is expressed in the movement of the human limbs, in all
    • are real. Their expression as Soul comes about because these
    • description, but press on to the inner life.
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • of men were not the expression of impulses from beings who
    • we recognise their figures to be pictorial expressions of what the
    • the St. Thomas Aquinas Calendar. St. Dominic's Press,
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • Wagner himself ever express this conviction? Most certainly he did!
    • And the significant thing is that he expressed it from the musician's
    • To Richard Wagner the tones of outer music were an expression, a
    • represented in the instruments. What these instruments express can
    • and art arose. Truth was expressed in the form of art, in
    • able to express with the same inner certainty experiences which arise
    • within him and he expresses in action what he feels and experiences in
    • passages in Shakespeare's plays which gave him the impression: There
    • is something at this point which had perforce to remain unexpressed,
    • express itself in a symphonic whole, it is doomed to inner congestion
    • Symphony, Wagner felt that the whole soul of the composer is pressing
    • could express itself outwardly in action. That which cannot be
    • expressed dramatically, must be contained in the music. That which the
    • music cannot express must be contained in the drama. — Richard
    • Mysteries, for the deepest and most sacred experiences to be expressed
    • he feels it necessary to express much more than the physical part of
    • more deeply connected with the sources of life than can be expressed
    • expression to the higher nature of the human being that he could not
    • mythological figures, for he was thus able to express cosmic laws and
    • sacrifice of a virgin? Such images as these are the expressions of
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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • mystical, abstract or indefinite thought. It expressed itself in
    • Idea of the Good stands above the others. — For what is expressed
    • family-likeness but this family-likeness is actually expressed through
    • complete and all-embracing — was merely the lowest expression of
    • contains merely the outward expression of the spiritual world. Nor let
    • the ‘Galileans.’ ” This expression was used in the
    • expressed in a most wonderful way in a deeply significant legend
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • just been expressed. We may say: every kind of pessimism is wrong.
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • to express this, but this courage very much annoyed the learned
    • As a philosopher might express himself, he bears it within him as a
    • whether he is a realistic or an idealistic painter, an expressionist,
    • impressionist, or futurist), he thinks that the reality can be
    • expressive as possible, and attached to it, a serpent’s body,
    • expressed their views, they wrote letters. It is almost incredible
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • the life of the human soul which express themselves in the forms of
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    • motifs of the windows in the Goetheanum expressed in the form of
    • life of the Cosmos and in the life of the human soul which express
    • the future, too, the super-sensible will impress itself into the
    • finally come to expression in accordance with the stage of culture
    • from the spectators an urgently expressed wish for a building that
    • tell us. In a beautiful and impressive lecture this morning,* you
    • were responsible for the impulses and aims expressed in the
    • the human soul in the different epochs came to expression in the
    • depended upon the facade, upon the impression made by the
    • that was striving to express itself in the façade.” He
    • itself indicates a further stage. In its wonderful expression of
    • embodied, within Earth-existence. This is expressed in the whole form
    • as an expression of all that is most precious to man, is embodied in
    • have before us the expression of an altogether new impulse, whereby
    • the Temple of Christianity, for Dom expresses a
    • trying to express something that is never as separate and complete in
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    • mankind over the widest possible area, what is expressed in the words
    • about by the Manu. Meanwhile, out of the suppressed Lemurians came the
    • personal in its highest form, given expression on the physical plane
    • This wonderful interplay came to expression in every branch of the
    • sublime imagery could be used to express the truths which apply here.
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    • the Mystery of Golgotha. I would fain express it in a parable,
    • depths, was a question unexpressed in words, but felt the more deeply
    • expressed in the words I am now speaking — such was the meaning
    • and he received here upon Earth the living impressions of Christ
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • evolution of the Archangels is expressed and revealed in the changes
    • Now in those far-off times when an element of will came to expression
    • older times we find words that express how man reacts, what he finds
    • expressions of will. How do we account for this? It was due to the
    • metamorphosed. Words become an expression before all else of sympathy
    • Archangels felt above them came to expression in the world of man in
    • Beings who had either remained behind in evolution or pressed forward
    • become a festival filled with life and impulse. It has to express how
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • ethereal or elemental. Whether or not the expression is really
    • To describe where this mediate influence comes to expression, I may
    • say, it is expressed in our ordinary conceptions and ideas which we
    • comes to expression in man as wrong and evil actions would not be
    • threshold of consciousness. There comes a man, feeling in a depressed
    • which he may not altogether have assimilated, but which he pressed
    • expression in dissatisfactions of one kind or another, surging up
    • stream of life was an instinctive expression of the desire to make it
    • experienced in the microcosm, in man himself, always finds expression
    • express the thoughts that came forth from Goethe. I did not write my
    • can easily be misunderstood. Above all, we can only express ourselves
    • St. Paul expressed in the words ‘Not I, but Christ in me’,
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    • myths. They brought to expression in the form of a myth what they
    • those which are expressed through modern natural science about this
    • are to be found in the myths, and the origin of what they express
    • knowledge of the Egyptians, Greeks and Israelites as expressed by
    • unconscious and unexpressed, underlay the thought and aspirations of
    • have often already expressed it in another form — that is
    • that above all the Egyptians owed to him the suppression of
    • fact it was expressly stated that Osiris did not spread them by the
    • understood what the Egyptians expressed! A Greek would never have
    • expressly turned the soul's gaze beyond death. To the people of Egypt
    • the individuality of a super-sensible being; this had expressed
    • at the same time there was expressed in this consciousness a
    • what it was sought to express through the Greek mythology, what it
    • was also sought to express through the Osiris-mythology of the
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    • already to the time in which it was natural for men to express in
    • consciousness in fact expressed in imaginative myths facts about
    • Phoenicia back to Egypt. A deep wisdom is expressed in such a myth, a
    • that which has become the abstract script. This no longer expresses
    • to express the sense world — namely, the ordinary
    • concept in the abstract script has also found expression in the
    • fact, expressed in the myths. Thinking gradually passed over to
    • know, the expression in the boys of an organic process, which occurs
    • expression physically in the change of voice.
    • changed, but that what today only enters, presses into, the region of
    • those ancient times pressed also into the thoughts, the conceptual
    • to expression in celestial happenings, in star-constellations.
    • That decadence of man which is expressed in the modern attitude to
    • the sex problem, and that greatest decadence which is expressed in
    • strength to express the Light-Imaginations; the air has — one
    • celestial. This came to expression in the most everyday concepts. A
    • were to be placed under the star-constellations as expressions of
    • the truth contained in them. What is expressed by the nationalistic
    • how this sign is connected with what it wants to express. And so one
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    • is expressed in the fact that these ancient ages evolved the
    • inscription that should express the being of Isis: ‘I am the
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    • where I quoted the often harsh-sounding expressions of Plato for the
    • expression then came to an end for men living on the physical plane;
    • — if the expression is not misunderstood. If we grasp things in
    • connected with what comes to expression in the Crab, in the
    • forces which man expresses through his symmetry.
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    • from it. This consequence was not so pressing in the Greco-Latin age;
    • year through his natural forces. It becomes more and more pressing,
    • influenced at that time by two main historical impressions. On the
    • one's whole feeling, and to grow up under this impression. It is of
    • expressed in the course of these weeks, but which in the course of
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    • which expresses something, which discloses something, which wants to
    • an expression for the whole comprehensive being of man. And one can
    • spherical form. If one desires to express in a diagram what the human
    • observe a fatal accident... again it sounds strange but it expresses
    • express themselves in a very special way upon many things connected
    • and slowly as heart-man. And if the dead wish to express what really
    • expressing to you. Reflect that the human being grows up today under
    • not yet got, and which will bring to expression, not abstractly, but
    • earth I stand as human being, but as man I am the expression of the
    • whole star-strewn universal space: the whole world expresses itself
    • respects he could even express right ideas with ringing words —
    • he says expressly, ‘opposing spiritual powers’. For in
    • Jesus is expressed in countless songs and so on. There is nothing to
    • life. And that is the modern socialism, expressed as
    • is concerned, it comes to expression in feelings of sympathy and
    • There was a Czardom — my dear friends, I will now express it
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    • forces of soul and spirit are expressed for clairvoyance in a
    • intelligent geologists have expressed their view that the earth is
    • not so direct might be thus expressed: ‘No, one really dare not
    • again I express myself somewhat drastically) that ever since he has
    • Aphorisms of Novalis you find the beautiful expression — I have
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • expression, it strikes against the outer limits of our spiritual-soul
    • astral body. As I expressed it in yesterday's lecture,
    • head. Our will organization, however, expresses itself in what is
    • outer visible expression between heaven and earth. Our head points
    • takes place when the pressure of inhalation causes the brain fluid to
    • into some kind of unintelligible expression. Mathematics is said to
    • expressed analogous to the blind man's conception of color,
    • impressed by Christianity as it made its way northward from the
    • enough, something crops up that could be expressed by a phrase often
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • impression of being awake during this period, but what is going on in
    • is expressed in words develops, gradually, out of speaking. It is
    • wonderful instruments for the expression of his life of soul,
    • indicate that what comes to expression in speech is connected with
    • action was not good! This is an expression of the element of soul and
    • daily speech he produces no words to express ideals, so that language
    • the opportunity, if I may so express it, of union with the Archangel
    • idealism is expressed in his speech.
    • expressed in the constant falls during the process of learning to
    • into learning to walk. For learning to walk is one expression of how
    • will make me conscious of the weakness (which expressed itself
    • Divine-Spiritual world is expressed. I say to myself: When, during
  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • said and done, it is more honest to reject than to express hollow
    • here and there, have had some inkling. Herder was one who expressed
    • express it in a word, is no longer quite the same. Something has
    • only very poorly express, however deeply Schopenhauer may have felt
    • past, an element which expresses itself in an inward sharing in the
    • the moulding of his words, then we are hearing an expression of his
  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • Let me first of all express regret that I am unable to speak to you
    • To begin with, I want to express my heart-felt thanks for the cordial
    • easily misunderstandings arise. For these reasons I want to express
    • The wish was expressed that this lecture should deal with the theme
    • one possessed of real knowledge they may be merely impressions made
    • faculty of thinking which comes to expression in ordinary memory, but
    • many unconscious impressions received from life which would have
    • external sense-impressions.
    • when our attention is directed to external sense-impressions,
    • is given up to these sense-impressions. But if, having turned our
    • attention away from these outer sense-impressions, we engage in the
    • organ, allowing the formative forces of the soul to express
    • Self under a kind of oppression; the lightness and ease with which,
    • briefly: in this very experience of oppression we begin to be aware
    • of reality. If there is no sense of oppression, we have merely a
    • of this oppression all that was previously within us in the form of
    • that they simply bring suppressed nerve-forces to the surface, and
    • fashion but the oppression makes us feel the reality — because
    • to take their departure. They press in upon us and allow themselves
    • little by little in suppressing not only single images, in emptying
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    • expressed this by saying: Some people are sitting around a table in
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • task, as I have expressed myself yesterday, in justifying its
    • has merely found a comprehensive expression within the materialistic
    • expression, below the surface of the materialistic civilisation; this
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • forces, and in these we may find certain impressions from the
    • is built in such a way that its forms are an artistic expression of
    • in particular expresses something that should completely fill
    • chief figures. Three Beings express themselves in this plastic
    • That is to say, everything is an expression of the soul. Just as we
    • expresses that everything up there is mobile. In this Being, the
    • not say: that these sculptures express “this or that”,
    • to Lucifer and Ahriman. For that reason, it is impossible to express
    • significant, for they must express something significant. At first we
    • his right hand, he only expresses purest compassion with the world.
    • expressed in our Building. You will see in it the artistic expression
    • pragmatic words that express what the present time, so fraught with
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    • expressed this more or less as follows. I said that Jacob Boehme
    • we find in him a knowledge of the universe which he expresses in
    • these expressions — salt, mercury, sulphur — still mean
    • This salt dissolves. In the salts, the cosmic thoughts are expressed
    • Boehme expressed in halting language that which in olden times was an
    • no more than express it in halting language.
    • knowledge again expressed a great deal more than is suggested
    • times men did not use the abstract word think to express
    • understand it and could only express it in faltering words.
    • in him into a true conception of the universe. And he expressed in
  • 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
    • realities, these are truths. These realities should be well impressed
  • Title: Lecture: Some Conditions for Understanding Supersensible Experiences
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    • but a relationship no longer coming to expression in the birth of
    • lecture given at Dornach, 15th November, 1919: “An impression
    • experiences is this: the surrounding world presses in upon one, as if
    • Applied to the experience beyond the Threshold, this would express
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  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • as an expression of his whole being. We must depart first of all from
    • physical world, we have the impression that our physical body falls
    • away from us when we die; in a similar way we now have the impression
    • impressions upon the whole world, while we are experiencing our
    • we have an important and impressive experience in this connection.
    • universe, even what we experience in this manner, is impressive and
    • dunces (excuse this expression!), gigantic dunces between birth and
    • expression of an event connected with the Gods; it forms part of that
    • impression. Now we acquire it spiritually, through the fact that our
    • etheric being, outside makes an impression upon us. The impression
    • soul-impression which we gather when we say bad and unkind things.
    • entirely different impression; he has, as it were, the other half of
    • the impression and feels hurt. The second half of the impression
    • that we have cast off — but this is not the right expression; it
    • also experience something else. Although the expression which I shall
    • more general expression, let me nevertheless use this word:
    • gauged, if we could feel (excuse this trivial expression, but it
    • they should, instead, give us a soul-impression of the loftiness and
    • we do not gain an impression of the loftiness and greatness of the
    • the external expression within this earthly part. Woven into it, is,
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    • Finnish nation. This stage of culture is expressed in the epic poem
    • express the fact that this form of consciousness once existed in a
    • expressing this uniform character in the qualities of its character,
    • the cosmos cannot be expressed more significantly than it has been
    • expressed in “Kalevala”. But in the north, this had to be
    • at that time — expressed in an entirely different way and on an
    • best of all expressed in the letters, or in the sound “UUO”,
    • expressed with the sound “S”, or the Hebrew “Shin”,
    • and the penetrating element in general is expressed, with the “S”
    • expresses in a deep way that the greatness of the Finnish nation is
    • may, thus, gain an impression of all that had to occur inwardly, in
    • expresses in a wonderful way the truth that the Finnish nation had to
    • country, and this expresses that the originally great and significant
    • Wainamoinen, Ilmarinen and Lemminkainen express how this threefold
    • in countless of these soul-expressions, the instruments through which
    • encounter in Nature as an expression of the spirit, we can understand
    • express. Someone who sees the face of a person might say, for
    • we consider it as the expression, as the countenance of the human
    • meaning of these forms. They are the expression of an inner being.
    • create forms expressing that which lives in the inner being of Nature
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    • its highest expression, he cannot help asking at the same time for a
    • You know, of course, that a fear of water can express itself in
  • Title: Lecture: Perceiving and Remembering
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    • our having perceived the man with our senses, we received impressions [not
    • This is expressed in his consciousness when he says: I have seen this face
    • compressed the physical body to the etheric body; and because the spirits
    • give expression to them at this turning point of the year; for the Festival
    • runs its course. It cannot be sufficiently, or too frequently impressed on
    • readers, is founded the secret of the daily press as it exists today. Most
    • depresses one is, that the method of communication that we have chosen, and
    • Art must of course reckon with this Black Art which finds expression in
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 1: Forgetting
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    • the retaining of a mental image or a thought or impression. Certainly
    • experience you often have if one or another idea or impression has,
    • this task of retaining the impressions and thoughts in man, when the
    • that man receives impressions. Man always has to receive impressions,
    • for the whole of education is based on impressions and on the
    • impressions we need the astral body, but in order to retain these
    • impressions, so that they do not disappear again, we need the etheric
    • through the impressions of education, through man's spiritual
    • the impressions of education gradually begins to participate in the
    • world does not make much impression, and whose education has
    • energetic through many impressions asserts itself, and its inner
    • they were young they received impressions with lively interest. There
    • impression he receives, and so the impression just stays there. It
    • made an impression on you since your childhood, every day of your
    • in you, as well as all the other impressions you have received, even
    • mental picture we have formed of an external impression, and now have
    • impressions either, of course. It would not be able to forget,
    • taken in and absorbed. It is the same with mental impressions. If,
    • for instance, a man could receive impressions and never get them out
    • be able to get certain impressions out of his mind because he is
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    • blood is the expression of the ego nature of man. And if Goethe's
    • the expression of entirely different things. If the glands are the
    • expression, the physical counterpart, of the etheric body, then even
    • for in the blood that is the expression of a much higher member of
    • of the living essence within the organism. Blood is the expression of
    • way — in the expression of the ego, the blood. Then there are
    • astral body and which therefore affect the external expression of the
    • that comes to expression in the nervous system, the external image of
    • connected with its external expression, the blood, appear as a rule —
    • you know that the nerve is the expression of the astral body and seek
    • come to expression in man's glands. As a rule these illnesses have
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    • individualities, which expresses itself in the multiformity of life
    • nature as soft as wax, he became more or less an impress of his
    • away, unless they are very impressionable. This was different in
    • impressionable. Then he would really be able to take into his
    • compressed into the inter-working of the sexes, so that
    • colour, is the revelation, the external expression of something
    • external sense impressions, he perceived the spiritual. When he
    • external objects which are the outer expression of these. They learnt
    • expresses will be the environment. Imagine, though, that he shuts
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    • period of twenty-four hours, still expressed today in the alternation
    • of a physical nature is an expression of those beings — had to
    • expression in the movement of the moon. The changing illumination of
    • the whole organism against the defect expresses itself as a rule in a
    • places, and this is expressed in the temperature.
    • fever is now suppressed. Through the fact that the particular part of
    • the fever. The opposing rhythm of the body now suppresses the
    • suppressed. Whilst in a healthy person an ascending process is
    • days. At one time everything outside him made a great impression on
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    • gather its forces because there is no enemy to fight. The expressing
    • Everything in the physical organism is an expression or outcome of
    • man's higher members, so that each physical organ expresses the
    • you to look at the fact of the lungs being an expression of the
    • astral body. The actual expression of the astral body is of course
    • expresses itself in four times seven. In the case of other illnesses
    • belong together then their forces, which are the expression of their
    • essential in olden times for man to be like an impress of the cosmos.
    • if we call the outer expression of spirit ‘nature’ —
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    • of these members comes to expression in certain organs and organ
    • expression, and what he has learnt from life can really be carried
    • planted in him want to come to expression. But let us assume it has
    • come to expression. But an essential organ is missing. So what
    • discontent, as though part of the soul could not come to expression
    • look beneath the surface at the kind of thing expressed in
    • we find this important law expressed in a Greek myth, too; this great
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 7: Laughing and Weeping
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    • little, to come to expression in the human being after birth.
    • expression in today's subject, laughing and weeping. In the first
    • and works on it to make it a vehicle of expression. It is just this
    • expression of the characteristics of his physical ancestors but also
    • and weeping are nothing less than a delicate, intimate expression of
    • expressed in the desire to defend himself and restore the balance.
    • expression of sorrow, for example. You would have to examine sorrow
    • it. For example, sorrow can be the expression of being forsaken by
    • body, compresses it as it were, to defend itself against being
    • forsaken. This is the expression of sorrow leading to tears, that the
    • everything spiritual in man finds expression in the body, and the
    • these qualities we have been describing are expressed in bodily
    • can see that this is so in man's changing facial expressions. Look at
    • an expression of intelligence on its face as a human being, unless he
    • from out of his ego this also appears physically in the expression of
    • his face. The normal facial expression and muscular tension that a
    • physiognomical expression of that slackening of the astral body that
    • give him his normal expression. When the astral body relaxes its
    • expression of the ego's inner work on the astral body. When the
    • astral body is compressed by the ego in the grip of sorrow, this
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    • we became familiar with every day expressions of man's inner life,
    • it works at the Equator. We get the impression of tremendous
    • such a way that he could come to best expression within it. Therefore
    • beings congregated who, if I may express it this way, laid no claim
    • physical size expressed the inability to retain the spiritual. In
    • and so on, in such a way that they could become the expression of an
    • expression in his physiognomy and on the surface of his body, then it
    • passive, self-effacing natures in whom just this passivity expresses
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    • cosmos, as these are expressed in man. And to start with I should
    • instrument capable of connecting external impressions in a definite
    • bell, for instance, but the impression of the sound and the sight of
    • world. The lion has something in his astral body that expresses
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    • come to expression through us. Hence it is also necessary, if we are
    • new impressions are made upon us. It is in exceptional circumstances
    • only that we, on our side, seek for impressions and do with objects
    • mobility, and thus adopts a certain posture. The impression may well
    • evolutionary process most aptly express the activity of the Ego and
    • when we know that this figure gives expression to the ‘life-body’,
    • he was giving expression to true insight. After all, it is not so
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    • is kindled by the counter-pressure of our body. Our ‘I’
    • our ‘I’-consciousness to the fact that we press inwardly
    • into our bodily constitution and experience the counter-pressure from
    • what comes to expression in the bodily constitution. The fact that at
    • impresses the meaning of this utterance forcibly upon us. From then
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    • follow that an individual feels exactly what he expresses in his
    • between the astral body and the ‘I’ expresses itself as a
    • feeling of depression, dissatisfaction with oneself. After death, the
    • expresses itself as Ego-consciousness on the physical plane.
    • strong impression upon us, another a weaker impression. Effects are
    • far rather have made a most striking impression upon you? If we knew
    • happened to miss. This may make a deep impression upon him and such
    • receive from the spiritual world impressions from human beings who
    • receptive to impressions coming from the spiritual world. If,
    • our existence on Earth, for the soul to express itself. But it is
    • that would enable the soul to express itself.
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    • pressed outwards in order to undergo
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    • profoundly significant words to express this fact. It is one of the
    • spectacle is a kind of pictorial expression of the fact that the
    • worked upon them, not merely the sensory impressions made by what
    • the suppression of this direct experience and the development during
    • followed by further suppression of the ancient remembrances.
    • into consciousness by valid methods the forgotten impressions
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    • to be transmitted of the old form of Buddhism came to expression in
    • Assisi, especially what is so impressive about him because of its
    • use a paradoxical expression — their adherence to Francis of
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    • by backward Luciferic Spirits who suppress the consciousness proper
    • upright, walk, speak and think, he is an expression of the form
    • are so strong and forceful that they suppress the consciousness
    • suppress this consciousness, the human being at this stage of his
    • indication of very marked development, coming to expression in
    • the part of the human being which expresses itself through gestures —
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    • it comes to expression in the completion of the outermost principle —
    • any actual impression. This is something of which account can be
    • centuries ago. It is what we today mean by the expression ‘public
    • fact it exists in a much more oppressive form in our time than it did
    • was most wonderfully expressed in the esoteric teaching of St. Paul.
    • as the second line of the Rosicrucian formula expresses it. And so in
    • thinking that comes to expression as public opinion. The function of
    • the future, men will be still more exposed to the pressure of public
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    • characteristic of which can be expressed in words somewhat as
    • outer world; it is the manifested expression of divine mysteries. And
    • process of coming into existence. The shattering impression received
    • being — this shattering impression is due to the fact that the
    • impressions from the spiritual world crowded in upon them. It was
    • will come when men will lose interest in the direct impressions of
    • fettered to the direct sense-impression but that everything resolves
    • given on 14th August, 1872, you will find a peculiar expression for
    • something that Laplace already described, the expression
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    • made a deep impression upon people who considered themselves
    • way the subject is expressed it may often, in a certain respect,
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    • sense-impressions. If you ‘think away’ everything that
    • sense-impressions bring into the soul and then try to realise how
    • be memories of earlier sense-impressions. If, therefore, you think
    • about how much of what is yielded by sense-impressions is left in the
    • these impressions after death. Recall any sense-impressions
    • idea of how little of what the sense-impressions have conveyed is
    • significance of the sense-impressions falls away as well. But because
    • the human being still clings to his sense-impressions and retains a
    • like still to have sense-impressions for a long time after death, but
    • life spent in longing for sense-impressions and being unable to enjoy
    • in Kamaloka; the soul longs for sense-impressions to which it was
    • already ceased to long for sense-impressions but still longs for
    • sense-impressions in a world for the experience of which the
    • sense-impressions but still longs to think in the way that is
    • ceases to long for sense-impressions or for thoughts formed by his
    • Rudolf Steiner Press, London, 1963.]
    • expression is the ‘I am Brahman’, you will be able, if
    • soul needs in order to shape a new life are gradually impressed into
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    • contradictions which have a depressing effect just when we want to
    • what I expressed by saying: The nature of this Mystery lies far, far
    • full activity within oneself, the impression is received that neither
    • world, you may refuse to know anything about clairvoyant impressions,
    • you may shut out all physical impressions — with thoughts you can live
    • impression on one, there appears again, shining over Devachan, the
    • tradition of the Mystery of Golgotha but can be expressed thus: Yes,
    • documents one can still get an impression of its endless depth. We
    • gives an impression of rabbinical subtleties, far too intricate for a
    • liberty of expressing his outlook, somewhat like this: “I
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    • known what it was all about. And since one cannot properly express in
    • understanding. That is radically expressed, but anyone ready to enter
    • into the Roman epoch is so preeminently an expression of a well
    • forth from the soul-life all that can be expressed in clear, lucid,
    • expressed? Here is human passion kindling out of the unconscious
    • much more effectively expressed in paintings and other forms of art
    • expression in the immediate circumference of the Earth, and if one
    • though the Damascus vision had come to expression through him; as
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    • (Rudolf Steiner Press, London.)] And on various occasions, in
    • For example, the eye would have been so impressed and
    • resolved (if we may use this expression, for of course all these
    • expressions are taken from human speech and cannot fully convey what
    • have been maddened by an excess of will, or confused by repressed
    • came to expression in song. For the right co-operation of brain and
    • expression of harmony in thinking, feeling and willing. The Healer,
    • which the Ego-force could come to necessary expression on Earth. The
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    • expressed now in the fruitfulness of the Earth, is what draws them,
    • to expression in ancient Hebrew prophecy.
    • souls the spirit of the elements and bring it to expression —
    • these are the forces that the old Jewish Prophets wanted to repress.
    • of his training — to suppress in himself the Sibylline urge and
    • to suppress everything Pythian in their souls and to cultivate solely
    • inculcated in their pupils — to suppress the Sibylline element,
    • this find expression? Not as inspiration, so that morality springs
    • reappeared as John the Baptist? And are we not expressly told of this
    • expression, “He sent his angel before him”, is even more
    • expression of Geology. If one really feels how the oil penetrates the
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    • Hebrew prophets strove to suppress the Sibylline forces and to bring
    • — to press back the chaotic Sibylline forces and to bring out
    • sufficiently to make an impression on their consciousness?
    • in Rome under the strong impression made on me by Michelangelo's
    • of it. It was spoken — and it made a deep impression on me —
    • deep impression on me and I felt I had to relate it to the ‘ganganda
    • it — through its symbolical expression in the stellar script —
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    • yield us the Grail. I have expressly emphasised — and I beg you
    • out of the elements anything more than is expressed in the moon
    • what an impression the Sibylline power of the Maid of Orleans made on
    • experienced unconsciously might be expressed as follows: ‘Yes,
    • (although he could not have expressed it in these words, since the
    • forms or impressions of itself in all directions, and in this way
    • harmony is God, and He has impressed on all souls an inner harmony as
    • much for the way in which they were expressed in daily life as for
    • upon her knees and let us then express it thus: He who can feel the
    • secret that was to be expressed in the words entrusted to Parsifal in
    • the soul. When we express what we know how to say today about our
    • world-conception is seeking; we shall gradually press on further and
    • were expressed in terms of strict earthly geography, it would show
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    • forth the connection of cause and effect that comes to expression in
    • birth, active in the embryonic life. I beg you expressly to notice,
    • see how Ahriman presses into the Sun-evolution and how one has to
    • expression is our personal destiny, how we bear this through still
    • how a soul can express itself which in its inmost being knows itself
    • So do I being the Evil to expression
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    • by George and Mary Adams, 1963. Rudolf Steiner Press,
    • and that alone remains, if I may so express it, the Moon's secret; it
    • More and more we find pictures, truths expressed in pictures.
    • Vedanta philosophy; we press on to the primal revelations hidden
    • We now come to Mars. It is difficult to find appropriate expressions
    • shocked when any impression from the external universe attempts to
    • would-be partner. It is very difficult to express these things,
    • expression in his qualities of heart and in his temperament. On the
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    • impressions of grief and sorrow are added to what we have experienced
    • day by day. All the impressions and feelings which we experience in
    • People often express this by saying: “I shall
    • it is a fact that the impression which the human being receives owing
    • ask the following question (let me use this expression, which is of
    • must acquire forces of his own. For this reason (I can express it in
    • may really use this expression), they will gradually separate
    • I have now expressed truths which have a great weight in the
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    • unaware of it, we constantly receive impressions from the elemental
    • so do we receive continual impressions from the elemental world,
    • all the impressions of the human beings with who we have ever been,
    • imaginations it provides. For the impressions we receive immediately
    • the imaginations to make an impression on him. For this can only be
    • the impression of the handwriting, or of something else in which the
    • which find expression in our not loving this or that human being, we
    • inner being. To impress our own habits on any man who is ‘of
    • trite expression, we may say: the past is rumbling on — the
    • paradoxical expression). To work intuitively upon other beings
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    • In this direction great and impressive results have been accomplished
    • impressive. But these super-intelligent beings show a mastery
    • differentiate them from one another; they do not express any
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    • us, here in the physical world, as an expression of his whole being.
    • In regard to the physical world, we have the impression
    • way we now have the impression that our etheric body too falls away
    • It lives in the world and stamps its impressions upon the whole
    • During those days we have an important and impressive
    • in this manner is impressive and lofty, it is an overwhelming and
    • beings are extremely great dunces (excuse this expression!),
    • strides is the external expression of an event connected with the
    • more external, physical impression. Now we acquire it spiritually,
    • through the fact that our etheric being outside makes an impression
    • upon us. This impression which is thus made upon us is, to begin
    • soul-impression which we gather when we say bad and unkind things.
    • entirely different impression; he has, as it were, the other
    • half of the impression and feels hurt. The second half of the
    • impression lives in him. What we ourselves experience during our
    • — but this is not the right expression; it is, however,
    • experience something else. Although the expression which I shall now
    • general expression, let me nevertheless use this word; while we
    • trivial expression, but it conveys what I wish to say) in the pink
    • soul-impression of the loftiness and greatness of the
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    • We may express this with the paradox words: — “If
    • nothing which is in any way depressing; on the contrary, this death
    • of the more purely soul-impression made upon us — let us say by
    • colours — but also by other sense-impressions. Of course
    • surface, the impression it leaves will not be the same as that left
    • colour-impressions with a fine feeling — that we can penetrate
    • into this blue with our soul forces, that we can press through it.
    • have this impression, that we enter into something; yet, at the same
    • also experience other sense-impressions; but, for the moment, we are
    • them in connection with other sense-impressions, he would likewise
    • live more purely in the other sense-impressions. In that case,
    • is the starting-point of your impression. Then you are able to think
    • the attempt is made to cause a certain impression — the student
    • apparatus, when he receives the impression, so that one can establish
    • impression strikes our sense-organs, and the moment we grow conscious
    • of an impression of blue), but we do experience the moral effect
    • to notice more particularly this moral impression of colours, this
    • artist works out of the soul-impression of the colours. In this case,
    • that, because he has called forth a particular soul-impression, he
    • because he has called forth this or that soul-impression.
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    • Swiss nation-spirit? He would describe in abstract expressions a few
    • learnt to master the sentient body or astral body, by pressing into
    • we wish to use the technical expressions of occultism — the
    • to justify this expression. These higher spiritual Beings who give
    • expressed in the productions, the attributes and the character of a
    • expression of an ego, but he also belongs to a certain people, i.e.,
    • and we have seen how care is taken that these Beings may express
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    • of impression, a kind of reflection of this work of the Folk-spirits
    • expressed in some form or other. And this physical form in which the
    • work, the activity of these beings is expressed, must also in some
    • He works into it in such a way that his power expresses
    • express in words, that by which he shows himself to be a member of
    • credible and clear; one has to express everything in words which can
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    • reflection of this Folk-spirit is expressed in human individuality
    • instruments, and these express themselves in such a way, that in the
    • From an external description, therefore, we now press on
    • there is no such thing as the so-called world of impressions, or what
    • thus receive impressions. But what he does experience may be thus
    • expressed in words, ‘Something is now approaching me from a
    • impressions of it by means of his senses, it does not exist at all to
    • stimulated by outer impressions. That too, which is aroused
    • make a greater impression upon him. Others he finds to be lethargic,
    • are to him as the world impression of warmth and cold are to the
    • many different shades of folk character can find their expression.
    • who expresses himself in the Spirit of the Age becomes, so to speak,
    • for history is in reality only an external expression, a maya, for
    • temperament of the people expressed in the several personalities, we
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    • the specific attributes of the various races expressed in all
    • characteristics are not only expressed in the influences of the
    • under the influence of these forces, but they nevertheless impress
    • curve, and it expresses the law according to which our earth acts
    • in the small boy is compressed into a narrow space, must first expand
    • physically. Afterwards his development is pressed into his inner
    • a remarkable law when we follow this curve. We find it expressed even
    • physical must be compressed. Thus we see, that as civilization
    • mankind is spread out, is compressed into smaller dimensions. We
    • goes towards the West, the more does it strive towards compression;
    • mysteries of spiritual evolution. But with the compression towards
    • great mystery is expressed when it is said who Plato was with respect
    • a Caucasian, this expresses, if we understand the law underlying it,
    • a profound mystery. It expresses the mystery which shows us how the
    • man into an earth-man. Herein is expressed how, by this co-operative
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    • which expresses itself on the surface of our earth by the fact that
    • formative light, the trinity of the second hierarchy press in from
    • been expressed in quite a special way by means of a geometrical
    • secret of this mission is expressed in the fact that through this
    • for this reason that the Mystery of the Earth is usually expressed
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    • essential ‘ I ’-man would express himself. But
    • man is originally destined and organized by the Elohim to express in
    • glandular system, and there are expressed the forces which originate
    • transformation there brought about, certainly expresses itself more
    • in that part of the nervous system which we sum up in the expression
    • indirectly through the sense-impressions and streams out from thence
    • certain way to a real conclusion, to a dying away. The expression of
    • and who express what to you is great, they do not speak truth.’
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    • which was later expressed as Brahma, Shiva and Vishnu. Look at the
    • whole is expressed in our Anthroposophy by our recognition of a
    • which at the present time are really only still expressed in the
    • tendencies which were expressed later in the unique form of the
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    • everywhere only the mere externals are compared. The impression made
    • by the Greek expressions: Dynamis and Kyriotetes. They looked up to
    • expresses itself directly in sound. Odin at his initiation obtained
    • power over the wisdom which expresses itself in sound, he learned how
    • acquired speech through the corresponding Archangel, is expressed in
    • that presses through into the ‘ I ’ and
    • body together, is expressed in the Germanic Scandinavian mythology
    • anthroposophical teachings, only make use of riper expressions, viz.,
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    • like philosophical formulas, we might express it thus: The Indian
    • one's knowledge, to suppress the ‘ I ’,
    • the various peoples, where these views are expressed in the form of
    • between India and Persia. There at a certain period it is expressed
    • That is the Midgard Serpent, by which is expressed the influence of
    • that which to us is an abstract lie, expressed itself at once as an
    • The expression for everything that was dimness of
    • expressed in the old Germanic Scandinavian mythology as the figure of
    • That is Hela. Thus you have, in fact, expressed in a wonderful way —
    • expressed in the action of the Midgard Serpent, the Fenris Wolf and
    • into the spiritual world has become dimmed by the increasing pressure
    • the Hœnir nature overcame the Balder nature. That is expressed by
    • disappearance of the old unclouded knowledge, is expressed in the
    • memory of something experienced in former times, expressed in plastic
    • elemental nature of the original impressions has been lost. The old
    • began to spread abroad, that which is expressed in the Balder myth,
    • Vision of the Future. All this is expressed in a wonderful way, down
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    • because it had a sort of expression of its nature in the etheric
    • the most highly sublimated expression of the Spiritual Soul, and
    • was expressed in Fichte, it was nothing but a precipitation of what
    • impression of this Chinese Empire if you observe it in its evolution,
    • European the impression of being in a preparatory stage, and they put
    • souls of these Eastern European peoples is expressed in the whole
    • no other expression and can think of no other way of picturing the
    • how the Eastern European expresses his tendency of receptivity
    • and everything which has been expressed in the many theological
    • the sixth stage of culture. This has been prophetically expressed in
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    • wonderfully the great occult truths are expressed in its pictures
    • expression of souls descending out of the spiritual surroundings, out
    • interminglings and relationships which were expressed in the mixture
    • In this figure of Freyr is expressed in quite a
    • which express themselves on the physical plane, then it must be
    • all this wonderfully expressed in the pictures of this Germanic
    • receive impressions of which I should like to describe one to you. A
    • if, under the pressure of materialism, the teaching that Christ will
    • the Scandinavian North. Many have expressed that feeling. It is a
    • to the North have received the best possible impression, which was
    • expressed in the words, ‘how much they liked being here in the
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    • distorted in expression — that the apparent isolation of man on earth is not
    • and Mercury, but they are already pressing forward into the realm of
    • can also be expressed as I expressed it just now, by saying that our shadowy
    • complete manhood, however, cannot come to expression in such a form of
    • expression in the actual shaping and form of the surfaces of things in the
    • herself as an active expression of artistic creation. In connection with the
    • in Goethe's soul and comes to expression in his hymn in prose, entitled Nature,
    • is like the expression of a yearning to receive the Spirit from the cosmic All.
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    • beings.” That would be against the express intention of those who
    • I must expressly lay
    • year 1913 we tried every year to give artistic expression in dramatic
    • is an expression of what it is desired to accomplish. At first it was
    • place which may be expressed in the words: up to that time everyone,
    • hands; but the will only comes to expression in this movement. In its
    • actions. This is no mere image, no merely pictorial expression, but it
    • Time presses, and I
    • in the Dornach building, to express the ideas of spiritual science
    • suppressed, but not destroyed. It must always be born again, however
    • often it may be suppressed.
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    • thoughts were given expression, or when we compare the Christmas
    • dreams were expressions of reality, the men belonging to that ancient
    • old clairvoyance men knew that they were the expressions — not,
    • science. The philistinism expression in the distinction between the
    • in truths such as have now once more been expressed. He should feel
    • the bodily expression of soul-and-spirit, just as the human body is
    • an expression of soul-and-spirit. Very much was learnt from the Sun.
    • expression to their awareness of this relation of man to the universe
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    • they give expression to what man experienced as the activity of his
    • soul. Greek sculpture in general expresses what lies within the soul.
    • expression to the powerful will of Moses as he did. The whole
    • impression is of a leader of his people who fills his people with his
    • is given external expression, and we might well believe that the
    • all that he saw, and which made so deep an impression on him, with an
    • become more inward. This inner deepening he expressed by external
    • soul. The deepest secrets and the greatest inwardness are expressed
    • was merely the first expression of his ideas, his feelings; as he
    • inner withdrawal; he cannot leave it as a bare expression; he must
    • actually expressed but the way in which Michelangelo has represented
    • which brings to expression the very nerve of his art, as I have tried
    • of this Sibyl's movements expresses her elemental quality. The
    • ourselves, and he expresses all this in external forms. If we then
    • In the facial expression of
    • forms so directly to express what was wanted as this juxtaposition of
    • and expressing always the character of the epoch through one of them.
    • survivals of antiquity made a deep impression on him, though he
    • peculiar artistic quality which was the expression of his time; hence
    • expression to what lives in him.
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    • them the effects of the strain and pressure caused by the mechanical
    • and suppressed within him.
    • modern life in the form of machinery and the like presses into the
    • express such-and-such a thing; not, this is how I express it.
    • onwards. The way of giving expression to the ‘I’ changes,
    • spiritual beings press into them. On the wings of words, spiritual
    • Rhine,” what does he mean by this? Surely such an expression
    • expression the “ancient Rhine.”
    • upon the eye; the colours on the wall areas produced the impression.
    • Expression will have to be given to things that entirely escape
    • the degree of perfection with which we can express what we have to
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    • stream of history as it expresses itself in the consecutive
    • souls which expressed itself in a universal, pantheistic form of
    • is to observe how the souls of men express themselves in our present
    • actual life any concrete expression of their abstract beliefs. They
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    • expressed a deep truth when he said: “Folks do not notice the
    • quality in which the Luciferic power comes to expression. It is a
    • These two qualities, falsehood and envy, are a crass expression of
    • laws already comes to expression in one and the same incarnation,
    • fundamental character which expresses itself in the three bodies: the
    • Goethe expressed this in a very fine way by saying: The desires of
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    • this experience and this has often been expressed by more
    • the view is that at the same time we have the impression that the
    • expression is not quite appropriate, for it is difficult to coin
    • the necessary experience; what remains behind is the impression
    • impressions or signs, is still elastic. Consequently we should
    • form, many things will be pressed into their organism; they will
    • were impressed on our soul's being in the course of development.
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    • oppressive and dreadful will it gradually become. And the strength of
    • beyond the comprehensive expression of what has been implanted in his
    • already who have expressed it as experience. But it will emerge as
    • something directly felt, and then it will become an oppressive
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    • from our grasp. When we have, so to speak, pressed forward to the
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    • order that the consciousness soul may be brought to expression,
    • impression upon each other which worked with the immediacy of a blow.
    • understandable. But under the pressure of authority we shall become
    • is beset with difficulties on account of its pressing forward in a
    • he is in search of, under what impressions he grows up; it describes
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    • [Abridged from The Human Soul in Relation to World Evolution, published by Anthroposophic Press, 1984.]
    • normal human being today did not yet exist. Though he did not express it,
    • part of a weaving cosmic life and this feeling expressed itself in certain
    • suppression of the normal function of the physical body through inflicting
    • ascetic suppressed some function of the body by means of physical pain,
    • the bodily functions are suppressed, through ascetic practices, something
    • The ascetics in former times sought spiritual experiences by suppressing
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    • means for bringing to expression man's connection with the worlds beyond
    • soul-and-spirit sickness of our age comes to clearest expression; for a
    • arrogance and pride that find expression in the materialistic view of the
    • impressing this fact again and again upon man: You are the highest of all
    • upon him; and he must exert himself to overcome the pressure of this
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    • Koberwitz. All this impels me to express our deeply felt thanks to
    • Agriculture Course. We who have come here can express our thanks just
    • wise and intelligent is that which they express! Moreover, the man of
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    • impress of the whole Cosmos — from one cosmic aspect or
    • extent. It will not shoot out into blossom but will express itself in
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    • which it finds expression. They do not penetrate to the relationships
    • finds there its physical expression. More accurately speaking,
    • and this astral impresses itself upon the physical by making use of
    • — a method of spiritual perception. Only he cannot express it.
    • the Earth that which expresses itself in the nitrogen nature. Indeed,
    • plants are so organised as to bring to expression, most of all, what
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    • is impressed by those substances and forces which go out eventually
    • are pressed back. Moreover, outside it the organic entity is surrounded
    • is something that expresses quite exactly — yet in a kind of personal
    • powers, which, pressing inward, are meant to penetrate right into the
    • an impression of the quantitative aspect: I always found, having first
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    • get the dried herb — you will do well before using it to press
    • handfuls of this yarrow-stuff, pressed pretty strongly together, and
    • press them together slightly, and use them in this case without any
    • little. Press them together, sew them up in a bovine mesentery,
    • to cross. Before you make use,of the manure thus prepared, press out
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    • by expressing themselves in this way, and thus leading people's
    • the moment you express such a piece of knowledge — if you are
    • Therefore perhaps I may first express my own satisfaction that you were
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    • expressed in the savage passions of the animal was brought
    • could understand the World that is expressed in the
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    • expressions which do not exist in ordinary speech and
    • should be considered. It expresses the fact that man is
    • up. And Libra, the scales, expresses that we seek to
    • here (below), they compress him. But you will recognize in
    • particularly what comes to expression in his limbs and in
    • sign itself, I might say, expresses the gesture; the Lion
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    • into all that these souls bring to expression in earthly life. I have pointed
    • Templar, inwardly considered, expresses a specially deep approach to the
    • suppressed, so that during the torture they forgot, in their surface
    • even he was not strong enough to bring to actual expression the mighty
    • everything in the world is obliged to come to expression in multiplicity and
    • through this I all possible variety comes to expression here on earth. And
    • expression. One human being manifests one individuality, a second another,
    • the thought expressed in these lines:
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    • expression, — “mathematizing,” the activity of
    • free from sense impressions, acquires an inner activity which
    • connection with an external sense impression, we should learn to
    • expressed by the movements of the clock. The same process in fact is
    • thinking cannot in the ordinary sense be impressed upon our memory.
    • imaginative experience can be impressed on the soul like any other
    • out (if I may use this trivial expression) the second teeth are not
    • artificial suppression of thought.
    • we have practised this artificial suppression of thought for a
    • and predispositions, we become able to suppress the whole tableau of
    • the tableau of which I have spoken has been suppressed, so that an
    • consciousness for a certain time; this can be achieved if we suppress
    • merely a concept. But when such a reality is suppressed, when we
    • suppress forces which are constantly at the service of growth and
    • an impression of sound or of sight, we do not immediately know
    • impression gained, when we are supported — I might say —
    • when an impression which is not sufficiently guaranteed by the sense
    • is expressed in the walls, in the external architecture of the
    • expression in the world must have an artistic frame and call into
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    • spiritual observation. He must pass the test expressed in the words,
    • spiritual investigators, “specterseers” (to express it
    • (pardon the expression; it is a radical choice but points exactly to
    • It is very interesting how he expresses himself about a knowledge
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    • human nature within ourselves if each external impression did not
    • that dying and becoming are the expression of forces working in our
    • ordinary consciousness. These two particular men expressed the
    • and if we inquire into what they expressed with such dedication we
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    • authority. People live to-day entirely under the impression that they
    • phenomena, the impression on the senses, the impression made on the
    • an external impression comes, it responds to it in its own specific
    • way. One only gets as far as the impression — not to that which
    • causes the impression on the eye. Through his ear a man only gets as
    • far as the impression made on the ear — not to the thing that
    • makes the impression, and so on.
    • It is, therefore, only the impressions of the outer
    • world — that can receive only the impression or effects of what
    • impressions of things, are called forth by our senses? Certainly it
    • images: for the object must first make an impression on us and our
    • impression — the reaction as one might say — evokes
    • which we see in the mirror; for the impressions are also
    • defined. So I say expressly, that Mauthner is an honourable man,
    • anything of this infinite world? He can but gain impressions through
    • expressing what he had to say to men, than by the use of twenty-two
    • Goethe had to express his whole genius by means of twenty-three
    • opinions as expressed in the writings of various investigators,
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • — if I may use a somewhat crude expression — pervades and
    • individual forms and expressions of human nature in the different
    • of the very oldest — to the oriental, as expressed in many
    • may impress us, if we study the racial characteristics of the
    • — to use a crude expression — wells up from the metabolic
    • move over the face of the Earth, expressing in their inner life
    • expressed, in their case, in the life of soul and
    • the ‘middle’ man is expressed. The creations of oriental
    • give expression to the speech of the Earth herself. It is not so in
    • express as his ideal everything that he himself is as a human
    • being. The very essence of the man of Middle Europe is expressed
    • understand that the wonderful thought expressed in Goethe's book on
    • Buddha, with all their endless repetitions, have expressed the
    • it is expressed in the very repetitions which you want to cut
    • intellectual understanding but an inner love for what is expressed in
    • all-embracing sphere of the ‘human’ is not expressed
    • that man is able to express with a kind of natural spirituality his
    • the expression of the truth, harmony and fullness of man's nature. In
    • America, we find the figure of the true Westerner expressed in
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    • spiritual sphere of the Earth. Other men are impressed by the
    • keeping with the times, as outward forms of expression for
    • Beings whose outward expressions we behold in the celestial
    • lightning and thunder, whose expressions are the plants and
    • outer form of the physical world as the expression of the
    • beholding merely the physical expression of a spiritual
    • us! This was expressed in the legend by saying: Osiris is a
    • wholeness, it is the very purest, noblest expression of the
    • of art and the principles expressed in their creation, the Greeks
    • presentation of a mystery can make a more powerful impression
  • Title: Lecture: Some Characteristics of To-day
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    • observe quite a different expression on the faces of new-born babies.
    • seven to ten years wear a melancholy expression. It is as if
    • faces this melancholy expression. Hidden though it often be behind
    • that stamps the peculiar expression of melancholy on the faces of
    • expression in the terrible catastrophe of the world-war. Its
    • this they led humanity into misfortune. People must impress this fact
    • which is striving to reveal itself to men, only finds expression in
    • great problems of the age find partial expression. But they did not
    • early stages of what is trying to come to healthy expression in the
    • put before you are indeed facts: the melancholy expression on the
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • heat entropy — I say expressly, must arise — that
    • distance them from our consciousness, so that, if I may so express
    • of the super-sensible world whose expression they are.
    • even try first to suppress all liking for one's friend, and then do
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha and Christ: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • (published by Rudolf Steiner Press in 2001).
    • (published by Rudolf Steiner Press in 2001).
    • such magnificent expression on the physical plane. Conditions in that
    • aestheticism and morality will come to expression in men's life of
    • united, this is expressed in the Rosicrucian Christianity that has
    • expressed the realisation that it was the task of the next
    • passed. Much of his teaching can also be expressed in symbolic forms.
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    • lead to still worse symptoms, till it expresses itself in
    • suppress certain actions or movements of your own free will.
    • oppressive; and they will become less oppressive if by such
  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • have here, if I may express it in a comparison, is not simple
    • — it made a great impression on me — regarded with astonishment
    • express myself about these things with radical honesty, I replied:
    • further, leads us to press on into the super-sensible world.
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    • expression of cosmic laws in a sum of ideas. It intends to be
    • expressed in thought forms — as one expects of any view of the
    • expressed the task confronting us in Dornach with the help of a trivial
    • shell for what would be done within it as an expression of the
    • or that and then simply giving them external expression in symbolic
    • so rich that it can express itself, not allegorically or symbolically,
    • seen. Everything that has been given artistic expression was born
    • nothing to do with what is usually expressed when people come and
    • means itself, expresses itself.
    • not expressing what has come to birth with this building. Our aim is
    • finds expression through the spoken word — is to shape the
    • could not find expression in our architectural style, our plastic and
    • course, if such intentions press on one's heart and soul, one becomes
    • one can express motion in space.
    • cannot express it exhaustively by three dimensions. One
    • expression of what is elemental and primary. Such a work as, for example,
    • impressed upon it — “beauty” in the original
    • impressed upon this being derives from the cosmos. The beauty of this
    • expression in the human form, for example.
    • understand what is expressed so wonderfully in the formation of the
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    • when that word resounded which found its most radical expression in
    • Oriental civilisation would have been expressed.
    • realise when an impression was produced by this self-knowledge on the
    • impressions are transformed by feeling and will, man is still unable
    • the ancient Oriental sage would have wished to express from out of his
    • who had to suppress Egohood, everything was founded on love. With
    • to expression in the bodies of the men from Asia, Europe and America,
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • memories of the impressions made upon us by the world, but that this
    • is as far as we can go. We receive our impressions from the world; we
    • reflects in quite another way. It reflects the sense-impressions we
    • — at some later moment — causes this or that impression
    • love and devotion and surrender, accordingly, man presses his way through
    • expression as clearly as it will have to be expressed in the
    • compressing matter together and scattering it.
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    • and made no particular impression on them. They knew life and
    • something that made an impression upon them. Their souls became
    • on Earth. (Please remember that I am using expressions of
    • as an expression of earthly conditions but is of significance for
  • Title: Lecture: Realism and Nominalism
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    • warmed by what is expressed in these spiritual currents. But these
    • concerned. The passage from Realism to Nominalism expresses the
    • mind my using a somewhat trivial expression, but I should like to
    • Christ. Anthroposophy studies, if I may use this expression, history,
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • longer knew what was meant by the expression “Word”.
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    • its fall, we cannot throw off the impression that it is
    • feeble, and must again find strength. I have expressed this
    • dear friends, the Europeans have known how to express the
    • but a spurious imitation and he expressed his opinion in a
  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • into the physical forms wherein it finds expression.
    • here expressed. Nowadays, if it be a question of studying how
    • came to himself, he had a strange and unwanted impression. He
    • the ears will not impress me greatly. The world of the
    • and vital result they must find expression in the outer form.
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • form is an expression of the course of his entire life.
    • Naturally this is expressed diagrammatically and not in the
    • head, so do those cosmic forces coming to expression in
    • earthly is expressed in our human form. No-one understands
    • being is an expression of the whole world; an expression of
    • works in our head without coming to full expression because
    • wisdom meet. Man is an expression of the whole Cosmos, and
    • the spiritual world he can become able to bring to expression
    • expressed by virtue of having gone through the conditions of
    • the spiritual world his tendency to express in spherical form
    • which find expression in a man's repeated lives on Earth are
    • all we see beauty as an expression of spiritual entity, and
  • Title: Lecture: Yuletide and the Christmas Festival
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    • expression in the Transitory and then vanishes again,
    • animal forms. And those men tried to give expression to this.
    • to which expression can be given by animal masks,
    • Professor at a College in Pressburg and while there had
    • Pressburg. And he — I am speaking of my old friend Karl
    • about the wonderful impressions he had also received of what
    • of what we have to say is expressed. The essential charm of
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    • illumination “under the Bodhi tree.” We may express the
    • describe. Here we have the root-nerve of Buddhism and an expression
    • the world of sense and co-ordinate my impressions by means of
    • words which express a consciousness that places man in the world as
    • will arises in man to press forwards with his present
    • expressed in his own words: “Life is full of perplexity. I try
  • Title: Lecture: Hygiene - a Social Problem
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    • only at actual death that there is a radical expression of what has
    • Very briefly expressed, the Spirit unfolds like an organism.
    • certain impressions which have been made on the soul of the human
    • that is expressed in the different temperaments, for instance, and
    • may come to expression in later life in the form of some familiar
    • science but always presses on to the Spirit, and so it realises that
    • an abnormal soul-life must inevitably express itself in an abnormal
    • spiritual member of man's being has been pressed outwards (as is
    • pressure of authority. The sphere of hygiene can become a
  • Title: Lecture: Speech and Song
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    • Human Expression through Tone and Word.
    • an expression of our earthly thoughts. These earthly thoughts contain
    • place to express our thoughts — our earthly thoughts. This
    • insert the chapter on the expression of the human being through the
    • to-day, if I may say so, to express my personal gratitude for this
    • man expresses himself in speech or in song, he is really manifesting
    • the expression of the human being through sound was not really
    • expressed by the twelve primeval consonants.
    • of speech or of song a self-expression of the human being. The soul
    • the nerve-strands. Pressing upward to the head through the spinal
    • sounds, we press what is living in our soul down into the body; and
    • the soil for the man who stands on it. The sound presses forward to
    • expressed it differently.) After death, when man goes farther and
    • and so forth, we might equally well express it thus: — Man
    • Aries, and as you do so, receive the impression of a consonant
    • whenever he expresses himself in Art, he were to say,
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    • wholly given up to sense impressions, to all that the intellect can
    • derive from these sense impressions and the substance flowing into
    • Initiation placed before the soul of man was expressed, in after
    • express it as follows: The dreams of a life of soul and Spirit that
    • are the expression of the Spiritual Essence weaving through the
    • strive to add the third: “When we press forward
    • as expressed in Ex Deo Nascimur and in, In Christo Morimur
  • Title: Lecture: Concerning Electricity
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    • tell us much. For it does not express the fact that the modern
    • poodle, expressed this very clumsily, but although their thoughts may
    • matter how holy it may sound, is (excuse the trivial expression)
    • aware of it. This is expressed in the final scene of my Mystery Play.
  • Title: Lecture: The Problem of Jesus and Christ in Earlier Times
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    • expressed this by saying that human beings were, of course, inspired
    • physical bodies. Clemens of Alexandria expressed this clearly when he
    • impresses us — that the concept of time plays a very minor role.
    • Gnostic ideas may be expressed spatially; the role of time as an idea
    • temptation, it caries the impressions of everything we do and think.
    • must take. At the same time, in this etheric part are the impressions
    • This was expressed in
    • unites with the earth. This is expressed in the legend that tells us
    • the physical body. The Jesus idea, which is expressed fully only in
    • express themselves — so that it may say what the right words
    • Rudolf Steiner Press, 1964 (GA 137).
    • Rudolf Steiner Press, London, 1973.A
    • (GA 15), Anthroposophic Press, Hudson, NY, 1991.
    • Anthroposophic Press, Great Barrington, MA, 2001.
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    • expressed — that the two processes run parallel to one
    • soul-quality which is expressed in feeling, than if you merely
    • great impression which Schopenhauer's philosophic system,
    • Will. It has the constant tendency to become pressed together;
  • Title: Lecture: What Has Geology to Say About the Origin of the World?
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    • human progress. But it would be particularly depressing if spiritual
    • which, according to the ideas of geology (conceived and expressed precisely
    • pressure from within or through chemical conditions in the interior
    • even in the destructive processes — expresses his admiration
  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • is a pressing, a pushing of thinking into the forces of the will,
    • his parents. The forces of will which express themselves chaotically
    • somewhere else, these atoms call up the impression of colour, sound,
    • We receive impressions of a negative character which create in us
    • wished to give plastic expression to Lucifer and Ahriman you
    • figure of Ahriman was continually pressing into the hollows and
    • way of expressing what in ancient Persia was understood by Ormuzd and
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    • psychology of the 19th century the following expression has come into
    • expression. This teaching insisted, without taking an independent
    • nourishment we should come at last to an expression of the cosmos, to
    • awe-inspiring impressions; it will not be easy to find anything of
    • upon a remarkable passage, which is simply expressed and noted in his
    • necessary to call up an impression of the feeling aroused by
    • may be so deeply absorbed in this impression that he can do no other
    • from them the deepest that can be expressed in them — will take
    • which enables a man to understand the impressions of the spiritual
    • world directly through his own impressions. This is what we call the
    • extend so far. By way of a comparison and expressing it in image, we
    • This glimmer does not give the impression of a glimmering light, but
    • the person makes an impression upon you like a breath of enchantment.
    • we can only express by saying, through the sacrifice made by the
    • impressive in certain imaginations, for it can lead us further and
    • have expressly called this a good book) it is only an example by
    • perhaps may not appear less impressive than the glimpse afforded us
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    • time of Saturn, receives the impression of being in spaceless ebb and
    • of heat are the external expression — speaking in a general
    • sense — the external physical expression of sacrifice, and
    • expression of what lies behind it. Conditions of heat are the
    • this inner warmth of bliss, it is an expression of what can be
    • can only make use of the expression: it is that which comes to meet
    • cloud.’ And if he were an artist he would paint the impression;
    • the spirit of these old expressions which have descended to us
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 4: The Inner Aspect of the Moon-embodiment of the Earth (Part 1)
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    • learning above all to suppress his own wishes and desires. For
    • means, we repress and control our wishes and desires; (this is only a
    • near them and have encouraging thought without expressing it, and
    • expressed in concepts, in the Sun-age: on Saturn the division between
    • found expression in the smoke of the sacrifice. Suppose these
    • apparent, it would have been outwardly expressed by the changing
    • have been expressed what the Cherubim who made no resignation did
    • them to expression were enabled to take possession of the object of
    • impression on us because when we contemplate it, it reminds us of
    • opponents; when the highest that can possibly be expressed, the
    • necessary forces to enable him to express this, the highest and most
    • impression, because they are intimately connected with the purpose of
    • express to the outer world what can otherwise only be read in the
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 5: The Inner Aspect of the Moon-embodiment of the Earth (Part 2)
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    • expression of sacrifice. In what meets us as air and at any rate, to
    • must understand by this is symbolically expressed in the world's
    • indefinite, for they express very complicated connections and
    • the term ‘home-sickness,’ expressing something that may
    • longings, all kinds of repressed wishes impossible to fulfil. It is
    • repressed. Now because they were obliged to exercise this repression
    • up at them, what remains behind as repressed longings and wishes can
    • express this in any other way than by saying that the Beings who were
    • like the nature of thought. Every one knows the expression
    • fluidic movement of our own thought; yet this expression may serve,
    • who is expressive of all that is within them, and who accepts all the
    • more intense the search. And is it not like a voice expressing itself
    • The longing expressed
    • which reminds us of how a great mind expressed this undefined longing
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    • have to characterise that which is outwardly expressed in the
    • ancient Moon-Beings pressed through to the Higher Entities but was
    • adjusted, through the wealth of impressions received from the Higher
    • conveyed the impression of a presented sacrifice. We can form a
    • connection with the Higher Beings through the sacrifice, impressions
    • arise in the lower Beings. This again can be symbolically expressed.
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    • which have come to expression in this very building.
    • impression, they will feel more or the less the way one does
    • to see if I might not find someone who has expressed their
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    • will be impressed and believe you. Yet it is all a matter of
    • impression today are utterly unreal, though they also have a
    • Forgive the expression. Higher duties are involved than
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    • expression in our physical nature, this will inevitably take
    • focuses only on things which come to outward expression. If
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    • order to give expression to the higher reality of the lower
    • human being. This no longer comes to outward expression in
    • outward expression. We even know extreme cases. Children may
    • something which is inside and does not come to expression on
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 7: Working from Spiritual Reality
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    • been imitated to give the impression that those are real
    • nevertheless leave me with this impression. I have enormous
    • — we know it quite apart from the impression he makes
    • and give their impressions — these will not give us the
    • expression; they have to become psychologists in a most
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    • for it has made a profound impression in the present time. I
    • concern us; I do not want to express an opinion on the one or
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    • processes in that world which have come to outer expression
    • philosopher Soloviev it is possible to express by means of an
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    • Press, which understands everything and goes into everything,
    • half of the nineteenth century, ‘the Press’, as we call it
    • alongside each other, in spite of the Press. Profoundly
    • principle comes to expression in different ways in individual
    • Press, managed to turn it into a joke and say, ‘Once again,
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    • the pressure of experience, because he does not want to
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    • grey-haired theory, if you will forgive the expression. But
    • excuse the expression — and present old-established
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    • power evolution come to expression in such figures —
    • clearer light on the impressive images Goethe has given in
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    • social efforts, many supported by press journalism, some also
    • hear opinions expressed on what are said to be developments
    • nineteenth century; you can give expression to the real
    • you will forgive the expression.
    • express their will in the different democratic institutions,
    • European and American Press to lull them to sleep over the
    • Press, is designed to point not to the realities but to
    • by — well, by a life that again is ruled by the Press.
    • an end. He says so expressly, also with reference to the
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    • more detail today — is an expression of something that once
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    • Expressing this
    • feeling, and that ultimately expresses itself in the will. I
    • I therefore once expressed
    • expression.
    • simply suppresses those facts that lead onto the right path. Let us
    • materialistic view at every point. Therefore one suppresses these
    • leaving out the decisive facts, i.e., by suppressing them.
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    • to form the human being artistically. The expression that Plato used
    • by his own forelock. What is the meaning of the expression “the
    • the intellectual forces, that have fallen — if I may express it
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    • physical human kingdom, everything that makes an impression upon the
    • the night, is wonderfully expressed in the Easter festival, which is
    • expression of the feeling man has of the inter-working of
    • naturally to be given physical expression too. Herein lies
    • Saturn. The planets impress their scripts upon the plants of the
    • was to express in the Calendar the objective fact of the birth of the Ego.
    • uniform and fixed there is the impress of death, and our Calendar is
    • of preparation and will be published by the Rudolf Steiner Press. The
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    • its expression, its physiognomy, as it were, in the realm confronting
    • assume that sense reality is the expression of an underlying soul
    • the plants express the earth's surrender to the activity of the
    • plants somehow ex press how the earth, through what it brings forth,
    • the earth surrenders itself to the sun, which is expressed in the
    • at 9 a.m. In this way we see a marvelous expression of the
    • science reveals, you may no longer see anything but an expression of
    • we regard the plants as a physiognomic expression of the earth, as
    • the expression of the features of our earth. Thus what we call our
    • that we say, there the spirit that lives throughout space expresses
    • impression, from what looks at us out of the plants, of what lives as
    • expression only in the manifold plant being as in his own special
    • of the spirit.” And an expression of the relationship of human
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    • expression?”
    • expression of the prevailing Zeitgeist of the turn
    • impressed on nearly all human activities. I mean, what we
    • found most characteristically expressed in the ‘bon
    • expression in him.
    • that the material process which finds expression in the
    • were in the air — if I may use the trite expression.
    • pressure of these thoughts that all the theological
    • under the pressure of this thought that for the later
    • pressure of these thoughts.
    • above — even where they are not radically expressed
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    • expresses a certain cosmic fact — a fact we cannot
    • express is the inspiring Spirit. Every time you speak —
    • you have expressed earthly representation of the Trinity. The
    • the earthly expression of the Trinity. And the Divine, the
    • which expresses the Universal content. Anthroposophical
    • the content which it expresses — brought down from
    • expression in this: that in all the things we do and
    • impulse of our willing and our doing. Then we express the
    • thinks out concerning the impressions of his senses —
    • on the sense-impressions; he wished it to take another path.
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    • saw the expression, as it were, of a language which he who
    • they tried to express how each secret of the stars is
    • relationships; it is the mere expression of an immense
    • is an expression of the entire heaven of the stars.
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    • use this paradoxical expression) soul-spiritual sense organs, the
    • be permeated with certain nuances and expressions which
    • express myself in words of the ordinary consciousness) who
    • this law. The nature of my subject entails that I express myself
    • strong impression, in which the life of thoughts illuminates the
    • powerful thought impression (to mathematicians I might say: this
    • much interest in it) let me express the following fact:
    • expression in modern science, to this same extent humanity will
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • knowledge and impressions resulting from the natural-scientific
    • the germination was looked upon merely as the external expression
    • impressions.
    • exactly like sense impressions. In this way, we rise up to a new
    • developed by repressing the external orientation, by crossing the
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • made such a deep impression on the world.
    • might say, rightly produced such a deep impression upon all those
    • expressly stated that two photographs were taken; these two
    • this expressly — that he took every possible scientific
    • expression) that he had to die. He did not clothe this in the
    • human things, with human memory, or with the ordinary expressions
    • the note C sharp and that these are impressions which come to us
    • from the external world, not impressions which rise out of our
    • expressions. But those who have some experience of the special
    • boiling point, if I may use this expression, and which leads to
    • following aim: “In regard to this or that expression of
    • is the same as when a sense impression is produced. Whenever we
    • stimulus in every sensory impression, so there is always a
    • special impression upon us when we once experience this
  • Title: Lecture: East and West in the Light of the Christmas Idea
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    • meant to express in the language of the East the characteristic
    • illusion – apart from the fact of it being expressed more
    • meaning. The great impression made upon mankind by the star
    • John expressed this Mystery of Life in the words: “In the
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    • certain impressions from outside. How matters really stand in
    • impressions coming from outside.
    • eye, I obtain an impression from outside, and my thinking power
    • comes from inside. When I look at the table, its impression comes
    • in your air-environment — if I may use this expression
    • impressions come, as it were, from the horizontal direction, so
    • weakened. They are suppressed, as it were, because man's earthly
    • impressions are subconscious and they do not appear in the
    • impressions they only derive a general life-feeling.
    • the celestial bodies a force which is opposed to the impressions
    • our ordinary consciousness responds to the impressions coming
    • the sense impressions of ordinary consciousness. And what we
    • sense impressions and with our thinking activity. When the human
    • outside. They receive the impressions which come from below and
    • streams rising up from the earth, if I may use this expression,
    • to expression, must, of course, be revealed in a different way.
    • (“verleuchtet”) — if I may use this expression
    • that of feeling, then one cannot use the expressions which
    • expressed in words. They can only be expressed, as already
    • — if I may use this expression — the humanly
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    • pre-Grecian epochs, if I may use this expression, which
    • the expression of God, that he set forth a divine being. But this
    • to expression in many forms of past religious life, through the
    • the belief that God might then express himself through man.
    • mere existence. From the manifold impressions of Nature filling
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    • keeping with the earthly sphere, but by suppressing his innate
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    • olden times profound thoughts were expressed in such pictures. And
    • neighbourhood of Pressburg. Other people made similar collections in
    • but it may be brought forward because it expresses purely historical
    • of which I have already spoken. The subject itself impressed its
    • wonderful, profound picture, which expresses the whole thought I
    • expressed and to-day we must visualise spiritually that there is in
    • Earth, it has been expressed in beautiful words which I will put
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Thought and the Secret of the Ego
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    • feeling can impress itself into all human souls everywhere in these
    • times, can impress itself in the midst of blood and hate: the thought
    • ancient times deep thoughts came to expression in such pictures, and
    • “I.” We learn to express our “I” at a
    • takes an impress into the grave when he dies as Adam — this
    • the 1850's. He searched for them in the area around Pressburg, and
    • then further beyond Pressburg into Hungary. Others collected such
    • thought to expression that I have wanted to let arise before your
    • basically very simple to express this thought? Yes, it is. Indeed,
    • dispute resides in human souls. The thought can be expressed this
    • die as children, though this must be expressed only partially,
    • with you today the words of one who expressed this so
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    • later on found expression in Buddhism — all this was attained
    • physical sound, the senses to turn away from outer impressions, and
    • “Turn away from colours, sounds and all the outer impressions
    • time. This understanding was expressed in symbolical imagery, in
    • world, was expressed by the name of Apollo
    • expressed in the cult of Apollo and the mystic doctrine of
    • which is now expressed by Spiritual
    • but a vague Pantheism. We may think we express a
    • to use the old expression — in distinction to his physical body
    • a line which returns on itself, forming a circle as the expression of
    • was later called the Zodiac. This is the expression of the spiritual
    • expression of the activity of Ormuzd. The Zodiac is the expression of
    • expressions of Ormuzd (who represents the light part of the Zodiac)
    • he beheld here the expressions of spiritual beings who are, as it
    • expressed in the raying forth of the Sun from Aries, Taurus, Cancer,
    • and so forth. The activity of Ormuzd is expressed in the raying of
    • and working in him. The human head was to them the visible expression
    • Amschaspands. How is this truth expressed at the present time?
    • Zarathustra. And we shall not wonder at the view expressed by a Greek
    • impressions of the physical world, that the sensuous appeals of
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    • ancient Egyptian culture that he could only express the keynote of
    • the significance of this expression only dawns upon us when the light
    • thought and feeling. And again — what a curious impression is
    • expression for such ideas in the world surrounding physical existence
    • expressions of a mighty cosmic clock. When we gaze at this mighty
    • expressions of the mighty cosmic clock they saw a portrayal of forces
    • stars and had created in a cosmic script, an expression of
    • understands his physical nature — the expression of his Ego. He
    • attained to his Isis-nature. This again may be expressed by saying:
    • express the activities of the other spiritual Powers. His script was
    • Nothing that is on the Earth can help me to express what man
    • Hermes who expressed with the greatest sublimity the relation of the
    • he expressed, in his own being, the deepest soul life of man. All
    • that was expressed in the deeds of man, even in daily pursuits where
    • heavenly activities as expressed in the stellar script. This script
    • expression of the mighty cosmic timepiece.
    • express the Spiritual in different forms, so do the several
    • which are expressed in the Pyramids. The second stage is the world of
    • plants and the inner forces of this world are expressed in the Lotus
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    • to push on towards the desk, pressing the down together. But I am unable
    • to reach the desk, I have to stop half-way, because I cannot compress
    • the down any further. I cannot reach the desk but can feel pressure when
    • urge to express the “I” — in fact to produce real
    • Instead, you feel the resistance just as I do when I press forward. This
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    • particular expressions of it can be related to their counterparts in the
    • first to speak of some of the ways in which the human soul expresses itself
    • memory is robust and full-blooded — if I may use such expressions
    • impressions of the present in the right way. It is between the change
    • to the male with puberty, when love finds physiological expression
    • is real truth in what is expressed in the more ancient languages by
    • expression in speech. We do not only breathe in and breathe out higher
    • we have the after-effect, then we are ourselves. Over there they express
    • expressed. We express our whole being in the process of out-breathing;
    • can give ear to what the tones express through their very nature, has a
    • express our own being in declamation, in song? Why do we transform it?
    • expressing itself plastically in the smoke of the incense.
    • “Only through the dawn of beauty do you press on into the land of
    • through the door of beauty do you press on into the land of knowledge.”
    • do you press on into the land of knowledge.” In other words —
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    • In speaking of the life of the soul, a certain expression in common use
    • today is made to cover a great deal. I refer to the expression: the
    • impulses of will-expressions, that is, of the inner nature and being of
    • indefinite world-substance. One has really to coin words to express what
    • soul is affected by impressions of colour, tone or warmth, perceiving
    • if I may so express it, ‘enfired;’ but in order for these
    • connected, if I may so express it, with the highest heavens; it is
    • expression in the visibility of the Moon do, it is true, enter into the
    • express it in this way. Just as the soul of man is permeated from going
    • process, but if we want to find some way of expressing it, we might say
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    • impressing upon their readers what they ought to believe about
    • expressed his sense of their great worth in his book,
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    • expressions used in this sphere may be shown by the fact that
    • death of the tissue in an organism, and it is expressly
    • reason we can say that fatigue is an expression testifying
    • into an exchange with the new. The result is expressed in
    • which expresses itself in fatigue. Hence, we really have the
    • might express thus; “We purchase the higher form, the
    • an impression of it through the eye or ear, we have then
    • taken into ourselves something more than an inner impression
    • not receive the inner impression of the idea, it cannot be
    • and through which the inner impression is occasioned,
    • by every sense-impression, and by everything that we can
    • pressed into the memory. When the Ego-perception appears, the
    • as man obtains only conscious impressions from the external
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    • which floats around him as his aura and is the expression of
    • everything on the physical plane is an expression of forces
    • ways in which the expressions “astral”, etc. must
    • hours, you impress these laws upon your blood — you
    • birds! In these migrations instinct comes to expression.
    • to express this in a somewhat trivial manner, we may say:
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    • are expressed from one side to the other, and anyone who has
    • order to express his longing for the Divine. He takes a music
    • comes to expression, at a more mature age, after he arrives
    • intimate, something lived that cannot be expressed in any
    • feels that they represent something. They do not express
    • compress all this, could see it all in a different light, with
    • develop further. It is expressly said: “And up to man
    • his days, was as yet unable to express the idea of
    • Goethe compress all that Faust has achieved since the time of
    • expressed by Goethe paradigmatically and monumentally in
    • expressed by Goethe in the words:
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    • we have lived the great ideal which we want to express through
    • cosmic Christ-Impulse, which expresses how man is eternally
    • which expresses to us how a soul of the early Christian
    • is meant to express the highest human striving, yet at the same
    • sink into the poem of the Greek Empress Eudocia. She created a
    • the wisdom of cosmic powers is expressed; and so in the astral
    • feel how the all-power is expressed in relation to the body of
    • expressed by St. Luke's Gospel. If one approached this
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    • printing-press, of those days when, for the majority of the
    • expressed thus by Aristotle”. Now the modern
    • as the expression of the ancient wisdom — and then used
    • that which Divine thoughts have expressed in
    • Nature, are as the letters of an alphabet, which express the
    • of the planets.” He expressed his system of the
    • stars. In short, all which may be expressed as the revelation
    • of the Divine Wisdom expressed in the world of sense. All
    • itself,” at things as they really are. Expressed rather
    • impression on us. For example, red. Is the red colour in the
    • one after another. Mighty minds like that of Galileo pressed
    • impressions of the senses. These are his first means of
    • impressions of the senses.
    • things which have impressed the senses are no longer before
    • Giordano Bruno. After a man has received what the impressions
    • within himself) into the impressions. The impression is made
    • Then something higher and truer than any impression created
    • expressions which resemble those used now to express
    • expression in contradistinction to the teaching of Aristotle
    • individual plants. The expression “Urpflanze”,
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    • such an impression of sincerity and truthfulness on us,
    • should like to impress upon you above all is, that in
    • that the train of thought of a scientist might be expressed
    • general comprehension, or conception of the impression
    • human forces of the soul, as they are expressed in the
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    • if one can get beyond their unusual impression, one will
    • beings is thereby shown as it presses into the personality of
    • expressed in the ideas and concepts of the healthy human
    • lazy in applying expressly a right meaning and understanding
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    • our time is impressed with a far-reaching belief in authority,
    • much impressed by the public opinions with which we are fed
    • remained unsatisfied or were repressed. Take a concrete
    • education, by the exhortation of her parents, she repressed it.
    • it finds expression. For though the lady in her outer life is
    • suppressed craving's, broken plans of life and finally the
    • soul's life’ (though, as I said, the expression is by no means
    • is in the soul of man, pressing on from one incarnation
    • expressing themselves through the corporeality, through the
    • whole conduct and appearance as it expresses itself in
    • much of the working of the Karma of vocation finds expression.
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    • no little impression on his superiors, — as I suppose
    • mysterious aspects of existence, which will indeed impress
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    • longer work into us — no longer impress
    • expression in Western Europe and in America. With this
    • is only a goal for the present: it is not so clearly expressed,
    • now rather in our ideas; John Stuart Mill expressed practically
    • expresses: If an un-awaited resurrection does not occur,
    • tragedy, and he expressed it thus: We are not the
    • approaching. (It can perhaps better be expressed by the English
    • myself happen to want to say. What I express, is said in
    • And we get this impression: How right were John Stuart
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    • suppressed, the Ego is made dim, and then those other Powers
    • may not be clearly expressed confessions of faith, but
    • rule was thus expressed: it is one of the most punishable
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    • Opinions expressed by other persons will be disregarded; the
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    • or charming, as many express it — will not seem to
    • escape the impression that it points in a way to the mystery of
    • spiritual world, we then express ourselves very differently
    • of a higher life. The right form of expression would be to
    • the facts express himself. But one who is ignorant of the facts
    • express himself in just this realm otherwise than is done by
    • of the life of the soul. This is the depressing problem
    • be expressed, eliminate self-seeking from the human soul. When
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    • external expression of inner spiritual processes. The esoteric
    • etc., these are for him the expression of the inner spiritual
    • rising and setting of the moon, as the external expression of
    • expressions in mime of those divine-spiritual Beings, as also
    • external expression of inner divine-spiritual sway. But the
    • expressions of the spiritual. When he pointed to the sun
    • esoteric Christian saw the physiognomical expression of the old
    • Jehovah-principle, the expression of the religion of the old
    • sun the expression of the spiritual light ruling the earth, the
    • Christ-light, and in the moon the expression of the reflected
    • him the earth was just as much the physical expression of a
    • spirit as was every other bodily form an expression of
    • form, that he saw in the Beings whose external expression the
    • expression: To see the sun at midnight.
    • various powers express themselves. Humanity had, therefore, to
    • Goethe expresses in another beautiful passage when he says:
    • Blood is the expression of the Self, the “I.” In the red roses
    • expressed in the cross entwined by roses, and as the pilgrim
    • By thee, and yet we can but stand oppressed:
    • Whereas the world oppresses, e'er impeding,
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    • ‘homeless man’. This is a technical expression. And if we
    • senses other Beings invisibly at work, who express themselves through
    • visible beings just as the human being expresses himself through his
    • can be known through sense-experience or sensory impressions and yet
    • man's impression of himself! At one moment he would feel: “Here
    • superior to another is of no consequence. To express a preference for
    • choose to use the technical expression of occultism — the
    • Cyclic Periods”. (We shall justify the use of this expression
    • perfecting the etheric or life-body of man, is expressed in the
    • opportunities are provided for these Beings to express themselves in
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    • impression or reflection of this work of the Folk Spirits or
    • express their corporeality in some form or other. And these Beings
    • whose activity is expressed in this physical form must give some
    • expresses itself in three ways. The etheric aura of the people
    • (Obtainable from Rudolf Steiner Press, London. See the list of
    • Spirit of the Age, is expressed in a variety of ways. Think of how
    • backward Spirits of Form. Thus the way of thinking is an expression
    • thought expressive of the inner life, is unsurpassed by any other
    • temperament, is itself an expression of that temperament. That is the
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    • that the world of sensation and the world of sense-impressions no
    • is impossible for him to receive tactile impressions of objects. Such
    • experiences are foreign to him. But his experiences can be expressed
    • make a deeper impression on him. Others he finds casual, lethargic,
    • just as the human soul responds to impressions of warmth and cold.
    • and atrophy That is something which man feels to be an expression of
    • be an expression of his inner life, but the rise and fall of a nation
    • within the national character can thereby find expression.
    • Personality, but the normal, Spirit of Personality expressing himself
    • expression, a Maya, of an inner process. In the present case we see
    • are simply an expression of their activity.
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    • formative influences make a powerful impression upon him. The
    • particular locality impresses the characteristics of their early
    • formative forces of the Earth impress permanently on man the
    • impresses upon man the characteristics of his adult life. In this way
    • in fact exist; it is a reality and expresses the law according to
    • the impress of the characteristics of a more mature age. We must
    • physical must be compressed. As civilization advances westward into
    • a Caucasian, expresses a profound mystery if we understand the law
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    • landscape of Norway. His first impression will be of a rocky expanse
    • terms of his first impression, namely as hard “rocky
    • externalized. Today the will is an expression of the inner life.
    • occult symbolism this Earth-mission has always been expressed in a
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    • Ethiopian race is an expression of an impulse from the Mercury Oracle
    • predestined by the Elohim to express the quintessence of the
    • members of man find their impress and are reflected in corresponding
    • parts of the physical body: the ‘I’ finds its impress in
    • impress of the astral body, these Venus forces work in the nervous
    • sense-impressions and from there radiate to those parts of the
    • truth. But your spirits here on paper and who express what to you is
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    • doctrine of pluralism which after all is expressed in Anthroposophy
    • Scandinavia embodies those potentialities which were later expressed
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    • the practice to compare externals. The impression created by the
    • comparable to the impression made by someone who declares: “Thirty
    • civilization — which then found its literary expression in the
    • expressions Dynamis and Kyriotetes. They beheld again these Beings
    • power of speech through the appropriate Archangel is expressed in the
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    • too, if you approach them in the right way. If you wish me to express
    • to adopt a passive attitude towards knowledge, to suppress the ego in
    • remarkable to you that the various peoples who express these views in
    • 1910 (Rudolf Steiner Press).] I should like to
    • man, although externally it gives the same impression.
    • Snake through whom is expressed the influence of the Luciferic spirit
    • expression for everything that implied darkening of the light of
    • perspective. This was generally expressed in the old Teutonic
    • this is expressed in the activity of the Midgard Snake, the Fenris
    • Hodur nature overcame the Baldur nature. This is expressed by Loki
    • knowledge is expressed in the myth of Baldur, Hödur and Loki. On
    • expressed in sculptural form. Greek mythology has no longer that
    • earliest impressions. The old clairvoyance which had long vanished in
    • spread abroad, that which is expressed in the Baldur myth, in the
    • expressed in a wonderful way, down to the smallest details in the
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    • impulse of the Spiritual Soul was to find expression on the plane of
    • most highly sublimated expression of the Spiritual Soul and embodies
    • manifestations of ancient Indian culture were expressed through the
    • scientific, poetic impression if one follows the evolution of the
    • their whole culture gives the impression of being in a preparatory
    • mythology. We should give a false impression of these Eastern
    • the Mother, the Spirit of the Earth. We have no other expression and
    • is most interesting to observe bow the Eastern European expresses his
    • civilization. This had been prophetically expressed in Solovieff's
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    • (Rudolf Steiner Press).]
    • impressions, and I should like to describe to you a typical example.
    • misfortune if, under the pressure of materialism, the manifestation
    • Christ-principle is the highest expression of Anthroposophy. And if
    • should like to impress upon you, therefore, that it is not
    • received a most favourable impression which they hasten to express in
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    • organised this year is meant to be a direct expression of this
    • has to happen in human evolution when we entirely suppress our own
    • particular expression of spiritual life we prefer; we can only arrive
    • some form or other of ancient occultism, let us suppress this, and
    • coloured by a turn of thought which does not impress us
    • made. If you know this book, you know how impressively it calls
    • life of ancient Greece and expressing in the symbol of Iphigenia what
    • which in a way brings to symbolic expression the
    • have expressed this conviction today, it is because I agree with
    • the impress our special kind of spiritual knowledge should give to
    • express my thanks to them at the close of this introductory lecture.
    • to which I now give expression.
    • subtlety of meaning expressed by such figures as Luna, Astrid and
    • our forthcoming lectures you will not mind my giving this expression
    • do at the opening of our Munich festival one thing is impressed upon
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    • and the sacrifice of Iphigenia expresses this thought for us. Such
    • does Greek mythology express this profound truth? We know that modern
    • of Eleusis thus express to the nature of man himself? What in terms
    • reasoned account of it, is Persephone; that is where the suppressed
    • expressions of the wonders of Nature within man himself. They show us
    • microcosm, an expression of the macrocosm, the great cosmos. As
    • times there was prevalent an idea so wonderful, so impressive, that
    • commandments outwardly expressed, but since man was clairvoyant, it
    • ancient wonders of Nature are expressed in the figures of the ancient
    • wonders in the genesis of the human organisation is expressed in this
    • impressive symbols as that of the threefold Hecate will acquire when
    • only express them by clothing them in abstract thought, but all this
    • expressed by the pupil of Spiritual Science, who no longer speaks in
    • modern form what was expressed in the ancient Greek Mysteries by the
    • knowledge aroused by those impressive pictorial images of the Greeks,
    • vision, which in the future will press more and more urgently upon
    • (Anthroposophic Press Inc., New York, 1950).
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    • to you all, an idea which not only finds common expression in the
    • of our hand is an expression of our own soul-activity. When we move
    • scene epitomises the sense of conflict which finds expression in
    • did experience this. Even if he could not express it in modern terms,
    • to express in up-to-date phraseology what the Greek felt, we must say
    • soul-forces which lie behind the will, find their expression in the
    • expression of will-impulses as the astral body is the expression of
    • body are bound to taste quite different, if I may so express it. As
    • will-impulses, I am suppressing the flashing-up of thought, and
    • suppressed, and self-knowledge is concentrated upon the astral body,
    • there comes a feeling of oppression rather like breathlessness. Hence
    • with a sense of oppression. It is impossible to perceive the astral
    • between the three kinds of force? Well, how do we express
    • of the etheric body, to those of the astral body? How can we express
    • there a numerical formula, or any other formula, which can express
    • can be expressed. There is something which shows quite
    • for you. For these relationships can only be expressed by means of a
    • body. In short, in this figure you find expressed the reciprocal
    • relationships of these four different areas, you get an impression of
    • makes a weaker impression upon you than the circle. And to the extent
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    • expressing his own peculiar self as in the Greco-Latin time. Hence
    • we see too how everything in this epoch tends to bring to expression
    • be quite clear that the Beings who were pressing forward towards
    • Greeks quite in the way I have expressed it, but it nevertheless
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    • to expression in their concept of Dionysos. Indeed as regards this
    • figure of Dionysos the Greek soul has expressed itself with such
    • figure which the Greeks depicted in such a way as to give expression
    • they did not of course express outwardly in thought such as ours, it
    • ourselves might express this stage of human evolution thus. —
    • found clairvoyant, and only later intellectual expression. If we see
    • impressive picture, the picture of the dismembered Dionysos.
    • symbolically expressed as her jealousy — appears and calls upon
    • blood which sets the heart in motion is the physical expression of
    • man it merged with his bodily nature; this is wonderfully expressed
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    • express. This world of the Greek gods, in its wisdom-filled
    • a fulness about it which comes nearer to expressing the truth than
    • ashamed. That is the expression of a most profound mystery. The Old
    • bodies, bodies which expressed the ego in its true form. We see that
    • expression could be found to mark how little the outer expression of
    • yesterday the impressive picture of how this came about—of how
    • impressive mythology of ancient Greece.
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    • We have been trying to bring to light again in the impressive pictures
    • of Greek mythology, as the expression of an ancient wisdom, what in our
    • recognised, were already expressed in pictorial fashion in this Greek
    • with Apollo, Mars and so on. For whereas they expressed pretty well
    • about Zeus, Poseidon, Pluto, Apollo, Mars and so on, they expressed
    • talking expressly of the content, or of the activity of mental
    • to express in correct diagrammatic form the human process of
    • endeavour to press on by quite another path than that of ordinary
    • I have pointed out what a beautiful expression there still was in old
    • be born’. In old German there was another expression for this. The
    • man has become young). This is an extremely significant expression!
    • Nebelland is an expression for the Germany of the Middle
    • expression there lies an awareness of the genius of language, thus of
    • in which Spiritual Science is expressed.’ One has to accept
    • seen Dionysos there as a beautiful, sublime human form. I expressly
    • or illusion. Then we are told something which made a great impression
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    • and gave them pictorial expression in a mythology most of which is
    • able to bring to adequate expression the great wonders of the world.
    • then is meant by the expression ‘ordeals of the soul’?
    • them full play, that he inevitably becomes impressed by the exoteric
    • This is clearly expressed at the end of my second Play
    • Romanus expresses this in
    • again into connection with the physical brain and give it an impress
    • and his hosts. We could express that in another way; we could say
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    • our own bodily organisation could find expression through the
    • upon man (if we are to express it spatially) from the Earth upwards.
    • these forces, which come to expression pre-eminently in the formation
    • space, which brings to expression the feathers, the plumage. The
    • paradox fully expresses the reality, and if one cared to elaborate it
    • Jordan with the dove hovering over him we have in fact the expression
    • Thus, expressed in
    • when he expressed the Mystery of the Christ in the sun by the word
    • painter of old brought very clearly to expression that the raiment
    • superficial expression of your true being.’ When a man feels
    • the region of the heart, it only presses upward as far as the heart,
    • and oppresses the man who is striving for higher knowledge, for
    • can begin to feel that we have pressed on too fast — as
    • be quite wrong to look upon what was expressed in our first
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    • was expressed by dwelling upon the feeling which men have in face of
    • them as the ancient clairvoyant consciousness and expressing what
    • Expressed
    • of truth, and that he is pressing forward to another aspect of the
    • of the uneasiness he expresses. It is part of his soul's ordeal
    • because when we press out into cosmic space we come into a region
    • as when we press outwards with a consciousness devoid of the Christ
    • press further and further into ourselves and by penetrating with the
    • in a deceptive form, and we must press on towards the reality out of
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    • preceding ages too give the impression as if they were themselves pointing
    • before the audience. The general impression of the creative power of Raphael
    • his senses, and with his sense impressions he simultaneously perceived the
    • Spiritual was there with the objects as they were perceived. To press
    • not necessary for man to withdraw from sense impressions or to give
    • receive, simultaneously with the sense impressionthe, Spiritual living
    • in an inner life before pressing forward to the Spiritual. Spiritual
    • it should not be taken merely as a symbolical mode of expression, but
    • Then however we get the impression that in the Art of Painting itself
    • an inwardness had to develop, — an inwardness such as that expressed
    • impression that the revenge was justifiable and there arises before
    • rise up before us in picture form and our immediate impression is that
    • Perugino. One gets the impression of two worlds in the town, —
    • of Florence then? In the first place the inhabitants give the impression
    • It was said of Julius II that he gave the impression of a man with a
    • does not express the mystery of existence in ideas, but senses and gives
    • Rome there came the influx of that other element which impressed its
    • express the inner experiences called forth in the soul by Christianity.
    • an age when Christianity was not yet expressed in picture form or in
    • appears in the right light when, — to use expression of Goethe,
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    • slight gestures are made, expressing what the person thinks, expressing
    • following impression! On the one hand is Herr von Osten, who does not
    • to express it quite independently through its soul life. But the
    • up to the point of being able to express something; the rest will come
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    • has been repeatedly expressed by an enlightened observer of the Iliad
    • dispassionately will not receive the impression that human artific or
    • expressed he used to say: “If we only take into consideration
    • qualities which are expressed in the epic when it is said that he can
    • of it, has directly the impression — I must beg you to consider
    • impression — that the most essential thing in this magnificent
    • into the epic — I say expressly a very remarkable form of Christianity
    • Herod, who is called Rotus in Kalevala, is expressed so impersonally
    • we are speaking of a soul-power whose expressions we cannot really make
    • find the present-day imagination, but — if we may use the expression
    • it was still — I must not shrink from using the expression directly
    • the impressions received from the external sense-world, a primeval humanity
    • powers expressed themselves. If one considers that, then one also grasps
    • supple and flexible, and could be modeled and impressed by that which
    • it, and we can only express it as something which works and creates
    • we call the astral body — please do not take offence at this expression,
    • spiritual science. I should be able to express the word “Sampo”
    • expression — un-Palestine-like description of the Christ-impulse,
    • and that which is only symbolically expressed in such an instrument
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    • to an experience of this picture, it expresses something very powerful. For
    • inward sulphur-fire, to use Jacob Boehm's expression. It is a
    • powers, the world which expresses their being, the whole being of
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    • art only when it expresses human feeling in such a way that through
    • that in deep winter it becomes really a cosmic body, expressing
    • expressed in man himself. What part do we as human beings have in the
    • spirit is expressed the coming to birth of the Jesus-child, who is
    • whole expression. We must then indicate that Mary is preparing
    • countenance and bearing must give expression to this
    • expression by bringing the limbs into dynamic relation with the Earth
    • which can be expressed only through the garment which follows the
    • portray, a little higher up, that which gives expression to the
    • symbolise; but the Moon-element is clearly expressed in the
    • permeated with many human heads, pressing downwards; one of them is
    • the star-radiance expressed in the countenance of Mary.
    • must come to expression for inner vision in clear and glorious
    • then the garment, subject to earthly gravity, expressing what the
    • expression of that which man experiences in the cosmos,
    • expression of it in the picture of the Mother and child.
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    • contentment on all sides. It expresses itself as an inner permeation
    • beings. But when spring draws near, the impression which the
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    • recognise as healing influences are expressed.
    • could be expressed in the words: “The presence of the
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    • John's-tide, we really have the impression that down there are the
    • into lines, angles and surfaces. If we are to have an impression of
    • So we can say: On looking downwards, we have an impression of
    • impression one has is of out-spreading cosmic Intelligence.
    • We have the impression that this figure forms its
    • follow these happenings further, on through August, we gain an impression
    • impression of the countenance and gaze of Uriel will come before you.
    • impression that we must look around to find out what it signifies.
    • the earnest gaze of Uriel we gain the impression of how the
    • in your souls. But everything expressed in these living
    • now if we have gained the impression of
    • for then an impression is given that such an idea, or picture,
    • described should find artistic expression, on the one hand, in
    • in the light, who calls up in us a powerful impression of the triune,
    • expressed at St. John's-tide through appropriate musical instruments.
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    • we open our souls to the impressions
    • they wish to express their highest and greatest conceptions. But even
    • from heaven through the earth they're pressing,
    • to expression in man as movement and the power of will, enabling him
    • from heaven through the earth they're pressing,
    • the old saying to which he then gave poetic expression, and it made a
    • tremendous impression on him. But the meaning I have been able to
    • from heaven through the earth they're pressing,
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    • the impression that enthusiasm and warmth of feeling for the
    • culture, the impression we get is that they did not understand
    • education will not greatly impress us. What, then, is this
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    • Moreover they were able to express themselves in such a way
    • Golgotha. And one has the impression, which vision
    • direct impression it makes. It is like opening a book and
    • receive the impression which seems to be like a reading of that
    • eclipse. And the external event becomes a symbolic expression
    • of soul what it is that this happening of nature expresses.
    • as something which in the future it will be possible to express
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    • expression to concepts and ideas of the modern mind. But many
    • earthly Being. Infinite depths have been expressed when it is
    • men the Christ Being spoke with the impressiveness of a god. As
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    • in the house made a certain impression upon him —
    • compiled in the Old Testament. Heaviness oppressed his
    • welling up within him; a deep impression must have been made
    • expression of infinite love in the countenance of Jesus: Thou
    • art the new priest who has been sent to us! And they pressed
    • still under the mighty impression of how demonic powers held
    • soul might be purged. These principles were expressed in many
    • certain symbolic customs gave expression to their aims: they
    • clairvoyant impressions. Great and impressive clairvoyant
    • impressions came to Jesus of Nazareth, either within the Essene
    • of these experiences, one of these inner impressions must
    • deep impression upon him, he lived the Essene life as a
    • And gradually the vision, the impression had been
    • them. But the impressions not only engrave themselves
    • he did under the impress of this question, what he had heard as
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    • with his mother about many of the impressions that had
    • voice of the Bath-Kol gave expression to a sacred, primeval
    • impressions, engraved paramountly in the astral body, which had
    • had left a deep impression upon Him. And everywhere He found
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    • has his heart in the right place. This is a good expression for our
    • temperance and expressing them in our lives, do we provide for
    • Steiner Press.] you will find how the Christ Impulse worked
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    • wished to express, or at any rate did not suppress.
    • Here, I express once more a paradox that struck me particularly
    • what is the result? Well, we have only to express ourselves in
    • become conscious of an external world rhythm. If I may express
    • expression, by an inner education and discipline of the
    • depressed the body in order to ex-press spiritual experience
    • representatives of the school of Haeckel has expressly admitted
    • feature, the individual expression of his eyes — and yet
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    • consciousness when it has to forgo both sense-impressions
    • man is deprived of external impressions and even
    • depressed and dimmed. The opposite of this is what must happen:
    • now our consciousness is empty not only of current impressions,
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    • who gave simple expression to so much that men find great and
    • which the organism expresses itself. In the same way, we must
    • this change the expression of great transformations in human
    • really understand what was being expressed even in Plato, still
    • of expression of these philosophers of Western and Central
    • expresses by the use of these modes, our awareness of him
    • words, too, were instinctive. Yet in fact he expressed a
    • expresses a longing, the longing to look at art and science
    • together has been finely expressed by another Central European,
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    • relationship of East and West is often expressed
    • civilization in general — receives the impression of a
    • views, it does indeed express a truth, if somewhat one-sidedly,
    • antiquity, is subject to pressures from certain spheres, whence
    • that expresses many unconscious feelings, unconscious
    • millions of people is a mood that this word expresses. The word
    • expressed some years ago by an Englishman who compared Western
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    • simile. Impressions from outside cannot be allowed to
    • Here is something that can make a more shattering impression on
    • To do so makes a shattering impression, it is true. We see
    • expression of spiritual existence, but only a consequence of
    • poetic impression — are in the last analysis, for anyone
    • who can see things objectively, no more than the expression of
    • moves in our being of air, if I may so express myself, in which
    • to knowledge of the world. I should like to express in
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    • When the urgent necessity of life presses and misery knocks at
    • ordinarily formulated, can only express a superficial outlook,
    • abstract expressions of ideals. What we need is something
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    • of the most extreme expressions of this hopelessness came from
    • return. I have already mentioned the often-quoted expression:
    • expression in the world of animals. In their world, the food
    • or neglect of memory expresses itself later in life in
    • expressed in so extreme a form is justified, and whether people
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    • have become so clever, if I may so express it, that it is
    • impressively presented through works of art and literature,
    • language to express it, then eyes light up and hearts unfold.
    • indefinite in man's feelings and expressions of will. People
    • physical structure is merely the outward expression or
    • obliged to adopt the scientific forms of expression customary
    • is still the feeling: Your machines do not impress us! With
    • do not impress them. The Oriental will say: With their aid, you
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    • would no longer be felt by many people to be oppressive, as
    • but at enabling men to express their own opinions and put them
    • expression to their opinions and their will in social
    • inner pressure, out of the spiritual life of Middle Europe
    • trust. When they came to express an opinion about something
    • of simple humanity — where any human being can express a
    • achieve expression within spiritual life, including the sphere
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    • find expressed in a part of the Bible towards which we should always
    • taken place which are expressed in the Paradise-Myth, man was permitted
    • senses; it is as it were thrown back, and from this, sense-impressions
    • itself up ever more thoroughly to the impressions of eating and drinking.
    • are then suppressed and weakened, but man lives continually from falling
    • and more from member to member. I venture to express myself thus, because,
    • expression in the building itself.
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    • he may not we again find expressed in a part of the Bible towards
    • which are expressed in the Paradise-Myth, man was permitted to eat
    • thrown back, and from this, sense impressions arise. And that which
    • therefore give itself up ever more thoroughly to the impressions of
    • suppressed and weakened, but man lives continually from falling
    • express myself thus, because, as I have said, I always exclude the
    • and noble, might be a copy of that which finds expression in the
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    • pass through the impressions of the most diverse World-Views.
    • expressed hut it can be expressed in this way) — it only
    • their very content, similar to the impressions made by the
    • impression of materialising the spirit, as though it presented
    • impressions on our other Sense-organs, are really so
    • to here is expressed in two directions. The one is this. When a
    • impression that the structure of his Church accords absolutely
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    • “Anthroposophy and the Social Question” (Mercury Press,
    • done by the others” (Mercury Press translation).
    • Press, Spring Valley, N.Y.), and “Spiritual Science and the
    • the others” (Mercury Press translation).
    • centuries. All human beings have taken up this press for
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    • itself demand as a thought expressing modern culture? The
    • very forms express the Greek experience of culture: they are
    • style corresponds to the emotional expression of the Greek
    • express, in form, the action and speech of the soul on the
    • wings of the heavenly spirit; this expression found its
    • Baroque art, which is through and through a faithful expression
    • are expressed in a subjectively arbitrary manner in artistic
    • longer see the soul directly expressing its experiences when it
    • Gothic art, when Dürer adapted his profoundly expressive
    • right- ness. We see art expressing what has no direct
    • express more or less inartistically. This is particularly
    • be an expression.
    • expressed in the structure of the spiritual-social life of
    • hearts are bound up with the ideal it expresses will now be
    • suffering, expressions of sympathy with the deeper cultural
    • were not repressed by the so- called brutal culture of the
    • and possibilities of the present day, and who expresses himself
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    • and even in his chief work is derived from the impression Goethe
    • expression of the contemporary age. I refer to the picture:
    • Goethe had no understanding of the emotion expressed in this
    • the impression which he once got from this picture in his youth:
    • expressed things here and there which indicate the deep foundation
    • external, exoteric way a work in which he expressed his whole
    • Youth is filled with the feeling of the soul, which expresses
    • him something spiritual, for in the physical is expressed the
    • expresses the same thing in it, in his own way. He did not wish to
    • express the riddles of the soul in abstract ideas. For him they
    • way, in a way which is attained only by expressing oneself in
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    • who expresses the sensations derived from the plant in his poetry
    • thing itself compels you to say it is red, and that the impression
    • prominent and significant principle expressed more or less clearly in
    • For that soul-power which is expressed in intellectualism is now so
    • people have succeeded in suppressing their preference and their
    • hold fast to a thought he once expressed: ‘Everything which
    • meant, but used it to express what he felt himself, then we
    • shall realize what is expressed in these poetic figures. And
    • expresses beautifully with the words: ‘Tend the sheep!’
    • order. It ought to express itself like a habit. The unconscious itself
    • expression in his Fairy Tale, is to be found also in
    • which finds its expression in the passage of the Chorus
    • Mysticus, which expresses the same thing
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    • little. And having brought to expression in many different ways
    • themselves what Goethe expresses in the words: ‘The self in
    • method must have produced a deep impression on all those who strove
    • it is expressed there: ‘How the spiritual forces of heaven
    • impression upon Goethe. For instance, those which depict the whole
    • in life. Over against all these impressions which Goethe received
    • the sixteenth and eighteenth centuries is expressed in the
    • What was felt and thought about Faust was expressed
    • Faust. In this character he expressed all the
    •  From Heaven through Earth I see them pressing,
    • or ‘The Golden Chain of Homer.’ We see it expressed
    • with man's life. This feeling is expressed by Faust: — The
    • that which stands very near to man's soul and expresses itself in
    • the signs of the microcosm, the little world. He expresses this
    • Goethe understood in a marvellous way how to compress into a few
    • were physiognomic expression of the Spirit. Man would have seen the
    • the outer physiognomic expression of the spirit. This power
    • visible to man as a transparent, spiritual splendour. To express it
    • placed that side of his life which can be expressed by the words
    • ‘I am guilty.’ What Goethe expresses in the first part
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    • sentence is clearly expressed that the man who understands Faust
    • us as the physical sun is the expression of the sun-spirit and the
    • sun-soul, as the physical human body is the expression of the human
    • are under the impression that what they do is prompted by their own
    • believe they can control the course of time, is the expression of
    • some meaning, becomes for Faust the expression of the fact that one
    • from his mouth: ‘The Mothers, the Mothers press hard on
    • Mothers who press hard on me!’ the citizens realize that he
    •  There whirls the press like clouds on clouds unfolding.’
    • ‘There whirls the press, like clouds on clouds
    • these effects: ‘There whirls the press, like clouds on clouds
    • plant realm. Goethe, indeed, invents an expression for it, which
    •  Did nothing on our outside shell impress thee?
    • attitude of soul which is expressed by the word ‘Care.’
    • itself to its own powers, it can have only a shape expressing its
    • also expressed himself — and as a great warning for all who
    • other. In two successive poems Goethe has expressed, like a great
    • spiritual world, he can express it in diametrically opposite views.
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    • When therefore man wanted to express the experience he had as
    • hands, was expressed by saying: Venus works in me. Pointing out
    • something to another person was expressed by saying: Mercury
    • for rest or from sheer laziness, was expressed by saying: I
    • found expression in his whole life.
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    • Hierarchy impressed itself deep into the whole being of man.
    • his soul, enabling it to express itself through these letters.
    • characteristic instances that are a true expression of the
    • this has been brought to expression in a wonderful way by
    • And in this contrast is expressed what is taking place on the
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    • if I may so express it, sunk down into the physical and
    • What happened was expressed at the time in the following way:
    • described and who together bring to expression the mental and
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    • by Rudolf Steiner, Anthroposophic Press, New York, 1973.]
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    • entire world; even as a finger (as I have often expressed it)
    • consisted, was elastic throughout. Wherever one pressed, one
    • ceased to press, the form restored itself.
    • space within, he only became aware of it when he pressed. And
    • the pupil was exhorted to press. He had the feeling that the
    • elastic, but plastic. When the pupil pressed this statue
    • other he defaced the statue by pressing it, and after something
    • blood, as if his blood were permeated with forces and pressing
    • experience of the whole inner man pressing against the surface
    • no violent or overwhelming impression upon him. They merely
    • that which later found such perfect expression in the opening
    • when he impresses the mark of his word on the outgoing breath.
    • impressed certain words that the human being speaks. Whilst
    • warmth, and accompanying the words that we impress upon the air
    • Majestic and powerful was the impression that the human being
    • a wonderful impression when we look at the picture Lamprecht
    • Mysteries, as these expressed themselves in the civilisation
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    • expression, although of course it is only a figure of speech to
    • expression of the Jealousy of the Gods. And then into this
    • expressed the great comfort they had received, and from this
    • was sought to express the spiritual in ideas. The sound of the
    • Light of the Spiritual Cosmos are brought to expression. I know
    • advancing wave of human progress that which was expressed in
    • spiritual impulses that have had their outward expression in
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    • stimuli of Goetheanism, if I may use the expression, this very
    • nevertheless, a discord of soul which is expressed in all kinds
    • and receiving sense-impressions, from that of looking inward
    • bring to expression in the corporeal what is in the soul. But
    • sense-reality. This is expressed in a very popular way, of
    • outer things make an impression upon us. First, we have
    • surrender passively to the impressions of the outer world, but
    • altogether not much more than our impressions from the outer
    • impression a man has of his life is diverted from the outer
    • memory-tableau, he has little impression of his physical
    • object, to express it philosophically. This is not the case when,
    • same inner force of free will to suppress again the
    • have expressions for these things you know. There is no
    • soul becomes deeper than zero silence, if I may express it so.
    • the special impressions of the spiritual world according to our
    • inner silence of soul we get the impression of the presence of
    • word to express something in the sense-world, so now we take
    • the yellow color to express this spiritual experience; or in
    • another case we might take a tone to express it. As we use
    • make use of sense-qualities and sense-impressions in speaking
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    • wake up in his sleep, if I may use that expression, he would not
    • phenomena of nature, and expressed this in his interpretation of
    • Ordering of Nature. We must press forward again to a Spiritual
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    • express in a few words the feeling of this working and
    • life is the expression of the thinking, feeling and
    • constellation of this starry world is an outward expression,
    • impression of the way in which our own soul-life is
    • no longer the feeling Goethe expressed when he said:
    • “Art must be the expression, the true expression, of
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    • is expressed in my book
    • Even if the expression is not altogether aesthetic, yet I may
    • grandeur possible. One can equally well express it as a law:
    • — I venture to use this radical expression —
    • expressed it grotesquely at the time by saying, if we became
    • spiritual beings, beings who merely express the nature of
    • really to rise up from below. The expression which Ludwig
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    • impossible to express the true attitude of man by saying;
    • this word “interest” something is expressed which
    • will learn that it is his duty to express not merely what he
    • cowardice. The German word gemut expresses in the
    • sympathy he expressed was not obtrusive or offensive. Those
    • instinctive condition, and that which we desire to express is
    • mental endowments. It should make a noteworthy impression
    • has been my task to express this in these lectures.
    • which I should like to express my farewell greeting to you,
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    • learning of the time and who expressed it in writing and orally
    • personality who immediately made a tremendous impression on
    • his hind pockets. The man who made such a grand impression on
    • had not yet expressed it on paper. Goethe received it in this
    • of Shakespeare, which we may express thus: I want to comprehend
    • age, as it was expressed in his immediate, and also in his more
    • takes part in one event, is wholly involved in it and expresses
    • express this contrast with all possible emphasis, was felt by
    • expressions as “Dearly beloved Friend,” and this, too, is
    • humorist, expressing it all from the same constitution of soul
    • decided impression, but not among those who then considered
    • longer suppress his yearning to go to Italy. So in the late
    • as the loftiest expression of the purely human.
    • Dubois-Reymond did not use this expression but what he says is
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    • youthful impressions according to the principle that, because
    • traced to these youthful impressions. To be sure, in his case
    • to the great God of Nature. How impressive and beautiful is
    • expressed in life by his organism.
    • expressed merely in the physical. It maintained the urge and
    • Since an external expression of the life of these revolutionary
    • it makes impressions on the physical body, they pass over
    • impressions of the external world. In Goethe's case, the
    • impressions are, of course, made upon the physical body, but
    • takes place when an impression is made on his physical body. If
    • that he has certainly not derived from external impressions but
    • way, so impresses us that we must sometimes say that we cannot
    • or could even know of it. Yet there it is expressed in
    • them at this very moment. Perhaps no impression would be made
    • most profound truths to expression in his Faust in
    • surmised. In regard to this, I have expressed myself in my book,
    • admittedly is closely related with Goethe's. It is expressed in
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    • nature. As I expressed it yesterday, he is put on a sort of
    • brings about another. If one expresses what I characterized
    • impressions. Because of this, he enters into more intimate
    • expressions of intelligence, but what stands out is that all
    • cannot suppress our astonishment that people are so amazed when
    • of wisdom. The phenomena of these unusual expressions of
    • his fellow men made an impression on him such as is made by one
    • compassion for the poor fellows — excuse the expression — who
    • express it in Faust. He dreamed this experience and in
    • consequence. Just think, if all men, to express it trivially,
    • flows through these ages and finally comes to expression in
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    • with the earthly thoughts that gave expression to the cosmic
    • of expressing itself according to the model of wisdom to be
    • cosmic significance. Many people might think that a depressing
    • but their profession, you will be able to form an impression of
    • pedagogical books that people express themselves on this
    • alone we have enough.” Thus, we can still make an impression on
    • expressed in an especially egotistic and philistine fashion.
    • come to bear a human impression. No matter how stupid it may
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    • Especially the unsatisfied and subsequently suppressed
    • however, she suppressed it — swallowed it, to use a trivial
    • expression — down into her soul. She lives on and fourteen
    • kind, and these symptoms are then diagnosed as an expression of
    • her suppressed anxiety about the incident earlier in her life.
    • disillusionments, suppressed appetites, ruined life plans, “the
    • the expression is disagreeable — is there, to be sure; but
    • however, only insofar as they come to expression in the posture
    • each other, much comes to expression that has to do with the
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    • is killed. This is an impressive karmic question — not
    • behind the scenes, as the expression goes, and one day — I
    • in order — well, I suppose to sound her out, as the expression
    • get somewhere, as the expression goes, believe they make a
    • try not to sleep through life — excuse the bald expression —
    • but rather look around ourselves. Let me express figuratively
    • suppressed by prejudice but is even forbidden by law. It is
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    • no longer impress gestures on us, but guide us on the way to a
    • — a comprehensive, approximate expression, but nevertheless
    • expression than that of the comparatively more advanced Western
    • That these things press upon us is not a mere assertion of mine
    • couch this more in our concepts, but Mill expressed
    • life would become ever more the “pressed caviar” of bourgeois
    • Chinese entity in which men will become the “pressed caviar” of
    • he expresses it, constant exclusion of general human interests
    • from life — so does Mill express the matter, and Herzen
    • prosperity. So did Mill and Herzen express themselves even in
    • he expressed by saying that we are not the physicians, but
    • — perhaps the thought can be better expressed with the English
    • “conglomerated mediocrity.” Herzen expressed this from a
    • forth what I myself believe, but that what I have expressed is
    • in opposition to it in the public press, designating it as a
    • produced along with such expressions as “unfathomable,” and
    • also give the impression that he is speaking from profound
    • in the press and public life against this occult knowledge as a
    • this with a certain disparaging expression) will have a less
    • impression that Mill and Herzen — read Herzen's book of 1864
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    • present considerations will impress us with their deeper and
    • expressed in the course a human life takes. We can learn much
    • certain harshness in the expression of his life. He was
    • dedicated the book to him, saying expressly in the dedication,
    • necessary to make a good impression on foreign visitors. As for
    • consciousness of the ego, so the author expresses it, as our
    • human soul and simply expresses in an emphatic way what in
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    • the soul brings about a suppression of the ego, a beclouding of
    • expressed through the fact that the human being disdains to
    • expressed confession but the inclination of the feeling nature
    • us to express ourselves now in words as it was possible in
    • express a disbelief in spirits when they are present, and this
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    • expressed in a magnificent image at the beginning of the Old
    • the archai, but they all express themselves in what the person
    • understand fully what I have just expressed, you must not allow
    • knowledge in a sentence you find expressed before 1887:
    • and intelligent book on expressionism and you will discover
    • to suppress the real Christ revelation and genuine spiritual
    • Darkness. In these speeches the opinion is expressed that any
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    • expression of the Good and of Helios, the physical Sun. Thus,
    • their thought structure, under the impression of these events
    • presses on to the reality, and only through spiritual science
    • deduction could be pressed further; why should it not be made
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    • impression of the physiognomy of your head and consider it,
    • take an impression but must proceed differently. Think away
    • profound significance. As the negative impression of the
    • secret inclination is expressed in these patterns. These
    • the other side see your sense impressions. You could look out
    • connection has been suppressed in real alarm. And only
    • because not everything can be suppressed, because Karma is
    • working against this suppression, have such works remained as
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    • best express it, than empty space. You need only seek the
    • particular kind of — if I may so express
    • 8). To a certain extent attached to this soul-light, pressing
    • in reality, ware only names, only expressions, abstractions
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    • tone, as really to give one the impression of inward truth
    • in one's pocket and went into the street, and then pressed on
    • Press in Berlin. It has never had books that were not sold.
    • it must be said, that the Anthroposophical Press at any rate
    • stamp-press turns out every day. One can really only find use
    • organism, and of recognising that they find expression in
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    • shape again; in order then — excuse the expression!
    • standpoint as was expressed in the words I used when we first
    • things that must find their expression in economic energies.
    • know, make a curious impression, if when we were talking —
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    • hardly perceptible impressions in the human self, such as those
    • undirected dreaming, even if it is impressive enough to
    • a human skeleton will know that what is expressed so
    • its outward expression, but this differentiation is also
    • ossification of the head a trivial outer expression of
    • the rocks of human evolution, however great the pressure
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    • has the impression that Schiller believed he could arrive at
    • which the constitution of the soul came to expression in art,
    • the last six years, for already before the war I expressed my
    • rejected the views expressed in his book, “Only
    • the inner soul life of man comes to expression in a quite
    • and which comes to expression most typically in the life of
    • expression quite differently in such people as the Italian or
    • bodies. What happens in the soul comes to expression in our
    • Only for special reasons would I ever break what is expressed
    • and at the will on the other, we bring to expression in the
    • are quite changed, he would express what he said, even in the
    • He not only expressed his impressions of the historical
    • knowledge of his time, but he also expressed something that
    • should come to be. What made an impression upon him was the
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    • if I may use a somewhat crude expression — we can no more
    • produce thoughts. The impression we get is more or less of our
    • experience the impression that these thoughts have to be
    • extent of having the impression that we are in a quite
    • that — to use an expression from chemistry —
    • to learn to suppress all this consciously.
    • whole life of our senses and of our soul has to be suppressed
    • enables us to suppress our organic activity also enables us in
    • what exists through heredity and impress our own organization
    • express this inability to know, this “not knowing,”
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    • the senses; here we receive our impressions. We call up again
    • the pictures of such impressions from our memories, often years
    • impression has been received by our soul, perhaps half
    • outer impression has been received by all kinds of feelings and
    • really only a transformed sense impression, which has
    • impressions of the senses, and also through the guidance given
    • the external impressions of the senses. These impressions are
    • and from it we receive living impressions. There remain
    • impressions, and we regard these thoughts rightly as shadowy.
    • degree of intensity for the soul than the impressions of the
    • with sense impressions are in a sense taken more passively by
    • man than are the immediate sense impressions.
    • soul experiences the impressions of the senses as a standard
    • observer of his own thought should really say: The expression,
    • impression to which the living attention of the soul can be
    • thought itself, without being dependent upon the impressions of
    • the experience of an external sense impression. Before,
    • impressions; now, through these exercises, which I call
    • as are sense impressions.
    • soul are diverted in a certain way from the sense impressions
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    • Naegeli, had to say. He expressed his view, which has become
    • expression — has a certain completeness.
    • I may use such an expression. And its content is derived
    • We address this self, we express it in one word, when after a
    • physiological aspects and leads from them to what he expresses
    • to his conception of the process of death, which he expressed
    • Into an “anthroposophy!” He uses the expression,
    • expression painfully in a way, and which has a kind of
    • expression of our spiritual being which begins at birth,
    • expressions but what he means is quite clear even without going
    • into what these expressions mean.
    • expression: “plunge into the abyss of
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    • Eurythmy, the Visual Expression of the Speaking Soul,
    • Eurythmy, the Visual Expression of the Speaking Soul,
    • man expresses himself in sound have been studied by a kind of
    • expression of Goethe. But in speech those inner movements,
    • to bring into expression, are arrested as they arise and are
    • That which comes into expression in speech, in song, in
    • which in music is expressed in tone is there and
    • then expressed by the movements of individuals. This visible
    • expressed the poetical content by the visible speech of
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    • (I will express it in popular phraseology) — to permeate
    • there is, always trying to press forward, what I want to call
    • expression of human nature. He wrote his Aesthetic letters,
    • the element of truth. That same element which is expressed in
    • produces something of this kind, all the ideas one expresses
    • expressly such heads — as Iagow Bethmann (Michaelis has,
    • behind, expresses itself quite strongly within the world. One
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    • of the Cosmos is finally, merely the expression of certain
    • perception, is merely the external sensible expression of a
    • far as we are dealing with a sense impression we always have
    • we stand too close to the external, pictorial expression of
    • beings, on the other hand, if we may so express it, could not
    • remained to us that inclination which indeed does not express
    • simply be an expression of these single individual human
    • simply an expression of this intellectuality, to completely
    • Confession, These are but different expression of what
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    • pressing necessity just at this time of bringing man what is
    • is true today must be expressed in accordance with the truth.
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    • pressure of external force is right: and deliberate
    • you to-day. In our day the Truth must be expressed in a way
    • all that works on into the future Truth must be expressed
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    • Greek can be called (although the expression is naturally
    • rather rough and ready, as such expressions always are
    • express such things) — this consciousness which the Greek
    • earth. If I may again express myself mystically, we traverse
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    • within the organs — if I may use this expression. The
    • heart is the outward expression of this; the movement reveals
    • the clock is simply an expression of what is happening
    • — it is the expression and nothing more. The heart is
    • expression of this whole system of movement.
    • development, has been stifled and suppressed for many long
    • that there is something oppressive, something rather coercive
    • expression ‘to have weight’ is drawn from the
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    • other seems to me to be the wish to express, represent or
    • age fitted for giving clearer expression to this artistic
    • about impressionism, expressionism, and so on — the
    • all the talk about things such as impressionism and
    • expressionism — than was the case earlier, when the
    • external impression, an external form — for example, a
    • vision to divine what form, what plastic impression, we have
    • which meet us in what is called expressionism get near this
    • does not come to expression in the human being but is killed
    • bring to visible expression what is thus perceived as a
    • expression in the whole form only in gesture which is then
    • of him. The other form we had to create in addition expresses
    • themselves impressionism, I believe we may perceive in all
    • What is accomplished, namely, that a suppressed vision is
    • subconscious without occasion for expression — the
    • rising conception that is actually a suppressed vision, seeks
    • expression of a legitimate longing, it will probably be
    • gives an impression of something welling up out of the light,
    • expresses something quite different in value from yellow
    • expressive into that of the inner perspective. It is quite
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    • bodily conditions and are not the expressions off,
    • idealistically, or makes his an Impressionist or
    • Expressionist, is not the important point. A certain
    • surrender to sense-impressions and to his own mental pictures
    • sense-impressions, must be completely suppressed and silent
    • presentation and perception are suppressed. When, therefore,
    • soul lives only in immediately present impressions, unmingled
    • own power, completely to disregard any impression from the
    • senses. All impressions of colours, sounds and the like are
    • The seer is able to eliminate everything that presses in upon
    • condition, he cannot eliminate certain impressions which come
    • such a condition, receives the same impressions from works of
    • impressions in moments when higher vision is not operating.
    • this question: If the seer must suppress the workings of the
    • ordinary way. Impulses of will come to expression in the
    • external world; no such expression must take place in
    • seership. Dervish customs and the like are not the expression
    • that expresses itself in forms of the world of space. The
    • seer realises: In everything that expresses itself in
    • willing — but it is a willing that expresses itself in
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    • impossible to express the true attitude of man by saying;
    • this word “interest” something is expressed which
    • will learn that it is his duty to express not merely what he
    • cowardice. The German word gemut expresses in the
    • sympathy he expressed was not obtrusive or offensive. Those
    • instinctive condition, and that which we desire to express is
    • mental endowments. It should make a noteworthy impression
    • has been my task to express this in these lectures.
    • which I should like to express my farewell greeting to you,
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    • them to have intercourse — if I may so express it —
    • impression of birth and death was something more self-evident
    • express it in the following way: Human beings became gradually
    • Perhaps I may express it in the following manner: He was now
    • perception. I should like to express in the following words
    • what He explained to them. I can express it merely in weak,
    • possibilities of expression, but I shall try to put it in the
    • permitted to use this expression. Certainly no special strength
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    • Hebrew people had originally come to expression; and if at any
    • documents, the impressions of the physical plane, to which the
    • the capacity for human reflection was developed and impressed
    • repressed, until the ego had been trained by the three bodies
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    • the external impressions of his consciousness are taken into
    • impressions. However, through this second process the higher
    • dilution — if I may express myself figuratively —
    • but — like a sealing wax impression in a signet —
    • distinct impression: When you want to see you have first to
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    • spanning the whole globe are indeed impressive. But when it
    • important questions and problems. When these press in upon us
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture II: Blood is a Very Special Fluid
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    • poetical expressions of a nation's soul. The poetic soul of a
    • which expresses a fundamental truth, is known as the Hermetic
    • expression of the spiritual world above it. The physical
    • but is a kind of physiognomic expression of the soul and
    • recognizes them as an expression of the soul and spirit
    • means that a person's soul impulses come to expression on the
    • to the fact that a thinker's facial expression always suggest
    • expression of the life of spirit behind it. It is the
    • physiognomic expression in the blood. Once the spiritual
    • pressing — especially educational problems involving not
    • category. This problem has become even more pressing since
    • and that this “above” comes to expression in the
    • impression made upon him when, as a small child, standing in
    • that makes it possible for the human soul to express its
    • signifies what today is expressed by the word
    • the above creates a physiognomic expression in the below as
    • individualizing comes about that which expresses itself as
    • attained. An “I” can express itself only in a
    • to expression in our blood. Likewise, all the results from an
    • consciousness is suppressed, for example under hypnosis or in
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    • view we find expressed at the start of the biblical story of
    • Testament the view expressed that there can dawn, within the
    • is expressed outwardly of what lives in another soul, perhaps
    • expression of suffering and pain is to be seen everywhere on
    • higher animals conveys deeply repressed pain.
    • mimicry of thinking as the expression of suppressed pain on a
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    • expresses the fact that what speaks is the soul's primordial
    • it was called the “inexpressible name of God —
    • “Pommerland” meant motherland. The expression
    • around him, even if not expressed. Here a person cannot
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    • expression of life insofar as it is bound up with the
    • ether body. This comes to expression as a gradual loss of
    • express it by saying that pure substances, which were
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    • have expressed himself differently.
    • tears, that is, the material expression of cheerfulness and
    • expression of the Earth-Spirit's sadness or cheerfulness. For
    • express the soul's intentions, the result is paralysis.
    • comes to expression, for the young person suffers from
    • twelve onwards. The preliminary signs are depression,
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    • as the expression of soul-spiritual universal life. Just as
    • the expression of the soul and spirit in human beings, when
    • the Power of imagination, impressed itself deeply into the
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    • earnest self-introspection. And indeed it expresses one of
    • they provide is the tool with which to express them. However,
    • express himself properly in the physical world, the new body
    • the ether bodies. The affinity expresses itself physically in
    • comes to expression as high ideals, beautiful hopes and
    • which at this time strive for expression. Nothing is worse
    • to expression as cultural interest and courage. One could
    • particular may find this division oppressive; not, however,
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XI: Who are the Rosicrucians?
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    • an expression of the spiritual world of which it is a
    • expressed as follows: Be truly part of the civilization and
    • physiognomic expression and recognize that the smile reveals
    • an expression of inner pain and sorrow. In other words, the
    • outer expresses the inner; through the physiognomy you
    • gesture of a hand, is the expression of a person's soul life,
    • nature is an expression of soul and spirit. Every stone,
    • express soul and spirit just as do shining eyes, a wrinkled
    • think they understand. As the human physiognomy expresses the
    • express the life of the Earth-Spirit. When you begin to read
    • presented as the purest and most beautiful expression of the
    • some knowledge of the matter, yet gave the impression that he
    • of Rosicrucian knowledge, expresses in his poem The Mysteries
    • roses” — what this expresses — has become one's
    • expressed by Goethe, which as watchword belong above the
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    • expressing what he discovered, or what he felt about plants
    • person believes he will discover finds expression through
    • these things comes to expression when he says: “I name
    • Beauty created by art should also express truth and
    • even when nothing is outwardly expressed. What a person
    • meaning, is aware that this legend expresses a spiritual
    • an integral part in performances, when music expressed what
    • the art of drama could not express, and eternal universal
    • laws were expressed through the rhythm of dance.
    • expressed movements in nature and movements of the stars. In
    • contributed, and what could not be expressed through words
    • on their own are incapable of expressing things of deeper
    • human feelings, but had no means of expressing impulses once
    • Wagner saw music as able to express the inner life, but
    • unable to convey what came to expression outwardly. Dramatic
    • wanted it not only to be an external expression of a soul's
    • expression. What he sought was a higher unity of Shakespeare
    • express what poetry by itself cannot express. Human nature
    • it. What poetry cannot express should be conveyed by
    • wisdom in Germanic legends comes to expression in Wagner's
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    • significance attached to the word Bible or to the expression,
    • could better or more beautifully express the inner feeling
    • expressed by saying: Do not ever stand still. Human beings
    • torment and depression. What is needed is the knowledge
    • how thou has glorified me!" These words expressed the
    • a new name, an initiation name that expressed a person's
    • innermost nature, expressed what the spiritual leader had
    • expressed characteristics of the astral body. If a person had
    • reached a higher level, the name would express
    • characteristics of the ether body. If it was to express
    • were related to the person and expressed his essential
    • characteristic was expressed in the name. When we ponder this
    • blowing, or rushing wind. The word Jahve expresses the inrush
    • the name Jahve is expressed the nature of the inrushing
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    • and impressive manner. This is perhaps the reason for the first part
    • And usually a lack of agreement is expressed in some kind of
    • assume that someone expresses his
    • Steiner expressed himself in the following way about this affair in
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    • forgive the materialistic expression, which is only used as a
    • eyes, first began to be receptive to the impressions of the
    • express this by saying that out of the former purely spiritual
    • the ruler, an expensive minister, as Carlyle expressed it. This
    • enable him to gain an impression of the gods' activity. In the
    • East-West contemplation, but expressed, I might say, more
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    • general expression for something which took place at
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    • Anthroposophic Press, New York. The imprint page states
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    • merely on the factual act, it means that something makes an impression
    • the impression from outside, which had at first really been in the ego
    • water, meets the astral body with all that which outer impressions are
    • It is a faithful impression of the physical, etheric, even of the astral
    • the outer impression (diagram). One can say in this direction (arrows
    • something tonight. It is also an impression. It occurs differently in
    • an impression. What has been communicated to you there, again wants
    • to salt (to pickle) right away all impressions, then you will have a
    • most, the impression penetrates the liquid (but it dissolves) and at
    • in the astral body, and perhaps makes, an impression into the ether
    • this shape-giving, would take a second for any impression (it is not
    • to expression through the four times faster beat of the blood circulation
    • which brings about the dissolving factor. What expresses itself in the
    • the impression is happening, four times an attack of dissolving is made
    • On the outside, it expresses
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    • — if I may express myself that way which now already stays alive
    • as it is expressed in the relation between respiration and pulse. Therefore,
    • (Dr. Steiner then expressed
    • expressed in the legend of the Grail, in the Parsifal legend, in all
    • a “spleeny”, depressive person — one without the will
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    • earlier Light Age, and they expressed the opinion that, after the Dark
    • a general vibration. One expressed it to oneself in the following way:
    • today is — if I may express myself that way — mineral light.
    • how it expresses itself in the temperaments; that one began to look
    • has the impression that in this older European medicine, one had retained
    • if I may express myself that way — something quite healthy, because
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    • we look back on the past, we tend to have the impression that
    • impression that it must be possible for us to intervene in the
    • century in an extraordinarily impressive way. And the
    • intellectuality in it, for it is expressly stated that he was a
    • we must never tire of impressing the following lines upon our
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    • there. But if we express it like that, we are naming a
    • made a deep impression on the beholder.
    • his riches, and to the vain man. And the impression this has on
    • the one hand, we receive impressions from the physical plane,
    • and on the other hand we receive impressions from the
    • from above. When we are given these impressions by the
    • de Stael expressed such an extraordinarily favorable opinion of it.
    • certain way Lucifer is in every expression of sympathy
    • and Ahriman in every expression of antipathy. By letting
    • (Spring Valley, N.Y.: Anthroposophic Press, 1972).
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    • impression on a headmaster.
    • successor was expressing about the school he knew so well. How
    • made no special impression on people, for they said, “We
    • correct divine principle is expressed right at the beginning of
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    • face of it look very dissimilar to what takes place compressed
    • (Hudson, N.Y.: Anthroposophic Press, 1986).
    • expressing itself. And unless this egotism is completely rooted
    • even expressly stated that impulses of free will come from the
    • and how it became compressed into the poem Parsifal:
    • people that found its expression in the popular romance
    • bound to arouse everyone's resistance, which would express
    • what Goethe then expressed just because it had accumulated
    • come to expression. But what kind of consciousness do
    • yield to necessity. There is no external pressure on the
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    • during sleep. Thus what is expressed in the word I is a
    • an expression of will through its effect on the body. This
    • (Hudson, N.Y.: Anthroposophic Press, 1986).
    • moonlight,” and so on, they expressed what they saw
    • slightest awareness of the impulses that come to expression in
    • resolve to get up will not make the slightest impression. This
    • is shouted at. And the impression he has is, “I am now in
    • mythological creation. Ziehen expresses himself a little more
    • Ziehen continues to express himself cautiously, and does not
    • in its purest form with the Christ impulse is expressed in the
    • significant truth of this fact. The I expresses the
    • inner urge that comes to expression as a longing.
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    • of recently-born children. It is an expression of soul which
    • melancholy expression seen in our youngest children, in their
    • acquire the sense for the expression, the physiognomy, of
    • feeling for the picture expressed by the noun has been so
    • expressed in speech. What then is the right really, taken
    • impressively given in abstract words. And as for the
    • when the expression “sentient soul” is employed.
    • eurhythmic expression of the strong feeling of self when
    • words comes to expression. And men can find their way back to
    • within this trinity must impress itself more and more on
    • considerably. What comes two expression in the sixth, and
    • even what the seventh expresses, must already be unfolding in
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    • interpenetrated not with thoughts abstractly expressed but
    • life is not to be expressed in abstract thoughts. One should
    • express oneself through pictures. The life of Imagination in
    • impress of a subconscious in the character of peoples that is
    • I described, comes to expression in what a child carried into
    • expressed between man and man, should we, as men, not be able
    • discuss the pressing demands of the present-day social
    • should always, as we think, be expressed in plain words. But
    • ourselves understood and express things in language. So it is
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • impressive in other ways, for most of the things discussed are treated
    • truth, this is in fact undeniably right. And when anyone expresses the
    • was concerned and not the tail. Now in this he was wanting to express
    • man and animal. This is outwardly expressed by the organisation of the
    • I once expressed this morphologically in a different way drawing your
    • pressing towards a time when consciousness will become a mere reflection,
    • to use Mephistopheles' expression from Faust — Ahriman
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    • develop by belief, and the enhancement of belief that is expressed in
    • expressed that a divine will exists holding sway over the world, and
    • no longer receive shock from the impression of an immediately experienced
    • passing will be suppressed. What is suppressed, however, what is not
    • he suppresses this. What it then represents can be something quite different.
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    • foresee—will be shattering to mankind, are the expression of how
    • of Nature. But now, when one presses on to knowledge, when one trains
    • pressing on so that they come to this change. I am speaking in Imaginations,
    • your feet on the ground. And this pressure of your feet against the
    • an erudite expression, a pedantic expression—we lack the subject,
    • illnesses of the present time are the expression of this longing holding
    • up to where man stands there in the world, and you can press on to your
    • want, what is your own opinion, should come just as little to expression
    • of investigation into what is spiritual cannot find expression through
    • us to overcome. For life is such that it expresses itself in a twofold
    • way. And because it expresses itself in a twofold way one can always
    • since the world has this dual form of expression.
    • Things will not be helped by the attitude expressed, for example, by
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    • With the help of the old mode of expression, we might say that while
    • and astral body force ourselves—if I may express it thus—through
    • more closely. It may be asked what actually comes to expression in this
    • must always be expressed with exactitude.
    • largely holds men back from pressing forward to Spiritual Science is
    • any blue or red surface, then we shall feel that man when expressing
    • the earth as the human physical body, is only the outward expression
    • employs what is grossly material, it is difficult to make any impression
    • which way a man thinks. How a man thinks is expressed in the whole of
    • to press on to Spiritual Science. In everyday life, however, this narrow-mindedness
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    • expressed in a more or less masked way, the reality clothing itself
    • of the Jahve God is expressed in the great and powerful tragedy of the
    • expresses it (and we can apply the same expression though it is not
    • sought to come on, to press on to man.
    • to the complicated relation of the south, which could only be expressed
    • But Goethe clearly expresses that it is not possible to remain at the
    • is at the same time scientific. But this is also expressed from another
    • Lily, take everything about the re-birth of man expressed in this
    • to press on to what was living in Goethe's mind, then, my dear friends,
    • snake and the Beautiful Lily, where we shall find expressed the
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 6: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation
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    • anything expressible in language, but rather in the feelings, in the
    • impression he made upon his age. There is nothing here, not even the
    • this fragment there was expressed something of the very greatest that
    • when Goethe set himself to express what was greatest he never brought
    • the one hand impressive, deep, powerful, on the other hand though finished
    • bear the last impression of the intellectual age of the old Hebrew approach
    • within men is my being, from this human being I seek to press on to
    • was unable to finish just those works in which he wished to express
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    • impressions, our feeling-world, a certain inclination, we could
    • you may get used to certain impressions as the anthroposophic
    • expression of the inner soul experiences and soul activity of
    • soul will express itself in the direct contrary situation, how
    • your outer expression changes each time as a result of what
    • other than expressions for souls, we may call them, which live
    • physically similar sense impressions, only these are not
    • expresses simultaneously all the similarities of the astral
    • say, similar bad habits. These bad habits will express
    • formations, thickenings expressed in the astral body. The
    • exercise pressure in all directions in the astral body. When a
    • wise but do not know love. However these expressions of the
    • impressions in him- or herself, namely a differentiated world
    • will recognise principally two nuances of feeling expressed in
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    • one has the impression, that ever new experiences of
    • more significant than each impression and suchlike. These are
    • through Goethe's statements, as expressed in letters directed
    • which he expressed in his work and particularly in his
    • If not so much misuse of the expression “unconscious
    • Exactly that which I express now, applies in a particular
    • expressing the connection between humanity and the almighty
    • world powers. The sign of the macrocosm expresses the world as
    • thus, through this idea, express everything which has been thus
    • an idea which was not fully expressed, to once again bring it
    • rather than expressing riddles in a pure and strong way and
    • expresses itself clearly within Faust's soul, cannot grasp what
    • fulfilment into expression and to revelation. When both
    • in Mephistopheles and came to expression when Mephistopheles
    • character, bringing Faust to a poetic expression. In 1790 he
    • self knowledge is expressed in a yet higher sense. It links to
    • expressed in his nature observation, led Faust into the wide
    • made an extraordinary impression on me when I read a critique
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    • expressed theoretically is that anthroposophic occult science
    • only, I can say, do you find this expressed often in
    • expression means a great deal, even much more so for the
    • particular distrust in the expression “self-knowledge,” as it
    • appearing as if squeezed, pressed together. The aura in this
    • self-contemplation, what we express in our astral body —
    • What kind of rule in human nature will now express its
    • characteristics in the astral body? Something is expressed from
    • sure when you enter into that expression which works for
    • Knowledge, as expressed in the ether body, we find when we
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    • development of humanity. The very shape of the building impresses you
    • circle complete, covered with hemispheres equally incomplete, expresses
    • it. The very predominance of the two domes conveys an impression to
    • is symbolically expressed in the structural forms, it means that in
    • expression of the organic forms of nature. But nothing of that kind
    • expressed in forms without any transition though the symbolical.
    • by. An organic structural thought should express whether a motive is
    • that everything shall absolutely and truthfully express what it actually
    • whole form into your feeling, they will be to you,the expression of
    • out, but of feeling the heavy pressure of the overhanging weight of
    • all the weighty pressure of the whole Building, you will then feel this
    • curve is expressed exactly as it should be: while at the same time you
    • only feeling one has. But here in every surface and line should he expressed
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    • the impression that one gets, is, that here is an enclosure that in
    • possible to receive this particular impression that I have to emphasise.
    • the Building is an attempt to express the idea which has inspired the
    • can be seen. This inner law whose workings can be seen has been expressed
    • That is what we chew here. That is the truth which expresses the life
    • in all the ideas expressed in this Building. Whereas elsewhere one finds
    • This is the main impression produced by our Building that it indicates
    • have given a false meaning to that which this building is meant to express,
    • this Building gives the impression from the outside, “here within
    • that is expressed in the pillars, the thing that is expressed in the
    • life, which we never could express in ordinary life. The performer of
    • expression of all that has been expressed in the capitals and architraves
    • the Building to express in every form of truth that I have again and
    • an expression of the whole.
    • the material. The conception of building must give expression to the
    • matter of fact expresses what is necessary to humanity for the future.
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    • — this was even so in the most brilliant period — to express
    • heights of pictorial art have been reached in striving for expression
    • expression, yet the time has come when a spiritualization of our cosmic
    • Blue, for instance will always help if we wish to express movement,
    • red will always help if we wish to express physiognomy. But what I mean
    • would come to expression. And we do not fully perceive this interchange
    • it is intended to be, it must in a certain sense, bring to expression,
    • The spiritual is essentially brought to expression in the forms of the
    • is painted in the domes. The paintings in the domes express to a certain
    • out for something else, as not really giving expression to that which
    • or I or Ego. In the whole Building you find nothing anywhere expressed
    • invisible appeared, that which expressed by mere symbols, by what had
    • my expression Faust-figure. The main thing is that in the whole composition
    • this figure expresses what the spirit of .the age in that very epoch
    • produces in the seeking man. You see it brought to expression especially
    • it expressed in the whole gesture of the figure. That we are reminded
    • Hero you see the seeking man, who to-day is under the impress, under
    • lightly expressed in the abstract, the law of our time. When I tell
    • is just what must be overcome. There are many more elementary impressions
    • to express in this countenance with its adequate colour what is possible
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    • to express this homage, for the folk think that Faust, as son
    • mode of expression; what was to be shown was put into
    • technical expression; just as modern chemistry has its
    • seeks to come nearer that towards which he is being pressed
    • well-being find expression. Goethe purposely chooses
    • in Faust, is clearly enough expressed in the above four
    • Its modes of expression, however, continued for a
    • a deep impression it makes upon us when we picture it
    • clever explanation referred to is expressed in the words:
    • recently expressed as follows: We have this nature-force but
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    • of this kind has naturally made no small impression on those
    • expresses how the witch-souls and the souls belonging to the
    • face’ — a wonderfully vivid expression, for it is
    • does not wish to go through the experience with a suppressed
    • impressive — and the red mouse becomes Gretchen. The
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    • expression of deep knowledge. To help us to a full
    • impressions of Spiritual Science. Hence his language has
    • impression was needed that personalities such as his could
    • produce. He often expressed himself strangely and in paradox
    • Fichte, who had at that time to express the truth in abstract
    • hand, those who had been strongly impressed by Fichte might
    • then expressed — though without being understood by his
    • Thus Schelling and Hegel sought to press through to absolute
    • luciferic. He does not use these particular expressions but
    • this reason he makes his Mephistopheles expressed itself
    • Paracelsus expressly assures us that by means of certain
    • no body — mark that, please. Paracelsus expressly says
    • old expression — and a very good one. Just as one grows
    • expression, to ‘become young’ meant to ‘be
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    • him to bring to expression in his “Faust” this
    • its special impress and had its appointed place.
    • suggestive power. This is clearly expressed. These
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    • Initiates — desired to express through the
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    • Invocation Scene — forgive the trite expression, I do
    • this politician found occasion to express himself about the
    • suppress absolutely everything that resounds from any other
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    • “Faust” its most outstanding expression.
    • impression, one's ideas acquire an added truth. This feeling
    • about our surroundings, because, if I may so express it, the
    • permitted to express it rather strongly — “Now
    • Goethe presents it all so faithfully that, while to express
    • have put on a very sceptical expression — very
    • impressive, heart-stirring language they speak! And yet,
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    • science will be widened, it will press on over further and
    • personality who took it upon himself to impress upon you that
    • Mephistopheles. The Lamiae express rather what belongs to
    • Here you have, fully expressed by Goethe
    • On the one hand relationship is expressed, on the other we
    • express what he wishes to say, and he suggests infinitely
    • does not admit of being openly expressed and directly
    • anyone express more clearly that he is neither idealist not
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    • until Councillor Buttner expressed his need of the apparatus,
    • used to express their visible effects. The same principle
    • hypothesis is expressed here nor any theory — merely
    • the right way, so that they express themselves according to
    • impression made by modern natural science. But it is a
    • depressingly like those of rulers and cabinet ministers.”
    • firends, such questions are often asked under the impression
    • express in words anything as serious as what was put before
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    • have the visible expression of it. To say, in a pantheistic
    • expressed in works of art was part of all that is creative in
    • us. He expresses it through Proteus who says finally: Even
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    • can with its pictorial quality impress even the simplest
    • they know something of what is expressed in the Kabiri
    • echoed in his own feeling. He expresses all this by making
    • may express myself in dull, theoretical fashion, we shall
    • skull bones. There he stopped, for he could not press on to
    • beautifully expresses it in this book, nature becomes
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    • wisdom — achieves harmonic expression.
    • moments of life, cannot press forward to knowledge of man, to
    • in which actually (forgive the trivial mode of expression) a
    • may so express it, by what comes from above out of the
    • taken up into the spiritual world. This is expressed also in
    • springs from the relationship of two forces, the one pressing
    • there clearly express what we actually are, when we hurry
    • expressed with tremendous depth in Goethe's Faust.
    • expressed in the last scene of my first Mystery Play,
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    • active, they express themselves — albeit not in theories,
    • what actually expresses itself of the inner being of man in
    • overcome this pain. For it is this pain which is the expression
    • the whole of nature which makes an impression on us, is
    • connected with the rising sun, with all the impressions one has
    • is there in that which expresses itself so clearly in the
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    • expression as people then imagined they had heard.
    • legitimate expression for this is the human “I,”
    • to gender, bequeath it into an expression of disease and
    • but through the suppression of the “I” through
    • the Ten Commandments. Reference is made [to] what you express
    • expression of wisdom this is within world guidance.
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    • bread, treads me with their feet,” is an expression for
    • as in physiognomy, is an outer expression of an inner life.
    • Mephistopheles, could be expressed. As a result this spirit,
    • be an expression of spirit and soul, just so no earthquake, no
    • of nature, and the earth itself become an expression of the
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    • comprehensively, and seek to express its attitude with regard
    • comprehensive expression are balanced by equally
    • impression made by this great advance in the domain of
    • derive the sensations expressing themselves in such words
    • sensation expressed in the words ‘I see red,’ we have before us
    • and he begins to receive quite consciously impressions of the
    • mysteries, this is expressed in the words, “Man sees the
    • expression is given within the human, or animal organism, the
    • fitted for receiving the external corporeal expression
    • an expression of Feuerbach, if rightly conceived, proclaims
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    • found expression in the Mohammedan religion, while on the other
    • to find expression in the course of earthly evolution could
    • never have come to expression in the fullest sense: I mean the
    • was to arise, which, if it found extreme expression, would lead
    • his religious faith, and expressing it in this wise: ‘I am
    • stream. While at the rising stream — pressing forward as
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    • souls of the peoples of Europe. And he expressed deep regret that
    • world-machinery which can be expressed in terms of mathematics.
    • been compressed and then released again, as if a sphere had undergone
    • we must press forward to this cosmic wisdom, to the knowledge that the
    • two poles. There is the head-life and the life that expresses itself
    • rather represent the damping-down and suppression of life which is
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    • presentation, a damped-down, suppressed life, a declining life is
    • sense-impression pleases us, another displeases us. Feelings also
    • impressions made upon us by this world of sense. Now when we pass into
    • longer make any impression upon us, for this must be done via the
    • he enters more automatically into what he will have to express later
    • automatically, and out of passions and instincts express love for our
    • folk and our language. The former conditions never come to expression
    • true and inward love for race and language expresses itself naturally,
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    • spirit-and-soul before birth expresses itself in this bodily life.
    • previous incarnations he could have brought to expression. If,
    • how to bring it to expression in life. Abstract theories are really of
    • seemed to you to be the direct expression of violent, elemental
    • Everything was compressed into a few short years. Events like those of
    • world of Europe, expressing itself in many different forms. When we
    • physical, contributed to this repression of the Spiritual. For they
    • culture of the West. And at the same time when this repression of the
    • which man brings to expression in his life on the physical Earth comes
    • On this note, then, we will conclude. Let me express to you my
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    • sturdily built for his age, with red cheeks and expressive eyes,
    • so strongly impressed by his encounter with the boy that he wanted
    • lofty and valiant outlook, expressed in free and outspoken language.
    • and it was this acquired knowledge of men which found expression
    • in the Cathedral at Zurich, must have carried away this impression.
    • grasp the impression which the Swiss environment, the Swiss
    • acquires a political expression; everything is so conceived that
    • which made a strong impression upon him. He formed a deep
    • form of spiritual expression which he sought as his object in life.
    • to enter formed the impression that Fichte's manners, which then
    • message from Jena. The impression made there by Fichte's
    • in another made the impression of a man striving, especially in his
    • his hearers made many of them uneasy, but at the same time impressed
    • attack was pressed home. The enemy never afterwards let go their
    • lived, lectures of an impressive character; subsequently he was
    • as he expressed it — Napoleon.
    • after his downfall, Napoleon expressed himself as follows:
    • right in the feeling he expressed in a letter to Goethe on 21st June,
    • Goethe once also, by the way, expressed very aptly his relationship
    • people. This spirit found here, it is true, only such expression as
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    • So it is perhaps no overstatement if we express the following view:
    • Christmas, of the Three Kings, was an expression of the consonance of
    • translated by A.C. Harwood, Rudolf Steiner Press, London.
    • significance. These word; express what people sensed in the most
    • hope in anticipation of that World-Easter-mood which is to express the
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    • descriptions to give expression to what shines out to us from such a
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    • Most impressive is the
    • could not help being impressed by its marvelous composition. Let us
    • have expressed it, is trivial, it is as though one were to say, “Why
    • the beginning of thy clairvoyance.” What I have just expressed
    • outer edge of cosmic being,” — the very expression I once
    • expression of a deep occult truth. Let us assume that someone really
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    • express his experience he would say, “When I look out into the
    • world around me I receive impressions through my senses. These
    • impressions can be combined by the intellect, whose organ the brain
    • aside impressions from another world enter. Into all the experiences
    • sense impressions of this world of ours but even our feelings and
    • only make that discovery in the third realm. Arjuna's impressions,
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    • gradually the epoch of self-consciousness. What kind of impression
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    • no less profoundly expressed. Then it is said, “You see, it is
    • materializing what I have expressed in words. No one would dream of
    • taking the diagram for the reality. It is the same when we express
    • I say expressly the
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    • expression, it was enough to give one the creeps. It was one
    • understand that the external expressions themselves, the outer forms
    • expression that belong to the feeling, the mood, the mental habit of
    • is the same, the form of expression is different. Whoever would stop
    • tamas as “darkness.” Such things truly express the source
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    • impression is that of a surface not too brilliant, illuminated in
    • A rajas impression is
    • withdraws into his own bodily life. He lives in impressions of tamas.
    • external nature a rajas impression would be that of a moderately
    • surface would represent a tamas impression. Where man looks out into
    • free heavens appears to him, the impression he gains is none other
    • attached. They depend on the joy of action, on the impression action
    • expressed by St. Paul, “Not I, but Christ in me.” “I”
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    • carried through in the right way. Sense-impressions become merely a
    • and other sense-impressions. He lives within this world of
    • sense-impressions. At the moment when Initiation is to enter a certain
    • is with all sense-impressions. Whereas previously they were in
    • in themselves but a means of expressing what he wants to say in his
    • themselves; for the Initiate they become the means of expressing what
    • expressions have a valid meaning and can be rendered somewhat as
    • physical plane he lives in his sense-impressions and in the ordinary
    • an expression of the sense of touch, ceases, and the person feels as
    • all impressions of the senses — with everything for which the
    • impressions. And he knows that he consists of nothing but these
    • experiences of inner impressions. For in reality there exists nothing
    • but these experiences, these inner impressions. As soon as a person
    • falls asleep, when all impressions cease, he normally falls into
    • unconsciousness. This means that he lives in his impressions.
    • Now he overcomes these impressions of ordinary life; he knows he has
    • meant by the expressions used.
    • described. Nothing makes an impression on him, but he is everything
    • himself. The only impression that remains is at the most that of
    • impression on him, nothing like that remains. Either he is something
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    • first the impression that in the spiritual world these souls — of
    • It makes a terrifying impression to perceive how during certain
    • Pressing forward to the boundaries of Death”, the
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    • an expression for spiritual facts and for the meeting with spiritual
    • They were powerful impressions that the initiates of Zarathustra
    • received in this way. And in receiving them as an expression of the
    • at the same time within this Being. And the first impression that the
    • conveys the soul from death to a new birth; and when there presses
    • tongue can express them only in a stammering way) — these
    • such a form that through the inner significance it expresses it can be
    • expressed. these experiences otherwise than by saying something like
    • expressed her powerlessness to bring forth the Cosmic Word and the
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    • impression made on Egyptian souls when in the course of their
    • let us express in a readily understandable picture something that is
    • that it originated from experiences that the aspirant could express
    • in the depths of the Mysteries finds expression in the most varied
    • through the Sentient Soul. And the persons who expressed the transit
    • the astral body which expressed themselves for the seer in pictures of
    • impression received was different from the impressions made upon the
    • life of the universe and received its impressions. This sank into our
    • once looked out into the universe and received spiritual impressions
    • in the same way as they now receive impressions of colours and sounds.
    • because their souls have forgotten those former impressions of the
    • impressions they once absorbed do not penetrate into modern
    • consciousness. This is the disturbing impression received to-day by
    • and good an impression as he can have also of its opposite, through
    • Grail. These things must needs find expression in pictures, but in
    • pictures that correspond to realities; they cannot be expressed in
    • the Grail legend through Amfortas is an expression of that pact. For
    • see, expressed in a wonderfully dramatic form, all that the most
    • expression to many deep secrets of human nature in the
    • Intellectual Soul had to go through; and all that finds expression in
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    • Rosicrucians as the ‘Inexpressible.’ A body, in
    • universe. By virtue of this inexpressible, incommunicable self, man
    • Joph, meaning God, Nature, Man; or again, the inexpressible
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    • expression of etheric man, sees something very different. At the
    • expressed by the races actually existing on the Earth. The higher
    • ancestor, whose higher development comes to expression in man.
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    • love. Ancient Greek mythology expresses this reality when it speaks of
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    • impression of dazzling red and of powerful sound. Currents of cold
    • evoked the impression of shades of green and blue, silvery, rippling
    • expressed in the words of
    • peasants who are labouring at the harvest in the oppressive heat of
    • appears and oppresses man during his sleep. The reversed Lord's Prayer
    • in regard to the ideas we find expressed in Nature. They must have
    • The physical world is the expression of wisdom incarnate, divine
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    • ‘inexpressible,’ the human self and the divine self.
    • leaves an indelible trace which is, furthermore, impressed like a seal
    • body becomes much more sensitive and impressionable because it is no
    • him wisdom which remained as a powerful, lasting impression. When he
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    • Brotherhoods and that it was the popular expression of the secret
    • The marriage at Cana expresses one of the most profound mysteries of
    • wine and intoxication. (Bacchus is the popular expression of the God
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    • are expressed by plant and animal forms. When man begins to behold his
    • also the impression of being immersed in fire — Gehenna or
    • materialists is a true expression of the subjective state of man after
    • without a physical body. Death gives rise, at first, to the impression
    • In cases of violent death and of suicide, the impressions of
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    • example, is of a bluish hue. But so many impressions coming from
    • the twelve petals begin to move. They express the sacred quality of
    • poem, Die Geheimnisse, which expresses the ideal of the Rosicrucians.
    • We find these virtues expressed again in signs and symbols, for
    • expressed in the symbol of the Rose Cross and the twelve Companions.
    • been founded by seers. The astral world expresses itself through them
    • Mysteries. At the same time they were expressed in poetry and
    • expressed at the beginning of the Gospel of St. John), of which the
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    • Sleep that is filled with dreams is an expression of astral
    • fell with the Sun in the sign of the Bull, a fact expressed in the
    • the Twins and we find this expressed in the cosmogony of the very
    • Devas; they are an expression of the forms of Devachan.
    • a conscious expression of the transfigured soul of man. Creative works
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    • symbols. The words of human language are only adapted to express the
    • first faint glimpses of Devachan give the impression of a sky streaked
    • express the passage of the Sun through the Zodiacal constellations.
    • — were the expressions of heavenly ciphers.
    • terminology we speak of this Record as the astral impression of all
    • — Akasha. Events on Earth impress themselves into this akashic
    • in the Middle Ages in the Grail stories which give expression to
    • develop what is always expressed in occultism by a female figure.
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    • very remote period when expression through speech, that is to
    • say, expression in articulate sounds, first became possible. This was
    • the age when man began to walk upright, for speech and the expression
    • germ and when man merely received from external objects impressions
    • The change from outer to inner activity of soul is expressed by a
    • hieroglyph. This is the sign of Cancer in the Zodiac, expressing a
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XIV: The Logos and Man
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    • his impressions from a milieu which he perceives very distinctly
    • 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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    • expressions. Try to conceive a plant in super physical existence,
    • stage has come, these bodies will be a fit expression of the Logos.
    • primordial being comes to expression in the ‘I,’ the Ego.
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    • expression its complementary aspect; seen through an emerald it would
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    • ‘inexpressible’ or ‘unutterable’ mysteries. We
    • activity comes to expression at the point where the nerves give rise
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    • multitude and expressed in the religions. The same applies to
    • laws of evolution slowly come to expression. At first, man has
    • feelings, will find expression in the outer world and become his
    • when man's very features express his karma, human beings will divide
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    • Christian mystics so often expressed in profound and
    • whole inner man is expressed in a luminous form. This is the
    • to all sense impressions. Nothing must be able to disturb
    • appearance, to a greater or lesser extent, an expression of
    • ancestor. However, everything within the child expresses
    • to expression. Finally the individual emerges and the
    • physiognomy becomes an expression of the individual soul,
    • physiognomy takes on the imprint, or the expression of the
    • inner man. An immature person expresses little of the power
    • the pictorial expression for what I have just said. It
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    • initiation. In his body, this is expressed by the feeling
    • suffering of the world. This too finds expression in the
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    • Theosophical University Press. Pasadena, California, 1971.]
    • the expression, “The Occult One”. What is a human
    • expressed at first on the astral plane as a picture. When a
    • basically, equally valid expressions of the highest
    • express it by calling the skeleton the exterior; water, the
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    • A person came in, made a deep impression upon him, spoke a few words,
    • of man's being, which comes to expression in a name different
    • Hebrew Initiates spoke of the “inexpressible name of God”,
    • auric light streaming around it. This is the outer form of expression
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    • light and sound are for ever closed to her, she retains an impressive
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    • immediate impression. But although the picture itself vanishes, something
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    • expression to these facts.
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    • birth, things change; only then can the child receive impressions from
    • etheric body begins to be free to receive impressions from outside, and
    • his sense-organs. All the impressions they receive from the outer world
    • impressions. How grateful Goethe must have been to his mother for telling
    • it is just this that must depress a man and rob him of all hope. But
    • lives. If it depresses me to think that I have deserved my present destiny,
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    • discover the fundamental one. These four temperaments express themselves
    • body acquires during one life comes to expression in the physical body
    • spiritual life, can later express themselves in physical life. There
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    • Both attitudes depend on the etheric body and may even find expression
    • external objects making an impression on him — they were purely
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    • Form-conditions, expressed as 777 in occult script. In that script, 7 in
    • have always expressed themselves with caution and have given only hints;
    • gave expression to this in the ancient symbol of the Cross, saying,
    • and under pressure would have experienced pain. And man in the animal
    • first time what our early forefathers expressed quite simply in names,
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    • pressed the powers of nature into their service; their dwellings were
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    • to express what he heard in this way, he would embody it in a sound
    • of marble and impressed on it his own stamp. He formed his own gods,
    • world, the fourth impressed the spirit itself on the world. Art, the
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    • in the physical world; that is how impressions from higher worlds pass
    • express. So he learns gradually to spell out, as it were, the soul-world.
    • have opened their eyes to subtle and inwardly significant impressions.
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    • to do only what the outer world demands of him. He must even suppress
    • expresses symbolically a higher truth is gradually rejected. This is
    • worst fanatics for dogmas. The dogma of materialism is much more oppressive
    • culture must embody a certain pattern which will give expression to
    • lost; it must learn again how to give external expression to its inner
    • everywhere. Yet this strange expression is literally true.
    • receives a continual stream of sense-impressions and allows them all
    • concentrate on a single sense-impression for a specified number of minutes
    • and blind to all sense-impressions; he must turn away from them and
    • derive from sense-impressions. We have to form them for ourselves —
    • If in the morning, before other impressions have entered the soul, you
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    • becomes an illusion unless we look on it as an expression of the Divine.
    • may be a symbol of coquetry. The symbols may actually be expressed in
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    • insight that every pathological characteristic also expresses itself
    • brought to it today. What the etheric body impresses upon it is not
    • if we want to find the impression of the astral body upon the
    • But whether the sense impressions will be grasped appropriately by
    • the other parts in a normal fashion. If not, the sense impressions
    • become dim. And in the same measure that the sense impressions fade,
    • the thoughts become livelier. Sense impressions can appear almost
    • people is flowing away; their sense impressions have something misty
    • more colored, almost as if they were sense impressions
    • becomes “senseless.” Sense impressions in general fade
    • impressions becoming vague and the thoughts highly colored.
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    • than a very special kind of impression from the outer world. Here we
    • gradually diminishes up to the change of teeth. A sense impression is
    • recognized. To a child the sense impression is something entirely
    • Only invisible spiritual beings make an impression on the child,
    • impressing themselves into the soul-life. So what a young person does
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    • impressions but brings out every possible gem from his speech
    • sense impressions were in a certain sense stimulated from within. The
    • receive inner impressions of it. People with pathological conditions
    • stifles the expression of the astral body and ego. They are hemmed in
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    • subsequent life expressed foremost (in a wide sense) in the head
    • genius that has to come to expression. One branch of the stream flows
    • parallel in a kind of life-fantasy that is not expressed externally
    • which expresses itself through the anxiety demons, is the vehicle for
    • certain ideas can be expressed in this abstract way, but they remain
    • one is able to express a view of the world and of life in a way that
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    • seeing, hearing, and the other sense activities are suppressed. At
    • previously. One can think such thoughts as we are expressing here,
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    • influence of materialism. Often today people express their
    • expression of the individual human life on earth. Here, then, we have
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    • expression, veiling the facts so that no one would understand them
    • would express. After initiates have attained a Christ-consciousness
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    • essential is expressed when it is said: The flame of offering belongs
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    • insight that every pathological characteristic also expresses itself
    • brought to it today. What the etheric body impresses upon it is not
    • if we want to find the impression of the astral body upon the
    • But whether the sense impressions will be grasped appropriately by
    • the other parts in a normal fashion. If not, the sense impressions
    • become dim. And in the same measure that the sense impressions fade,
    • the thoughts become livelier. Sense impressions can appear almost
    • people is flowing away; their sense impressions have something misty
    • more colored, almost as if they were sense impressions
    • becomes “senseless.” Sense impressions in general fade
    • impressions becoming vague and the thoughts highly colored.
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    • in the ordinary human being. There's a trivial expression, but it's
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    • than a very special kind of impression from the outer world. Here we
    • gradually diminishes up to the change of teeth. A sense impression is
    • recognized. To a child the sense impression is something entirely
    • Only invisible spiritual beings make an impression on the child,
    • impressing themselves into the soul-life. So what a young person does
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    • impressions but brings out every possible gem from his speech
    • sense impressions were in a certain sense stimulated from within. The
    • receive inner impressions of it. People with pathological conditions
    • stifles the expression of the astral body and ego. They are hemmed in
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    • subsequent life expressed foremost (in a wide sense) in the head
    • genius that has to come to expression. One branch of the stream flows
    • parallel in a kind of life-fantasy that is not expressed externally
    • which expresses itself through the anxiety demons, is the vehicle for
    • certain ideas can be expressed in this abstract way, but they remain
    • one is able to express a view of the world and of life in a way that
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    • continue to use the expression. This process takes place in the
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    • seeing, hearing, and the other sense activities are suppressed. At
    • previously. One can think such thoughts as we are expressing here,
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    • influence of materialism. Often today people express their
    • expression of the individual human life on earth. Here, then, we have
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    • expression, veiling the facts so that no one would understand them
    • would express. After initiates have attained a Christ-consciousness
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    • our ideas, impressions and perceptions, yet in no way coincides with
    • the pale and shadowy impressions which any modern language makes upon
    • bearers; and that warmth, air, water are only the outer expressions,
    • the means of expression for moving, weaving spirit which, during the
    • this elementary substance is only the expression of a spiritual. Let
    • manifests something, expresses itself outwardly, phenomenally; and
    • quickens itself inwardly; then we have what expresses the meaning of
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    • expresses; and we only succeed in doing that if out of our spiritual
    • tohu alone would suffice to express this tendency to push
    • signify? It expresses the very opposite of what I have just
    • by the letter Bet, expresses what you would get if you
    • pondering. What the Elohim ponder is expressed by
    • looked like is expressed in the phrase tohu wabohu; it could
    • be expressed by a picture such as I have given you, as streams
    • of the two complexes — the one expressed as ha'arets,
    • expressed by haschamayim, but haschamayim is the
    • are external expressions of spiritual Beings. It would not be quite
    • expression of the physical, and certain other parts as the expression
    • use of a remarkable phrase to express the relationship of this
    • We are expressing what is left after haschamayim has been
    • the outward expression, the expression made by its passage through
    • to describe what is taking place? One cannot more fittingly express
    • leading up to — that it was the cosmic Word expressing radiant
    • express this by saying that the light manifesting itself through the
    • — speech, which expresses itself in its own proper sounds. That
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    • sea over the true meaning of the impressive words of Genesis. Thus we
    • had the tendency to press upward, to become vapour; that is, the
    • cohering. That is the course of events which is expressed in modern
    • word in Genesis which expresses this process of separation must! be
    • individualised as on our earth today. I have expressly called
    • impressive words, in words full of power; we find there again what we
    • we find described in impressive detail how creatures appeared on the
    • disposal a fit vessel, a vessel into which they could impress the
    • bears the impress of the joint idea they had formed of their work. We
    • appears as an expression of the capacity and skill acquired by the
    • epochs the impression made upon religious minds by certain words
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    • “Aeon” expresses “living entity,” so too does
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    • in those expressions where probably even modern minds would be
    • connection with such expressions (to use my own words) as “The inner
    • the more negative expressions.
    • Personality as their servants, and that behind the expression
    • as the expression of the backward Beings. They themselves bestow the
    • mysterious expression lay'lah, which has given rise to
    • upon” (if I may use the expression), an influence of forces
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    • referring to expressions, to manifestations, of real spiritualities,
    • is expressed in Genesis as bara is a kind of meditative
    • to base itself as upon firm seats. These ancient expressions contain
    • the outer expression in the sense-world of what we have just been
    • and of the Elohim which compresses itself into our sense-existence to
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    • impressions of them. Then, when after his great sorrow his
    • intended to express spiritual realities. The appearance of Professor
    • do not express real spiritual Beings, but a kind of organic
    • objects appeared to them from without. This is expressed by the
    • that the spirit was behind this appearance and came to expression in
    • seems to press inwards from without. But this description does not
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    • should express as “the human astral body is formed in
    • that event occurred, so beautifully expressed in the words And
    • certain places I get impressions of warmth — not of anything
    • warmth-impressions.” There are differentiations of warmth in
    • influence. To express more precisely what we mean by this, we must
    • Scholasticism properly we should soon see, what is clearly expressed
    • resounds to us so impressively from ancient times.
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    • small number, abandoned earthly conditions, and pressing upward into
    • later. How could the Bible give this expression? It would have to say
    • descend to the earth grew more pressing in these souls. That is the
    • are pressing back to earth again.”
    • which expresses the holy awe we feel. ‘They that beget the holy
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    • consisted solely of warmth, was now endowed with something expressed
    • words! I have impressed upon you that the proper earthly incarnation
    • expressed by the Elohim in the words Let us make man, was
    • creation. The same expression nephesch,
    • not clothed in physical form, was not, so to say, impressed into a
    • is something which enters into man from without. This impress of
    • Hebrew expressions nephesch, ruach, n'schamah correspond to
    • expressed it somewhat as follows. He says that the lower animals
    • member. To express this Aristotle made use of the word
    • man into whom Jahve impressed his own Being, as the direct successor
    • cannot stand, which is not as far as it goes an adequate expression
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    • such traditions were a means for bringing to expression man's
    • sickness of our age comes to clearest expression; for a deep inner
    • that find expression in the materialistic view of the world. It is
    • have the mission of impressing this fact again and again upon man: You
    • exert himself to overcome the pressure of this knowledge, he must find
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    • real significance. The factor of blood-relationship as expressed in
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    • art created by the Greeks are the most wonderful expression of the
    • into which man will pass after death is expressed in this saying.
    • this is nothing but an expression of egoism. Not until they transcend
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    • feeling. The crucifix is the expression of the transition to Christian
    • another expression of Jahve or Jehovah — the figure portrayed so
    • the crucifix, just as the portrayals of the physical give expression
    • does not express what he feels to be the essence of Christianity,
    • become a reality. This will express itself outwardly in the fact that
    • what may be expressed in these simple words: For your happiness you
    • physical senses is the outer expression of the Spirit of our universe,
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    • those times men possessed faculties whereby — if I may so express
    • occurred to him, if I may so express it, to pay any particular
    • and has it replaced by another. The impression of birth and death was
    • if I may so express it, He was able to tell them out of divine wisdom
    • to express in the following words. They can only be feeble, stammering
    • express it in these halting words: —
    • Strength of soul is expressed when a man says: “I believe! I know
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    • rightly express our religious life.
    • Since that lecture, many significant expressions of cultural life
    • gave such magnificent expression in the “Ring of the
    • senses, in order to receive the impressions coming from the material
    • sense-impressions. Such is the life of day. At night, the Ego and
    • and astral body have passed out of them and all the impressions of the
    • These encircling colours were the expressions of living beings —
    • colour-forms and tones, with impressions of smell, taste and so forth.
    • But these colours and tones, these impressions of warmth and cold of
    • gradually developed. The impressions received by man during the night
    • although these are no longer expressions of the inmost spiritual
    • to receive impressions from the astral body, and it was these
    • impressions that were perceived by the old, dreamlike clairvoyance.
    • after the appropriate impressions had been received by the astral
    • impressions issuing from the astral body into this released etheric
    • from receiving the impressions of the spiritual world — in the
    • preserved was expressed in the form of the folk-religion — here
    • expressed in varied form according to the needs and conditions
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    • Only by degrees can we gain some inkling of the wisdom expressed in
    • astral body and our Ego. The physical expression of the Ego, the ‘I,’
    • is the blood; the physical expression of the astral body is the life
    • expression in the interplay between the blood and the nerves. It will
    • expression of the ‘I’ must be spiritualised. The blood must be laid
    • As long as the ‘I’ of man, with its physical expression in the
    • to give expression to this certainty. If men are clear as to what they
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    • were the outer expressions of the Avatars, the incarnations of the
    • Now the outer, physical expression for the ‘I’ is the blood. This
    • blood, the expression of the ‘I’ in this chalice — the Holy
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    • The time is coming when human beings, when they feel depressed and
    • good service, we have the impression that races always go on like so
    • expressed in the word ‘faith’ are necessary to the soul. For
    • If we do not possess forces such as are expressed in the word
    • man's being is the force expressed by the word ‘love’. Love
    • being, are those expressed in a man's capacity for loving at every
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    • If we observe life around us, we might express the particular feature
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    • This expresses itself in a noteworthy manner. If we follow such a
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    • and we see the world around us which makes an impression on our
    • expressed many times already, but which we will once more bring
    • all the forces which may be expressed as an intense longing in the now
    • confront life with strong impressions. In other words: when such
    • year, reincarnate again, everything makes a strong impression on them.
    • in his next life he does not receive such strong impressions from the
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    • There, that which exists and makes an impression, such as a physical
    • educational life. It is the non-existing, we might say, that presses
    • not their true form; it is rather the expression of it. A child may
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    • expression, ‘The relation of man to man.’ Now, when a man
    • individual case, when a human soul which formerly impressed us from
    • inner picture, which, I may say, gives one an inner impression of
    • finds expression. And many a worthy custom is connected with this
    • some later epoch. And we may express the following feeling: ‘I
    • nevertheless subject to a certain law. I expressed this law very
    • case he has pressed the egotism down into his astral body. Then comes
    • We have a word which expresses the manner of a man's life between
    • birth and death, which expresses this life as it strikes us. We see
    • And it is well to use this expression. We really grow young as regards
    • enclosed in the human skin. It was compressed, as it were, to one
    • as the physical body is an expression of this force at the beginning
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    • consciousness and that of which — and this expression has a
    • active, if one wishes to express anything through the drawing,
    • can use this expression here) that whatever happened, he was trapped.
    • and 19th of March, at 2 o'clock, and has the impression in his mind
    • terrible impression and lit the candle. The clock registered ten
    • as we may call it. Now, this made such an impression on him that he
    • had great satisfaction, which he expressed by saying: ‘He
    • on that which presents itself in outer nature. I expressed this as
    • which is connected with death. The Mystics of all ages have expressed
    • man is the expression of what prepared itself in the spiritual world
    • to expression; for example, a man of note expressed what I have said
    • words at the end of his preface, in 1847. He wanted to express that in
    • time, there lies an instinctive expression of something resting
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    • nature, and expressed this by relating in pictorial fashion how beings
    • here in sense existence, is only here because it impresses itself on
    • images, but not the other thought, that these images express the facts
    • standpoint, consider it a significant work, as does even the press for
    • letters the paper takes up what it can, and lets itself express what
    • else to express it with. But Goethe's genius streams on further, the
    • for cleverness expresses itself by a man forming in a certain logical
    • adjective together, if I bring speech into movement, it then expresses
    • the same kind of thought expressed in these errors — in these
    • of the Birth of the Lord, and kept with impressive nocturnal
    • glacier in the night. You may imagine what an impression that makes on
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    • animals came into being — this fact is distinctly expressed in
    • basis of ego hood. This fact was impressed on their pupils by the
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    • do today has its expression in the astral body. If I give somebody a
    • impression. Secondly, the rose is conceived in the etheric body as a
    • this in mind the expression ‘vicarious atonement through death’
    • substitution is expressed in the fact that through inner vision,
    • man found the ‘Ich’ within it. Other languages expressed this
    • language. Just as in Sanskrit the AUM expresses the Trinity, so we
    • have the sign ICH to express the inmost being of man. By this means a
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    • expression in the spinal cord. Then a person perceives the world in
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    • hears or speaks man expresses himself directly in wisdom. At the
    • expression in speech. Today it is only in thinking that we can unfold
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    • impressions may be brought to us. There are beings who can manifest.
    • is in the light and discloses itself in all sense impressions. Behind
    • regard to all sense impressions, he is receptive, with regard to
    • ideas and expressed them in a grotesque way in order to nudge people
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    • the beginning of the Moon evolution wisdom still impressed itself into
    • expression of the inner warmth of the body. This can happen when
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    • expression, a suitable instrument. Approximately ever since human
    • In the New Testament the expression ‘on the mountain’ is used on
    • teaching of reincarnation was completely suppressed. The human being
    • was to remain unknown. Christ therefore expressly forbade any teaching
    • poetic expression in this epoch in Dante's Divine Comedy. In monastic
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    • expressed in the development of the senses. Actually, in the
    • general, will express itself in the air and indeed in forms, for
    • heart will then express itself in oscillations, and flow outwards
    • will externalise what he wills. The expression of feeling is merely a
    • be an expression of what people feel. Today man sends out words; they
    • ordered. All forms of illness are errors which find their expression
    • the outer expression of the preceding idealistic period.
    • practical life. This comes to expression in the Lohengrin myth.
    • The inner always comes later to outer expression. An illness is the
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    • been found in the Astral Light. Such impressions are only inscribed in the
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    • pass on from the reflected impressions of the senses and allow an
    • awake. Here his ego is present and finds its full expression. The
    • astral ego cannot yet fully express itself on the Physical Plane and
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    • That also found expression in the configuration of the body. The
    • certain organ. This is most aptly expressed in the Buddha legend. It
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    • language, to the way in which things were expressed. In the world of
    • of expression. Even at that time the teachings were there, but the
    • descriptive expressions were frequently lacking. Such expressions for
    • teaching from the ancient Rishis. These Indian expressions are not yet
    • developed too few expressions able to introduce such teachings. Even
    • beginning of modern times. There were already appropriate expressions
    • had in the west extremely apt expressions, though not, on the other
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    • paint the tree, but an impression which is called up by all he
    • In so far as he expresses himself in the outer world, man leaves
    • being as actions. This is most clearly expressed by pointing out the
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    • realise that a thought is only the expression of the body of the
    • our soul it is an impression, a kind of foot-print of a higher
    • impression we call abstract thought. We can say when we think: ‘I feel
    • Revelation of St. John, the expression ‘seal’ is used. This
    • with us in our words that every word is the impression of a seal. With
    • religions, teachings were expressed in pictures. At first the picture
    • expression there already lies what is meant: ‘By means of a certain
    • the expression of abstract thoughts, but of pictures. This is why
    • means ‘heil sein’, to be well: it expresses the fact that the Spirit
    • impressions in a world behind which lies not only what is physical,
    • This shows us that with our words we produce impressions in the realm
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    • of the form of the sphinx. The sphinx is the expression of this
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    • opposites. For instance if feelings of soul-warmth press in from the
    • find their expression in this feeling. If these beings are not yet
    • with far greater intensity. The animal however presses its own
    • The substance in astral space which is pressed together by passionate
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    • he represses all the thoughts which penetrate into the etheric body.
    • physical expression for the good powers, or the physical expression
    • for the evil. It becomes the physical expression for the good powers
    • mediumistic people in a way that makes a very unpleasant impression on
    • hundred years, an Akasha-picture gives the impression of the earlier
    • and impressions because his attention is directed outwards. If he
    • impressions into his etheric body. These however he partially forgets.
    • death, he looked back on his past life. This however expresses itself
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    • dent in a rubber ball. The stronger the pressure, so much the stronger
    • expression on the physical plane. A feeling does not show itself
    • finds its expression on the physical plane. We must bear this
    • Deeds on the physical plane impress themselves into the Arupa plane,
    • feelings. All the feelings which man expresses have their
    • matters was expressed so objectively, with such pure mathematical
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    • who had received absolutely nothing found full expression for their
    • ever-greater degree. This is very beautifully expressed in the saga of
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    • compressed together to a spatial form. If one takes away the colour of
    • resounding through the world, all our sense impressions filling space
    • interpenetrating lines: everything expressing beautiful forms having
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    • we find a profound expression of esotericism. The serpent's head
    • the same truth has already been expressed. He kills
    • master-builder of Cologne cathedral gathered his impressions into his
    • count the whole evolution from Saturn to Vulcan, we have expressed
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    • manifestations finds its expression in the seven Planetary evolutions:
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    • This resistance to its downfall is a spiritual expression of something
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    • milk of human kindness,’ this expression is used intentionally. We
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    • came to expression in so magnificent a way, but which here remained at
    • The Indian teaching was expressed in the Vedas. ‘Veda’ means the same
    • With the different peoples this found expression in various ways. In
    • and the future of Christianity came to magnificent expression through
    • expression over in Asia. For instance Muspelheim and Niflheim are a
    • Old Testament this is magnificently expressed as a kind of dawning of
    • personal had actually to come to expression in the way described in
    • expression. It has merely passed through the ancient Greek
    • the last radical expression of what was then inaugurated. The birth of
    • monumental expression of Atlantean culture.
    • forceful impression on them. Many things in historical development are
    • could have expressed. What there appears over-ripe appears in him as
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    • among people that the very mystery of existence seems to express
    • Our first impression of the temperaments is that they are external,
    • The way the four members find their expression in the physical body
    • has also frequently been mentioned. The ego expresses itself in the
    • predominant system is that of the blood. The astral body expresses
    • nervous system holds sway. The etheric body expresses itself in the
    • glands. The physical body as such expresses itself only in itself;
    • lingering over an impression. They cannot fix their attention on a
    • particular image nor sustain their interest in an impression. Instead,
    • picture will easily impress, but the impression quickly vanishes.
    • expressive, changeable. We see the astral body's inner liveliness
    • inwardness, express themselves in eyes that are dark and smoldering.
    • of comfort is expressed. His gait is loose-jointed and shambling, and
    • do well to attend to what expresses itself through them if we wish to
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    • expression in the forms, in the law-determined workings of matter —
    • Now between a dim feeling of the kinship of what comes to expression
    • If the expression is not misunderstood, one could call the soul life
    • organs, the animal has to bring to expression the manner in which the
    • species, we see how closely the expressions of soul life are bound up
    • soul as it comes to expression in his willing, his feeling, his
    • and comes to expression within them. In man, soul experience
    • expresses itself there in the experience of exuberant energy is
    • expresses itself in the astral body in a feeling of discomfort. But
    • resistance. Not being absorbed or seized by external impressions, it
    • and this expresses itself in the astral body as a feeling of pain.
    • it as the expression of weakness of the etheric body in relation to
    • take from life and impress into his life of soul. But just here we
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    • nature is expressed in what we call the self-conscious ego. I do not
    • play to find objections to the expression “self-conscious ego.”
    • notice that the organization of a duck comes to expression in plastic
    • that comes to expression. Thus when we lay hold of man by his other
    • form, these forces are really active and coming to expression. Then
    • And by bringing what is within him to expression in gesture, man has
    • instead of coming to physical expression, it is expressed more
    • the whole manner in which what is within him is expressed in outer
    • consciousness, yet it enters the soul and comes to expression when
    • see when, passing from the gesture expressed in movement, we turn
    • organization more as a mere expression of bodily activity, then
    • indeed is also expressed of his innermost being. Everyone knows that,
    • described as an expression of the spirit that has become soul —
    • to be clear that the forms coming to expression in the human skull
    • expression of this organization, it will always be possible to see
    • expression. Animals have no organs to make it possible for them to
    • capacity for expression — his conception of sound, his
    • consciousness. Meanwhile we find in the animal the expression of how
    • This all expresses how the spirit can be active while becoming, as it
    • facial expression; in this there comes to very clear expression what,
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    • which expressed the purposes of the Divine-Spiritual Beings whose
    • the impressions received through his eyes, ears and other senses.
    • True, he receives external impressions by means of his senses, but
    • all directions, and allows all these external impressions to flow
    • colour, and allows yellow to make an impression upon him, At the same
    • one particular impression — as, for example, to the impression of
    • over to the impressions of his senses, when he allows these questions
    • same sense-impressions will immediately bring him anything in the
    • which comes to you as an impression from without — and you must
    • comes, the moment when all that was previously external impression
    • impression which came to me from the outer world; and when I was fifty
    • sense-impressions he receives from the outer world — he also
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    • primal nebula is only the outer, material expression of something
    • the bodily expression of an element of cosmic spirit-and-soul. Where
    • form of expression for what happens spiritually, was thus prepared by
    • thoughts. So that what I have now said, expressing it in this
    • makes an impression of sourness in the moral-physical sense, this has
    • human being gives expression to his nature as a whole depends upon the
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    • expression in the activities of imagination, of
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    • — to what struggles for expression in the formative forces and
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    • dramatic productions. If I may be allowed to give expression to the
    • been able to stamp a kind of impression of the feelings, sentiments
    • the need of forsaking the world of the senses in order to press on
    • the things of the spirit are the expressions we use for human
    • trivial expressions of gratitude because we have also pointed to the
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    • expressed in the physical world, it must be reflected back, and this
    • express the relation, we may also say that in our head, especially in
    • our brain, we have a faithful expression of the etheric forces,
    • small degree in what finds physical expression in the hands.
    • corresponds to these etheric parts finds its expression in the hands
    • spiritual organs. The etheric organs expressed in the hands and their
    • hands, but incompletely expressed in the hands and their functions,
    • spiritual seer may express this, somewhat surprisingly but accurately,
    • sort of impression he there received of these human individualities.
    • expressed by saying that we meet with a Being regarding Whom it would
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    • concepts of the life of the senses. I expressly say that this is
    • higher worlds. When the expression is used that greed or jealousy or
    • hate “burns,” there is something in such an expression that
    • metaphorical, figurative sense that we use such expressions. I may
    • expression is not to be taken as a metaphor; it stands for something
    • qualities are actually expressed to some extent in his etheric body.
    • They are still more distinctly and more intensively expressed in his
    • were the expression of something in his moral nature, in what concerns
    • expressions natural order, natural processes and moral causes as
    • actual natural causes and are there expressed in forms and processes.
    • To avoid any misunderstanding, I should like expressly to state that
    • The idea, therefore, that moral qualities are faithfully expressed in
    • a different way from how love is expressed. We may speak thus where
    • that nature. This light-body may be the expression of what such a
    • expression of what they bear within them. In their component parts,
    • unable directly to express, to manifest, their real nature in their
    • something from which it wants to get away, something oppressive that
    • the expression beautiful must be used of a being who is felt to be
    • must be acquired if expressions of the sense world are to be used of
    • existence, and yet, if one uses the expressions of the sense world,
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    • flow of impulses, cravings, sense impressions, ideas, intellectual
    • forth by initiation, that could be expressed in the words, “The
    • experience of a particular impression or feeling of dread and anxiety,
    • beneath one's feet, an oppression of the soul. This is the kind of
    • At this point something can be experienced that finds easy expression
    • in words, but is oppressive and even disturbing during the first
    • the expression for, “They will not let me in!” But in
    • That is what is such a strain — so oppressive and sometimes even
    • awakened. That is really the most apt expression one can use. But one
    • experienced is that you are also pressing further and further out of
    • away into infinity.” One cannot use the expression on all sides
    • force, but then it strains you apart, presses against you and makes
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    • that it can best be expressed in the words we use in physical life.
    • he was meeting for the first time. The expression, “The beings
    • expression after a certain time (though it is not correct) —
    • This feeling may arise in two ways. In one way it may be expressed by
    • world. We have not yet expressed this exactly, but have still to
    • being who works in you and causes you to express this wish to make
    • using expressions of ordinary life. In ordinary life, if we apply the
    • immortal and eternal.” This is how it should be expressed,
    • consideration, you will understand that what here finds expression is
    • it is all one whether man, when today he presses on into spiritual
    • religious creed, the same thing is expressed in that unconsciousness
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    • faculty found a one-sided expression in me; it is possible I even made
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    • in the press nor do they know how to appreciate them at their proper
    • foolish expression. Then, for awhile the world will have to go without
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    • consciousness, but we lay hold of these impressions, we turn them
    • impressions, that we are able to retain them, that we not only know a
    • man can really possess as a soul-being, is expressed, when we mention
    • right words to express it. But if we stand before a phenomenon of
    • steps that can be taken; through our thought we can always press on
    • can only give expression to a part of the possibilities I have within
    • expressed when we say to ourselves, Thou art now poured out into the
    • expressed by saying, that what previously was outer world has now
    • formerly thy sense-impressions were outspread and art regarding the
    • That is the first impression
    • impression. Is it not remarkable that one goes out of the body with
    • light, sound and magnetic, electric radiations. These expressions are
    • heard. And when one has this impression, one knows: Thou hast seen
    • indeed receive impressions from the outer world, but who was inwardly
    • difference may be expressed as follows: Thou canst concentrate upon
    • own being, which appears to us — it cannot be expressed
    • depressing. For instance, one sees the whole of this personified fate
    • spiritual expression in all the Beings concentrated in the life of
    • symbolical expression of our feeling-system. In order that our
    • feeling in his soul, how may this fundamental feeling be expressed?
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    • existence the first impressions emerge, these first impressions are
    • on-flowing time (consider all these expressions as referring to
    • this entirely different life, but still this expression may be used.
    • experience it quite inwardly, but it has to be expressed in the words
    • expressed by his being enveloped by the body. He is surrounded by the
    • we are able again to press forward a little further towards the ideal
    • a knowledge which may be expressed in a much deeper way than the
    • knowledge expressed at the end of the last lecture. As the result of
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    • in our Ego. Inner dissatisfaction comes from pressure of the
    • when a human being receives impressions of the outer world, he
    • impressions, there is that which we only comprehend when we view the
    • we perceive colour, there presses into us, as it were, below the
    • expression of that which has to become entirely material in us, it is
    • interior process. When we think, we make no impression in our
    • is really expressed. The other remains hidden from us. Why does a
    • receive impressions of the outer world we receive into us at the same
    • harmony with life, it is because a certain pressure is exercised upon
    • feelings. How can this pressure be relieved? Now this pressure is
    • the pressure of the subconscious part of his feeling and will.
    • Beings belonging to the sun and planetary system pressed out from
    • perceptions there was something which expressed itself in
    • interaction, this meeting of the inner and the outer expressed very
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    • plane as the ‘reality’ that presses in upon him. But as
    • filled with the truth we ought to have expressed. This truth torments
    • realm of life Spiritual Science expresses itself in this way. For
    • human soul. It is connected with something which is expressed in the
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    • can no longer express itself in the mortal residue; but to the man
    • a memory tableau. That is expressed more from the standpoint of the
    • during which we have the impression that our life is running its
    • This memory-tableau is the very important impression we receive in
    • I have often expressed by a trivial word, a sort of weaning from the
    • of the person we have left behind, for they are expressed in living
    • our earthly life. The expression is not a happy one, but some of you
    • have to try to make these conditions comprehensible by expressing
    • express thus: Beings surround thee on all sides but thou art becoming
    • solitude, are memories; but these words do not express it exactly. I
    • expression Holy Ghost is used, i.e., the Spirit that lives
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    • thing. The other we may express to ourselves thus: ‘I have had
    • is so extremely disturbing, so oppressive, filling our soul with such
    • this before — but these people are now for us the expression of
    • into capacities to which we can give expression when we are
    • that is the frightful fact which is so depressing and which —
    • even if we could suppress all our enthusiasm for Spiritual Science
    • Science will have to speak more and more impressively of the
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    • I have specially tried to show what an impression it must make on
    • and bring our whole being truly to expression, it would be revealed
    • bring to expression of all that we are as man, in the highest
    • feel: “Standing there, you bring a great deal to expression in
    • free spiritual activity of man is due to reach expression —
    • impressions. And these are like fertile seeds planted in us —
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    • through artistic impressions and so on — is not determined
    • derived from personal desires, comes to expression —
    • then he must have some defect, which expresses itself in the fact
    • practical technique, though the expression is used in a narrow sense.
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    • “that in our life this very longing strives to find expression
    • can express only by calling to witness the general truth of the
    • almost all the time to bells, which again should be an expression of
    • is one — which lies in all that is now coming to expression out
    • thinking, which comes to expression in the demand for a threefold
    • the outlook he expressed in his Geschlossenen Handelstaat (A
    • wax so strong in human souls that it does not merely find expression
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    • express how it works in certain “Laws”. Another classical
    • expression what Goethe feels is fundamental to a true outlook upon
    • themselves express their secrets. He nowhere seeks to recur from the
    • shaken. But even if we do press forward to the atom with our
    • the force in question and the chosen universal unit. If we express it
    • as a weight, it is 0.001019 grammes' weight. Indeed, to express what
    • weighed. So then I have to express myself in terms of something very
    • can only express the concept “mass” by introducing what I
    • resort, it is by a weight that I express the mass, and even if I then
    • go on to atomize it, I still express it by a weight.
    • measuring these possibilities of action; we can express in stated
    • the line taken by that school of Science which is at pains to express
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    • affected, say, by an impression of light or colour — we, that
    • pressing upon the point for a single moment which of course
    • mass. We express the mass, to begin with, by a weight. We can weigh
    • the object which the force is moving and express the mass of it in
    • equal to, — i.e. the same product can also be expressed by
    • consciously aware of this: — Press with your finger against
    • pressure. Mass, after all, reveals itself through pressure. As I said
    • exert pressure. You make acquaintance with pressure by pressing upon
    • something going on in us when we exert pressure with our finger,
    • — when we, therefore, ourselves experience a pressure —
    • it is, try making the pressure ever more intense. Try it, — or
    • rather, don't! Try to exert pressure on some part of your body and
    • place, so to speak, on a small scale when you exert a pressure that
    • a pressure stronger than you can endure — is taking place
    • contact with an effect of pressure — with an effect, therefore,
    • from the downward pressure of weight.
    • weighed as much as this, it would press so heavily upon the arteries
    • blood. The heavy pressure would immediately cloud our consciousness.
    • with the downward pressure. Precisely this deprives the rest of our
    • as it were, by the downward pressure, we see men being put to sleep.
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    • due to the light's having less matter to go through, which presses
    • the cylinder of light apart. If I may so express myself, you can read
    • from it. The stronger light in the middle presses upon the weaker
    • have to do so, comes to expression in that I do not see right down as
    • sphere, slightly compressed from front to back. Such is the eye-ball,
    • bring the disc into rotation. The single impression of light has not
    • again before I have time to rid myself of the impressions of the
    • before the impression of the red has vanished. For the eye, the seven
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    • — expressed in Goethe's way, to begin with — is as
    • blue or bluish-red. You need but express the primal phenomenon,
    • in speculation. Newton, having first seen and been impressed by this
    • neighbourhood is, to begin with, compressed. Compressed air arises
    • here. Now the compressed air presses in its turn on the adjoining
    • of attenuated air. Through these successions of compression and
    • is compression here, then comes attenuation, and all this moves on.
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    • light, which it expressed by being luminous still after exposure
    • formula for a velocity, say v. A velocity is expressed, as
    • it is true, v is expressed by the quotient of s and
    • t. What I express by this number v is however a
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    • our eyes. Otherwise our very habit of thought begets the impression
    • which is expressed in “mass”.
    • and finds expression in light and colour there is the vibrating
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    • the effect of it then finds expression in your experience of
    • this “conversation” which finds expression in the
    • rate it receives an impression. This then becomes subjective inner
    • finger — exerting pressure, using some force as you do so,
    • number, a certain figure expresses the relation which can be
    • the numerical expression of the relation between the two.
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    • that elapses between your perception of the impression of light and
    • of the qualitative reality which finds expression simply and solely
    • not believe that the sensory impression he experiences is only
    • only have you here before me through my own impressions, which (if
    • that is usually made of the subjective impression (or whatsoever is
    • outer world and finds expression in waves of alternate compression
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    • interaction which can find expression in the form of an electric
    • — so we may somehow express it. Now Hertz made this very
    • may so express myself — the inner character of electricity,
    • fain impress upon your minds. After all, my main purpose in these
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    • has no other value for reality than what finds expression in the
    • expression of this hope, I will conclude our studies for the
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    • sense-impressions. It is, at first, mere conjecture. The external
    • momentarily to become oblivious to the impressions of the sense-world,
    • so forth, around him and is insensitive to ordinary sense-impressions.
    • impervious to the impressions conveyed by the senses; he simply falls
    • into a swoon in which, instead of sense-impressions, black darkness
    • extinguished. His Ego is entirely suppressed; it is as though he were
    • of ecstasy. The one is that the actual sense-impressions vanish, also
    • If he brings his Ego to expression in the outward direction, he
    • what outer impressions have brought to him. His inner self is given
    • impressions of waking life, is called the Macrocosm, the Great World.
    • actions; he surrenders himself entirely to impressions made upon him.
    • sense-impressions. We perceive the red of the rose; delight in the
    • alone or an external world alone. A panorama of outer; impressions
    • and into the physical body, the medium for the impressions of the
    • Macrocosm, the mystic compresses himself within the Microcosm. Both
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    • slipping away from him, and all the impressions of the day gradually
    • fresh again, we take renewed interest in the impressions of the
    • belonging to him. Impressions from outside are made upon his senses,
    • but he is unable to look behind these impressions. When he wakes from
    • Body that enables the sense-impressions to be received; it
    • inwardly as a result of the impressions made upon us by the red,
    • impressions of the outer world brought to it by the Sentient Body. The
    • which enables us to withdraw from external impressions and to work
    • impressions of the outer world. But if for a time in waking life he
    • pays no attention to the actual impressions of the outer world, if he
    • combines external impressions in his mind and enable him to make
    • world. If we withdraw our attention for a time from the impressions of
    • working in thought upon the impressions I have received. If now I say
    • work over in thought the impressions of the outer world, but to relate
    • world and to regard what the clock expresses as a picture of them.
    • different positions and mutual relationships, gives expression to
    • relationships. The position of every planet will become the expression
    • expression for what lies behind the heavenly bodies and their
    • signify something that comes to expression in a certain respect in our
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    • attention entirely from the outer world, to shut out the impressions
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    • experiences when we take up a pen today to give expression to our
    • way that at the moment of waking external impressions transmitted by
    • that we are able to ward off all external impressions. When we can do
    • Another, immediately following, experience can be expressed by saying:
    • thought that can be expressed as follows: How would it have been if
    • world. The impressions from this world flowed into us, making it
    • impressions from outside, we experience what has been described. We
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    • oppression. This sense of oppression is due to the fact that the inner
    • unknown realm of his own inner being he must suppress all impulses of
    • Then the impression faded — the impression of seeing earthly
    • This is the technical expression for the fact that by penetrating into
    • expression “heavenly” or “spiritual” man was also
    • been called a “cycle” and it was originally expressed by the
    • “becoming”) was a beautiful expression used by medieval
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    • going to sleep. All the impressions of the day — colours, light,
    • darkness instead of the colours and other impressions of daily life.
    • Initiate can do — at the moment when the impressions of the day
    • on waking through his attention being diverted to the impressions of
    • environment, all sense-perceptions and impressions, are an emanation,
    • spirit. Man has before him impressions which, although in a different
    • or: earth, water, air, fire. These expressions are taken from the
    • means of expression for the physical world. If therefore the spiritual
    • and expressions that are used for circumscribed objects in the
    • impressions hitherto unknown to him in the world of the senses.
    • beings do is an external expression of the heavenly bodies in the
    • expression to what the beings of the spiritual world are doing.
    • The position of the hands is therefore the expression of something
    • cosmic clock can be regarded as the expression of spiritual happenings
    • express by such an analogy what is happening in the World of Spirit.
    • Hierarchies and pass on to their deeds which come to expression
    • described by using expressions connected with the Elementary World-all
    • differently. An impression of the world that is reached after passing
    • Spiritual science has not without reason figuratively expressed this
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    • adequate expressions for these worlds, for modern language has none
    • the senses only. Hence the old expression “Reason” used for
    • the element of “fire”. This relationship is expressed in the
    • Innumerable impressions-particularly those of early childhood-sink
    • forgotten, these impressions may still be working in us. There may be
    • impressions which, although they have vanished from our memory and we
    • that opinion expressed about things in the world. Again and again you
    • facts and Beings expressed as if in a cosmic clock through the
    • movements of the planets. The Beings are expressed in the
    • Will, Thrones, and so forth, and who express themselves in physical
    • deeds express, to the Beings themselves. To associate with spiritual
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    • with sense-perceptions, such as impressions of colour and light? For
    • example, suppose the first sense-impression we have on waking is a
    • impression? Ordinary consciousness is completely at sea here. The
    • sense-impressions. Thus it is what we do not let through that
    • outer expression of spiritual realities and spiritual worlds.
    • the number twelve as a number which expresses the movements taking
    • our nervous system and what is expressed in the great symbols of space
    • expression of impulses, appetites and passions; because man is endowed
    • impressions inwardly. Consciousness arises, not through the exercise
    • of activity but because an impression is reflected inwardly, and this,
    • impulses or appetites that degrade it. We may well be impressed by the
    • into which profound cosmic truths are compressed. When cosmic truths
    • are compressed into symbolical sentences we have there a force by
    • expression in modern language which is coined for the physical world
    • step consists in acquiring the power also to suppress our own
    • activity. First of all the pictures have been suppressed and now our
    • which have their outward expression in the realities and laws of
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    • expressed. Then, first of all at the moment of waking, but also when
    • head. That of course is a pictorial expression, for we actually think
    • That is a good expression for it, for people feel what has, in very
    • act we see in the street. There again it is the direct impression that
    • directly follows the first impression are the only kind in everyday
    • learning to write we cannot express our thoughts through writing; we
    • really feel anything akin — I say expressly akin — to
    • receive impressions from the higher worlds and then to co-ordinate
    • these impressions by means of the thinking of the heart, just as the
    • experiences is not a vision but the expression of a soul-and-spiritual
    • the expression of its material nature. The seer directs his gaze into
    • the Imaginative world; there he has the impression, let us say, of
    • impression was not a mere vision, a figment of the mind, but that the
    • fleeting blue or violet was the expression of a soul-spiritual
    • reality, just as the red of the rose is the expression of a material
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    • expresses itself outwardly in the experiencing of our blood,
    • sets in we speak of a “Pralaya”. These are expressions drawn
    • heart actually has a kind of medium of expression in the physical
    • circulation of the blood that it is an expression of this logic. And a
    • clairvoyant investigator, we can understand that it will also express
    • expressed physically as well. This means that we must picture a man of
    • only by means of the forces which find expression in the thinking of
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    • itself from every soul. He seeks only to give expression to the truths
    • necessary for his life of soul. He needs the impressions from the
    • If an impression of a soul-and-spiritual nature warms man, it would be
    • impression of a spiritual nature, but they find this incomprehensible
    • comes to expression in each incarnation in a different form of speech;
    • which our inmost self, the spirit, expresses itself. The quality of
    • were not wrought by the spirit, the spirit of man could not express
    • song the tone imparted by the spirit, the human soul could not express
    • to expression spiritual activities, but not individualised
    • through it he will be able to give expression to his own individual
    • of breathing really make the impression of children playing with fire.
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    • dangerous in this is that it is not clearly expressed, but
    • the pressing questions about the life of the human soul and
    • the enlightened and impressive philosophers of today. It is
    • is naturally a paradoxical expression
    • paradoxical expression does in fact correspond to
    • intellectual and logical to expression, but that this
    • expression — that we do not
    • expression of the spiritual, just as hunger, thirst and
    • the need to breathe are an expression in the soul of what lives
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    • The Psychological Expression
    • expression “the
    • to use Goethe's expression once more
    • are impressed upon the soul, and we are able to recall them
    • expression — a spiritual
    • of our dreams are stimulated by a sense impression. The world
    • appears to be broken by a sense impression, it is really only
    • impression that comes from the body. Thus we maintain the same
    • — if I may use the expression
    • impressions. It is the eternal that dreams in the human
    • musical nature, that comes to expression in the most varied
    • and waking up with his memories, with his impressions of
    • makes no particular impression upon
    • but one thing did make a deep impression on Sir Oliver Lodge.
    • the widest circles were impressed. And this is the crucial
    • use the expression — an
    • impression — in three weeks'
    • The time is pressing, and I cannot go into this any
    • clear the significant factor I wish to express. Imagine that
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    • though despite this, the first is the right expression
    • the past created great and impressive works. How did they
    • physical reality, and how to express it. The essence of
    • artistic expression. We would have committed a
    • pillar, each arch, each painting expresses the same spirit.
    • expression in all of them.
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    • various phenomena and manifestations are given expression. In
    • expressed in words of human language, all creatures, all things of
    • differentiations of this Primal Principle come to expression in the
    • impressions may come to a seer who has prepared himself patiently for
    • Akasha-substance between the impressions made by the occult knowledge
    • acquired by man — impressions which are eternal — and
    • only by the seer, but when they have been discovered, and expressed
    • impression made upon you by what has been said should lead to any
    • anything that was painful in that impression. Although a genuine
    • impressions made on the senses, or through the intellect that is
    • the impressions conveyed through the senses.
    • cannot originate from sense-impressions because according to the
    • said to be the embodiment of the inner soul-force which gives expression
    • (Rudolf Steiner Press, New Edition 1966).
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    • that in itself was held to be inexpressible), but to the Being to
    • gestures and the expression of his countenance, so in ancient
    • years after the Baptism, to express Himself in a human body. But in what
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    • absorbed his earliest impressions, which were of a peculiar kind. It
    • cannot be expressed in words. Man is rendered dumb when he has
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    • spiritual development, which was pressing forward to the scientific
    • expression in Cusanus in a remarkable way. He could go no further
    • spirit image was vivid in the soul. It expressed itself in the love
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    • Hence they felt that if they could express the world in thoughts
    • Just think of the word “two.” (zwei) It clearly expresses
    • abstract scheme of the coordinate axes. What gives me the impression
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    • only after it had been separated from the human element. Expressing
    • infinitesimal calculus appeared to Berkeley. Had he expressed himself
    • impression. For a true comprehension of what went on we must go back
    • I say this expressly, my dear friends, because a healthy discussion
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    • primary qualities, supposedly expressed itself in man as secondary
    • mathematical. He impresses the whole mathematical system upon the
    • more and more animated, when its face began to express its soul, when
    • world of atomism, no matter how impressive it is as a theory. We must
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    • expresses itself in man's experiences of sound, color and
    • draft or change of pressure.
    • Goethe revolted against, though he was unable to express his insights
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    • Copernicus's text gets the impression that Copernicus still
    • side. It is easy enough to say that inertia is expressed by the
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    • Scotus Erigena developed ideas that give the impression of
    • viewpoint of Thales, expressed in the sentence “All things have
    • subjects you will see that people expressed themselves concerning
    • is pressed into man's interior.
    • real. This ego experience expressed itself in something that was a
    • pneumatology. In later times this was also pressed into the interior
    • One who has insight into these matters gets the impression that in
    • impression that nobody knows anything at all anymore about the deeper
    • liver, etc. and we are apt to get the impression that this is all
    • impression that this is all they need to understand the body. But
    • the impression that it is digested in the same manner. These matters
    • moves; things get pumped; it all works like suction or pressure
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    • coefficient. But it is motion that we observe, and we express
    • concern to me; I observe only what can be measured and expressed in
    • through a genuine science of man. But I expressly call attention to
    • are lazy — forgive me for this harsh expression, I don't
    • by natural science, impress itself on him and then (centuries after
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    • the attention to technology you will see. I would like to impress you
    • expressed by equations, but it is restricted to verifying the data of
    • as pressures of the like. The sun's corona, for instance, must not be
    • impacts there comes about a pressure on the wall of the vessel and
    • through this pressure one can measure how great the temperature is. It
    • surface the effort I put forth, the pressure or work, is transformed
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    • order to impress these things upon our minds so that we can use them
    • noting the movements of this lever-arm over a scale. When I press here
    • is composed. We can express the amount of expansion to the original
    • In this fashion is expressed the formula for the expansion of a solid
    • vessel expands. The air streams into the tube, presses on the mercury
    • and the pressure forces the mercury column up into the tube. From this
    • may express myself cautiously, the solid condition may be said to be
    • that appears here is, to use a homely expression, of tremendous
    • said, “Solid, liquid, gaseous,” but what they expressed may
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    • Today in order to press toward the goal of the first of these
    • not express for me the whole process involved in the heat. Something
    • so far as it is revealed by temperature is not expressible in space
    • when I have the first power and find it not expressible as a line,
    • cannot be expressed
    • cannot be expressed as a solid. In purely mathematical space, it is
    • could not express in terms of the three dimensions of space. The only
    • gas but contracting the walls all around, you must use pressure. You
    • have to exert pressure. This means nothing else but that you have to
    • overcome the pressure of the gas. You do it by exerting pressure on
    • up against a solid, the solid does not of itself exert pressure
    • we enclose a gas in a vessel, the gas presses against the solid wall.
    • You see, we come upon the concept of pressure and have to bring this
    • creation of pressure into relation with the heat condition. We have to
    • know this relation we can hope really to press forward into the
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    • us is always under a certain pressure, the usual atmospheric pressure,
    • and it exerts this pressure on us. Thus, we can say that air inside
    • the left hand tube is under the same pressure as the outer air itself,
    • at atmospheric pressure. We will now alter the conditions by bringing
    • pressure on the air in the left hand tube,
    • have added to the usual atmospheric pressure, the pressure due to the
    • the pressure exerted on this air by the pressure corresponding to the
    • increase the pressure on the gas its volume decreases. We must extend
    • gas and the pressure exerted on it have an inverse ratio to each
    • other. The greater the pressure the smaller the volume, and the
    • greater the volume the smaller must be the pressure acting on the gas.
    • We can express this in the form of an equation where the volume
    • equals the pressure
    • divided by the pressure
    • This expresses a relatively general law (we have to say relative and
    • pressure of gases are so related that the volume-pressure product is a
    • pressure. In other words, mechanical facts meet us in our
    • pressure changes. Mechanical facts meet us.
    • pressure, for instance, on the temperature, which we will consider
    • temperature and expansion are so related that they may be expressed by
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    • impress of certain relations involving the being of heat, at first
    • unknown to us. Heat and pressure exerted on a body or the state of
    • electricity were not really sense impressions, at least not immediate
    • sense impressions, because as ordinary physics says, there is no sense
    • kind of distillation of the higher sense impressions. Wherever you
    • sense impressions. I illustrated this yesterday in the case of the
    • that cannot be brought out into space. You cannot express in space the
    • to take on form if its own pressure were opposed by an equal and
    • opposite pressure brought to bear from the outside. These things have
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    • where heat, pressure and the expansion of bodies are related. You will
    • is under the normal atmospheric pressure, and where there is no water
    • only if there is a pressure on top of the column. For in the barometer
    • tube, there is no pressure on the top of the column. There is only
    • empty space and the mercury column balances the atmospheric pressure
    • depression is brought about by the pressure of the water vapor, by the
    • down here. We see therefore, that vapor always presses on the
    • confining walls. Moreover, a definite pressure corresponds to a
    • mercury column sinks, due to the increased pressure of the vapor. Thus
    • we see that the vapor increases its pressure on the wall more and more
    • than the column which is under the pressure of the water vapor. We
    • experiment with heat. You will see that the pressure becomes
    • rises, since with smaller vapor tension there is less pressure.
    • same conditions as water shows a widely different pressure. Not only
    • is the pressure exerted by a vapor dependent on the temperature, but
    • slightly) due to the rise in vapor pressure. We can again in this
    • sufficiently great pressure, it will melt at a temperature below its
    • melting point under ordinary pressure.
    • temperature but simply exert a strong pressure on the ice. This we can
    • shows that fluidity is brought about under the pressure of the wire,
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    • such was not the case, because as soon as the pressure of the wire
    • the pressure. Therefore, since we preserved the ice as ice, the heat
    • am using the expression advisedly.
    • center. If I may express myself somewhat paradoxically I might say:
    • world as it is expressed in the air lies on this side of the heat
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    • using a flame, raise the pressure of the vapor, and thus bring about a
    • all steam engines are moved. Heat is turned into work through pressure
    • change. By letting the pressure come through from one side we raise
    • the bell up and by letting the vapor cool, the pressure is lessened,
    • as I have said, expressed current physical views in the form of
    • 19th century, we see that such ideas as expressed by
    • expresses himself about the conditions within which we live. We live
    • And the form of the solid, what is it? It is the impress of the
    • struggle. This structure that forms itself in the solid is the impress
    • an expression from the realm of morals, and does not let the perpetuum
    • expression in them. Fluids are more susceptible to its action. In
    • have, if I may employ the expression, 12 color conditions in all. This
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    • view of the physical that was, as it were, incompletely expressed in
    • really taking place in the realm of heat expresses itself in the gas
    • What I have here expressed, my friends, is treated by the physics of
    • express as follows: that which we call tone exists in a non-manifested
    • wave-motion that expresses itself as condensation and rarefaction in
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    • an expansion and this expansion makes itself evident by a depression
    • market expansion. You can see the definite depression of the mercury.
    • space. We cannot find a symbol which expresses spatially how the facts
    • human being? It is characterized by its pressure effects. If I go
    • from the pressure manifestation of matter to my ideas about form, then
    • the negative of pressure, or suction, must come into the picture.
    • if we consider materiality as symbolized by pressure. We must think of
    • symbolized by pressure. If we go beyond matter we come to nothing, to
    • to that which sucks up matter. We go from pressure to suction. Then we
    • pressure. Human nature properly conceived must be thought of as
    • pressure. That is unfortunate for modern physics. What we must learn
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    • alcohol column down on this side and up on this one. This depression
    • alternates between the sphere of pressure and the sphere of suction.
    • the border between pressure and
    • suction forces. The forces of pressure run their course in space, but
    • place neither in the pressure nor in the suction realms, but on the
    • equilibrium tendency between pressure effects of a material sort and
    • material that we are assuming the pressure effects —
    • manifest through pressure forces. Thus, indeed, we come to an
    • alternation between pressure and suction effects, but in such a way
    • and, on the other hand, pressure spatially manifested. Instead of
    • If the physicist expresses by formulae certain processes, and he has
    • negative sign — when pressure forces are made negative —
    • half included, for in this realm we have both pressure and suction
    • from adding to the modern technology, knowing only pressures —
    • pressure, but suction forces qualitatively opposite to
    • pressure.)
    • but his way of expressing the matter is extremely interesting.
    • “There is no meaning in expressing as work a heat quantity which
    • where doubts are expressed which must arise from a straightforward
    • certain effects, pressure effects. Here is the non-spatial (red)
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    • reveal themselves under the influence of light. I have to express
    • method of expression in physics would be as follows: an opaque body is
    • this form of expression because it is not a reflection of the facts,
    • you are expressing what really flows and this not a heat quantity,
    • distance it is expressed by the factor
    • the time. Thus we have W as an expression of the quantity of heat
    • temperature within the body. The following formula expresses the
    • the formulae to express the relations within a field of actual
    • calculation has to involve the mathematical relations expressed in
    • turned, then none of the mathematical expressions so far given would
    • be possible to set up a completely formulated expression. The fact
    • are expressed by the numerical formulations, such ideas as the
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    • difference in pressure, etc.
    • expressed as follows: Suppose we paint a landscape and hang the
    • physical phenomena today, the things that bear the impress of physical
    • come to a certain view so neatly expressed by Eduard von Hartmann. The
    • view has been expressed by Eduard von Hartmann as follows: “The
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    • expressed in the material world.
    • forces are expressing themselves as pressures. This mutual interaction
    • pressure effects of ponderable matter to the suction effects of the
    • is transformed. The suction effect is transformed into a pressure
    • pressing that have to be accomplished in the three paths of human
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    • of expressions ‘Large’ and ‘Small’. But we must
    • is non-existent. The expressions used therefore are only similes for
    • ‘longing for the lost’. Expressions like these are used only
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    • during this experience in a cosmic world in the making is expressed by
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    • The expression “Rosicrucian method” is intended only to
    • expression to the primeval wisdom in a form enabling it to be acceptable
    • age. We, however, wish to take modern life and its forms of expression
    • expression — and in the very first years of life changes particularly
    • weeks of life. This body of light gradually presses into and is then
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    • to occult investigation. Why do we use this expression, “world
    • expression of certain beings of soul. Here again we will study the results
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    • the physical world as an expression of spiritual forces and Beings; the
    • in the cloud are expressions of the feelings and experiences that play
    • its numerous vertebrae is an expression of the etheric body in the
    • comes to expression in the blood, the astral body in the nerves, the
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    • the physical world as an expression of spiritual forces and Beings; the
    • exactitude when he enters the spiritual world. The first impression
    • impressive pictures. You experience in Devachan what unites human beings
    • to give expression to it. The impulse has led the thought to take on
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    • the physical world as an expression of spiritual forces and Beings; the
    • Expression ofSpiritual Forces and Beings.
    • physical world is an expression of spiritual influences, facts and beings.
    • To express it more or less abstractly, it is rather as if a thought matures
    • companionship between the souls themselves is expressed in the play of the
    • determine the karma of the human being. This can be expressed by saying
    • in later life come to expression as the power of blessing, as outstreaming
    • is then a kind of physical expression of the spirit of the world, a
    • material expression of the spiritual.
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    • the physical world as an expression of spiritual forces and Beings; the
    • or a being was always organically linked with what each was to express.
    • coincide with what the occultist means by the word. The modern expression
    • account of certain organic conditions this made such an impression that
    • move far, far over the earth and to give expression to cosmic facts.
    • impact of the primeval tone in the watery substance is expressed in
    • then dissolved. Such were the conditions on Old Moon. The Bible expresses
    • Anthroposophic Press, 1972, pp. 125–6.
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    • the physical world as an expression of spiritual forces and Beings; the
    • and who, together with the forms that belong to them and express what
    • outer expressions the condition that had been essential to their life
    • conditions of space and movement are all the expression and effect of
    • an ego-man could come into existence at all as the expression of ego
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    • the physical world as an expression of spiritual forces and Beings; the
    • is a more pictorial way of expressing it but that is how the process
    • He knew and taught that the world outside is not maya but the expression
    • by man. Two fundamental streams come to expression in the cultures that
    • of the gods in space and reveres the stellar wisdom as the expression.
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    • the physical world as an expression of spiritual forces and Beings; the
    • expression in the realm of earth to all their faculties, the more did the
    • the life of my body, the etheric existence of my senses, the expression
    • teaching that the material is only the physiognomy, the expression of
    • being whose name was inexpressible and might be uttered only in the
    • the expression of a great cosmic event but also of the greatest of all
    • the physical expression of the ego flowed from the wounds of the Redeemer
    • as the expression of human freedom and independence. In ancient times
    • expression of the ego. Blood kinship and the ties of blood were the
    • with the full expression of the “I” the power flowing from
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    • the physical world as an expression of spiritual forces and Beings; the
    • the contrast between religion and science, expressed as it is in the
    • finding its ultimate expression in Kant. There is to be found in Kant
    • of sensory impressions although he is surrounded by a material world?
    • body. The impressions from the spiritual world are now imprinted into the
    • the spiritual world based on actual experience; the impressions received
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    • the ages, have striven to press through to the source of truth.
    • responsive echo of the realm which expressed itself through him. No
    • impression of the work of art will not be interfered with, if I now
    • might have a direct artistic impression, but that one who could get
    • symbolical images to express his most intimate thoughts. Anyone who
    • put them into symbolical form, and expressed them by symbols. This
    • be too arid, too dry and cold to express the highest truths. Besides
    • Divine Truth, as Theosophy. Goethe has expressed this conviction in
    • gave expression to this in his “West-Ostlichen Divan,”
    • Alchemy consisted only in the symbolical expressions of realities.
    • That which Spinoza expresses at the end of his “Ethics,”
    • Testament too we find this expression in the conversation between
    • understood perfectly what was signified by the expression “born
    • expressed in the words, “Ye must know that I cannot be paid
    • radiating light, — Goethe expresses these thoughts in another
    • it could not perceive the light.” Here he expresses in poetic
    • words what he expressed in the fairy tale in pictures; what we in
    • Anthroposophy call “occult knowledge” is expressed by the
    • which can be expressed in words, but in an inner resolve; that was
    • clearly expressed in the “Fairy Tale” itself, the giant
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    • impressive way he found words to point out that which to him seemed
    • expressed himself in an absolutely Anthroposophical sense. In his
    • We have expressed the paying of this debt by saying that payment must
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    • expressing this primeval unity was indicated by the sacred name,
    • Akashic Record the way this twofold form of mankind expressed itself.
    • Buddhi, or life-spirit, will find expression in man through the
    • Mediator. This harmony can only find its expression in an eternal law
    • expression in the fact that in man himself people saw an image of the
    • the appearance, on the direct impression. It does not merely listen to
    • have just expressed. That is the fact that not only the Threefoldness,
    • because, if we truly understand what the Christmas festival expresses,
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    • in which he tries to express how man can penetrate with his feelings
    • Here is expressed the mood through which Goethe, out of his feeling
    • expressed in the Christmas festival.
    • has existed wherever religious feeling was expressed. If you direct
    • the counter forces of nature was expressed in most languages. Today we
    • have felt how the days have grown shorter, which is an expression of
    • living expression for a spiritual experience of the Godhead that
    • unconsciously on its dwelling place, and it is this that is expressed
    • human soul is expressed, of course, in the picture of the sun victory.
    • also expressed in the Christian view when it says there shall be glory
    • means. It is the expression of the glory permeating the world. This
    • We see in it the external expression and physiognomy of the divine
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    • experience only the outer pictorial expression of the highest
    • impressed upon them. Then they were led to their awakening. The moment
    • The Rose Cross also expresses this symbol of the death of the lower
    • expressed the same thought in the words:
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    • sense impressions. The spiritual is in a sense always hidden from
    • express how we can arrive at this, I can clothe it in simple words:,
    • or not, does not signify; the point is the impression that this wide
    • external impressions, all our memories, all the cares and troubles of
    • life, and can yield ourselves completely to the single impression of
    • have here called a pious devotion; the impression of the blue vault of
    • this in such a way as to forget all the external impressions which can
    • before our sight,” but (and I remark expressly that I am telling
    • which can be thus expressed: “I now understand what I experience
    • the outer natural impression has disappeared and in its place a moral
    • impression is left. The green of the plant tells me how I ought to
    • thoughts, to cherish ideas.” Here again an external impression of
    • sight-impressions into moral perceptions, so too can one transform
    • impressions of sound into moral perceptions. Suppose we listen to a
    • possible to describe something of what gradually impresses itself upon
    • moral impressions. Let us now suppose that we penetrate into the inner
    • transformed into a moral impression. But in our feeling we notice
    • — that must be the physical impression of nature when we plunge
    • everything that produces an impression, if we exert ourselves while
    • hear nothing, but to let the impression so affect us that something
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    • lecture; and in this way, we receive in our imagination the impression
    • through the sense impressions but morally. If we wish, however, to
    • antipathy come to expression in what these beings cause to flow into
    • are also connected with these beings. An old expression has therefore
    • earth-planet, expresses itself in day and night, is brought about by
    • bodies and still remain conscious — an impression of the
    • veil, woven of material physical impressions, we come to the etheric
    • simultaneously, then our common life with the planet so expresses
    • impression, the traces, of those worlds which lie behind; as if we
    • the world of nature-spirits expresses itself from behind these
    • direct the nature-spirits. That is expressed in Maya, in external
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    • an idea of what takes place in his soul by what is expressed, in his
    • his inner being in mimic art; when, in short, he gives expression to
    • whenever they manifest, when they express what they themselves are;
    • manifest it, as long as in any way they express it outwardly. We might
    • self-expression in this manifestation; and when they enter their inner
    • result is a lie. In order to make this clearer, we can express a
    • can only perceive their inner nature. They would, under the impression
    • it, but no definition can express it. But a symbol, a simple symbol
    • expression in the actions performed by whole peoples or whole races,
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    • skin; it creates, as it were, an impression of itself, makes itself
    • expressed in the form. We can describe how a man may train himself to
    • the expression of his inner being. As we have said, that can also be
    • bearing, gestures, and the facial expression of the human being. But
    • facial expression in man to work upon him, it produces stimulations
    • gestures, imitative expression, and physiognomy of man; if he remains
    • the Second Hierarchy permeate all nature, and find expression in the
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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
    • influences us from our spiritual environment when we press forward to
    • would only be possible to gain some idea of the impression which the
    • decades; and this look can make such an impression on us that it
    • words he can give us such an impression of all this rich life of
    • experience of decades, or like a phrase which is so expressed that we
    • hear not merely the thoughts, but realise: “This phrase expressed
    • undertone, we gain an idea of the impression which the trained
    • stamping of impressions of their own being; and what in the beings of
    • is an impression of their own being. When this is detached from them,
    • up a conception of what is inexpressible, and should be veiled in holy
    • form expresses what lives in him as his higher principles —
    • planet its form expresses to us the work of the Spirits of Form. Just
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    • that the ordinary materialistic theory as expressed in Kant-Laplace,
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    • expressions he means something essentially different. It certainly
    • definite impression; we should have a very definite occult experience.
    • something else from which he has the same impression as that connected
    • impression as is made upon one by visualizing all the moons, is also
    • natural science as an external difference is Maya. The impression made
    • Let us now go further and try to describe the impression which occult
    • impression clear to himself and imprints it upon his memory in order
    • to describe it, he must again, later, compare this impression with
    • something which differs from the impression he received from the
    • him the same impression as does the totality of the planets of a
    • upon him. This is an impression which it is extremely difficult to
    • impression of all the animals on the earth — that would be, too
    • something producing a similar impression to that made by the totality
    • the impression of all the forms working in the animal kingdom
    • case, to the Sun, and try to gain an impression of the fixed star in
    • notice the impression made by the forces active in the fixed star, we
    • up a similar impression. This again is somewhat difficult, because
    • plant-forms, and gain the occult impression of that which works and
    • recalls the impression we received from the inner development of the
    • moons, is really very striking as regards the occult impression. This
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    • impression of that which corresponds to the physical heavenly body.
    • as a perception-picture through a direct impression, it will then be
    • impression that the external physical moon disappears, and in its
    • place something appears which gives the impression of being like a
    • memory-picture. One has the impression that that which otherwise
    • physically, though everything physical is a Maya) gives the impression
    • impression which begins to tell us past things to work upon us, it
    • things as they appear to occult vision. The impression one then
    • describe the impression we receive from the moon. We can say:
    • soon as this impression appears to clairvoyant vision, it is then
    • impressions into a sort of harmony; and this bringing into harmony is
    • When we compare the two impressions, we may ask: How has the one
    • earth condition. We then have the impression that this transition has
    • planets of our planetary system, can become aware of the impressions
    • certain way with these clairvoyant impressions. I will once more give
    • impressions one with another.” Try to make clear to yourself what
    • apart from one another in time, and you then gain a general impression
    • succeeding in allowing his vision to be impressed — let us say
    • separate impressions, not individually but in relation and connection
    • the feeling that through the comparison of these impressions he again
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    • what man does. Now, those who express themselves thus have not grasped
    • the expression, “The animal group-ego is to be found on the
    • was expressed in Buddhism. Other impulses of civilisation coming from
    • expressed in that stream of civilisation. It is indeed the case that
    • movement expressed in their spiral coil of leaves; it is the same
    • of Wisdom related to the Spirits of Motion who, on their part, express
    • Blavatsky intended to express this in her theory; it would never have
    • expressed, which will be so much the more recognized the more the
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    • the planets create, each through its own original nature, is expressed
    • the etheric body of the mineral, is pressed in from outside. Whereas
    • is compressed together from outside by forces; thus in the mineral the
    • content, the inner nature expressed in the etheric stream is, by means
    • of active astral forces compressed into the form. The mineral is held
    • relation to this astral pressure. One might say that the etheric
    • etheric substance passes down from the planets, and is only compressed
    • to our senses, and to find an external expression for it, we can
    • place which, in a modified way, expresses itself, as it were, in a
    • everything is compressed into the physical plane which as it were, for
    • Light-bearers pressing forward, who, at the same time, are the
    • Jehovah; the truth nevertheless presses through, and the description
    • expression of a truth. The presentation given from inspiration by
    • to represent the true connection in order that the expression used in
    • With regard to the heavenly bodies which, as the expression of the
    • All-Divine Life, which before It comes to expression in the physical,
    • reflections, also gain a moral impression which must, if we allow the
    • actually reach that heavenly language which expresses the significance
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    • external image can express it. So it had to be clearly and strongly
    • to imagine that beyond all that can be spiritually expressed by means
    • step. This is particularly expressed in the second Commandment that
    • says, “You shall not create any false impressions of my name, of what
    • lives in you as ego, for a true impression makes you healthy and
    • strong, whereby you will prosper, whereas a false impression will
    • Commandment it is expressly indicated: “You, man, in that you are a
    • stronger prejudice than that expressed by saying that during Moses's
    • could be impressed into them with the greatest might. They received
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    • Christ Jesus Himself expressed, in the most penetrating thoughts, the
    • physical expression for the ego and the consciousness soul is the
    • blood, and where it brings itself most clearly to expression is in the
    • heart, as expression of the purified ego. Christ said, therefore,
    • expression of the ego, the divine in man.
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    • work from seven years to seven years (he need not express this in
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    • every man: I say expressly — to every man. But to the path of
    • the expression — a super-religious way. The religions which in
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    • or how it expressed itself in the wonderful creations of
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    • expression in the manner in which the feet are set down in the
    • expressed abstractly, but that a living stream of thought is flowing
    • thinking which we express in speech. This manner in which we
    • with that which comes to expression in breathing, in blood
    • words, through the idealistic attitude expressed in his speaking, he
    • impressive thing that can be observed is the learning to walk. Human
    • The primary measure of destiny is expressed in the learning to walk.
    • describe. Since it is difficult to characterize, I shall express this
    • personal destiny is expressed, we receive from the Archai, out of
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    • express this; everything was then enveloped in pictures, but the
    • Golgotha has come about, this became in a way the expression for what
    • out from this expression that He was not there only when the Event of
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    • say a few words of greeting to express the feelings which your
    • impression I had when this friend appeared in cap and gown. It seemed
    • write a letter now, under the immediate impression of this meeting, I
    • generation. This older generation expressed itself in words; you
    • clearly expressed, it could be seen — on the one side there
    • routine.” Although not clearly expressed — for today
    • nothing is clearly expressed — this state of thing[s] had existed
    • the outset I can only describe a few impressions to illustrate what
    • expression of what is reigning in the innermost soul of the modern
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    • science. It is sometimes necessary to express such things
    • could express this in other ways too: Human beings strive toward
    • is a picture that often came before the soul, and it expressed an
    • have been trying to find forms of expression — for as there are
    • forms of expression for the life of thought, so too for the life of
    • feeling — they have always been trying to find expressions for
    • greatest warmth of youth, broke out into the vaguest expressions
    • when they came to express what it was that they were seeking, it was
    • supposed to be pressed out of reason. Then Savigny and others
    • discovered that nothing more could be pressed out of reason. People
    • science. How did man express his relation to the world? By reference
    • asleep — you will not be surprised that I use this expression.
    • the all-embracing, unexpressed riddle of man and of the world. The
    • I can only express it in a picture — are like one who only half
    • light today into the souls of the young. It expresses itself in the
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    • has a strange impression if one sees a little further than the
    • that time gave the same impression as an ant-hill, they were all
    • not impress the oriental at all; he despises it. But he himself has
    • whether the words express the Spirit. When I compare much of the
    • theosophical sectarianism told me of his impression of the lectures in
    • hall.” The pleasant sensation, you see, was expressed in terms
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    • symptomatically expressed in the philosophical expositions of ethics.
    • age expresses itself in what the philosophers say. No one will
    • what the philosophers express in their writings.
    • expressed in philosophical terms.
    • impression upon him, because he realized more deeply than
    • although not expressed in these words. Anyone who has steeped himself
    • ideas to which he gave poetic expression. The one was the idea of the
    • third of the nineteenth century Nietzsche tried to express a mood
    • In the realm of the moral this is expressed by people saying: There
    • naturally, it is not so clear when expressed in words. Young people
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    • saying this I want to describe an impression which, I believe, may be
    • about the world-riddle was expressed in the paradigm: “Man,
    • what lies in the words “Man, know thyself!” expresses
    • this way of expressing the formula is an intimation that no answer is
    • religiousness, into a religiousness that expresses itself directly in
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    • inwardly old. It was not clearly expressed in words, but in other
    • tiredness. One must express it thus, though it sounds pedantic.
    • experience. To give this concrete expression I should have to say:
    • power of pictorial expression for what appear abstract things, there
    • incapacity to get tired, raged, — forgive the expression —
    • experiments to be made and for the results to be clearly expressed.
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    • spiritual world which expressed itself in the acceptance of thought
    • macrocosmic evolution? This problem became increasingly pressing in
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    • expressed in concepts, these were only the language through which to
    • concepts to the impressions from outside, but lives within the free
    • concept might be expressed as follows: Up to now the astral body has
    • were not able to express it. Try to sense that by feeling this, you
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    • still got to know each other in this way and many expressions with
    • blessing to the world around them. It can be expressed concisely by
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    • expression on a countenance, or of the way young people grow in five
    • a dull, repressed form between the seventh and fourteenth years. They
    • was such that it really only expressed outwardly visible gestures and
    • content, is of the nature of gesture, of surface; it expresses itself
    • impress other people who are of an opposite opinion, for if you do so
    • seriously. Today it would make a similar impression as the following
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    • saying: Take what I have tried to express as if I had wanted, above
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    • express it pictorially—tend to go out with our being beyond our
    • Conversely, think of all that presses us down upon the earth, all that
    • like to drive us out beyond ourselves. Expressed in pathological
    • expression which Nietzsche has often employed, namely the expression:
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    • the cosmic evolution of man. What finds its expression today in the
    • expression, has animal descent; a strange animal descent, to be sure.
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    • intelligent being, must be included in this symbolic expression. Thus,
    • can be symbolically expressed, as has been stated, by virtue of our
    • Anthroposophic Press, New York] as Jupiter stage, Venus
    • oppresses our souls like a terrible nightmare. We see today how the
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    • current expression, as an inner deficiency. They will not find what
    • instance, is a classical example for this. He has expressed certain
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    • of their thinking contradicts what they thus express. Only through
    • expression in the soul of man. Not to find God the Father is a
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    • formulations. That which surges in the depths of human souls expresses
    • of the modern age pressed onward more and more toward conceiving of
    • omnipotence of the necessity of nature. One does not express it in
    • expressed this in my books by saying: what we designate today as
    • fatalism which is expressed in nature necessity. For education,
    • use the paradoxical expression, in order to obscure, through
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    • an Outline {Anthroposophic Press, New York} I have called this
    • sounding he designated as dark, shadowy. And that which thus expressed
    • this process of reception of the light impression and its eventual
    • difference in the earth process. Expressing this in a comprehensive
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    • older people that have died. It is easiest to express these things
    • my dear friends; we must take the expression I am going to use in a
    • expresses itself as pain in his life in us.
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    • Not yet translated. Anthroposophic Press, New York.} many artistic
    • Anthroposophic Press, New York.} This spiritual being whom we call the
    • Although, under the impressions of our catastrophic times, people have
    • if we understand the expression in a qualified sense — the
    • Denkmethoden. (Not yet translated) Anthroposophic Press, New
    • repetition of what preceded them. If one expresses something great in
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    • constantly oppressed and distressed; the family constitutes a
    • with the dragon, they do so by using the technical expression:
    • I shall express myself more explicitly. There are two ways of thinking
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    • a modern psychiatrist,” depicting it expressionistically. The
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    • induced, gave the impression that her hysteria was connected
    • express herself in any language but English. Dr. Breuer then
    • made such an impression on the human soul life as to
    • have no objection to this expression, but wish only to point
    • discusses, and the way in which he often expresses himself. But
    • prominent thinkers are impressed by it. And this sort of
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    • express it thus — but also with evil gods. And all these
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    • of course all the impressions that approach the soul from
    • distinguish true from false impressions, although they appear
    • and absolutely expresses the spiritual law. Hence, if the
    • that he becomes an expression of the qualities which he brought
    • natural law, then you will gain an acute impression of
    • spell correctly — we need only to be able to express our
    • through, by working towards a feeling, an impression of a world
    • realize that it makes an impression upon the devachanic world.
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    • sense-impression a picture of this world, remaining in
    • effect. It is necessary for us to impress this upon our
    • describe by an expression used throughout the Middle Ages as
    • physical eyes, and receives a sense impression. Let us
    • sense impressions being admitted — what the eye
    • really express the essential nature of sight? Then we see the
    • and the world. Impressions of an objective sense-world,
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    • character, its phrenological expression — if we
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    • spiritual the further we press forward in cognition, so that we
    • tendency to depression when forming his recollections,
    • such a way as to make memory a source of depression. The entire
    • abnormal pressing out of thoughts.
    • will see undoubtedly that the thoughts which are pressed out
    • specifically, hypochondriacal symptoms, depression, in
    • is autonomous, and the heart only brings to expression the
    • to this time, if I may so express myself, we continue to spread
    • were the two polarities when expressed exoterically, and thus
    • hunger. The pressing forward to a karmic event is the result of
    • heart; and when they are pressed out prematurely and enter the
    • compressed coercive thoughts with all that we receive and
    • carpet of the sense impressions, we attain to the spiritual. We
    • be first expressed by analogies; yet they are not mere
    • issues from the spirit and soul and is expressed in words
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    • racial father Abraham. We must hold that fast: that expressed itself
    • of group-soulness. One felt what expressed itself in Abraham as the
    • we go back in human evolution, the less do we find expressed the
    • idea whereby the group-soulness chiefly expresses itself loses meaning
    • the sap of the spiritual, if one may express it thus. You can trace
    • express what is material. Because of this, what is in our soul while
    • disembodied soul. It does not even hear or perceive what one expresses
    • already experienced that when one wanted to express the good feeling
    • thorough idealists, express themselves entirely in a materialistic
    • express it strongly, one could say: The whole earth with all it
    • it, and that will be the oppressive feeling in the future of those who
    • express itself more and more in the external nature of man; and that
    • and yet, again experiences unindividually, will express itself by
    • individual will express itself externally. That will form the
    • variety how the individual ego expresses itself even into the gesture.
    • group-soulness will come to expression by their countenance receiving
    • more the power of expressing externally his inner being. There exists
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    • found its most significant expression in Gautama Buddha. That also
    • to find a suitable body), then he would not be able to express the
    • instruments were not there, in order to express on earth the
    • will express such powers as Zarathustra possessed. That means, one
    • there came to expression the mission of the Abrahamitic people: I get
    • wonderfully expressed in the Bible, that the mission of Abraham is
    • wonderfully expressed. The people itself is the mission of Abraham;
    • faculties, according to their nature, by expressions derived from the
    • place of Isaac. That is the external expression for the sacrifice of
    • him. That expressed itself in certain people, who represented as it
    • to expression as an atavistic remnant in what Joseph represents,
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    • method of expression among men at the time when Christ Jesus walked on
    • We express through speech what we want to say. And what lives in our
    • In this method of expressing through speech what lives in our soul,
    • that wonderful method of expression which was still possible in the
    • high degree in this connection pedants. Our languages only express
    • Speech only expresses now pedantry, fundamentally. How should this be
    • is the external expression. But one can be initiated into the sun
    • express by saying: The forces flow in so that the sun stands in the
    • which one must express by saying: The forces flow in as if the sun
    • stands in the sign of the Balance or Scales. They are the expressions
    • one designates it with the expression: It stands in the sign of the
    • Initiation. And because one must express that symbolically, with the
    • of the heavens as a means of expression. So that John the Baptist
    • expression of that time.
    • Our modern means of expression is pedantic. If a man stands before us,
    • in our pedantic way of expression we have but the one word: there is a
    • where our eyes think they see a man. Just try and take this expression
    • expression was applied to Christ Jesus Himself. How must one have
    • expression was so used, that Christ Jesus was in his home in the
    • Especially in the John Gospel the expression is so used, that under
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    • Augustine had to pass through the impressions of the most
    • (this is coarsely expressed, but it can be expressed in this
    • their very content, similar to the impressions made by the
    • impression of materialising the spirit, as though it presented
    • impressions on our other Sense-organs, are really so
    • to here is expressed in two directions. The one is this. When a
    • impression that the structure of his Church accords absolutely
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    • may use that expression, he would not have external nature
    • expressed this in his interpretation of natural phenomena. Man
    • press forward again to a spiritual world and a bridge must be
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    • expression of esoteric truths. Today I should like to speak of one of
    • understand the language in which they are expressed. To-day I want to
    • lightning. Fire was the comprehensive expression for the causes of all
    • the sign of fire is what is primarily expressed in the Prometheus
    • Mystery-drama of Prometheus is an expression of what is to evolve as
    • The saga thus expresses great cosmic truths. That is why I said at the
    • fifth root-race in every single man. What is here expressed in the
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    • wisdom. The priests of the Greek. Mysteries expressed this whole
    • expression of the founding of the Greek Mystery-schools.
    • Odyssey? Odysseus himself is its expression. Let us turn back for a
    • expressed symbolically as the changing of the comrades of Odysseus
    • underworld, the narrator wants to express the fact that the hero
    • This found its expression in the Vedas, and in what the Persian
    • the fifth root-race, is expressed in the perpetual weaving and
    • wanted to express in his profound saga.
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    • It expresses the fact that the northern peoples supplied the basis
    • fifth sub-race. The import of this transition finds expression in the
    • plane. The northern saga-world is so interesting because it expresses
    • saga. The sagas of the southern peoples express a step up; in them the
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    • how the various myths and sagas are expressions of an esoteric
    • you find that they are an expression of the whole plan of development
    • expression in time in the gradual training to independence of the
    • pontoi pilatoi”, which means merely “in compressed
    • responsibility. In the Trojan war the mythical comes to expression.
    • sub-race of the fifth root-race is a symbolical expression of the
    • expression for quite other things than the purely artistic. Here is
    • The poet, the initiate, who speaks of such things, always expresses
    • The expression ‘Kundalini fire’ is used by Dr. Steiner in the first
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    • give the impression of something arbitrary that only
    • and the occultist expresses this relationship differently from the
    • the physical world, receive musical impressions from the strings'
    • You can see that the expression, “celestial harmony”, is
    • expressed itself. The outer seeing of objects was developed quite
    • physical body corresponded to these measures. This is expressed in
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    • of its height, breadth and length were expressed the proportions of
    • architectural style, which expresses itself in the arch that consists
    • God that should express or mean this or that. Something much deeper
    • House of God was to receive quite definite soul impressions. When one
    • a derogatory expression for “parson”), in the thirteenth
    • the forms of these buildings into their souls show the expression of
    • human shape forms itself through such impressions. What was built
    • impressions, new impressions, and form its body correspondingly, for
    • the outer expression for souls who reached a much higher stage of
    • expresses itself in the fish form, for this is the highest material
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    • necessary to mention the symbols that are expressed in numbers, even
    • space is expressed. Now we shall turn our attention to a more
    • expression for this that holds good in all occult schools: 1 = (2-x)
    • formula that expresses how Oneness can be divided and the parts so
    • 1: We feel this mathematical expression to be a
    • and he used the expression from above.
    • expression in the text.
    • satisfied with the above expression. Of course, it is up to
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    • now can only express the contents of his soul through his larynx, but
    • then he will express himself. As men in the future will be able to
    • which they expressed all things that are around us today. It is they
    • but seeming. In reality, all matter is an expression of spirituality,
    • consciousness. This is expressed in the Rose Cross by E. D. N., Ex
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    • expressed itself in a form which the man of the present day can but
    • the outer physical expression of the spiritual realities which people
    • external expression. Thus did the gaze of man, before the Atlantean
    • words in their different languages, they expressed the gradations of
    • Rishis spoke of the spiritual hierarchies, they expressed in their
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    • care to express it by images — and then they are condemned to a
    • nothing else than an outward expression of spiritual processes. All
    • impressed on his physical eye. Something is always passing from the
    • another kind of man, one who works spiritually on the impressions he
    • impressions. What does such a man do? Through his own spiritual
    • everything depresses him — when he is pessimistic — these
    • and discontented, becomes through his depression the gaoler of
    • spirits can return to the spiritual world. If through his depression
    • moon, and if through your depression you unite yourself with those
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    • liberated in the human soul by the impression of something red, did
    • impressions of warmth and also of cold. And if you made a drawing of
    • forth the first fire bodies. If we may so express it: within that
    • the spiritual world. I shall now make use of a trivial expression
    • only because it pleased the Archangels better, if one may so express
    • regularity were produced. If I may use the expression: the eggs were
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    • of Personality impressed their mark on the whole of Saturn in a much
    • more intense way than they would otherwise have done; they impressed
    • could have been observed it would have given the impression of a
    • the power of those Beings consist, how is it expressed? It consists
    • in names people looked for the expression of the things represented;
    • Zodiac. These are the principal expressions for the Cherubim; for in
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    • Himself, who, as is beautifully expressed in Christian Western
    • naturally expressed more figuratively than it really is, for we have
    • to express in human words such sublime activities, for which, in
    • to express such sublime activity as that, for instance, when the
    • naturally very figuratively expressed. — of putting things into
    • figuratively we can express it thus: An old solar system disappeared
    • who soars to such ideas that gas under conditions of pressure can
    • or fire-air. You find this expression used in Faust, for
    • Goethe knew it well, and you find the expression fire-mist also used
    • we call the Dominions, or Spirit of Wisdom. It is they who now press
    • inwards from outside and who originally pressed together the mighty
    • pressure to bear upon it, until the ancient Sun became the size of a
    • beings, how external things appear to us as the expression, the
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    • expressly observe to you that this has no importance, and has nothing
    • higher Beings, who proclaim and express themselves through the man.
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    • contradiction between this or that expression. This happens only
    • of mist is now compressed between those two streams.
    • we must also see in it a point, where a ball of compressed water has
    • finds expression in speech, in tone; but all tone-formation is
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    • of all expresses symmetry — the arms, for Gemini; the thoracic
    • outward expression in the old Testament. It shines in that wisdom
    • whole of this new astral shape is impressed upon the etheric body, so
    • is impressed upon it which has been refashioned in the astral body.
    • Budhi impresses itself upon the physical body — then yet a
    • Dharmakaya. These are names, expressions which one often meets with
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    • expressed his thoughts in stone in this cathedral, will that have no
    • He — if I may express it so — reveals Himself through His
    • dare express myself in trivial words — a number of Beings from
    • illustrate the victories fought out in heaven. They express what
    • where it is specially clearly expressed. It is, of course, not meant
    • The ‘I’ expresses itself through the blood. Just as the
    • material substance of blood is the expression of the ‘I’,
    • Saturn fire, is the expression of the Ego in the elements. This Being
    • had to find expression physically in a twofold way; first through
    • expressed in the moments of inspiration. And so it happened from
    • expression in his lower passions. That through which he succumbs to
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    • till evening to the impressions of the outer world, which works on
    • we want to use an expression of the sense-world we might say
    • wish to express it radically, this whole outer sense-world becomes
    • expresses itself in the fact that, although often only for a short
    • by the expression brain, heart, etc., what wonderful instruments and
    • this moment without being depressed by it, must be acquired during
    • consists, abstractly expressed, in making the active, positive
    • might be expressed by the following illustrations. I had supposed up
    • expression of the carriage which has passed there and in which a
    • expression for the thing itself.
    • which passed there. In fire we have only an outer expression. Behind
    • spiritual entity, which has only its outer expression in the outer
    • outer garment, the outer expression of divine spiritual beings behind
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    • expression I used, and not ‘Elementary Spirits.’
    • expression of some being is found, as for example, fire or air, the
    • beings whose expression is physical fire, man must ascend to a region
    • send down an expression of themselves into the lower world, but
    • here to those special psychic experiences usually expressed by the
    • the outer expression of fire hides the spirits of the element of
    • ancient peoples, expressed in their mythology, confirm what spiritual
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    • there are others having no expression or manifestation in the
    • no expression in the physical world. Experiences await the initiate
    • spiritual facts that have no expression in the inner life of the
    • felt the mystery of the birth of the Earth to be expressed by the
    • expressions Saturn, Sun and Moon had other equivalents in the
    • is a wonderful picture, expressed in beautiful language, of what
    • If we are able rightly to interpret the expressions used, it is also
    • it expresses only a portion of the whole truth. Just as from the rest
    • expressions of the secrets underlying human evolution. The teachings
    • external expressions or manifestations. In the spiritual realm behind
    • beings which do not descend so far as the physical world, but express
    • world, and earth history is only the outer expression of this
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    • in the many coloured tapestry of colour impressions, warmth
    • impressions etc., or in the phenomena of the elements of fire, air,
    • the spiritual beings of whom it is an expression and manifestation;
    • ancient Persians who pressed on to Western Asia. [These
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    • contradistinction to the ‘I.’ In order to express the
    • veiled by the life of the soul, was expressed by saying instead of
    • world subjectively, to use the Greek expressions. Later on in
    • initiation felt these impressions more clearly and powerfully. I
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    • of evolution is expressed by the very fact that the etheric and
    • various senses, and gathers the different impressions together by
    • express an inner soul experience and an impression that comes, in a
    • civilisation. At that time the inner impressions were a much truer
    • expressed not only in great things but also in small ones. These
    • and had entered into his present state. Formerly, men did not express
    • invented, but are the expressions of a profound primeval wisdom
    • embraced the whole world in his feeling, and this is expressed in the
    • important Myths express this very fact. It was known, for instance,
    • old clairvoyance. This is what the Greeks wanted to express and they
    • facts consciousness has existed; and has been expressed in the Myths
    • it for the good. That too has been expressed in the Myths. There is
    • impressions or manifestations of the human soul can be comprehended
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    • the pupils of the Apollonian mystery-schools was expressed the fact
    • That is the meaning of the deep expression, an expression which is
    • in pictorial form, if the expression may be permitted; yet these
    • is expressed, if we regard its exterior form, we find it less closely
    • expressive of its contents, than the medium used to embody the wisdom
    • expression and the inner content of the Vedas, because that which was
    • breathed in was expressed in the Vedic words simultaneously, as it
    • vision and the expression are further separated than in the Vedas.
    • that of which it is the outer expression.’ But anyone who
    • not written down later by any man as the expression of divine wisdom.
    • temptations of the Ahrimanic beings, and that was to press onward to
    • astral body. Impressions had all grown fainter; they were not so
    • the Chaldeans expressed that which they saw in the spiritual
    • Anu; Anu does in a sense express the unity of both worlds, but an
    • they also found something there expressive of the reality of a being,
    • we see how the essential nature of an entire people expressed itself
    • forces were expressing themselves through spiritual life and
    • spiritual world. That experience is still expressed symbolically
    • occurred a change of profound importance and one to which expression
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    • one another in time, and the conditions of time express their
    • was expressed in the old Persian epoch) from the same one Being, who
    • external vision — is designated, by means of an expression
    • development is expressed. Manes called these persons together to
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    • expressions. For example, in ordinary life — down below, where
    • the meaning of what is expressed in speech. That is why the child
    • us perceptively to comprehend concepts not expressed through speech
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    • This superhuman atma, or spirit man, expresses itself by
    • described is that the astral element is pressed out, squeezed out. In
    • proportion as the etheric body is pressed together the physical body
    • in the astral body, and it expresses itself as a feeling of freedom,
    • as well. It need not be pressed out; by having more room it can
    • from a cessation or diminution of pressure from without, through the
    • concept “sense of equilibrium.” If we press down on a
    • manifests itself in pressure, stroking and pulling as a process of
    • there where this sense comes to fullest expression. An unimpaired
    • Pressure is something that does not interest the
    • ordinary human being. He speaks of “pressing,” but does
    • takes place in pressing? What occurs in the sense of equilibrium?
    • misconception connected with the sensation of being pressed is
    • revealed in physics. Physics talks of atmospheric pressure, and when
    • pressure without being squeezed to death, he receives the answer that
    • pressure and counter-pressure are always equal; we are filled with
    • air, so the outer pressure is canceled. But if the boy is bright
    • physicists, an enormous atmospheric pressure would be exerted on the
    • counter-pressure, by our being filled with air. This is one of the
    • pressure is exerted, a little lump, as we may call it, always
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    • very beautiful expression in Goethe's fragment, Die Geheimnisse.
    • the sentient body pressing inward from without, is the portion of our
    • expression.
    • an organ in which an impression received from the astral body is
    • the impression received by the organ in question from the astral
    • sense impressions are communicated to this nerve substance through
    • the outer expression of conscious thought activity.
    • but a subconscious reaction to an external impression is to take
    • thinking can take place. Thus an external impression is first
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    • of embarrassment. This judgment expressed through feeling means that
    • as that taken by the currents of the sentient soul when they press
    • the opposite direction. One element of speech has to be suppressed,
    • whole shaping of man, and of what comes to expression in forming the
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: I. The Elements of the Soul Life.
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    • of his hair, his expression, etc., is not a function of the soul
    • from within, disregarding what is adjacent, and clearly expressing in
    • today — manifests itself in the soul and expresses itself in
    • We can now ask about those impressions in the soul that
    • that is, the impression of these — only as long as you are in
    • contact with the external stimulus. The impression, the interaction
    • it with you. You can continue to hold the impression of color, the
    • perception of the color impression, only if it has remained within
    • object makes an impression upon the sense organs and induces an
    • how extensive is the soul's need to express higher things in such a
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    • expresses itself here as youth naturally does. Goethe wrote it when
    • remoteness of his visualizations is for him an expression of inner
    • impressions. This is another case in which you experience something
    • impressions; it develops a desire that remains unsatisfied.
    • ones, new impressions. The old conceptions crave fructification,
    • impressions from the outer world. External events run their course as
    • pace in time. The animal has thus finished with one impression by the
    • repeatedly made an impression on him in the past; he shuts himself
    • continues to pass, but because no impressions reach him from without,
    • desire for new impressions, new contents. That is boredom. The
    • because the old conceptions crave new impressions. Later I shall draw
    • from immediate sense impressions. In other words, you set your soul
    • inference expressed in your verdict, the tree is green, is expressed
    • in accord with the genius of speech. Now suppose you want to express
    • impressions; the bell rings. The moment the bell rings you will
    • express your perception in the verdict, the bell rings. Remember all
    • speech, and you express outer perception in the words, the man
    • sense impressions, but when you compare these with the judgment of
    • different. When I say, The tree is green, I express something that is
    • conditioned by space; the form in which the judgment is expressed
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    • observing yourself thus you will notice how the expressions of desire
    • surging from the center in all directions and expressing itself in
    • press a seal with a crest into wax, what remains of the seal in the
    • that must press outward? Well, if nothing of the sort existed you
    • phenomenon of attention. A comparison between a sense impression
    • attention shows us that in the former case the impression cannot be
    • exactly what characterizes a sense impression; the capacity for
    • impression of red is not the same as the sense perception of red. A
    • suppressed in this case. Only one must have clearly in mind the
    • If you stop at the impression of a color you are dealing
    • with just that — a color impression without judgment. Sense
    • impressions are characterized by an operation of the attention that
    • being exposed but desire; judgment is suppressed. The sense
    • impression of red is not the same as the sense perception of red. In
    • a tone, in the impression of a color, in a smell to which you expose
    • you stop at the impression (say, of a color) are you dealing with a
    • forth, are nothing but different expressions of the constantly
    • expresses itself in the fact that these are directed toward external
    • boundary of the soul life, where the sense impression from the outer
    • two currents that flow as far as the outer impression. If our
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    • have the impression that the thought had to struggle to reach that
    • powerful soul life that seeks to express itself in telling images.
    • equal to coping with the impressions made upon our soul life. The
    • that is, in receiving a conscious impression without our reasoning
    • the impression of the new picture that magically and visibly conjured
    • process produced by a new impression. The latter mixes with your old
    • child's life? At first it receives all impressions unconsciously, so
    • stream of life has made an impression on the etheric body, and
    • soul life from then on signifies that experiences and impressions of
    • reflecting apparatus impressionable to everything it receives from
    • outer impression through a picture you have seen before and which you
    • impression occurs? In that case the ego itself must gather what is to
    • what is otherwise effected by the outer impression.
    • etheric body. With regard to your outer sense impressions you are
    • impression, by the sense organs, the physical body.
    • expresses itself in the physical world, are we able actually to use
    • spiritual. When the ego passes judgment based upon outer impressions,
    • When we say “I is,” we receive an impression
    • other direction; so we say that this impression comes from the
    • usage of speech expresses this coming from the other side by
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  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: I. Franz Brentano and Aristotles Doctrine of the Spirit.
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  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: II. Truth and Error in the Light of the Spiritual World.
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    • as it is now the fashion to call them, expressed itself in the
    • allegorical conception. It expresses no truth directly, but it is the
    • In former times, of course, men did not express the
    • is super-sensible, but they felt exactly what has just been expressed
    • Aquinas. Among other things, he expresses his views on the
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: III. Imagination--Imagination; Inspiration--Self-fulfillment; Intuition--Conscience.
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    • reacting to an outer impression at all. It did not say to itself,
    • inner urge, and this it did even when the outer impression emanated
    • that in animal beings outer impressions can in no way effect what in
    • that this life of visualizations expresses itself independently of
    • expresses itself in what is called ‘imagination,’
    • is a true expression of will. If the soul never emerged out of
    • if we take the simplest expression of will — if we raise a
    • own consciousness something that comes to full expression within this
    • What manifested itself could therefore only express itself in
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: IV. Laws of Nature, Evolution of Consciousness and Repeated Earth Lives.
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    • grandeur and beauty might be oppressive and prison-like for an
    • laws, that definite experiences express themselves in definite
    • an automaton. He notices a desire to express something automatically,
    • interesting dilemma that must impress our souls if we would really
    • impressions of the card game provide. Your consciousness is actually
    • filled with the impressions of the card game, or whatever it may be.
    • Völker, Bengel, and others express from their monotheistic
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Festival: A Token of the Victory of the Sun
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    • tries to express the feeling of communion with the hidden forces
    • set out to express in the Christmas Festival.
    • to be an expression of the dying, or rather of the falling asleep of
    • wisdom, to be an expression of an experience of the Godhead Himself,
    • not only an expression of an event in the life of a higher Being, but
    • expressed by the darkness; the awakening to consciousness, the
    • lighting-up of the conscious human soul is expressed in this simile as
    • Mystics of the Middle Ages felt this and expressed it in the word
    • wisdom-religions, What does it signify? Let me try to express it in
    • that we see in Nature the outward expression, the countenance of the
  • Title: Lecture: Signs and Symbols of the Christmas Festival
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    • outer, pictorial expression of the highest Mysteries. This imagery has
    • There is a legend which gives expression to the true meaning of the
    • the resurrection of the higher. Goethe expressed the same thought in
    • rightly put together. These pictures gave expression to the life that
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of the Sun-Spirit as the Spirit of the Earth
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  • Title: Lecture: Christmas at a Time of Grievous Destiny
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    • the many expressions of ill-will directed towards it to-day. The
    • the heavens — then we have a direct impression that something is
    • expressed in this form to those who out of the ancient wisdom knew the
  • Title: Lecture: The Proclamations to the Magi and the Shepherds
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    • space and time in so far as they can be expressed in terms of
    • understanding of the world imbued with feeling but expressed in
    • lip-wisdom. Kant's a priori really says nothing. The expression has
    • the East, had this clear impression: If as we contemplate the stars we
    • see in them the expressions of mathematical, arithmetical progression,
    • to the Divine creation of the world. This comes to expression in the
  • Title: Lecture: On The Three Magi
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    • which comes to expression paramountly in the Fifth Root Race. The
    • expressed symbolically by the frankincense, which is the universal
    • thou'rt but a dull guest on the dark earth.” Jacob Boehme expresses
    • God, why hast Thou forsaken me?” These words give expression to the
    • it could voice the reality. And so these words give expression to an
  • Title: Lecture: The Revelation of the Cosmic Christ
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    • the birth of Jesus. The peoples of the Old Testament expressed the
    • up with the conceptions expressed in the Old Testament.
    • expression for the other side of Eternity, because our language does
    • Nazareth. This truth is expressed in history itself in a profound way.
    • souls and hearts to-night. They try to express, out of consciousness
    • the feelings which I have tried to express in the following verse:
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ Within Us
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    • History is portrayed in impressive scenes, ending with the destruction
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 1: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • from our sincere and loving study of life, to press through even to
    • for man to express himself in forms of pure thought; for logical
    • its direct expression in the fourth period, that eminent period that
    • evolving to the point where the true expressions may be found in its
    • expression of Christ on the earth.
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    • strength. It is just as though one compressed an elastic object; it
    • can be compressed for a while but it springs back with all the more
    • distort the sequence — without finding that it was expressed in
    • investigation of the separate phenomena. That is why the impressions
    • connections of a certain phenomenon in Education expressed in the
    • karma is a law that no longer depresses us, but rather one which
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 3: The Entrance of the Christ-Being into the Evolution of Humanity
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    • kind of law and order for himself. This fact is expressed in a very
    • Age’ is simply the expression used by those men of olden times
    • physical world. I wish expressly to note that I am now using these
    • expressions for smaller divisions of time, but they can also be
    • accessible to them. Now men are pressed down into the physical world.
    • physical body. What has entered that? Illness only expresses itself in
    • that then expresses itself in a subsequent incarnation as illness in
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 4: The Sermon on the Mount
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    • expressions used on the physical plane. The important point is not so
    • the Life-Spirit, for instance, could come to particular expression
    • present in rudimentary form. Although not expressed in their external
    • the ego was suppressed. Man was more or less outside his ego. Although
    • when man dreamily rose into the Spiritual worlds by the suppression of
    • the Sermon on the Mount, even to the expression; Paraclete. It is only
    • expression by pointing to the great progress of evolution. This has
    • This is beautifully expressed in the Sermon on the Mount, in the verse
    • which expresses that only in the ego can the divine substance in man
    • heart (which is the expression of the ego), who allow nothing to enter
    • which will come, but which might be overlooked and suppressed.
    • Spiritual forces developing in man. If these forces are suppressed
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 5: Correspondences Between the Microcosm and the Macrocosm
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    • expression, the image, of a still greater cosmic polarity rooted in a
    • who really has the right feeling will have the same impression when
    • crystallised, we can say: -the woman did not press forward as far as
    • say, that her head and limbs alone express in their material
    • which at any rate approximately do in their outer semblance express
    • descend so far as the normal point necessary for rightly expressing
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    • dramatist then existing had no words to express what we now call the
    • human conscience. If he wanted to express that process in the human
    • do what is right that he may press up to the higher ego.
    • pressing forth from the depths of the soul. Conscience speaks like an
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 7: The Further Development of Conscience
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    • the impressions of the outer physical world, to one entirely
    • is an egotistical expression of the human soul. Those who speak thus
    • spiritual way. In what other way can this fact be expressed?
    • men are expressing themselves externally, will not adopt the
    • found expression in the Theosophical movement. The greatest must be
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    • One cannot free oneself from the impression one gains in observing
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    • impression of a recollection of life before birth. In the realm just
    • karma. In addition to our cosmic impressions we retain best what we
    • onwards expands into the cosmos and receives the impressions of the
    • does Goethe make use of the expression, “to become young”
    • in order to express physical birth? When we go back into the past we
    • find that a tradition prevailed in humanity that expresses the idea
    • sense impressions. I explained how the light of the Hierarchies falls
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    • continual pressure between two objects. They wear each other away.
    • expressed in these different substances. Of course, one can speak
    • that gives expression to its very core, namely, that there is not
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    • moment is filled with impressions, and apart from the exceptions
    • kamaloca period?” This can be expressed spatially in words that
    • express our physical world. Imagine the space between the earth and
    • forgive because by doing so one would not express the facts more
    • love made a strong impression on me during my recent investigations
    • beings illumine man. We gather mighty impressions when we unfold out
    • expressed in words, we may use an analogy. The harmony of the spheres
    • with meaning, expressive of its actual being. The harmony of the
    • expression of the Cosmic Word out of which everything has been
    • in the form of this figure. That is the outer gesture expressing a
    • expressive portrayal of the active etheric or life body.
    • side. This represents the most perfect expression of the ego; the
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    • by making impressions of color and light upon our eyes, audible
    • impressions upon our ears and other impressions upon other sense
    • depression caused by many a reproach is due to the fact that one is
    • suppressed its egoistical religious system — for example, the
    • only be expressed as follows. Whatever your creed may be, Christ also
    • connection with individual cases. I say, expressly, in individual
    • moral law within him. This is a beautiful expression in that it is
    • An attempt has been made to express this feeling in a passage of
    • with what was expressed as significant occult truth by the “blind
    • impression of being merely allegorical. In the guide books we are
    • and the ego predominantly active. We have this expressed in the
    • figure of “Day.” If we were now to express in the posture
    • allegory of “Dawn.” And if sought to express the
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    • development between birth and death the human being is the expression
    • It expresses itself as it did on earth. One can readily imagine that
    • impression on it. The following has been carefully investigated and
    • would actually make a deep impression on you and a profound influence
    • expressed fails to be so. One perhaps would not make such a seemingly
    • not aware in life then comes to expression.
    • late. This will make no impression whatsoever on the materialist. But
    • the way described awaken impressions out of the spiritual world. The
    • feeling and of will or wish — come to expression in the soul.
    • The forces of thinking or of the intellect express themselves in such
    • depths of our soul in the sense referred to previously as expressed
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    • expressed in the human soul as thinking, feeling and willing. If we
    • will that it expresses our duties and responsibilities. In the sphere
    • during his physical existence was the expression of his propensities,
    • impression on us, and we might say that we have been saved in a
    • independent etheric body, expressed by means of the forms of the
    • historically the truest expression of the vitality of the etheric
    • One comes to see the figure of “Day” as the expression of
    • things that have made a specially deep impression on me, the starry
    • particularly impressive when we realize that both are really one and
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    • substrata love can express itself as hate. One does find such cases
    • the secret soul impulses and longings that he has suppressed during
    • his feelings. What impressions would arise in us if we were able to
    • prepared, at moments such as these we can receive an impression from
    • to its peak as expressed in the beauty of Greek art. But as we go
    • express what it wishes to convey. In spiritual science more will
    • One will accustom oneself to listen to how things are expressed. In
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    • and children. This expressed itself approximately in the following
    • words, but we should remember that the earthly words used to express
    • expression in earthly life.
    • You may well make use of the following picture. Let it impress itself
    • That is the wish that I could like to express to you at the end of
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    • of such an occurrence, it makes a certain impression on you. Similar
    • makes a lasting impression on the person concerned!
    • make an impression on the heart and mind.
    • Let us consider this matter from another aspect. How many impressions
    • This makes a profound impression on the seer also when he reaches the
    • physical body. Looking back, one gains the impression that the
    • onwards. This makes a solemn impression as one becomes aware of the
    • impression from what the seer beholds when he observes the sleeping
    • impression.
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    • These facts will impress upon you the importance of spiritual
    • who belongs to the anthroposophical movement to gain an impression of
    • what he is really doing. He gains an impression of the tremendous
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    • forces. To express it in a pictorial way we could say, man between
    • an oppressive feeling takes hold of us as a result of certain
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    • adapted to these conditions. Although what can be expressed in words
    • talents to expression. But there are many men of whom we have to say,
    • use such an expression, is altogether different from that of the men
    • to develop and give expression to these forces, it was to be
    • Devachan, it is actually the case, although it is not expressly
    • impressively displayed in that later life are to be traced to the
    • seership there is something tremendously impressive in the picture of
    • within his earthly existence. It is deeply impressive to contemplate
    • think of how he painted it, we gain a definite impression. It is
    • times he felt unable to express what he wished in the painting and
    • suffered terrible fits of depression on this account. Now it happened
    • impression that darkness dominated the countenance from within. This
    • shadows. In the figure of Christ the impression was to be that the
    • compressed within them and also how they can be related to their
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  • Title: Lecture I: Human and Cosmic Thought
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    • be a collective triangle. ‘Collective’ is an expression
    • I say expressly “is prepared to admit”.
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    • reckoned as a thinker because there was no printing press, and it was
    • on, but it is impossible to find in the expression “number”
    • makes the crudest kind of impression on them — Materialism.
    • thought into them. Our own sense-impressions are all we can rightly
    • he allows validity only to sense-impressions, regarding them as some
    • except that which manifests itself through sense-impressions; this I
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    • his soul is illuminated — that the soul-mood expressed in the
    • There is a third mood of the soul, expressed in world-outlooks; we
    • express itself. What help is there in speculations about the will? It
    • that sound, ever so intensely; nothing of this expresses the hidden
    • find expression. We should be Transcendentalists if we said: “The
    • The best impression one can retain from the whole subject would lead
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    • I remark expressly, so that no misunderstanding may arise, that these
    • would bring to expression a mathematical world-structure permeated by
    • expresses itself. Hence this configuration, Voluntarism in the sign
    • world-outlook based on a special pressing in of forces, of Dynamism
    • employ the symbols of astrology, but taking them to express something
    • expression of a man who is a mystical Idealist. He is their
    • may express myself figuratively — that the eyes of the Beings
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    • I say expressly “is prepared to admit”.
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    • reckoned as a thinker because there was no printing press, and it was
    • on, but it is impossible to find in the expression “number”
    • makes the crudest kind of impression on them — Materialism.
    • thought into them. Our own sense-impressions are all we can rightly
    • he allows validity only to sense-impressions, regarding them as some
    • except that which manifests itself through sense-impressions; this I
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    • his soul is illuminated — that the soul-mood expressed in the
    • There is a third mood of the soul, expressed in world-outlooks; we
    • express itself. What help is there in speculations about the will? It
    • that sound, ever so intensely; nothing of this expresses the hidden
    • find expression. We should be Transcendentalists if we said: “The
    • The best impression one can retain from the whole subject would lead
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    • I remark expressly, so that no misunderstanding may arise, that these
    • would bring to expression a mathematical world-structure permeated by
    • expresses itself. Hence this configuration, Voluntarism in the sign
    • world-outlook based on a special pressing in of forces, of Dynamism
    • employ the symbols of astrology, but taking them to express something
    • expression of a man who is a mystical Idealist. He is their
    • may express myself figuratively — that the eyes of the Beings
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    • of the world do not play merely an unhappy role. It is the expression
    • albuminous substance for which the expression “living albumen”
    • which is nothing else than an expression for the destruction.
    • expression of this foundation of consciousness in pain. Thus one can
    • then pain and suffering seem to be expressed everywhere on her
    • those who look more deeply an expression full of suffering. And who
    • higher level and is expressed in the feeling of pleasure. Creation is
    • expresses suffering on a lower level, the feeling of hunger, for
    • expression of the Greek poet: Out of life grew learning; out of
    • endured on the Cross. That is clearly expressed in St. John's Gospel
    • scientist on the expression of the thinker, we read that on the
    • countenance of the thinker something lies like a repressed pain.
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    • expressed by Greek mythology where the gods receive nectar and
    • to self-consciousness. That was beautifully expressed in the Paradise
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    • the words “illness” and “death” express
    • physically has the task of forming firm supports. What is expressed
    • outer expressions of life, in so far as we have to do with physical
    • to expression in the human being when his memory, his creative
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    • laws. Ever more they tried to impress things with spirit. The
    • and physical was achieved. The Greek temple is the expression
    • the Greek temple is a complete expression of the spiritual
    • long for the pure harmonious expressions and constructions of
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    • no means gratifying impression. For if we consider impartially what
    • explain ideas in quite a philosophical manner, such expressions as the
    • expressing it in the way we have just done; but one thing more must be
    • the young man and so possessed his soul that he repressed, as it were,
    • what had before occupied it; but though repressed for a certain time,
    • compress to a certain point where it resists, and if it were allowed
    • have compressed it. Such experiences as we have just indicated, which
    • which had been repressed now begins to assert itself, appearing as
    • as the result of impressions received in his thirteenth year, would
    • to express thus: ‘The man whom we are now observing has become
    • death, he will be depressed by the trial; but if he could remember his
    • comet is the outward expression of a new impulse of materialism every
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    • somewhat strongly expressed, but you will understand what I mean. Now,
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    • the impression that the representatives of this view usually conclude
    • intended by the expression ‘God’ or ‘devil.’ We
    • material expression has its spiritual background, and for the welfare
    • astral body is active, external impressions are reflected into inner
    • world in various ways. These contacts react and make an impression
    • impression on his astral body which in its turn influences the etheric
    • experiences and impressions do not come as far as to concepts, and yet
    • it! This is often the case. Of course, this has made an impression;
    • your eyes indeed saw the other person but the direct impression did
    • impressions which you have in your life and can remember, and those
    • exemplified by the following. Think of an impression which called
    • forth a clear idea within you. Let it be an impression which aroused
    • joy or pain, an impression which was accompanied by a feeling.
    • Let us bear in mind that most impressions, really all the impressions
    • express themselves not only on the conscious surface of life, but they
    • impression will cause us to become pale, and another causes us to
    • blush. These impressions affect the circulation of the blood. And now
    • Science shows how these impressions are none the less accompanied by
    • emotions in the same way as are the conscious impressions. If you
    • receive an impression from the outer world which, if received
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    • expressions which we have to use for these forces are of course coined
    • earthly world was thereby clouded and his external impressions were
    • of a disease does not depress us, as though the world contained only
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    • complete reversal of this opinion which found expression chiefly in
    • its physical expression in its blood. Now both of these illnesses
    • may thus crudely express myself, we can never really completely forget
    • oppression and so on he would thereby gain great satisfaction. For if
    • which are expressed in the form of illness. We recognise that what is
    • through the external impressions which he receives. In what we receive
    • have a pleasing sound, and it creates the impression of a charitable
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    • impressions in a life between birth and death, that these musical
    • impressions pass by him in this life, simply for the reason that he
    • has not a musical ear. Other impressions which he receives in this
    • formed that he can transform the experiences and impressions into
    • capacities of his own. Here we can say that a person has impressions
    • with him from his last birth; and he has other impressions, which on
    • birth they are converted into the particular tendency to be expressed
    • impressions, and because of an unmusical ear, he was unable to
    • astral events and impressions. For this reason, because in the case of
    • These were compressed in the astral body and Ego, and made themselves
    • compressed Ego into the corporeality of man, and falling asleep as a
    • receive an external impression. Anything that approached us evoked an
    • impression analogous to that of a dream, but corresponded to a certain
    • external object or impression.
    • is this consciousness? A consciousness expresses itself in
    • experiences! The consciousness which then arises is expressed in what
    • are without pain. Pain tells us that the astral body is pressing into
    • however, an external stimulus, an external impression. If something
    • Thus there are also impressions upon a human being which are not
    • more deeply into his being, and this is expressed in the well-known
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    • so that they find expression in our egotistical greeds and passions,
    • expressed it. Of this the liver is a very good example. It is an organ
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    • expressions of feelings, impulses and passions, which in a certain way
    • impression upon him, while another person who had preserved a sound
    • Thus a person may be perfectly logical and yet give expression to
    • certain symptoms of madness. It will be quite impossible to impress
    • expression, but unless we have bridged the chasm from within, this
    • expressed, that the consciousness of the etheric body will realise
    • expression in a certain cult of cleanliness, and if in the interim we
    • individuality there perceived, was expressed in the great spiritual
    • of materialistic aims, the same individuality expressed these facts in
    • had to differentiate sharply between that which is expressed by the
    • a way that the effect that is expressed in the external organism as a
    • expression of uncharitableness has been removed he will not be able to
    • give expression to this uncharitableness, but he will have to retain it
    • that, in removing the external expression of uncharitableness, we
    • organic expression of uncharitableness is killed in the most complete
    • the fact. In anthroposophy it is our bounded duty to give expression
    • corresponds to something within, and is the external expression of an
    • expression of a previous fault, we should, on the other hand,
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karmic Effects Of Our Experiences As Men and Women. Death and Birth In Relationship to Karma
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    • who cannot find satisfaction through impressions with which the
    • and seek ever again for new impressions until their elasticity will
    • impressions, she also receives the experiences of life into the
    • compressed more, rendered more rigid and hard by his inner being of a
    • influence; then everything, from victuals to the sense impressions,
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Free Will and Karma in the Future of Human Evolution
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    • endeavour to express as precisely as possible. But this would be wrong
    • suitable words to express thoughts of this kind.
    • and things, and everything which makes an impression upon him in any
    • have condensed, compressed light. All matter is, in its essence,
    • as all matter is compressed light, so all the different phenomena of
    • are, as it were, intermingled, impressed into one another in man, we
    • impress of Lucifer, which alone can bring us what causes love to be
    • cancel what has pressed in from the luciferic element with all its
    • another, perhaps, only to overcome depression, this can be traced back
    • one to be healed? It is, to use an expression of physics, an
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    • eradicate the shadow-side of this culture — the impulse to press
    • are compelled on account of the conditions of our time to impress
    • thought and that our successors will express their experiences of
    • decades — has impressions which are definite and determined. It
    • for our sake, so that we may in a normal way express what these beings
    • really speak of free will in connection with karma. The expression
    • it will be permeated with wisdom. Man, in pressing forward towards the
    • that are the expression of it. We shall gladly and lovingly devote
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    • itself like a dark veil before it, so that any impressions recede
    • in its deepest core received a momentous impression of the kind shown
    • what is expressed in the words at the beginning of Scene Nine:
    • what can only be expressed as follows: In the Cosmic Midnight things
    • The memory of the experience that can be expressed in
    • one can only express in such words given to Maria to speak at the end
    • have found alive in oneself as soul presence what is expressed in
    • been the soul mood expressed at the end of Scene Four. The flames do
    • circumstances which stream into such words as those expressed by
    • bodily-spiritual expression in Luna and Astrid appear before her
    • such an absurd expression. For Capesius it happens through Philia in
    • expressed in these words of Hilary:
    • something would take place in their souls that is expressed by
    • he notices that there is something that can be expressed in the
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    • There is a law that something repressed and deadened at
    • repression of the egoistic impulse towards the spiritual world is
    • this seriously: what finds expression in the sense world as loathsome
    • with him the condensed pictures and impressions of the super-sensible
    • it refutes itself even in the sense world. If you press
    • well padded shadows and plump phantoms when he presses out of human
    • impressions but, received in this island kingdom, they are completely
    • receive the most extraordinary impressions and judge them to be absolute
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    • if I may express it rather oddly — we will not find the
    • expressed for the clairvoyant vision in the unfolding of the lotus
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    • impressions and observations of the physical sense world.
    • unknown world had to be expressed and therefore the question was
    • script which makes its appearance as a mighty tableau, expressing the
    • that world can we obtain such concepts. When there are impressions,
    • clearly experienced; one can also have an impression that whisks past
    • thus understandable that such impressions cause all the foolishness
    • In true clairvoyance, impressions of an earlier life on
    • they are. It will know unmistakably that these impressions have
    • do indeed play a great part when impressions are fished up out of the
    • impressions out of the present life. To take one example: a person
    • receiving a true impression of a former life will inwardly, for
    • impression, he is already too old to do anything with it. The
    • situation will always be like that, showing how the impressions could
    • The genuine reality of an impression arising through true
    • Confronted with impressions such as these, we have to
    • Naturally, when one has the impression, “I am connected in a
    • in life; through the impression one should come again into some sort
    • this we cannot do with the impression that calls for spirit
    • towards the genuine impressions of the spiritual world is correctly
    • spiritual impressions, a super-clever Ferdinand Fox can come and
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    • the subject interested him immensely, he had to suppress a desire to
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    • expressing the peculiar relationship of ahrimanic and luciferic
    • modern culture in regard to anything expressing itself as
    • comes to expression in the differences of folk character. Although
    • Rudolf Steiner Press, 1975.] more details can now be
    • together from the impressions of the physical world and from
    • developed in our soul. But neither the impressions nor the feeling,
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    • subconscious soul impressions and impulses even to a person who is
    • Johannes's achieving impressions of earlier earth lives. This does
    • impressions are received, how what one has been must be allowed to
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    • Allomatics is something that will impress many people. “Allomatics
    • it is to behold it rightly and truthfully. To catch a few impressions
    • it looks exactly like the reproduction of physical impressions. In
    • excuses for my difficulties that I've expressed so frequently, such
    • world. The harrowing and significant impression that someone can have
    • get the right impression of the dialogue between Benedictus and
    • hardly be expressed in words, and the one who bears it rooted deeply
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    • — the presentation of an oppressive, a painful problem. We see
    • religious writings often express the most important riddle of life in
    • waking life; one sees that that which finds its expression in
    • something by it, and the fact that we destroy expresses itself in our
    • something very important for our evolution. He gives the impression
    • Highest lies in the Ego,” and that this Ego found expression in
    • Baptist. Once more it was in a significant expression that the
    • expression. A great occult fact is here indicated that man, as
    • the Church found expression in their pictures.
    • It is the same with the impression which his pictures produce. If some
    • father, one gets a peculiar impression which is further strengthened
    • could be expressed in his personality and then we can agree with the
    • he could not bring the capacities of his soul to full expression; but
    • the other the spiritual facts press in upon us. If we grasp what has
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    • impressions of the nature of sounds, smell, taste and light. This
    • presses on and whirls within our spiritual horizon and we experience
    • countless others and will prove itself to be an expression of the
    • vision, those which express a true spiritual reality. No other
    • impressions which pulsate around us in the spiritual world. But on
    • clairvoyant lives the expression of the spiritual reality, but not in
    • you say, if you would express it correctly: “Here we have two
    • can perceive by means of his clairvoyance. Let us impress this on our
    • but lives in that which we describe with the expressions “the
    • finds expression, is none the less present. The person whose mental
    • expression in “names.” It is thus that the possibility of
    • which finds expression in “names.”
    • tried to express in the words which can be found in my Mystery Play,
    • gods work, how the meaning of the world finds expression in the soul
    • man himself. This I tried to express in the words which the soul
    • expression of the Divine. How are we to know that the Divine is
    • suppress these and also gradually to transform them is a fruitful
    • midst of this meaning, and can express it truly thus: —
    • these two days. Such spiritual subjects are an expression of the
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    • are the Greek myths, those divine sagas that express so wonderfully in
    • “entelechy” expresses in a far more intimate way than
    • expression whereas “entelechy” is positive. Goethe, however,
    • expression in the very sound and grammatical configurations of Greek.
    • is not put into words, but the unexpressed is received by the astral
    • who have no reason to hide it. This is expressed in the statement:
    • life of thought can just as well be expressed by Peter and Paul as by
    • often happens that a man may use a word to express something lofty and
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    • history — I beg you expressly to note this — is not a
    • the lemon, as it were, Ahriman presses it out, thereby hardening what
    • Natural Science, Anthroposophic Press, 1983
    • expression in his Aurora, and we can feel as we read it how
    • expression of many who think in the same way. In him you can observe
    • that my poor being cannot grasp it. It oppress me, tortures me, until
    • that he feels like crying out when they find expression in him.
    • oppresses me, tortures me, until it can be realized. Then come the
    • me.” Here you have an expression of joy and bliss. Confusion and
    • particular examples in order to express what is really widespread, and
    • these three expressions of the spiritual life of the nineteenth
    • way. One has the impression that in
    • the opposition to Romanism comes to such clear expression
    • His wonderful and miraculous development, His expression of great and
    • this super-earthly finds expression in myths. We know that man bears
    • something super-sensible within him that seeks to find expression in
    • myth since it cannot be expressed in external physical science. Thus,
    • among men. Naturally, you will not find this so radically expressed in
    • Today, I want to place before you, side by side as three expressions
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    • Now I have already mentioned that something is coming to expression
    • impresses itself into men's impulses. People know nothing of it,
    • When the Atlantean spoke of his “Great Spirit,” he expressed
    • force and pressure.
    • statement as it has now been expressed here, implies something that
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    • studies. This thought can be expressed as follows. Human history can
    • breaks and periods, with wave-like depressions and elevations, bring
    • Even though it gives the impression today of being pure nonsense when
    • of phenomena so that they can then be expressed in natural laws? For
    • sort of moral impression on the soul. Indeed, we are shown that
    • presented, however, is not said in order to give expression to what
    • in their souls. Much of what he says is deeply impressive. One should
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    • but inclined rather to the attitude expressed in the well known words,
    • post-Atlantean epoch. Plato, the Greek, says expressly: Sight consists
    • mysteries that inevitably make a most repulsive impression upon those
    • the description conveys the impression of the actual reality. When
    • Being may be expressed by a combination of syllables that approximate
    • have been influenced by what I have described. Then they press upward.
    • expressions are derived, of course, from the most conspicuous
    • justifiable expressions, it tends to take a path leading away from the
    • pressing out the lemon, the doing away with it! Egos would no longer
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    • must come to expression in our fifth post-Atlantean epoch has been in
    • If we wish to find a spirit who has brought to expression in the most
    • Goethe has expressed something that can form the beginning of the
    • pointed out that Goethe has expressed in intimate fashion in his
    • The intention was to bring to expression, in the way in
    • which it can again be brought to expression today, a hundred years
    • presses out strong forces from the soul that have a great influence on
    • Goethe that he could not express himself. Goethe, truly understood,
    • living thing. How he longed for a possible expression for the
    • which this poem also expresses, is not merely something put forward by
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    • spiritual heights is exposed came to expression on the rack. So it
    • emphasize, though they may not express it in the same words, how
    • sun has been. This is expressed in the spiritual atmosphere and one
    • time — was expressed through the content of what the Isis
    • concrete reality and that the veil only expressed a certain attitude
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    • who, if they spoke of the needs of life, could invoke the impressions
    • about a transformation of our life, but it was merely the expression
    • saturated with legalities. Everything which finds expression in life
    • Sistine Chapel, is only a glorious expression of Christianity
    • were connected with the life of Economy, of Industry, all expressed
    • characteristic in expression is that which came from the North to the
    • these did not please the chairman, who then used the expression,
    • We must express ourselves unreservedly about these things. If we show
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    • Thus a fatal, but entirely honest opinion is expressed in this
    • through the connection of generations, as it expresses itself in the
    • do contradict one another. He who does not press forward today to a
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    • we call Ambition, particularly when it expresses itself as a judging
    • also impressed its stamp upon Christianity, for the theology of the
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    • Meeting you today with New Year Greetings, I should like to express
    • of year, expressing as it does symbolically the meeting of past and
    • to rouse the conscience of the German people, to give expression to
    • surrounds us. Just as the Greek spirit found expression in its
    • two expressions defining the two great foes of human spiritual
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    • the way in which sense impressions and thoughts are experienced in the
    • ordinary soul-life. How do we experience sense impressions? In all
    • sense impressions such as those of colour and sound, heat and cold,
    • comparable with the sense impressions of the ordinary life. And with
    • former we recognize that there is something that expresses itself in
    • the moon-force something that expresses itself in degeneration and
    • impression. Whereas in those exercises whereby we pass from one event
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    • And in all its forms this building expresses that same deep spiritual
    • building and the paintings express in an artistic way what is
    • expressed by the word. That which can work from the stage should only
    • sense impressions — but imaginative, pictorial, vivid and full of
    • life, and in these characteristics no way inferior to impressions of
    • to the impressions of the world of colour or of sound.
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    • living in a higher, more spiritual way and having — to express it
    • a way as to give them that singular feeling we express by the phrase:
    • primarily anything that can impress us positively, yet that which, in
    • the inner being, the struggle became in a sense — expressed by an
    • “higher,” as they expressed it: that man needed the Michael
    • “Saw” them into it, is Rudolf Steiner's expression} like
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    • and so on. Yet here again he is limited to sense impressions; and
    • words as I did before to express another picture: they cannot quite
    • cover the meaning, but they do express the realities inherent in
    • man has ever expressed in the way of what I must call cowardice of
    • impressed by the spirit, not merely by what is physical. Men avoid
    • what I am really expressing when I say this is that in the last
    • together with evolving nature they will have pressed onward by one of
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    • faint echo of what they once meant, expressing themselves in all sorts
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    • course something that cannot possibly be expressed in pictures
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    • cromlechs and mounds, are not really very impressive. One climbs up to
    • Again we ask, What does this picture express? The answer will never be
    • Anthroposophic Press, New York.]
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    • matter is, of course, only the expression of spirit. At every point
    • earth differs from that of the human being, if I may so express it. In
    • confronting someone, I perceive many different expressions of his
    • Press, New York.} But the very necessity which in the course of time
    • that will render it more sensitive to impressions: it will no longer
    • expressions of a living, soul-endowed being. Indeed, the proper study
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    • in that we allow the impressions of the outer world to live on
    • the impressions made on us from outside. We are not doing anything
    • thought what has come to us as impressions of the outer world. One
    • man, while reflecting upon the things that have made an impression on
    • this inner thinking, devoid of outer impressions, may develop, but we
    • veil of the cosmic secret.” This is perhaps simply expressed,
    • life of nature, and he thus gains the impression that there is
    • impression of the third Hierarchy, of the angels, archangels and the
    • not that you press forward into indefinite abstract distances; the
    • to see the expression of the mouth, or to look at the foreheads or
    • the blank expression on many of the countenances, or the nobility of
    • many others and so on. In what you see there is expressed not merely
    • certain colouring, but something is expressed which has passed over
    • as characteristic as if it expresses in deep wrinkles the tragedy or
    • soul, there presses into our own inner being, from out of the living
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    • perception it makes a powerful and intense impression. In this form
    • death. It bears a true physiognomical expression. It is in a sense a
    • physiognomical expression of what the man was on earth.
    • morally evil united with his soul bears a physiognomical expression
    • to press forward to that materiality. In the sphere of humanity the
    • expresses itself in the body — and transform it into the
    • expressions which may perhaps appear grotesque in such a connection,
    • express in this way into the spiritual.
    • Athenian boy was stimulated to be eloquent, to express himself in
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    • impressions of childhood play throughout the entire earthly life. The
    • inherited teeth, the impressions received during all these periods of
    • thought that is not caused by external impressions is connected with
    • with our external impressions.
    • according to good impressions from its environment, and in a healthy
    • impressions it receives from its environment.
    • way in the external expression of his countenance and in his gestures
    • the ego is expressed in the gestures and in the physiognomy. A man
    • physiognomy and gesture. With those human beings who express much of
    • become a facial expression, shown in the countenance, to take this up
    • expresses his inner soul-life in his physiognomy and gestures, for
    • Exusiai, Kyriotetes, Dynamis. If we wish to express in the outer
    • get a very impressive feeling if you take up the
    • Eurhythmy of bringing to expression what I am now about to say. It is
    • and more from out of his inner being, when his ego is expressed more
    • impression from the day to pass over from vivid inner experiences of
    • relatively easy to bring the will to expression when we are really
    • We find that the best expression of this will comes from
    • Ye press out of my being
    • then press out of the body again. These words express the nature of
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    • receiving impressions from those hard and stern rocks towering up from
    • impression that in everyone of these quartz rocks something is
    • spiritual reflection. The impression one receives of this must be
    • sense-impression which is thus received there arises in the soul the
    • very like that which one receives as an impression in another domain
    • referring. For the metals speak more — if I may express myself
    • thus; it is of course somewhat oddly expressed — the metals
    • beings one receives the impression, for instance, that the
    • with the impression which one receives; but in a certain sense the
    • here use the expression — in a super-homeopathic dilution they
    • For in sprouting and budding, in the over pressure of the pure forces
    • the way it walks, whether it has the inclination to press more on the
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    • receive an impression of how wonderful is everything in the sphere of
    • that as man he was still wholly spiritual. We express a reality when
    • complicated creatures, impressions of which present-day geology can
    • theoretical impression communicated by the metallic element of the
    • earth passed over into the moral impression. For each metal tells us
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    • perceived in the word which presses forth from the throat. He had to
    • earth-planet. To express this in a somewhat grotesque way I should
    • expressed microcosmically in the man of today that which once was
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    • one receives the impression that the pictures of these Centres
    • truth and quite another thing to be able to express it, to formulate
    • impressive through its peculiar aspect. One statue was a male form,
    • elastic material, compressible in every part. The pupils were made to
    • press the statue in every part. Through this action, it revealed
    • made of elastic material, so that after being pressed it regained the
    • macrocosm came to expression through the Sun in this colossal head.
    • One of the statues then made the impression directly
    • pupil was made to press it also. Every pressure he made remained.
    • The impression received in the case of the second statue
    • organism. An extraordinarily powerful impression was made on the
    • with the impression, which as I have already indicated was working
    • more than the mere words which I now use express. Such experience
    • remarkable impression, an impression which in actual fact shook their
    • whole inner being. I can only represent the impression to you by
    • impression on the pupil for he had been prepared for it through that
    • which may perhaps be expressed in the following words I stand on the
    • second statue says itself expressly: “Behold, I lack Truth.”
    • being presented to you, no phrases are being coined to express any
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    • were of a deeply impressive kind for the human mind and soul-life.
    • the spirit-world, so that by means of specially impressive inner
    • another presses through into the spirit-world.
    • impression that one receives from such majestic statues in
    • is an extraordinarily powerful, inner impression. Hence it was
    • were first made in the case of both statues, for the impressions
    • fashion to the experience of the impression which he had received
    • from the male statue. And I will now describe the impression as it
    • expressed in these words must be realized according to its true inner
    • himself up to the impression from the male statue, was a kind of
    • from this or that, the most manifold impressions of
    • lay pressing down the trees or the like, really things which, as has
    • which always gave him the impression of reality. So that he felt
    • pressed, as if everything were pressing hard, his breath were
    • pressing hard, his blood in every direction were pressing too hard.
    • This (impression) lived powerfully in the consciousness of the pupil.
    • which remained with the pupil as an inner grand and impressive
    • compression into his heart's being quite clear and living in his
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    • senses. No religious or fanciful hallucinatory impressions were thus
    • pupil. He received the impression that the gelatinous fluid was only
    • as if at the boundary of the world of space, something pressed in to
    • swim, hover, move in this element. Thus the impressions which were
    • pressure, as if he were pressed together by the feeling of his own
    • not get his breath out, it pushed and pressed in on him on every
    • commonplace in the sylph-world. Those are expressions which we do not
    • feeling of pressure, resulted as a matter of course. All that he felt
    • impress made by it on the mind. But the real substance, the spiritual
    • could express themselves. And when today we search into these secrets
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    • truths expressed in the Mysteries of Hibernia had been, in a manner
    • It was a powerful impression that the pupil received,
    • Father-statue made a great and mighty impression on the pupil, for he
    • expressed very dearly and even historically in the transition from
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    • express it in this way, his own personal path of evolution to have to
    • compress into a short space the content of this instruction, drawn as
    • and “inside” are simply empty expressions, which really
    • the wide spaces of the cosmos; realize the impression that this makes
    • lead-grey made a peculiar impression upon the inner eye. In a certain
    • skin but the whole expression of the human being changes according to
    • meadow in the light of the impression they give of these elements of
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    • manifestations, expressions of the destiny of the Gods who conceal
    • processes of nature, and the great Gods, who expressed the beings of
    • you must pardon me for using this strong expression) which are
    • his heart were pressed into a different place, as though the forces
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    • this tragic expression.
    • regarded every event in nature as the expression of a God, a God who
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    • through his eye to the sun orb it made an impression on him which he
    • but they are not prepared in their feeling to receive this impression
    • which the sun makes as a special impression. But the pupil in these
    • ancient Mysteries received this impression of the darkened solar orb
    • after long exercises had been undergone, and this impression was then
    • Mysteries, was able to have this impression could truly never forget
    • With this impression the pupil also gained something
    • impression of the sun to permit the especial quality of the substance
    • which man really has his life, made a deep impression on the pupil of
    • the ancient Mysteries. Thus he received the impression that gold
    • impressed on the pupil was the knowledge that any substance, however
    • pupil could receive impressions from the sun or from the moon, so by
    • receive impressions from the other planets; and one of the secrets
    • it often came to expression in a much grander, much more tragic way
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    • — to use the Goethean expression — a spiritual way
    • expression, is that of the Intuitive, of real Intuitive
    • exist, they have an expression so perfect in the human brain
    • expression in the human organism for what is contained in the
    • breathing processes. You can find no adequate expression for
    • there is no adequate expression in the human organism, in the
    • expression for the conceptual life, the perceptual life.
    • any process of will that does not find its expression in
    • expression of my will. Something must first be done away with,
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    • to take offense at these expressions. They are used merely
    • ego-point, if I may use that expression, from which all his
    • inner lawfulness in the solid substances, expressing itself,
    • expression — a lawfulness that is not confined to the
    • that I have been describing expresses itself in the physical
    • sense-oriented empirical observations, will find expression in
    • from the mineral kingdom — you may dispute the expression
    • organization, if I may express myself in this way.
    • comes to expression as the system of heart and lungs. And so we
    • expresses itself in the physical domain.
    • kidneys underlie the sentient system, this is expressed even in
    • the same thing and cold compresses have been applied to his
    • by recognizing its physical expressions, we come to the point
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    • ratio, and its variations in individuals are an expression of
    • that appear in the child are an expression of what is taking
    • human organization works into the second, and this expresses
    • breathing system and this is expressed through the rhythm of
    • expressed in the male sex, for example, by the change in the
    • been a form of expression for the nerve-sense system. The
    • withdraws more into the background, which is expressed in the
    • for the metabolism to press too far if the metabolism is normal
    • expresses itself in everything connected with deposits of
    • aspect. This is expressed outwardly in the fact that up to the
    • life in quite another way express themselves at this age as
    • everything I am expressing here in a physiological sense has a
    • organic action expressed in one of the sense organs, in the
    • finds expression in definite relationships in every single
    • cannot express what I want to say in any other way, as I am
    • far as this expresses itself in the metabolism, for example)
    • expresses itself in the nerve-sense system). We must see, so to
    • expresses itself in metabolism, and the ego organism and astral
    • organism on the other side, in so far as they express
    • expression as a state of feverishness. The injection must be
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    • in their blossoms, we have an expression of the most powerful
    • weight of the volume of fluid displaced. Thus the brain presses
    • activity, which expresses itself physically in the airy aspect
    • am expressing myself radically simply so that we may understand
    • of a strong counterpressure from below. (The forces working
    • does it express itself? Above all, what is coursing through the
    • the kidney activity is asleep, is suppressed. In the human
    • organism we actually have the opposite of what is expressing
    • vitalization, that is to say — if I may express it
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    • particularly on these expressions, normal and abnormal, but they ought to
    • so-called abnormal, but for a preliminary discussion these expressions,
    • acted in this way, so that too much was pressed out of it in this direction,
    • the organism (blue), pressing toward the soul-spiritual.
    • “means to create nature.” Indeed, if what is expressed in this
    • material processes such as come to expression, for example, in
    • has hitherto been expressed only by spiritual scientists, and even then only
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    • forth with such an expression is its quite obvious absurdity, for no
    • was probably not expressed by Schelling in such a fundamental way. In
    • were already a sage and were able to express himself not about outer
    • in our own inner being, which is expressed in a genius such as
    • want to express myself in a simple way — does not have time to know
    • suppressed, as it were, to a lesser degree of activity so that later
    • own earthly spirituality, namely the conscious spirituality of pressing
    • And what wants to be expressed in the sentence, “To know the spirit
    • something spiritual out of himself, of pressing something spiritual
    • be the important thing. It is particularly important not to press on
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    • metabolic system in its functions presses against the nerve-sense
    • There is already empirical evidence or to express it better, empirical
    • processes, rhythmic processes that press breakdown into build-up and
    • bodily nature, this penetration expressing itself within the body,
    • they pour themselves downward, and the rhythmic system does not press
    • pressing outward, as it were, toward the skin. Then we get
    • Rudolf Steiner Press, London, 1975.
    • Anthroposophy. Rudolf Steiner Press, London, 1970.
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    • expresses itself as ego-activity, which is a purely spiritual activity
    • they do not loosen it from the scaffolding but rather impress the
    • expression for the conscious life of the human being. The
    • metabolic-limb system is not the expression for the conscious life of
    • the opposite of the activity enacted by the ego-activity pressing
    • Rudolf Steiner Press, London, 1975.
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    • Goethean expression — a spiritual conception of the human being
    • in sickness and health strives to express itself to-day, it must work
    • — we get the impression of something vague and nebulous.
    • if I may use this expression — is that of true Intuition,
    • they have in the human brain so perfect an expression that one is
    • world of pictures which express a reality, just as the human brain
    • expresses the life of soul. In the brain, Nature has given us as a
    • we try to find an expression in the organism of man of what is
    • expression of the breathing process in the structures and formations
    • there is no adequate expression in the human organism, in the same
    • sense as the structure of the brain is an adequate expression for the
    • process of will which does not find its expression in demolition,
    • limb for the expression of my will. Something must first be done away
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    • organisation and an Ego-organisation. These expressions need not be
    • proceeds, in waking consciousness at all events. A further expression
    • law in the solid substances, expressing itself, among other things,
    • all that I have been describing expresses itself in physical man as
    • expression in any solid system of organs, verifiable by anatomy.
    • in foodstuff — you may demur at the expression ‘foodstuff’
    • physical nature comes to expression in the region where the chyle
    • super-sensible expresses itself as a physical system, as the system of
    • etheric organisation when this expresses itself in the physical
    • kidneys underlie the sentient faculties, this is expressed even in
    • thinking about the same thing and cold compresses have been put on
    • concrete experience by recognising its physical expressions, we come
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    • expression of the measure of health and disease in the organism. Now,
    • second teeth which appear in the child are an expression of what is
    • expresses itself through the rhythm of blood circulation in daily
    • the breathing system and this is expressed through the rhythm of the
    • expressed in the male sex by the change in the voice itself, which up
    • to this period of life has been, essentially, a form of expression of
    • background, and the whole process is expressed in the male sex by the
    • the less possible for the metabolism to press too far forward, if it
    • to dominate. This quicker rhythm then expresses itself in all that is
    • arise in earlier life in quite another form express themselves as
    • If we now observe the whole organic action expressed in one of the
    • explained) — all this finds expression in definite
    • express what I want to say in any other way, as I am obliged to say
    • organism (in so far as this expresses itself in the metabolism, for
    • expresses itself in the system of nerves and senses). We must, so to
    • physical-etheric organism in so far as it expresses itself in the
    • Ego and astral organisations express themselves in the warmth and
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    • expression of the most powerful devitalising process of all. Such a
    • presses on its base with a weight of only about 20 grammes, instead
    • saying this — I am expressing myself radically only in order
    • above by means of a strong counter-pressure from below. (The forces
    • will invariably find that the flower is brittle or prickly, pressing
    • symptoms. How it will express itself? Above all, that which is
    • asleep and suppressed. In the human organism we have actually the
    • opposite of what is expressing itself outwardly in the formation of
    • opposite vitalisation, that is to say — if I may express it
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    • or less, this fact is expressed in the way in which the society of
    • soon find confirmation of what has been so impressively stated by
    • which they do not dare to formulate maxims or give expression to
    • been expressly stated that what we now recognize as the social
    • world which we find typically expressed in scientific thought has
    • prevails, which gives the impression of a mere superstructure on top
    • expressed even by Lenin and Trotsky, the gravediggers of modern
    • expression to the paradox: Woodrow Wilson, who certainly imagined a
    • value of commodities expressed which may be said to represent the
    • is expressed by the price. We shall have more to say later about
    • consumer is expressed by the price. It is a great error to confound
    • expressed in the price and in the conditions created by money. But
    • that finds expression in the mere prices. Price standards cannot be
    • express what we may call the conditions of credit in the newest sense
    • is expressed, a social metamorphosis. When it is said that the old
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    • arrangements which will come into existence the price will express
    • Indirect taxation is often the expression of the wishes of rulers at
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    • expressed a deeply significant fact of modern evolution.
    • relationships, and as these relationships express themselves, laws
    • This longing is expressed in the demand that in social life the
    • less than the spirit, expressed in the words and put into the form of
    • like a photograph or an impression of economic interests. There is no
    • enlarged, that men ought to be able to express their feelings with
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    • about a renewal of our whole civilization, as it is expressed in art,
    • that which is felt by humanity as a pressing need. The opinion has
    • does it express? How far is external nature or human life reflected
    • pressing cares of life from morning till evening, who are shut off
    • same impression on these minds as did the things that I had told them
    • Press, New York.) I have shown how an opinion of long standing,
    • to press forward to the sight of will in its working. Such knowledge
    • expressed that which will happen in the words: “He to whom
    • express that living spirit through material means. No longer will the
    • artist's attempt to give expression to something spiritual be but a
    • immediate artistic form. That which is expressed here has nothing of
    • I was impressed by his words. Now, looking back, I find that his
    • in the human being, bringing to expression these movements in a
    • evidence a true speech, a visible speech expressed by the whole human
    • spiritually the modern pressing demands of social life. It is painful
    • many cases how superficial is the expression of that longing for a
    • in the outer world. But the expression of a longing for this new
    • difficult to express what I wish to say without the risk of being
    • expression to their opinions on the War, and he should therefore be
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    • socialist quarters and expressed in the words: No social idea however
    • interests and needs have found expression in public laws, and these
    • capacities. The force, however, which strives to find expression in
    • in the temper of the present day must fail. Having given expression
    • is expressed in supply and demand; or in the other factors in our
    • find its true expression in the present social order?
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    • the human soul — egoism, all that ultimately finds expression
    • expression. But this life of imagination itself is the higher
    • because it impresses itself on us, because we give ourselves up to it
    • World Economy, by Rudolf Steiner, Anthroposophic Press,
    • of spiritual life which expresses itself in intellectualism was not
    • actually spiritualize that which otherwise finds expression as
    • will become simply the manifold expression of that which, to
    • of expression in manifold ways. By this means the many will be able
    • be. It is true, large numbers of people now express their
    • always feel the necessity of pressing forward through the actual
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    • impression, a strange impression, of how the people in Germany were
    • 1,400 grammes press on the veins and arteries, which are situated at
    • live for a single moment if the human brain were pressing downward
    • the size of the human brain. The brain only presses downward on to the
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    • impressed on a piece of goods, on a commodity, by the Labour which, as
    • intelligence). The outer expression of the Spirit, in this connection,
    • are its outward expression. We shall realise the facts more clearly
    • other. Then we shall be able to press forward to the problem of Price.
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    • was to do more or less never became a pressing question, not at any
    • rate a pressing public question, in pre-Roman times. Such exceptions
    • feeling in mankind which, pictorially stated, might be thus expressed:
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    • into a value? It is the Labour that has been impressed upon it, that
    • is only the human Labour impressed upon the substance of the coal
    • From various points of view the idea has been expressed in Economics
    • externally expressed value which is gained in the economic process
    • becomes the means of expression, the instrument, the medium for the
    • Now if all this is a real process, how shall we express what happens
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    • A man has credit. The credit can be expressed in figures. The Capital
    • Let me expressly state that there can be no question here of any sort
    • point in the diagram, finds expression in what I called the
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    • endeavoured to express in a formula how we may arrive at a conception
    • future. In other words, the Capital which presses to be invested, the
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    • expressions) to enhance their value.
    • of industrial Capital. I say expressly, of industrial Capital,
    • ever saves at all, or not, is an expression of his Will. Here, then,
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    • its course. It is true that under the pressure, not so much of
    • “ownership” at a later stage; at present I will express
    • understood — would also come to expression in the actuality of
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    • value of which is not immediately expressed in the economic processes
    • word to express it — impersonally. Thus, as I said in my first
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    • movement — to push or press the economic element, so to speak,
    • more pronounced if there were not only a pressure working from here to
    • we have the forces of pressure and of suction in the economic process.
    • in no better connection than this, except that I have expressed it
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    • fully to expression, inasmuch as the State undertook the leadership.
    • admit that a science of Economics is now needed which will express the
    • we may use the expression) the conditions will be quite different from
    • All that we can think upon this matter may now be expressed in the
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    • finds expression in the rate of wages — we really have an
    • one among others (and no repressive measures are adopted) the people
    • like man and every other living thing, has a certain value impressed
    • and a value is impressed upon it. Suppose you have young money, money
    • valuable than old, then you will be impressing the money with its real
    • becomes an expression of the price of something else. To penetrate the
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    • was growing — a growth which in the end found expression in the
    • expression. But there will still be many things — things of
    • physical Labour. For this very reason, we are enabled to express in a
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    • It is quite true that money can create a false impression of things
    • other than an expressions of the sum-total of means of production
    • which it can be most suitably expressed. This will relate the economic
    • with Nature is expressed in our currency notes. Whatever we may do,
    • heartily. I may express this thanks, for I believe I see how important
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    • the Mystery Schools. And so impressed was Julian the Apostate by this
    • the inexpressible glory and splendour into which Zarathustra had
    • must not take it as an expression of blame or of criticism. It was
    • is left of all this? Merely the outer expression of it, — the
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    • if I may use this expression, simply do not hear them. Verbs on the
    • other hand — words expressing action — these they will
    • imagining an extended space in which some pressure is prevailing, you
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    • is well nigh impossible to express these things in earthly concepts.
    • conditions within which we live on Earth, we would have to express it
    • their language no way of expressing a ‘thing,’ an
    • into the flower of the tulip, and express, in the imagination of the
    • tulip, the same that came to expression here on Earth in the
    • have given expression. Should I however make bold to clothe in
    • express itself in drastic attempts to make initiation knowledge
    • should really be expressed in some entirely different way. You must
    • have said with an expression of deep satisfaction at being able once
    • sense that I would express in conclusion the earnest desire, my dear
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    • borrowing the expression from conscious life — a yearning for
    • through the door. We press our I, our ego, right into the physical
    • body; it is therefore perfectly natural for us to express ourselves
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    • language, which has been created expressly for human conditions and
    • more hidden, they are but the outer expression, the deeds, of
    • earthly expression, they wage war to the teeth.
    • expression in man's instinctive urges and impulses, in his desires
    • about the use of such expressions — has his seat in the Moon.
    • expression in the physical phenomena of the Moon. And in the whole
    • beings should express themselves merely in the ebb and flow of the
    • employ the expression in speaking of such sublime beings — in
    • this conflict raging all around him that man has to press forward in
    • but press forward again and again to their goal with renewed
    • man's being. One can form a very good impression of the
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    • pure soul and spirit experiencing all things again, so to impress
    • concepts of our time are not so formed as to enable one to express it
    • of Taurus, and in the movements of Mars there is expressed all
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    • the Mystery Schools. And so impressed was Julian the Apostate by this
    • the inexpressible glory and splendour into which Zarathustra had
    • must not take it as an expression of blame or of criticism. It was
    • is left of all this? Merely the outer expression of it, — the
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    • if I may use this expression, simply do not hear them. Verbs on the
    • other hand — words expressing action — these they will
    • imagining an extended space in which some pressure is prevailing, you
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    • is well nigh impossible to express these things in earthly concepts.
    • conditions within which we live on Earth, we would have to express it
    • their language no way of expressing a ‘thing,’ an
    • into the flower of the tulip, and express, in the imagination of the
    • tulip, the same that came to expression here on Earth in the
    • have given expression. Should I however make bold to clothe in
    • express itself in drastic attempts to make initiation knowledge
    • should really be expressed in some entirely different way. You must
    • have said with an expression of deep satisfaction at being able once
    • sense that I would express in conclusion the earnest desire, my dear
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    • borrowing the expression from conscious life — a yearning for
    • through the door. We press our I, our ego, right into the physical
    • body; it is therefore perfectly natural for us to express ourselves
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    • language, which has been created expressly for human conditions and
    • more hidden, they are but the outer expression, the deeds, of
    • earthly expression, they wage war to the teeth.
    • expression in man's instinctive urges and impulses, in his desires
    • about the use of such expressions — has his seat in the Moon.
    • expression in the physical phenomena of the Moon. And in the whole
    • beings should express themselves merely in the ebb and flow of the
    • employ the expression in speaking of such sublime beings — in
    • this conflict raging all around him that man has to press forward in
    • but press forward again and again to their goal with renewed
    • man's being. One can form a very good impression of the
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    • pure soul and spirit experiencing all things again, so to impress
    • concepts of our time are not so formed as to enable one to express it
    • of Taurus, and in the movements of Mars there is expressed all
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    • We must above all impress it upon our minds that what we
    • sense impressions that they could now only reflect upon the spiritual
    • I should like to emphasize that these expressions can
    • expressed what was indeed the truth in that period, he might have
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    • impressions through logical thought and judgment and at the same time
    • was replaced by the less clear expression, Silver Age. All of these
    • ancient expressions have at the same time their deep significance,
    • expression, Kali Yuga, the Dark Age. This was the age during which
    • back as one can go with the help of the printing press (and how much
    • expressed in those significant words that one must only learn to
    • understand in the right way. It was expressed in the prophecy of John
    • This expression says to us that Christianity is not merely what books
    • begin already to experience the truth of this expression, “Lo,
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    • expresses itself externally in the organ of the head and all that
    • expresses itself externally in the organs of movement, the hands and
    • feet. All that is expressed in the human being in this contrast
    • between sun and earth expresses itself in the same way in men and in
    • different degrees an expression of the spiritual that lies behind
    • in such a way that a true impression is made only by the head and
    • express this somewhat differently. The comet has not advanced to the
    • at this stage and, as far as present conditions allow, expresses
    • this, in its functioning, is an exact expression of the contrast
    • expressed in comet and moon works upon the human being. We must not
    • think that this contrast expresses itself only in what constitutes
    • impression of having come to a halt before reaching the normal,
    • expression is not quite apt, but we lack suitable terms —
    • feminine. We can also express it this way: as what is done by a woman
    • expresses itself with uncommon clarity.
    • to which the masculine and feminine principles come to expression in
    • aspect — has the task of impressing on human nature its own
    • This is how the working of the comet now expresses
    • there must also be something that changes the outer expression of the
    • arrive at the thoughts expressed in his Kraft und Stoff, it was
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    • express in this way: what is our task as human beings in any
    • soul. The impression that was for Moses an outer event, as when he
    • the pulpit, the powerful impression of his sermon is made clear to us
    • through his impressions of the burning bush and the lightning-fire on
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    • Christ Jesus Himself expressed the fulfillment of the
    • therefore, refer to beholding God. The outer physical expression for
    • brings itself most particularly to expression is in the human heart,
    • as expression of the purified I. Christ said, therefore, “Blessed
    • shown how in the most intimate sense the heart is the expression of
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    • that could come to expression in the physical world. In other words,
    • satisfied merely with the expression of such truths in words but
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    • colonies, because they recognize no higher expression than the body
    • the same effect in space. All material is the expression of something
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    • beautiful and impressive natural phenomenon. We see how still he is
    • immediate expression is given to an impulse of will. These two things
    • thought expressed, “Oh, mental pictures and thoughts are only
    • soul feels constrained to give expression to moral impulses, these
    • shadowed into us. When we work during sleep, impressing morality into
    • when sitting silently in his room, heavy-hearted and oppressed, not
    • ratios in chemistry are really an expression of the numerical ratios
    • Light is there compressed to the utmost degree. An inward quality,
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    • sense impressions of the material, of the sense world, condemns
    • suppressed, journeys that in past times had been made from Northern
    • to impress upon your hearts, today more historically. Tomorrow I
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture XI: Individual Spirit Beings and the Undivided Foundation of the World: Part 2
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    • particular characteristics of Ireland to expression in fairy tales
    • known that expressed the essence of Ireland in relation to the
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture XII: Individual Spirit Beings and the Undivided Foundation of the World: Part 3
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    • him reach into the future. Yesterday, one of our members pressed into
    • course of this article there is a section that is expressed in the
    • is brought falteringly to expression in an unclear tirade, reminding
    • to be depressed by them. For this reason one must be very clear that
    • only another form of expression for abstract thinking in which such
    • maya, by the maya that one can express with these words: there is a
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    • make impressions on the mineral realm and also on the plant realm; we
    • such impressions, without such activities as are spread by pain or
    • express it, a resonance of living sensation. What one could call
    • better way to express it would be to say that the animal world has
    • birth is precisely that as souls we — if I may express myself
    • expresses a natural law today, one can also make the following
    • express it so crudely; naturally, we would not do that. The demands
    • us remain together in spirit. This is the wish I would express as I
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    • earth expressed. In this way, among others: that certain
    • the Rudolf Steiner Press. (New edition, winter 1970)] and we
    • spirit is everywhere. That active spirit comes to expression in
    • of the outer world. (I have even once expressed this in figures.)
    • but is expressed in our daily activity and the life of our organism.
    • The material processes are at the same time an expression of the ways
    • Italy is the means through which the nation-spirit impresses his
    • are chosen by the nation-spirits, in order to bring to expression
    • of the organism, there arises what is expressed in the national
    • comes to expression in this people, among the Americans, works with
    • thought, on the way in which mental pictures and impressions are
    • expressed in fine variations of such nationally characteristic
    • character which is also expressed in the capacity to be absorbed into
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    • merely the expression of the fact that the Beings are there.
    • The warmth is nothing more than the expression of the fact that the
    • and Thrones, press into the space that has been formed through the working
    • that it is in very deed and truth Beings who thus press their
    • is so, then under certain conditions we get pressure,
    • counter-pressure, and out of the real Colour there comes into being
    • reality for him: only then shall we understand how he expresses
    • in this passage is a fragment of embryology, expressed in pictures.
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    • may use so crude an expression — is at the foundation of the
    • compressing several into one.
    • boy made a strange impression upon him, for he at once recognised in
    • impression on the pupil. And the impression remained; he could not
    • Lull — you will allow me to use the expression: perhaps, in the
    • express certain secrets of the World-All, of the Cosmos. Thus did
    • the compression and contraction of the astral body, to become like
    • lasting impression.
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    • that no misunderstanding may arise, let me expressly emphasise that
    • have to be suppressed in order for that which is of the Spirit to be
    • expression to this as his firm conviction, and yet at the same time
    • knows well that the old, real, and genuine Astrology expresses itself
    • expressed in them: “Man cannot cross the boundaries of
    • expressed as follows. — Men stood before a kind of altar and
    • the impression that he really should speak to you, then he will begin
    • impressions — then the conversation would unfold in a strange
    • these expressions of feeling in connection with the figures, one
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    • Earth in the Cosmos. Their conception of Man was expressed by saying:
    • expressed in the words: The Sun, the unlawful Prince of this world.
    • in Rosicrucian times, it was again and again impressed upon the
    • is really nothing else than the expression, the revelation of human
    • feeling as though — if again I may be allowed to express myself
    • moment; or else he had a feeling such as Alexander expressed when
    • Aristotle wanted to impart Logic to him: You are pressing together
    • Whether, like Alexander, one feels the bones of one's head all pressed
    • expression occurs again and again in mediaeval writings), these took
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    • into words what the pupil was experiencing. — He expressed it
    • expressed an imitation of the processes out yonder in the Cosmos.
    • on the other hand, as it were in compensation, they express
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    • remain because of the pressure of the lunar sphere.
    • that presses for man on Earth to “hold” what he beholds
    • expressed approximately as follows:
    • express it — the look, the power, the direction of His
    • expression in writing, did not enter the human being's organism. Man
    • impressions in the astral light.
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    • pictures drawn from the imaginative life, which is the expression, the
    • logical, abstract speech we employ to express merely natural truths.
    • phenomena of the physical world as pictures, with which to express
    • is expressed in powerful words — or at least in powerfully
    • physical being is only an expression, a manifestation, of his
    • or ideas of it, but only general impressions, whereas man forms
    • fantasy; rather is it a real and true expression of a living process
    • outward expression of what is working out there in the cosmos in
    • expression of the inner conflict of Michael with the Dragon; we must
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    • remain because of the pressure of the lunar sphere.
    • thus reflected goes as far as the Saturn-sphere, which presses once
    • already in the 12th or 13th century. What happened can be expressed
    • we can press into the higher world; and the Nature-knowledge we have
    • from Michael is not really the word, but — if I may so express
    • expression in writing, did not enter the human organism. Man only
    • Thereby one acquires the faculty not to spoil the impressions in the
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    • remember. When a man has impressions which he cannot turn to account,
    • through what was impressed into him from the body. In future he must
    • they bring to expression from their understanding of the super-sensible
    • expression of this in the sense world is, that whereas during past
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    • Nature, or history, does not proceed by leaps. The expression holds
    • it is the same spirit, expressing itself differently, which prevails
    • pronounce the name, used the expression the ‘Countenance of
    • there has come to expression in souls which were filled with this
    • gate of death succeeded — we cannot express it otherwise —
    • into feeling and experience what has been expressed in words and
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    • Press, NY, and Rudolf Steiner Publications, London, in 1942. The two
    • spoil the immediate, lively, artistic impression that a poem
    • and comes to expression in the soul at its deepest level. In his
    • Goethe tried to express in his own way the extraordinary soul experiences
    • tale expresses is not about one person in a particular situation in
    • itself up to then — has to unite with the pressures and
    • represses its morality. In falling asleep and during sleep, the soul
    • ordinary life. Besides other impressions, it is this that the soul
    • condition of soul that is normal, taking in sense impressions from
    • Anthroposophic Press, New York, 1972.] you will
    • to his last. Then we understand how a fairy tale can press into
    • express itself in the following pictures:
    • on it and said, “Watch me press water out of the stone!”
    • Schiller expressed in abstract philosophical terms. It was pictures
    • very much given to thought — in order to express his most
    • simplest manner of expression. One has the feeling that in the
    • soul-nourishment. The expression of spiritual force can move much
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    • secretly with a little cheese, so that when he pressed it between his
    • can press liquid out of a stone and that you cannot do!” It
    • made a great impression on the giants that he could do something
    • phenomena. The beings that express themselves within it are perceived
    • lower nature forces can do; they appear to us as the expression of
    • of consciousness we remember the impressions of the day, they appear
    • impressions of the day, it seems as though the subtle etheric forms
  • Title: Lecture: Festivals and The Mysteries. The Adonis Mystery. The Easter Thought
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    • things were fading away, becoming waste and bare, Autumn, expressing
  • Title: Lecture: Moon-birth and Sun-birth. Necessity and Freedom. Stages of the Ancient
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    • them and to express this reverence in sacred ritual, in prayer and
    • expressing it will serve to characterise the facts.
    • modern expression, needless to say!) to learn what was the content of
    • writings, but the expression is already a derived one. Indeed I would
    • what the expression “Twice-born” signifies. No doubt there
    • expression — the soul and spirit permeated itself with the
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    • life is expressed in the forms of the constellations and in the
    • movements of this body a soul-and-spirit comes to expression.
    • that comes to expression, but a multiplicity. It is an immeasurable,
    • infinite multiplicity of spiritual beings who express themselves in
    • express myself pictorially I would say: the spiritual Beings of the
    • knew, but they expressed the fact; for they brought these Moon forces
    • To speak for a moment in terms of these Moon secrets, we may express
  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries of Ephesus The Aristotelian Categories
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    • comes to expression in the festivals of the year. We have understood
    • and minds be impressed by the part which human beings took in such a
    • into a spiritual listening and may be thus expressed. It was as though
    • A deep impression was made on those present when the Temple Goddess
    • thus expressed her joy in all things growing, springing, sprouting in
    • expression, for these words are addressed to the etheric body by the
    • Press.)]
    • and give myself up to the impression of it all. And if I have the
    • deepest truth and this deep truth is expressed in simple words when we
  • Title: Significant Facts: Lecture I: A Convulsive Element in Humanity in the Nineteenth Century
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    • god. The Shaman impressed upon him the danger of his position, saying
    • These traits come to expression not only in their doctrines but also
    • the idea and intention underlying it. The fine impressions of this
    • immediately impressed by its grandeur and significance. This
    • despot who has burdened his soul so heavily, with whom the impression
    • a magnificent expression of Polish Messianism. We see how with the
  • Title: Significant Facts: Lecture II: Ancient Occult Magic. The Ahasver Mystery.
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    • arise, so it will be natural one day for the living impression to
    • the impression that will rise up from within them of the truth of
    • this inner impression that will arise quite naturally in the soul
    • the impression that will come of itself, as a kind of remembrance.
    • runs the risk of falling away from Him. And what comes to expression
    • suffocation. For the thought expressed in the word contained a power
    • impelled to give expression to what has come to pass. And now that we
    • different modes of expression, — In the physical world we see
    • task of the spiritual-scientific Movement. Compressed into a few
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    • expression in an actual change of the countenance — true, it
    • be very malicious without this being directly expressed in their
    • into an expression of his inner being — so that it would not
    • expression of his inner being. He was capable of metamorphosis,
    • of expression on his countenance; but in a certain sense his bodily
    • his etheric body and his facial expression take on a slight
    • evolution, men will be born with bodies quite definitely expressing
    • the moral qualities will be expressed in the countenance.
    • physiognomy which in future time will be so inevitably an expression
    • sixth post-Atlantean epoch. The poems give one the impression of
    • his moral qualities expressed in his countenance, in his whole
    • what is born in our souls as the expression of world-evolution.
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    • were, if I may use the expression, elementary-cosmic. Man did not need
    • time did not express themselves as we do, because human speech did not
    • have the same scope as today. But we must express things in our own
    • searched (as we express it today) his conscience. When spring returned,
    • him prestige. (Of course, the feeling was not expressed in words.) A
    • how this expression roused Greeks to a direct and striking perception
    • Anthroposophic Press, Inc., New York.
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    • would seem untrue; the true, the natural, being exhaustively expressed
    • feeling about man and his relation to the universe found expression
    • sound paradoxical. In ancient times people did not express themselves
    • the evolution of mankind this impulse toward outer expression of inner
    • become the highest expression of life (as in what we attempted for the
    • architecture, he would receive impressions relevant to space-free,
    • who still wear national costumes express, through them, the
    • from heaven, expresses himself through his garments.
    • he expresses gentleness or obstinacy in his chin formation. If his previous
    • and chin all current earth impulses are so strong that they press and
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    • leaves the physical world, it tries, as it were, to impress its own
    • entirety, he is an expression of the spiritual.
    • post-Atlantean period. Painters express through lines the fact that
    • purpose being to conjure up on canvas an impression of spatially formed
    • of white sheets, three weeks ago I produced certain visual impressions
    • can press on to the plant world.
    • pressing forward. In other words, we acquire color-perspective instead
    • tries to create an impression of something essentially sculptural upon
    • dimensions. The third dimension expresses itself through red, yellow,
    • are stimulated. For true art is an expression of man's search for a
    • consideration) the spiritual as expressed in earth life, in the
    • upper gods in order to bring to expression, in the events of his great
    • that they might express through him how they perceived earthly human
    • volcanoes, splitting trees, but, rather, rustles in leaves, expresses
    • be expressed that all mankind will extricate itself from naturalism,
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    • Weimar for Italy. The impression he makes in describing his experience
    • is — I must coin a paradoxical expression — at once heroic
    • express his own idea) that he directed his gaze primarily toward the
    • not to express the divine-spiritual offhandedly. For he was convinced
    • just purify seceded nature by artistic fashioning; then it will express
    • the realm of art. The question pressing heavily upon Sternbald is this:
    • and this character is under Tieck's own impression (received
    • which filled Goethe with the enthusiasm expressed in his book on
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    • we shall direct our attention to the way people expressed themselves
    • they could express something super-sensible, that language was fitted
    • to express what appears in star-constellations and star-movements; far
    • which finds expression through words, was the medium by which man entered
    • separated from objects gain pictorial expression in his vault-like head,
    • cosmos. Individual thoughts were expressed through the relative positions
    • time human beings did not intend to express through speech what they
    • mood, lived in the human soul. Then we will receive an impression of
    • We are familiar with the fact that the immediate form impression received
    • brush a single moment? It is not a lie to convey an impression that
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    • he can receive, from the spiritual world, strength to express his
    • in doing this only if one expresses all perceptions through color. If
    • for the beginnings made by impressionism and, still more, by
    • expressionism — been more or less lost.
    • One has dared to press forward boldly to the abyss where art ceases,
    • to express, in the sensory world, this wisdom-filled realm, and the
    • the artist has tried to express their earth-fettered character. But
    • brown having already left the realm of color, it cannot express Mary's
    • is so self-evident that we must not express it. It would be like presenting
    • being itself, we must not express it in mere outer semblance. Therefore
    • and the good, for anyone in search of an idealistic expression mouthed
    • without this relation there is no art. Hence the striving of impressionism
    • and expressionism to return to the spiritual. Though in many cases clumsy,
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    • seized, phantasy has to be suppressed, imagination eliminated; one must
    • Mystery dramas, to present what cannot be expressed in ideas concerning
    • I may use that odd expression) as a result of feeling the forms out
    • can say: Originally architecture expressed the manner in which man wants
    • actually part of that head. Her helmet gives expression to the shaping
    • forehead in Greek profiles, in the whole structure, the Greeks expressed
    • to expression in this peach-blossom-like color; and in it we can learn
    • impression. You may find a certain contradiction because those born
    • we may express living, not abstract, thought by saying: White is the
    • he can gain the power to become an instrument for bringing to expression
    • need is to express something for which words do not suffice, man
    • supplements word with gesture; thus arises mimic art. It expresses
    • is neither indicative nor sweeping but expressive gesture,
    • just as the word itself is expressive gesture. For a word is really
    • a gesture in air. When we form a word, our mouth presses the air into
    • gestures with the whole body, one has eurythmy, an expressive visible
    • expressive gesture of the limbs.
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    • in the dead image of sculpture; how life can be expressed through dead,
    • as if each wants to have a contour within which to express itself. Thus
    • phenomena and resting within itself, this may be expressed artistically
    • If we wish to depict the feeling soul, we can express this reality with
    • phrase for all his theorizing. What can be expressed through the vital
    • weaving of colors can also be expressed through the living weaving of
    • two-dimensional plane express what manifests etherically in space).
    • special relationship to the world as expressed through the arts becomes
    • non-existent, with which men fool themselves. But what power expresses
    • it cannot emerge as long as there is active growing, does not express
    • to expression through man, it was a primary experience for
    • Odysseus and Ajax. Ancient epic poets did not care to express the opinions
    • people surrendered to her influence that was worth expression in epic
    • for instance, we choose a fast or slow rhythm. We express joyful anticipation
    • which flows in soft slow waves, I express sorrow. To repeat, everything
    • he expresses his intention in the very formation of speech.
    • upon the following dark one, thus expressing a soul experience in the
    • with soul and spirit. Word-content can never express soul and spirit.
    • soul's language. It expresses itself in beat, rhythm, melodious theme,
    • as the poem expresses rising and falling inner movements.
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    • only make an impression upon him by being something oneself. He
    • just as a sack of flour will retain any impressions you make upon it
    • retain all his impressions, not because he is curious, but because
    • you yourself are really one with him and make impressions on
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    • acutely sensitive to the impressions of the outer world. And if you
    • what you teach him, does not yet make any impression, except in so
    • reacts to all the impressions aroused in him by the people around
    • seven years of life and not what you express outwardly in words as a
    • make a surly face so that the child gets the impression you are a
    • it is always different. The whole character of a person is expressed
    • of what man is, this will be expressed in his face, and this it is
    • the meaning and spirit of what man wanted to express in picture
    • then expresses its wonder thus: Ah! Then you paint this gesture and
    • above all what is expressed in Eurythmy, letting him take up this
    • often expressed by the teachers to have as many discussions as
    • or when I go into the classes, I get more and more the impression
    • ideas, but, if I may express myself so, it is the imponderable
    • can express a thing infinitely more fully and more richly if we
    • who is naturally healthy feels the necessity to express everything in
    • in the legends, fairy tales and myths, for they express a higher
    • “I” of his. But this is an abstract way of expressing it.
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    • wonderful stories, but he did not make such an impression upon the
    • flitting from one impression to another and cannot hold on to any of
    • them, I must try to pass from one impression to the next even more
    • express it negatively — to dispense with the usual timetable.
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    • as little translation as possible. Vowels are expression of feeling,
    • consonants are imitation of external processes. Each language expresses
    • of feeling, Eurythmy will develop naturally, expressing inner and outer
    • the external expression of this replacing of the old body by a new
    • only expresses certain forms. For you will find that the child has an
    • something very strange happens here. When the astral body presses
    • consists, of course, of sounds, and is either the expression of the
    • expression of something external and then there is a consonant. But
    • always the expression of astonishment, wonder. Or again, a fly
    • settles on my forehead; I say: E (Eh). That is the expression of
    • English included, we find that the vowel A expresses astonishment and
    • form is expressed when you
    • then you are expressing the fact that the head establishes or
    • confirms something. Here you are expressing something quite
    • Thus different things are expressed in the different
    • thing was expressed everywhere, so that this primeval language was
    • the same for all. Then people began to separate and to express things
    • conception is expressed in each word, something that can only be
    • expressed out of feeling. We must take this into account in language
    • active and passive expressions, and longest of all the expression of
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    • first school years it is really only in the method of expression that
    • emphatically not the aim of the Waldorf School Method to suppress
    • like to express, in conclusion, what you will readily appreciate,
    • should like to express the hope that you may succeed in making use of
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    • when the influence of Hippocrates was supreme. Thus an impression is
    • skeletons. There, too, we find a certain weight pressing in a definite
    • bones are delicate, the downward pressing forces are countered
    • obscure and difficult his expressions on many subjects may be, one
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    • motion expresses the equilibrium between the upper and lower
    • still in the realm of mere functions, they are two defects, expressed
    • expression at all as a disturbance of function. It does not appear in
    • the invasion of certain things which are undesirable. To suppress
    • But it does not do so, and is obliged to find expression during sleep.
    • something”, as they often express themselves. But if we simply “get
    • digestion. But if I may use the expression — we can homeopathise, we
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    • commonplace expression. It has retained in some measure the formative
    • dependent on external impressions. The internal formative force is
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    • about 1,300 grammes, but that this full weight cannot press upon the
    • obliterated. The pressure of the brain on its base does not exceed
    • That may seem to some people an unscientific expression, but it is
    • express it better, thoughts that are connected with any organ, there
    • But now — you must excuse my somewhat undiplomatic expression, it is
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    • come from the serum, received the impression that a thorough reform of
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    • say that the plant expresses and bears the imprint of our whole
    • of his heart are not only an expression of what takes place within
    • platonic year is expressed by the same number as the days of a human
    • many of its expressions must be read in a wholly different sense.
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    • time-factor in the study of disease, and — if I may express myself in
    • through the hypogastrium. The whole formative process of man presses
    • organ acting as a dam. This organic pressure on the heart takes place
    • pleurisy. And the lesson should be: beware of suppressing such
    • expression of this struggle of the ego. For studying this struggle,
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    • expressions in the realm of physical functions with the spiritual
    • other. You literally enter the etheric, or its expression, if you
    • plant-formation; the plant has pressed the phantom of its form down
    • This contrast is expressed in a remarkable way in the anatomical
    • be expressed thus: You look out into the world, face the horizon and
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    • also get a direct sensation from the natural sensory impression, as to
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    • blood which has to be transmitted. It expresses and manifests in a
    • affinity, most fully expressed in the digestive system, man is also
    • control the total shaping of man — find their last expression in
    • established and expressed; this is how here the female sexual organs,
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    • preparation Perhaps I do not express this adequately, but those who
    • extra-telluric region. If I may so express it — man contains a
    • shell formation is suppressed and there arises instead the processes
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    • the expression “mental disease”; the spirit is always healthy, and
    • expression is disturbed by the bodily organism, as distinct from a
    • thoughts more often than the context requires. The “how” of expression
    • thoughts expressed are either intelligent or stupid. It is possible to
    • hints, which create the impression of intelligence and wit.
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    • by a compress of arnica in woolen cloths — a proper arnica compress.
    • The application of arnica compresses to any sprain or dislocation or
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    • nature, a cosmic-astral principle. We might express it thus: the plant
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    • liberated from the oppression of weight and can move freely, have
    • organism is, and how we often through the pressure exercised by social
    • patient can receive no visual impression and the result must be nil.
    • sensations of warmth or cold. If anything, whether compress or bath,
    • sensation of warmth, e.g., a warm compress, its effects are not due to
    • from whatever quarter it may operate. In applying cold compresses,
    • compresses and hot baths. Substances which are phosphoric or
    • not then expressed theoretically but in primary phenomena, as for
    • thee from outside.” This might be expressed in other terms: “by doing
    • they embrace law, reality. The human being is there, when I express
    • makes a deep impression on the human mind in childhood, is not worked
    • impressions so contrary to normal conditions that they remain confined
    • impressions. Thus they remain, as it were, in the soul where they are
    • task of turning to account the impressions of youth. Something wrong
    • activity is everywhere at work in matter, represses so much that must
    • not be repressed if we are to form a sound conception of our human
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    • be expressed as follows: from the standpoint of spiritual research,
    • and which would certainly make a great impression on the general
    • great social value, and all that might tend to repress this healthy
    • in the sphere of influence of another. We repress his activity. But
    • suppression of activity and of inner initiative gives rise to
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    • environment? Should these cosmic forces attain their full expression
    • But this tendency, which expresses Cosmic forces passing into the
    • suppression of the plant-nature in mineralisation.
    • only interact through the barrier — if I may so express myself — of
    • latter forces, with their expression ultimately in the heart, work
    • express myself, a dividing wall must be set up between the two forms
    • may be so strongly impressed that there arises an urge to objectify
    • to repress the constantly arising tendency to diseases of the lower
    • the expressionist school supply examples of this remarkable activity.
    • intuitive impression of the functional conditions of his body from his
    • rhythms, which find their crudest expression in the respiratory
    • which has its crudest expression in breathing, and that other and
    • impressions of the external world. Whether at this stage of life we
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    • might express this difference as follows. Earth makes continual
    • expression of my statements, and indeed the facts of hæmophilia are
    • antimonial forces act on man at the moment in which something presses
    • these simple terms; if I sought to impress current science, more
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    • Nux vomica counteracts all these phenomena, by suppressing the
    • excessive alcoholic indulgences. By suppressing this sensitivity, the
    • shifted into the soul region, and we have the symptoms of depression.
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    • reasonable or clever, and then everything that is not an expression
    • process of growth and development which expresses, as strongly as in
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    • soul-life. Before I read the press notice let me tell you that
    • in the very same way as he does. And now let us read this press
    • for freedom, which, nursed by the suppression he laboured under in
    • thinking, as it expresses itself in the superficial soul-life, has
    • and organisation of the brain; and then we saw how behind expressions
    • produce there pictures of the impressions that are living in the
    • it, even where it comes to expression in so-called insanity —
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    • pressing forward today from the physical to recognition and knowledge
    • also its physical expression in the warmth organism — gravity
    • to press on its base, the delicate blood vessels of the latter would
    • therefore, the brain presses on its base with a weight only of 20
    • His ego and astral body would be under necessity to press into the
    • he wakes up; if he succeeds in pressing his way through, he
    • again. The astral body will remain pressed against the surface of the
    • forth with our will. And the failure to press through with the will
    • finds expression in moral defects. You see now what are the inner
    • in such a way in the organism of the mother that there is pressure at
    • and a reflection of the pressure and congestion makes its appearance
    • infiltration of our brain (if I may so express it), which is, as we
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    • him pain, ideas evoke fear and depression follows. Enuresis connected
    • child. Alternation of depression and sense of well-being. Teacher
    • jammed in the organ. An astral and ego atmosphere of high pressure
    • being. (I say “so-called”, because the expression “normal
    • and depression invariably sets in. Feelings which are not
    • comprehended, not taken hold of by ideas, give rise to depression;
    • only those feelings are not of a depressing nature, which, as soon as
    • expression with somewhat rude plainness, is nocturnal enuresis.
    • can be most expressive when we extend its application to the
    • experienced at the origination of an idea, does not express itself in
    • teachers. If I may use a frivolous expression — are not most
    • carefully how the condition alternates between depression on the one
    • depression and mania? Owing to the inward soreness, there is a
    • perpetual longing not to let the will come to expression. If the will
    • fails to unfold in the life of ideas, then conditions of depression
    • because the inner soreness is repressed and the child can now flow
    • we are faced with depression in the child. The first step will have
    • cope with the depression we are experiencing with him, and able
    • get hold of the idea in their soul. One could express it in the
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    • the head and metabolic systems. Impressions in the head system reach
    • impression, leading to fixed ideas. Opposite condition when
    • impressions are too strongly absorbed and produce disturbances. These
    • system. The relationship between systole and diastole is expressed in
    • of an impression received in the one ego organisation (here in the
    • all the impressions we receive from the external world have their
    • organisation. If I receive an impression from without, it disappears
    • carry one single impression for hours on end; if it did, it would
    • have to identify itself with the impression. No, it is down below
    • that the impressions are preserved; and they have to make their way
    • constitutionally weak. In that case, when impressions occur, the
    • impressions do not stamp themselves deeply enough into the lower
    • system. The ego, let us say, receives an impression. If everything
    • were normal, the stamp of the impression would be passed on to the
    • is too weak, so that the impressions do not stamp themselves strongly
    • enough, then the impressions that fail to sink down into the ego
    • weak; consequently, the impression does not sink down, but rays back
    • watch!” The impression keeps coming back. In the education of
    • back” of impressions will go on happening with greater and
    • consequence of the albumen being too rich in sulphur, the impressions
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    • head is narrow here (in front) on both sides, and pressed
    • part (at the back) expresses strong permeation by the will. The
    • the front) as we remarked, the head is pressed together. In all
    • with the forces of heredity. As a result of this compression, the
    • narrowed by external pressure, it is certainly difficult for the head
    • skull have been pressed together by a blow from outside, there will,
    • few impressions as possible; and we must try to bring these few
    • impressions into association with one another. The instruction we set
    • of the English. He has many other similar expressions. Instead of
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    • symptom like this a whole life can be expressed! Think of the mother
    • finds expression in the violent twitchings and spasms.
    • the left. This finds expression also in the fact that the child turns
    • fact reached a kind of crisis, that is expressing itself inwardly in
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    • eyes. As a matter of fact, he has no more than a general impression
    • of light — no precise impressions at all.
    • how firmly the head organisation is compressed here (at the
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    • horse-radish compresses recommended. Child to be broken of habit of
    • moral impulses, comes to expression within Earth existence alone. We
    • expression when he becomes a researcher in natural science. He is
    • senses will always be found to express itself in an enlargement of
    • the quiet and the dark, receiving no impressions. As a matter of
    • as few impressions as ever possible; then the impulse for quick and
    • pronounced. Hot compresses were applied, and compresses of poppy
    • some time or other to express itself in such a crisis. When this
    • as Frau Dr. Wegman did. After the application of hot compresses and
    • poppy juice compresses the crisis will subside in a proper way. The
    • reason why this man made such a remarkable impression on me as a
    • home, we reinforce it by applying mustard compresses to the feet
    • weariness, the slight signs of depression, will, if we push too far
    • with our treatment, lead on to conditions of bodily depression, and
    • expression to what we are feeling and experiencing in our soul, then
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    • age. School attainments reported nil. He should paint and express in
    • shows, you see, a certain obtuseness to external impressions. We
    • Spirit of God, or what other expression you prefer to use. (But
    • else than a realistic impression or record of what you have before
    • still expressing itself today — and not merely in words, it
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    • symptoms. Strong impressions needed. Child remembers simple folk
    • Nerves and senses unable to endure strong impressions. Medical
    • this kind occurs, which finds expression in the soul organism, then
    • what the child receives by way of impressions fails to penetrate into
    • impressions we intend her to receive; in all our work with her, we
    • must see to it that strong impressions are brought to bear on
    • body and I have no part in the retention of impressions in memory. As
    • impressions are left lying in the part of the human being that
    • impression of the day does not succeed in embodying itself into it.
    • Our first task will be therefore to induce strong impressions, in
    • finds that easier.”) So the capacity for receiving impressions
    • three lines. She will in this way receive a powerful impression of
    • her with impressions that are without rhythm. Do not imagine that any
    • reach the point where rhythmical impressions are able to act upon the
    • child, and then go on to non rhythmical impressions. In this way we
    • therapy we have already indicated; the girl should have compresses
    • immediately before us; here we are simply recalling them. Compresses
    • will need however to watch whether the impressions you bring to him
    • wherever an abnormality expresses itself in laziness and inertia,
    • better expressed, an inner slovenliness. But along with this, in
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    • is able to express itself in such malformations, Goethe sees a
    • him which is finding expression in these abnormalities.
    • within the cosmos is expressed in the fact that the root has grown
    • by the Rudolf Steiner Press as
    • with which it has expressed agreement — naturally through the
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    • impressions to arise out of the soul, so that only a dreamy
    • it is really very difficult to express what is now arrived at,
    • rule in ordinary life, if all impressions received by
    • expression that we use when we say for example “Here
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    • foreign process, and in a sense — if I were to express it
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    • also to a "handling," if I may use the expression, of life as a
    • when he takes in the impressions of the outer world so that he
    • the Ego-organisation and the astral body; they impress
    • is always for the Ego-organisation and the astral body to press
    • impresses the most intense form of its activity upon the
    • continually being repressed, man's being of soul and Spirit
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    • of memories and feelings and subjective impressions to arise
    • difficult to express what is now arrived at, because in face of
    • ordinary life, if all impressions received by sight or hearing
    • it not really rather an extraordinary expression that we use
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    • a sense — if I were to express it crudely or trivially
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    • impressions of the outer world so that he may work them over
    • the Ego-organisation and the astral body; they impress
    • always for the Ego-organisation and the astral body to press
    • physical organisation, for there the Ego of man impresses the
    • being repressed, man's being of soul and spirit could never
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    • suppressing these strong thoughts which have been made so powerful by
    • can actually learn to suppress the life of the senses. One then
    • which is perpetually suppressing, inhibiting the forces of growth and
    • “organs” of expression, so also has the Ego. In this case the
    • suppressed. It is because one is able to observe these things in a
    • silicic acid processes are the external counterpart, the expression
    • (if I may use such an expression) it is seen that in a patient the
    • predominance of the etheric body, which is not suppressed by a
    • being pressed outwards, because the Ego is not able work strongly
    • spiritual elements and beings that express themselves through them.
    • right angles, becoming therefore horizontal. It presses outwards as
    • such an outgrowth is somewhere or other suppressed, restrained, in its
    • Through the fact that it represses the
    • world-secrets themselves — was expressed in ideas, it became, at
    • could be expressed as goodness — that was religion. And
    • stimulating to goodness, on the other hand to the true expression of
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    • suppressing these strong thoughts which have been made so powerful by
    • can actually learn to suppress the life of the senses. One then
    • which is perpetually suppressing, inhibiting the forces of growth and
    • “organs” of expression, so also has the Ego. In this case the
    • suppressed. It is because one is able to observe these things in a
    • silicic acid processes are the external counterpart, the expression
    • (if I may use such an expression) it is seen that in a patient the
    • predominance of the etheric body, which is not suppressed by a
    • being pressed outwards, because the Ego is not able work strongly
    • spiritual elements and beings that express themselves through them.
    • right angles, becoming therefore horizontal. It presses outwards as
    • such an outgrowth is somewhere or other suppressed, restrained, in its
    • Through the fact that it represses the
    • world-secrets themselves — was expressed in ideas, it became, at
    • could be expressed as goodness — that was religion. And
    • stimulating to goodness, on the other hand to the true expression of
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    • which of course in this first Appeal had to be compressed into
    • expression? — It finds expression in everything, from
    • most forcible, its most comprehensive expression in
    • actually takes place, or — expressed in this learned
    • expression in quite definite impulses; it finds its
    • immediate expression in the demand of the day for
    • men's souls and seeking expression in acts, — all this is
    • different behind; as I expressed it myself in my lecture, there
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    • express themselves especially in the etheric body and are
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    • was the documents and the impressions of the physical plane
    • Christianity in its true form was repressed for a while until
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    • expression of spiritual beings. The individual who knows
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    • are inspired shall find special expression in this beautiful
    • sincere; and anthroposophical friendship is expressed by your
    • Christ-name, the movements who know how to express the true
    • our post-Atlantean era can be expressed through the words of
    • put into practice as an expression of the spirit of our time,
    • were united in wanting to express a heartfelt desire and name
    • suffering? Is birth suffering, as Buddha expressed it?
    • expressed by the preceding words and by calling down the
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    • Evangelist John expressly lets him point to those places in
    • souls. Our blood is the physical expression of our ego, and
    • is the physical expression of our astral body. Not a single
    • blood—the expression of the ego that is constantly
    • expression is in the blood, was not touched by an impulse now
    • express this certainty is the meaning of today's
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    • expression for the ego is the blood. That is a great secret,
    • Christ Jesus, the expression and copy of His ego, in the
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    • how the material world is but the physical expression of the
    • sentiment that would express itself as follows:
    • outward expression of the spiritual by starting from the
    • sense impressions, and then out of his innermost being the
    • Feelings have expressed the hope that such people will also
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    • understand that this physical world is but the expression or
    • expression of the sun's great aura. The sun is the body
    • feeble superficial expression of the great and lofty words
    • expression of my deeds” — the astral body. Such
    • different name can express the “I am the I
    • spiritual world. Such a statement expresses something of
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    • I was particularly impressed with all this recently. (I have often
    • as it approaches mankind, expresses itself to some extent in the
    • leaf, which, wrests itself out of the Earth and presses forward into
    • things which are the expression of forces that have grown to harmful
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    • men were civilized. They might have expressed it as follows: We men
    • One of the ways in which this mood expressed itself was through the
    • years, becoming thicker and thicker, and how this expressed itself in
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    • world-order — is pressing in upon him. The vicarious Deed of
    • been impressed into the etheric and into the physical body.
    • had a definite impression of this remarkable fact, and the Initiates
    • He finally realizes that an altogether different world is pressing in
    • moral expression very different from the natural order. If we could
    • reality men will not look; they will not press forward to that
    • nowadays is an expression of the fact that a higher condition is
    • impression from any talk of the spirit as the simple old uncle in the
    • our studies to a close, not however without expressing a wish that
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    • them Druid sages, for both are expressions entirely suited to that
    • quite correct to use this expression — only when we realize that
    • was there. And instead of the printing-press man had the cromlech in
    • impression which we today receive, quite rightly, when in our way
    • directly, and it worked far more intensely than a sense-impression
    • regarded as sick and ill anyone who even attempted to express anything
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    • other parts of Europe the impression of the energy of human creative
    • piled up by Nature herself, the impressions that pour in upon one do
    • time of our sojourn amidst beautiful impressions which will be
    • more able than are such thoughts today to press up to the souls of the
    • fact, if I may be allowed to use the expression, he sees the hatred as
    • extremely difficult to express these in human words and thoughts.
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    • tend more than all the rest to hinder man from pressing on into the
    • earth; and when we turn back to that time, the impression We get is
    • beings on earth thought and felt. Every soul receives impressions
    • the observation of such souls is still one of the most impressive
    • experiences, and one carries away a wealth of impressions. I will
    • clairvoyant experience a child in whose countenance is expressed
    • innocence and inexperience of the world expresses in its aura
    • leads to speech; and this is, indeed, expressed in the nature of man
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    • if I may express myself in the modern sense — as the Christmas
    • modern forms of expression, but there were appropriate forms in the
    • expressed in the Creed as “the Descent into Hell.”
    • “Through what is symbolically expressed in the Descent into Hell
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    • from the inspiring effect of the festivals was expressed in the rest
    • inspiring element and all that comes to expression in human life. When
    • this living-with-Nature to expression in an appropriate festival
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    • in our language. You will find in Goethe's Faust the expression
    • reached its culmination, its festival expression, at the time of the
    • inwardly by the human being, which expressed itself for example as I
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    • express in our language today what man felt when autumn came, we
    • compressed. Nevertheless what I am sharing with you here was taught in
    • “Beware of the Evil” could also be expressed: “Beware,
    • for they expressed rather the moral interpretation: “Beware of
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    • whole impression made by the physical world is very strong, these
    • question inwardly oppresses or makes us uneasy, the breathing process
    • that the Luciferic forces tend to express themselves in an ether-body
    • human being and the Luciferic powers in the Cosmos, gives expression
    • of modern times the ether-body is compressed and contracted, has
    • Every age, after all, has known how to express its essential
    • to expression in the child, human nature itself will be impaired owing
    • questions and riddles pressed in upon them.
    • expressed in the creations of Greek Art, everything that constituted
    • Everything that the Ego accumulates in the head must be pressed down
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    • that the processes in the soul are no more than the expression of the
    • downwards and we see on the surface what looks like the impress of a
    • man has also been walking on the road and made the other impressions
    • expression, a right-and-left symmetry. Had he not two ears, two eyes,
    • is an expression of the fact that Lucifer from one side and Ahriman
    • whole left and right relationship is an expression of the fight that
    • takes up his position in the world of space. Expressed in the language
    • a barricade against the upward pressure of Ahriman. Ahriman can reach
    • building, and then study this model or impression. What you go into
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    • this comes to expression in the etheric body, without Ahriman and
    • dissolving, in perpetual alternation — such is the expression of the
    • expression of thinking; when the Luciferic forces are in ascendance,
    • we have an expression of willing; and when they are in mutual conflict
    • one with the other, we have an expression of feeling. Thus do
    • makes an extraordinary impression upon our consciousness. For it
    • taking place in the world outside. It is of course all expressed in
    • away from himself. Kant has given great and grand expression to this
    • he may keep his sense of gravity. Schiller expressed it very
    • duty? Of course he does not use the expressions “Lucifer” and
    • in life, or how duty and right come to expression in the life of duty
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    • be heard in what found expression, for example, in Maria, who felt
    • she was inspired to express this in the way she speaks. It is
    • to create something (if I may so express myself) that is both
    • And in order to bring these free rhythms to expression, in a way
    • and experience of art as expressed and revealed in the
    • of art expressed in the Roman Iphigeneia is entirely
    • different to that which comes to expression in the German-Gothic
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    • relationship with that world which is expressed in the art of
    • real meaning of this expression, maer –
    • Nachtmar (nightmare): for this same expression is used to
    • describe certain dreams which are caused by being oppressed, as it
    • declamation gives expression in poetry, and takes hold of the human
    • human organism when the art of poetry is expressed through
    • expression. How this instrument is used in singing and in
    • deeper, inner relationship between poetic utterance or expression
    • shall be able to show you what poetry, as expressed in recitation
    • piano (if I may so express myself) where we experience the pulse
    • to turn his speech inward, so that, having suppressed his
    • to expression in his speech: it was the harmony between
    • Alp, the nightmare – found expression in pictures, and
    • expression an experience that is more visual, finding expression in
    • experienced a musical element and expressed this in metre, so the
    • Nordic man experienced a pictorial element, which he expressed in
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    • were compressed from spatiality into something two-dimensional yet
    • expression, albeit of a different kind, to what was present in the
    • finds expression in the metre, in the long and short syllables.
    • presses, so to speak, against the organs of mental representation,
    • element is brought to expression and mediated through the word,
    • they give outward expression in the external representations. Thus,
    • enjoyed. This expresses itself best in metre, in a quiet
    • will lives in the waves of vocal expression. Here the transition is
    • especially endowed, and which they brought to expression when they
    • to external deeds, and expressed the movement poetically on the
    • breath which fails to become representation, and expresses itself,
    • Through the dim door of sleep that seem to press,
    • man himself becomes an instrument of artistic expression. Knowledge
    • soul-element which gives it artistic expression. We can then, for
    • soul-element which we grasp, and which must come to expression in
  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture IV: Poetry and the Art of Speech
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    • which he can give expression to what reaches him from the poet only
    • to expression. For it is in the vowel sounds that man’s
    • essentially inward experience is expressed. In the single
    • and consonants) themselves express their relationship to inwardness
    • to hear how lyrical poems come to expression with varying nuances,
    • soul expresses in the prose content is recast into form, into
    • outer world will be brought to expression in its full strength
    • cosmic rhythm which is expressed in the rhythmic system of man.
    • Furthermore, I showed how this comes to find expression in poetry
    • expressed in poetic form depends on the interplay between the
    • poetic must come to expression through recitation and declamation
    • And what lives in rhythm is expressed again in the musicality of
    • its own artistic forms must be represented when it is expressed in
    • fundamentally the expression of a
    • expresses a kind of going-out of the human “I” –
    • being-within-oneself. Everything expressed in a self-collected
    • expression in raising the pitch. And when a human being sinks below
    • find particular expression in
    • expression of this formative treatment of speech – and of
    • The place thou pressest on thy
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    • say something merely as an expression of the prose-content –
    • poetry is brought to expression, which in our case is recitation
    • toward the prosaic. It comes to express a conviction; it comes to
    • express what is demanded within the framework of conventions of a
    • comes to be permeated more and more with expressions of conviction,
    • with conventional social expression and to that extent becomes less
    • world finds expression in the vowel-sounds. Occurrences that we
    • world, come to expression in the consonants of a language.
    • matter of bringing inner being to expression, the poet will be
    • being expressed. The reciter or declaimer must take this up, for he
    • found expression in discord and overcome the material dissonance
    • speaking, metre is brought to expression specifically through
    • for a poetry wanting in thought; it simply expresses thought, not
    • The art of speech-formation must have direct expression. What is
    • Goethe, who expresses so beautifully a living apprehension of
    • of external experience, simply trying to express external
    • verses express what I have just claimed as emerging straight from
    • to impressions of what he regarded
    • achieve a spiritual expression of the literal prose content; he
    • expression – into the Apollonian, into metrical form. Because
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  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture V: Poetry and Recitation
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    • conceptually of sense-impressions. The poet knew that his inner
    • it to expression as it spoke in the soul, one dived down not only
    • the expressivity of the human soul. In this way he attained the
    • and circulation is expressed something which is first given, in its
    • expression by the poet.
    • pursued to those depths where it lives out its expression in
    • of people all over the earth. The mood of 1848 finds expression
    • thoughts, express
  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture VII: The Uttering of Syllables and the Speaking of Words
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    • direct impression. We are thus in a quite special position in
    • expression imposed upon the poet to the level of mere prose can
    • Filled with expressible bliss, in which I
  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture VIII: The Interaction of Breathing and Blood-Circulation
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    • blood-circulation. In a mature man the ratio expressed in the
    • against the solid material facts (to adopt an expression from the
  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture IX: The Alliteration and Terminal Rhyme
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    • poetry expresses man’s yearning to stop at the syllable and
    • The earl pressed after; the monster
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • world-outlooks, find practical expression in human life, including
    • soul-life is nourished. The very first sense-impression, in fact all
    • always expressed the fact that this triad is present not only in the
    • been given, because it was felt to express the relation of the third
    • Will upon Will must evoke an unpleasant impression.
    • comes to expression in the human organism, as an inviolable sanctuary
    • expressed in the grandest, most significant way in the New Testament
    • impression on the disciples, one might say — yet it is obvious
    • that the writers of the Gospels wished to give the impression that
    • impression that the Christ appeared in this altered form. But they
    • Christianity which finds twofold expression: on the one hand in the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture III: Sources of Knowledge of Christ, Lord of Karma
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    • through exercises and holy life they have pressed on in advance of
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IV: Experiencing the Christ Impulse, Jerome and the Gospel of St. Matthew
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    • express truly the immense significance and depth of all that happened
    • expression to the highest truths that man has to grope for —
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture V: Redemption of the Physical Body
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    • sentences, makes a most significant impression. But this is so only
    • able finally to express in wonderful, monumental, simple words
    • is not a good expression, we can use it for the present — by
    • fourth epoch comes to full expression. The wonderful Greek culture is
    • the purest expression of the fourth post-Atlantean epoch.
    • salvation for men is expressed in the four great holy truths of
    • indeed expressed with intense clearness and significance in this
    • them it was expressed externally in the human form. Let us now recall
    • this form that gave expression to the commands, the laws, of the
    • tragedy is present indirectly in ancient Hebraism, and is expressed
    • liveth. This I cannot express otherwise than in the words: My skin,
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VI: St. John and St. Paul, First Adam and Second Adam
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    • Apostle John in his last years expressed the quintessence of
    • some things can be compressed into a few words, so that these few
    • say that we receive a remarkably factual impression when the
    • directly from the experience of Damascus. We can perhaps express what
    • expressed by Paul. Certainly it is pleasant to interpret something
    • impresses on the substance, so is a ‘thought’ related to
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha, Greek, Hebrew and Buddhist Thought
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    • the stream which found expression in Gautama Buddha half a millennium
    • day, the stream of thought which finds expression in Buddhism
    • any kind of physical or bodily reincarnation. The expression employed
    • clear to you that here the Ego-consciousness found expression in a
    • gradually form an impression of the very peculiar way in which this
    • to expression only in the streams and forces of the etheric body. If we
    • this is symbolically expressed in the Bible as the Fall, together
    • could fall into the tragic mood which found expression in those words
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VIII: The Two Jesus Children, Zoroaster and Buddha
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    • Gospel we have a remarkable expression which indicates something that
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IX: The Exoteric Path to Christ
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    • finds expression in the Holy Communion, is a union with the Being of
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture X: The Esoteric Path to Christ
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    • were pressing into our head; we feel all the pain and suffering of
    • if the impressions were merely in the astral body and etheric body.
    • quite remarkable impression on him. He will say to himself: ‘I
    • come did not exist. It will express itself somewhat as follows: ‘I
    • over from earlier lives.’ This will oppress the heart, will
    • great transformation, always takes place. To express it more in
    • expressed it in the line, ‘Wer immer strebend sich bemüht,
  • Title: Deed of Christ: Lecture 2: The Deed of Christ