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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • consideration of human freedom is too pronounced on the part of the
    • on himself. Through insignificant alterations the loftiest heights are
    • For this brief duration of time he must become blind and deaf to his
    • not to one man, one family. They are not part of one generation or one
    • actual alteration of the soul, that relate to the most profoundly
    • Another point of consideration is that in order to awaken in the soul
    • schooling are called preparation or catharsis, enlightenment and
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • illustration of the relation of the ‘practical people’
    • normal educational preparation this is really not to difficult, but
    • women had to get there with very much less preparation. Not only
    • have taken too short a time span into consideration, one has only to
    • is especially music which is able to send its vibrations deep into
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • for the execution of the intentions, aspirations and impulses of
    • appears to be a conglomeration of chemical events.
    • the deterioration of the physical body. Men as well as animals also
    • disintegration is part of the activity of the astral body. There is
    • Without this process of disintegration within
    • disintegration processes within animals are directed by an entity
    • disintegration process not the nerves themselves but the activity
    • and that is brought about through the degeneration and dissolution
    • generated by the disintegration of protein. Inner light is produced
    • in appropriate moderation in each individual man. Each individual
    • called forth by the ego's inner penetration. Thus, a person can
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • preparation is being made for this — that some individual here
    • to value what is positive, namely the penetration of spiritual forces
    • Anthroposophy is the preparation for everything that the future holds
    • the realm of the Harmony of the Spheres. The numerical ratios in
    • chemistry are an expression of the numerical ratios of the Harmony of
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • judgment. Then you are taking into consideration what there is in the
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • because it takes into consideration the development of the human soul.
    • In natural science it is admitted that a mere descriptive enumeration
    • Modern pedagogy, with its efforts to be established on rational lines,
    • grounded in a sound preparation of the moral life. This, the Dionysian
    • cosmos. Whereas egotism resided in man's penetration into his
    • prescribed in the ancient mysteries to bring inspiration to man became
    • ineffectual, because humanity was receptive to this inspiration only
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • preparation for the Mystery of Golgotha two Jesus-children were born.
    • In a certain sense as preparation this Mystery, as I have already
    • before was in preparation for and pointed to this Event, which was the
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • I owe to Christ's first sacrifice in preparation for the Mystery of
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • or, in other words, the concentration of our thought life.
    • What is this concentration of thought life?
    • upon the concentration of thinking, begin just where our everyday
    • such concentration is to be fruitful, that person must indeed become
    • of the senses ebbs away. Then we lose consciousness. In concentration,
    • a single mental image. This is what makes concentration radically
    • to work for years on such concentration exercises; it is impossible to
    • But the one exercise that I have characterized as concentration or as
    • research. A large part of the preparation for spiritual research
    • soul-spiritual being after its separation from the body. This being
    • The first stage of spiritual research is separation of the
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • relates the significance of the Lucifer-Christ-Ahriman configuration
    • as a declaration of war. Kaiser Wilhelm II and Czar Nicholas II, who
    • We are injecting this configuration of a relationship between Christ,
    • cultivation of Paul's declaration, “Not I, but Christ in me.”
    • Christ, but must set our sight on the threefold configuration: Christ,
    • consideration we must adopt a mode of perception by which neither
    • The speedy separation and the diffusion of the ether body is
    • Certain preparations are necessary. When some souls in the course of
    • that since 1879 a violent struggle has been in preparation between
    • into consideration the underlying causes that made this World War a
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • own epoch, throughout its duration, will develop and unfold the
    • streaming upwards from the work of men below in preparation for the
    • worlds, this is the true consecration of a working group. To cherish
    • consecration that is the foundation of a working group within the
    • belief, and their work should be of the nature of cooperation among
    • in full consciousness, make preparation for communities into which he
    • Western Europe, as a preparation for the sixth epoch, we try among
    • we see therein only evil, wickedness, degeneration, senselessness. If
    • not filled merely with evil and degeneration. It is our aim to realize
    • letting His inspiration now into us, receiving Him into our
    • foundation of a group we will take this as our motto of consecration:
    • able to receive such words of consecration and carry on our work in
    • consecration. They pledge themselves to think constantly of those who
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • the operation of natural forces, and these discoveries have brought about a
    • which preparation has been made during childhood and youth, has to be
    • preparation of certain events below the surface, is to be prevented.
    • during the 19th century. I will not cite as an illustration anything taken
    • Deubler as an individual we can well feel admiration. He became a
    • in an age which accords scientific achievements the admiration, which is
    • referring as out of date. But that is not the subject under consideration. The
    • generation swallows such things, and pretends to believe them, is a symptom of
    • in terms of string vibrations, etc. But the musical ear receives a very
    • different message from these vibrations. A spiritual researcher is a man
    • symphony manifests itself through the phenomenon of vibrations. And I
    • synchronous vibration with spiritual existence. Henceforth such a person
    • offers one of the ways (we shall here leave others out of consideration) of
    • considerations, and to allow facts as they develop to speak for themselves.
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • Even what I lately said about the configuration of philosophical
    • configuration of mankind in future is the merest quackery unless it is
    • they are “inspirations” imparted by a demon out of the
    • themselves the expressions of and configurations of feeling in other
    • the tendencies making for social separation have to be overcome, and
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • from the whole man, when it is separated from rationalism and is
    • lifted to the plane of Imagination, Inspiration, and Intuition — only
    • difficult considerations of economics, in the areas of capital and
    • Therefore, the main consideration is not merely to think of what lies
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • his penetration into many things connected with the so-called
    • had nothing to do with modern times. A makeshift separation of the
    • of Golgotha, the configuration of peoples on earth was determined from
    • Then came the great migrations of the peoples. Men wandered over the
    • such migration. But in respect of physical heredity, the descendants
    • historic impulse came into operation. For a period of time a certain
    • happening now to a ‘vertical’ migration of peoples, whereas in
    • earlier times what took place was a ‘horizontal’ migration. This
    • directed, not by racial considerations, not by what develops out of
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • Inspiration and the third capacity the force of Intuition. The question now
    • and form the power of Inspiration. And the forces that in bygone times
    • From this you will see that the forces of Imagination, Inspiration and
    • twenty-one. So the forces that live in Imagination, Inspiration and
    • All sorts of questions arise from these considerations, questions that are
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • the being is taken into consideration. No account whatever is taken of
    • the warmth that is within us, and governs and gives it configuration,
    • astral body brings these forces of feeling into physical operation in
    • fluid organism with its own inner differentiation and configuration;
    • of air-vibrations is like a person who says: Man has only his physical
    • organism, and there is no soul in it. If the air-vibrations are
    • only general, abstract ideas of this interpenetration; we will reach a
    • elaboration of perceptions from the moment of waking to that of
    • configuration. A man may dream of coiling snakes when something is out
    • Inspiration, Intuition. These are the stages which lie above
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • take these things into consideration if we are to reach a view of the
    • world view, this is a conglomeration from a primeval nebula, and
    • well as the solid organism with its configuration into bones, muscles,
    • regards the essential reality of tone as a matter of vibrations of the
    • Think of all the experiences in your life that came from aspiration
    • was the inmost secret of Initiation. The best illustration of these
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • complicated process in operation there remains just as hidden from
    • yielded by Imagination, Inspiration, Intuition.
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • into consideration historical events in order to understand human
    • constituted only a kind of preparation — they were a preparatory
    • this inner hollowness of our Christmas celebrations. We should make the
    • worthiest feelings to pass through our souls. Such a festival celebration
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • these yearly celebrations. The way in which the Christmas mystery
    • Of what nature were these preparations? These preparations for a
    • also in the case of such purely mathematical considerations, the
    • real penetration into the starry heavens; they saw what was spiritual
    • You see, what must be taken into consideration is that in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • and conscientious preparation was necessary before he dare bridge the
    • must not be crossed without due preparation.
    • self-evolution and self-knowledge, by achieving inner liberation from
    • The preparation of the pupil in the Wisdom School was therefore
    • after most careful preparation has become the common property of all
    • this exploration until he had received the right discipline and
    • time unconscious, Goethe rejected utterly the separation of the being
    • it must grow into Imagination, Inspiration and Intuition. And this
    • English translation in preparation.
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • is obvious that aberrations, inclinations that often run counter to
    • operations of the will, it has again and again been emphasized that
    • these operations of the will are as withdrawn from human consciousness
    • True, we cannot perceive the will in actual operation, but the effects
    • operations of the will, only we are not aware of them — precisely
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • experienced a certain amount of inspiration in it, but the moment he called it
    • aspects of life, replacing inspiration and inner experience. This
    • he longed for liberation from the abstraction of modern times, from
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • These configurations of the etheric body remain during the embryonic
    • new, the real, etheric heart. This etheric heart is a concentration of
    • learned to speak and think and since its own configuration was
    • way the cosmos, with its cosmic configuration, is taken into our
    • configurations of the human heart.
    • way, our etheric heart is given over to disintegration, and we now
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • with his rationalistic intellect and love of abstraction he tends to
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • man would be a preparation for the life after death. Now, through the
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • restoration of forces through nutrition. And this work is the
    • the course of today's considerations you will begin to understand how
    • interpenetration of the physical and superphysical human being would
    • directly. Naturally this penetration is strongest in the head, where
    • direct penetration of the organism by way of the ego brings about
    • upward, which are not given sufficient heaviness through integration
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • ideas of what is important. In addition, certain deliberations must be
    • concentration, a microcosmic concentration of all world processes within
    • scientific considerations.
    • encompasses respiration, blood circulation, the rhythmic activities of the
    • Thus an anthroposophical consideration leads to the recognition of a
    • operation of the human organism will consider the otherwise amazing
    • come under consideration since pulmonary tuberculosis is an
    • treatment.) This is where administration by injection must be introduced.
    • administration which can best work upon the rhythmic processes in man.
    • hygienic-therapeutic considerations — as always must be the case in a
    • that one can hardly approach the ill person with rational discussion. As a
    • matter of fact it is just that impossibility of rational exchange which
    • A febrile illness of prolonged duration which is marked by hectic
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • inner organs which are the organs of respiration, and with our Ego we
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • worlds — through long periods of time, in preparation for all that can now
    • considerations a little further, and that is what I want to do today.
    • the unending inspiration of such as can understand — all his work that
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • understand this, we must begin by taking into consideration the frame
    • through inspirations from the spiritual world and did not think about
    • just set forth. The incorporation of the intellect, which began
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • inauguration of the Lessing Theatre. It did not fail to produce a
    • now attributed to decorations, costumes, etc., the frequent changes of
    • Whereas in a modern play so much depends on scenery, decorations, etc.
    • decorations, etc., so that the effect of his plays may be handicapped
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • Neuman-Hofer at the inauguration of the Lessing Theatre. It did
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • explain the confluence of Life and Form out of the cooperation of Good
    • Root Race which has been in preparation since the founding of
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • An address delivered to the First Annual Congress of the Federation
    • assure you that I am now very near to the secret of the generation and
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • a simple narration of what is found by spiritual investigation. These
    • that consideration of the life between death and a new birth is
    • sleeping life must be taken into consideration. A third thing must
    • Dead is preferable to a specific funeral oration. The Catholic ritual
    • Catholic service includes no funeral oration but consists in ceremony,
    • oration referring to the life of the one who has died, will have great
    • of co-operation of the so-called living with the so-called dead. The
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • reality in our materialistic time, the significance of the alteration
    • really be a work of art. The alterations made by the artist in what
    • condition midway between rational necessity and natural necessity.
    • This middle condition, he finds, emerges when rational necessity bows
    • spiritualised. Thus rational necessity and natural necessity come
    • metaphysical abstraction. What Schiller calls the liberation of
    • rational necessity from its rigidity, this is what happens when the
    • facts. But through them pulses an adumbration of something that can
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • influence of rational necessity. Man can commit himself to follow
    • rational necessity, as the other pole of his existence. But then he
    • this rational necessity, it is still something that compels him. And
    • if this rational necessity is consolidated into the laws of an
    • the content of rational necessity, truly his own.
    • rational necessity — as the highest human virtue. “Duty,
    • Thus Schiller seeks to draw down rational necessity into his human
    • ideal for human beings. If a mutual permeation of rational necessity
    • terribly abstract if he gave himself up to rational necessity. He must
    • rationality, sensuality, aesthetic activity — work together in
    • beings in whom rational necessity permeates sensual necessity, and
    • sensual necessity is spiritualised by rational necessity — when
    • of abstract philosophical talk, including talk about rational
    • rational necessity, aesthetic impulse, sensual necessity. For him
    • why, in such significant and representative considerations as those
    • self-education is expected to come through alterations in outer
    • consideration is given today to this threefold nature of man, and so
    • through the separation and co-operation of his three systems. The
    • which were originally free corporations. If you go back to the times
    • in clairvoyance, you will see how the necessity of co-operation
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  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • made upon your feeling is there, and then gradually the vibrations of
    • migrations of peoples, and so on. Some historians then carry the story
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • the physical product of the generations is a product of the Moon
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • or of the ear — both the inward form and the outer configuration
    • birth in co-operation with super-sensible, spiritual Beings. Therefore,
    • inner ear, of the configuration of which I shall not speak in detail.
    • touch and feel the delicate vibration of the drum.
    • configuration reveals either its adaptation to the Earth or its
    • that the vibrations from outside meet the vibrations from within, and
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • into the most earnest consideration.
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • evolution and involution. Future penetration of man's spirit
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • nothing can be known until we can enter it with Inspirational
    • Inspirational consciousness, but let us make it quite clear
    • Inspiration, the second world. Let me call it the revelations
    • Inspiration that everywhere the deeds of divine, spiritual
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • methods with which penetration into such realms is possible —
    • co-operation of Beings — presenting then an unreal appearance to
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • that of the Universe, of the Cosmos itself. Our consideration of the
    • undergo, but without the active co-operation of the leaders of the
    • generations, I am able to say: the Divine Principle which has
    • generations has he grasped the Godhead Who works into the being of
    • the generations from Abraham. Look upon that which is not wholly
    • as the Divine-Spiritual through the generations, through the blood of
    • the generations onwards from Abraham; but beholding this Divine
    • ‘redemption,’ of ‘liberation,’ of
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • which he does not see. But if a successful operation is performed upon
    • co-operation between beings, there would be no evolution. Thus is the
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • Initiation, the preparation of the individual for Initiation. We see a
    • been so splendid a preparation for an understanding of the Mystery of
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • the generations, it so happened that human bodies develop
    • the greatest admiration which we may have for the penetrating
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • help, but they vouchsafe it only when by the strength of aspiration
    • those in operation in bygone times. We have to create out of the
    • thoughts and aspirations of the congregation. There could hardly have
    • its own boundaries, to express the aspirations and searchings of
    • image will give you an inkling of the inspiration from which the
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • THE MIGRATIONS OF THE RACES
    • If we want to have a picture in our minds of the migrations of the
    • only a preparation for this. It was what became the keynote of
    • The dispatch of a new branch constituted the second migration. We can
    • for boys. That is a very important point. It is a preparation which
    • We come now to the third, very complicated migration. Part of it
    • foreground. In this third migration a group of Initiates went to the
    • result of this third migration is recorded in Genesis, in the Old
    • in reality these were only preparations, made among people who were
    • The migration into the region of the Euphrates and Tigris
    • had made preparation for and proclaimed in advance, the Initiate who
    • preparation for the Messiah of the Fourth Subrace is made in
    • of the Fifth Root Race. The Manu had made the preparation. Christ
    • preparation was made through the fact of personality being
    • involved in a process of continual degeneration. New impulses have
    • In this way, manifold attempts to bring about regeneration were made.
    • preparation there, they became servants of the Holy Grail, were
    • We have now reached the stage of preparation for the Fifth subrace,
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • liberation and redemption, unto a new knowledge of the Eternal within
    • life, their present separation from the Father. They were the
    • liberation of Pentecost, in that He promised to mankind on Earth the
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • out of Inspiration. They are not now completely surrendered to the
    • Now they hearken to the Inspirations of the First
    • out of this Inspiration they pour down to Earth the speech-forming
    • communicate speech to man, is Inspiration. Language itself is
    • further and become the receivers of Inspiration. And what they
    • receive through the inspiration of Beings of the First Hierarchy,
    • detect in the speech-forming power of man the element of Inspiration,
    • speech-forming faculty, he retains the Inspirations longer. Dates can
    • Inspiration lasts a longer, in another a shorter, time. In one
    • Inspiration.
    • is yielding to Inspiration when he communicates to man the power of
    • Intuitions from the Second Hierarchy, and Inspirations from Seraphim,
    • — from Intuition to Inspiration and to Imagination. We
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • relatively subordinate rank. And this brings us to a consideration of
    • would be served to-day by entering into a detailed consideration of
    • of spiritual aspiration. But as time went on, darkness crept over the
    • rationalistic thought began. In the ages when there had been direct
    • to him through illumination, through inspiration and through an
    • magic. And Westwards of this wall, the urge towards rationalistic
    • aim was to bring the strivings for rationalistic thought into line
    • earthly, material considerations.
    • insinuated themselves into the sphere of rationalistic thought. The
    • Luciferic, rationalistic thinking of the West. And human beings on
    • personifications of Luciferic rationalism developed to its highest
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • medical practice which will make the penetration of medicine with
    • incorporation of man into the universe — this correspondence of
    • upon our Inspirational cognition. And the influence to which I now
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • through Imagination, Inspiration, and Intuition.
    • generations of Gods. The oldest God-generation was linked with Gaia
    • and Uranus, the next generation with Chronos and Rhea, the
    • Titans, and all that is related to them, and the third generation of
    • unconscious and unexpressed, underlay the thought and aspirations of
    • preparation of food from the plant kingdom, the building of cities,
    • generations of Gods.
    • you know, the oldest generation of Gods was around Uranus and Gaea or
    • successive generations of Gods: Gaea-Uranus; Uranus overthrown
    • atavistic clairvoyance in Intuition, Inspiration, Imagination; now we
    • Beings who remained at the Inspiration stage. Hera and Zeus remained
    • behind at Imagination, Rhea and Chronos at Inspiration, Gaea and
    • see, the Greek examined his own soul, and he brought his generations
    • Intuition; and those at the stage of Inspiration set themselves
    • Inspiration; and those living in the Imaginative consciousness set
    • Inspiration
    • back to his generations of the Gods looked back to the past in the
    • the Earth, and Uranus, the Heavens, and connected the Inspirational
    • fluid element, he would be able to use Inspiration, and Imagination
    • processes in the clouds — don't they? Anything really rational
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  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • through Imagination, Inspiration, and Intuition.
    • It was my task yesterday to show how the special configuration of
    • of an alteration in their mental life, in the case of the woman was
    • generations, was to be placed in the service of what the stars have
    • (sex) and also the successive generations as ‘Geschlechter’
    • when there is documentary evidence held by a Corporation which gives
    • is to be brought about. Tomorrow's considerations shall have
  • Title: Lecture III: Ancient Myths
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    • through Imagination, Inspiration, and Intuition.
    • generations of Gods, but men were already in existence. The
    • stands in preparation, but which also has been read by few. And yet
    • also underwent an alteration of the soul. We have indicated how the
    • the alteration of the soul. What then arose in humanity through
    • younger, but the right consideration of the fact that with every day
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • through Imagination, Inspiration, and Intuition.
    • properly into consideration, it can be said on the one hand that we
    • not the slightest sense, and so by way of illustration a portion of
    • I have used the illustration of one human being meeting with another.
    • co-operation of the left and the right, which is shown in particular
    • configuration of the different social structures spread over the
  • Title: Lecture V: Ancient Myths
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    • through Imagination, Inspiration, and Intuition.
    • these catastrophes were preceded by a preparation in which one could
    • obvious, immense veneration for one who had grown old; a looking up
    • but can be beneficial in co-operation with other impulses, because it
  • Title: Lecture VI: Ancient Myths
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    • through Imagination, Inspiration, and Intuition.
    • and so it goes from generation to generation. Out in the great cosmic
    • correspond with our whole life's duration. The rapidity of our
    • disregarded what lives there unseen; for the configuration of Europe
    • take spiritual relations into consideration.
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    • through Imagination, Inspiration, and Intuition.
    • certainly has that. For as you know, the configuration of the starry
    • starry heavens, not in general, but in their configuration at the
    • configuration. And from the various studies we have pursued we
    • limbs and members that the configuration of cosmic forces acts upon
    • hereditary transmission from the generations of ancestors.
    • consideration. That is to say, when one reaches the point where both
    • alive in hundreds and hundreds of vivid narrations and parables and
    • contradiction to the word “peace”. Separation is the
    • supposed to happen there is an instant declaration ‘That simply
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • conduct in life contributes to the configuration of the etheric body,
    • consideration the fact that modern man is much more closely united
    • the germ of the next earth life. Thus we rise to a consideration of
    • clear to you by an illustration.
    • present generation; another preceded it; this generation was in turn
    • blood streams down through the generations, follow all that is
    • physically inheritable characteristics. What a present-day generation
    • from what former generations of this people have experienced, that
    • another generation living today, we can certainly trace it back to
    • former generations through the blood — through external,
    • physically inheritable characteristics; these former generations may
    • streams of migrations, they may be traced back to ancestors who at an
    • generation of people who, in regard to what concerns its physical
    • earth what has happened in the course of the many generations, and
    • result of this cooperation between what the souls are through their
    • the first Christian centuries, at the time of the migrations of
    • who belonged to the time of the migrations of the peoples and also
    • absorbed Christianity at the time of the folk migrations brought to
    • education, of a tradition handed down through generations, — a
    • souls who once lived in Europe at the time of the migrations.
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    • elaboration of the public lecture given yesterday.
    • process receives consideration. The first faculty is learning to
    • with walking, standing, equilibration, differentiation between hands
    • state. There is, of course, no force of vibration such as is
    • he speaks; vibrations are set up in the air and they strike on my
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    • world, through experiment, through the reasoned deliberation of what
    • their faculties and their capacity for concentration.
    • conscious deliberation. Therefore the demand is sometimes made, and
    • with sustained and deliberate concentration. If care is taken to
    • brought into operation. You all know that in human life, as well as
    • thoughtful deliberation have departed. A man who has developed his
    • healthy human reason, none of his powers of thoughtful deliberation.
    • have called in my books, Knowledge through Inspiration, or
    • Inspiration. The spiritual world is breathed into the ordinary world.
    • to you that the use of the term Inspiration is justified. The
    • Imagination and Inspiration?
    • With Imagination and Inspiration we comprehend not merely what has
    • of some form of ‘inspiration,’ so-called, or of
    • When, having acquired Knowledge through Inspiration, a man is able to
    • investigator through Inspiration seem to take the form of pessimism.
    • at every stage, due moral preparation. And there is really no better
    • preparation for the moral strengthening of man in body, soul and
    • Through Imagination and Inspiration a man reaches his innermost Self.
    • deliberate and disciplined thinking, is always in operation in our
    • super-sensible worlds. After the attainment of Inspiration, however,
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    • world-conception is sought in the observation and elaboration of
    • intellectual elaboration is needed, for the human being already
    • configuration of Greek culture, Aristotle is not a Gnostic. The
    • regard to intellectual matters, in regard to the elaboration of
    • grasped and explained by the unfolding intellect, and that ratio,
    • elaboration of concepts and the scholastic technique of thinking,
    • branch of knowledge which, according to his demonstrations,
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    • without taking into consideration the special definition which
    • characterised, for instance, by the celebration of Haeckel's sixtieth
    • this Haeckel-celebration, a physiologist of the medical faculty
    • B or Mr. C, had to speak during this Haeckel celebration. I might say
    • the one hand, and this is evident from our considerations of
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    • now say a few things in regard to the inspirations which must now be
    • forces that were needed to draw down inspirations from the spiritual
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    • consideration, but they remain abstractions, shadowy thought-pictures
    • stimulated and the process of nutrition is set in operation, the
    • say: Out there in nature, everything has its form, its configuration.
    • forms, cosmic configurations.
    • investigate outer nature to find out the true configuration of salt.
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    • the course of this morning's considerations, and in a way that will
    • implies the finest possible elaboration of EGOISM.
    • present generation have done year after year, decade after decade in
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    • It is of course unpleasant to have to say this to a generation that
    • was thought necessary to set into active operation an institution
    • in the future by conscious effort. There is an outer illustration of
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    • particular configuration and tendencies of their spiritual life,
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    • occurs, our physical, hereditary stream is being prepared generations
    • considerations:
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    • place in the course of evolution. With the penetration of the
    • form, resembling an inspiration or an influence coming from the
    • point. — The separation that existed in the Finnish nation, the
    • ancient divinity Jehova, the penetration into the human soul was
    • supply this preparation, in view of the fact that the Mystery of
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    • what occurs; the first thing we have to take into consideration is this, that
    • man's whole life passes before him, set in motion by the vibrations of the
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    • co-operation between etheric body and astral body. To receive
    • much from such considerations. But whoever has the good of humanity
    • considerations. And we shall see that if spiritual science works into
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    • be taken into consideration in the various groups of our German
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    • alike. Through the co-operation of the male element human beings are
    • forefathers. What descends through the generations in this way, what
    • is actually acquired as human attribute through the generations and
    • always give consideration to the kind of person the patient is. If he
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    • are in constant connection one with another. But this cooperation is
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    • repetitions of the same conditions; rhythm ratios. A fortnight ago I
    • incorporation of the present-day nervous system. This in a way
    • moment, with the co-operation of these two positions working
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    • qualities that can be passed down through the generations. This
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    • being wafting through the air. Not until after the separation of the
    • outside on to the earth. That was the purpose of the separation of
    • with the separation of sun and moon. This, however, led to a quite
    • migration from West to East a people remained behind in parts of
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    • consideration everything that belongs to evolution. Let us take the
    • illustration of the suggestive force with which environmental
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    • and concentration of soul, we should await a revelation of the
    • preparation. The aim is to establish a condition of rest, of balance.
    • the preparation for what the healer is trying to do; it is the final
    • create the necessary Inspirations. If we are to ‘know’
    • move from one Imagination to another, one Inspiration to another, one
    • to us that we must make reparation. When this idea comes to us it is
    • him; we may also wish to make reparation, but we cannot. During this
    • Shades in which there can be no change or alteration. But when we
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    • with a brief consideration of man's nature and constitution — a
    • restoration of the ‘I’. For the other members of his
    • separated in our inner being; and in that sphere every separation and
    • Golgotha, after preparation for it had been made by the people of the
    • under consideration at the moment. If we have a genuine understanding
    • preparation if humanity is to regain the relationship to the Sun
    • co-operation with the super-sensible world in which we live between
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    • understands the processes that are in operation. To take an example:
    • during the Old Moon period a separation took place; a second
    • separation occurred again during the Earth period, one of the
    • period. As a consequence of the separation of the Moon from the Sun
    • evolution of the Earth which resulted in the separation of the Sun
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    • happens to him during sleep, i.e. the restoration of forces used up
    • process, which is the antithesis of what is in operation during
    • restoration of what has been used up during the waking hours, are
    • its power of rationalistic judgement consists in the fact that direct
    • utterances were an enumeration of the individual planetary Spirits
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    • such a separation taking place in the further evolution of mankind on
    • power to prevent the separation, it has to be ensured that from the
    • with earthly existence, liberation from physical incarnation. This
    • preparation of activity that was not to be confined to the Earth. And
    • collaboration of the Buddha. If the Buddha had continued his activity
    • decisive factors in preparation for the Mystery of Golgotha.
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    • is already slowly being prepared in the souls of men. The preparation
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    • various generations of human beings are to be traced back to Adam,
    • them that there had been such deterioration in the life of soul in
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    • outside us in life on Earth becomes our inner world. Preparation of
    • what is sub-sensory, e.g. vibrations, wave lengths, the working of
    • Preparation for a return to the Earth begins a long time before birth
    • therefore, a human being is already concerned with the preparation of
    • actual quality of colour but concerns itself only with the vibrations
    • itself into vibrations and wave-lengths. This kind of observation
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    • we have made no preparation for it — this belief is utterly
    • what is beneficial to themselves without any consideration for others
    • inspirations received from the Mysteries. But because the Buddha was
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    • content indeed! And yet on final consideration you will be able to
    • configurations of a man's different incarnations are inscribed in
    • This means liberation from everything that is significant on the
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    • considerations.
    • the pure Holy Spirit. So we have here another generation, as it were,
    • drawn into the world of Achamod? Why, after their separation from the
    • considerations today as offering an explanation of anything. The more
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    • as we have often emphasised, we stand with deepest admiration before
    • mankind. Only someone dominated by present day rationalistic ideas
    • and Aristotle were worked out, but as inspirations, as something that
    • stood before them with the full power of concrete inspirations. Their
    • inspiration or revelation from the spiritual world.
    • rationalistic, abstract way if one leaves out of account what I am
    • understand him only from the standpoint of ordinary rationalism. But
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    • be introduced, and then I shall bring in considerations which will
    • it became possible for moderation to be implanted in the vital organs
    • sense-organs, so moderation was now bestowed on the vital organs.
    • if this is harmonious, man is made fit for the harmonious cooperation
    • to his heaven of the gods, he came into touch with the adumbrations,
    • adumbration of that which the Jesus-Being, in the later
    • Apollo, for whom a kind of confederation was founded later on.
    • brought about in the human body a harmonious co-operation of brain,
    • came to expression in song. For the right co-operation of brain and
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    • Yesterday we spoke of how preparation was made for that
    • this find expression? Not as inspiration, so that morality springs
    • from the operation of divine forces within the soul, but as
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    • that essential developments in the historical configuration of
    • highest importance for the configuration of Christianity throughout
    • configuration of Europe, brought about by dreams and Sibylline
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    • under the influence of her inspirations, fully permeated by the
    • she shows the deepest veneration; she says he is beloved by God, is
    • its respirations. The soul of the earth seems to be a kind of flame;
    • natural elemental forces which were taken into consideration not so
    • movement, certain illnesses, and ebb and flow are its respirations.
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    • you are aware that there was an active co-operation at that time
    • This co-operation still exists today though it cannot be discerned
    • thought-inspiration stimulated by the spirit.
    • them during the second period. Preparation is made in the first
    • generation to generation, evolve as external personalities in earthly
    • sentient body, and sentient soul — in cooperation with Spirits
    • must lose its configuration with death. Hegel's tragedy lies in
    • longer duration of life than an individual man. The individual man
    • the forties, only it is a Being that has much longer duration of
    • longer duration than the life of those for whom we must say that a
    • poem lives entirely in the inspiration of which ones feels a breath
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    • much later. We will leave them out of consideration now and think of
    • It was out of a certain intuition that such great veneration was paid
    • transmitted in the stream of heredity flowing from generation to
    • generation by way of the physical.
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    • configuration of the spiritual worlds, is gained through knowledge,
    • us to know the corresponding configuration of the conditions of life
    • a configuration of the spiritual world. This objection is very
    • configuration of the spiritual worlds, (for this can only be done
    • stream of the generations, and how we participate not only in that
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    • influences which we thus receive that can appear as inspirations. (Of
    • conscious inspirations out of the spiritual world. It appears to him
    • as follows. He can only bring these inspirations to his consciousness
    • via the etheric body but in this direct way through inspiration, must
    • inspirations which the dead was sending in towards him might find
    • of the dead to the living, in so far as it rests on Inspirations.
    • Remember that the inspirations are always there, even if they pass
    • it no longer has to stop short at Inspiration but can become
    • no longer merely through Inspiration as I described it just now. Not
    • Inspiration into the astral body — or, via his etheric body,
    • — after a further time — inspirations into the habits of
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    • is being prepared generations ahead here upon the earth. Just as
    • words that conclude our present considerations:
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    • May your vibrations waft,
    • May your vibrations waft,
    • the penetration of the spiritual into the physical world.
    • our generation, as coming from the spiritual world.
    • say, a kind of conscious preparation for what Man's future really
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    • far-reaching questions of Anthroposophy, to take into consideration
    • to-day — not taking into consideration the insignificant
    • intellectual and spiritual souls have served as a preparation. We see
    • regular migrations of the birds over the earth, so will man after he
    • accomplish, by inspiration from such a source. Hence if we can
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    • vegetation, the characteristic configuration of the rocks, does not
    • gradually, and when they do alter, the alteration only takes place
    • their true form on earth, endeavor to follow the interpenetration of
    • the time which we designate as the period of the migrations of the
    • ground and of what has been brought there by the migrations of the
    • vegetation, in the peculiar configuration of the earth and so on, is
    • physical laws work and come into consideration, as in the relations
    • which is represented by the configuration of the land, in that
    • another, or conquers it, etc. Thus arise the many configurations
    • temperaments are therefore mingled according to the interpenetration
    • also come into consideration. These consist in the fact, that they
    • of a people if we were only to take into consideration the character
    • however, wish to take into consideration to-day. If you remember what
    • who as Beings two stages above man, imprint their configuration upon
    • of the Folk-spirit under consideration, two different sorts of Beings
    • behind at the stage of the Archangels. Therefore a co-operation of
    • A similar co-operation is however to be found in yet
    • material blocks, but as certain configurations in the physical part
    • Sometimes these configurations stand out in strong
    • together. This co-operation is shown through the fact that speech and
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    • with me the following considerations. You have all learnt at school
    • operation in pure thought, by the power of your own inner being; you
    • inspiration of the Angels, who carry the commands of the Archangels
    • co-operation of the Archangels with the abnormal Spirits of
    • centuries this play of the Archangel of the Germans in co-operation
    • Archangel in common, and the separation occurred because the Spirit
    • abnormal Archangels work together. Through this co-operation,
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    • take into consideration that man, such as we know him, is in reality
    • the co-operation of these Beings man has come into being. We are then
    • able to say, that the chief Being who comes into consideration for
    • consideration the activity of the Spirits of Form, man attains his
    • then man would only come into consideration, as far as the physical
    • high tableland. The respiration is quite different in the plain from
    • come into consideration here are the yellow and the brownish races of
    • character comes into consideration they work in this way; but in our
    • with the new youthful force, the migration to the East takes place,
    • repetition of the migration to the West takes place. But the
    • characterized with sufficient admiration already in these lectures,
    • determined. Through the migration from the West to the East that
    • configuration of mind which characterizes the original Indian
    • requires a different configuration of those forces which act upon
    • not come into consideration, but only what is made necessary by the
    • co-operation of these Beings. Through a Caucasian Race once being
    • created on our earth planet, through the mysterious co-operation of
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    • impartially into the facts under consideration, it will certainly be
    • co-operation of the Thrones with the Spirits of Motion, through the
    • the unique configuration of the Alpine chain, has seen — even
    • Through the co-operation of the Spirits of Will and the
    • combined operation of the second and third Hierarchies which yields
    • the configuration of our surroundings.
    • with leave his ‘ I ’ out of consideration, you
    • to lay the foundation — through the continued operation of the
    • he can see in it a symbol of the absolutely balanced co-operation of
    • co-operation, through this equilibrium of the three forces, the inner
    • co-operation of these three forces, produces as an effect the
    • This co-operation of the elements of thought, feeling
    • co-operation was necessary, of all that we have described as the work
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    • whole co-operation of the hierarchies is such, that we must look at
    • But if you take this into consideration, you will then
    • be called the cooperation of the abnormal and the normal Spirits of
    • separation of Sun, but that only in the special arrangement that took
    • place in the separation of Moon, were the preliminary conditions
    • the co-operation of the normal Spirits of Form with the abnormal ones
    • of this peculiar co-operation of the normal and abnormal Spirits of
    • the old Atlantean evolution, the migration of peoples started from a
    • According to the astrological co-operation of these various centers
    • indirect ways; one way is through the respiration. When the breathing
    • But besides this co-operation of the Mars-spirits with
    • there was here a co-operation with the Mars-spirits who direct their
    • continuous action of the blood from generation to generation was of
    • generations. By describing Himself as ‘I am the God of Abraham,
    • in the blood, — the co-operation with the Mars-spirits, —
    • star-constellation, — the co-operation of the Zeus or
    • inspiration and intuition, in accordance with the way in which the
    • originates on the earth from his co-operation with other Spirits, at
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    • migration from West to East took place, were also under the guidance
    • Archangel who was under the continuous inspiration of Jahve or
    • true esoteric Christianity comes from his inspirations. The secret,
    • be found in Western Europe, and there the inspiration was given by
    • preparation made for the development of the guiding Spirit of the Age
    • Northern Europe — received their inspirations? In the world
    • Europe. Hence, because the great centre of inspiration was there,
    • past, was that great centre of inspiration, which later on
    • studies in such a manner that, from the configuration of the
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    • knows the facts under consideration this comparing of religions is a
    • These five ages of civilization were brought about by the migrations
    • migration was finished, the most mature, so to speak, the most
    • peoples who were growing up in Europe in preparation for the fifth
    • land of Atlantis before the migrations towards the East had begun.
    • to the East. In the course of these migrations many different
    • the special forces into consideration and realize what the figures
    • which remained behind when the migration through those countries took
    • of the wind outside in the macrocosm. The regular penetration of the
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    • the whole collective spiritual life worked in co-operation, how
    • first of all to develop what pertains to the inward preparation of
    • co-operation with the divine spiritual Beings. It would otherwise
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    • made possible by the separation of the moon from the earth. These
    • That is extremely important: Anthroposophy is a preparation for what
    • sentiment. While this was in a state of preparation the first half of
    • but to call upon them to work in harmonious co-operation. The better
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    • entitled “Colour” (new edition in preparation).]
    • evolution was the separation of the moon from the earth. The moon as we see
    • this separation of the moon from the earth. We must go far back in time, before
    • as a consequence of the separation of the moon from the earth. From the
    • matters of the greatest significance come into consideration here. Man's being
    • being of the cosmos. Before the separation of the moon, and before the mineral
    • beyond the earth? It can be said with truth that the separation of the moon,
    • separation of the moon and the incorporation of the mineral kingdom into the
    • freedom. Before the separation of the moon he was not, in the real sense a
    • personality. He was able to become a personality because of the concentration
    • of the forces that were to build his body. And this concentration of forces was
    • the result of the separation of the moon and the incorporation of the mineral
    • the separation of the moon has proceeded through many different stages. And we
    • clairvoyant vision. Nor was man deprived of this faculty by the separation of
    • Just as the separation of the moon was a
    • significance from the time of the separation of the moon until its return, when
    • from the separation until the return of the moon. The moon which, as we say,
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    • view the consideration of certain misunderstandings, which are known to
    • into consideration. These books, in their way of looking at things,
    • views, is called the transmigration of souls, but with something which
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    • 1850's, he could not give any illustrations at all —
    • within that world. With a slight exaggeration we might say that while
    • of preparation. And so we shall be able to realize that it is not
    • incorporation of his age; he was, and seemed to himself to be, the
    • living message so that generations to come might look at this
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    • when the outer aspect of the matter is under consideration.
    • as can be perceived in the very configuration of language. For
    • stride in this Ahrimanic infiltration of human life. But in the
    • flower, they are experienced as a kind of sound-vibration in the ear,
    • this — indeed, the whole configuration of modern history is
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    • generation, in the second and third generations back, and so on
    • and so on, through the generations. He goes backwards in time,
    • to the migrations of the peoples and so forth. And so he tries to
    • happened in these earlier generations. He becomes familiar with the
    • generations, and the only idea that is really clear to him is that of
    • present to the preceding generations.
    • bodies of the present generation necessarily have been incarnated in
    • their earlier incarnations into the bodies of the present generation
    • transmitted by heredity through the generations. These forces are
    • these souls, we are not necessarily led back through the generations
    • to know the whole reality and because degeneration is bound to set in
    • has been of comparatively short duration. Our investigation leads us
    • religion. Their hearts were turned in aspiration to a great Spiritual
    • age, what their aspirations are and in what way they think. We shall
    • generations, say to the age of Charles the Great and even earlier,
    • extent when we take into consideration the things I have put before
    • world was the only world worthy of their aspirations. Their
    • actions and behavior of men of the present generation in the light of
    • history of consecutive generations.
    • through successive generations.
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    • Without taking into consideration the theosophical aspect it may be
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    • configuration of modern civilization, the different currents of our
    • we are standing under the sign of cooperation in our anthroposophical
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    • observes closely the outlook on life of the younger generation and
    • youth. The poets, especially, furnish us with repeated illustrations
    • And if sufficient preparation has been made, if the aims of spiritual
    • into consideration only so much of man as is animal. It considers man
    • aspiration, and remained with him throughout his life on earth. To be
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    • generation. Do not think I want to criticise this method of
    • preparation for life — there, openly, without any disguise, to
    • Let a man follow the exercises — in meditation, concentration,
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    • profession. This is typical of Jesuitical aspiration everywhere; and
    • concrete, and to a comprehending penetration of the actualities of
    • from the attitude of so many towards the aspirations of spiritual
    • consideration. Here, among its many enemies, we find a well-wisher of
    • concentration upon self-education.” As I have already said; I
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    • today is to transform, in meditation and concentration, the otherwise
    • for example, such an exercise as concentration each morning upon a
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    • physical earthly life for just so long as the duration of the span of
    • himself of super-sensible knowledge. It is like a declaration that
    • absolute separation of one phase in the evolution of mankind from
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    • 'preparations' for the soil, as well as other distinct methods born
    • not by all manner of theoretic considerations.
    • co-operation of the two forces — or, to choose two typical
    • substances, in the co-operation of the limestone and silicious
    • that contributes to the sequence of generation after generation in
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    • 'preparations' for the soil, as well as other distinct methods born
    • purposes of illustration). We gain a right idea of these facts if we
    • no rational penetration into the process.
    • and configuration, and in the structure and consistency of its
    • consciousness that in the form and configuration of the head there is
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    • 'preparations' for the soil, as well as other distinct methods born
    • configuration of the animal body — carbon is everywhere the
    • in firm configuration.
    • form or configuration which is embodied in the carbon.
    • breathing. We live and weave in concentration and meditation.
    • the carbon in man and animal masks its native power of configuration.
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    • 'preparations' for the soil, as well as other distinct methods born
    • get this result: Without inducing the evaporation of the astral over-strongly,
    • system. In some sense it will be in process of dissolution and disintegration.
    • for an hour and you will get a thorough penetration. Think, how little
    • (The two Preparations mentioned in this lecture are now known as Preparations
    • 500 and 501. The Preparations described in Lecture 5 are referred
    • to in current literature as Preparations 502-507. During the past
    • thirty-four years, the methods of making and applying the Preparations
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    • 'preparations' for the soil, as well as other distinct methods born
    • The preparation I indicated
    • the due preparation of manure and liquid manure — much has already
    • those inspirations which we are able to give to agriculture out of spiritual
    • and delicate condition, the plant builds up its body in the configuration
    • prepare the forces in the cow's horns, and how we add the preparations,
    • in the same direction: preparations to add to the manure in minute doses,
    • in addition to the cow-horn stuff'. The preparations we add to the manure
    • Here again, it is a charming Operation. Instead of using these intestinal
    • This preparation, once
    • as you did the yarrow preparation. You will thus get a manure with a
    • the other preparations. The general effect will be such that the manure
    • soon as we observe them, by a rational improvement in our manuring,
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    • 'preparations' for the soil, as well as other distinct methods born
    • — into the sequence of generations.
    • another illustration. Suppose I have something manufactured by fifty
    • text-books. To begin with, all manner of phosphorus preparations were
    • preparations. Nay, an even more radical method has been proposed, namely,
    • is necessary to perform this operation when the Sun is in the sign of
    • its appearance. The preparations generally look like pepper).
    • science do nowadays? It takes a little plate and lays a preparation
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    • 'preparations' for the soil, as well as other distinct methods born
    • be. No such thing need exist in reality, but this illustration will
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    • 'preparations' for the soil, as well as other distinct methods born
    • deposited — from what is there in process of disintegration —
    • plant, and afterwards gathers-in its ray-like force in concentration.
    • you care for in this case? You must see that the right co-operation
    • If this co-operation is taking place, so that the streaming from behind
    • It is a metabolic preparation, which, though it has not yet passed through
    • lines generally take a generation to work themselves out), when the
    • only proceed rationally by taking your start from a way of thought such
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    • there is an Act of Preparation (Stafelgebet), Introit, and
    • Corporatio
    • Corporatio Embodiment
    • see and hear the celebration of the Mass with full
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    • be reproduced.] might be made, as an illustration
    • the stars come into consideration insofar as they are
    • from heaven, without any cooperation on our part. Here (in
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    • Through this intense inward penetration into the Mystery of Golgotha, they
    • other, spiritual, Mephistophelian-Ahrimanic powers. Under the inspiration of
    • consecration at the Transubstantiation, nay, even of desecrating the Cross.
    • an inspiration from the spiritual world. And one who is able to perceive the
    • further progress in the penetration of the spiritual world. Goethe devoted to
    • pour down as inspiration into the souls of men. It flowed down, and if with
    • prepared to receive the inspirations that I have described as coming out of
    • if the coming generation is not to fail into decadence but to take a turn,
    • are concerned, then Brotherhood comes into consideration; if it is a question
    • human generation will understand how the three ideals of Brotherhood, Freedom
    • of consideration, and a portion of the forces of electricity. But the forces
    • the influence of the inspirations of which I have been speaking to you today,
    • as I have said, certain great minds were led by the inspiration that comes
    • part unconsciously, nevertheless under inspiration — notable and great
    • spiritual world can ray into mankind. Preparation is now being made for this
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    • the whole life of our soul, with all our power of concentration. Our
    • physical world? Several things may be taken into consideration. I
    • the limits of the intellect and rationalism. This is not the case.
    • rationalistic science, to Marxism and similar directions of thought,
    • natural-scientific facts and their operations, but penetrate them as
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    • about by a rightly applied concentration, contemplation, and
    • fogging; it means the saturation of consciousness with all that can
    • a penetration of sleep or of the dreams into the clear, everyday
    • consciousness, however, is like a penetration of ordinary, everyday
    • impartiality, a loving penetration of things and worlds, an attentive
    • penetration of a sleeping or dreaming condition into consciousness,
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    • people's present-day aspirations for knowledge, which are none the
    • failing to do justice to the deepest aspirations of the times. It
    • the views which arise from a valid consideration of man's
    • preparation for the spiritual investigator if he precedes his
    • Inspiration and Intuition, as I call them in the book just
    • and Inspiration are we in a position to recognise the evolutionary
    • to understand it merely out of a material conglomeration of
    • whole span of man's life consists of an alteration between the kind
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    • into consideration. To simplify our subject, we say: In the daytime
    • of the unfolding of the rational or intellectual-soul, which was
    • of heart we shall make preparations for the new cosmic New Year.
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    • into consideration. Is it correct that only pictures, only
    • a deterioration as regards all questions of wide import and a
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • and after the migrations of the peoples from West to East,
    • with the fire of spiritual inspiration, been able to teach
    • nobler example of the interpenetration of the spirit of man
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    • directly of the penetration of the physical world by the spiritual.
    • “Inspiration” and “Intuition.” Man then
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    • super-sensible cognition by means of Imagination, Inspiration and
    • separation gives a certain comfort, a feeling of security in life.
    • Inspiration and Intuition. We shall see how anthroposophical
    • takes by means of Imagination, Inspiration and Intuition. I
    • Inspiration, we must not only practise in a soul-spiritual way the
    • spiritual objectivity, this is in reality Inspiration. We reach right
    • back, through Inspiration, then he extends his survey to the life
    • to recognise the connection of Inspiration, that Inspiration which is
    • outside man which we approach through Inspiration shows us that
    • through Inspiration we become aware of a World Being which plays into
    • Inspiration, as a Being which lives objectively in Inspiration and
    • metabolic limb system. In that we raise ourselves to Inspiration,
    • Imagination, Intuition and Inspiration we have first as a free inner
    • Imagination, Inspiration and Intuition. But as spiritual
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    • of great significance that through the inspiration of Buddha the
    • two points instead of at one. In very truth the three years' duration
    • impulse of Anthroposophy as a preparation for understanding the
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    • declaration. These conditions manifest themselves in life in various
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    • In this abstraction the quite definite configuration of space is
    • man move forwards, subjectivity does not come into consideration.
    • geometrical illustration; I could give others also.) Neither
    • red, for example, the external event is some vibration which spreads
    • interesting to follow such an extension of mathematical operations
    • that cannot be visualised, and so on. These operations are logical
    • spiritual configurations when we pass along the negative third and
    • A consideration
    • developed and led at last to the elaboration of our present
    • process: death came to him as a kind of expiration of his soul.
    • He felt the vibrations of life, life's rhythm, in his breathing; he
    • higher, living elaboration of what had been elaborated in
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    • of artistic creation. I hope, however, that to-day's considerations
    • should now like to speak of the considerations
    • one's mind's eye as in yesterday's considerations, one sees that
    • expanses and focus one's attention on their configurations. Then, as
    • everywhere sets of figures (Konfigurationen), as if surface
    • in the whole configuration — how the thigh bones and shin bones
    • forces, lines of force and force-configurations. As a sculptor I
    • from within against the configuration from without.)
    • whole cosmos works through the mother's body upon the configuration
    • to artistic considerations. For it is not possible to study the etheric
    • it unfolds from within. And by artistic penetration to
    • is, in a certain respect, a being of respiration. I indicated
    • respiration. What man, as a being of respiration, becomes in
    • — he finds he can, again in co-operation with the world, create
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    • all that you feel, is saturated with fear and its reverberations in
    • the Asiatic culture, the penetration of this primeval element of joy
    • entirely different elemental configuration, with the necessity of
    • Mystery colonies of Egypt, North Africa and Ireland as a preparation
    • by virtue of the terrestrial configuration of the West, to the
    • They became thoroughly acquainted with the feeling that a penetration
    • organism, turns it into a preparation, places it under a microscope,
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    • spiritual way about the world, where before, in our consideration of
    • ordinary rational observation of the world includes knowledge
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    • undergone the necessary inner preparation. And so in the case of
    • operations of the intellect alone. Nor has he yet relinquished
    • moment that there had been no regeneration of the old Hebrew
    • cold, inwardly dead; it paralyses us. In the operations of the
    • operations of pure thinking we understand the reality of freedom,
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    • many ways and strong materialists, who took into consideration the
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    • preparation for Christianity. This whole extent of pagan
    • research, mystical soul-concentration, and the methods of
    • undoubtedly succeed in making the third generation entirely
    • in any way wish that a true spiritual regeneration and
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    • for any true regeneration, any real reconstruction of our
    • separation of the town from the country — the real,
    • the need for the common co-operation of men all over the
    • cooperation of the other peoples on the earth.
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    • Wisdom, Courage, Balance or Moderation, and Justice. And the
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    • naturally with other cosmic bodies — the configuration
    • configuration of the human head is altogether the work of
    • preparation for the transformations of Earth into Jupiter,
    • configuration of our limb-system, so that we have two legs
    • the human form who has no wish to take into consideration the
    • where there is the will to understand this configuration, it
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    • was that during the whole period of preparation none of the
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    • Liberation from rebirth — this is the innermost nerve of
    • death. The wisdom of this world could never bring liberation;
    • liberation could only proceed from something this world cannot give.
    • physical world of space points to liberation. All the words man uses
    • individual existence he strives for liberation from the thirst for
    • Buddhist seeks liberation from the world and from rebirths by
    • overcoming the thirst for existence. The Christian seeks liberation
    • “original sin” of the world and seeks liberation from the
    • liberation from the world, man, gazing at the central spiritual Sun,
    • “transfiguration” of material existence can
    • that is connected with it. Herein is the great liberation —
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    • rational way with what is actually taking place in the human
    • deterioration or irregularity of the heart, the cause of a diseased
    • domains. It is, however, an illustration of the application of
    • Now Imagination, Inspiration and Intuition
    • This can give rise to an active co-operation for the preservation of
    • understanding can be developed in social life in collaboration with
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    • the spiritual in-breathing or inspiration (which we observe to
    • perception which comes to us in Inspiration. And this new thing
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    • from generation to generation. This must be what occurred at that
    • of preparation for Christ's coming. He said, on the other hand,
    • preparation — humankind first needed to become acquainted with
    • through Moses and the prophets as a “preparation.” Then,
    • as the second turning point, or “preparation” (and this
    • that said: It is impossible for a god, without preparation, to live
    • known to many people. The Christ lived as the inspiration of many
    • today. It is extremely important to keep in mind this separation of
    • of what one is able to believe, as a rational person might believe
    • this tree was handed down from generation to generation and became,
    • veneration for the infant Jesus, when he is portrayed as a child and
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    • considerations.
    • well-known spiritualistic aberrations. These aberrations are in reality
    • configuration.
    • configuration.
    • assume this three-dimensional configuration?
    • having a three-dimensional configuration in the same sense as the
    • these we must take our start today. Our considerations will
    • a word, we must say: The Will takes on a three-dimensional configuration,
    • configuration.
    • that the Will has a three-dimensional configuration, then indeed we
    • Feeling has a two-dimensional configuration, then we must pass
    • its three-dimensional configuration. And what we experience in our
    • Thinking consists of one-dimensional configurations. Only when
    • in relation to the world of Will with its threefold configuration.
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    • base of our considerations here — has geology to say about the
    • in stone quarries or mining-operations, any breaking-up of the ground
    • drilling-operations reach depths which must be regarded only as tiny
    • short, our whole body. What is in operation here is the process we
    • since been in operation: an ascending current, which unfolded a life
    • and the beings which are beginnings in preparation for the future
    • inauguration of this process through a process of destruction
    • body in process of disintegration. For we realise that on this ground
    • even in the destructive processes — expresses his admiration
    • disintegration, or destruction, has let the ground under our feet
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    • exists in you as Inspiration. Inspiration is connected with the future.
    • make this clearer by means of a simple illustration. For instance,
    • Inspiration
    • able to look into the past. When we develop Inspiration we look
    • point of course. Between these two lie Inspiration and
    • etheric bodies. What he brings with him is Inspiration, to which I
    • Inspiration; when falling asleep he is filled with Imagination.
    • Moment of WakingInspiration
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    • höchstens als Inspiration in Ihnen. Die Inspiration bezieht sich
    • Denken:Imagination:Inspiration:
    • schauen wir in die Vergangenheit hinein. Wenn wir die Inspiration
    • Inspiration und Imagination. Indem der Mensch aus dem Schlafe
    • herein; dasjenige, was er sich da mitbringt, ist die Inspiration, auf
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    • separating for the summer, preparations were begun for the gathering
    • this deepening. We may, without exaggeration say that we do make it
    • inspiration? There are great Rosicrucian truths in Isis
    • consideration of a subject from different standpoints or perhaps from
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    • system, which we describe as the incorporation of our planet itself,
    • soul-being into consideration, that all the qualities of the soul are
    • now approach this dreadful emptiness with the other preparations
    • as far as this we become aware of a remarkable alteration in the
    • endeavoured in our consideration of ancient Saturn to penetrate more
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    • magical effects, always require preparation connected with the
    • and the ‘inner’, until the separation occurs. Thus in the
    • Continuity or Duration is a conception which contains Time within
    • and chose Eternity, Duration, permanence, the non-subjection to
    • state into a State of Duration. However the substance of the
    • submits to the inspiration of Anthroposophy is only at its starting
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    • now under consideration, we must clearly realise that in speaking of
    • “thought-vibrations” though this only refers to the
    • veneration for such men, who could not find their bearings as regards
    • long desired — we cannot but feel a veneration for them. So, on
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    • substantiality of the water and the configuration of its force. So
    • necessary preparations on the earth. The death at Golgotha, which is
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    • full consideration to the events now raging all over the
    • actually taking shape. Later generations will be able to use
    • and reality. For you see, the generations of today are taking
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    • the rational mind, has made tremendous advances. This is what
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    • last twelve generations to show that he did not have a drop
    • — when aberrations of this kind are far from uncommon.
    • twelfth generation.
    • Consideration must be given to many general and more
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    • providing the inspiration.
    • adoration, and right turns into wrong in the course of
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    • physical body which caused the Intuitions, Inspirations and
    • genius provides an excellent demonstration of the break which
    • Our souls are even now making preparations for the
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    • eyes or ears, but inspiration comes from the world of the
    • took his inspiration from a nymph called Egeria in certain
    • new one — that Woodrow Wilson had taken his inspiration
    • to take our inspiration from it.
    • awareness of inspiration in the creative sphere of the social
    • professor, were to have some kind of Inspiration
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    • seriously come into consideration in this respect.
    • the sixth post-Atlantean age are in preparation in the east of
    • generation is mainly educated to think in abstract terms, and
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    • the abstract deliberations which we can always go into, but
    • politicians' idea of the potential duration of the war
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    • following further preparation.
    • amateur and a fool. Certain moral and political aspirations
    • existence in a way for which there is a rational explanation,
    • and how many by an inspiration — a definite spiritual
    • that they have been in preparation in the spiritual
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    • been in preparation for some time in the spiritual world. I
    • say on the subject. But we only need to take a cool, rational
    • — I am merely giving an illustration — that the
    • preparations for the campaign they would start in 1841.
    • clever then as the present generation does now in looking
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    • these considerations that human soul nature will essentially
    • considerations are concerned, and the depth of the human soul
    • consideration to two aspects which will be extraordinarily
    • People even wanted to establish a kind of rational religion
    • this stream of rationality: always do everything in such a
    • anthroposophical consideration. If you read the book
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    • in preparation during the Atlantean age and was to be
    • been a preparation for this. Just think how dependent people
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    • in which generation follows generation. These things have to
    • in preparation.
    • preparation’ because I am fully aware that to say
    • ‘in preparation’, after the events which have
    • matters knows them to be preparations. Only superficial
    • do with national aspirations in some respects — please
    • note I am saying in some respects. National aspirations are
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    • rational mind and intellect. They cannot get hold of the
    • to consideration of the spiritual life which is behind the
    • preparation during the first, second, third and fourth
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    • evolution depicted in myths and history is a kind of preparation for
    • preparation for the fact that earthly humanity is meant to acquire a
    • next generation into another insect. And furthermore; if these
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    • this lies in the considerations that I have already set forth. Once I said
    • that took into consideration a pre-earthly existence. In the light of
    • origin, but of his separation from this divine-spiritual origin.
    • of to-day's considerations, I said, with regard to the consciousness
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    • introduction of a fixed Easter because material considerations seem to
    • not to be regarded as a sudden inspiration but as something
    • of preparation and will be published by the Rudolf Steiner Press. The
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    • although it could be said that his excessively fantastic elaboration
    • the earth, the earth organism? To outer consideration, what follows
    • still further, we would have to find, if the previous considerations
    • illustration of how spiritual science can be verified by the natural
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    • devotion to the Mystery of Golgotha. The mere narration that
    • or of deed takes a whole human generation — 33 years
    • be recognised in its working through three generations, that
    • That is to say, the Church is under perpetual inspiration
    • faculty of insight and penetration. One need but think of
    • generation.”
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    • by this separation man's inner world becomes his outer world, and
    • its spheres of knowledge into a prosaic, dry rationalism. It
    • preparations and preliminary conditions for them are just as
    • serious as, for instance, the preparations for the study of
    • and the super-sensible world would be rationalized. But spiritual
    • science does not seek to rationalize the mystery, to dispel the
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    • into consideration the exercises done by the men of ancient
    • that he could communicate with others, but the vibrations of his
    • vibration, our soul's feelings through the words, so the Oriental
    • world's vibrations entered into him. Just as in ordinary speech
    • our soul's vibrations go out to other human beings, so the
    • world's vibrations entered the inner Word experienced by the
    • Oriental sage sought to reach, through a reverberation of speech,
    • meditation, through concentration within the life of thinking, we
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    • meditation, concentration and other soul exercises described in
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    • Buddha, who gradually became an object of veneration on the part
    • stars. And the inspirations which their souls received by
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    • would manifest itself as inspired consciousness, as inspirations
    • our will power, would be perceived as inspiration, if we were
    • condition. There is always a kind of vibration between the
    • body. There is an alternating vibration. And such people can be
    • of metals, but inspiration, conveying the movements or the
    • through imagination and inspiration.
    • your imagination, and the sun your inspiration, you will obtain
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    • age, as the Graeco-Roman age, was a preparation for the present
    • substances. The idea of spontaneous generation from lifeless
    • spontaneous generation in the meaning of modern scientific
    • preparation, in which he gained a soul constitution giving him a
    • imagination and inspiration, and sound common sense really grasps
    • this imagination or inspiration, these confront him in the same
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    • May your vibrations carry
    • May your vibrations carry
    • means into the line of generations, into the original family from
    • tree descends to the generations to which Abraham and David belong.
    • With the approach of October preparations were always begun to
    • of preparation they ceased to drink wine or alcohol. They might no
    • May your vibrations carry
    • May your vibrations carry
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    • came by some means into the sequence of generations that were the
    • original generations from which the bodily sheath of the Christ Jesus
    • tree passes over to the generations to which Abraham also belongs, to
    • considerations that until this point in time the
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    • Looking upon this evolution as a rational progress into which new
    • circle, by way of illustration. If we start at the lowest point and
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    • being sacred animals; deep veneration was paid to them for they were
    • and has passed the stages of preparation, he comes to Osiris. When he
    • Wisdom and with the inspiration flowing into him from the stars, had
    • life, a cosmic spiritual life whence Hermes drew his inspiration.
    • Thoth, they revered the Being whose inspiration flowed from these
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    • after-vibration of the self? Who recognises in the plastic forming of
    • listen to speech without taking the meaning into consideration, whoever
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    • preparation, he would in truth be exposed to great risk, for he would
    • find a disintegration of the soul into the greatest possible number of
    • consideration of much finer and subtler distinctions than we want to
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    • generation was an illusion. The life-germs which entered such
    • generation, when certain complicated chemical and physical
    • Anthroposophy does not take the inspiration of life or of soul
    • elsewhere only an immutable law came into consideration; but
    • living beings grew by spontaneous generation. After that they
    • He says: “Here the enumeration is cut short. Haeckel
    • spiritual considerations were to look upon the above
    • those who study the problem of spontaneous generation based on
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    • and its operations.
    • into consideration there. It is also found in certain of the
    • a separation between life and death in the being itself. We
    • embark on the question of primeval generation for instance,
    • understood if one takes its opposite into consideration, in
    • something else comes into consideration. Whatever is
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    • be used. But we shall attain to a real penetration and
    • be helpful. You all know the migrations of the birds! The
    • birds take quite definite courses in their migrations; from
    • But who directs these migrations? It is the Group-Soul of the
    • birds! In these migrations instinct comes to expression.
    • penetration into Spiritual Science. The world is constructed
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    • successful operation upon a blind person, there comes to him
    • given to the man born blind through the operation. A man becomes
    • with, if only introductorily. It is the restoration or
    • concentration which so develop the soul that, as an actual
    • fact, something like a spiritual eye operation is performed
    • Goethe needed much preparation before he was able to present
    • stage; and the illustrations presented are, exteriorly,
    • anyone still harboring selfish aspirations which present his
    • is truth in the spiritual; what was aspiration in the
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    • Christ-Impulse which shows us its preparation in the ‘Child.’
    • is to say, its cosmic origin. And what an inspiration flowed
    • being placed before us in its preparation in the Child Jesus,
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    • which, ever since, has been the source and inspiration of all
    • opposite view, and he attended a demonstration on the human
    • greatest admiration, refers to this in a lecture which he
    • govern the operation and, distribution of space which strike
    • operation of the Divine Mind in Nature; on the contrary, just
    • thinking was so rigidly mathematical. In illustration of this
    • things?” Galileo used a very remarkable illustration,
    • a Chief-Monad, while death is the separation of the inferior
    • Imaginative Knowledge, Inspirational Knowledge and Intuitive
    • What he has to gibe us out of the true inspiration of the
    • importance to-day. This was a Divine Inspiration. There are
    • inspiration of Giordano Bruno. “Spirit is inseparable
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    • might point to the fact that the weighty deliberations
    • vibration, either of ether or some other material substance.
    • theory of vibration. Then as we approached the last decade of
    • light, etc., to the vibration of minute particles, or to a
    • forms of vibration, once cultivated with such extreme
    • of atomistic vibration and of energetics can no longer be
    • Schramm, “The Universal Vibration of Matter as the
    • reappear when scientists leave out of consideration the
    • labours to the bare registration of facts, because they dare
    • registration of facts; but others are there, who push forward
    • This assertion is however no exaggeration, it is only what is
    • another. We can form an idea of the living cooperation of the
    • modern intelligence exists, in whom this cooperation of the
    • cooperation of the soul-forces. As he is a man whose progress
    • teachings with genuine, modern spiritual aspirations, is our
    • leave of you to-day, on the occasion of our celebration of
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    • discover, in all these declarations, truths of the cosmos and
    • consideration of somnambulistic-mediumistic beings, as soon
    • unassailable, and in a declaration of the various
    • meditation and concentration themselves, as such, if pursued,
    • into the spiritual world, if, after careful preparation one
    • preparation for spiritual science and its results. Each one
    • consideration, in the handling on of its communications.
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    • ‘irrational.’ I am unaware how the natural scientists and the
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    • Karma, as it were, with the greatest acceleration — with
    • acceleration, as in the case Max Eyth describes, or on
    • spot in such matters of administration, answered: He must
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    • considerations, for the whole educational system of the
    • on salvation, liberation, — such things must be
    • Considerations such as these at the close of the present
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    • one Archangel or another, overlooking the real co-operation of
    • it is an aberration of belief, of faith, of world-outlook.
    • Such aberration remains in a sense an individual matter. At
    • the next stage there can be the aberration of whole nations.
    • Yet even this is still no more, so to speak, than an aberration
    • Time-Spirit — then do our aberrations begin to infringe
    • naturally from our recent considerations.
    • Mechanical considerations will never lead us to a new
    • summation of delicate vibrations great effects will be brought
    • cosmos. Here you can see at once: even the vibrations are given
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    • However we may view this narration, we shall not be able to
    • is to this mystery that such narrations as that associated with
    • child, his aspiration, toward equality, I have been
    • through Jahve inspiration in sleep, but through the fruition of
    • may now ask under the inspiration of the Christmas thought:
    • And then we look away to that night of consecration which we
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    • Adoration and the Presentation by the three Magi, the three
    • lengthy preparation, only then can you enter through the other
    • The soul which to its inspiration yields;
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    • regular migrations of birds, so will man, after he has developed
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    • know that the surface of the Earth shows different configurations and
    • vegetation, with the characteristic configuration of the rocks, does
    • shaped on Earth, endeavour to follow the interpenetration of this
    • considerable change at the time of the migrations of the peoples.
    • the inheritance of the migrations of the peoples. When we observe
    • configuration of the landscape which we see around us is, in reality,
    • are operative, as in the configuration of mountain ranges, in the
    • configuration of the landscape, in that which is subject to physical
    • in accordance with the extent of the interpenetration of the
    • we were to take into consideration only the character of an
    • to work even into the configuration of the human form although they
    • above man, imprint their formal configuration upon a people. The
    • language must be seen as the result of the cooperation of these
    • latter had remained behind at the Archangel stage. Cooperation of
    • isolated phenomena, but as particular configurations in the physical
    • constitution of our Earth. Sometimes these configurations stand out
    • inner configuration of the brain and encourage a certain trend of
    • of thought. This depends upon the delicate configurations of the
    • do not take into consideration the occult forces in the evolution of
    • is determined by the cooperation of the several personalities. We
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    • an operation in pure thought by the power of your own inner activity;
    • world of inspiration and this inspiration permeates my consciousness
    • of his immediate community, stems from the inspiration of the Angel
    • Spirits of Personality, and in the mutual cooperation of the
    • Archangel in common; the separation occurred because the Spirit of
    • the separation of the Dutch people from the common Teutonic
    • hands of the Spirit of the Age. The purpose of the separation was to
    • meet with other examples which afford a striking illustration of this
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    • cooperation of countless numbers of cosmic Beings. From the study of
    • seen that not only was the cooperation of many Beings and
    • understand how man first came into existence through the cooperation
    • in the lowlands or on a high plateau. The rate of respiration in the
    • migration westward sets in and as we follow westward the forces which
    • The death of races begins with their westward migration. In order to
    • across Europe to Asia. Then the westward migration is repeated, but
    • Through the migration from West to East they received those fresh,
    • spiritual configuration so typical of the original Indian
    • different configuration of those forces which work upon man.
    • are aware of the configuration of the landscape we inhabit, including
    • whole development to the cooperation of these Beings. Because a
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    • which the Earth assumes its highly diversified configurations.
    • of the Alpine peaks and surveyed the unique configuration of the
    • would be the configuration of the Earth today through the cooperation
    • activity of these two Hierarchies that we owe the configuration of
    • operation of the element of wisdom, to endow us inwardly with
    • contemplate this gift to man, we are filled with admiration and
    • he perceives in it a symbol of the perfectly balanced cooperation of
    • is that through this cooperation, through this balance or harmony of
    • balance or harmony which is reflected in the cooperation of the three
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    • cooperation of the Hierarchies is involved and we must envisage the
    • clearer understanding of the cooperation between the normal and
    • abnormal Spirits of Form, a cooperation which ensures that the
    • necessary to make special preparations in the Cosmos. If today you
    • Spirits of Form withdraw with the separation of the Sun, but in the
    • special disposition following upon the separation of the Moon, the
    • Elohim, Jahve, accompanied the separation of the Moon — while
    • the separation of the Sun was a necessity for the following reasons:
    • was born of the cooperation between the normal Spirits of Form and
    • understanding of this unique cooperation of the normal and abnormal
    • in which one could clearly observe the cooperation of the normal
    • with each individual race. The migrations of the peoples were
    • upon indirectly in two ways. One way is through the respiration. By
    • working especially upon the respiration, these activities of the
    • paramount importance which must be taken into consideration. Just as
    • who is present in the blood of the generations, in the blood of
    • cooperation with the Mars Spirits — that is one of the
    • the influence of the new planetary constellation, the cooperation of
    • stages of higher cognition, in Imagination, Inspiration and
    • in the earliest ages, at the time of the separation of the races,
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    • been followed by a second migration of peoples. If we wish to
    • times. Later on, other migrations followed upon these early
    • migrations.
    • the Earth already colonized. Thus we meet with a second migration in
    • migration towards the end of the Atlantean epoch, when a small band
    • peoples of Europe also who had remained behind during the migration
    • original Zarathustra, received his inspiration. This again is an
    • continuous inspiration of Jahve or Jehovah and afterwards this
    • inspirations. The hidden sanctuary for those who were initiated into
    • Northern Europe, received their inspirations? In the eyes of the
    • were to indicate as the central source of inspiration for the various
    • Hence, because the great centre of spiritual inspiration was situated
    • centre of inspiration; in later years its spiritual mission was taken
    • configuration of Scandinavian mythology. If we compare in the occult
    • in the peculiar configuration of Scandinavian mythology. Here lies
    • configuration of the Folk Soul, to undertake an esoteric study of
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    • civilization were brought about by migrations from West to East, so
    • that at the end of these migrations the most mature, the most
    • yourselves for a moment in old Atlantis before the migrations towards
    • achieved by the operation of the forces to whose influence human
    • of these migrations man underwent many different stages of spiritual
    • development. There were peoples who, during their migration eastward,
    • the gradual awakening of the ‘I’ and the penetration of
    • witnessed the integration of the ego into the body and the birth of
    • place when the Sun and Moon were still united, of the separation of
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    • freedom and independence, he felt above all the aspiration to
    • deterioration of his whole being than would have befallen him had he
    • that the infiltration of error into his knowledge — even into
    • Fenris Wolf represents the configuration surrounding man because he
    • alteration between insight into, and loss of insight into the
    • present to you as an illustration of the clairvoyant knowledge of
    • the Archangel of Respiration, and
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    • what will emerge from any further elaboration of the significant
    • preparation of the Spiritual Soul, imbuing it with spiritual
    • sublimation of the old clairvoyant insight, of the cooperation of the
    • if one recognizes that their cooperation is a reality, that they form
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    • because Spiritual Science is intended to be a preparation for that
    • Science is a preparation for the new Christ-revelation.
    • them to work in harmonious cooperation. The better we understand
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    • annual celebration which has been held here for many years, and as
    • its inspiration was so strong that some of those particular workings
    • soul, had recourse to the separation of the three branches of culture
    • Spirit’ we shall have much to say in illustration of our theme
    • overruling consideration in our productions.
    • beings can only be understood when one takes into consideration both
    • well be the resolution of all wonder and the liberation from all
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    • one's admiration, for the profound cosmic wisdom which lies
    • separation there must have been a point of contact somewhere. How
    • with the substances he took in the inner configuration of the forces
    • the original Demeter forces? If I may use a very rough illustration,
    • intellectual or rational knowledge. That is the
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    • constitutes the permanent configuration of our inner life, the basis
    • separate peas, beans and lentils from one another to get the ratio
    • quantities were in the ratio of 1:3:5; in short, when you are dealing
    • the ratio of the strength of the forces of the physical body to those
    • sign and seal of the ether body, what in the human body is the ratio
    • five, so we can say, ‘the ratio of the strength of the forces
    • circle, the ratio of the size of its area to the size of the area of
    • which I have filled in with chalk ... would give the ratio of the
    • the mutual ratios of physical, etheric, astral and ego. Thus, you
    • into matter in accordance with definite ratios. I have at the same
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    • gifted with clairvoyance who were susceptible to inspiration from the
    • inspirations they were able to see before them those guiding Beings
    • Impulse, seek to give to humanity for their inspiration everything
    • Hence the confusion prevailing in our time between the inspiration
    • in order later to come to the next incorporation of the Earth, which
    • a part of the human soul through the obliteration of the longing for
    • from an archetypal wisdom, are a preparation for the ideas, the
    • a necessary preparation to enable us tomorrow to enter into those
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    • soul. If you take all that into consideration, you will come to
    • something which arose in him as a result of the co-operation of the
    • about the separation, the individualisation of men. Hence she is so
    • separation, individualisation, isolation. Thus Hera plays an active
    • admiration. This story of the dismemberment of Dionysos and the
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    • without his having undergone any preparation, any kind of esoteric
    • configuration of the fauns, of Pan and of Silenus; it is there that
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    • those who had undergone a thorough preparation.
    • earthly man could come into existence, there had to be a preparation.
    • We know that this preparation took place during the Saturn, Sun and
    • Mysteries, after having undergone due preparation so that they did
    • duration, the best would be for thee not to have been born, or since
    • generation to generation right up to today — knowledge which
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    • undergone a certain preparation. The ordeal thus lies in the fact
    • all the reparation possible, but that springs from egotism. Most men
    • his environment without taking into consideration the Saturn, Sun and
    • matter we have to bear in mind the following considerations. At the
    • have generations of gods whose reality is original, and others who
    • original generation of gods. But what we experience, what we can span
    • with our everyday consciousness comes from the generation of gods who
    • unconscious in us, comes from the original generation of gods. What
    • we are conscious of comes from the other side, from the generation of
    • Baptism by John in the Jordan had been preceded by a long preparation
    • this separation took place between the two different generations of
    • designate these two generations of gods working side by side by
    • flitting around the first generation in the chemical and life-ether
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    • advancing we are faced by ever new configurations of the world. We
    • can enter into these new configurations with stout souls, then we
    • new configuration of the world which is presented to us furnishes us
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    • different way, by gazing with penetration upon what was current among
    • upon these closed regions countless generations of gods, of spiritual
    • enter, learns how to plunge into the work of countless generations
    • the generations he himself has experienced as impulses, desires,
    • predisposition to that configuration, that formation of a specific
    • configuration of this speech centre. Why is this speech-centre
    • for speech. If we take into consideration that the side of the brain
    • vibrations, to particles of ether in motion, even to ponderable
    • made up of pure vibrations, pure oscillations. Of course, when we
    • light and warmth themselves by means of atoms or atomic vibrations;
    • of history to discover how the rational opinion of the future is
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    • Raphael's soul developing onwards in regular cycles of four years duration.
    • Transfiguration which stood unfinished by his death bed.”
    • thought has sprung. In the middle of other wider historical considerations
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    • have died out so soon. The short duration of people's interest in something
    • cooperation between Herr von Osten's soul-element and the soul-element
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    • shall we touch upon Occult Science or Theosophy; the consideration of
    • of human historical considerations, of human historical thought.
    • and military principles which come into consideration in the conduct
    • expressed he used to say: “If we only take into consideration
    • in question. I beg you to take into consideration that with regard to
    • in which it was written, must escape. But even in such a consideration
    • delicately indicated at the end of Kalevala the penetration of the most
    • living cooperation of all that which fundamentally governed the Finnish
    • epics, so may the same perhaps be alleged with regard to this consideration
    • trace humanity backwards when we take the present-day soul into consideration.
    • and seventh centuries before Christ. The collective configuration of
    • to this that an unprejudiced consideration must lead us when we consider
    • is the separation of the animal forms from the human. The animal then
    • complete separation from all animal life, this consciousness also saw
    • consideration of the national epics becomes specially interesting when we
    • and force. Hence, according to the consideration of spiritual science,
    • soul, or rational soul as the second soul principle. So that just as
    • body, so have we the intellectual or rational soul enclosed in the etheric
    • soul in the astral body, the intellectual or rational soul in the etheric
    • the intellectual or rational soul, and which so created the etheric
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    • strength and initiative; a festival for the commemoration of selfless
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    • bringing Imagination and Inspiration to bear on it, one comes to
    • immediate considerations.
    • is enabled to come into being through this concentration of
    • configuration of the Earth.
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    • considerations we have gone into here, and since we know that soul
    • ascending from the grave as the Risen One to the transfiguration
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    • Imagination passes over into Inspiration.
    • embodied Inspiration, as a being brought into existence by
    • Inspiration, in the Mysteries of the heights and depths and in
    • concentrates itself into Inspiration, united with the Spirit-tones of
    • with Inspiration, the St. John Inspiration filled with
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    • Being needs extensive preparation, that the very deepest
    • is no exaggeration to say that a force of untold strength and
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    • preparation. And although I have had to overcome a certain
    • the duty to the preparation that must be made in our time. This
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    • admiration too strong for the purpose of turning men's
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    • the greatest discernment and concentration and gave astounding
    • inspired those ancient Prophets and that now the inspiration
    • had departed from a later generation. But to one thing he
    • scribes still believed it to be an inspiration from spiritual
    • voice of inspiration — a voice feebler and less
    • writings. I now interpolate into this narration of the contents
    • inspiration among the Rabbis and the Scribes.
    • himself became aware of the inspiration of the Bath-Kol.
    • Bath-Kol within his own breast. But this very inspiration
    • penetration at all this wretchedness as had Jesus of Nazareth;
    • certain separation and aloofness from the rest of
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    • engrossed in preparations for the Sabbath, this man knocked at
    • very aspirations, drive Ahriman and Lucifer to other human
    • happened — as if through the operation of Cosmic Law. I
    • process of man's incorporation into the physical world. He felt
    • the following is an illustration. Somebody or other goes into a
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    • aspiration which is represented in our circle. They have left behind
    • (Tr.)] One shade of it can be called ‘Moderation.’
    • moderate. Through such moderation we keep in the right order those
    • if we do not practise the virtue of moderation. Those who like to be
    • the considerations of spiritual science extend to an unlimited
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    • ordinary life. For the duration of his exercises,
    • transformed the process of respiration. He did so by
    • process of respiration. Ordinary respiration does not become
    • conscious his respiration. When we breathe in, the respiratory
    • respiration always occurs when we allow our minds to function.
    • thought-process with the process of respiration that fills all
    • the process of respiration.
    • we release thinking from the remnant of respiration that
    • not only in separating the thought sequence from the respiration
    • respiration, and so also with his spiritual self which
    • again make a mental image of him — the configuration of
    • way by meditation and concentration take on a quite special
    • considerations today. I am naturally familiar with the
    • immortality. But consideration of this must be reserved for
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    • as are operations in mathematics or geometry.
    • psychic activity is entirely absorbed into it. For the duration
    • operation, he sees something quite new. The world in which he
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    • this mental activity, there is no incorporation into memory in
    • from modern science is only a preparation for a true spiritual
    • a preparation. We must then wait until the spiritual world
    • the presence there of a co-operation between the artistic and
    • science gradually passes into the present complete separation
    • separation of science, art and religion, and tracing
    • do indeed find in the more Westerly parts just that separation
    • in the collaboration of art and science. There thus arose in
    • triumph the separation of religion, art and science. What must
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    • its various configurations to affect our soul, we cannot stop
    • not to assert that this configuration of spirit, if
    • human nervous system in its physical operation. Of course, we
    • illustration from the development of the human spirit and the
    • spiritual imagination and inspiration, so that what today
    • historical consideration of human life from this
    • be strong. If for all our respect, love and admiration for its
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    • with a rationalist is usually at an end. He reacts strongly to
    • spiritual form of existence. The reaction of the rationalist to
    • certain point in their consideration of the human cognitive
    • operation the faculty that diffuses something more than
    • penetration is precisely our knowledge of self.
    • world leads to knowledge of self, penetration into the depths
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    • rational view of the world. This view has been splendidly
    • which social configurations and groupings arose in earlier
    • intellectualized ones, not those of a rational attitude to
    • to create social configurations by means of the
    • develop into human social configurations informed by
    • configurations are still present. On the other hand, man owes
    • comprehend social life even in its individual configurations,
    • other configurations of the social structure. And since we live
    • Yet the material that in many cases the old generation nowadays
    • bridging the gulf between generations is only one side, only a
    • walks of life, other classes, or other generations, and to
    • in the splendid instances of co-operation between natural
    • from nature serves him as an inspiration. Right down to the
    • from one technical advance to another, so that the inspiration
    • of nature still goes on. There's inspiration for you!
    • Modern man lacks such inspiration, however, when he comes to
    • operate in the spiritual sphere as purely natural inspiration
    • certainty how social configurations should be organized, if
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    • certain autocracy becomes apparent, a system of administration
    • administration by the state:” a tendency for certain
    • the West as a quite new configuration. This is true of the
    • operations one could gain the favour of these gods, or their
    • that has been evolved by consideration of the historical
    • For this reason, all the social configurations of the Orient
    • social configurations that rest on ecclesiastical and religious
    • understand social configurations, we must discuss the spiritual
    • this, we may say: the social configuration sought in Europe in
    • the Greek as yet no separation of body and spirit, such as
    • itself in social configurations. The priest gradually becomes
    • determined social configurations. You need only study the
    • that are the nations we observe the operation of legal
    • configurations. What I am now describing can be traced in
    • social configuration of their own. This trend derives from the
    • we are clearly aware how economic configurations, in their
    • itself is then caught up by social configurations that are
    • appendage to the patriarchal administration of human affairs.
    • of social configuration existing side by side, widely
    • social configuration — an economic association, a
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    • description of the preparations that such a student of the
    • pass on to a consideration of the position of the individual
    • the Oriental social order, the first consideration was thus to
    • of medicine was associated with every aspiration of the spirit,
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    • attuned to human considerations, you establish a basis on which
    • illustration is drawn, to the best of the teacher's knowledge
    • needs special preparation; and secondly it isn't
    • our reaching these social configurations than the hesitation
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    • this solely by way of illustration. Anyone who seeks to
    • aberrations, instead of extolling a few stereotyped
    • say, a third kind of obstacle to true social co-operation among
    • of illustration I should like to indicate what can be
    • at every moment. Forces of ascent, growth and maturation are
    • man's spiritual life is closely linked to the disintegration of
    • growth and maturation, the continuous process of decay.
    • have given this simply by way of illustration, but it really
    • democratic. In other words, aspirations are present in the
    • that they could work out rationally which are the best legal
    • really makes any excogitation of a rational law unfruitful;
    • collectively, through the co-operation of many people in
    • ratiocination has been expended on law in the course of
    • own social structure and its own administration; and also that
    • ability he has in his own field. From a collaboration in which
    • these fields, but that they are countered through collaboration
    • This can be achieved by rational processes; if not, we expose
    • associations; otherwise, the collaboration of men within groups
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    • to the senses; and we only learn to know those inspirations destined
    • of being developed by those difficult paths of meditation and concentration
    • ever deeper and more comprehensive penetration to the real impulses
    • to this penetration into our spiritual scientific stream has often been
    • our society could be as we would have it through the beautiful co-operation
    • co-operation of the souls should ... no, would rather not say that ...
    • thus the inner meaning of the co-operation in the forms of our building
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    • Inspirations destined to up-build us when we live within the nerves
    • concentration described in
    • ever deeper and more comprehensive penetration to the real impulses
    • necessary for this penetration into our spiritual scientific stream
    • through the beautiful co-operation of those who are active on the
    • co-operation of the souls should ... no, would rather not say that.
    • Thus the inner meaning of the co-operation in the forms of our
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    • considerations, and to go more deeply into then. To-day,
    • by way of preparation, I should like to point to a few
    • considerations.
    • nor Descartes took into consideration. I hare spoken of this
    • gives itself, that we do not take into consideration the fact
    • to their veneration. Other days should then be devoted to the
    • for our considerations for the next days results, when we see
    • these considerations, because I should like it to have a place
    • Apercu results from a consideration of what I have told you, I
    • see the incorporation of these things into the collective life
    • very careful consideration, contradictory to facts as it may
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    • the related thought of the separation of labor and income.”
    • considerations, that one does not proceed from self-knowledge,
    • being, who in his germinal configuration recapitulates
    • Administration) and contains numerous underlinings by him concerning
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    • life. Three years ago we held this celebration, feeling that we
    • no time for joyful celebrations. We should be untrue, in
    • consecration in an understanding of the Greek spirit, of the
    • curiously superficial, aspiration of an Overbeck, of a
    • Consecration with different emotions from those of a latter
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    • consideration the homogeneous spiritual bond existing in all the
    • watched the progress of your spirit with ever renewed admiration,
    • is limited by the obscuration of the results thus obtained. But a
    • delle Grazie cloister at Milan and in spite of recent restoration looks
    • rational nature. Goethe uttered wonderful words concerning these
    • become so fruitful through this method of his aspiration, that we
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    • penetration of things, and a more correct view of the world by rising
    • aspiration. The principle contained in this was always called the
    • taken into consideration, then it lies in the nature of the
    • direction — then it is a declaration of the innermost nature of
    • man's aspiration towards complete humanity, so Goethe depicts in the
    • Youth man's aspiration for the highest, wanting straight away to
    • separation, he is not capable of being effective through his three
    • Youth seeks this liberation which will make him captain of his soul.
    • soul-condition, that the spiritual influences, inspirations, are
    • without his work and co-operation, to the kingdom of the divine,
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    • through similar moods and who in times of desperation had often
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    • perform, in meditation, concentration, and so on, which are
    • is otherwise firm and solid in transfigurations of eternal
    • this scene is meant to be: Faust's penetration to the first stages
    • Goethe takes the entry into the spiritual world. In his aspiration
    • try to prevent his liberation — only when he accosts
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    • when we can see already in preparation events of extraordinary
    • configuration, the present make-up of the human soul arisen?
    • the whole configuration, the whole shape of the human head, is
    • configuration of mountains on the Earth repeats itself in my
    • head in the configurations of my brain; I carry on my shoulders
    • inner configuration of the head as an image of the Earth, so he
    • mountainous configuration of the Earth. He did not then merely
    • from Asia into Europe. The migration of the Atlantean peoples
    • by their brothers and sisters, similar in configuration to
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    • when one takes into consideration the totally different
    • lightning (to take a simple and obvious illustration). You know
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    • when man experienced a certain separation of his
    • other what remained to him from vision and penetration into the
    • configurations in different places, that man gained
    • what was revealed in its manifold configurations, in all that
    • certain preparation before they were conducted to the true
    • Such was the inner configuration of soul of these two
    • still further. The configuration of soul that had been
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    • the preparation that had to be undergone before entering
    • tragedy that men of that time suffered in their preparation for
    • as it were in desperation, with the illusion. They came into an
    • friends, of the strictness and severity of the preparation in
    • all the preparations which the pupil had undergone — and
    • breast, the rhythmic vibration goes downwards and passes over
    • the region of speech, comes into vibration and vibrates in
    • over the Earth he felt its configuration, as you may feel a
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    • not come into consideration; for, as I said yesterday, they
    • being himself came into consideration and what he brought to
    • shadow-picture, when the human being, through the preparations
    • by an impulse coming from the configuration of the Earth. You
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    • I had to describe the different worlds that come under consideration
    • demonstration of psycho-analysis such as a modern doctor might
    • and then Aristotle with inner concentration and in a meditative
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    • takes place from one generation to the next, the albumen is
    • building up from within itself in co-operation with the other
    • beyond the physical body and include also in our consideration
    • perspiration, or in some other way convert it into water.
    • And here we come to the consideration of very important
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    • configuration; but the Earth has no power to maintain the form
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    • bodies. During recent decades, explorations connected with the
    • reparation for principles that have been gravely sinned against
    • become for us a festival of consecration not only of a year's
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    • deliberation, that it points to a spiritual activity of
    • Therefore this obliteration means something entirely
    • who has come in the way described first to the invigoration of
    • Representative of humanity, Christ, to the incorporation
    • flames of the highest inspiration of the human being, his soul
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    • soul has altered in the various epochs of time, alterations brought
    • There was to be such an arrangement in the administration of the
    • the metaphysical order of administration is given us in the word
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    • more may arise out of these considerations, my dear friends.
    • people who have had no previous preparation through spiritual
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    • Meditation and Concentration
    • certain considerations connected mainly with special
    • strivings, which through meditation and concentration of
    • body. I might say that the co-operation of three worlds,
    • perceptions, then we pass over to a thoughtful consideration
    • necessary preparation, could give more than what takes place
    • worthy of veneration; but all is worthy of being learnt. That
    • attacks against the penetration of the spiritual world. It is
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    • age of post-Atlantean development through the migrations of
    • Among the Chaldean's wisdom, the wise penetration into the
    • post-Atlantean age, we find that "Temperance or Moderation"
    • “Moderation” is the virtue which enables man to
    • which is to be taken into consideration for the next, the
    • the co-operation of the moral impulses of man with the
    • Anthroposophy. Long and important considerations could be
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    • was kindled in the boyish soul a certain aspiration for what
    • state of being born and shared in Herder's aspiration,
    • a different field of operation, to Weimar. The Duke of Weimar
    • directions: toward separation and toward union. It was
    • to pour into these works. This was a regeneration, an actual
    • profound contrast between the aspirations of his age in what he
    • the aspirations of the fifth post-Atlantean epoch in an
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    • aspiration to know the truth in natural phenomena? Do we not
    • unless we take into consideration such events in the course of
    • living penetration into a comprehensive view of nature is
    • penetration of soul. The scene beginning, “Spirit sublime, thou
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    • This is so even when we take into consideration repeated lives
    • on earth and include them in our deliberation of the molding of
    • this into consideration, you will arrive at a transition to
    • into consideration, you will no longer find incomprehensible
    • dominant reason into consideration tell yourself this: “We are
    • history” without any real preparation or serious study of
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    • instinctively; that is, when he received by inspiration the
    • it. To place oneself rationally within the course of evolution
    • scientific aspirations, it would be the worst thing that could
    • be a matter of indifference from whom a certain preparation is
    • way. Through the vibrations of the air caused by this signal,
    • different vibrations when they make these signals, and the
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    • into consideration. We must bear in mind that everything that
    • greater depths, the utterly irrational, as it is said. The
    • take this into consideration, you will understand that from the
    • connected with one's occupation. So I will give an illustration
    • come into consideration here, and to these we must turn our
    • primarily into consideration during the first period of life is
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    • without taking into consideration that what appears in the form
    • specific system. Now, if you calculate certain ratios that Eyth
    • they used it to determine the ratios according to which they
    • administration, replied, “Of course, that simply has to be
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    • our present considerations is to attain a spiritual scientific
    • recognized that the consideration of this particular time is of
    • consideration. It will readily be understood, therefore, that
    • considerations. How would it be if there were also a side to
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    • present considerations will impress us with their deeper and
    • example, a kind of illustration of what I mean. We are now
    • retain a remuneration from it without rendering service to its
    • whatever remuneration pleases any purchaser; but to render
    • must take into consideration, however, that what a man produces
    • into consideration the teaching of repeated earthly lives. In
    • period of puberty is not taken into consideration at all by
    • throughout the generations that almost the entire family was as
    • prevent the possible generation of ten-member families, but
    • degeneration. The houses reeked of corruption. Even the gray
    • your attention for years — that the first generation will
    • the succeeding generation would degenerate under materialism
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    • unconscious desire to overlook the cooperation among the
    • remains an aberration among human beings in a certain way, and
    • the consequences can always be blamed on human aberrations. But
    • considerations that revealed the Mystery of Golgotha in its
    • have come to in a natural way from many considerations.
    • spaces. It is not possible through a mechanical consideration
    • that delicate vibrations will accumulate and tremendous effects
    • how even those vibrations I spoke of are now added to the demon
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    • know that it is invalid. On more careful consideration, it
    • is the reason for this adoration? What is the reality behind
    • within the framework of the considerations at hand.
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    • knew, veneration of the Sun was one with veneration of the
    • recognise the spirit it cannot ascribe to it either duration
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    • separation between the three members of man's nature is not
    • is practically no real separation between the sleeping and
    • under Nero you could have political aspirations!) This
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    • to the careful consideration of actual facts, then he is in a
    • of real penetration into the depths of the spiritual world;
    • the human being for any regeneration of social
    • generation?”
    • what a long time was needed for deliberation, as late as
    • new with the existing generation?” — I have often
    • generation,” I still cannot but assume, that those who
    • pass such a criticism on the existing generation are
    • the existing generation,” and we will work
    • may see a striking illustration. There exists also a
    • The three systems work in co-operation; yet each, for itself,
    • again, that they work in cooperation with one another, and
    • work best in co-operation, when they have first developed
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    • conglomeration!) are all alike equally impracticable and
    • introduction, printed as the beginning, by way of preparation
    • order to carry out the thing rationally, I must have another
    • on with the separation of the three systems; when we actually
    • concentration for economic forces which are both a bank and,
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    • other considerations show that it is possible to say as much
    • philosophical considerations. Today I will try to offer a
    • ourselves: This whole world of pictures is only a preparation
    • even more difficult to master all the preparation necessary for
    • inspiration we continue to experience it and what happens then
    • imagination and inspiration is the same as when, in going to
    • inspiration.
    • experienced inspiration we are outside our bodies. We are not
    • now enter into what made itself known in inspiration, we enter
    • inspiration and intuition. This is how we immerse ourselves in
    • becoming familiar with imagination, inspiration and intuition,
    • to imagination, inspiration and intuition we see, therefore,
    • inspiration and intuition. But now, in what way do we
    • unconscious form of inspiration to the human being. This is the
    • inspiration. This can come about only by recognizing the
    • inspiration. — Where does it come from? We discover this
    • inspiration and intuition. If, having attained to imagination
    • we do not rest there but immerse ourselves in inspiration, we
    • as unconscious inspiration and in perceiving intuitions, that
    • through inspiration and intuition.
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    • beings which are governed by considerations going beyond the
    • inspiration. In other words, because the real course of history
    • — imagination, inspiration and intuition — to
    • find that the configuration, the structure of the human
    • rational soul, where cleverness itself is still instinctive.
    • different configuration of the human soul. What in the science
    • by taking into consideration how this instinctive
    • understanding, this rational soul, began to operate in more or
    • science of spirit, working with imagination, inspiration and
    • be conceived as inspiration, but also grasp the element that
    • unites with our bodily organism, that flows out of inspiration
    • Imagination, inspiration and intuition provide us with a true
    • imagination and inspiration reach down into our
    • means of imagination, inspiration and intuition it will be
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    • the senses and bound by the normal operation of the human
    • and concentration are described in the books mentioned above),
    • intentionally blot out the operation of our senses and bring to
    • illustration to show how our whole soul life is now altered by
    • the soul. And I would like to add a further illustration to
    • illustration because something comes about in our soul life
    • from the will. Of course, this separation should not affect our
    • approach to life when I now give you a further illustration.
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    • alteration and metamorphoses, as I have already
    • meditation or concentration, a thinking is to be
    • One who practices meditation and concentration must
    • is developed through meditation and concentration,
    • concentration, one becomes able to say at a certain point of
    • exercises of concentration and meditation in the way that has
    • can give one's attention to such meditation and concentration
    • completely absorbed in the subject of this concentration. It
    • in concentration, it is necessary to do others which are
    • knowledge begins. I have called it “Inspiration.”
    • arises in the soul through Inspiration what the soul itself was
    • may ask: When through Inspiration something of soul and spirit
    • life. A great alteration in the nature of the will can then be
    • cooperation of sun-nature and moon-nature. One comes to know
    • take up a rational medicine of this kind. Already there exist
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    • aspirations which came with it. We see how people steeped in
    • admiration for what has been achieved. I cannot go into
    • can only be filled with admiration for the wonderful work
    • natural science and in particular in feeling deep admiration
    • penetration of the will into the soul life which
    • manages to evolve beyond purely physical considerations
    • configuration of our soul life in our conscience, concerning
    • a preparation for the science of spirit, where the individual
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    • that humanity has received the present configuration of its
    • into the consideration of the reasoning, intellectual
    • principle of utility comes into consideration.
    • been rationalised, intellectualised. Everything in the world
    • any consideration, and puts aside everything which does not
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    • consideration.
    • worthy of your consideration — what it means to bring
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    • illustration and so shall give no name. It says that this man
    • consideration of external events. When one considers how it
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    • He only takes into consideration the movements which he
    • know, not by means of external mathematical considerations,
    • hands (in prayer or veneration) For the power to bless in old
    • generations as they follow each other in life. We think
    • they were children — a generation ago; children, who are
    • to the penetration by spiritual science of our modern
    • one's penetration sharp for what is necessary for our time
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    • we say, but only by way of illustration. As you know, the
    • contain much that is worthy of deep veneration. In the
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    • hardly get beyond a refined form of illustration, imitation
    • illustration: Whoever studies the human skeleton finds, even
    • any rational principle or any, never justifiable,
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    • the next stages penetration into the spiritual world would be
    • demonstrations of the living life of the world of space, so
    • vibration. Through the blanching he understands what the man
    • degeneration of its fundamental nature. Those who have a
    • degeneration takes place when, in prose, speech becomes
    • frustration when he has to pour into an already formed speech
    • by introducing illustrations at some particular point. A man
    • Philistines may speak of degeneration in such cases) such a
    • in the form and configuration of the human body. In ancient
    • the inspiration of the Muses, to imbibe and be enriched by
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    • age of post-Atlantean development through the migrations of
    • Among the Chaldean's wisdom, the wise penetration into the
    • post-Atlantean age, we find that "Temperance or Moderation"
    • “Moderation” is the virtue which enables man to
    • which is to be taken into consideration for the next, the
    • the co-operation of the moral impulses of man with the
    • Anthroposophy. Long and important considerations could be
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    • force since the 15th century, but it was already in preparation
    • consideration of the Mystery of Golgotha. The resurrected
    • dreamlike knowledge. Today there exists a degeneration of what
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    • for all the descendants in the following generations; so that
    • this passes through the generations so that in a certain sense
    • tribal ancestor in the successive generations. Thus, the
    • little consideration is given to a fact of very great
    • begins. Disintegration of a particular trend is always
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    • consideration, and it is entirely correct that he surrenders to
    • fullest deliberation, like the course of mathematical
    • of illustration, although this is not meant to be personal,
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    • to understand every religion and spiritual aspiration. Every
    • configuration of a specific civilization; it is not possible
    • can come about only through cooperation. The age one lives in
    • for respect and admiration in regard to modern scientific
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    • world: the configuration of minerals, the covering of
    • civilized? What here comes under consideration are vital and
    • environment. The incorporation of the higher nervous system
    • configuration, within a certain race, a certain family and
    • generations, designating what they had in common with one and
    • link in a long line of generations.
    • and the ancient wisdom that had flowed down the generations
    • blood flowed through its members down the generations;
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    • preserves, it continuously opposes disintegration. Life has
    • When a substance contains life it means that disintegration
    • constantly preventing disintegration.
    • nature works against disintegration is a being possessing
    • of light, you would see alteration in the skin; a tiny eye
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    • period feelings of respect and veneration are fostered. Such
    • information and narration, the lives of significant people
    • with awe and veneration; he turns the handle, enters the room
    • that for him, is a holy place. Such moments of veneration
    • developing and educating the young generations. We have shown
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    • greatest concentration of urges and cravings, that is,
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    • to themselves; no remonstration convinced them otherwise.
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    • “I,” as a result of collaboration with his four
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    • to verify whether anything serious or rational ever existed
    • through inner preparation, gradually to find their way to the
    • nature. What comes into consideration here is too often
    • with unusual powers, especially the regeneration of life and
    • stage is known as the preparation of the philosopher's
    • breath is connected with the discovery, or preparation of,
    • due preparation. Before a start is made the powers of
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    • with mysticism, as we shall do in today's consideration, will
    • considerations.
    • anything else than a physical demonstration of what a large
    • was contributed by related arts. Harmonious collaboration
    • arose from the cooperation of harmony, rhythm and melody.
    • element. No longer was there collaboration between the arts.
    • configuration and higher perfection of his inner being, he is
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    • was regarded as holy, as from divine inspiration only truth
    • what men of God had written under divine inspiration.
    • who is always present, through all changes from generation to
    • generation, from human race to human race, from planet to
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    • definitive name will be introduced once the first preparations for
    • stage, for the preparations must still be made in order to understand
    • the principles of becoming are taken into consideration.
    • cooperation with Miss von Eckardstein; here the wonderfully
    • personal sense. She felt herself to be the inspiration for the
    • one's hand and their penetration in one's etheric body. This grasp in
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    • separation. At the same time, there arises for him the task to mould into a
    • either a master or a worker. With the migration of the life of culture
    • penetration of culture into the West, economic life took on more and more
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    • inspiration. He always had the feeling: “My thoughts are
    • system and a part of the respiration which permeates the head
    • thoughts, in the form of an inspiration. The divine-spiritual
    • socially in this or in that way, was really inspiration. It
    • Oriental epoch there was still cooperation between the
    • himself through the inspiration of the gods in his sleep, and
    • for their activities, these inspirations would retreat into his
    • he felt as inspiration.
    • chaotic co-operation of old and new spectres and a
    • spectres, and these must be transformed with man's co-operation
    • Only by such thoughts and considerations can humanity attain a
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    • the words of initiation which follow the transfiguration: “Eli,
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    • absolutely clear about this: what first comes into consideration in
    • organism. With the eye, there comes into consideration (just see for
    • once the complicated way in which the eye comes into consideration)
    • the plastic configuration to his organs during his growth correspondingly.
    • inner configuration of the human organism. But this is still connected
    • respiration and blood circulation — how blood circulation is in relation
    • to respiration — the same way in life, in the whole becoming of life,
    • up to the 35th year of life its vibrations in the head have completely
    • come to an end. Four times seven years come into consideration. (The
    • the rhythm of the respiration vibrates really in these two rhythms which
    • only to look into the human organism if one can take into consideration
    • I will continue these considerations intending to close
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    • which can enable us to take greater connections of history into consideration.
    • substance, if we add sugar, which through outer preparations —
    • body can cooperate in the further configuration of all that, what is
    • firm. These organs get their configuration through the kidneys, and
    • that proceeds under the extraordinarily strong alteration of nitrogen.
    • give us a configuration in which the ego takes part in the whole, if
    • as it is expressed in the relation between respiration and pulse. Therefore,
    • it causes a reaction, this will lead to a generation of the function
    • that one can see by the degeneration of the organs how the members of
    • finally discover the original causes for all inflammation and ulcerations
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    • in times when migrations of people, when the moving away from places,
    • a general vibration. One expressed it to oneself in the following way:
    • vibration to balance the different single incorrect vibrations. So one
    • taken to mean the ether body and blood, those vibrations which
    • A real penetration of the whole would result in the following: Assume
    • classical declaration, that one really should kill all people at the
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    • of divine inspiration. The story then goes on to say that the
    • Let us look at it rationally for a moment. A person in a state
    • consideration we could say that the man who constructed this
    • work of art through divine inspiration has done a great deal of
    • an inspiration of grace.
    • consideration. We must now consider this problem.
    • good illustration of this, for he actually never wanted to get
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    • preparations he intends to make and what he thinks is the best
    • good teachers were nominated for decorations, and the
    • proper school administration, had himself become a school
    • generation to the other.
    • generations, but brings with it causes that may have been laid
    • conclusion, I want to give you something like an illustration
    • now and next Tuesday. Then, taking this illustration as
    • Please take this illustration to heart, the illustration of
    • one must renounce seeing one's own eyes. Take this illustration
    • to heart. Then, taking this illustration as a basis, let us
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    • universal configurations that will of course be connected
    • plane are concerned, these configurations will on the
    • we take all these things into consideration, we will realize
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    • talk about there being nothing outside us but vibrations, and
    • realize fully that in their considerations of the physical body
    • into some of the intimate secrets involved in the preparation
    • preparation for remembering earlier lives in the right
    • be due to insufficient preparation for remembering previous
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    • further consideration it all becomes very abstract because
    • to speak of spirit, they speak of vibrations. At theosophical
    • people speak of “such good vibrations”! I do not
    • know what they mean by these vibrations, in any case they
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    • other hand, language plays in men's international operation
    • post-Atlantean period a kind of Inspiration of the folk
    • through Inspiration to rule earthly life, not in a human
    • Inspiration experienced by the folk genius that Ahriman will
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    • Inspiration is active in the fifth, Imagination is not fully
    • the Imaginative life, and in the life of Inspiration and that
    • spiritual organisation. The life of Inspiration which will
    • consideration in it as a means of making themselves
    • informative in language which alone comes into consideration
    • preparation for the life after death. How we conduct
    • our soul, is essentially the mute preparation for many
    • there is veneration and penetration of nature that there will
    • through laterally. So that Inspiration, which should restrain
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    • considerations today, I will take an example that may be said to have come
    • to that of the migration of peoples. The tempo has been tremendously
    • are very different from those who previously held the power. This migration
    • side that without the considerations of Spiritual Science we may arrive
    • kind of co-operation between senses and inner emotions and will-impulses.
    • spiritual world in full consciousness, to develop Imagination, Inspiration,
    • animal there is a separation between the will-organism that is, the
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    • From our considerations
    • it is true only the beginning of a crisis. There was merely a preparation
    • 1), and this is so on amount of its deterioration through belonging
    • if some means is not found to compensate, s0 that the evaporation of
    • men are meant to live in social co-operation. This is recognised by
    • silent. For to uphold personal opinions and personal aspirations in
    • corroboration of our actual individual opinion; and we shall also come
    • our own opinions, our own aspirations, justified by what is revealed
    • everything as in some sense a preparation, will certainly not be present
    • in those who carry their personal aspirations into the impulse of Spiritual
    • what a prosy rationalist! He judges purely from the standpoint of reason.
    • if personal aspirations, personal ambition, is brought in, can cause
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    • this penetration, as we may have gathered from the various studies made
    • only when he is willing to rise above logic to Imagination, Inspiration,
    • as the innermost impulse to which he directs his veneration and devotion.
    • used this illustration. Whereas the pendulum swings here it falls back
    • words when his philosophy ascends to religious inspiration and he says:
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    • Saxony in Schröer's studies which, in personal collaboration with
    • to the separation into three parts. And what constitutes Goetheanism
    • admiration nor spoken to you in any different way about my admiration
    • he harboured fervent admiration for him in the tradition built up about
    • which must be pondered in the soul in all seriousness and with due consideration.
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    • example: take a migration of birds when they all start to move
    • doesn't consider this extraordinary wise migration
    • one and the same place. There the law of interpenetration
    • consideration. They will only be comprehended once we have
    • inspiration from tradition.
    • cooperation and hence becomes glowing and penetrated by
    • that through cooperation with the Beings and observing their
    • dedication, a full penetration, while other experiences are
    • your own preparation regarding the feeling world of abstinence.
    • shortened the duration of his sojourn through learning
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    • to the consideration just mentioned. One discovers, on looking
    • three-fold; that the earthly and heavenly separations are
    • without comment, explanations or considerations, one steps into
    • allow separation from wishes and will.
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    • scientific” with constant consideration to the occult side.
    • When a person, through ordinary consideration of his merits and
    • realised through proper consideration of the poetic saying: If
    • physical body's disintegration. Similarly, when it dives down
    • added to the consideration. The ether body links to something
    • becoming mobile, displaying vibration in contrast to its
    • “I,” while taking into consideration the karmic
    • configuration out of necessity, then you have self-knowledge
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    • we have an illustration of the complicated which has grown out of the
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    • itself in its own configuration if one has the right-vision for what
    • the human soul as force of inspiration through the whole artistic structure
    • in the configuration of the small dome. You understand the whole figure
    • in the paintings of the small dome, which in its whole configuration
    • this figure in the small dome — which, in its whole configuration,
    • be at that time. Above this figure you find those who gave the inspiration,
    • of God, an Apollo-like form, as the inspirer. That which, through inspiration,
    • a yellow smudge, and add to it a blue smudge (see illustration). He
    • the inspiration of the dual principle, could not be endured, it would
    • their living relationship to each other. The inspiration that come from
    • earlier source of inspiration. Hence this angel-like form which here
    • necessary to the inspiring Being. You see, this inspiration leads at
    • and took into consideration that polarically-opposed impulses of growth
    • centre-point of our considerations and of our feeling within our anthroposophical
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    • well as a starting point for more thorough deliberations
    • secret in the Egyptian Mysteries. In preparation for such
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    • separation of the astral body and ego is brought about. In
    • introduce the rational into the Brocken; he finds that right
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    • works he had really studied, the treatise De Generatione
    • to consider that in this treatise De Generatione Rerum
    • the Rights of Man, of International Federation and things of
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    • present considerations.
    • must now make a picture of this preparation that is confined
    • consideration here, This is what happens where the water is
    • the conjuration scene can be demonstrated by experiment. Out
    • more to this tomorrow and bring our considerations further.
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    • conscious interpenetration of that which prevails
    • certain. This preparation, this making-ready, can, however,
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    • preparation for self-knowledge and for the knowledge of the
    • been watching, with ever increasing admiration, the nature
    • believes that Goethe was a rationalistic philistine —
    • rationalistic — whoever believes that Goethe was this
    • kind of pedantic, rationalistic, philistine, understands
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    • living in his day-consciousness in the perceptible, rational
    • collaboration, that what arises through the right-man and the
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    • considerations of yesterday and the day before, we have been
    • consideration, and some kind of person makes his appearance
    • have penetration and see the reality instead of distorted
    • penetration note what clever logical reasons man brings
    • By trying to rationalize this and bring it into some kind of
    • consideration was that Christianity has no part in what the
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    • must first advance to the world of Imagination, Inspiration,
    • into that other world, the world of Imagination, Inspiration,
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    • to run over again the main thoughts then under consideration.
    • its separation from the body. Connection with the outside
    • present-day abstract rationalistic man. In olden days when
    • world there is no separation between the purely animal and
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    • teeth, can appear. It is a real concentration and
    • the reverse. Here there is no concentration of life-forces
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    • exploration of every aspect of the sense world and does not in
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    • inspiration of the Initiates actually occurred in the
    • the inspirational ones in the ancient Indian time. The Rishis
    • piece for the inspirations of higher, spiritual beings. This
    • to thousands of generations and the bodies of your people would
    • the generation, how the son feels bound through the blood with
    • generations. The god who announced himself primarily as an
    • the He was this, which worked as God through the generations.
    • what continues to work from generation to generation.”
    • generation to generation.”
    • generation to the next. We don't come to a real understanding
    • works through the blood and goes down the generations, the
    • transmits from one generation to the next because I am a
    • generations and the bodies of your people would be purified and
    • inspirationally worked through the soul and is now the correct
    • through the blood in the generations; on the other side however
    • communal “I” which flowed through the generations.
    • archetypal way in images in preparation for the moment when the
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    • operation, but that something higher has to be taken into
    • aspiration towards a spiritual life.
    • elucidate by making use of an illustration. You may find it no
    • more accurate than are most comparative illustrations, yet it
    • Now, this illustration, in spite of its manifest
    • Nor can this illustration be negatived by merely indicating its
    • But what has not here been taken into consideration is the
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    • life; holding the breath — the duration of earthly life;
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    • in the East, it arouses the wonder and admiration of anyone who has a
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    • Inspiration, Intuition — these three forms of super-sensible
    • must therefore be prepared to work for the liberation of the spiritual
    • Our abstract, rationalistic thinking is verily a corpse of the
    • intellectualistic and rationalistic thinking of to-day.
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    • be taken into consideration.. For life here on the Earth is in truth a
    • are in operation. Looking down to Middle Europe, to the South of
    • consequences and reverberations of those events. People up here in the
    • the migrations. In their migrations towards the South, in their
    • It is an interesting chapter of history to study the migrations of the
    • The influence of the Northern Gods in these migrations is such that it
    • Northern people went forth on their migrations, their raids and their
    • feelings we dream and in the operations of our will we are asleep.
    • operations of intellect and reason — that is what is carried
    • prepare truly for their mission. And then the preparation will no
    • this process of preparation. The souls of the Northern peoples are,
    • to the possibility of a spiritual regeneration of humanity. Oswald
    • the soul. Without spiritual regeneration the people of Middle Europe
    • heartfelt thanks for your active and energetic co-operation. I assure
    • you that I mean it seriously when I say that separation in space is no
    • separation to those who know the reality of the spiritual bond between
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    • great size stands beside a brook. The generations inhabiting this
    • only find in rare hours the opportunity of nourishing the aspirations
    • way, with a fresh inspiration. Many, doubtless, who heard him then
    • his whole generation, towards whom he had been drawn when for
    • freely cultivate his spiritual aspirations; and it was intolerable
    • with the elaboration of this book there went on in his mind a perpetual
    • of Fichte as regards his intense concentration on the spiritual message
    • one generation succeed another like links in a chain. Even the best
    • freedom as it works from age to age in men's moral aspirations and
    • illustration in the following connection. When a University was to
    • to recreate it for future generations by the inspiring thought
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    • contemporaries want to have for their celebration of the approaching
    • preparations and celebrations of the Christmas festival which we see
    • decorations in preparation for the festival, and then seeing modern
    • Through the celebration of this festival the souls used to blossom
    • centuries the celebration of this festival awakened in the souls of
    • villages in recent decades. When the celebration of Christmas
    • candles are symbols! And just as Christmas is a preparation for
    • be a preparation for a great era for humanity, the era of the
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    • preparation in our age for a true occult development. Let those who
    • of tradition. He knew that what is handed on from generation to
    • generation in mankind is bound up with the woman nature; while
    • souls watch over the succeeding generations. For him it is a sublime
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    • moment we enter that realm without sufficient preparation, without
    • ourselves in preparation. Then when we stand before Lucifer he takes
    • preparations. People with a Buddhistic bias will least easily be able
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    • disintegration did not take place in us during our waking hours.
    • Western world will observe a quite definite configuration of the
    • was a good preparation for the mighty goal of human nature because in
    • ancient time mankind was best educated by the inspiration of great
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    • super-sensible illustrations so to say, are Imaginations. The
    • eleventh discourse. Here, after due preparation, the Krishna Being to
    • inspiration. In reality it is as if it were not merely sounding for
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    • our illustration about debt exists also in the universe. All
    • the regeneration of his organism as he sleeps. Now these forces are
    • regeneration of what is worn away in waking life. So we have in
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    • found. By the whole configuration of their mind and soul, however,
    • state wholly closed to us today, from which a kind of inspiration,
    • all the keenness of vision of Sankhya, and the deep penetration of
    • to show how different is the whole configuration of feeling and idea
    • differences do not come into consideration because we have the tamas
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    • separation of Arjuna's soul from it all is accomplished, so to say,
    • ego. He shows its separation from its environment. He explains soul
    • self-liberation, but here again, what then required the greatest
    • consciousness — through inspiration. In this way they could
    • configuration of things, casting off the whole of outer life like a
    • been to show in what spirit a true consideration of the spiritual
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    • thorough preparation. I must again emphasise, however, that anyone can
    • preparations for the path into the higher worlds involves the
    • There are now two possibilities. Either the preparation was good or it
    • confront us without our co-operation. In the higher worlds nothing
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    • illuminated through the exercises of meditation, concentration and
    • where, in fact, there is no separation between something that could be
    • ordinary life through the alteration of his perceptions and feelings.
    • be able to be a seer, while remaining as rational as anyone else in
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    • Soul, into that which constitutes human personality. Inspirations from
    • co-operation of the Sun and Moon, and to the shifting influences of
    • flowed the inspirations which were more distantly distributed in
    • cosmic space; and into the twelve Knights flowed the inspirations from
    • the twelve directions of the Zodiac. The inspirations which came from
    • in the soul a configuration which may be ever so fine intellectually
    • Hence we must try to penetrate with rational understanding into what
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    • aspirations, and the home of their soul. Today, we have knowledge of
    • inspiration.
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    • latter represent the degeneration of the higher races which have
    • common origin; the animals represent a degeneration of the one common
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    • ascending life of man, lies at the time of the separation of the
    • the separation of the sexes, a new, all-embracing element came to
    • — since the separation of the sexes. The Gods are nourished by
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    • degeneration, as a parasitic growth in the brain. This is not correct.
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    • Hindu philosophy. This is more than exaggeration; it is an actual
    • the intelligent, rational soul. It is the indestructible individuality
    • there is no separation of the etheric and physical bodies. In Western
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    • (3) Equilibrium of soul. There must be moderation in sorrow and in
    • may be employed in meditation and inner concentration. They are very
    • preparation, and is cast down.
    • reality experienced by the soul as a vibration emanating from the soul
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    • spoken of these mysteries with great awe and inspiration.
    • an epoch of concentration upon earthly efforts; he was to work towards
    • the amelioration of earthly existence, the development of intellect,
    • Transfiguration before Peter, James and John. The disciples see Him
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    • insanity. Insanity is nothing but an involuntary separation of these
    • inner will. The disciple brings about the separation by an act of
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    • touch. If sight is opened up for them by operation they see for the
    • process of separation is less distressing than in the case of suicide.
    • premature separation of the Spirit from the body. The astral world is
    • concentration of forces is necessary to raise him again. He is subject
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    • At the time of the separation of the sexes, the astral body of man
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    • start from a consideration of the state of sleep.
    • body to do this work of restoration by night and at the same time to
    • restoration of harmony it is no longer necessary for the astral body
    • from the physical body. Its vibrations are modulated and communicate a
    • beneath and its organs of generation above, turned towards the Sun.
    • transfiguration of the Earth.
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    • a poet who conceives a poem in one flash of inspiration, in creative,
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    • The germ of this sublime power of generation, cleansed of all element
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    • climax of a long cosmic preparation. After the night which separated
    • separation between the moon forces and the earthly forces. The
    • of the gradual separation of the three heavenly bodies that the
    • kingdom at the time of the separation of the sun, the animal when the
    • separation of the moon occurred. The pristine composition of these
    • recast their forces after their separation. The moon, during the time
    • appear. In fact, it was during this separation that man was able to
    • given us our red blood? During the separation of the earth and the
    • find the earth in the condition in which it was before the separation
    • of the moon. If one is able by means of concentration to attain a
    • separation, of discord, and of hate. It is here in the hell of Dante
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    • REDEMPTION AND LIBERATION
    • developed under the influence of the inspiration and action of the
    • Christ-Principle karma achieves its aim — the liberation of
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    • A new epoch commenced at the time of the migrations of the peoples
    • religion. Hence the separation between science and faith. Faith in the
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    • exercises of meditation and concentration, was achieved in a
    • exercises of meditation and concentration. I particularly
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    • of obliteration, when there is no one there to give one
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    • preparation. Our work here prepares the organs for a higher
    • the children unto so and so many generations does not hold
    • the transfiguration. It is, however, not in the John Gospel.
    • the transfiguration scene in all the evangelists except St.
    • Mount Tabor. What lies behind this declaration is something
    • these four together on the Mount of Transfiguration. There
    • transfiguration seen occultly. If somebody goes through the
    • transfiguration in this manner, if he has within himself the
    • evangelists, this scene is but a preparation for the deeper
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    • of Boehme's powerful inspirations.
    • a few who had undergone adequate preparation could be initiated. Why
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    • rooted in the physical body, as normally it is, its vibrations cannot
    • of death, the separation of these higher members has in fact been prepared
    • the physical body is only slight. But when the separation is as sudden
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    • considerations will give us the answer and we shall see how the changing
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    • — the etheric body goes through a liberation, just as the physical
    • with the vibrations of the etheric body. If any musical talent exists,
    • if they go to live in dark caves. Now suppose that in a later generation
    • whole species of animal may change over the generations, but with man
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    • the migration of the Huns and Mongols who poured from Asia into the
    • bodies of Europeans became infected and in later generations the infection
    • the children, even to the third and fourth generations. This does not
    • affecting whole generations. We have to take the saying literally, as
    • not only will the moral life of subsequent generations be improved,
    • picture of the world could restore to coming generations a tendency
    • to be found in a family of musicians, and is passed on from one generation
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    • period has always been called Pralaya, and the period of incorporation,
    • the Moon-existence. During the third Round the separation of Sun and
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture X: Progress of Mankind Up To Atlantean Times
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    • matter began to become harder and more solid. Shortly before the separation
    • of Earth and Moon denser deposits had been formed, and after the separation
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    • when they are in motion and take hold of an object. The vibrations caused
    • exercises of meditation and concentration at a chosen time every morning.
    • result of the separation I have been talking about, the physical body,
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    • consideration if you are entering on a path of occult development.
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    • habit of self-admiration by a particular method which can be practised
    • needs to be supplemented by careful deliberation. Every quality has
    • of preparation. True, the higher animals are warm-blooded, but they
    • The occultist is able to investigate this layer by pure concentration.
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    • is a healthful cooperation possible. One must not want to heal with
    • this is realized, the better their cooperation will be, with
    • can have knowledge of the general procedure for a foot operation, but
    • operation. And this holds true for all medical matters. Above all,
    • the spiritual world. Your alteration of someone's condition of
    • through this penetration into the state of consciousness, even though
    • activities in polarity: therapeutic activity and the celebration of
    • process. In the celebration of the sacraments life is made a helper
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    • could be called a proper saturation of the physical body by the
    • alteration. Such things can happen. And so these people have two
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    • to a meager intake of oxygen and a strong saturation of carbon
    • Raimund would have been saved. At that time the operation was not
    • character in this way, we come inevitably to a consideration of
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    • sun activity with the human inner world, the loving penetration of
    • collaboration of sun, moon, and stars. If we as therapists want to
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    • that the etheric body is lacking proper penetration by the astral
    • aberration. The physician should see clearly that materialism is a
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    • also gives one inspiration for what one has to do in detail.
    • it, something in the universe that is completely irrational.
    • irrational. Something can appear in the life of the universe that
    • latter has not attained the rank of a rational science;
    • and thereby have a macrocosm to live in that is rational throughout,
    • rationality and Sophia-wisdom meteoronomy, meteorology, and
    • arithmetic, all the thinking, all that can be calculated rationally
    • Then inspiration
    • itself follow from inspiration and we come to Sophia. But this is a
    • anthropology. There you just have rationality, nothing more. But
    • rationality is not alive. It describes only the traces, the
    • details. Yet life really consists of details and of the irrational
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    • pathological condition — an aberration of the soul-spiritual
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    • is a healthful cooperation possible. One must not want to heal with
    • this is realized, the better their cooperation will be, with
    • can have knowledge of the general procedure for a foot operation, but
    • operation. And this holds true for all medical matters. Above all,
    • the spiritual world. Your alteration of someone's condition of
    • through this penetration into the state of consciousness, even though
    • activities in polarity: therapeutic activity and the celebration of
    • process. In the celebration of the sacraments life is made a helper
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    • could be called a proper saturation of the physical body by the
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    • to a meager intake of oxygen and a strong saturation of carbon
    • Raimund would have been saved. At that time the operation was not
    • character in this way, we come inevitably to a consideration of
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    • sun activity with the human inner world, the loving penetration of
    • collaboration of sun, moon, and stars. If we as therapists want to
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    • that the etheric body is lacking proper penetration by the astral
    • aberration. The physician should see clearly that materialism is a
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    • also gives one inspiration for what one has to do in detail.
    • it, something in the universe that is completely irrational.
    • irrational. Something can appear in the life of the universe that
    • latter has not attained the rank of a rational science; it is more or
    • and thereby have a macrocosm to live in that is rational throughout,
    • rationality and Sophia-wisdom meteoronomy, meteorology, and
    • arithmetic, all the thinking, all that can be calculated rationally
    • Then inspiration
    • itself follow from inspiration and we come to Sophia. But this is a
    • anthropology. There you just have rationality, nothing more. But
    • rationality is not alive. It describes only the traces, the
    • details. Yet life really consists of details and of the irrational
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    • pathological condition — an aberration of the soul-spiritual
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    • existence if we think of it as an interweaving, an interpenetration,
    • elements. During the Moon existence there takes place this separation
    • the actual moment when the separation into two had just taken place.
    • separation of sun and earth, and picture it to ourselves in thoughts
    • through by their intention to direct their whole operation towards
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    • mutual interpenetration of the elements warmth, air and water —
    • interpenetration which we have tried to picture to ourselves is thr
    • consideration something else. We must once more turn our attention to
    • the eggs beneath her. (I know it is a crude illustration, but it does
    • know that at that time there was no separation of what we today call
    • evolution, and the Sun condition; with the separation of the sun, of
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    • earlier stage of evolution. I must keep on using the illustration of
    • yet no separation of the part which later became the earth. What
    • etheric bodies. For consciousness to arise, a separation or fission
    • separation between sun and earth elements. The animal nature first
    • cosmic musing there then came to pass a separation of gaseous from
    • compounded of the three elementary states, a separation came about,
    • musing the Elohim brought it about that a separation took place in
    • of saying that a separation has been brought about between the two
    • word in Genesis which expresses this process of separation must! be
    • phenomenal sense — it simply means the separation of two
    • separation constitutes what comes to pass on the third
    • light and of air from without, of the separation of water from solid.
    • separation of the moon) had to take place before evolution could
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    • we shall say that in the Sun there is an interpenetration of warmth,
    • clear that if we take into consideration only these elementary
    • upward of part of it, and the concentration downward of the other
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    • illustration, pointing out that not only are some schoolboys
    • with its fantastic nonsense about ether vibrations and so on, is
    • we can see from an illustration borrowed from everyday life. The
    • Saturnian operation on our bodies had to be a constructive one. The
    • co-operation, of Sun Beings and Saturn Beings, of light and darkness.
    • to be a separation, a cleavage. Thus it was not until the Moon
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    • that we can make a clear separation between these spheres, that we
    • co-operation of the Elohim with the Thrones. In the element of air,
    • work to make preparation for man. But they must also have been aware
    • of how such a thing could happen. Let us start with an illustration
    • this concentration signifies an advance to a higher level. We can
    • inspiration rests upon our confidence that there is something in the
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    • inspirations from outside. That is the greatest error into which one
    • cosmic system. During the Moon evolution, there was no separation
    • evolution were only able to come about through the separation of the
    • modern physics. Such a separation of elementary conditions comes
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    • complexes, what part of man is in course of preparation? It is what
    • imagines, could not even be accepted by superficial ratiocination if
    • even the vibrations of heat are physical. If you come into a space
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    • moments in this evolution. The first was the separation of the sun
    • number of Beings transfer the scene of their operations to a
    • separation, the earth still had within it all the substances and
    • it were. One result was that, after the separation of the sun from
    • during the time between the separation of the sun and that of the
    • was completely covered with volumes of watery mist. The separation
    • physical bodies which were in course of preparation were propagated
    • we call the separation of the moon. Had a man been living on the
    • influences too. After the separation of the sun, everything on earth,
    • earth were brought about after the separation of the moon. The
    • awestruck veneration in face of the revelations uttered in the Bible
    • the regions whence their inspiration descended, into the realm of the
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    • ready to separate. Then follows the separation, and during its course
    • until far on into the Lemurian age, right up to the separation of the
    • separation, and its activity from without, as associated with that
    • body. How did it come about? This differentiation, this separation into
    • later. Without the preparation which Spiritual Science gives, what
    • follow are the descendants, the subsequent generations, of the
    • the generations of the heavens and of the earth when they were
    • which means “subsequent generations”;
    • which tells of the subsequent generations of Noah. Thus here it is
    • generations, of the heavenly Beings, in the same way as there it
    • generations (the word used there is the very same as in the
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    • physical earthly life for just so long as the duration of the span of
    • It is like a declaration that Christianity cannot possibly be
    • of Golgotha did bring about an absolute separation of one phase in the
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    • were held concerning the social order, the configuration of life that
    • this configuration of the social life was regulated by the Mysteries,
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    • it is a fact that with the concentration on this picture of the
    • making the right preparation for the mood of Easter — which can,
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    • knowledge through Inspiration, finally becomes Intuition.
    • Transubstantiation, Communion, in the administration of the sacrament
    • course, a dim knowledge, a dream-knowledge, for degeneration has
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    • from the inspiration belonging to the world of saga and legend. For
    • rainbow-like colours. This homely illustration will help you to
    • inspiration, and the oldest inhabitants of the North were still
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    • Commandments as a preparation for His coming. Later, He appeared in
    • stands before him with all the disintegration and destruction of life
    • Can separation from what we love still be suffering? No! Souls
    • permeate ourselves with the Christ Impulse, permanent separation from
    • proceeded — from one who had remained unconvinced by narrations
    • To everyone who understood it, this symbol was an inspiration of how
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    • men in their bodily nature only as descending through the generations
    • the adoration of the Child by the Shepherds or by the Wise Men from
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    • of that genuine ego-consciousness which has been in preparation during
    • aberration, a departure from the normal. Through dream-pictures
    • tendencies it has during incorporation in a physical body — these
    • with the dead — notably in the religious veneration arising
    • slow preparation for it can be gathered from our second Mystery Play,
    • few centuries before. The event was then already in preparation; and
    • There have been, and will continue to be, frequent incorporations of
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    • May your vibrations waft
    • May your vibrations waft
    • between birth and death. But even a very little penetration into
    • goes as a main thread through all our considerations: the thought of
    • the same ratio as the short time between birth and death stands to the
    • to you from the many considerations which we have developed, that it
    • consideration, and leave out of account the fact that we are, of
    • rationally, but was not connected with the rest of his life. The
    • much into consideration. Really, if everything in this external life
    • am only saying this in illustration of the above — you will go
    • consideration, we again see that it must be a third. Thus do these
    • it were, in a state of preparation, whereas later we have ended the
    • twenty-eight, the rational or intellectual soul to the age of
    • death. In reality our whole life is a preparation for death, in so far
    • consideration. It must be experienced. For that is the very condition
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    • consideration for to-day I will merely say these few words concerning
    • considerations which we began to develop in our last lecture. Such
    • externally, without entering into esoteric considerations, regards the
    • configurations in the entire life of Europe. If we investigate but a
    • of the earlier configuration of the European World there has arisen a
    • connected with the whole later configuration of the European World
    • look, the configuration of the spiritual civilisation of all the
    • feeling of the Ego, but often a feeling of separation. That is because
    • backwards between death and rebirth. To use this rough illustration it
    • configuration of our life which we are able to regard as the right
    • incarnation. We shall continue these considerations in the next
  • Title: Forming of Destiny: Lecture 3: The Subconscious Strata of the Soul-Life and the Life of the Spirit After Premature Death
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    • Life. We wish to go further into these considerations; in order to do
    • following considerations.
    • consideration we have been able to gather that there is an inner
    • the rational or intellectual soul, and we in our time go through
    • the rational or intellectual or mind-soul, (*Mind-soul in the old
    • bed. A quicker separation from the physical body often takes place
    • things, an important question arises out of such considerations. He
    • consideration to the individual man), that force which would have been
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    • considerations pursued here in the last three lectures, we know that
    • course appear in many different forms, according to the preparation
    • always been laid by human communities on the celebration of All Souls
    • and rebirth. And while here on earth it is not very rational, to put
    • Although somewhat of an exaggeration, we may say when we become
    • world. We shall start our considerations next time from this point.
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    • our physical consciousness. Fundamentally all our considerations are
    • consideration, must be brought into connection with much that should
    • To-day I should like to add to our considerations a quite special
    • in reference to this point. I shall introduce into our considerations
    • processes of decay in himself, and this is a peculiar illustration of
    • And from the whole bearing of these considerations we can conclude:
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    • ends in death. We know from the considerations already put forward
    • as an illustration. Now that came in an unseemly way to a man who
    • Thus let us turn from the general consideration we have brought
    • strengthening that can come to us from these considerations —
    • Spirits ever watchful, Guardians of their souls! May your vibrations waft
    • May your vibrations waft
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    • separation set in. A part separated itself off, as though in a tube.
    • time a special grade of separation began. For the first time the
    • (Imagination). But it is only through mental vision (Inspiration) that
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    • blind. This was the result of their activity, of their migration into
    • astral body, which as vibrations has been worked into the etheric
    • bring about completion determines the duration of his sojourn in
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    • vibration. Further in we find three semicircular membranous canals
    • integration man would fall apart into the consciousness of his organs.
    • from one another, so, later, a complete separation into three parts
    • consciousness becomes, as Blavatsky says, rationalised. The process of
    • rationalisation is brought about during the ascent from animal to man.
    • not know the means whereby it can be achieved. Rationalised
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    • The mineral kingdom in its present state of separation only came into
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    • this is practised in ordinary life it is a preparation for work in the
    • the result of vibrations in the air, and each single sound arises from
    • a particular vibration. When you study what exists outside, outside
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    • What took place in the pre-Lemurian Age is a preparation. The human
    • himself, as preparation for the future human being, is the word,
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    • preparation for that time.
    • the disciples. The Transfiguration on the Mountain has also to be
    • spiritual culture, that of the Water-Man. Preparation has also to be
    • woman's movement is to be recognized as the preparation for another
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    • Now too we must work in preparation for the future. Just as the karmic
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    • generation. People's characteristics can be traced back as far as the
    • seventh generation of forefathers. After the seventh generation
    • heredity dies out. One reckons three generations to a century. The man
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    • consideration when it is a question of human development; the relevant
    • concentration and meditation on the thoughts of the Masters —
    • meditation and concentration he takes with him up to the Arupa Plane
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    • That also found expression in the configuration of the body. The
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    • ordering of the world. Alteration in the forms of the flora, fauna and
    • upon the external configuration of the earth? As with everything else
    • There man works on his own house in preparation for his next life. In
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    • us as devachanic sense organs for the devachanic world. As preparation
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    • such an occult training very little consideration was given to the
    • after his consciousness opened to it. It is the separation between
    • subject and object, or, as the Sanscrit writer says, the separation
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    • past deeds. In this same way man is now making preparation for what
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    • configuration of a future race. What we think works on even
    • Through merely observing we do not alter anything, but an alteration
    • The moment we act we bring about an alteration on the physical plane.
    • Behind these alterations however there lies also an alteration in the
    • the alteration which is called forth through our deeds is what takes
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    • The miraculous is nothing other than the penetration of a higher world
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    • The higher self is around us. If, in preparation for the future, we
    • consists in the separation of the etheric and physical bodies. The
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    • and Devachanic World in the life after death and the preparation for
    • alteration is always brought about on the physical plane.
    • take into consideration a revealed side, the phenomena, and a hidden
    • factors into consideration completely objectively, for truth cannot
    • has not yet been ennobled. The preparation for union with an
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    • select for special consideration the problem of death in its
    • separation of the sexes, which from that time on affect each other
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    • animal-like human forms. This brought about a degeneration of the
    • intermingling, deterioration set in. In this way the human being
    • deterioration of the Earth. The wholesale deterioration of the races
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    • Survey of Earth evolution III: The Fourth Earth Round. Separation of
    • Deep meaning lies in many other things. The separation of the Moon
    • place the separation of the Sun. Gold is condensed sunlight, hence the
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    • by so doing we actually cause a certain alteration in the body of the
    • alterations in other spheres of the elements and the forces of Nature
    • into definite vibrations intensified by definite movements of the
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    • the air, for we perceive only the oscillations, the vibrations of the
    • Through concentration on the interior of the brain, which developed
    • heart. Through concentration on a particular organ, corresponding
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    • mood of all these mediaeval peoples, one sees how the desperation of
    • to everyone without due consideration, for it would immediately bring
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    • with the separation of the Moon that this division is to be observed,
    • separation from the Earth that has brought it about that the power of
    • through consuming what was dead, preparation was made for what was to
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    • materialism. Preparation for a new civilisation the task of Central
    • earth serve his needs. The preparation of metals for such uses only
    • as now in the Theosophical Society a separation should once again take
    • carry into the human realm all that had been held in veneration in the
    • to be understood in the light of these great considerations.
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    • to say can we come closer to understanding these peculiar colorations
    • generations.
    • existence to existence, connects itself with the generational stream.
    • An illustration will make this seem less paradoxical. Consider a
    • dangers of aberration, one great, one small. One danger for the young
    • other temperament, the sanguine needs someone to admire. Admiration is
    • Francesco Redi, 1626-1697. Refuted spontaneous generation of living
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    • physical operations and surrenders them again to these physical
    • We come now to consideration of the individual activity of the spirit
    • elaboration we recognize the activity of the spirit, and in the way
    • An important consideration in the study of human life is that from
    • world. Admittedly, without demonstration, there is no absolute
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    • consideration of the spirit in man and in animal we shall have to
    • start from the concepts and ideas developed in our consideration of
    • nature which we need not take into consideration in the animal. This
    • which it is said. If we take this into consideration we shall say: We
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    • consideration of certain facts of spiritual history which today are
    • initiates, after they had undergone a long period of preparation
    • duration of the period. You have merely to wait until the right moment
    • consideration merely its physical aspect. By such means the intellect
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    • structure of the universe to illustrate them, an illustration only is
    • Moon-forces is that they instill into man the organic configuration
    • interpenetrate, but their concentrations stand at different places in
    • Therefore there must be a concentration of the Mars-forces in the
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    • structures, many configurations, of the cosmos — actually as many
    • the universe, it represents the concentration of those forces —
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    • given as an illustration. When we look at a rock-crystal, we can say,
    • all, these deliberations will in themselves have helped to throw light
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    • bear much that preparations for the performances demands. We must also
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    • gaze to post-Atlantean times, remembering the particular configuration
    • darkness of life. If at the outset of our considerations we ask what
    • preparation, on a different scale to any other preparation that takes
    • Such things must be taken into consideration if we would go into the
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    • higher worlds without much preparation and with the ordinary ideas and
    • when a separation between the concepts beautiful and true, in the one
    • attained, and the preparation for this stage of clairvoyance must
    • must be attained through due preparation; they are the fundamental
    • this being without sufficient preparation, everything must be veiled
    • he has completed the necessary preparation.
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    • exaggeration nor paradox but the literal truth to say that, of all
    • ourselves by meditation and concentration, by what is called in
    • ourselves, by previous meditation, concentration and so on, so that on
    • mercy or consideration, the really grievous faults one knows oneself
    • concentration and permeating oneself with moral impulses, one can
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    • life, as long as this form comes before you like an interpenetration
    • admiration when you let this mood work on you like an echo coming from
    • that fills the soul. I wanted to give this merely as an illustration
    • away from eternity to a state of independent concentration in the
    • longing for eternity, arises because of the penetration of our world
    • consideration, you will understand that what here finds expression is
    • concentration upon one point. For today, I should like just to say
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    • the Luciferic, the Ahrimanic, and so on. Our considerations yesterday
    • quite different comes into consideration. What men experience
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    • We were able to close our considerations yesterday by touching on the
    • unprejudiced penetration into higher worlds because this may sometimes
    • or preparation of the soul organism or other organisms, one does
    • through this separation in space our being together physically may be
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    • human being. The above is an exoteric consideration. Esoterically it
    • deeply into the consideration of what we may call the four inner
    • within it — then, at the moment of concentration [outside the
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    • our considerations to-day, the statement, ‘Out of God we are
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    • light and colour. With this comes Imagination, Inspiration, Intuition
    • allow Imagination, Inspiration, Intuition to enter; Lucifer otherwise
    • Ahriman's action prevents our using Imagination, Inspiration,
    • Imagination, Inspiration, Intuition is what we have gone through in
    • behind light, etc., there are material processes, vibrations of atoms
    • Imagination, and within this again is revealed Inspiration, and
    • Imagination, Inspiration and Intuition.
    • Inspiration and Intuition; these sink into us. When we investigate
    • Imagination, Inspiration, and Intuition were really to enter our
    • temptation of Lucifer. This Imagination, Inspiration, and Intuition
    • consciousness, and does not allow Imagination, Inspiration and
    • sends in his Imagination, Inspiration, and Intuition, and the
    • Imagination, Inspiration and Intuition within us and we should rise
    • Inspirations and Intuitions, you would then see through the physical
    • Inspirations, etc., which enter into us, we should spiritualise
    • exactly the same manner, and Imaginations, Inspirations and
    • Imaginations, Inspirations and Intuitions were not so entirely
    • the perceptions there were vibrations of material atoms, as our
    • is precisely through the restoration of what otherwise is killed and
    • preparation: he would prefer not to have any connections with the
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    • The preparation provided by the previous lectures was necessary
    • all circumstances. But taking into consideration the law of karma,
    • under consideration. Let us suppose that we confront some process or
    • thought to Meditation, Inspiration and Intuition, which becomes
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    • anyone if he realises that all the generations of the gods, all the
    • all that had come to him then a preparation for the experiences
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    • concerned with the administration of civil and criminal law.
    • indeed shows aberrations, many aberrations ... but these very
    • aberrations have a relation full of meaning to all that we experience
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    • more deeply into many of the things which our consideration of the
    • essential aim: true spiritual harmony, true spiritual collaboration.
    • social organism; then the operations of capital will be regulated
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    • teaching. In view of all the aberrations to which the Science of
    • experiment, or by conceptual elaboration of the results of
    • third way in which the scientist tries to get at the configuration of
    • fundamentally, is a rational description of Nature. Only for him
    • things purely in the mind, using the crutches of outer illustration
    • centimetre a second quicker every second, we know the ratio between
    • body which would be able to impart an acceleration of a centimetre
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    • quickly. We call the rate of increase of velocity the acceleration;
    • let us denote the acceleration by g. Now what will interest
    • through the prism of water and there is thus an interpenetration of
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    • rushing. When this vibration gets into our eye, we perceive it.
    • light is, once again, a vibration at right angles to the direction in
    • vibrations happens to be vibrating downward at the very moment when
    • the vibrations of infinitesimal particles, what we were explaining
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    • will ascertain that there is a connection between the vibrations
    • sound. For this field of phenomena it is quite patent: vibrations are
    • it again tomorrow — between the sounds and the vibrations of
    • through our organs of hearing. The vibrations of the air beat on our
    • vibration must be beating on the eye. But we soon see it cannot be
    • hypothetical ether with its vibrations beats upon our eye, a
    • that the different kinds of ether-vibrations are dispersed by the
    • prism; these different kinds of vibrations then appear to us as
    • Ether-vibrations are moving through space. They think they know what
    • light is in reality, — it is vibrations in the elastic ether.
    • vibrations of the elastic ether are really vibrations of
    • as vibrations in the elastic ether. In the last resort we shall get
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    • in the meantime as a kind of preparation. We are not advancing in
    • what may itself be described as an organism of vibrations, highly
    • is this inner organism of vibrations which in our ear we bring to
    • fashion. Namely they argued: If then there is this constant ratio
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    • resonance — sympathetic vibration. Leonardo da Vinci was
    • vibration, which accompany the note, differ with respect to notes
    • the wave, the oscillations or vibrations. Thus in the same period
    • connected with the number of vibrations arising in the medium in
    • experiences, — transforms the vibrations of the vibrating
    • the same proposition. Outside us are the vibrations; in us are the
    • effects of the vibrations — effects that are merely
    • these benches, are so many heaps of vibrations. If you deny to
    • upon me of the vibrations of your brain. To see through a thing
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    • pupils some kind of proof, some demonstration of the fact. We do it
    • impact of the chair. All this elaboration of the outer world
    • said, future generations would find it difficult to understand that
    • learned physicist of our time in peroration voices his ideal,
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    • It is as when, after an operation, a man hitherto blind finds around
    • trivial illustration will make this clear. Suppose we are looking at a
    • perceive what physics declares to be vibrations, movements, of which
    • with it. If a man were to play a part in this difficult operation of
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    • around it, were formed by a process of separation from the nebula
    • matter here. We will leave the other planets out of consideration
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    • that would evoke the intense feeling of shame; preparation for this is
    • beyond his power. What is being described here is simply a narration
    • his own inner self without preparation and being consumed by a feeling
    • co-operation there is between the Sun and these heavenly bodies is
    • the preparation that has been described — it is the opposite
    • as a man would be consumed by shame if, without preparation, he were
    • requisite preparation. Let us suppose that such a book is not read in
    • to one who has undergone due preparation and is making his way along
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    • etheric body, which is a faithful fighter against the disintegration
    • co-operation they stream into us during sleep. Furthermore, these
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    • his external bodily sheaths. What this means, and the preparation it
    • other considerations. The fundamental characteristic of spiritual life
    • beyond, many generations whom he felt to be his forefathers. For a
    • inherited from generation to generation. Now why is it that a man,
    • characteristics through a whole series of generations, as far back as
    • work through the whole series of generations until finally that
    • he was himself working in the spiritual world at the preparation of
    • encounters his earliest ancestor. The time is in the ratio of five to
    • epoch the configuration of the Earth was again different. Human
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    • Initiator. This preparation consisted in the imposition of rigorous
    • attribute the origin of the spiritual universe to the co-operation
    • Old Saturn comes into existence. Through the co-operation of other
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    • preceded by inner preparation, leading towards a mature realisation
    • Images. Then we shall proceed to describe the worlds of Inspiration
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    • plant but at the cost of a certain deterioration.
    • up. Now comes the second stage, the preparation for actual vision. The
    • form taken by the process of preparation is that anyone who has
    • Inspiration (Knowledge through Inspiration), this further stage, when
    • Intuition we glimpse the true configuration of the World of Spirit
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    • Inspiration and Intuitive Knowledge. If there were at his disposal
    • himself created. During the period of preparation, and through the
    • from one concept to another and after logical deliberation and
    • thinking serves merely as a preparation, as training. The validity of
    • A good preparation for such direct vision is a quality that must also
    • with the effort involved in the preparation for entry into the higher
    • taken into consideration.
    • similar holds good in the higher worlds. Preparation has been made but
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    • faculties but puts them into operation only when he wishes to carry
    • prevent mistakes being made so easily; the most careful preparation
    • suffered a kind of obscuration of the memory and having then acquired
    • importance through ordinary ratiocinative thinking, for it is not
    • illustration of a rotating drop of oil. We, however, have a conception
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    • withdrawn, we cannot but realise that the plant is an illustration of
    • illustration, of a being which consists only of physical and etheric
    • any co-operation on his part.
    • feelings and the configuration of thoughts are carried into the sounds
    • individuality. Intervention in the breathing process means penetration
    • aspiration for a spiritual ideal today feel the urge to come together.
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    • necessary practice, and it is also good preparation for the
    • preparation to achieve reciting a poem with all its shades of
    • illustration. Imagine a person living in a semi-sleeping state
    • develops and gradually acquires its proper configuration the
    • separation and limitation that it evolves the power of
    • in the course of human generations as a result of heredity. The
    • really only a preparation. Everything else has to be waited
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    • consideration the unconscious phenomena in human soul
    • moment of going to sleep, does not fit into the configuration
    • then it belongs to the kind of preparation of the soul that I
    • outline. But it is just a consideration of the border
    • configuration of present day spiritual and cultural life,
    • particular configuration at a certain time. But there is,
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    • other things without preparation. Today every educated person
    • there had not been sufficient preparation.
    • preparation, knowledge which today is the common
    • after difficult preparation is now given to us in the
    • allowed to cross after long preparation. But we have also to
    • preparation. So now we have to prepare ourselves for something
    • technical sense, concentration on certain spheres of
    • concentration, when we want to become scientists of the spirit.
    • this continual concentration on particular images can lead to
    • through this that we acquire a rational therapy. In this way
    • that on the contrary it is quite rational in its inner,
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    • are to speak, in the first place, of that realm of man's aspiration
    • concentration and contemplation, through strengthening his life of
    • of meditation just described, which leads to the liberation of inner
    • words based upon ordinary human considerations that I have tried to
    • objective considerations. It is necessary to affirm repeatedly
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    • from the evolution of humanity, as coming into consideration only
    • during its duration of three or thirty-three years; we must remember
    • Greco-Latin civilisation-epoch, and remind ourselves that preparation
    • to take sunlight and moonlight as an illustration. What is sunlight,
    • the whole period before the Mystery of Golgotha was only a time of preparation
    • to the earth, through his inspiration, man could gradually begin to
    • much soul-force was received unconsciously through inspiration.
    • inspiration of Michael came to an end shortly after the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • comprehensible. This accounts for the divergent inspirations of
    • Michael himself but bear the same relation to his inspirations as do
    • now, in our own age, is there again such an influence, a direct inspiration
    • from Michael. Preparation for this direct inspiration from Michael has
    • Archangel nearest to Michael who gave mankind the inspiration that
    • This natural science is not attributable to the inspiration of
    • of this scientific inspiration is to create a science, a
    • the ancient Hebrews, times which were a direct preparation for the
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    • field of spiritual science. At the outset of our considerations I
    • together in true social cooperation, in mutual give and take, then
    • church administration. The pope, they thought, should be subordinated
    • peaceful cooperation, to the worship and recognition of the one
    • lead us in our exploration of the world become lame, become as
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    • soul configuration and mood, there is no basic difference between the
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    • determine this moment of separation precisely. It occurred when all
    • immense transformation in soul configuration that occurred as the old
    • forgotten that originally he received mathematics as an inspiration
    • manifests itself in disintegration, in atomization, in reduction to
    • differentiation really implies annihilation, while integration is the
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    • can picture these vibrations in the air that emanate from a
    • quality of sound, a secondary quality, only arises when the vibration
    • vibration out in space translated itself into form and movement, and
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    • consideration. AS far as he was concerned, they arose in total
    • qualities, vibrations that were formed in a certain way, but no
    • really does not take into consideration that these secondary
    • air vibrations, just as color is connected with certain processes in
    • theory) works into us through vibrations along our nerves; how the
    • consideration. He had an intense feeling for man as a whole. This is
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    • with yesterday's considerations concerning the inability of the
    • certain disintegration of the organism. This in turn tears the
    • about the human being. Through separation from the physical body,
    • through separation of nature's phenomena from man's
    • existence along with this separation of certain processes of nature
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    • dealing with in this direction if we include in our considerations
    • extraordinary penetration into the essence of the world, but he
    • down through the generations. What was the situation of a person like
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    • understand this by a simple illustration. If you watch a moving
    • attained through cooperation, through people working together. So
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    • considerations which have been overlooked owing to exclusive attention
    • with the facts. They cannot be. When we turn our rationalistic thought
    • our considerations now wearing a scientific aspect. I have often said:
    • from a general consideration of the senses. But you find everywhere
    • consideration of heat has been plunged into a chaos of theoretical
    • considerations. In the 19th century the mechanical theory
    • you in an introductory way. From this consideration you can see that
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    • the fraction giving the ratio of the
    • under consideration. Physicists have called
    • ratio. It is a fraction. The expansion is relatively very small as
    • can we find a firm standpoint for our consideration of these things.
    • configuration, their inner arrangement and substance were principally
    • their expansion and in their whole configuration fell under the laws
    • be placed within the body itself. It was necessary to rationalize and
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    • this way. And now I would ask you to make the following consideration
    • of these things with me. We make this consideration in order to bring
    • surface. This consideration leads to a view of the dimensionality of
    • thought-out elaborations to the facts. For atoms and molecules are
    • consideration shows this. But we have seen that the heat condition in
    • hypotheses. It is significant that his considerations led him to a
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    • You will perhaps have noticed that in our considerations here, we are
    • gas and the pressure exerted on it have an inverse ratio to each
    • heat. And now, since our considerations are to be thought of as a
    • increases, that is with changes in space and with alterations of
    • consideration of heat. I have to speak repeatedly in detail of these
    • is left out of consideration. We saw yesterday that there is a good
    • stay in our ordinary space. A simple consideration, dealing it is true
    • as those put forth in our considerations here. Then what is
    • to avoid for you the consideration of these elementary things of the
    • consideration, we will have to give up attaining any clarity in this
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    • the wave number of sound vibrations. Naturally I do not refer to this
    • operations. This is what makes them seem so certain to us. What is not
    • use the intuitive faculties rather than the rational when we relate
    • Yesterday, by way of illustration, I said to you: “I go into a
    • kinematics and what enters into our consideration as mechanical, such
    • and space. We speak of time and space, let us say, out of our rational
    • inspirational ideas, he becomes able really to observe the parallel
    • possibility of a deeper penetration into material processes. This is
    • obliged to extend our considerations not only to what actually lies
    • we become involved in nothing less than astronomical considerations.
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    • transformations and movements of energy and of its separation into
    • these latter act in liquids before evaporation has had time to take
    • that at the moment of evaporation the formation of liquid surface
    • phenomenon of the melting of a solid or the evaporation of a liquid.
    • here a rational leading to a physical view by which we can finally
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    • considerations.) I must look for something else there in the X region,
    • evaporation of matter means a becoming similar of this matter to heat.
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    • is so we will seek in our further considerations.) Yesterday in our
    • correctly from this that the process involved in the coloration of
    • through the interpenetration of the two realms. Furthermore we can
    • do with an interpenetration of different realms which we have simply
    • interpenetration of different realms.
    • identified with the air vibrations, then one is naturally led to
    • consider light merely as ether vibrations. A person thus passes from
    • open one so long as I limit my consideration to the special spectrum
    • this returning and interpenetration in these world-processes. You will
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    • with our considerations. When we study the nature of heat we can do so
    • thermometer can then be used to demonstrate the concentration by the
    • brings us to an enormously important consideration. What must we place
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    • concepts real, that there is a mutual interpenetration of actual
    • such a case one leaves space entirely. This sort of consideration of
    • consideration of the facts.
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    • seek to apply the answer to this question to our consideration of
    • Now we have to take up another consideration of Fourrier's to draw
    • 20th century. So far I have taken into consideration only
    • my considerations in some way. I must bring in the differences that
    • To do this, I employ the differential ratio
    • Now if you carry your considerations further, you may make the
    • meets one in the consideration of super-imaginary numbers also meets
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    • realms of light and chemical action. From our considerations taken in
    • that the gaseous body manifests in its material configuration, what is
    • light by corresponding changes in its material configuration. When the
    • alteration shows on the photograph. If I were accustomed always to sit
    • relationships is not changed by alterations that go on in the room. In
    • entities, these considerations of ours are limited in their meaning by
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    • consideration in connection with heat and the matter related to it.
    • must keep before our eyes an interpenetration, and with this
    • interpenetration, a kind of mutual binding of chemical effects and the
    • consideration of fluids and their boundary surfaces we are obliged to
    • gravity and the energies of configuration, to borrow a term from
    • represented in their configuration by a line or plane tangential to
    • For instance, it would not be possible for us to have a separations of
    • meets us in that particular force-configuration ordinarily sought for
    • theoretical inner configurations. What the stars, like giants, do in
    • teach in them, something whose inner configuration represents an
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    • based on Inspiration, and religion based on Intuition. This is followed
    • on that preparation which is in his ‘spiritual organs’. If
    • preparation of vision. And when vision begins, science must already
    • to take into consideration also the internal life of the
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    • based on Inspiration, and religion based on Intuition. This is followed
    • the incorporation of the human physical organism in its course.
    • themselves by inspiration. We attain true intuition, a union
    • the rhythmic processes for their own regeneration. In a waking
    • Cosmology by inspiration, and of the religious life through intuition.
    • and Inspiration and Intuition themselves, becomes abstract thought
    • clairvoyance in Imagination, Inspiration and Intuition; and this
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    • based on Inspiration, and religion based on Intuition. This is followed
    • about by the concentration of all the powers of the soul on a
    • and deliberation. For only then, when it is thoroughly imbued with
    • Through the exercise of ‘Inspiration’ a new capacity is
    • condition of ‘Inspiration’. We live an inner life in the
    • what we experience in Inspiration to something we experience in
    • experienced through inspiration remains completely shut out from the
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    • based on Inspiration, and religion based on Intuition. This is followed
    • In continuing these exercises of inspiration it becomes clear that the
    • through a higher inspiration a picture of the psychic-spiritual nature
    • certain sense through exercises for this inspiration. We are not, it
    • when an old dream-like Imagination, Inspiration and Intuition still
    • material of pure intellectual, logical or dialectic demonstration.
    • with these ideas existed. Therefore this ‘rational Cosmology’
    • get also a ‘rational Theology’ from this ordinary
    • traditional ideas suffered the same fate as ‘rational
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    • based on Inspiration, and religion based on Intuition. This is followed
    • described in the foregoing considerations, can give such a definition.
    • Imagination, Inspiration and Intuition. They do not appear in the
    • ‘Imagination, Inspiration and Intuition’ lift up that which
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    • based on Inspiration, and religion based on Intuition. This is followed
    • filled with the collaboration of these spiritual cosmic powers with
    • is now changed into a real ‘inspiration’, in which his
    • remaining to her, from her collaboration in the human Universe she
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    • based on Inspiration, and religion based on Intuition. This is followed
    • followers in such a way that they saw in their considerations of
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    • based on Inspiration, and religion based on Intuition. This is followed
    • A new element enters the consciousness with inspiration. In order to
    • attain inspiration the individual human life must be abstracted, as
    • consideration of the mysteries of Christianity.
    • ‘Duration’. But he did not proceed beyond this point.
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    • based on Inspiration, and religion based on Intuition. This is followed
    • cosmic consciousness is formed after the separation from the etheric
    • It is the consciousness of this world through ‘Inspiration’
    • inspiration into cosmological science Christ's deed for humanity even
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    • based on Inspiration, and religion based on Intuition. This is followed
    • Imagination, Inspiration and Intuition. The demand for such a medical
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    • to make actual preparation for the influx of this wisdom into humanity
    • were aware of this starting point of preparation in Europe. The first
    • promulgating the primeval wisdom was to continue, but preparation was to
    • understanding would be made by rationalistic thought and he realized
    • They were obliged to make their preparations with this in view and hence
    • means the elaboration and later manifestation of the new.
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    • and we cannot struggle against the occult world with moral considerations.
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    • approximately that of the duration of this panorama. The retrospect
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    • a token, an impulse of will, to make reparation for what hinders its
    • of a new man. This operation takes a long time; today we will speak
    • the earthly and what comes from the spiritual world. Of this incorporation
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    • temporarily ineradicable impulse that reparation must he made for this.
    • Time factors come into consideration only insofar as the earthly
    • hear presently that in earlier times, before the separation of the sexes,
    • originates from the female element. Only through the separation of the
    • into consideration and carefully formulated until the time of the change
    • through the narration of the history of representative men and through
    • (or spiritual) soul in periods each of seven years duration. Hence it
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture VI: The Configuration and Metamorphoses of Man's Physical Body
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    • beings concealed behind it. There you have a demonstration of a still
    • but that this was only in preparation. All that was present was purely
    • the status of a plant. There is life in him. Through the integration
    • When the separation of the Sun takes place, warmth and light go with
    • what this means I will give an illustration. Think of a metal plate
    • configuration of the sound. The “water” on the Old Moon
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture VII: Evolutionary Stages of our Earth before the Lemurian Epoch
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    • of the Sun from outside. After the separation, the three kingdoms on
    • Old Moon proceeded by the following stages: firstly, a kind of preparation;
    • secondly, separation into Sun and Moon; thirdly, formation of three
    • cosmic sleep. This first configuration of the earth was, of course,
    • quite different from its configuration today. When the earth emerged
    • in size, for again sun and moon were contained within it; the separations
    • really explained by this external illustration. No cosmic system comes
    • the separation, when sun, earth and moon were still united. They created
    • separated from it. After the separation of the sun, the earth cast out
    • from the sun after the latter's separation from the earth, formed the
    • extensive spread of alcoholism, for example, successive generations
    • an amelioration of the bodies of men, again took place. The period just
    • separation of the moon during the physical embodiment of the earth.
    • was essential. The separation of sun and moon from the earth was necessary;
    • separation of the moon. It was in the middle of the Lemurian epoch that
    • connected with this. During and after the separation of the moon, the
    • the separation of the moon was taking place, when the earth was
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    • the deterioration and premature densification of man's astral body;
    • later on; there was as yet no such drastic separation between the laws of
    • to be found today in certain lunatics who on account of the liberation
    • through the cooperation of the elements and man. But now the ahrimanic
    • other, to the Europe, Asia and Africa of today. These great migrations
    • able to make preparation for intelligence, for the power of judgment.
    • great migration, everything that had come into existence in Atlantis
    • a worthy goal of aspiration; that world alone was permeated by the highest
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture IX: Man's Experience after Death
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    • more separation.
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    • lives according to external, physical considerations but rather on a
    • that is designated by the now complete penetration of the ego into man's
    • exercises of meditation, concentration, and other indications. In his
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    • with its veneration of the Bull in the Egyptian Apis cult, the
    • finally dissolves into a veneration of an abstract ideal that is
    • of mankind, to whom mankind will look in gratitude and veneration. The
  • Title: Signs and Symbols: Lecture 2: The Christmas Festival as a Symbol of the Sun Victory
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    • clearly pertinent understanding of all the preparations now being made
    • the Infinite and Imperishable in the world. The preparations being
    • into the gyrations of her dance she lifts us, whirling and swirling us
    • shall restrict our considerations today to those marvelous fire
    • What was the nature of their celebration? They celebrated the end of
    • consideration and not take what I say as mere fantasy.
    • filled with admiration for nature with its soul, the sun, in
    • When we have connected our considerations with the Goethean words,
    • Therefore, these festivals are celebrations of the great ideals. The
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    • present considerations.
    • celebration of Christmas is old. The festival at Christmas time was
    • to participate in the entire celebration, but were permitted to
    • The celebration of Christmas is the festival of the Sacred Night,
    • In his preparation, the pupil was told that the one who really wished
    • Those who were still unable to participate in this celebration were
    • midnight hour on the Night of Consecration.
    • Night of Consecration, this moment was thus represented in the
    • born on the Night of Consecration about the time of deepest darkness
    • This Sun Hero, this higher man, was born in the Night of Consecration.
    • It symbolizes the earth that is born on the Night of Consecration,
    • This shall resound from the Christmas celebration, and the spiritual
  • Title: Lecture 1: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • nature. As guardians they carry the seed from one generation of plants
    • four classes. The living cooperation of these nature-spirits is the
    • exercises which consist of meditation, concentration, and so on, and
    • meditation, concentration, or other esoteric exercises is to be
    • change and repetitions in time — the alterations in space of the
  • Title: Lecture 3: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • separation between the different principles of their being, they
    • inspirations and which grows and thrives only within the soul itself.
    • inspiration. Only as a rule, people do not notice that inspiration
  • Title: Lecture 4: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • considerations to-day, and must therefore link them to what has
    • separation, perceived in such a way that occult perception hears
    • appears to us lifeless. What lives comes into consideration, but what
    • it grows. This change, this alteration of form, this metamorphosis,
    • occult education is carried on in this most rational way in this realm
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    • a consideration of the Spirits of Form, it will give us an idea of how
    • made evident by our previous considerations. They themselves determine
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    • through a cooperation of a duality in the hierarchies — in the
    • with the occult, esoteric, mystical consideration, to seek a way from
    • consideration if, from the point of view of occultism, we further
    • consideration the fact that when we have before us a piece of
    • which the astral body, in cooperation with the etheric body, does not
    • share in its formation or inner configuration. We can only picture the
    • consideration the occult forces at work in those forms; then,
    • astral body, where only the etheric body works, in cooperation with
    • logical or more rational sort. The actual power of conviction of the
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    • We must go into these considerations, for only by so doing shall we
    • arithmetical method, a quite new concept from the cooperation of your
    • definite idea of what an inspiration really is, when we know things
    • from inspiration, only one must go back to their original text. Even
    • Let us proceed to the consideration of the kingdoms of nature,
  • Title: Lecture 9: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • comprehension of the living cooperation of the beings of the various
    • operation upon the planets of our system; so that they do not, for
    • cooperation with the actual group-egos, and these group-egos work in
    • Spirits of Wisdom. According to the whole spirit of our considerations
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    • the cooperation of the spirits of the various hierarchies in the
    • proceeds from the mode of operation of the Spirits of Form or their
    • yesterday, he need make no other preparation with regard to his soul
    • Venus, copper. With regard to Mercury we must take into consideration
    • In the whole sense of our past considerations it will be clear, that
    • Wisdom come into consideration. What thus works in the mineral is seen
    • to work in cooperation so that the equilibrium might be
    • is in reality to be ascribed to the cooperation of the Spirits of the
    • a phenomenon such as our earth moon, many preparations had to be made
    • consideration and studied. This was only an, example to show that in
    • rays from without inwards. And since various modes of operation come
    • manner. Now through the cooperation of what comes from the planets for
    • possibility of formation only through the cooperation of the opposing
    • expression of a truth. The presentation given from inspiration by
    • complicated cooperation of the beings of the various hierarchies, and
    • mighty operations of the hierarchies in cosmic space to gain a little
    • consideration of earthly things, and contemplate the worlds of spirit
    • the Anthroposophical ideal of a tolerant and unbiased consideration of
    • spiritually from cosmic space. Through such a positive consideration
    • to point to the moral effects of such considerations, if we take the
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    • recount the generations, or what proceeds from heaven and earth,” and
    • generations — or descendants — of Adam.” The same word is
    • works into your body and hence affects the coming generations. I am of
    • generation, and the bodies of your people will prosper.
    • into man as we now know him was the incorporation on earth of his ego.
    • Since a folk was reckoned as having a thousand generations, the
    • thousandth generation’.” If, however, the ego is not understood
    • your body and thus affects the coming generations. I am of divine
    • live on as you unto the thousandth generation, and the bodies of your
    • themselves through property from generation to generation, live from
    • one generation to the next, that they heighten the ego power, and that
    • understood Christianity, of the impulses that served as a preparation
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    • rigorous preparation in the mysteries could he turn again toward the
    • being — the physical and etheric bodies, the sentient, rational and
    • The next member is the rational soul. In the sentient soul the ego is
    • in dull slumber; it only awakens in the rational soul. Because the ego
    • developed himself in his rational soul, he can perceive the person
    • It is only the rational soul that can fill itself with what flows from
    • penetration of the divine spiritual world into the physical sense
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    • humanity. This is one consideration which shows us what strong
    • At that time there took place the separation of man from the good
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    • considerations culminated, I would like to say that out of them the
    • initiation there belongs a certain preparation, as should be
    • men, birth and death do not come into consideration. Lucifer also does
    • Greeks did not prize this incorporation into Osiris; they were more
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    • the configuration and the reign on the physical plane. Nothing
    • flooding Christian life, the entire declaration of belief of
  • Title: Lecture: Waking of the Human Soul and the Forming of Destiny: Lecture I
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    • we could not pour forth in the coarser vibration of the air, which
    • manifest speech, the ether vibrations of thought? That our rhythmic
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    • course of preparation for a long time very gradually beforehand. Such
    • things do not occur all at once but pass through a preparation, pass
    • preparation for a new understanding of the Christ and of the Mystery
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    • The Younger Generation
    • lectures Steiner shows the spiritual reality behind the generation gap
    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • yourselves in accord with what an older generation has to say to the
    • generations. But all that was said then by poets and others about
    • considered today. Today the younger and the older generation speak
    • extent than is realized. It attaches no blame to an older generation
    • thought belonging to the older generation — one of their
    • respects worthy of admiration. We were taken round by a friend who is
    • the former generation and had become old. First they discarded the
    • generation. This older generation expressed itself in words; you
    • to you in this older generation. Men passed each other by. And in
    • this older generation there also presented itself the impotence of
    • community of life, so long as the heritage from earlier generations
    • we shall see tomorrow, my dear friends, how the new generation has
    • Then came the younger generation; they felt cramped; they felt that
    • the shutters which the older generation had closed so tightly must be
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    • lectures Steiner shows the spiritual reality behind the generation gap
    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
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    • lectures Steiner shows the spiritual reality behind the generation gap
    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • preparation. I have often witnessed how people prepare themselves for
    • these words: “There are such beautiful vibrations in this
    • of vibrations — in other words, materialistically.
    • sensation coming from spiritual “vibrations” and have
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • as the human corpse can be treated with preparations that preserve
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • considering another aspect. You see, as a preparation for
    • then Inspiration, and lastly Intuition. In the moral world it is
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    • lectures Steiner shows the spiritual reality behind the generation gap
    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • older towards the younger generation must assume a different
    • looks at his epoch, he should not only bear in mind the generation
    • the older generation that has, in the way I have described, carried
    • generation towards the coming generation, to the generation which
    • the coming generation will not have what the present age has given to
    • the younger generation through opposition towards their elders,
    • pedagogics of the future to the growing generation by teachers and
    • as a member of the older generation, this confidence is transformed
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    • lectures Steiner shows the spiritual reality behind the generation gap
    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • The generation which at the beginning of the twentieth century
    • generation was quite new upon the scene in human evolution. But this
    • which must receive more careful consideration if we want to
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    • lectures Steiner shows the spiritual reality behind the generation gap
    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • with the various migrations from the North to the South. These
    • every possible trend was working within them. Yet in the migrations
    • is characteristic of the generation growing up about the turn of the
    • should ask the older generations: Can we discover the Spiritual in
    • younger generation. True, only a few philosophers actually said: We
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • teachers, educators, and the younger generation. If this is not
    • separation is not really possible. The endeavour to keep the teaching
    • a mere revolt against the older generation, for then it becomes like
    • generation, when truth first appears in the garb of beauty. In this
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    • lectures Steiner shows the spiritual reality behind the generation gap
    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • generations. For this relationship, my dear friends, can never
    • maturity nor his experience comes into consideration; they only do so
    • especially with Inspiration, we can look back much further into human
    • Mystery of Golgotha, that the young had a natural veneration for
    • order to understand youth in its relation to the older generation we
    • future, which must be received by each generation into itself, must
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • human being. But it is also the preparation for the vocation of
    • they have understood nothing whatever. Thus the configuration of soul
    • their knowledge. With this we must reckon if in preparation for man's
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • It is not placed upon the head. It is bestowed by a concentration of
    • growth and configuration of plants, the growth and configuration of
    • configuration of souls was in that more ancient age.
    • was already a clearly established separation between the body and the
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • the last third of the nineteenth century, the older generation felt
    • lead to progress and bring peace between the generations, in what can
    • the older generation dangled the dragon in front of youth, they fled
    • goal when instead of being offered the dragon, the younger generation
    • itself by older and younger generations having something to say to
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture I: The Power and Mission of Michael
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    • considerations, we must say that the Spiritsof Form have reached the
    • as the second idea, important to our further considerations. The world
    • consideration. While human beings believe they are dealing with the
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    • considerations. It is imperative for a sound development of the
    • the prophetic inspirations through which they received knowledge which
    • inspiration; it is of purely Ahrimanic character. To the obscuring of
    • The time of preparation has passed. Michael himself, in the
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    • us now progress in our considerations to a sphere of practical import
    • well-ordered conglomeration of particles of matter but that he is a
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    • IN PURSUANCE of the considerations I placed before you in the lectures
    • preparation for this Mystery of Golgotha. This uniform trend is
    • today. Historical considerations can no longer see these things in
    • their proper light, for our historical considerations do not reach
    • of Golgotha and Greek thinking. The elaboration, the
    • thought-penetration of the Mystery of Golgotha has been carried out
    • III. Inspirations
    • III. Inspirations (Ahriman)
    • through external rational nature observation. What will bring inner
    • preparation for the Mystery of Golgotha, the last ramification of the
    • four and one half centuries of preparation for a new spirit direction,
    • will, and so forth — we shall find that the whole configuration
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    • lives, in the various configurations of humanity's evolutionary
    • consideration the transformation of the soul constitutions of human
    • problem as they steep themselves in the special configuration of
    • preparation, as a pre-state. Only upon the Earth itself did man, as he
    • preparation. If we go back to the Moon state we must say: Here
    • taken into consideration by the Angeloi. Especially during the
    • dear friends, as long as one does not take into consideration these
    • into consideration what today is called magnetism, electricity, and so
    • taking these beings into consideration. And these beings, who are, as
    • to think at all about man, not to take him into consideration at all.
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    • adumbration, shading, with various degrees of darkness. This was also
    • those vibrations emanate from the sun of which, out of the modern
    • decoration: this material existence contains everywhere the spiritual!
    • rituals! Thus, if one has, on the one hand, the deepest veneration for
    • matters. It is truly something worth deep study and consideration.
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    • the foundation for our subsequent spiritual-scientific considerations.
    • history with inspired concepts, with inspiration. Then we shall have
    • concerning the duration of the war. It was the honest conviction of
    • waking up. They are of short duration and pass so quickly that we pay
    • inspiration, we might say, if we believe in such things. But also in
    • consciousness studies grief and the pain of separation, it will find
    • considerations to the dead themselves. Since the relation to a person
    • child we shall choose the right ritual, the right commemoration, we
    • consideration that the child has remained with us, that he lives with
    • children after their death long to find in the commemoration which we
    • most suitable for the commemoration of an older person who has died.
    • the great task master for the generation that must live through it,
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    • or psychoanalysis. And various considerations connected
    • to say today with a short enumeration of certain points in
    • considerations with what is offered by the moving forces of our
    • consideration by inadequate methods of knowledge. This is
    • surgeon was expected from Vienna to perform an operation. Her
    • consideration. In the subconscious mind itself there is a
    • take into consideration everything with which he has come
    • self-laceration. The mistake that he makes each time is in
    • of themselves, rationalistic pocket size gods with thick skulls
    • themselves, but “rationalistic pocket size gods
    • function of an irrational nature. ...”
    • function of an irrational nature, which has nothing to do with
    • inspiration of Nietzsche was colored by what he himself
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    • consideration of the facts. Yesterday I showed you by definite
    • then assert themselves in such a way that irrational acts
    • — as they are called — and irrational general
    • that there are long preparations and, in one section, that
    • preparation for the fifth culture period. Dessoir, reading
    • extended consideration of the many peculiarities of human
    • threshold into the spiritual world a kind of separation takes
    • act as a unity. That must be taken into consideration, and if
    • experience of the operation of spiritual worlds, the courage to
    • time, and I chose Nietzsche as an illustration.
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    • depths of soul life continues its operation there. It is
    • an irregular penetration this desire presents itself as
    • offensive evaporation of ambition or vanity. This is not a
    • simply conceive a world in which no separation of natural and
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    • inspiration, and intuition;
    • imagination, inspiration, and intuition of the
    • primitive inspirations. We can show at once the
    • difference between an inspiration and a premonition by a
    • inspiration which we may call a premonition of the approach of
    • inspiration may arise as a premonition, though in the case of a
    • invigoration or deterioration. True, he is not yet strong
    • up-building or deterioration is an immediate result of true
    • throughout generations of human evolution — but which may
    • imaginations, inspirations and premonitions: that these
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    • external comparison of their cellular configuration, as they
    • and red, behind C sharp, g, and so forth, is not vibration but
    • configuration of the soul. To begin with, we learn to
    • organs of excretion, bring forth in preparation for the next
    • configuration for the next incarnation.
    • in fact the foundation for a rational therapy.
    • really rational therapy only by studying in this way the
    • definite configuration of the inner organs, then important
    • and I should like to close these considerations by
    • consideration only the forces which formed the earth out of the
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    • the preparation of the sixth epoch, who live as it were blindly, for
    • in you lies.” The possibility of thus making preparations for the
    • in the spiritual worlds — than by taking into consideration the
    • considerations of today are forms quite incomprehensible to the
    • one said: Fine vibrations are existing in this room. One did not heed
    • the space filled with a kind of thin cloud, permeated with vibrations.
    • causes real pain — because it appears irrational to him, if he
    • vibrations in this room, instead of: A good feeling prevails here.
    • out with a dark cloud, if one forms the thought: Good vibrations are
    • anthroposophical considerations, even if they appear apparently
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    • considerations concerning the Gospels belonged to the latter. Not
    • incarnated here. Preparation had to be made for this throughout all
    • the generations lying far back, so that the right qualities could be
    • generations, we come to a tribal father, to whom quite special powers
    • of this faculty now occurred through the succeeding generations, while
    • generations through the times which followed. But something else had
    • physically from one generation to the other. That means, this perfect
    • his descendants from generation to generation. Because his mission
    • had to happen from generation to generation.
    • received it in such a way that it shone as Inspiration in their inner
    • this way, for it shone in them as inspiration. They received it in the
    • arise as inspirations. This had now become different in that people
    • inspirations of the Divinity shine within. That people which arose
    • from Abraham, however, had to say: I will renounce the inspirations
    • solely to what was within, and then the great inspirations about the
    • themselves there through inspiration. As the laws of the world which
    • Abraham, which could so develop through i.e. generations, that their
    • be inherited so that its inner powers, its configuration, developed
    • Therefore, it was said by Jahve to Abraham: Thou wilt see generations
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    • In the course of years, considerations have been brought forward in
    • considerations, on the three gospels, to let appear before our
    • perhaps these considerations have proved adapted to lay in our souls
    • Jesus, up to the moment where the great inspiration of Jesus of
    • preparation for the Ego-evolution. The beginning of our earth
    • the preparation of this Ego-hood the possibility had to be given, that
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    • considerations, and to go more deeply into them. To-day,
    • by way of preparation, I Should like to point to a few
    • considerations.
    • nor Descartes took into consideration. I have spoken of this
    • gives itself, that we do not take into consideration the fact
    • to their veneration. Other days should then be devoted to the
    • starting point for our considerations for the next days
    • this at the conclusion of these considerations, because I
    • consideration of what I have told you, I will simply put
    • incorporation of these things into the collective life of
    • careful consideration, contradictory to facts as it may seem,
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    • various epochs of time, alterations brought about by the
    • the administration of the Church that it should be an image of
    • memory of the metaphysical order of administration is given us
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    • ruler of the second generation of gods from the middle of Lemuria
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    • acquainted with the first operations of those Beings of whom I have
    • conflagration seemed to Odysseus like the eye of a giant.
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    • culture of preparation, which lasted until a higher initiation
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    • inspiration direct from higher spiritual beings, from super-men. This
    • divine inspiration. Hence in the Indian and Egyptian cultures we have
    • is to become a temporal one, it occurs in the ratio of four to seven,
    • seven sub-races. The ratio of four to seven comes from a quite
    • separation, caused beings to turn against one another. Earlier, too,
    • elaboration of a tendency that was already there. The most beautiful
    • and will put an end to separation.
    • existing life of separation. The power of kama still conceals the
    • worldly principle. There you have a perfect illustration of the fact
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    • etheric body that is especially relevant in this consideration. You
    • considerations we see how matters stand with regard to the real
    • configurations, which he calls his ideal. He forms moral concepts.
    • idea of this if you follow me into the following consideration, which
    • vibrations, so does the one who has penetrated to the level of
    • consideration. Everyone who has occupied himself for some time with
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    • unconscious. He cannot be rationally clear about what is happening in
    • their inner soul configurations in their countenances. The entire
    • considerations how deeply symbols and occult signs are connected with
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    • occupy ourselves with a consideration of what is called the symbolism
    • if it is believed that, through a consideration of numbers, it is
    • dust and there will be future generations who will never see his
    • kommt, es ist nur eine Separation der 1. Und diese 1 ist
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    • that certain vibrations are produced in it, my words are transported
    • mineral, but also plant-like vibrations. They will speak
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    • clairvoyant imagination, inspiration, and intuition, — all has
    • him. Spiritual beings had first those imaginations, inspirations,
    • imaginations, inspirations, and intuitions, by the help of which he
    • into humanity. Thus we see that since the outward declaration of
    • comprehension and in many ways to a still further obscuration, and
    • Mythology. But this consideration will make clear to us how through
    • school which Paul had inaugurated, and how this new inauguration had
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    • the liberation or the imprisonment of spiritual beings; either
    • in the times of primeval wisdom the co-operation of all those spirits
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    • liberation or imprisonment of certain beings can be brought about —
    • the liberation of those beings of which we spoke yesterday in
    • But that would not have sufficed; the co operation of the Spirits of
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    • maturity of sacrifice, the maturity necessary to self disintegration.
    • the inspirations given to them by the Seraphim. And the Thrones, the
    • They then sought out, according to the inspiration received by them
    • Universe, should have duration, so long as it is needed, that it
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    • the earthly relations of whole human generations on earth, and they
    • be hoped that future generations will be more tolerant and that they
    • of a spiritual point of view. Only through taking into consideration
    • little thought will reveal that co-operation with the cosmos is here
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    • consideration of the nature of the members of the higher Hierarchies.
    • trained the people through generations, and when the seven most
    • bodies. There were certain hours during which inspiration acted
    • but in their hours of inspiration, when the etheric body was active,
    • could do without help from above, inspiration was still necessary;
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    • the region of the Eagle, something else comes into operation. Whilst
    • agglomeration of the special forms, was condensed to that formation
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    • Thus you see that the configuration and the distribution of the stars
    • second half. The formation of worlds is the preparation of Karma; the
    • Saturn development, and we have to take into consideration what had
    • our considerations must be dedicated to this question: What is the
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    • consideration will give you an idea of what that future will be like:
    • that they receive from the Godhead. Anything like deliberation,
    • judgment, consideration, does not exist in the sphere of those
    • expressed in the moments of inspiration. And so it happened from
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    • liberation from his sense-body in a certain way with darkness; he
    • of special preparation for clairvoyant research.
    • concentration and other exercises given to those who wish to tread
    • part of his daily waking life in meditation, concentration and other
    • meditation, concentration, etc., at night when it leaves the physical
    • meditations and concentrations, which have to be followed in waking
    • wrong meditation and concentration man would therefore be brought
    • have now placed before our minds what the preparation for clairvoyant
    • often stated. Such a co-operation as normally only takes place at the
    • etheric body the shape which, through meditation, concentration,
    • from ‘preparation’ to ‘illumination’ —
    • concentration, etc., might be called an inner experience of the
    • This inward liberation, this inward realisation of oneself as a
    • without further preparation, let us suppose that some magician (of
    • preparation of which we have spoken; what should we be when, outside
    • others incurred by offences against them for which reparation has to
    • the preparation for clairvoyant investigation. This preparation
    • might be expressed by the following illustrations. I had supposed up
    • shall have to realise some of the more concrete preparations to be
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    • stage may be designated as that of ‘penetration into the world
    • him as good or as evil beings according to his own preparation. So
    • him through initiation — through preparation and development of
    • separation of Earth and Sun (the Earth was then Old Moon) or properly
    • later separated off as our Moon; after the separation of Moon, Earth
    • us now enquire as to the spiritual meaning of this separation. We
    • will leave-out of consideration the first separation occurring during
    • separation of Sun from Earth, we are faced with the fact that man was
    • the meaning of the separation of Sun from Earth.
    • was the meaning of the separation of Moon? Man could not have kept
    • slackened by the separation of Sun, but still it was not suitable for
    • separation of the sun and moon from the earth came to pass, but also
    • separation resulted in their becoming able by degrees to reach a
    • mentioned. It has been said that after the separation of the sun, the
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    • processes of the separation of the Sun and Moon from the earth, as a
    • direct and guide the separation of the Moon from the Earth; they had
    • separation of the Moon. Now for Zeus! Zeus is a word of uncertain
    • oft-repeated declaration of mystical world-conceptions that
    • now pass on to another consideration. Suppose we take this being
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    • changed the face of the globe into its present configuration, there
    • stream of evolution is formed by the transmigration of certain
    • cooperation of the mind of the peoples with the wisdom of the
    • and elaboration of the inner forces of the soul.
    • demanded, and a very thorough preparation was ensured; the initiates
    • this manner, preparation was made for the mighty event of the
    • the West from the East, where preparation for the understanding of
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    • deepen the power of penetration to the spiritual world which lies
    • penetration of the ultimate nature of our world) was combined in the
    • that man may enter them only, after careful preparation, and after
    • occurrence, this penetration of the soul by the Christ has also its
    • Bringer.’ No faculties for penetration into that region can
    • the outer world of matter, if they did not ascend to inspiration
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    • preparation for the presence of the mystical Christ in the soul. It
    • that not only affected the past, but was also a preparation for the
    • when by means of suitable preparation, that which was manifest
    • But nobody can see for himself the existence of vibrations in the
    • consideration when we approach the study of ancient documents. That
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    • in order to bring about the separation of the moon; and if we think
    • about the separation of the moon could approach the human Ego from
    • higher benefactors who had brought about the separation of the moon.
    • consideration the fact that the reality is infinitely deeper than men
    • they are. And hence arose the infinite veneration for the Vedas
    • puzzled out, but rose in the soul like inspirations, surging in
    • inspirations. And the content of the science thus rising in man's
    • inspirations from within, these massed thoughts arising as
    • inspirations, were far removed from the conception of a primordial
    • another in space demand our consideration.
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    • declaration was not an arbitrary yield of human thinking; but the
    • intuitions and inspirations of moral and ethical life originated,
    • other intuitions and inspirations which pertain to the moral nature,
    • ancestry and descent, the blood poured — itself from generation
    • to generation, from father to child and grandchildren, those who were
    • of blood through the generations following each other in time,
    • seven have something to do. And my illustration shall be made as was
    • the mysteries always make appropriate preparation for the
    • Preparation had to be made for a gradual revival of the all-embracing
    • such things reached the nadir. But preparation had to be made, in
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    • inspiration, and intuition. They cannot ascend to the peak that is
    • Philosophical concepts, concepts of human cerebration long since
    • are called imagination, inspiration, and intuition. Man's ability to
    • illustration. In former times there were the so-called Mysteries,
    • method persisted through the generations. Everything we have in the
    • withdrew again. This separation resulted in an intensification of the
    • enumeration of the five senses: feeling (touch), smell, taste,
    • enumeration. Science, it is true, has now added three more senses to
    • according to their inner nature, according to their inner vibration,
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    • research discloses first a peculiar co-operation of the physical and
    • That is an illustration of the way anthroposophy teaches us to know
    • the sense of sound, which in a systematic enumeration of the senses
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    • inspirational sense, the twelfth. In the neighborhood of the
    • imaginative, the inspirational and the intuitive, are additional,
    • The inspirational sense also directs its activity
    • entire life of feeling is an activity of the inspirational organ
    • From back to front there is co-operation of the sentient soul and the
    • being a cooperation of the current passing from back to front and the
    • consider all that the human heart achieves — the co-operation
    • place without an underlying will, without the co-operation of spirit,
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    • about? By the separation of the old Sun from the old Moon. The Sun
    • action, owing precisely to this separation that meant a higher
    • thinking. Now, the separation that exists between our intellectual
    • To clarify these conditions by an illustration, let us
    • and continents, the migrations of men. Anthroposophy leads us into
    • of it as comes into consideration — moved eastward, but pure
    • We could similarly present the migrations of peoples in the four
    • In such considerations we find the means for comprehending all cultural
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    • will come to meet us, as it were. A variety of considerations will
    • of the soul life calls for consideration of the adjacent realms.
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    • from a quite abstract consideration of this contrast we can learn
    • specially prepared for the recitation, cuts and alterations were
    • The alterations were made for the following reason.
    • approaches Goethe with such profound veneration as I feel for him may
    • upon a drama; we seek to approach it in timid veneration, because
    • deal. Such considerations are far more important than is generally
    • the far-reaching consequences of this alteration, this abolition of
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    • impressions are characterized by an operation of the attention that
    • artistic considerations can it happen that desire flows to the
    • In this connection we must also give due consideration
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    • no alterations. The form in which it was written, with its mighty
    • any given moment, you will see a certain interpenetration of these
    • Such considerations can show you that actually your ego
    • of the co-operation of the various worlds in the human soul can be
    • crossroads, a vantage point from which vigorous co-operation in this
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    • achieved, and it contains no more than a sort of demonstration of
    • Let us consider, as an illustration, the two extreme
    • specifically spiritual tie comes into consideration, other than the
    • scientific demonstration of reincarnation.
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    • include a consideration of what contemporary science has to say about
    • meditation, concentration, and so forth. Thus the facts of the
    • built up man out of a combination and co-operation of purely physical
    • concentration, and so forth. If you penetrate into the whole spirit
    • meditation and concentration. Certain moral attributes of the soul
    • the separation from corporeality it lives on as a spiritual being.
    • must act as a preparation for creation and as formative forces for
    • is connected with the doctrine of the transmigration of souls and
    • doctrine) until death severs the union and brings liberation and
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    • Imagination--Imagination; Inspiration--Self-fulfillment;
    • Imagination — ‘Imagination’;* Inspiration —
    • meditation, concentration, and so forth, to conceptions that also
    • Approaching these beings is what we call inspiration, and in a
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    • of which, in fact, really calls for elaboration to confirm it. In
    • inspiration and intuition; so you will have to take for granted that
    • reasoning — to imagination, inspiration and intuition. It is
    • way of imagination, inspiration, and intuition to a genuine cognition
    • careful concentration and meditation or through special aptitude,
    • concentration, namely, by endeavoring to let our memories unfold with
    • way gradually arrive at what may be called inspirational cognition of
    • inspirational cognition. When a man learns to know his own
    • for self-understanding is inspiration: the understanding of
    • what we discover within ourselves, through inspiration, to be our
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    • at this season and see all the preparations made for the Christmas
    • us unasked and unwarned into the gyrations of her dance and whirls us
    • celebrated on the days now dedicated to the celebration of the birth
    • longer give much consideration.
    • our forefathers looked up with such veneration and the very soul of
    • Festivals are the commemoration of great Ideals, and Christmas is the
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    • will awaken. In preparation for the awakening, the pupils in the
    • awakening stream through cosmic space. During his preparation the
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of the Sun-Spirit as the Spirit of the Earth
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    • commemoration for those who understood something of the deep wisdom
    • And when, through many centuries, the evolutionary preparation had
    • the powers of the human soul — then still at the stage of preparation
    • inspiration and thanksgiving. Actually, the 24th/25th of December was
    • these Thirteen Days and Nights. Hence there is no better preparation
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    • THE yearly celebration of the physical birth of the Being Who entered
    • preparation, to unite the Christ Being with himself, to receive the
    • to the obliteration of insight into the essential nature of Christ.
    • of the penetration of the Jesus-feeling into the soul-life of the
    • cosmos, comes into operation when a human being enters physical
    • ancient times the holy mystery of the generation of a human being was
    • supersede these demonstrations against the desire for it. Otherwise it
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    • What form did these preparations take? These preparations for
    • preparation for this World-Christmas-Festival among men.
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    • accompanied by the penetration into mankind of the principle of
    • need years of preparation but will be able from the beginning, to
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    • celebrated on the 25th of December, neither was it a commemoration of
    • of January as a commemoration of the Baptism in the Jordan. It was a
    • It was the celebration of a birth that was not an ordinary birth. The
    • festival was a celebration of the descent of the Christ Being, whereby
    • miraculous way from generation to generation until the age of the
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    • Angelus Silesius. The one is the declaration that the true Christmas
    • must be celebrated in man's inmost heart, that any outward celebration
    • and deep deliberation, the historian answered: The method I have
    • the greatest of all festivals of consecration, the festival that rings
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    • recognise the actual progress and alteration in the development of
    • and became one of the forces now within it. The alteration that has
    • of his soul were of the greatest importance; for a sort of inspiration
    • Compassion, was first introduced by Buddha, and its vibrations still
    • one generation to another? He was not only to influence the inner
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    • generation to generation, from the time of Abraham, so as to bring
    • descent from one generation to the next — were based entirely on
    • in intensity from the oldest generations of the time of Abraham down
    • earth by way of preparation. Thus, before the time of Christ, man was
    • they were given him from above by Divine administration. They were,
    • was the preparation by means of which the ego was to learn in its most
    • brings about to a still greater extent the consideration of one man
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    • duty of developing in successive generations, from father to son, from
    • more and more ennobled in the course of the descent from generation to
    • generation. It had to be made as perfect as possible for the
    • required very special preparation. This preparation may to-day give us
    • (extending from Abraham to Solomon or David), the generations were
    • the generations, become the proper ego-vehicle for the high being who
    • propagated by descent through the generations, and appeared in its
    • I have told you all this to show what preparations were necessary in
    • knowledge of the necessity for an advanced preparation for something
    • Inscribe in your hearts that Anthroposophy must be a preparation for
    • Anthroposophy is the preparation for the Christ-Event that awaits us
    • in the near future. This preparation is necessary. Other events will
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    • separation of the Moon from our Earth. That epoch also saw the first
    • the configuration of the soul, is not affected by this. If there were
    • speak of man and woman we only refer to the configuration of their
    • stalactite, so the Moon in its configuration transcended the middle
    • this. We must take into consideration the fact that a man is only male
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    • out of consideration; for our own souls were then too far removed from
    • see a gradual preparation of everything which subsequently rose to the
    • smoothly in a straight line. It is indeed a fact that preparations had
    • Christ-Event and the comprehension of it, and in the preparation for
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 7: The Further Development of Conscience
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    • preparations made for its reception were the smallest conceivable. For
    • this we realise, apart from all other considerations, the weight of
    • Through such considerations as these, which lift us above the limits
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    • preparation for a correct insight into the spiritual world must take
    • preparation before crossing the threshold into the spiritual world.
    • You will notice that in our considerations we have reached the
    • to further considerations. 
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    • considerations have led us to the point where consciousness after
    • realize, particularly in our present soul configuration, how little
    • Thus we have reached the point where we began our consideration
    • surprising to what extent the cult of the commemoration of the dead
    • earth. Many say this. The above consideration regarding the period
    • Another question can be answered by these considerations. It is often
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    • also comes into consideration then, ideas a man has evolved during
    • justified? Is it because a Hindu might also demand that veneration be
    • understanding the Christ-being we shall prevent this deterioration of
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    • for the moment of inspiration. We might say for the moment of grace.
    • inspiration. In actual cases this patient expectation is not easy,
    • inspiration. What humanity has received through its artists in the
    • of which the artist has drawn his inspiration. Of course, those who
    • be recognized for what it is. It contains no inspiration from the
    • earthly life was the right preparation in order to redeem the Mars
    • life, immortalized with remarkable artistic penetration. I kept away
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    • whole of our soul configuration after death, which depends on a
    • sun. When Inspiration is added to Imaginative cognition we realize
    • Although the configuration of groups in the Venus sphere corresponds
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    • consideration. The relationships after death are still in accordance
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    • all our considerations. That is why we can attach a certain
    • been described in many different ways. Today our considerations will
    • another. Yet this interpenetration does not mean togetherness. The
    • impulse as it should, there will not be separation but immediate
    • consideration of all the elements involved, we might become aware
    • and would move around freely. It is a special illustration of the
    • time needs to experience the cosmos by living into a consideration of
    • Such considerations, related as they are to recent research, help us
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    • considerations, you will remember that spiritual science rightly
    • cooperation between both worlds will come about. The dead can also
    • from such considerations?
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    • devote a part of their forces to considerations that for others
    • do in fact stem from a consideration of life between death and a new
    • form of penetration into spiritual life. They, too, after they have
    • shows clearly that certain faculties are passed from generation to
    • generation by way of heredity.”
    • This fact can permeate us with a deep sense of admiration for what we
    • these considerations, and it is my deepest hope that it may grow ever
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    • pause in our anthroposophical considerations and raise the question
    • though not the only one, is the consideration of the life of the
    • experience. But one may add that in such considerations one has the
    • This twofold consideration will indicate the radical change that will
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    • do all they can to place themselves in the limelight. A consideration
    • concentration or to let such thoughts pass through his soul. One
    • to evoke a feeling for this by today's considerations.
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    • work at the elaboration and formation of his destiny. Much of what
    • A configuration of this nature indicates again that the soul cannot
    • Such considerations make it clear that when we are tempted to
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    • Something else comes into consideration. There are people who nurture
    • worked as inspirations into the souls of Leonardo's successors,
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    • would like to present supplementary considerations to add to what is
    • spiritual world. This requires preparation. He first must possess a
    • beings of the higher world, a preparation in the complete
    • preparation. We do not find the place empty if we understand the
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    • A preparation is made during our life on earth to expand into the
    • religious concepts. A religious turn of mind is the preparation for
    • configuration.
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    • emphasise that through such simple considerations as these one can
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    • learnt the laws governing the combination and separation of
    • amount of penetration was necessary in order to plead the cause of
    • vibration-rates for blue, red, etc.; you take the whole world as a
    • superstition that the colour blue has so and so many vibrations. The
    • inner self by some sort of intuition or inspiration, but only to
    • a person becomes a Rationalist, and his outlook on the world is that
    • of Rationalism. If, in addition to the ideas that are found in
    • Rationalism, to Idealism.
    • way, so that from the consideration of man in terms of thought we may
    • rise to a consideration of the cosmic.
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    • Idealism, Rationalism and Mathematism.
    • whole configuration of his world-outlook can be designated as
    • rationally-minded scientists of the present day are all occultists of
    • not irrational it will never occur to them to declare that with any
    • Rationalism as Taurus, Mathematism as Gemini,
    • remain occult until, through meditation, concentration and so on, the
    • special psychic configuration has been penetrated.
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    • built into the human organism, according to its inner configuration.
    • and Empiricism stands in the sign of Rationalism. You see, as I drew
    • the sign of Rationalism. The result is that such a soul changes its
    • sign of Rationalism. However, from what I have now explained, you can
    • expresses itself. Hence this configuration, Voluntarism in the sign
    • configuration it now has — Empiricism in Rationalism —
    • Voluntarism would stand in opposition to Rationalism in the sign of
    • its possible configuration one in which it would defend a
    • unfavourable path; it veers round into the opposing configuration.
    • oppositional configuration. These are writings based on the will to
    • configuration passed over into “Sun in the sign of Taurus”,
    • standing with Mars in Scorpio. But one can sustain this configuration
    • otherwise these configurations must work back unfavourably upon the
    • through with the upper configurations if one is able, owing to
    • corresponding way. The configurations below the line from Idealism to
    • the brain from out of the psychic-spiritual in preparation for the
    • work. And this work of preparation comes from the cosmos. Thus as we
    • Rationalism!” and so on. Let us try to realize what can be
    • become Empiricism in the sign of Rationalism!” Opposition! The
    • much, much must be taken into consideration along this path in order
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    • learnt the laws governing the combination and separation of
    • amount of penetration was necessary in order to plead the cause of
    • vibration-rates for blue, red, etc.; you take the whole world as a
    • superstition that the colour blue has so and so many vibrations. The
    • inner self by some sort of intuition or inspiration, but only to
    • a person becomes a Rationalist, and his outlook on the world is that
    • of Rationalism. If, in addition to the ideas that are found in
    • Rationalism, to Idealism.
    • way, so that from the consideration of man in terms of thought we may
    • rise to a consideration of the cosmic.
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    • Idealism, Rationalism and Mathematism.
    • whole configuration of his world-outlook can be designated as
    • rationally-minded scientists of the present day are all occultists of
    • not irrational it will never occur to them to declare that with any
    • Rationalism as Taurus, Mathematism as Gemini,
    • remain occult until, through meditation, concentration and so on, the
    • special psychic configuration has been penetrated.
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    • built into the human organism, according to its inner configuration.
    • and Empiricism stands in the sign of Rationalism. You see, as I drew
    • the sign of Rationalism. The result is that such a soul changes its
    • sign of Rationalism. However, from what I have now explained, you can
    • expresses itself. Hence this configuration, Voluntarism in the sign
    • configuration it now has — Empiricism in Rationalism —
    • Voluntarism would stand in opposition to Rationalism in the sign of
    • its possible configuration one in which it would defend a
    • unfavourable path; it veers round into the opposing configuration.
    • oppositional configuration. These are writings based on the will to
    • configuration passed over into “Sun in the sign of Taurus”,
    • standing with Mars in Scorpio. But one can sustain this configuration
    • otherwise these configurations must work back unfavourably upon the
    • through with the upper configurations if one is able, owing to
    • corresponding way. The configurations below the line from Idealism to
    • the brain from out of the psychic-spiritual in preparation for the
    • work. And this work of preparation comes from the cosmos. Thus as we
    • Rationalism!” and so on. Let us try to realize what can be
    • become Empiricism in the sign of Rationalism!” Opposition! The
    • much, much must be taken into consideration along this path in order
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    • against disintegration; thus life preserves. That is the
    • the disintegration in itself. Far more does it ever and again rescue
    • against disintegration and decay then it is a living being. If it is
    • can be produced through operation in someone born blind, so that a
    • higher consciousness is created inwardly in the co-operation of life
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    • way. They are exercises of meditation and concentration which are to
    • operation on a man born blind. There is a kind of operation which
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    • we find that, after one or two new generations, a man no longer
    • drawn upon merely by way of illustration.
    • it sets up the greatest concentration of impulses, desires, for the
    • following is given as an illustration. Imagine you have a piece of
    • need of the incorporation into it of the external world —
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    • superficial view of the situation, not taking into consideration what
    • after the above considerations we feel hopeless, and that is just what
    • lead very far. In our considerations we generally begin by the
    • effect, because he takes only short periods into consideration. So
    • understand human life if we take into consideration only what has
    • This, again, is still rather an abstract consideration of such a
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    • considerations are necessary. Yesterday we gave a kind of description
    • first the separation of the Sun and then that of the Moon.
    • illustration, let us suppose we have a glass of water in which some
    • by separation of the grosser parts. Something like this was also
    • later the animal kingdom. By means of this separation man was able to
    • relationships and connections. We have seen that the separation of the
    • human organisation was made pure. But through this separation in the
    • separation of the Sun and Moon, this is what we arrive at as a result
    • more took possession of bodies, they began to make alterations in the
    • them. We owe this liberation of our astral bodies to the circumstance
    • side by side in space, without taking into consideration the fact that
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    • admiration, just as do numerous other scientific discoveries.
    • illustration of this, which upon reflection will soon be understood.
    • can make this very clear by means of an illustration.
    • consideration whether only the immediate causes are spoken of, or
    • things also come into consideration. But everything which has a
    • taken into consideration, and most of all is this the case with the
    • Spiritual Science leads us. Then we may pass from the consideration of
    • next generation has again the complete parts. When the etheric body
    • previous generation. If we observe these phenomena rightly we shall
    • succeeding generation when the offspring is born without the
    • etheric body is that of activity, of generation and growth. It
    • consideration. For this reason the lower animals still have so many
    • instincts with more or less moderation. It follows its plan of life,
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    • Thus from a reason which extends far beyond his ordinary rationality,
    • or rational judgement, penetrate down into the foundation of the human
    • cured; for all the deliberation which leads to a cure comes from the
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    • consideration as well as for a comprehension of karmic connection in
    • organism. And this barrier against the penetration by our acts and
    • unstable balance. Through this penetration by astral excitability, the
    • further illustrations. We have all noticed how useful it is when we
    • self-concentration and through brooding within themselves, they will
    • rationally, we shall not find it difficult to discover Maya in our own
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    • our co-operation. It is easy to arrive at a mistaken distinction
    • a family such as Bach's for instance, there were for many generations
    • perception is directed towards penetration of the inner being, but is
    • liberation from consciousness, because we are not yet ready to see
    • regulated co-operation of our four members. And again, whether we are
    • asleep or not depends upon the proper separation of our four members.
    • certain normal standard is necessary for the penetration of the astral
    • the Ego upon awakening. What is this excessive penetration of the
    • penetration into the etheric and physical bodies by the astral body
    • to occurrences. When this deeper penetration of the etheric body into
    • where they lead to a penetration of the etheric body into the physical
    • fate which he cannot explain rationally, but the rationality of which
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    • rational judgement. In many such cases it is extraordinarily difficult
    • judgement and a rational discernment, and who aspire to a spiritual
    • active, wholesome co-operation with the conditions of earth life, and
    • forces connected with a deeper penetration by the etheric body would
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    • fundamental importance if we are dealing with clairvoyant aberrations,
    • up a training that is rational and normal. So we can say that a person
    • possess an opposing force against any aberration of clairvoyant
    • of our Ego the sentient soul into the sentient body, the rational or
    • be in the sentient soul, the rational or mind soul, or in the
    • of the rational soul. In the state between death and rebirth this will
    • that may be traced back to a cause in the rational soul of a preceding
    • incarnation. But the rational soul of the next incarnation will again
    • rational soul but in the etheric body. But such rationality and good
    • rational soul, and will not affect the activity of our rational soul
    • rational soul, as we now encounter them in human beings, are doing
    • intact; but that the co-operation of the rational soul with the
    • direction. We can affect the rational soul with reasons which can be
    • achieve more than with external rational truths. When nothing can be
    • penetration of the etheric body by the rational soul. For the truths
    • soul and the astral body, between the rational and the etheric body,
    • rational soul in regard to the physical plane, and yet be incapable of
    • bridging the deep chasm existing between the rational soul and the
    • rational soul and the etheric body, but has, as it were, a longer way
    • co-operation is necessary to enable us to put aside our ordinary
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    • from the fully conscious life, from the rational life, between birth
    • From this we may conclude that if the karmic reparation is escaped in
    • — or frustration. If this state of things continued in such a way
    • penetration of external and internal man, than would have been
    • possible without the luciferic influence. This penetration was the
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    • penetration of the soul into matter takes place. We saw also how
    • can be no necessity for such a theory as that of the ‘vibration
    • as an activity of Lucifer, and from this side leads to a penetration
    • only external symptoms are taken into consideration. But there is a
    • A simple consideration of these analogous views will provide a
    • without special preparation.
    • This continual disturbance and restoration of the balance between the
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    • order to devote themselves to these considerations, these words come
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    • according to the preparation our souls have made on earth. It must be
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    • inspiration of Lucifer: the human being has the chance through
    • point of view, all philosophizing is the inspiration of Lucifer. One
    • the inspiration of Lucifer. All creative work, in fact, that rises
    • in the robes of science — are nothing but inspirations of the
    • inspirations.
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    • and heightened through the preparations described in my books,
    • consequently belongs to the preparation we have often described as
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    • to do with separation plays into Lucifer's hands; therefore as human
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    • accomplish all they do through what we can call Inspiration. The
    • see that something like Inspiration in the spiritual world reveals
    • Inspirations! They are brought about by a conversation in the
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    • self-imposed moderation — the word is indeed not chosen
    • ours. And in consideration of this, two things are essential: first,
    • preparation for the soul that wants to find its way clairvoyantly
    • preceding earth life to the preparation of the coming one, what is
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    • ourselves to stray in the consideration of the nature of each
    • consideration of the persisting spiritual entity is what
    • but we have a Transfiguration. Wherever he can paint the budding and
    • longings, the aspirations, the impulses of his soul continue to
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    • conjures up a visionary world, to Inspiration. It is the latter which
    • Inspiration, we find that all their statements are alike. Then there
    • world, with these visions and inspirations? Here we must first of all
    • selected visions (after Inspiration) are what fertilise the spiritual
    • which are revealed in accordance with Inspiration. Now we come to the
    • balancing opposing forces? A very simple consideration shows us how
    • field for co-operation. It is true that this induces a thought which
    • and co-operation between them are necessary. There the thought is
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    • disregard of the mere word and a saturation of the language with soul
    • expression in the very sound and grammatical configurations of Greek.
    • Roman legal administration and, perpetuating the ancient Roman
    • liberation from the merely logical and the coldness of the Latin
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    • onslaught of the Germanic tribes caused by the migration of peoples in
    • study all that took place in the migration of these peoples, you will
    • point of view. Whenever the migration of peoples occurs in the Roman
    • migrations of the peoples. If Rome had developed in such a way that a
    • expiration of the fourth post-Atlantean age.
    • preparations being made to bring the strongest possible forces of
    • the old Atlantean culture spreading out from it as a preparation for
    • call inspiration and I quite often openly call illness.
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    • whole configuration of the social life of the soul, the way of
    • the simplest farmer today is, in his whole configuration of soul, an
    • the same way, through external operations following precisely the
    • preparation. These individuals were prepared in a way that would not
    • occur to those who speak of a preparation for science consisting of
    • civilization has pursued thus far, because disintegration would be
    • man, and it is from this separation of souls that all the frightful
    • conditions we are experiencing come. This separation will only be
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    • and intense preparation was made by the luciferic and ahrimanic
    • inspiration he had received through the Great Spirit, to an external,
    • into operation, and you must now place yourself at the head of all
    • counterstroke, manifesting in a spiritual way, was put into operation.
    • single cut. This operation, the excision of the stomach, had to be
    • matters complete cooperation takes place between Ahriman and Lucifer.
    • cooperation between the luciferic and ahrimanic forces that always
    • the soul was left out of consideration.
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    • preparation since the fifteenth century. We have seen what new
    • In order to describe the configuration of the cultural impulses that
    • Europe — should have led to a certain penetration of European
    • experienced in his soul a kind of inspiration through the moral, or
    • his inspiration the wisdom materialized from gold. Recollect the
    • wisdom, had access to this inspiration through gold. Philip IV, who
    • the highest degree this complete penetration of the soul with the
    • reverse, as it were, of the veneration of the symbol of the crucifix.
    • ritual of the Consecration of the Host. He saw those human forces that
    • of Consecration?” In their clouded consciousness the Knights
    • working actively through the inspiration of Philip the Fair. We see
    • of inspiration. Powerful impulses were to flow down into humanity. We
    • days. Inspiration from the cosmic knowledge of the Knights Templar
    • cite many examples of how the inspiration of the Knights Templar had
    • So it goes on. We see inspiration emerge with wonderfully intuitive
    • different forms. When one follows this through with penetration, there
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    • spiritual development of our age is not fitted for a full penetration
    • lead up to a consideration of his character. One can really gain some
    • who give Europe a certain configuration, we find in all of them a
    • specially developed, abstract rationalistic thinking that makes an
    • generations, centuries. This way of thinking about religious matters
    • is, does not recognize the separation of the English Church from Rome.
    • into our time. The inspiration living in different gifted
    • This has all been a preparation for the time in which we are now
    • entire configuration of our age — that I have sought to
    • spiritual preparation that this priestess could undertake, she could
    • centuries. Quite different practical operations, practical mastery of
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    • life with most penetration in what I must call Goetheanism. Goethe,
    • the necessity of a right co-operation of the three elements in our
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    • fearful deterioration that has overtaken the so-called culture of
    • seized by the forces of general deterioration?” When Christmas is
    • through the connection of generations, as it expresses itself in the
    • external incorporation of Lucifer. Lucifer really did walk the earth
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    • particularly from the considerations which have come before us these
    • Initiation cannot be given to mankind haphazard, without preparation,
    • hand, which means bringing his Will into operation, of this the
    • Imagination and inspiration to make those forces active which enable
    • These things are in preparation. Among the most important means
    • preparation from the Ahrimanic point of view.
    • But there is also another form of preparation for Ahriman which can
    • do not swear allegiance to mere Rationalism, accept the Gospels; but
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    • which condensed into religious feeling and religious veneration
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    • shoulders that our generation recalls the period when a philosophic
    • looked upon as a regrettable aberration. If anyone dares to raise an
    • consideration that a persistent turning away from that spiritual goal
    • the younger generation for later life. There were no experiments,
    • taken into full consideration and where the justifiable needs of every
    • incorporation of human capacities and forces in the physical human
    • transported into Russia by a German Administration and the German
    • down in the street and to break his leg. Quite a simple operation
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    • within it by imagination and concentration. This power is attained in
    • through meditation and concentration, and then to empty of content
    • which we took in inner activity and concentration of will in order to
    • deliberation, to perceive the right course immediately. This faculty
    • second stage of knowledge is known as inspired or inspirational
    • ball, but when we enter into ‘inspirational knowledge’ we see it not
    • inspirational knowledge is the power to perceive this sun-like being
    • And out of inspiration-knowledge we see that just as the sun does not
    • physical moon is only the physical concentration, while the
    • inspirational knowledge, and it leads to something which is eminently
    • the moon-force something that expresses itself in degeneration and
    • spiritual force is at work. So we attain to a definite and rational
    • empirical results but is built up scientifically upon rational
    • It is only when this inspirational knowledge is attained that we come
    • Having thus dealt with the inspirational knowledge that brings us
    • and Inspiration, that we then belong to the universe as an eternal
    • imagination, inspiration and intuition. No. It is necessary for every
    • attained imaginational, inspirational and intuitional knowledge of the
    • experiences. Imagination, inspiration and intuition are the very
    • developing this higher knowledge, imagination, inspiration and
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    • leading to imagination, inspiration and intuition. I showed how by
    • imagination and concentration, by means of certain exercises, the
    • inspirational knowledge. He perceives his own spiritual being as it
    • the universe. Thus, through this imaginative, inspirational knowledge,
    • development of the soul to imaginative, inspirational and intuitional
    • imaginative, plastic thought, and inspirational and intuitional
    • After man has attained to Imagination and Inspiration, he has to say
    • the man of today when he has risen to Imagination and Inspiration,
    • and who attains to inspirational and intuitive cognition, is able to
    • through the way of initiation to ‘imagination’ and ‘inspiration’, that
    • he looks out, from his spiritual experience in inspirational and
    • development) attained to a kind of imagination, inspiration and
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    • incorporation into the body of world events, into the cosmos, and his
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    • inspiration; and this is something that really all the good spirits of
    • autumn as their liberation from the dying plants and withering
    • the preparation needed for the Michael Festival.
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    • laws diminish in a similar ratio and eventually, beyond a certain
    • If we proceed from considerations of this sort, a good deal of what
    • inspiration, and intuition. In that way, even when only imagination
    • especially after rising from imagination to inspiration are we
    • philosophy are but faint reverberations — all this can be traced
    • is disclosed through imagination, but far more through inspiration and
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    • imagination, inspiration, and intuition find the spirit in the
    • physical configuration of spirit.
    • inspiration, and we will direct our soul's gaze first to the winter.
    • of the earth. Human respiration is more a physical process; the
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    • to a penetration into cosmic secrets.
    • introduction, a preparation for that which we are now to consider.
    • memories this furnishes what I might call a kind of preparation for
    • this feeling for it, for the Greeks created under the inspiration of
    • Cherubim are. And then, when full of enthusiasm and veneration we are
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    • to begin with, we limit our considerations to memory, we find that
    • we will leave to a later consideration) and something else connected
    • contracting a muscle through concentration when standing still). When
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    • to something which will furnish a preparation for the next two
    • do so in a more narrative form by way of preparation for the next two
    • inspiration. Other systems which obtain today depend upon the
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    • Then the peculiar configuration came about that the
    • rid of perspiration and other matter. Man had to cast off these
    • preparation for the earthly nature of man.
    • Thereby man was able to make the third separation from
    • kingdom. Owing to this separation they have metamorphosed themselves
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    • This was brought before the pupil as preparation for the
    • really deeper mystery, because through this preparation he was able
    • to those fierce flames of the Goetheanum conflagration, do we not
    • as these two conflagrations may be connected, so the longing to
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    • we look into the preparation which, first of all, the candidates
    • received in Hibernia, we find that this preparation consisted in two
    • time they were led from this preparation actually to enter the Cosmic
    • preparation stage on the ordinary path of knowledge and on the
    • after all his preparation and testing, after a still longer time had
    • I become now in thee Consecration.
    • I become now in thee Consecration.
    • Through his preparation as regards the difficulty of the
    • now, after all these preparations, after indeed he had been led to
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    • numbness. This numbness brought about an alteration of his
    • not a vanishing of consciousness but an alteration of consciousness.
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    • migrations of peoples through these same regions of Europe. All these
    • historians lavish upon the migrations of the peoples, we should have
    • continual migration. The emigration to America was infinitely greater
    • than the streams of the peoples' migrations. We do not make this
    • is called the period of migration of peoples, and in the period which
    • followed that migration. Very little is known about this period. Very
    • into consideration in the period when it was not yet a historic
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    • when the separation of Saturn from the common planetary body of the
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    • water. He could thus feel these things because of the preparation he
    • was the preparation for what later on poured over from Africa into
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    • not through Inspiration but already in all clearness before our
    • ritual of consecration took place. A kind of incense was put into
    • itself, it takes form; and while this expiration takes form in a
    • in his expiration, he felt in his outgoing breath just as man usually
    • something which came from himself. He felt his expiration as an organ
    • the smoke came from outside to the expiration of breath. These
    • substances with it he had to take the heavens into consideration; and
    • Ages. There, in preparation for true knowledge, man was made to feel
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    • preparation for investigation. Experiments in the laboratory were so
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    • gold to work upon him; and through this preparation, through this
    • sun-preparation, the pupil was led to a deep understanding of the
    • preparation. I mean that this direction of the vision inward into the
    • this preparation, his attention awoke to the fact that gold is not
    • so another preparation was necessary for the Mystery pupils besides
    • that of which I have spoken as the sun preparation. In addition to
    • that there existed the moon preparation.
    • means of a still further preparation of his soul he could also
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    • ancestors, pass on to the present generation, and then to the
    • taken into consideration, but they are always secondary. And
    • opposite aspect into our considerations. If it is impossible to
    • by Inspiration, these pictures acquire a certain consistency, a
    • Imagination, Inspiration, or Intuition is used to gain
    • These pictures actually remind us of the configurations in the
    • by Inspiration, reality streams through the pictures from
    • behind, as it were. If, then, we rise to Inspiration and gaze
    • the penetration of the impulse of the breath into the brain. In
    • short, if you rise to Inspiration, you learn to understand the
    • concrete; everything connected with breathing is an Inspiration
    • made real, an Inspiration brought down into the world of the
    • brain; Inspiration is necessary in order to understand the
    • disintegration or dissolution — call it what you will
    • knowledge by Inspiration; we understand the metabolic processes
    • integration and disintegration and cannot be observed in the
    • Inspiration. Only through Inspiration can the airy part of the
    • Inspiration to Intuition as we pass from the brain to the other
    • catabolic processes, on the disintegration, the destruction,
    • to a gradual penetration of the human organization, but to
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    • certain point of culmination. After this, deterioration sets
    • in. This organic deterioration may not begin in a very radical
    • of the others. Thus the way in which this whole configuration
    • here, therefore, is to establish starting points for rational
    • immediate conditions into consideration. Examine the structural
    • rationally the connection between what is going on within the
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    • will do best to begin with a consideration of the rhythmic
    • characteristics, namely the ratio that is established between
    • breath. In the adult human being, this ratio is approximately
    • ratio, and its variations in individuals are an expression of
    • is revealed in this rhythmic human being as a ratio of four to
    • one continues in the entire human being. We again have a ratio
    • lectures. Indeed, so far-reaching is this ratio that we may say
    • the breath. Thus in observing the ratio of four to one in the
    • studying the ratio of everything that proceeds from the human
    • a ratio of exceptional significance.
    • considerations that follow will make this clear to you. The
    • extremely interesting ratio, one that leads us into the deepest
    • the other rhythm, proceeding from the head, in the ratio of
    • impossible to found a rational system of education without
    • from above downward in a rhythm whose ratio is four to one.
    • On the other hand, in a preparation derived from a treatment of
    • — we obtain remedies, or at least preparations that have
    • similar way there is a direct cooperation and counterreaction
    • and airy organizations with preparations derived from roots and
    • being, from the very outset, a warmth-air vibration that is
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    • applied in certain specific details in the preparation of our
    • considerations underlying the physiological theory, something
    • impossible today to form any rational opinion of what are often
    • however. If we notice this separation of a part of the nerve
    • administration of alkaline salts, which are particularly able
    • but the different aspects under consideration here intersect,
    • administration of silicic acid, sugar, and alkaline salts. To
    • nerve-sense activity — cannot discover in any rational
    • indeed a rational therapy — a therapy that is simply able
    • through the kidneys and through the perspiration. This will be
    • matters that will gradually transform therapy into a rational
    • perspiration. Great attention should be paid to this, for
    • whenever there is a decrease in perspiration, we may be sure
    • perspiration decreases, what is happening as a rule is that the
    • synthetically a preparation composed of iron, sulfur, and
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    • separation of physiology from pathology and therapy, which has become
    • consideration at all when he is engaged in the study of physiology, or
    • science's approach. It is therefore missing from all our considerations.
    • consideration certain extreme cases of the pathological, first in abstract
    • form. Out of consideration of such extremes it will perhaps be possible to
    • consideration. Thus if a person wishes to consider a certain formation in
    • characterized as Imagination, Inspiration, and Intuition; I will show it
    • considerations and to immerse himself in a real study of nature itself,
    • next few days to continue at least sketchily the considerations begun this
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    • inspiration. Schelling, who certainly was by no means an initiate but
    • never go a step further than is justified by the deliberations
    • by taking the spiritual into consideration.
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    • corroboration — for what spiritual science provides through its
    • so-called blood circulation of the heart, in the aeration of the human
    • bodily nature, this penetration expressing itself within the body,
    • his sense the rational stage of science. We arrive at a science as
    • this study is undertaken in a rational way, it need not drive you into
    • rational view of a therapeutic pathology and a pathological therapy,
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    • this way from the standpoint of a rational medicine, if I may use this
    • considerations in these lectures, this soul-spiritual element works in
    • In these thoroughly aphoristic considerations I can only offer
    • from these examples how medicine can gradually become rational. These
    • life this does not come so strongly into consideration, but it must be
    • secret, it is possible everywhere to receive an illustration of what
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    • generations the eye has worked itself up from indefinite vision to
    • pass on to the present generation and then to the progeny, both in
    • limited extent they are taken into consideration, but they are always
    • that of ‘Knowledge by Inspiration,’ and the highest —
    • by Inspiration reality begins to stream into these pictures,
    • biology. When Imagination, or Inspiration, or Intuition, is used for
    • configurations in the human brain formed by the nerve-fibres and
    • knowledge by Inspiration, reality streams through the pictures from
    • behind, as it were. If, then, we rise to Inspiration and gaze into
    • Inspiration, we learn to understand the whole meaning of the
    • breathing process is an Inspiration made real, an
    • Inspiration brought down into the world of sense. A man who strives
    • to reach the stage of Knowledge by Inspiration enters a world of
    • structure of the brain; Knowledge by Inspiration is necessary
    • means of Imagination; here we must have Inspiration, we must rise
    • clear when we know of the existence of Knowledge by Inspiration;
    • state of perpetual integration and disintegration and cannot be
    • the pattern of Inspiration. Only through Inspiration can the airy
    • need to exercise Imagination, Inspiration and Intuition as we pass
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    • represents a certain point of culmination. After this, deterioration
    • sets in. This organic deterioration may not begin in a very radical
    • others. So that the way in which this whole configuration penetrates
    • immediate conditions into consideration. Examine the
    • a preparation decocted from the petals of plants. An extract
    • Along these lines we shall discover the rational connection between
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    • and disease. And here we shall do best to start from a consideration
    • the ratio of four to one. This, of course, is only the average,
    • approximate ratio, and its variations in individuals are an
    • that which reveals itself in the rhythmic man as a ratio of four to
    • one, continues in the organism as a whole. We have again a ratio of
    • system into the rhythmic system, is in the ratio of four to one. To
    • breath. In the rhythmic being of man we can perceive the ratio of
    • in the ratio of four to one. Thus not until the twenty-eighth year of
    • matter, for it is impossible to found a rational system of education
    • the other hand, in a preparation derived from a treatment of the
    • preparations which have an effect upon such illnesses, from leaves
    • co-operation and counter-action between the rhythms of the blood and
    • organisations with preparations derived from roots or seeds, are
    • vibration which is strongest of all in childhood, although in reality
    • it is not a vibration but a time-structure of a living kind —
    • penetration, just as there exists in the human organism the
    • We may be sure that in every case a preparation of viscum, applied in
    • the same preparation to carcinoma of the breast as to carcinoma of
    • understand that these things depend upon a ratio; but the ratio is
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    • carefully followed in the preparation of our remedies. How we can
    • practical considerations underlying the physiological theory,
    • impossible to-day to form any rational opinion of functional
    • observe this separation of a part of the nerve-process in very early
    • allow, this process can also be strengthened by the administration of
    • the administration of a proper preparation of the roots of chamomile.
    • the administration of silicic acid, sugar and alkaline salts. To
    • and senses-cannot discover in any rational sense the relations
    • human organism. Yet there is indeed a rational therapy — a
    • through the perspiration. This will be quite evident. But of course
    • are matters which will gradually transform therapy into a rational
    • that there is less perspiration. Great attention should be paid to
    • this, for whenever there is a decrease in the perspiration, we may be
    • happening, as a rule, when the perspiration decreases, is that the
    • preparation composed of iron, sulphur and alkali, it is a good thing
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    • lectures show that a healthy social organism depends on the separation of
    • economic cooperation of human beings.
    • question? They have arrived at a consideration of economic laws in
    • operations of those companies whose interest was served by secrecy,
    • cooperation, in the production of values, of commodities, he must
    • when it is under public administration, as in schools and educational
    • out by degrees, not by theoretical deliberations, but in practice,
    • consideration regarding the result of misunderstanding the difference
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    • lectures show that a healthy social organism depends on the separation of
    • to mean that an independent administration is demanded for the
    • single administration, because the one must always interfere with the
    • administration. In the democratic administration a parliament is
    • Parliamentary administration must be deprived of all authority over
    • the administration by cooperative societies, leads to tyranny on the
    • region, might be able to form a great federation in which all the
    • like. In short, a great federation embracing production and
    • consumption would be substituted for the private administration now
    • federation in preference to smaller enterprises only arises from the
    • more easily seen. The great federation embraces a vast social area.
    • an error which leads to the foundation of a great federation in which
    • certain persons presume to take the whole administration of the
    • routine of political administration and see no reason why it should
    • administration must be altogether modeled on political life.
    • administration of the means of production the very powers to which
    • Ministers who were his willing tools carried out the operations. It
    • of labor-power. And the only thing with which the administration of
    • being. The manner and duration and the kind of work will be
    • in the theories of so many economists. The consideration that lies at
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    • lectures show that a healthy social organism depends on the separation of
    • regarding the demands of economic life, the consideration of economic
    • important consideration; for it shows us the obstacle barring an
    • social conditions has been caused by the want of consideration given
    • consideration.
    • then we are taking into consideration the whole man. But curiously
    • leave out all consideration of the actual conditions of equity in the
    • consideration of the social question the problem of equity was
    • then we must exclude from it the administration of the cultural life
    • deliberations by nothing but economic interests in disguise; for
    • namely, by a clear separation of political interests from all that is
    • concerned with the representation, the administration, of economic
    • must, therefore, demand in the most emphatic manner, the separation
    • of politics, and the groundwork of the law, from the administration
    • and consumer should come together. The purely business operations and
    • Corporations should carry on business with other corporations; expert
    • leave this out of consideration; in fact, it leaves no reality out of
    • consideration. That which results as just and equitable from the
    • receive the law and carry it into operation in the economic life.
    • another according to the law of exchange, the whole operation is
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    • lectures show that a healthy social organism depends on the separation of
    • in the external structure and the external decoration of the
    • preparation of bread depends on the manner in which people think and
    • the proper consideration of the child's individuality. But the
    • the administration of the individual human being, much would be
    • that the community of the next generation would still own them? No!
    • generation, it would be done without taking into account the fact
    • that this next generation would develop new and fruitful forces,
    • continues, though in another form. I believe that coming generations
    • world will be born. Coming generations will look back to our times as
    • dawn. Generations have sunk into graves, murdered, starved, victims
    • generations will arise, and with them a new spirit. They will build
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    • lectures show that a healthy social organism depends on the separation of
    • COOPERATION OF THE SPIRITUAL, POLITICAL AND
    • administration, instead of its own conditions and necessities,
    • separated and come under the administration of three departments, all
    • independent administration? On the other hand, why should not legal
    • preparation has been made for centuries, the work of bringing order
    • for the administration of the economic life, and for the
    • administration of law and order. What is necessary for the
    • administration of economic affairs has become dependent upon the
    • generation in economic science, so that it may be able in its turn to
    • in life, in the administration of public affairs! It is absolutely a
    • graded as to administration, be tacked on to the economic life, and
    • civilized world. Economic conditions demand complete separation from
    • Of this separation of
    • this separation. If we regard in its true light the actual principle
    • administration. And has not every human being a connection with it,
    • separation of what belongs together, but actually the cooperation of
    • individuality in any generation through the observation of human
    • any one generation will not only embrace the phenomena and facts of
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    • administration, human intercourse, and so on, are necessary to supply
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    • thinking. Why, they actually looked upon it as a real liberation of
    • old connections, the old binding links, the old kind of corporation,
    • configuration becomes quite different in the lung. In the same way,
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    • considerations really merge in this question of Price. All the
    • must be looked for in the configurations of Capital: these at any rate
    • things. You may see this from a very simple consideration.
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    • life. Now this consideration will lead us to the true and proper
    • — the incorporation of Labour in the social life — become a
    • Now this incorporation of Labour in the social life is historically
    • quite a different significance in those times owing to the operation
    • Well, I admit, this may require a little closer consideration,
    • be complete. For it would mean that the maximum concentration of work,
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    • an illustration. It appears that this drastic illustration has caused
    • elaboration of Nature, all that we have to do with is the
    • do who was inside the chemist's retort where, with a great generation
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    • the present. First the elaboration of Nature by human Labour, then the
    • by being worked upon in a more rational and scientific way, and in
    • produce it can no longer receive sufficient remuneration for their
    • callings. You see, therefore, the moment you think in a rational way,
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    • Economics, but we saw that the mere enumeration of Nature, Capital and
    • processes, into a mode of operation which introduces constant
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    • co-operation in each case. You need only summon the will and the
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    • open-minded consideration of life as a whole; we must gain a clear
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    • worked upon; and the elaboration which gives it its value is the real
    • seen by taking another illustration.
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    • administration, possibly even its own defence force, its own police,
    • and thus the fiscal administration grows increasingly into industrial
    • their declarations would have been quite true. But from the very
    • important differences of duration as between different kinds of
    • duration, we always have to do with goods which pass away in time.
    • way. Of all the economists, they were the most rational. And from
    • created by the elaboration of Nature, where the productive process
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    • considerations — if only for the reason that a highly subjective
    • spiritual interests in the next generation and, in all probability, by
    • the time the next generation arises, some other spiritual worker is
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    • Thus in effect it depends on the ratio of population to the area of
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    • form, to later generations what lived at the heart of this culture.
    • have to call these things to mind; the consideration of the subject
    • generations is the symbol of it in the triple crown worn by the Popes
    • omit from our considerations a person like Cardinal Newman when
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    • aspect which is revealed by Inspiration.
    • summon all the generations to the end that at long last those should
    • life after death. Much preparation is necessary to this end; also a
    • nouns in verbal form. Such preparation is indispensable. He will most
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    • vastness of the Cosmos. That would be an exaggeration. It is
    • example I gave recently to Oxford of how this liberation has to
    • we are moved to wonder or admiration. The language of the dead takes
    • generation who know how to relate themselves rightly, — on
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    • look with the consciousness of Inspiration upon the time we pass
    • preparation takes place.
    • preparation has to be made. If the soul desires to be a woman, it
    • influence of the Moon, preparation is made for the soul to become man
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    • natural law, it has more the character of inspiration or intuition.
    • everything that is connected with generation. The Jahve Being, who
    • impulses of generation.
    • process of generation cannot however be regular or regulated by
    • generation. He needs helpers who will in fact see to the ordering of
    • inevitably lead to the deterioration and ruin of mankind.
    • way to success, they experience frustration and disappointment. So
    • opportunity for Lucifer and Ahriman to experience bitter frustration
    • disappointment and frustration to Ahriman and Lucifer, so much
    • disappointment and great frustration that you meet with, time and
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    • entering into the forces of generation, into the stream of generation
    • streams of generation, — into a physical father and mother upon
    • single whole. In preparation for future planetary embodiments of the
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    • preparations for reincarnation. With enlightening clarity, he
    • form, to later generations what lived at the heart of this culture.
    • have to call these things to mind; the consideration of the subject
    • generations is the symbol of it in the triple crown worn by the Popes
    • omit from our considerations a person like Cardinal Newman when
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    • preparations for reincarnation. With enlightening clarity, he
    • aspect which is revealed by Inspiration.
    • summon all the generations to the end that at long last those should
    • life after death. Much preparation is necessary to this end; also a
    • nouns in verbal form. Such preparation is indispensable. He will most
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    • preparations for reincarnation. With enlightening clarity, he
    • vastness of the Cosmos. That would be an exaggeration. It is
    • example I gave recently to Oxford of how this liberation has to
    • we are moved to wonder or admiration. The language of the dead takes
    • generation who know how to relate themselves rightly, — on
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    • preparations for reincarnation. With enlightening clarity, he
    • look with the consciousness of Inspiration upon the time we pass
    • preparation takes place.
    • preparation has to be made. If the soul desires to be a woman, it
    • influence of the Moon, preparation is made for the soul to become man
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    • preparations for reincarnation. With enlightening clarity, he
    • natural law, it has more the character of inspiration or intuition.
    • everything that is connected with generation. The Jahve Being, who
    • impulses of generation.
    • process of generation cannot however be regular or regulated by
    • generation. He needs helpers who will in fact see to the ordering of
    • inevitably lead to the deterioration and ruin of mankind.
    • way to success, they experience frustration and disappointment. So
    • opportunity for Lucifer and Ahriman to experience bitter frustration
    • disappointment and frustration to Ahriman and Lucifer, so much
    • disappointment and great frustration that you meet with, time and
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    • preparations for reincarnation. With enlightening clarity, he
    • entering into the forces of generation, into the stream of generation
    • streams of generation, — into a physical father and mother upon
    • single whole. In preparation for future planetary embodiments of the
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    • was always taken into consideration that our incarnations have passed
    • upon us, since it is a preparation for the concrete occurrence of the
    • grasp this, spiritual science appears to us as the preparation of
    • spiritual world will become increasingly conscious. Cooperation
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    • strive for in our groups is a preparation for the attainment of
    • such a preparation consists merely in learning theories or ideas.
    • What we call preparation for the attainment of higher truths should
    • to such a preparation of our souls, that is, to such a preparation of
    • audience. We shall gradually ascend in our considerations from the
    • objects in the outside world, then the elaboration of these
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    • follow only from a consideration of the evolutionary course of
    • degeneration, as a step backward. This was felt especially by all
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    • of Christianity. We thus have the preparation for this great event in
    • having opened himself to this inspiration, Tauler once again ascended
    • We thus see that spiritual research is a preparation for
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    • rigorous preparation in the mystery schools could he turn again
    • the physical and etheric bodies, the sentient, rational, and
    • The next member is the rational or feeling soul (Verstandes —
    • awakens only in the rational or feeling soul. If we slumber with our
    • developed himself in his rational or feeling soul, however, he can
    • in earlier realms. It is only the rational or feeling soul that can
    • I-consciousness, experience the penetration of the divine-spiritual
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    • already preparation is being made for this — that some person
    • shall also learn to value what is positive, namely, the penetration
    • Anthroposophy is the preparation for everything that
    • ratios in chemistry are really an expression of the numerical ratios
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    • earth. If the right preparations have been made, they can be retained
    • veneration. You know that certain brotherhoods possess the art of
    • wishes to achieve is clothed in the form of veneration. Imagine that
    • by demons through the machinations of the lodge. The veneration of
    • always taken into consideration such things as we have characterized,
    • humanity in its naiveté into consideration, but as far as they
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    • You must take into consideration that with these
    • consideration, if you assume everywhere an undivided foundation of
    • into consideration what is to a certain degree the ebb and flow of
    • so that other things came into consideration than the mere word, the
    • mere communication. What came into consideration? Let us take a
    • to this legend as a separation of those portions of paradise that
    • completely during these rational pauses and he granted them such
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    • has no need of pious consecration or religious estimation, because it
    • Irrational that is hidden behind all existence. He who touches it so
    • exploration of the spiritual world. It sounds strange, but it must be
    • consideration of the needs of our time. To receive this would be of
    • being is connected with the forces of disintegration. On two
    • is somehow mounted upon this astral beast. Through this cooperation
    • health, and prolonging life. From the cooperation of what comes from
    • that human vibrations will reverberate in a definite way, will
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    • historic periods. This could be seen in the alteration undergone by
    • generations. In the formation of arms and hands, for instance, and in
    • through the configuration of the earth and through the most varied
    • give that particular configuration, through which they are ‘the
    • co-operation of the influence from the head, and that from the rest
    • him, there works from the head the configuration of the nervous
    • vibration of rhythm in the head, which works together with the
    • of a national character, if you take into consideration these
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    • If this is taken into consideration, one will gradually acquire the
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    • conscious of how, in the course of their celebration of the Mass, it
    • to arise within the Saturn warmth? The penetration of the Second
    • perception would see the event as a penetration of Light; it
    • dark shadow. Through the Penetration by the Second Hierarchy in the
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    • The preparation continued
    • pre-eminently a personality who, under the influence and inspiration
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    • arrived at this lonely spot to receive preparation. The so-called
    • deliberation to try and find somewhere a place of learning where the
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    • the East too speaks of this concentration on the root of the nose,
    • this concentration on the point between the eyebrows. (This is how
    • the exact spot is defined.) But in truth this concentration is a
    • concentration on the miniature man that is situated in this spot and
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    • them hearingly in Inspiration; he united himself with them in
    • that Christian Rosenkreutz, by inspiration of a higher Spirit, found
    • warmth-ether will work as an inspiration. The Gods come to meet us,
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    • the centre of our considerations; a picture which is in truth a deep
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    • perceived them in Inspiration; he united himself with them in
    • that Christian Rosenkreutz, by inspiration of a higher Spirit, found
    • inspiration. The Gods come to meet us, and bring to us in its reality
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    • knowledge of Imagination, Inspiration, Intuition, may lay hold of the
    • coming epoch will be as charged with Inspiration and Intuition as the
    • preceding epoch has been lacking in all Inspiration and in all
    • future be the most favourable for the development of Inspiration and
    • Inspiration was denied, and one in which, although mighty forces will
    • be possible to receive Inspiration, to make it the determining element
    • shut off from Inspiration; the impulses of the super-sensible world
    • through Imagination and Inspiration, to flow directly into the human
    • the inspirations coming from the spiritual world and an understanding
    • considerations which have occupied us to-day to considerations of
    • still more important considerations which must occupy us in the next
    • a consideration which will find a response in every one of our souls.
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    • preparation beforehand for what appears as a sudden incision in human
    • — a spirit of preparation for the Mystery of Golgotha; and not in
    • a spirit of preparation.
    • the Being who had the guidance when preparation had to be made for the
    • without preparation. New epochs will continually arise which will
    • is the same Being who paved the way for the preparation of the Mystery
    • for the preparation of the Mystery of Golgotha. That is what is
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    • mistake is made to explain these alterations in a clever way. To
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    • Spiritual because he is no longer able to receive inspiration for a
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    • liberation by) the Sun forces was lost. What we today call the forces
    • the Geometry, the Mensuration of that time, and so forth. For what did
    • space: Mensuration, Geometry, is an earthly science. This in fact was
    • Geometry, Architecture and Mensuration. He saw that a real science of
    • Mensuration. For these can be learned here on the Earth.
    • knowledge, we can study only Geometry, Mensuration, Music and
    • external data, not on an inner penetration of things. If men only had
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    • being self-contained through the incorporation of the etheric body.
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    • arose in these two the inspiration to found the Cosmic Script. Only
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    • for speaking of many aspects of it — for illustrations will
    • itself into the course of evolution. As numbers of illustrations
    • to be merciful in the administration of justice — but if
    • said about the aberrations of the human soul towards the one abyss or
    • through many generations, there is also in him an unusual
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    • humanity — but with the co-operation of human souls who are
    • his inspiration, spiritual science has to say, no sentiments or
    • time also gave configuration to the outer form; the whole outer form
    • knowledge cannot, in reality, come into consideration between
    • deliberation. Men often cast scorn on what is out of their reach; it
    • understand Christ truly when we live under the inspiration of the
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    • that such a soul is a clear illustration of the reality of the
    • say: I feel my inspiration within myself! Such experiences will
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    • of generations. A boy felt himself the son of his father, the grandson
    • standing within this succession of generations.
    • of the ancient Indian time, an intimate connection with past generations
    • ancient times the capacity for feeling oneself within the generations
    • of life within the generations, of blood relationship coursing through
    • culture we see this full, fresh penetration into the physical body.
    • back through the succession of generations to a distant ancestor, we
    • the generations. Since, for the Hindu, man himself was divine, he remained
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    • by earth, banished to earth. In the configuration of his forehead the
    • anthroposophical considerations we are driven toward the artistic element,
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    • brings us to a consideration of sculpture.
    • consideration) the spiritual as expressed in earth life, in the
    • relationships. Out of such a collaboration arises epic poetry.
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    • Tieck had passed through the rationalistic “free spirit” training
    • which is to say, from imagination, inspiration and intuition, as striven
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    • universe. If he had investigated combinations and separations of
    • the gods can take this changed thing and implant it into the configuration
    • is what I wished to add to our previous considerations, hoping
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    • experience, cannot think of vibrations as causing the colors, the way a
    • world-configuration: a marvelous harmony between the breath rhythm and
    • vibrations, bejcomes audible. Whoever is able with sensory-supersensory
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    • above the eye; takes into consideration what is convex. Already in his
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    • must take the whole human being into consideration, the growing,
    • been prepared throughout generations. Some father and mother
    • a body that has been prepared by a number of generations.
    • thought; tomorrow we will continue these considerations and go more
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    • consideration by our ordinary Physics. But the child during the first
    • take into consideration in the strictest sense if you wish to give
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    • on the right mood of soul. The teacher's own preparation for this.
    • symmetry. Concentration exercises to awaken an active thinking as
    • is derived first and foremost from this consideration of the
    • enormous gain to the child if the concentration on one subject for a
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    • this whole configuration of the air, which otherwise he encloses and
    • is A? When the sun rises I stand in admiration before it: Ah! A is
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    • configuration of the earth; then we can speak of how the mountains
    • about. The fire came about through the generation of warmth, and so
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    • and colour. (Illustration). Line-drawing belongs only to Geometry.
    • belonging to English life. Gymnastics should be taught by demonstration.
    • contained in the whole: then the division is not a separation into
    • between separation into parts and measurement as soon as possible,
    • treated as a concrete thing. And so our system of numeration rests
    • concrete to abstract as a gradual preparation for the time between
    • method consists simply in this preliminary demonstration.
    • really shown great consideration by the authorities. It was even
    • spoken. Only then can we proceed to a consideration of the Gospels in
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    • possibilities of a rational therapy based on the knowledge of the
    • of orientation. My principal aim will be to collect for consideration
    • can only be attained by consideration of the factors to which I have
    • these fluids bore a certain ratio to one another in a normal organism,
    • and that this ratio was disturbed in the sick human body. They termed
    • human organism for the moment, excluding animals from consideration.)
    • Those considerations, which are concerned both with forms and
    • by consideration of the facts in the light of Spiritual Science. There
    • purpose of working towards a certain restoration of medical science.
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    • in our consideration of the heart. What in Osteology and Myology is
    • My outline of the subjects for consideration in the next few days will
    • opposition between the process of respiration and the process of
    • towards mutual saturation. Other words, of course, could be chosen for
    • interaction with respiration The interaction goes on in a rhythmic
    • being worked up in the nervous activity. Thus, respiration and sensory
    • upper function, whether it be associated with respiration or with the
    • of the human organism before any rational antidote to tuberculosis can
    • should be applied in a rational manner. Institutions for the treatment
    • subject, is the heavy loss of perspiration at night. This is a form of
    • nocturnal perspiration, all are symptoms of disease, yet they must
    • These correspondences deserve the most careful consideration. Let us
    • perspiration is gradually regained.
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    • basis for every future consideration, taking into account what I have
    • generally prevail. It is hardly possible to discover a rational cure,
    • sceptical as regards any rationale of healing.
    • But in a purely rational approach to medicine, we might surely expect
    • system. So we must ask ourselves this question: How can we rationally
    • peculiar to man, and we must therefore form a rational concept of the
    • for our preceding considerations.
    • illustration — a lung. Here too we shall find that we have drawn away
    • of “rationale” of therapy.
    • This was the Generation Aequivoca or spontaneous generation, which
    • operation on the descending line of evolution that is in some manner
    • in the course of our considerations.
    • and study of the blood; but it has not yet done so in a rational
    • heal by means of the administration of the requisite mineral, iron. To
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    • rationale into what is otherwise merely an empirical thinking on a
    • Please give your consideration to this: in external nature (let us
    • carbon concentration. Do not forget that the same substance is also
    • countryside has been infected by an immigration of well fed cows! This
    • this concentration on the nature of bacilli has nothing whatever to
    • Here is another circumstance for your consideration. You all know it
    • our previous considerations, that what we experience in soul and
    • spirit is simply the operation of those formative forces, separated in
    • So you can see that a system, a rationale in these matters, is only
    • observation, will pour on you in floods, in corroboration of views
    • operation. We cannot stand the disturbance without our health
    • special consideration later on. But I would add the following
    • consideration today, and address my remarks particularly to the
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    • the etheric body of man. I have given much consideration to the
    • rather matters for consideration under the special headings. But you
    • allopathic dosages. We shall give special consideration to the cases
    • substances, that is, by consideration of the results of laboratory
    • means nothing less, in essence, than the liberation of the lower man
    • organic sphere is striving somehow for liberation from the too potent
    • oyster shell, the operation of carbonate of lime. It operates to draw
    • substances can only be rationally understood, if viewed in this
    • that all salts arise through deprivation and liberation of the
    • by observing the co-operation of that which extends vertically upwards
    • growth derives. The following consideration is therefore important. To
    • at the same time, in some sort, a separation from the terrestrial
    • imponderables, and the intermediate group, and the whole configuration
    • This furnishes you with the first rational method (as indicated by the
    • scientific papers, they learned — without exaggeration, as some
    • and demands serious consideration when the question arises of the use
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    • There are not only these two elements in co-operation. Marshalled
    • process of incineration, we have something I would describe as an
    • of some form of carbonate of lime. But this is a mere illustration of
    • in an individual human life, and in the function of respiration during
    • in the earth, but not to look for the causes of their configuration or
    • the case cited as illustration, the effect of such action is shown in
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    • age into consideration — you will find that diseases tending to
    • Thus we have to complete the consideration of Space by the
    • consideration of Time. Only by these means can we learn correctly to
    • These considerations apply particularly to all the processes of
    • here. Help and light come from consideration of the factors already
    • waking state, but its “installation” means that the collaboration
    • co-operation in the whole human entity. They cannot be traced in any
    • other hand, the cell as that element which intervenes in the operation
    • path you are following represents a perfectly rational train of
    • establish the right ratio of density between the bony part and the
    • inter-relationships between the configurations of forces in the
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    • Here we have the “ratio” for finding remedies and light is thrown on
    • place there. I must again emphasise that this consideration of
    • is a collaboration between the saline and aromatic tendencies. And
    • can be so termed in a deeper sense — i.e. — respiration
    • process of digestion, just as respiration is organically adjacent to
    • the process of smell and taste. So we find the converse of respiration
    • the more external sensory processes; one, respiration, in the second
    • within our heart. To use an illustration, perhaps one that is somewhat
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    • as closely as possible. In healing, the main consideration is always
    • an organ of traction or suction; I might say that its operation is
    • respiration becomes quicker and deeper and he must give more (though
    • regulating of respiration passes over into regulation of the other
    • be pleasant and attractive, or repelling, leads to degeneration of the
    • degeneration of the cardiac vessels: then we have to inquire whether
    • there may not be a tendency to degeneration of lung in the same
    • processes in this realm becomes far more difficult. The rational path
    • directly using the plant substance or through a further preparation of
    • preparations have remarkable remedial success in this class of
    • This bifurcation brings us to the consideration of an organic system
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    • guiding threads to find out in a rational way the curative remedies.
    • moment, leave the animal world for later consideration. It is clear
    • operation of the formative forces of lead, tin and iron within the
    • organ of the whole cosmos. It implies an interaction and integration
    • to its peripheral operation; you support its formative activity, its
    • the administration of suitable nourishment, while the cure is
    • study of methods, for their operation is so extremely significant and
    • any search for a “ratio”; and therefore we can find so little occasion
    • the individual's stature into consideration as well; but if we merely
    • man's structure which of course includes the configuration of the skin
    • organism, that testifies, though imperfectly, to the operation of the
    • should have here a concentration of all that is both spiritually and
    • their operations as the male seed itself. The first stages of human
    • the operation of the male element, that the cosmic tendency towards a
    • operation of the male seed, is specialisation, differentiation, i.e.,
    • different from vaguely mystical feelings, in the veneration with which
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    • will give the most cogent illustration of the need to widen the
    • preparation Perhaps I do not express this adequately, but those who
    • medicaments: for example, the preparation of silicon or of vegetable
    • carbon. The process of preparation contains the clue.
    • when homeopathic preparations are made? For it is the preparation
    • the substance. This medium adopts a new configuration; just as one who
    • of respiration, and that the carbon content of the earth has something
    • main obstacle to an objective assessment of the operation in the human
    • generation of light in normal human beings. This internal generation
    • of light meets the operation of the light from the external world. Our
    • actually only the value of an activator for the generation of internal
    • of our bodies. Against the processes there in operation and their
    • one hand, to the generation of light. You will realise the meaning of
    • may coin the word — de-aeration, where the very existence of air is
    • annulled, is the source of what shoots up through the de-aeration and
    • environment. And the consideration of the formation of these shells,
    • of course, the organs of respiration. But however strange this may
    • sound, they are organs of respiration only in what I might term their
    • ruled by the process of respiration. So it is especially necessary to
    • man, with the operations of the liver. And the manifestations of
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    • mutual compensative operation even wider and more firmly based, we
    • consideration of another remarkable circumstance, which perhaps only
    • our atmosphere, and in their normal ratio.
    • this separation takes place more in a dynamic sense, and return again
    • atmosphere is of such a nature as to furnish the ratio for the
    • occurrence, and consider whether their operation remains free, or is
    • speak, a homeopathic agent in the operations of the other four.
    • well, any such substance has the configuration proper to its inherent
    • co-operation. With this we state a remarkable fact in respect of the
    • detail, we must identify the external operation of oxygen with the
    • internal operation of the kidney and urinary system. What is done
    • as organs of respiration, but as possessing particular formative forces. We
    • preparation of the apparatus of thought. Nevertheless the unconscious
    • result of self administration of various substances. This is shown by
    • as I have had occasion to point out, a concentration of the whole
    • to extra-human agencies; to the operation of lead, tin, copper and so
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    • diseases, and their really rational treatment. And finally there is
    • consideration all the manifestations associated with inflammation or
    • The etheric body, however, has very great powers of regeneration and
    • the etheric body. For instance, the characteristic indurations, which
    • not the main factor under consideration. For the botanist, of course,
    • administration of viscum; it may happen, then, that the physical body
    • point will be to arrive at a co-operation of this glutinous substance
    • co-operation, for instance, of mistletoe from an apple-tree, with
    • preparation of the mistletoe substance, and have not yet sufficient
    • sufficiently saturated, to produce the trituration. One will in this
    • half mistaken; for all phenomena of cerebral degeneration are
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    • into the operation of intellect and judgment. This will not yet mean
    • believe in the disintegration of the ego-framework — which may be
    • it were, shimmers out of it. For both exuberance and disintegration of
    • constitution with these exuberations of the soul-like ego, which
    • mucous membrane to preparations of formic acid, and fully realising
    • Let us suppose now, that the collaboration of the ego with the human
    • It is impossible to understand the operation of such substances except
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    • to complain that our considerations here set out are difficult to
    • occurrence which furnishes an illustration.
    • speak, digestion, blood-formation and respiration the process of the
    • blood-formation and respiration. And in those regions man as far as
    • inertia and acceleration principles in the growth of the scurvy grass
    • respiration. For between the rhythm of respiration and the nutritive
    • material at your disposal. You will find corroboration, down to the
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    • But there must be a certain foundation for rational answers to these
    • This brings us to the consideration of a remedial method which has
    • arrive at its consideration by way of the spleen. You may convince
    • the operation of the unconscious will. The centre for these conditions
    • metabolism. If you investigate rationally, you will indeed find that
    • influences respiration; if we go farther down, the organs of the
    • suppose you use the popular allopathic preparations; what is achieved
    • But the main thing for consideration is that by this route it is never
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    • process is of longer duration, it is still possible to do something
    • have already referred. Thus, when there is a separation of the etheric
    • another consequence of separation between the etheric and physical
    • organisation, and destructive processes come into operation. For all
    • obliterated. This obliteration is again perceptible if the aqueous
    • builds up the teeth. Only the obliteration in the external experiment
    • administration of Æsculin. These are things which need to be tested
    • degeneration. To go too far in yielding to the antipathies of the
    • degeneration more easily than would be the case with an active
    • collaboration in questions of diet; this helps to keep the mind active
    • the initiative of the patient himself. All these considerations are so
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    • in continuous operation, and as essential to the growth of plants as
    • operation as the external cosmic forces.
    • of action. The regulation of this separation is normally achieved
    • that of respiration. The rhythm of the breath is in short pulsations,
    • proliferation of legions of intestinal fauna — or flora, especially
    • on the solar activity — and note please, not the operation of light,
    • factors must be in operation, in order to create favourable soil for
    • configurations act forcibly on the lower abdominal sphere in the
    • from our present inquiry to the consideration of substances in
    • for I suggest that such recognition would promote greater co-operation
    • co-operation of the specialising experts should steadily increase.
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    • it also, we may say, with the operation of heredity. It is a similar
    • successive generations with diabetes; there is thus a metamorphosis
    • where concrete facts point unmistakably to its operation. Observe this
    • by superficial consideration. The blood does not coagulate properly,
    • touched on the specific operation of sulphur in this respect and
    • substances show their operation to a marked degree, it is because the
    • Speaking in terms of the planets, it is the co-operation of Mercury,
    • is an important separation, for the processes are indeed different. In
    • characteristic operation of antimony. On the other hand, all that
    • are thus stimulated, and there is nothing left for co-operation with
    • operation. It activates the formative force, that is the albuminising
    • administration of antimony externally and internally at the same time;
    • essence of what we meet in the usual macroscopic operation of
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    • and preparations. In order, however, to do this successfully, we must
    • Follow the operation of — for example — ammoniac salt on the human
    • that body, which is manifested in perspiration. If you can accept the
    • have gone far enough on their appointed path to extend their operation
    • operation of the region above the liver — namely of the lungs — is
    • evaporation. Now let us think on the one hand of drops of quicksilver,
    • and boiling liquid on the other, in constant evaporation, giving forth
    • patient, or by the administration of sedatives to the digestion, thus
    • operations. Study the effect of an administration of nux vomica in
    • wine, beer, or champagne, which are normal up to the incorporation of
    • natural recuperation asserts itself, which is generally soon after
    • reference has been made lets through a continuous infiltration; too
    • Therefore, if we aim at influencing that region by the administration
    • to bear such abnormal operation of the astral body on the liver, for
    • collaboration of liver, spleen and other abdominal organs actually
    • itself externally through the vibration of the ciliary epithelia, or
    • in the tendency to such epithelia vibration. In the interactions of the
    • Now, my friends, I have tried to put many considerations on many
    • Such were the reasons why I put the elementary considerations into the
    • greatest importance to the co-operation of those who are able to
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    • our disposal for demonstration — for this is permissible among
    • the body which is being built up from the sequence of generations in
    • showing signs of degeneration or of illness, with which we can
    • consideration. But now, a hereditary defect should not be regarded in
    • as the result of the generations. The existence of defective forces
    • development of a particular epoch, how a generation, when it descends
    • of the soul. The will was omitted in his enumeration — from
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    • audience. Our people's love for Schiller, youth's adoration for him,
    • preparation of mind and heart.
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    • correlate — namely, the vibration of the air. The movements in
    • about the vibration of the air. Light lives also in the perceptions
    • has to dive down into himself, and through very penetration of his
    • in such a case, and infiltration of some substance in fine
    • obliteration of consciousness, etc. — that is, you will make
    • downright thief and apply no moral considerations whatever in
    • infiltration of our brain (if I may so express it), which is, as we
    • — if this astral infiltration makes its way down into the
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    • the practical consideration of particular cases; for it is indeed so,
    • world too vigorously with your inner astral body. Only in moderation
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    • continue to speak, by way of preparation, of general principles; then
    • configuration of the being I have sketched here (on the left) may be
    • the right inspiration — and it will come, once we have the
    • disposition of soul that will enable us to receive inspiration when
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    • acid. So here you have also a clear demonstration of the fact that in
    • a co-operation between senses-and-nerves system and
    • well, but takes with him into the German the form and configuration
    • hypophysis. [A Weleda preparation
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    • before birth, with the configuration that was given to the astral
    • disintegration. Let us look, first, at the boy's head. In the head a
    • process of disintegration, a process of breaking down, is taking
    • of the head as its organ of support, originates in a disintegration
    • process. In this boy, the process of disintegration, having to be
    • to induce a harmonious co-operation of astral and ether bodies.
    • involved. Then a slight infiltration of poison is set up towards the
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    • configuration. For this, you know, can happen; as it did with Goethe,
    • head organisation owes its origin entirely to the co-operation of
    • lecture is to make adequate preparation for passing on tomorrow to
    • then tomorrow we will carry our consideration of the same to a
    • ask: Why ever is he brought forward for demonstration? A sensible
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    • one with wonder and admiration and to which one is loyal through
    • of water; the body sank in with every expiration; there were attacks
    • of bringing into the organism the principle of disintegration. We
    • watery element, towards fluidity by the principle of disintegration.
    • want to call upon forces that can promote disintegration, that can
    • most effective means of inducing decomposition, disintegration.
    • disintegration to be found? We find them where radium occurs. And
    • are bringing into it cosmic destruction, cosmic disintegration. Think
    • receives the right form and configuration that will enable it to fit
    • themselves to hand on language to the next generation, man would pine
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    • organism; and the sole significance that castration possesses for the
    • is a matter that should receive serious consideration from those of
    • the part of the older generation to understand this Youth Movement,
    • The preparation should still contain epithelial cells. On the day
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    • co-operation with the astral body is not able to come about as it
    • factors in the case might well claim consideration, but I would like
    • considerations any further than this triangle. Here then are Mars,
    • generation, nor afterwards with growth; with the result that that
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    • Ahrimanic aberrations. The virtue of mother's milk. In embryo
    • has received Ahrimanic or Luciferic form and configuration is made to
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    • the operation of the spiritual and material forces of life, and
    • produced by concentration on a single thought) — and the
    • we are body-free — and in this liberation from the body
    • know ourselves outside our body; we accomplish separation
    • we have also the life of disintegration. Through knowledge such
    • integration, but also disintegration — thus
    • integration — disintegration, integration —
    • disintegration. Is it not really rather an extraordinary
    • every moment? It is what is realised as being in alteration
    • integration and disintegration, and in its disintegration it
    • normal process of disintegration against too slight an
    • make a preparation from equisetum and administer it through the
    • integration and disintegration by using the forces which can be
    • test in order to discover whether a preparation will be
    • rational knowledge with a “message” of Healing.
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    • how disintegration is
    • there is a constant process of integration.
    • disintegration.
    • construction, integration (whereby the organ ministers to
    • that the state of balance between integration and
    • disintegration which is present in a particular way in every
    • presence of integration and disintegration, but really
    • separation between the organs, but of understanding
    • to make the correct preparation from chicorium
    • published that has been written by me in collaboration with Dr.
    • indicated as a rational therapy, by citing certain special
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    • are caused by the separation of the astral body and
    • administration of certain quantities of lead. We see,
    • system by the administration of a certain dosage of silver, we
    • administration of iron. In this way we are able to survey the
    • organism itself calls upon us to administer a preparation of
    • to restore the co-operation of these three higher principles
    • body and the Ego-organisation cause disintegration. All the
    • continually to oscillate between integration and
    • disintegration. Outside in Nature we find the forces
    • rational therapy. We must also know in making up our
    • preparations that it is not the same to gather the plants in
    • preparation from viscum.
    • preparation (Gencydo) made from fruits which are covered with
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    • the duties of life, the operation of the spiritual and material
    • concentration on a single thought) — and the length of
    • — and in this liberation from the body gaze at the world
    • accomplish separation from it by the constructive quality of
    • of disintegration. Through knowledge such as this we perceive
    • will recognize not only integration, but also disintegration
    • that it is in a constant stream which consists of integration
    • — disintegration, integration — disintegration. Is
    • in alteration every moment in the flowing stream. In the same
    • change, in integration and disintegration, and in its
    • disintegration it becomes the bearer of the spiritual. And so
    • disintegration against too slight an anabolism, in which case
    • make a preparation from equisetum and administer it through the
    • integration and disintegration by using the forces which can be
    • discover whether a preparation will be beneficial or not. We
    • can arrive at a bringing together of perfectly rational
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    • necessary to observe how disintegration is proceeding in the
    • process of integration. Man has, to begin with, an external
    • in a state of disintegration.
    • every single organ there is construction, integration (whereby
    • balance between integration and disintegration which is present
    • generalisations about the presence of integration and
    • disintegration, but really study each individual organ as
    • separation between the organs, but of understanding their
    • to make the correct preparation from Cichorium intybus,
    • in collaboration with Dr. Wegman, the Director of the Clinical
    • has already been indicated as a rational therapy, by citing
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    • Comatose states or vertigo, which are caused by the separation
    • brought about by the administration of certain quantities of
    • metabolic-limb system by the administration of a certain dosage
    • circulatory system by the administration of iron. In this way
    • administer a preparation of silicic acid, sulphur and iron
    • co-operation of these three higher principles with the
    • Ego-organisation cause disintegration. All the time in the
    • integration and disintegration. Outside in Nature we find the
    • are to apply effective plant-remedies and develop a rational
    • therapy. We must also know in making up our preparations that
    • preparation from viscum.
    • try to do this with a preparation (Gencydo) made from fruits
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    • a rationalistic way. Rationalism leads on the one hand to keen logic,
    • organism without our co-operation, whereas we must ourselves
    • balance must be maintained between these two configurations of the
    • If we go no further than the consideration of the organisation of the
    • deterioration, although so slowly does this take place that it cannot
    • deterioration.1
    • the animal's expirations.
    • must deal with therapeutically by the administration of silicic acid.
    • itself. In the administration of carbonic acid as a healing agent, it
    • nothing comes into consideration save what can take place as a purely
    • It all rests, therefore, upon our penetration into the profound
    • There was penetration into the profoundest nature of all things —
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    • a rationalistic way. Rationalism leads on the one hand to keen logic,
    • organism without our co-operation, whereas we must ourselves
    • balance must be maintained between these two configurations of the
    • If we go no further than the consideration of the organisation of the
    • deterioration, although so slowly does this take place that it cannot
    • deterioration.1
    • the animal's expirations.
    • must deal with therapeutically by the administration of silicic acid.
    • itself. In the administration of carbonic acid as a healing agent, it
    • nothing comes into consideration save what can take place as a purely
    • It all rests, therefore, upon our penetration into the profound
    • There was penetration into the profoundest nature of all things —
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    • been clamouring for active consideration. And these things
    • is an unnatural conglomeration of Rights, of
    • considerations. Nobody can look into life with a
    • are they aiming at on political considerations in
    • one had, to begin with, political considerations.
    • separation of those three social systems, whose entanglement is
    • remark already made in my lecture: that the whole corporation
    • business-works come together and form a Corporation of Works'
    • under the joint social management of the whole Corporation of
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    • have changed by virtue of this collaboration. What today we
    • cannot be stated here today, the duration of this memory is
    • the duration of this state can be determined from the length
    • enormous migrations had taken place a long time before to the
    • the Great Leader, to make the necessary preparations for
    • foundation and all the preparations for his own doctrine.
    • the whole configuration of the process of reincarnation is
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    • of the Lemurian evolution under consideration — beings
    • concrete case as an illustration for such a mission.
    • Now, what preparations were necessary to ensure that an
    • succeeding generations. And so it happens that we have in
    • successive generations, the etheric bodies of all descendants
    • generations. Thus, the descent of an avatar being is, among
    • foremost in our consideration is here the fact that the
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    • in the preparation of future conditions must say to
    • propagated from one generation to another. Above all, these
    • insight so that after many generations certain things
    • received his insights through a certain inspiration. I need
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    • too, had quite a different configuration in those early ages.
    • It revealed itself to them as a shining astral configuration
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    • true Mysteries there was no separation between belief and
    • knowledge was then only a preparation. This was followed by
    • the Mysteries. What came later is only an infiltration of
    • Augustine are a good preparation for us because they present
    • could at best culminate in a pantheism of rational concepts,
    • tried to show you how the liberation of the intellect was the
    • the new world for which today's earth is the preparation.
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    • anthroposophical friends have come to this celebration from
    • consideration for the territory on which these pronouncements
    • that we now have a completed configuration of the physical
    • Great Initiate and after generations made the existence of
    • admiration should be superfluous. Specifically, let us look
    • no longer possible to say that the separation from the object
    • through the separation of those loving each other is overcome
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    • of the Holy Mysteries. And everywhere such celebrations
    • celebration. We must not give in to the temptation of wanting
    • celebration of Easter — a festival that is tied to the
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    • found that the separation from what one loved created
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    • regeneration that every healthy sleep bestows upon us. In a
    • Preparation
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    • the Federation of European Sections of the
    • powerful visions and truths of evolution through inspiration
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    • preparation, 1966.) The title of the German text in the Complete
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    • the divine-spiritual Beings of the Universe, a kind of Inspiration,
    • inner concentration — not acquired in the way described in my book,
    • course extend for some thousands of years) cease through inner concentration
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    • still in course of preparation. For centuries now, even millennia, the
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    • the Earth before the separation of Sun and Moon. Initiation in the
    • Moon-forces which had remained in the Earth after the separation of
    • themselves from the one whole with the separation of the Sun and
    • Inspiration, and so on. But there did remain, at all event within
    • and degeneration. What I am going to describe here invariably refers
    • to what preceded this epoch of degeneration, and was active when the
    • configuration of the shadow of the Sun, and reads what appears in the
    • their mode of preparation. All this we must imagine transformed into
    • From the giants he wrested the forces of preparation to transform the
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    • undergo the preparation for our present life. I will not now describe
    • they see there what they need for their preparation for the
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    • make clear that we cannot conceive the Earth as a mere conglomeration
    • itself in the great yearly respiration. In this Earth-soul element
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    • preparation began for what has come to full expression since the first
    • But then some time after the celebration of these Christmas Mysteries,
    • was woven into the ritual of the celebration of the Mass.
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    • Although in our time the celebration of religious festivals is largely
    • inspirations arise for men. People are not always conscious of
    • these inspirations, but it is a secret of human evolution that from
    • inspirations for the whole of life proceed.
    • ordering of the festivals. They set the tone for the celebration of
    • nature. This is a result of that inspiration which was stimulated by
    • If the Easter thought were to receive its coloration through the fact
    • come about only when a mighty inspiration-thought goes through
    • mankind, when an inspiration-thought takes hold of mankind through
    • shall have an inspiration, a Nature/Spirit impulse, to introduce
    • possible to set up further deliberations to consider such a thought.
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    • days I pointed especially to the connection with the celebration of
    • configuration of the animal kingdom, streams back to the Earth on the
    • Then began the preparation of the people, again under the guidance of
    • pupils of the Mysteries, for various spiritual celebrations which were
    • But especially there was careful preparation for what later took on
    • celebrations were looked upon as an integral part of human life. A man
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    • that period in which, after long preparations had been made, the
    • yesterday as belonging to the celebration of these festivals during
    • Greek Sophrosyne, in English, Temperance or moderation, in
    • its overcoming through moderation — this was to come to man's
    • will come into consideration just in connection with the Michaelmas
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    • evolution at the present time. This feeling of separation from the
    • any way disturbed, instead of remaining the unconscious operation to
    • confronted the Sphinx whose field of operation is the breathing
    • into the Devil's field of operations. But just as it was the task of
    • When history, in time to come, is presented less as a narration of
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    • form of man's body is a result of the co-operation of Luciferic and
    • this co-operation between Luciferic and Ahrimanic powers; for only by
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    • practice, and on the other, considerations of this practice. Our
    • considerations to occupy us later. We will begin with the Seventh
    • with firmness. And through what reveals itself in the collaboration
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    • more serious consideration than is usually accorded to such things
    • of folk-poetry, or folk-song, is taken into consideration; we shall
    • is about four times the number of respirations. We can thus
    • verse-form, each single poetic form including rhyme, alliteration,
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    • demonstration. Frau Dr. Steiner will give a reading from
    • incessantly repeated consonants of alliteration: in this the will,
    • the movement of alliteration it is just this will element that is
    • alliteration, illustrated by a reading from
    • bring out once more the real nature of alliteration. Of course it
    • revival of alliteration, rather than trying to revive the old and
    • difficult alliteration, which in
    • [A revival of alliteration seems never to have
    • how in the second, which is built up on alliteration, on the
    • impulse of spiritual science to bear on aesthetic considerations
    • respiration based on external, materialistic and mechanistic
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    • give too little consideration to exactly what is presented by the
    • We must also take into consideration that we are
    • to artistic speaking. This aberration might almost be called
    • magic conjuration,
    • rhythms of the pulse and breathing and the ratio of one to the
    • self-evident ratio between pulse-rhythm and breathing-rhythm is
    • ratio between human breathing and the pulse.
    • one can feel this in different ways: as a separation, for example,
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    • the root of all art. But the reinvigoration of spiritual life to
    • verses, in the treatment of rhyme and alliteration (we shall hear
    • of consecration
    • Iphigeneia. Any consideration of the Nordic
    • ratio, their harmony with the breath. Let us bring the first two
    • alliteration comes into being. We begin with a will-impulse, which
    • alliteration, these Wotan-waves must sound forth as they did when
    • alliteration.
    • any modern English attempt to restore alliteration in its
    • following piece. The chiming effect of the alliterations serves in
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    • thrown upward into configurations of thought, is what we can admire
    • – as alliteration. In this there is a beauty that is peculiar
    • generations.
    • simplest ratio, when we attend to the resonance of breathing and
    • By way of illustration – not
    • The ratio of the Spectator’s
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    • entire configuration of the verse, he must again make good what is
    • inwardly eurythmic, the imaginative and musical configuration of
    • explorations extend into the hidden depths of his view of the
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    • artist. It is the collaboration, the wonderful interaction between
    • blood-circulation. In a mature man the ratio expressed in the
    • relation between respiration and pulse beat is an average one to
    • poetry ultimately rests on this ratio between breathing, as
    • conform either to respiration or to the circulation of the blood:
    • but rather the ratio between the two. The configuration of
    • certain ratio to one another, essentially similar to that between
    • first three verse-feet and the caesura stand in a mutual ratio of
    • four to one. The hexameter repeats this ratio of
    • true understanding of the close collaboration between the
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    • ALLITERATION
    • Permit me to turn now to a consideration of
    • about the art of poetry by means of an illustration. It must,
    • however, be more than an illustration: it should point to the
    • their alliterations.
    • speech. We might say that alliteration and terminal rhyme are
    • state of innocence that we have in alliteration; and that they
    • alliteration.
    • century Wilhelm Jordan tried, as you know, to revive alliteration,
    • alliteration spoken; in particular, I have heard it done by his
    • brother. All the same, I think it best to speak the alliteration
    • alliteration holds its place in the whole field of poetic creation,
    • from the language with his alliteration. And in these hard times,
    • former times through a revival of alliteration. Let us now conclude
    •  [Modern English efforts in alliteration
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    • cultivated with the utmost intensity: on the one hand an exaggeration
    • exaggeration of the Jesus-Principle a great and dangerous error in
    • Jesuitism. In Jesuitism we encounter a dangerous exaggeration of the
    • Jesuitism signifies a dangerous exaggeration of the Jesus-Principle.
    • exact consideration of every age of cognition compels us to realise
    • directly from a rational observation of the world. And if looking
    • Imagination, Inspiration, and Intuition, but always so that he could
    • exaggeration to the Jesus-Principle, is that the intention of the
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    • came as though by inspiration to the thought of repeated earth-lives. So
    • necessity, into modern life. It has to be taken into consideration, but
    • also those for concentration in thinking, for meditation — all
    • and concentration we are always directed not to dogma but to the
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    • without special clairvoyant preparation, more and more persons will
    • concentration and other exercises will occur. As we have often said,
    • preparation, we now have the significant fact that Christ becomes the
    • a quite definite event in the moment following the separation of the
    • made the greatest preparations, evident from the fact that two human
    • Churches, but has also absorbed nothing of modern rationalism. As
    • preparation for the Christ who from the twentieth century onwards
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    • distinct consciousness of these facts, and in preparation for the
    • world history, without the preparation that was necessary for human
    • words of the interrogator are not a declaration but a question. How
    • gradually prepared, and this preparation takes place in such a way
    • conditioned by preparation that the secret, the mystery, rises up
    • imparted without further preparation because men were not ripe to
    • preparation for the souls that in the near future are to experience
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    • handed down through the following generations what he, as a righteous
    • the handing on of the form through the generations was what concerned
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    • action of ours, through the relationships of human generation lines
    • the disintegration of water into hydrogen and oxygen. In death this
    • for its complete configuration could never derive from them alone. To
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    • process. For if the disintegration of the body — preceded by
    • the defective Phantom, given over to deterioration. No one had ever
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    • intimates this again by tracing the sequence of generations back
    • existence the greatest possible preparations had been made.
    • disintegration. But where the Luciferic influences had been kept
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    • a collaboration of atoms. If we try to think of Christ in this
    • people knew that this interpenetration of matter with spirit, as it
    • concentration and all that we learn as the knowledge of higher
    • endless admiration — and succeeded only in losing the Bible.
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    • preparation for it. The individual will no longer believe: ‘What
    • everything had to take the form of a childlike preparation. Men could
    • Other laws come into consideration, and they do not depend upon
    • physical body, but the preparation for the Christ-Event does so
    • could be accomplished, so must the preparation be made here in the
    • physical world, the preparation to look with full understanding, with
    • going through this preparation, and the purpose of all
    • All this preparation
    • preparation of an evolution of this kind we must look at a much
    • Ben Pandira worked in preparation for the Christ-Event by training
    • at that time in preparation for the Christ-Event was re-embodied
    • preparation for the future evolution of humanity. Occult research
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    • counter-forces, the forces of karma, were not in operation.
    • actually a transformation, an elaboration carried out unconsciously,
    • configuration — for karma must be worked out on the earth. That man
    • the faculty of perception in the spiritual world; the preparation must
    • as spiritual science puts into effect the inspiration, the power
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    • influence. The aim of all the preparation undergone by the guardians
    • who were able, through the preparation they had undergone, to pierce
    • himself from the spiritual hosts of heaven after the separation of the
    • sun, whereas Ahriman had already broken away before the separation of
    • rear of the migrations from West to East, who had been less affected
    • earth before the separation of the sun.
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    • Theosophical Society to make preparations for life in the Sixth Race.
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    • Inspiration and Intuition. A lower form of Intuition suffices when it
    • as the Transfiguration. Jesus went with His disciples Peter, John and
    • the Transfiguration the three disciples, Peter, James and John were
    • Transfiguration we first come to what is significant. It is the actual
    • The Transfiguration, however, comes at the end of Buddha's life,
    • their countenances in veneration and laid themselves at the feet of
    • sub-race and of the beginnings of a new configuration of the world,
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    • God.” They experienced it through the preparation they had
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    • not only that of the separation of the sexes.
    • approaching the mode of mode of knowledge known as true Inspiration.
    • religions have sprung from Inspiration. True, the early form of
    • Inspiration was not so conscious as that to which we must now attain,
    • living inspiration and revelation from the spirit in the immediate
    • Imagination, and thence to Inspiration. If he re-acquires all that
    • flows down from the inspirations of a spiritual world into human
    • through Inspiration it will be known in truth that the Christ was the
    • be rediscovered. Inspiration must again impart a truly
    • when the path from outer objective knowledge to Inspiration is found
    • once again, true religion will flow from Inspiration and modern man
    • and divine. The attainment of Inspiration thus rebuilds the bridge
    • to-day must take on a new form and lead us through Inspiration and
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    • human aims and aspirations, and the question, “In what
    • admiration for the spiritual greatness of Greece is linked with the
    • of that cultivation of abstractions which later led to the separation
    • the inspiration behind the Vedas? What he practised was fundamentally
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    • seven years. (I will take an extreme illustration for the sake of
    • age of rationalism and intellectualism has forgotten all these
    • of inspiration. And it is this that modern civilization will not
    • we may say: Greek education may fill us with admiration but it cannot
    • be preserved in written form, living from generation to generation as
    • from generation to generation by the priesthood who preserved the
    • a few words and postpone until to-morrow's lecture the consideration
    • consideration the earliest Nature-life of the child. We in our day
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    • to Inspiration — the actual perception of the purely spiritual
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    • Preparation for this has, however, been going on since the fifteenth
    • feel and realize nowadays that alteration must be made in education.
    • movement and configuration a reflection of the whole man. Dental
    • the whole being of man, you should go to the demonstration of
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    • separation between spirit, soul and body. Everything from without is
    • physical condition of the next generation, as evinced by its gravest
    • defects, is a faithful copy of the preceding generation. When we
    • in the making of our toys we were to take into consideration what the
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    • no attention is given to the consideration of the state of sleep,
    • about that there is little inclination to take into consideration the
    • shows us that we must conceive of this co-operation of spirit and
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    • speak to him, and at this age he must feel no separation between
    • connection with the configuration of the earth. The child should feel the
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    • organization perceptible only to Inspiration, the next stage of
    • are merely terms.) Inspiration gives insight into the so-called
    • vibrations persist during sleep. On the other hand, history and such
    • setting in vibration of the body of formative forces. This body needs
    • will continually perfect the vibrations without the need of
    • century is represented by three or four generations. The line of
    • generations running backwards from the twentieth century brings him
    • finally to his very early ancestors. Thus the sixtieth generation
    • generations. Another element too must pervade the teaching of
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    • is in his life of thought and feeling no sense of separation between
    • a way that as yet he makes no distinction or separation between
    • that the child is able to form a rational, intellectual
    • technical chemistry, of the preparation and manufacture of colours
    • the last sixty or seventy years the outer configuration of
    • configuration of the vascular system, that the child is affected not
    • This again is irrational, for it means nothing else than that in some
    • instinctively, but to apply rational rules in speech. It is nonsense,
    • before this age, therefore, is absolutely irrational.
    • over gradually from an instinctive acquiring of language to the rational
    • the latter case right preparation has been made and the Gospels will
    • blind rationalistic Christianity, but towards promoting a true
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    • abstract concepts, concepts built up by the rationalizing intellect, are
    • the more simple operations with numbers up to ten or twenty, let us
    • imagine that reforms can be introduced into education by the reiteration
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    • whole man must be taken into consideration when it is a
    • separation may be observed, perhaps most of all in the most
    • administration in economic affairs. They form intentions.
    • of inspiration must be drawn from spiritual science if today we
    • 21st year the separation becomes much more defined and then
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    • operation. Well, he did not follow my advice and the operation
    • operation, which was extremely successful, as such operations
    • of things which are certainly worthy of admiration, but which
    • follow the course of his life after death. A deep penetration
    • into Schiller's soul after death reveals manifold inspirations
    • into consideration both spirit and body and are thus able to
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    • operations through stamping with their hooves. I have not seen
    • illustration.
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    • think about the plant without taking into consideration the
    • consideration of the animal world; and we must do this in such
    • pushed here and there in order to make the operations of
    • the whole of human life into consideration the following
    • when we take this into consideration. Today people who do not
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    • Everything perceived through imagination, inspiration and
    • very seldom necessary — to make some alteration in the
    • does not consist only of the administration of the school, but
    • given earlier; concentration is possible. Then, after about 4
    • penetration into human nature one often finds that one has to
    • rationalistic way: “What shall I do” but is able to
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    • rationalistic ideas, he already has enough understanding to
    • rationalistic age. Nothing that is merely thought out should
    • demonstration of what they had learned at school in their
    • children's eurythmy demonstration was given first place, with
    • demonstration what is really intended and what actually
    • underlies anthroposophy and eurythmy. Such a demonstration only
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    • learnt, should have his potato ration gradually decreased, then
    • each existing by and for itself. In our time this separation
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    • you get a ratio of 4:1. Of course this varies individually in
    • musical structure. The ratio 4:1 is the expression of something
    • configuration is such that they are developed out of the motor
    • generations following one after the other in the course of a
    • hundred years. We can show these 3 or 4 generations by
    • present age, and behind them the course of the generations in a
    • generations, let us say 44 generations. If therefore you were
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    • although in point of fact some preparation for it may already
    • given to the rising generation. Just as someone who knows
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    • image, but an illustration, which we understand and believe to
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    • admiration, of wonder, of reverence: the a. If we have
    • veneration would be expressed by this sound. The sound, as you
    • great veneration — whereas it is absent from Occidental
    • veneration is not their strongest point.
    • his admiration, from his astonishment.
    • necessary inspiration for teaching and education. We cannot, in
    • consideration of vowels and consonants. This feeling must
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    • vivifying dead substance, to protect from total expiration that
    • art. Naturally there are continually arising aspirations,
    • justified aspirations, to unite the musical with the
    • with 104 illustrations. The Philosophical-Anthroposophical
    • performance, which also included demonstrations by our Dornach
    • introduce our Eurhythmy demonstrations, I have often drawn
    • this can confer on it the right consecration, and in receiving
    • this consecration it is really transformed into a kind of
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    • by a certain reverence for the previous generation. However
    • reverence, with respect, to what the older generations have
    • very well from simple, primitive illustrations how to
    • kind of healing or restoration of the soul's being must take
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    • discussion of the preparation of lessons. Our discussion has an
    • administration, but it laid down even the spelling by law. It
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    • the heretical declaration that, in as far as this theory is
    • state of his soul in 1912 was such that the preparation for his
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    • himself towards that end, he won Schiller's great admiration
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    • historical forces. I showed you in an illustration how the sway
    • paper for a short duration of the current and a dash for a long
    • duration. The strip of paper is run through rollers. For
    • an object of intellectual consideration. You really do not need
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    • consideration of such facts is part of the economy of teaching.
    • process, which is a good preparation for the other, is not
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    • demonstration of complicated processes. I think that Herr Molt
    • generations before us as our models, there were better
    • you experience agonies of exasperation that things are written
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    • proceeds from a rationalized knowledge of how to take personal
    • consideration. At every turn it is possible to intermingle for
    • the actual power of discernment, the rational,
    • illustration are a very pronounced by-product of the
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    • if you are educating him rationalistically, because you are coercing
    • then you will give to all your education the necessary consecration,
    • for without this consecration it is impossible to educate at all.
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    • certain alterations; but these are immaterial in comparison with the
    • nature. Through the co-operation of these two, substances and forces
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    • achieved in the first generation but will certainly be attained in
    • following generations, with the result that all culture will soon
    • and conscious repetition. This must be taken into consideration. And
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    • relationship to will to fructify our consideration of the rest of the
    • feeling. We have not yet given this much consideration, but today, by
    • immediately enters into his consideration of the finer shades of
    • But when we form a judgment something else comes into consideration
    • co-operation of feeling. Therefore, we must say that Brentano and
    • preparation for the practical reforms you will have to undertake, then
    • But let us keep to the consideration of the eye and ear. They perform
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    • as it is now called, a consideration of the human being as he appears
    • view you must return again and again to the separation of man's soul
    • penetration which is proper to feeling can only be experienced by you
    • what has been called “Inspiration,” inspired —
    • consciousness. The “Inspirations” spoken of in my book
    • inspirations deep within the feeling life of every man is lifted, in
    • And when especially gifted people speak of their inspirations they
    • death these unconscious inspirations reflect world processes which we
    • inspirations, and it comes up again out of intuitions (arrow 2). But
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    • do in Imagination, Inspiration and Intuition. But spiritual
    • process is going on, vibrations in the light ether or waves in the
    • which is caused by the physical process (for example by the vibration
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    • so on. There is this quick alternation in vibrations between waking
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    • extracts, for which I had first shown you the preparation; this
    • preparation rested entirely on the assumption that one describes
    • demonstrations or showing of set examples will be of any help. It is
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    • Consideration of Body. Spherical (Sun) form of head. Moon form of
    • say that vibrations of the air are outside and that man perceives
    • sounds within: how the vibrations of the air are connected with the
    • doing it handed on to succeeding generations an incomplete knowledge
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    • and configuration. But whilst the head is occupied during this time in
    • conglomeration of parts.
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    • these anthropological, anthroposophical considerations.
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    • all its outer shapes, all its outer configuration is essentially a
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    • me say — open to-day to scientific demonstration. There is a
    • when the human being seeks out the rational and logical aspect in all
    • what we say. Unconsciously the child takes up as an inspiration what
    • wonderful, unconscious inspiration, which holds sway in the whole life
    • continuous process of inspiration. To do this we' must acquire still
    • Inspiration itself. And when we have led the child on its way as far
    • as in the other two to Intuition and Inspiration. And we now have to
    • teachers to work from out of Imagination, Inspiration and Intuition
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    • time. And this means that one has to take into consideration the whole
    • treatment and treats everything rationally. So much so that we have
    • man who thinks like this, on rational grounds, is not concerning
    • not taking life into consideration; for instance, he is not
    • terribly hard for our rationalistic age to grasp. It is surely obvious
    • perfection and we have every admiration for it and intend no
    • circulation, in their marvellous relation-ship to one another. The ratio
    • metabolic process which has a different mode of operation from that of
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    • we give him the right preparation during the rhythmic period of his
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    • the teacher, and this is an important con-sideration. As we now have
    • the eurhythmy demonstration that we also introduce eurhythmy into
    • demands on the preparation the teachers have to do. One must do as
    • in preparation so as to make the most economical use of the time.
    • the time of instruction by means of suitable preparation beforehand.
    • preparation for the writing and reading which is to be derived
    • operations of mathematics are not foreign to human faculty in the way
    • small illustration of the principles of arithmetic teaching. It is
    • considerateness, moderation. And one's moral likes and dislikes
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    • conception of the build of a human being, of man's inner configuration
    • illustration. A normal child of 8 or 9 of any type moves his limbs
    • illustration for the sake of clarity. Suppose we find difficulty in
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    • something for the next generation. And since it happened that Emil
    • this child by taking into consideration his whole heredity and
    • The lesson must be a preparation for life. Now among these exhibits
    • (Showing illustrations of wood-carving by children of the Waldorf
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    • and the educational value of eurhythmy for the child. In illustration
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    • quickened growing, there has been a preparation in the organism, which
    • separation, this eliminating of substance, he experiences his
    • to take the other view into consideration, that all that is necessary
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    • more comes into consideration. In “O” one should feel not
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    • developed as the form involved in consonantal movement consideration
    • — it is necessary to take into consideration whether the human
    • into consideration, one can carry on from here to form a mental picture
    • leaving the vibrations of the R in the background and bringing the
    • to rest. It is a wave rather than a vibration that comes to expression.
    • into consideration. Thus I must say that when man utters the O he actually
    • first in growth, in the forming of man, in his configuration, become
    • must also taken into consideration that one can fight, not alone through
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    • a proper recuperation. But that isn't true at all! If a person does
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    • take into consideration that all these things of which we have spoken
    • the other person, this exerting of one's concentration on him combined
    • accord with the feeling of veneration. It encompasses all that which
    • the feeling of veneration actually effects in the organism. The effect
    • on the human organism of the feeling of veneration, when it is habitual,
    • capacity for veneration inherent in them become more capable of resistance
    • to veneration, to the gift or capacity for reverence makes children
    • which we have described today carried out by children in moderation
    • as well in moderation and to develop them in such a way that they could
    • by those matters which would otherwise come into consideration. I do
    • judgment in a ratio of three to two or of two to three — one
    • consideration.
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    • hygienic-therapeutic and eurythmy. Today we want to take into consideration
    • consideration physiologically. That is the first matter of importance.
    • which belong to the rhythmic system are stimulated to respiration and
    • should be taken into consideration in an advanced civilization. However
    • our consideration of eurythmy as such here. Tomorrow there will be two
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    • in the following illustration).
    • in the illustration) and that which takes it up through respiration
    • the first illustration and to the chart which follows).
    • encountering the process of secretion, it becomes inspiration. And when
    • inspiration develops further in the direction of the formative forces,
    • to inspiration and to intuition.
    • Inspiration
    • imagination, inspiration and intuition always has its counter-activity
    • in the plastic phenomena of growth. If we ascend to inspiration, we come
    • should appear, they can later be taken into special consideration as the
    • imagination. We could have to do with a deficiency of objective inspiration
    • system, the objective inspiration which goes inwards does not encounter
    • or of Saint Theresa, are the inspirational reflexes of processes arising
    • undue proliferation.
    • the therapeutic eurythmy exercises be reinforced by rational breathing
    • rational breathing exercises, as a reinforcement of the eurythmic
    • respiration arises of its own accord under the influence of the vowels in
    • personal aspirations. People will make it difficult, but it must be
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    • can say that when one refrains in the right manner from exaggeration
    • the most intimate collaboration with a doctor. The attitude which spiritual
    • by inhalation. You must take inhalation into consideration here in its
    • must be studied in such a way that respiration is taken into consideration.
    • you take into consideration that the whole system of curative eurythmy
    • whole human being into consideration in such matters. Again and again it
    • happens that the entire human being is taken too little into consideration.
    • into consideration. How often one hears: this person has an irregularly
    • to take the total human being into consideration one would have to say:
    • be taken into consideration.
    • to consciousness, in order that, as I have already said, this concentration
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    • make this the opportunity for the inauguration of a new art of
    • responsible for its inauguration must long have left their work in
    • could only receive its inspiration through a purely Anthroposophical
    • admiration when clothed in philosophical terms and concepts.
    • should so choose. It would be just as rational to say that the freedom
    • inspiration which he is striving to embody in form, so, the chief
    • concern of the poet is the embodiment of his poetic inspiration in
    • demonstration of Eurythmy, the performers on the stage are continually
    • demonstration, anyone who would regard beauty of face as an essential
    • any way be taken into consideration.
    • physical body into consideration also; but, in the case of Eurythmy,
    • all that we can now see when witnessing a Eurythmy demonstration.
    • when you witness the performance; for a practical demonstration is,
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    • the best preparation for later attacks of appendicitis, they would be
    • them, they drip with perspiration and they can't make it. Someone has
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    • inspiration, and the occult experience of major and minor modes.
    • to a blind person following an operation to restore his sight, so the
    • meditation, concentration, and so forth, he begins to develop his
    • music on the human being. This is the configuration of the human
    • permeated with the vibrations of the Devachanic realm; he has these
    • man has absorbed these vibrations, they enable him to work from his
    • brought these vibrations of Devachan along with him, man can convey
    • them to his etheric body, which then resonates with these vibrations.
    • same elements, on spiritual tone and spiritual vibrations. The
    • reverberate. From this reverberation a person experiences pleasure,
    • opposed the vibrations of the sentient body.
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    • inspiration, and the occult experience of major and minor modes.
    • generations, and eight of the family members were mathematicians of
    • words. All true inspiration originates on this plane, and in this
    • In particular, the separation of the astral body
    • the musical element, the cooperation of sentient soul and sentient
    • sleep with the inner vibrations to intensify these tones and to
    • home. The vibrations flowing through the spiritual world are felt in
    • thrill it with vibrations of purest joy and sublime spirituality,
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    • inspiration, and the occult experience of major and minor modes.
    • handed down through the generations just as mathematical talent was
    • configuration of the ear. All musical talent is meaningless if a
    • handed down from generation to generation. We thus have a musical
    • is handed down from one generation to another, so are the structural
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    • inspiration, and the occult experience of major and minor modes.
    • inhalation, inspiration, something in pre-earthly existence that we
    • expression through tone and word to the cosmological considerations
    • equilibrium and the configuration of earthly forces determine its
    • passing from imaginative cognition to cognition through inspiration —
    • inspiration, a new element begins to express itself, namely the
    • lives in the air. The scientific concept, however, that the vibration
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    • inspiration, and the occult experience of major and minor modes.
    • the tones we ordinarily take into consideration have as their medium
    • vibrations of the astral body enter in. Now we reach a climactic
    • the vibration being below in the etheric body — and we arrive
    • experience major and minor moods in preparation for what is to come
    • it exhibits a particular number of vibrations — and is no
    • this leads us to say that only a truly irrational understanding —
    • an understanding of the human being beyond the rational — will
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    • inspiration, and the occult experience of major and minor modes.
    • we must take the other aspects of music into consideration if we wish
    • connection between pulse and breath, the ratio of eighteen breaths
    • ratio of 1:4 naturally can be modified in any number of ways; it can
    • knows what inspiration is. Finally, one who fully experiences
    • experience of the sixth is that of inspiration with clairvoyance. The
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    • picture to yourselves the human configuration at that time, as
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    • aberration.
    • — this portion of humanity, while in process of preparation
    • considerations, as I said, occupied an important place in
    • facilitate penetration into the nature of the spiritual world.
    • becomes comprehensible only when we take into consideration the fact
    • this preparation — in order, later on, when humanity has
    • case when forces generated by violent deaths are put into operation
    • the normal, legitimate way — through genuine Inspiration.
    • capacities and are especially qualified to assist in the preparation
    • moreover, achieves evolution. Considerations as to whether any
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    • it by material considerations. The individual has to be trained, so to
    • deliberation of the actual moves that the other player will make later
    • nations may vote in a kind of World Court of Arbitration on what has
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    • consideration would be labouring under a complete misapprehension.
    • is the stage of Inspiration, and the third is the stage of
    • the objects, then, through the preparation he has undergone and the
    • Inspiration. He then has actual intercourse with these beings. They
    • they are. Inspiration is therefore a higher stage of knowledge than
    • soul-and-spirit at the stage of Inspiration than can be learnt
    • super-sensible worlds: Imagination, Inspiration and Intuition.
    • attainable through Inspiration and Intuition remain hidden from the
    • stages of Inspiration and Intuition. But what would not be
    • Imagination on the one hand and Inspiration and Intuition on the
    • Inspiration and Intuition’, they made themselves capable of
    • advance to Inspiration and Intuition, lives in a world of
    • spiritual perception were open to Inspiration and Intuition. For
    • Inspiration and Intuition alone can give such certainty in regard to
    • leads the path — towards a definite goal! Without Inspiration it
    • lead them at once to Inspiration or, if possible, to Intuition. Such
    • co-operation. Each individual who had renounced the faculty of
    • a truly wonderful co-operation within the Mysteries. There were
    • word into their souls through Inspiration. And so the one could
    • supplement them with what he himself knows through Inspiration.
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    • and transgressors. Whereas much preparation is necessary before the
    • inspiration to the most childlike of men. All that remains childlike
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    • of preparation is required to grasp the essence of Buddhism. Its
    • preparation through Anthroposophy. We know that when a man dies his
    • co-operation of the physical body — although not actually
    • liberation from elements enslaving it from past lives.
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    • incorporation in a higher Being such as Buddha in his Nirmanakaya.
    • twenty-first years certain powers not in operation before make their
    • corroboration is forthcoming of what is to be read in the Bible and
    • preparation for the Earth's mission. During the Lemurian epoch man
    • only after the separation of the Moon that the possibility arose for
    • reappear in a new incarnation. But before the separation of the Moon
    • There were periods before the separation of the Moon when these
    • the Moon was separating from the Earth. This separation made it possible
    • available before the separation of the Moon. Then, by degrees, all
    • necessarily to be transmitted through the generations, but the
    • ‘son of God’. The sequence of generations is traced back
    • generations and unbroken sequence be maintained until the last
    • from the physically oldest generations of mankind but was also, in a
    • the generations.
    • a child had been born from the line of generations — a child
    • people there was a line of generations descending from David. We learn
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    • illustration of one most significant fusion of the spiritual streams
    • necessarily entailed slow and gradual preparation. We have heard how
    • presented in the Eightfold Path — this being an enumeration of
    • into operation until the last months before birth and then only
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    • withdraws and inspiration comes from the Spirit. In certain ecstatic,
    • unconscious states such a being is responsive to the inspirations from
    • operation all the forces present in the normal course of life. In the
    • as more than an inspiration; it had an actual formative effect upon
    • inspiration into the Ego of John the Baptist. That which manifested
    • under the inspiration of the Buddha and it is like a continuation of
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    • Earth evolution, from the time of the separation of the Sun until the
    • But preparation had to be made in the evolution of humanity to ensure
    • himself so sublime a Being. Such preparation had to be made. Before a
    • where the poet has given an indication of his Rosicrucian inspiration,
    • preparations had been necessary. That is the mystery of the Baptism
    • fill etheric space inasmuch as they send their vibrations through the
    • of the actual thought-vibrations. The inner essence of all our thoughts,
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    • and thereby upon the body, resulting in restoration of health. And
    • impetus for penetration into the physical world. In respect of the
    • deterioration or even harm. But these states are only transitional
    • streams previously flowing in separation over the Earth.
    • of love and compassion as a token for coming generations of human
    • expiration of the old era. If the entry of the Christ-principle into
    • beings in whom the old state of separation between the etheric and
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    • 16:8 And the lord commended the unjust steward, because he had done wisely: for the children of this world are in their generation wiser than the children of light. \
    • are in their generation wiser than the children of light.’ This is
    • their generation wiser than the children of light?’ ‘In their
    • generation’ stands in all the different translations of the Bible.
    • and do so to this very day — with ‘generations’, because
    • Christ worked in co-operation, and the exposition given has been
    • supreme illustration of the power of ‘healing through the
    • (O generatioMatt. XII, 34.)
    • O generatioMatt. XII, 34,
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    • with the vision of Imagination and Inspiration could say about the
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    • and every necessary preparation made; then a condition lasting for
    • (This is an evil generatioLuke XI, 29.)
    • (See The queen of the south shall rise up in the judgment with the men of this generatioLuke XI, 31.)
    • preparation, He could expect some measure of understanding: ‘Of a
    • these words in the Gospel comes the scene of the Transfiguration,
    • themselves. The event of the Transfiguration was to be a beginning
    • (See O faithless and perverse generatioLuke IX, 41.)
    • who had come to testify of the spiritual worlds. Special preparation
    • kind of preparation was now necessary in order to understand what was
    • — a new preparation which was to pave the way for a new
    • their special preparation. The other Evangelists are concerned with
    • through by the inspiration of Love. And then the increasing knowledge
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    • human beings unite on a soul level with the generations at the end of
    • line of preceding generations. The majority of souls nowadays look
    • aspirations.
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    • so on. These were pretty theoretical considerations. And everyone
    • exaggeration to say that it was not easy at the turn of the century
    • At the inauguration of the German Section I delivered a cycle of
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    • preparation in order to prevent misunderstanding. Even so, it is now
    • demonstration that there is something in the depths of human nature
    • generations, but encompasses a true understanding of cosmic
    • contemporary which merited the concentration of ones ideas, feelings
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    • what they had been taught at school, for rationalism and
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    • administration of the society in general began to take up a lot of
    • which appeared in 1902. But the elaboration, as it were, of an
    • personal aspirations, purely personal sympathies and antipathies, are
    • inspiration from profound spiritual sources — that was
    • purely on personal considerations. Such things demonstrate how the
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    • deliberations. Clearly that will have to include drawing the
    • theoretical considerations. Anyone who argues that this book is not
    • life in their considerations, to incorporate what is springing up and
    • against a background of illustrations from modern civilization. When
    • we should once again make ringing declarations, set up programmes,
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    • known in its totality, on the one hand through a consideration of his
    • inherited from the earliest days of human thinking and aspiration, is
    • and die: the duration of their life-cycle is a single year. We see,
    • simply transfer the method of sense-perception to his exploration of
    • materialist can never feel such deep admiration and respect for the
    • admiration. But in real life this knowledge can take us only to a
    • form and was capable of spontaneous generation. But despite all
    • owed their inspiration to the Mystery teachings. Their knowledge of
    • undertake and then only after long preparation. What every schoolboy
    • the external world, so deserving of admiration, into a renewed
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    • with the duration of a single revolution of the Earth on its axis. At
    • so amongst those who received their inspiration from the
    • can not only practise concentration and meditation, as
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    • an expression of reverence, of adoration even towards the universe,
    • pain, are polarities which illustrate the aberrations of
    • concentration upon iron and we feel that we are no longer the same
    • adequate preparation, we suffer a near total swoon, scarcely
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    • but came to him through inspiration. Just as we realize today that we
    • self-confidence, for example, and exercises in concentration upon
    • belong to the younger generation which is in active revolt against
    • this life, growth and proliferation. How different was a science that
    • factor must also be taken into consideration. Let us assume —
    • configuration of the leaves and stems, of the whole nature-kingdom
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    • that he describes, all that came to him through the inspiration of
    • depends therefore, in the first instance, upon the obliteration of
    • development today. The administration of metallic potentization to
    • generation to generation. The spiritual being who existed in former
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    • concentration and meditation in the manner already indicated. But if
    • they quit the body, the vibration continues. But the day experiences,
    • continued vibrations of the astral body. The individual is caught up
    • reminiscences and after-vibrations that still persist. He suppresses,
    • Moreover through concentration, meditation and the development
    • after-vibrations from the physical and etheric bodies. When he enters
    • the dictates of the intellect and to rationalize everything. We must
    • Ego-organization. The after-vibrations and reminiscences from
    • dreamless sleep. The purpose of concentration and meditation is to
    • slumber through meditation and concentration. The otherwise
    • to awaken in man a new spirituality. And preparation for
    • meditation, concentration or some other spiritual exercises, either
    • the memory-pictures. The forces of Inspiration now become operative,
    • Inspiration we have reached a point when we no longer conjure up
    • our eyes and ears. In the world of Inspiration we make use of the
    • have made the necessary preparations we shall be able to
    • consciousness that has achieved Inspiration and so become inner power
    • between birth and the seventh year become inspirational vision,
    • and puberty, are transformed into inspirational vision, we experience
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    • Inspiration through which he can raise his consciousness step by step
    • gave stimulus to his inspiration. When “Jacob Boehme
    • beings accompanied the Moon after its separation and later became
    • expiration, the aeriform element that emanates from man. All these
    • writing, the watery element in skin evaporation, the aeriform element
    • in skin expiration. One must remember that man breathes perpetually
    • these Moon beings. Man is judged by the configuration of his
    • of special incense-burning and aromas, and the preparation of
    • Michael age. And this must be taken into special consideration in
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    • fascination he has for others. Indeed its operations are more perfect
    • course is of long duration, but these poisonous plants have the seeds
    • inspiration whilst he was in his bath. He made the following
    • conscious cooperation with these beings who enter in after the manner
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    • here we moved on to a consideration of further states of
    • latter state an after-vibration of his experiences in the etheric and
    • concentration, the weft of dream life can be interwoven with
    • instructed men through Inspiration and laid the foundations of the
    • conscious deliberation, to introduce a note of caution where
    • knows nothing of configurations and material forms which express and
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    • deeper penetration into the world of dream on the one hand, and on
    • draws near to us. The whole process is a preparation for experiencing
    • knowledge into spiritual penetration into the human organisation. In
    • could be discussed, we needed the co-operation of a medical
    • activity of generations of Gods.
    • Inspiration. Then we return to the Sun once more with the
    • consciousness of Inspiration.
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    • the sensory world, and the rational information derived from the
    • consideration, but only the separate organs in the manner described
    • we grow into the configuration of the fifth, we reach the boundary of
    • this musical configuration as pure music.
    • the configuration of the tones man will be able to conjure forth an
    • achieved through anthroposophical inspiration if mankind does
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    • known in its totality, on the one hand through a consideration of his
    • inherited from the earliest days of human thinking and aspiration, is
    • and die: the duration of their life-cycle is a single year. We see,
    • simply transfer the method of sense-perception to his exploration of
    • materialist can never feel such deep admiration and respect for the
    • admiration. But in real life this knowledge can take us only to a
    • form and was capable of spontaneous generation. But despite all
    • owed their inspiration to the Mystery teachings. Their knowledge of
    • undertake and then only after long preparation. What every schoolboy
    • the external world, so deserving of admiration, into a renewed
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    • with the duration of a single revolution of the Earth on its axis. At
    • so amongst those who received their inspiration from the
    • can not only practise concentration and meditation, as
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    • an expression of reverence, of adoration even towards the universe,
    • pain, are polarities which illustrate the aberrations of
    • concentration upon iron and we feel that we are no longer the same
    • adequate preparation, we suffer a near total swoon, scarcely
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    • but came to him through inspiration. Just as we realize today that we
    • self-confidence, for example, and exercises in concentration upon
    • belong to the younger generation which is in active revolt against
    • this life, growth and proliferation. How different was a science that
    • factor must also be taken into consideration. Let us assume —
    • configuration of the leaves and stems, of the whole nature-kingdom
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    • that he describes, all that came to him through the inspiration of
    • depends therefore, in the first instance, upon the obliteration of
    • development today. The administration of metallic potentization to
    • generation to generation. The spiritual being who existed in former
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    • concentration and meditation in the manner already indicated. But if
    • they quit the body, the vibration continues. But the day experiences,
    • continued vibrations of the astral body. The individual is caught up
    • reminiscences and after-vibrations that still persist. He suppresses,
    • Moreover through concentration, meditation and the development
    • after-vibrations from the physical and etheric bodies. When he enters
    • the dictates of the intellect and to rationalize everything. We must
    • Ego-organization. The after-vibrations and reminiscences from
    • dreamless sleep. The purpose of concentration and meditation is to
    • slumber through meditation and concentration. The otherwise
    • to awaken in man a new spirituality. And preparation for
    • meditation, concentration or some other spiritual exercises, either
    • the memory-pictures. The forces of Inspiration now become operative,
    • Inspiration we have reached a point when we no longer conjure up
    • our eyes and ears. In the world of Inspiration we make use of the
    • have made the necessary preparations we shall be able to
    • consciousness that has achieved Inspiration and so become inner power
    • between birth and the seventh year become inspirational vision,
    • and puberty, are transformed into inspirational vision, we experience
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    • Inspiration through which he can raise his consciousness step by step
    • gave stimulus to his inspiration. When “Jacob Boehme
    • beings accompanied the Moon after its separation and later became
    • expiration, the aeriform element that emanates from man. All these
    • writing, the watery element in skin evaporation, the aeriform element
    • in skin expiration. One must remember that man breathes perpetually
    • these Moon beings. Man is judged by the configuration of his
    • of special incense-burning and aromas, and the preparation of
    • Michael age. And this must be taken into special consideration in
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    • fascination he has for others. Indeed its operations are more perfect
    • course is of long duration, but these poisonous plants have the seeds
    • inspiration whilst he was in his bath. He made the following
    • conscious cooperation with these beings who enter in after the manner
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    • here we moved on to a consideration of further states of
    • latter state an after-vibration of his experiences in the etheric and
    • concentration, the weft of dream life can be interwoven with
    • instructed men through Inspiration and laid the foundations of the
    • conscious deliberation, to introduce a note of caution where
    • knows nothing of configurations and material forms which express and
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    • deeper penetration into the world of dream on the one hand, and on
    • draws near to us. The whole process is a preparation for experiencing
    • knowledge into spiritual penetration into the human organisation. In
    • could be discussed, we needed the co-operation of a medical
    • activity of generations of Gods.
    • Inspiration. Then we return to the Sun once more with the
    • consciousness of Inspiration.
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    • the sensory world, and the rational information derived from the
    • consideration, but only the separate organs in the manner described
    • we grow into the configuration of the fifth, we reach the boundary of
    • this musical configuration as pure music.
    • the configuration of the tones man will be able to conjure forth an
    • achieved through anthroposophical inspiration if mankind does
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    • he can be separated. A separation has already taken place in
    • by the saturation of the world by modern technology. Man is
    • considerations is that, because of our technological
    • the configuration of language. When the ‘I’
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    • considerations I shall be speaking to you about the important
    • beginning. But as a basis for these considerations it will be
    • more theoretical considerations and continue tomorrow with
    • consideration that the human being consists of seven members
    • third really corresponds to the incorporation of the astral
    • cosmos is taken into consideration. This is still the case
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    • are necessary as a preparation for the subject, we can begin
    • inner experience to initiation. Conquest and liberation,
    • of liberation. But long, long before the human being enters
    • observe how we are entering upon a consideration of the
    • and liberation that will impel the soul to express in tonal
    • can provide inspiration for artistic creativity and for many
    • creating inspiration for the art of painting.
    • inspirations and intuitions for the creation of music and yet
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    • can foresee a time when an artist's preparation will mean a
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    • interpenetration of the fine arts and their forms by musical
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    • preparation in advance. We know that the human being was
    • higher hierarchies took part in the preparation of humanity.
    • at all as yet. These beings are a preparation for the ones
    • unborn children is the cause of the deterioration of the
    • generation succession, which are not as they would be if
    • preparation for Jupiter, so that man's successor on the human
    • we call thought concentration will come naturally to
    • concentration exercise, we did not attempt to do something
    • consideration. If, for instance, I have ever said that the
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    • all we have the interpenetration of the two dome motifs,
    • done with the help of Herr Englert. The interpenetration of
    • is contained in this interpenetration of the two dome motifs;
    • because we have succeeded in achieving this interpenetration
    • of the double dome motifs. So we have this interpenetration
    • interpenetration and separate the dome motifs, we move
    • taken into consideration — for we shall know, when we
    • incentive for really acquiring imagination, inspiration and
    • into the realms that open up to imaginative, inspirational
    • circulating to the senses, and it is only the inspirations
    • experiences an inspirational world full of music of the
    • along the hard path of meditation and concentration described in
    • us to selfless co-operation in mankind's development.
    • of our Society could be like the wonderful co-operation among
    • building and the inner significance of the co-operation among
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    • Our present water has become what it is by the separation of certain
    • Beginning with the separation of the moon, our present
    • one must administer a silicic acid preparation as remedy. There one
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    • Indian culture, for instance — veneration for beings who are
    • conferred and then passed on from one generation to another. In China
    • water. In his desperation the apprentice chops the broom in two —
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    • perspiration and they can't make it. Someone has not become toughened
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    • must take very strongly into consideration a phenomenon of which
    • varying in size and duration, which appear on the surface of the sun
    • consideration here. Mars stands in the same position relatively to
    • into a suitable mood. Then delicate vibrations begin to stir in them.
    • Music continues. The people begin to convey their vibrations to the
    • of the delicate vibrations produced through the music and the
    • comment that one knows, for instance, of the delicate vibrations of
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    • asylum. His own generation put him in a madhouse while posterity
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    • played a very large part in the general deterioration of health in
    • time now. It should be included in every consideration. In the
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    • discards the other. With animals there is a clear illustration of
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    • He says: Aristotle's answer is that man is a rational animal. Then he turns
    • rational animal, that is no answer to the question of what man is, for it
    • throws no light on the nature of rationality. Nor does Descartes in the
    • was no help for him to know that man is a rational animal or a thinking
    • then, any rational grounds for saying that it is nonsensical to speak of a
    • Precisely a consideration of the wonderful advances that have been made in
    • beings. We shall see his external semblance as an integration of instincts,
    • those times, a different preparation was necessary for those who were
    • from one generation to the next in writing or by oral tradition. Even if we
    • pictures acted with the force of suggestion, of inspiration; a man subjected
    • history of Spiritual Science there are periods of degeneration as well as
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    • born blind who gains his sight through an operation emerges from darkness
    • rational thinking. For example, suppose we have a rose before us. We perceive
    • is love in action. That is what we learn from reality. Anger in moderation
    • generation of gods in the evolution of the earth and of humanity. Ouranus and
    • Gaia belong to the first generation of gods. Ouranus is succeeded by Kronos
    • (Saturn). Then the Titans are overthrown by the third generation of gods, led
    • plane. We have seen also how in our considerations today the saying of
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    • — the co-operation of the Titan brothers. The drama leads on to an
    • contrary, such knowledge as we have gained from our considerations yesterday
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    • simple consideration will show that in fact this is what feeling does. Anyone
    • light of thinking and of rational judgment to bear on the unknown? Love of
    • spoken of with so much respectful admiration. Simply to have come into his
    • self-education by reverence and through the penetration by the Ego of the
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    • on the forces necessary for recuperation. Naturally, Spiritual Science is
    • the following consideration clearly shows. Between 1770 and 1815 certain
    • more than a preparation for this later stage. The ripeness of experience
    • teachers knew of these things, whether by instinct or by inspiration.
    • noblest aspiration to which man can rise at present is carried down into the
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    • consideration shows that it is not irrational for Spiritual Science to
    • from the physical and the etheric bodies. A simple consideration, as I said,
    • can teach us that it is not irrational for Spiritual Science to declare that
    • “vibrations”. On the astral level the vibrations are still finer;
    • on the mental level they are finer still, and so on. “Vibrations”
    • how good the vibrations are. To say that, one has to be a theosophical
    • the whole atmosphere goes out of tune when these vibrations are said to be
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    • consideration will show us how precarious our position is if we think only of
    • faculties have been in preparation for a very long time. The Ego has already
    • are taught to kindle in their souls the “three venerations”,
    • three venerations are presented as the most important of all educational
    • principles. First, a man must learn to look up with veneration to what is
    • called, are to inculcate veneration for our equals. And the teaching that
    • leads us down into existence and enables us to look with proper veneration on
    • through everything human. Veneration for what is below us should especially
    • spirit that permeates the world. The liberation of her inner powers gives her
    • for us a further proof — already apparent in our considerations of
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    • in a wrong relation to the world. And as this is inherited from generation to
    • generation, it is still the cause of human suffering today. In the Christian
    • science does. They were given inspirations, revelations, which arose dimly in
    • inspirations. The Baptist's call means that knowledge of the world in terms
    • through twilight inspirations, but also those who no longer have clairvoyance
    • Take into your inner being that which lives in the Christ as a prefiguration;
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    • intimate consideration of life.
    • physical and etheric bodies have been left behind; Meditation, concentration
    • and inspirations that have come to him from the spiritual world, to work over
    • them so that they may acquire a strictly scientific form. Inspiration and the
    • inspiration does not coincide with full moon or the working over period with
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    • The configuration of a language can tell much about the character of a
    • things like an echo in his soul. A deeper penetration of the inner being of
    • through the influence, the configuration of the air. After the human being
    • into consideration if we regard the work of the spiritual forces occurring
    • ego were at work in the configuration which lies at the base of the human
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    • today might well appear insignificant. But considerations which lead into the
    • liberation.
    • the moment of its liberation it spreads out. When we raise ourselves above a
    • for a relationship he cannot find and expresses his frustration in tears
    • liberation of the outer corporeality occurs in laughter, and then a long
    • will reject it as an alien incursion, not to be rationally understood. Then
    • itself in laughter without motive. That signifies precisely a liberation, a
    • joke. This liberation, this raising ourselves above something, we shall
    • he seeks an outward expression of inner liberation, while in tears he
    • of man's striving for liberation, in order that he may not be entangled
    • understand how this liberation, rising above everything base and evil, could
    • his liberation from everything base by the smile upon his
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    • the world by a purely inward soul-experience; above all, by the liberation of
    • the second stage is called Inspiration, and the third is called Intuition, in
    • the stage of Inspiration, we have to strip away the content of our symbolic
    • the experience of the soul during this activity, we come to Inspiration, or
    • inspirational cognition.
    • science, through Imagination, Inspiration and Intuition, we overcome the
    • stage of Inspiration, we have poured out our inner being into something drawn
    • indulge in those feelings of rapture, exaltation and liberation which flood
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    • forms of cognition, which we called Imagination, Inspiration and Intuition.
    • flame. If, then, the mystical frame of mind is a good preparation for
    • spiritual science, we have, in turn, as a preparation for mystical devotion,
    • devotion to prayer the best preparation for what they hoped to achieve
    • best desires and aspirations. Similarly, we can feel how surrender to the
    • contemplation, just as mystical contemplation is itself a preparation for
    • preparation. Prayer prepares us for mysticism, mysticism for meditation and
    • concentration, and from that point we are directed to the real work of
    • of meditation and concentration. This could be said of many other
    • devotion, meditation and concentration at various levels. With the aid of
    • and inwardness, and then to liberation from himself. It is this intimation
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    • animal does not commute its pleasure into a celebration of the beauty of the
    • configuration which they have possessed from birth. This configuration, these
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    • leads him through the three stages of Imagination, Inspiration and Intuition,
    • content to develop inner vision and inward concentration, for a life which is
    • regardless of his stage of development, it is sound judgment, rational
    • uncongenial that such facts should be presented in a rational sequence of
    • spiritual world if it is given in rational terms, but very credulous towards
    • rational terms.
    • man will often be subject to irrational influences he cannot keep out. A
    • subject of a demonstration. He is therefore advised that he must work on and
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    • results if only the outer human being is taken into consideration, as if he
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    • considerations and intentions connected with the endeavours of Lessing and
    • occur — something comparable to the outcome of a successful operation
    • only a generation later. Scholars have rightly pointed out — though
    • depended on inspirations from the sentient soul. In ancient Greece the ego
    • dependent on the Gods and the inspirations that came from them, in the West,
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    • idea which could appease in some way his Faustian aspirations. But
    • can grasp in merely rational or logical terms.
    • their truth, in face of which all merely rational or logical considerations
    • himself inwardly related to this message. Indeed, it is no exaggeration to
    • of the gods and represents the liberation of mankind from them.
    • soul, moderation for the sentient-soul. When the ego goes through a
    • Moderation works
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    • consideration, it can be considered obvious that there were
    • even a shadow in Jewish culture, through spiritual inspiration
    • evolution and incorporations in earthly incarnations in a
    • Essenes followed, but was one which through separation and at
    • now happened was meaningful as preparation of the Mystery of
    • only changed in later generations, and unconscious for them.
    • preparation for an event which can only happen once — what we
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    • experience as preparation for the Mystery of Golgotha, but
    • although the considerations are rather skimpy on
    • spiritual-scientific preparation, we will be able to make
    • that because we are taking part in a consideration of the most
    • I don't think that the consideration of
    • our considerations what should arise in our souls in order to
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    • — in the old Indian cultures, for instance — veneration
    • from generation to generation. In China it was possible to acquire
    • desperation, the apprentice chops the broom in two — then there
    • and in the Vedantic philosophy, which still fill us with admiration.
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    • and America; the Indians still had this veneration, and knew nothing
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    • the remedy succeeded well, and with a slight alteration, it has also had
    • or fourth generations, but is then so slight that observation is not
    • cure such a man we must take a preparation of phosphorus, and if one
    • take phosphorus, but a preparation of sulphur. Thus the answer to the
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    • married would eat honey as a preparation for the future, they would
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    • the preparation of medicines, for there are no real remedies which,
    • — I make a certain preparation, a remedy; I put wasp or bee
    • how a kind of inner preparation of honey takes place through these
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    • they arouse one's deepest admiration. It cannot be otherwise; wonder
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    • word so as to take into consideration, that he who sets
    • take a further matter into consideration: When someone
    • whenever he wishes to grasp a thing. He needs the cooperation
    • the preparation.
    • yesterday and used it in one's preparation. At the moment of
    • during the preparation. One must be able to be slow with the
    • vividly into consciousness during the preparation how he
    • preparation, when it is experienced in the preparation, and
    • bring forward during this preparation, anticipating all
    • preparation is experienced in the correct manner when it is
    • speaks from the first sentence on under direct inspiration,
    • personality, because the vibration of feeling must first be
    • the rest of the preparation, that one bear in mind the exact
    • this can only be accomplished by the preparation, but by such
    • preparation as uses one's own enthusiasm in thinking through
    • made it one's own. The next part of the preparation would be
    • our thought content in the meditative preparation.
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    • administration in the “rights” sense, when the
    • is not at all that sharp separation which was once present in
    • consideration, but rather speaking correctly. In
    • consideration of principles I shall come more and more into
    • regards the materialistic coloration of the last centuries:
    • said: “There are such good vibrations here!” And
    • to people. And, from the consideration of principles I shall come more
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    • preparation is concerned, it must therefore be a matter of
    • one after the other, in the preparation. If one is not in the
    • position, at least at some stage of the preparation, of
    • lecture, — this is the first consideration.
    • the preparation the whole of the lecture before one as in a
    • narrations and observations that he was capable of due to his special
    • separation of man from his product. It has become something of
    • something like this as a preparation, then you arrive at the point of
    • fashion as preparation for lecturing. Through such
    • preparation the lecture gains forcefulness. Through thought
    • preparation — preparing the organization of the
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    • consideration when preparing for such a lecture — that modem
    • take into consideration how one must speak out of the Swiss context.
    • disappeared. What expresses and lives in the configuration of the
    • consideration, a Swiss speaks about something new having to
    • here a national configuration was created in which the cultural and
    • how one must take into consideration the particular locality, the
    • specific area for the preparations of such a lecture, how one must be
    • consideration of how human beings have gradually come into the
    • obscuration of the actual life of rights takes place for him —
    • in freedom. Just let one generation unfold its spiritual life more
    • slavery for the following generation. Not only according to theory,
    • instructive illustration of the above. During my last trip to
    • that this preparation is a subtle, delicate process. If it is true
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    • understand each other best if I say that the preparation
    • the transfer of the administratioa of monetary funds from one
    • could very simply pay the war reparations by way of the
    • the preparation for a speech appear, in fact? Well, one
    • preparation too abstractly. On the other hand, if one needs
    • begin to arise instinctively. The preparation will result
    • preparation for lecturing.
    • consideration. One will gradually develop an instinct for
    • soul-preparation, is united with what we can in the above way
    • preparation for each discussion, one should basically, in
    • preparation, as it were, as a constant exercise.
    • Steiner refers here to the war-reparations demanded of Germany
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    • those orations that are intended to be witty often acquire a
    • separation is not feasible if anything of consequence is to
    • lecturer will accompany you. May such cooperation strengthen
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    • and idealistic aspirations, in spite of the fact that they were the
    • life of Europe through the co-operation of individuals who have both
    • of the whole configuration of thought, Auguste Comte, sometimes
    • of de Maistre for whom, moreover, he had considerable admiration. On
    • them in such a way that the inauguration of a new age is possible.
    • bring about an even more radical separation of religion and scientific
    • the Apostate, the last hope of a restoration of ancient thought and
    • that it has no insight into the interpenetration of Spirit and matter and,
    • in spite of its greatness and inspiration, does no more than reach out
    • Among the Goths this Being was venerated as King and their veneration was
    • His three-fold aspect. To this Spirit they paid veneration in the words
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    • spiritual life, and how moreover the peculiar configuration of the
    • the Lombards, the Herules. Before the migrations had begun, thus before
    • experiences influenced every aspect of daily life. Before the migrations
    • migrations began. During the period of the migrations it was their
    • course of human evolution. The transition from the ancient celebration
    • into the upper class through many filtrations. And this was now taken
    • configuration of soul that constituted first Greco-Roman culture and then,
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    • consideration the many prejudices that exist at present.
    • aware when our own soul vibrates in sympathetic reverberation
    • to what will be the next higher stage of considerations: How
    • certain penetration through these mathematical formulas, but
    • the mathematical penetration of the outer world, after we
    • As preparation
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    • methodical way the transition from a mathematical penetration
    • of the objective world to a spiritual-scientific penetration
    • system. The most obvious demonstration of this connection is
    • something we undergo as an inner operation of the mind when
    • half-conscious mental operation. Therefore, what you may
    • seeing, to that aspect which does not involve an operation of
    • aspects of the volitional operation of the intellect.
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    • in order to bring these separate considerations together. We
    • is often heard that spiritual-scientific considerations
    • Actually, the best preparation for the development of
    • the world are vibrations from some kind of medium, extremely
    • rapid vibrations, and these vibrations somehow make an
    • the unknowable, as some sort of vibrations of a medium that
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    • for illustration. The person who holds up the rose feels it
    • “inspiration.” Please do not take exception to
    • inspiration.
    • developing inspiration we finally gain insight into the human
    • emphasize: the method leading to inspiration which I have
    • in the instinctive inspiration we find running through the
    • conscious inspiration. The way we choose to achieve this,
    • system as inspiration. The Indian worked to find his way into
    • inspiration. We shall also see how the ancient, more
    • which leads through inner soul-spiritual work to inspiration.
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    • tacks a “feeling coloration” onto the mental
    • swims slowly from the point of view of rational, logical,
    • of the senses and nerves merely by rational cognition. This
    • analytic geometry, we perform operations which we
    • configuration. This gives us the possibility of taking a
    • finds that medical doctors lack the preparation that the
    • preparation, but in this regard we must just register the
    • forward to inspiration. We will then not have the slightest
    • respiration and blood circulation. Only at this point are we
    • regulated respiration. They inhaled differently from the way
    • willfully made conscious by an alteration of normal
    • Thus respiration — all that takes place in the human
    • the forgetting process, we take hold of respiration from
    • fully conscious way, with greater penetration of the will
    • research only speaks of a coloration of feeling. What the
    • developed in such a way that this instinctive incorporation
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    • them Imagination and Inspiration. Today I would like to say
    • through inspiration do they become permeated with a more
    • to philosophize about it, wondering what states of vibration
    • attained a life of inspiration — that is, experiencing
    • realize this when inspiration reveals these imaginations to
    • operation — and get just the one-sided view of our
    • life panorama, and we discover in the configuration of the
    • of inspirational cognition and then to apply these modes of
    • — which one grasps in imagination and inspiration
    • inspiration, we become acquainted with the whole realm of
    • rational way the transition from a spiritualized physiology
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    • have touched upon needs further elaboration.
    • jutting in, a really essential penetration of the outer world
    • inspiration, we advance from the pictorial to the
    • through inspiration, a new content appears for the first
    • consideration. If we are honest in approaching the facts of
    • the outer configuration what must have been there to form the
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    • that we are in serious need of the collaboration of wider
    • that it has at least been our aspiration to work in this
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    • result of what I believe to be an open-minded consideration of the needs
    • an address still worthy of consideration
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    • realize that the series of considerations one undertakes is no longer
    • yesterday, the pole of matter upon which he bares all his considerations,
    • confront the world of nature [see illustration], I use my concepts not
    • but rather to come strictly to a halt at this limit [see illustration:
    • this limit [see illustration], by means of which he did not roll on
    • laws. For it really is a remarkable fact,a fact worthy of our consideration:
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    • them in a systematic, rational manner, and so forth. Instead, we roll
    • mathematics one comes to know Inspiration. One comes to understand the
    • Inspiration we have something inwardly spiritual, the activity of which
    • upon Inspiration, and we can come to experience Inspiration itself by
    • form if one acquires through the faculty of Inspiration the capacity
    • and reveals itself as a much more expansive realm through Inspiration
    • very high degree. One must come to understand how Inspiration arises within
    • the inner being of man — that same Inspiration that survives in
    • through soul faculties of a mathematical nature. It was an Inspiration.
    • of Inspiration. If one can raise to vivid inner life that which works
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    • Yesterday's considerations
    • Our considerations
    • upon Inspiration. Then we were able to indicate how the impulses proceeding
    • from Inspiration are diffused throughout the ancient Indian Vedanta:
    • rational, to pursue them in the way one does through the discipline
    • demonstration in that it can be called forth in inner experience like the
    • but part of an objective spiritual world. One attains Inspiration, which
    • Inspiration is complemented at the other pole by Imagination, and only
    • soul's inner life in this way [see illustration].
    • the pole of Inspiration; by proceeding into the inner world of
    • takes on a somewhat different configuration [Gestalt], as I
    • demonstration
    • poles of Inspiration and Imagination, which we shall consider more closely
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    • true spiritual scientist must already bear this method of demonstration
    • know what mode of demonstration is demanded in these circles, and he
    • demonstration that experimentation has made scientific habit, one shall
    • not yet present as a faculty of cognition. One must develop Inspiration.
    • historical, to the point that requires that it progress to Inspiration
    • and Inspiration into human evolution.
    • Inspiration cannot be
    • Inspiration. For when one exercises consciously the faculty that otherwise
    • rational, can pursue their duties to a great extent and are fully cognizant
    • speech of spiritual beings through Inspiration.
    • make attempts at all kinds of rationalistic explanations, but he will
    • Inspiration by approaching this realm differently from these afflicted
    • due to the operation of certain laws sleep normally spreads itself out
    • recent times of a man who entered this region without full preparation
    • initiation, for Inspiration. What Nietzsche had acquired in this manner,
    • the world of Inspiration and a desire to remain there nonetheless. One
    • is unable to obtain the true content through Inspiration: he is confined
    • revealed by Inspiration. Nothing of this world came forth to him. And
    • the part of him that desired to achieve Inspiration finally extinguished
    • Inspiration. For me — and I do not hesitate in the slightest to
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    • consideration of what reveals itself at one boundary of scientific thinking
    • of Inspiration. I have brought to your attention the way in which man
    • enters through Inspiration a spiritual world: he knows that he is in
    • It also became clear in the course of yesterday's considerations of
    • in Inspiration with full self-consciousness. If one brings the ego into
    • Inspiration, Inspiration represents a healthy, indeed a necessary, step
    • rationally the ideas of spiritual science.
    • itself in memory. We must take along with us into the world of Inspiration
    • world of Inspiration under the full influence of ego-consciousness,
    • of one's life in which one investigates the spiritual world in Inspiration,
    • and seeks to experience through Inspiration actual spiritual reality
    • someone speaks out of Inspiration concerning the spiritual world —
    • anew each time what presents itself to him in Inspiration. In this matter
    • this or that in turn, the spiritual scientist who has attained Inspiration
    • excarnating from the physical body and striving for Inspiration, as
    • emerging from the soul-nature of humanity, just as he saw Inspiration
    • be ascribed to the particular configuration of soul arising within man.
    • the ego out into the world of Inspiration. Although one worked toward
    • Inspiration, developed by gradually discovering within matter a spiritual
    • those of Inspiration and Imagination, can join together. The one can
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    • followed, one would have to describe it as a path of Inspiration. For
    • in that epoch humanity had a kind of natural propensity to Inspiration,
    • as Inspiration.
    • degree what can be called Inspiration, and his constitution was suited
    • fortified him to such an extent on his own entry into Inspiration that
    • else enters into consideration: one must re-establish the connection
    • that is, the schools of initiation, the schools that led to Inspiration
    • leading to Inspiration one bypasses in a certain sense the path via
    • attained through Inspiration — spread from the East to Greece
    • of the spiritual world revealed through Inspiration. That which still
    • and in the further course of these considerations we will want to see
    • initially for Inspiration and possesses the racial qualities suitable
    • Inspiration, we now leave the ego outside when we delve again into the
    • by Western spiritual science if it is to be a match for the Inspiration
    • able to confront the now decadent Inspiration of the East with Imaginations
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    • of Inspiration, in the sense in which I have used the word, except that
    • to the next. The book constantly presupposes the mental collaboration
    • us as such. An excellent preparation for this kind of cognition is to
    • as elaboration of phenomena. If one has really striven not to allow
    • without inward, meet within our organism. This is effected by the interpenetration
    • of the two sense-triads. As a result of this interpenetration, there
    • With such a preparation
    • in our consciousness: what once was pure thought is now Inspiration.
    • We have developed Imagination, and pure thinking has become Inspiration.
    • one hand, what we have obtained as Inspiration from pure thinking —
    • raised to Inspiration — and on the other hand what we experience
    • The fusion of Imagination and Inspiration brings us in turn to Intuition.
    • penetration into an inspired comprehension of the eternal in man. We
    • interpenetrating vibration of perception and thinking. A higher reality
    • he struggles to rise up to spiritual reality in Imagination, Inspiration,
    • of the interpenetration of perception and thinking, I intended, because
    • there. Hegel, who had a more rational intellect, had taken over Schelling's
    • if pure thinking does not lead on to Imagination or to Inspiration —
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    • cooperation of two processes. It is a cooperation of two
    • same time we are able, by way of preparation in orienting, to
    • itself, (see drawing, hatching), with the cooperation of
    • by the interpenetration and cooperation of the physical and
    • cooperation of the physical, etheric, and astral bodies
    • cooperation between physical body and etheric body, for what
    • the human body. And insofar as it consists of a cooperation,
    • primarily a cooperation of the physical and etheric as they
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    • Where it remains free from the cooperation of other
    • below. These two streams are brought into cooperation in the
    • cooperation must be absolutely maintained if he is to remain
    • an understanding of this cooperation if we try to observe
    • the irregularity above, there results an abnormal cooperation
    • etheric configuration of the human being is formed. It is
    • encounter must be understood then, as a cooperation between
    • not taken into consideration.) The other side was just
    • imprint of the irregular inter penetration and interworking
    • for the separation in sleep of the ego and
    • use preparations of arsenic that are not too strongly
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    • cooperation of the etheric and the physical. A process of
    • lead to excessive proliferation in the etheric, is constantly
    • conditions there depend on an intimate cooperation between
    • physical demonstrations, even though these results are
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    • incomplete penetration by the astral body means something
    • dietary considerations can become quite important. This is
    • has to do with the penetration of substances, with truly
    • child, this penetration of substances is regulated from the
    • spiritual science has to say out of its considerations, we
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    • cooperation between ego, astral body, etheric body, and
    • other factors into consideration. The bodies of people who
    • organism into account. He must be given some preparation of
    • properly. A proliferation of physical and etheric activity
    • liberation of phosphorus by carrying it through the organism.
    • liberation of phosphorus, of all but the traces of phosphorus
    • preventing the liberation of the phosphorus taken in.
    • point in our considerations.
    • destruction of the epithelium, fatty degeneration extending
    • disintegration of the blood corpuscles, and so on. Indeed,
    • this corporeal process of degeneration can extend into the
    • that can develop through the cooperation of the astral and
    • the whole organism an intense cooperation of the astral with
    • constituting the human being is essentially a cooperation of
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    • disintegration and has little significance for the plastic,
    • deliberations. For instance, one will not be able to
    • really being organs of respiration. All those organs that are
    • organs of respiration, but they have a tendency to breathe
    • come to the final point of these considerations. The
    • within the physical organism is a cooperation of the ego with
    • considerations provide insight into human nutrition in
    • undergoes a kind of disintegration during the second half of
    • and disintegration of the protein in food. It is in this
    • this active assimilation and disintegration of protein, and
    • respiration and the liberation of the spirit in man. This may
    • indurations, consolidations, tuberculomas, and the like.
    • be led to the following considerations, which follow partly
    • have to be treated from the metabolism. Gradually a rationale
    • can be introduced into these deliberations, and this must be
    • a metamorphosed brain. If you therefore find deterioration of
    • the liver together with degeneration of the cerebral ganglia,
    • imaginations, inspirations. This is what “freeing the
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    • consideration if we wish to investigate the remedial effect
    • respiration. Of course, reactions such as purging and
    • administration of the finer forces of the caraway seeds, and
    • defensive movements immediately. Study this cooperation of
    • organ there is a cooperation between external action and
    • force. In this way ordinary triturated preparations will be
    • preparation.
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    • preparation of remedies — to this you must pay
    • physician, who is always swayed in his therapeutic rationale
    • holding it in check and preventing this degeneration. These
    • able to use it rationally if this connection is borne in
    • considerations that are supported only by the methods of the
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    • Inspiration. And if Inspiration develops further towards the
    • from objective perception to Imagination, Inspiration and
    • cognitional forces in Imagination, Inspiration and Intuition
    • ascend to Inspiration, we come to forces which inspire man
    • deal with deficient objective Inspiration, which manifests
    • objective Inspiration, which goes inwards, does not meet the
    • Theresa are copies, or the inspirational reflexes, of
    • therapeutic eurythmy exercises be supported by rational
    • away.”— Rational breathing exercises to
    • their personal aspirations. This becomes very difficult, but
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    • regard to it which raises the whole consideration into our life of
    • with light as such. In short, if we raise the whole consideration into
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    • artistic considerations from its study. So that actually the artist
    • separated from this earth. In this separation we must see the real
    • into consideration you will have to say to yourself: only in the last
    • consideration that yellow demands a shadowy edge. They take it into
    • consideration when they carry their painting more into the spiritual;
    • workings of the Cosmos. We cannot explain the colouration of inanimate
    • with Jupiter or Venus, and so on. For this reason the colouration of
    • to the inner causes of colouration, still produced the elements of
    • that is in the room. You cannot undertake the consideration of colour
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    • Imagination, of Inspiration and of Intuition sees not merely the head
    • Inspiration and Intuition the strength of thought, which is after all
    • generation is capable of understanding at all what they mean. I have
    • in Imagination, Inspiration, and Intuition; on the contrary, this
    • Imagination and Inspiration, you put yourself opposite to it and can
    • of Imagination, of Inspiration, and of Intuition, what then happens?
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    • sun can be regarded not only as the concentration of crumbling
    • of the earth as the preparation for what lives on into the future,
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    • body. This generation will long ponder what “chaos” meant in
    • world-history is alone possible. What is needed is a penetration into
    • Reality through consideration of weight, i.e. of that which really
    • welling of sounds, not to the atmospheric vibrations.
    • disappeared, when one still painted by cosmic inspiration, because
    • some special wave-vibration. Art has finally also had to be reckoned
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    • considerations as “How.”
    • Vibrations of the most abstract kind in the material of the ether,
    • vibrations of the ether-waves so and so much in length, etc. Imagine
    • in works of art in another form what can be seen by penetration into
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    • vibrations in the plant as the physicists do. After all, we no longer
    • have the plant if we think only of the vibrations in the trees which
    • by means of some concept-illustration, how green, peach-colour, white
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    • considerations relative to our Building, because it will
    • serve as an illustration for what is to follow concerning
    • added to the reception of this knowledge a penetration of the
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    • below take on a more definite configuration. In these peoples
    • elaboration of the Intellectual Soul. What comes from above [
    • feeling. A relationship must be in operation between the
    • of no more graphic illustration of this than the relation to
    • necessarily come to a further stage of elaboration in the
    • preparation, and is to be especially characteristic of the
    • to gaze deeply into the configuration of the beings of the
    • there a culture of keen observation, penetration into the
    • ago, I did not take into consideration the aspect we have in
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    • of a national State, for in Austria there is an agglomeration
    • must be described as an “aspiration to become
    • something”, and not as an “aspiration to be
    • characterises the innermost aspiration of Middle Europe in
    • human aspiration. This work is Goethe's “Faust”,
    • illustration I will quote particular instances connected with
    • culture, we find, even from geographical considerations, the
    • ignored. And it is the same in this whole agglomeration of
    • configuration assumed by the Middle-European States does not
    • that this agglomeration of peoples which constituted Austria
    • speak quite objectively of the latest configuration of Middle
    • configuration of the soul-life of the peoples.
    • preparation for the reception of the Spirit Self.
    • nothing more than preparation for it, nothing more than an
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    • be taken into consideration.
    • insertion into the configuration of forces of the whole
    • the primeval Indian inspiration: how through the Rishis there
    • realise that some Imagination, Inspiration or Intuition
    • that when we have the Imagination, the Inspiration or the
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    • Nature and does not originate from the configuration of the
    • configuration of the earth was very meagre, the chart of the
    • configuration of life, of the social life too.
    • just as geographical exploration of the earth will eventually
    • configuration leads their gaze out into the infinitudes of
    • configuration, so that it becomes possible once again to
    • configuration of the earth will perish, the earth in its
    • configuration of the heavenly bodies circling around the
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    • people were saturated with the principle that decoration and
    • on decoration, invariably made mention of the special
    • decoration of the Corinthian capital — although in the
    • of such a thing as ‘decoration’ — is the
    • origin of the decoration on the Corinthian capital? Little
    • was later on simplified into the decoration, the lines of
    • lines into a decoration. If you think of the lines in
    • the following: — On the decorations of
    • and vice-versa. If you now think of an elaboration
    • serves as a decoration, you have plastically introduced in
    • the decoration something that is really the whole column. Now
    • intuition will arise that the decoration around it is the
    • what is called the acanthus leaf decoration did not arise
    • architectural decorations had not arisen in the way described
    • applied in the case of the interior decoration of our
    • the interior decoration. Think for a moment of a word, in all
    • decoration is the plastic vesture for the Spiritual Science
    • decoration has the quality of being ‘in-carved,’
    • so the outer decoration will seem as though it is ‘laid
    • on.’ The interior decoration must always have the
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    • of the Gods all that his feeling of veneration makes him feel
    • This very form expresses aspiration to the Spirit. Every single
    • detail must express this aspiration to the Spirit, inasmuch as
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    • Spiritual Science implies an actual penetration into the form
    • since the sixteenth century is only the preparation for a
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    • reality but one sees still more — one sees migrations
    • Sun. Another migration or stream arises from the fact that
    • migration to the Moon; before reaching the Moon they turn
    • back again to the Sun. This configuration reveals to us a
    • image out of consideration for the moment. It would be formed
    • transmitted to the following generations. The creatures who
    • direct inspiration which flowed into man from the spiritual
    • is leading us, and if we are filled with the inspiration of
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    • some extent penetration is made into the particular
    • penetration is undertaken, the problems that emerge not only
    • it will not admit the validity of any penetration into
    • Vibrations of the most abstract substance in the ether,
    • etheric vibrations of so many wave lengths. These waves of
    • We are indeed already living in an age when this penetration
    • penetration into nature. What lives in the elements is,
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    • fundamental separation of Spirit and Nature does not correspond
    • and unwarned, into the gyrations of her dance, and whirls with
    • this interpenetration, and to study it in detail, in the single
    • with objective value. The separation of the activity of the two
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    • Guidelines for the preparation
    • word so as to take into consideration, that he who sets
    • take a further matter into consideration: When someone
    • whenever he wishes to grasp a thing. He needs the cooperation
    • the preparation.
    • Guidelines for the preparation of a talk.
    • preparation affects the will; our enthusiasm the thinking of the
    • yesterday and used it in one's preparation. At the moment of
    • during the preparation. One must be able to be slow with the
    • vividly into consciousness during the preparation how he
    • preparation, when it is experienced in the preparation, and
    • bring forward during this preparation, anticipating all
    • preparation is experienced in the correct manner when it is
    • speaks from the first sentence on under direct inspiration,
    • personality, because the vibration of feeling must first be
    • the rest of the preparation, that one bear in mind the exact
    • this can only be accomplished by the preparation, but by such
    • preparation as uses one's own enthusiasm in thinking through
    • made it one's own. The next part of the preparation would be
    • our thought content in the meditative preparation.
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    • administration in the “rights” sense, when the
    • is not at all that sharp separation which was once present in
    • consideration, but rather speaking correctly. In
    • consideration of principles I shall come more and more into
    • regards the materialistic coloration of the last centuries:
    • said: “There are such good vibrations here!” And
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    • preparation is concerned, it must therefore be a matter of
    • one after the other, in the preparation. If one is not in the
    • position, at least at some stage of the preparation, of
    • lecture, — this is the first consideration.
    • the preparation the whole of the lecture before one as in a
    • fashion as preparation for lecturing. Through such
    • preparation the lecture gains forcefulness. Through thought
    • preparation — preparing the organization of the
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    • what this rational innovation might be, ought to be known.
    • after this declaration; I had other opportunities for that,
    • frivolous illustration is concerned, the matter is
    • realize that the preparation is something quite subtle! For,
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    • understand each other best if I say that the preparation
    • the transfer of the administration of monetary funds from one
    • could very simply pay the war reparations by way of the
    • the preparation for a speech appear, in fact? Well, one
    • preparation too abstractly. On the other hand, if one needs
    • begin to arise instinctively. The preparation will result
    • preparation for lecturing.
    • audience through proper preparation.
    • consideration. One will gradually develop an instinct for
    • soul-preparation, is united with what we can in the above way
    • preparation for each discussion, one should basically, in
    • preparation, as it were, as a constant exercise.
    • Steiner refers here to the war-reparations
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    • Illustrations and pictures convince and are remembered.
    • those orations that are intended to be witty often acquire a
    • separation is not feasible if anything of consequence is to
    • lecturer will accompany you. May such cooperation strengthen
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    • being merges with the spirit. Inspiration has to do with the
    • able to link what he receives through Inspiration so
    • extraordinarily similar to Inspiration. We might say that
    • sense-perceptible image of Inspiration.
    • that what in speech resembles Inspiration can descend into
    • to resemble Inspiration something else instead, something
    • Inspiration becomes an element belonging to Imagination.
    • through eurythmy how Intuition, Inspiration and Imagination
    • you experience when doing this is Inspiration. The element of
    • Inspiration takes what lives purely in the soul, where it is
    • Imagination through Inspiration to Intuition. In the poem
    • recitation and declamation you have Inspiration as a picture;
    • ascent from Imagination to Inspiration, and to Intuition.
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    • arbitrary consideration. At the very beginning of our
    • consideration, but in obedience to a call resounding from the
    • consideration, but through a vision of the sublime pictures
    • Preparation for it began at the end of the 1870s, and it
    • public declaration of the content is concerned, are far more
    • was a book about the integration of partial differential
    • integration of partial differential equations, or of linear
    • integration of partial differential equations. People will
    • friends, in case after due consideration you should indeed
    • deliberations over the past weeks I shall take the liberty of
    • working with her on the elaboration of the anthroposophical
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    • collaboration, in their good, love-filled desire to bear
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    • to flow out from here. In collaboration with the other
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    • Paragraph would only come into consideration if it proves
    • Dr. Steiner: The configuration of the
    • taken into consideration not in a bureaucratic way but in a
    • the configuration of this School of Spiritual Science will
    • will be different, though, if consideration is given to those
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    • consideration of the Statutes. First the Statutes must be
    • the Paragraph under consideration. There will then be a
    • either disabled or deaf or need special consideration for any
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    • difference between the two. If you base your considerations
    • gathered together here in Dornach who can make a declaration.
    • They are not going to make a declaration of ideas and
    • appears to be an entirely new inauguration; there is no
    • that it exists in the field of the integration of partial
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    • is as a matter of course that the administration of the
    • Statutes are the fruit of four weeks' consideration, the
    • dogmatic is excluded from the administration of the
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    • school which could be a source of inspiration for a method of
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    • consideration of the Swiss affair. I think the difficulty is
    • to do with the administration of the Anthroposophical
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    • recognize their mission. For the celebration of the laying of
    • from Cologne on the Rhine: ‘For the celebration of the
    • out the proceedings in a rational manner. The meeting is now
    • please avoid this and give consideration to others.
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    • gathering for that extremely significant inauguration of a
    • the inauguration of the summer school at Penmaenmawr, and
    • the question of the next generation coming to the Society
    • to the future collaboration of these people? It is a problem
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    • to create a space for the administration of the General
    • was needed for rehearsals and preparations for
    • be taken into consideration.
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    • EDGAR DÜRLER: We of the ‘New Generation’
    • attached and to carry out the general administration
    • matters can easily be attended to by the administration and
    • the ‘New Generation’ group would withdraw its
    • routine administration of the Swiss Anthroposophical Society
    • this is what we intend — if the administration is
    • our administration will be entirely democratic, which is much
    • would like to know whether the question of the administration
    • would be reported to this group so that the administration
    • administration?
    • whole of the administration and leadership of the Society in
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    • given to me as a result of my considerations: If we really
    • administration. In the very near future — since time is
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    • be for us a festival of consecration not merely for the
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    • A public corporation serving economic and spiritual concerns in
    • Stuttgart. It was to demonstrate cooperation between economic and
    • considerations.
    • cooperation and advice. It would be the most natural thing in the
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    • has to be taken into consideration if one is to make really
    • consideration. Anybody can draw his own conclusions. The point is to
    • development. In other words, rational and intellectual capacities
    • rationalistic science of today, particularly mathematics, which is
    • the most rationalistic of all, and consider the rationalistic working
    • after death was that of a rational, logical view of the world such as
    • nowadays, human beings living on the earth possess rationality,
    • descended to earth from that same world whence rationality and
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    • deliberations that have been going on here with reorganization of the
    • material composition of this body. Such a configuration of material
    • not as an invitation to any further caustic deliberations but as a
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    • self-knowledge and thus prove a good preparation for the delegates'
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    • that enthusiasm for this ideal of anthroposophical cooperation has
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    • felt how, for example, the architectural forms and decoration of the
    • we proceed with our current deliberations. Anyone who has found his
    • deliberations. It will do much to tone down the feelings that some of
    • saturating a great many present day sermons with a rationalistic,
    • rationalistic and intellectualistic values all by himself. Simply
    • community building element. We can lay it to the rationalism of our
    • paying any heed to deep and intimate underlying soul configurations,
    • reality for man to contemplate in rationalistic talks that have the
    • But taking the whole man into consideration, you will find that
    • consideration brought up in connection with the Society's welfare
    • conclaves where preparations were being made for these delegates'
    • everyday kind of rationalistic considerations in which parliaments
    • deliberations with such comments as, “What possible interest
    • related confederation of free communities. The two societies could
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    • loose confederation of groups alongside the old Anthroposophical
    • by such a confederation, allowing egress to material that older
    • into consideration as affecting the various areas of anthroposophical
    • decoration, the architecture, the sculptured forms, the painting,
    • was founded on anything susceptible of intellectual-rational proof,
    • has now become proof-addicted rationalistic theory, and it is
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    • past several weeks that lengthy preparations preceded the Stuttgart
    • meetings. The aim of these preparations, which proved extremely
    • of its whole configuration and how it should be shaped.
    • matter to describe this configuration as it really is, since it
    • them, and that they took everything not so much from a rational angle
    • generation gap. That gap has always existed in some sense, and been
    • ever-present generation gap, even these somewhat radical members of
    • the younger generation eventually took over their inheritance from
    • of the nineteenth century, the generation gap about which people talk
    • is very strange how the older generation has been reacting to them
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    • those who come together at its celebration. It creates community, and
    • deliberations, that in the community building power of the cultus the
    • Such communal life with the religious coloration that the cultus
    • others at the celebration of a genuine cultus feel himself
    • purposes of illustration, I have just described as taking place when
    • considerations and immediately got into questions of anthroposophy
    • life-oriented, for deliberations such as these led over into it quite
    • from a consideration of everyday problems to the insight that
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    • on in all its reality, and on the other a loose confederation coming
    • confederation I spoke of yesterday, and it too will have its board of
    • entity. That the loose confederation does take an interest in what
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    • beings on the other. Our considerations will be supplementary
    • considerations of the next hours, which could appear to some as
    • configurations, in their concrete expression — they are
    • everything Indian is irrational like his entire will
    • dialectically in thoughts; he rationalized about will but he
    • in the subjectivity of Schopenhauer's penetration with the
    • unclear, irrational, the unreasonable element of will which
    • administration and I allowed it. - For sure, that weekly
    • this irrational, unreasonable sea of will (drawing is made).
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    • nineteenth century through the liberation of certain spiritual
    • us! One can say without exaggeration that of all the paths that open
    • without any exaggeration. Why is it easier for you? Only because it
    • is spiritual — must form the preparation for spiritual life.
    • of the preparation for initiation of one man.
    • that is with the very individual form the preparation for initiation
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    • state it from oneself requires a very special preparation, and must
    • own life is under consideration.
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    • development of the sentient soul to that of the rational soul and on
    • them. It would have been regarded as desecration to write down these
    • it was actually comprehensible to the rational understanding of man.
    • constructed systematically in accordance with the rational
    • and continued from generation to generation; no new thing was later
    • consideration, apart from the fact that it affects the soul so
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    • This was taught in the Temples where preparation was made for what
    • liberation from the body and uniting his soul-forces with the cosmos.
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    • preparation should he made for any special stage, and this is
    • consideration of certain high spiritual matters. Therefore we shall
    • leave to a later date the consideration of those parts of the Gospel
    • when a document like this Gospel is under consideration that we
    • from generation to generation, and he saw it in its true connection
    • ministration of spiritual Beings. Luke was initiated in another way.
    • come under consideration as regards a personality through whom a
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    • will take many generations to fathom, even approximately, all the
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    • different laws come into operation whether these things affect us as
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    • inspiration in a certain way from the Gospels. For the time in which
    • penetration, in the sixth men will receive His nature into their
    • catastrophe, the Gospel of John will be the book of inspiration, as
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    • been in gradual preparation since the twelfth and thirteenth century.
    • are wont to do, take all the factors into consideration; you will
    • mutual co-operation of the sexes — for a confused science still
    • body can be inherited through co-operation of the sexes, for this
    • have to be ascribed to the co-operation of the sexes.
    • source in any co-operation of the sexes, but it co-operates with what
    • from the idea that we have to thank the co-operation of the sexes
    • co-operation of the sexes!”
    • what is brought about through co-operation of the sexes has to be
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    • to become so more and more. This had long been in preparation by
    • feeling-soul, rational-soul and consciousness-soul are no abstract
    • without active co-operation of this spirit.
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    • take something else into consideration: how much does depend on it for
    • this question. But just the admiration of Haeckel’s great achievements
    • of humanness goes in it from generation to generation. But it is only
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    • and John up to the mountain and that he experiences a transfiguration there
    • which, in spite of all rationalistic denials, is in the Bible. Who sinks in
    • the Bible cannot bear witness to rationalism, to David Friedrich Strauss and
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    • but not less strictly rational Eucken. Who has looked around there who
    • the sciences which deal with the higher capacities of the soul rational
    • this question an object of rational cosmology. Nobody can decide on
    • it by observation. These are nothing but questions of the rational cosmology.
    • which is also drawn from reason. This is the so-called rational theology,
    • there is a rational psychology, a rational theology et cetera. He gives
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    • him. The consideration of Kantianism has shown us that this view comes to the
    • would have to say after this physiological consideration that we get in nothing
    • are completely outside our rational knowledge. Reason has a limit, and it is
    • this separation of moral and the world of dreams. It was for him always a unity,
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    • every respect — if one takes the epoch into consideration. As we will
    • body that is not sensory that is not tied to investigation, to consideration
    • is the actually active. The spirit is the eternal. Now take into consideration
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    • and ideas. Human inner experience is necessary to refrain from any spatial consideration
    • is quite analogous to the question of the naturalist. A quite analogous consideration
    • from any agglomeration of mud.
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    • consecration of death, a conviction which simply testifies because it is expressed
    • who dedicated his whole life to the internal consideration of the soul; a wise
    • from these disciples first of all that they go through a preparation time. Plato
    • about the spiritual life. Which sense did this Platonic preparation have? The
    • of the circle, the teaching of the numerical ratios to ourselves sensually,
    • we know that we make an illustration with it only. We know that the teaching
    • Purification was the preparation
    • our considerations of the first part of my lecture. However, considered in the
    • true sense of the word, they are very close to these considerations. These are
    • concerning this or that education measure. But he does not take into consideration
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    • one ascribed that which they made known to a divine inspiration. One believed
    • that they carry out rationally appearing actions to which, however, more belongs
    • any preparations of the duel — a long story! The duel really takes place
    • human being looks deeper into nature. Then this purely rational view also comes
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    • mind that he may take into consideration that the views of science were subjected
    • and rationalists. We find people who had reached the secrets on the ways which
    • answers may appear quite futile to the rationalists and materialists. The first
    • saw a conflagration in Stockholm from a place which was removed
    • of sensuous demonstrations.
    • only if one goes through a kind of spiritual operation which is similar to the
    • operation of a blind-born that is made sighted. It knows that it is not right
    • saw the conflagration was Goteborg, 400 km away from Stockholm.
    • of the Human Inner Life and about the Penetrations of the Spirit World into
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    • the magnet, and the other can cause no effect like the wood. The purely rational
    • The rational clarification that makes no difference between human being and
    • by order of the king two corporations were asked to give an expert opinion about
    • could they expect such an effect of the thought according to their rationalistic
    • had got to know in India, hypnotism and suggestion, also the inspiration of
    • the masses of ideas of the person to be hypnotised into a state of concentration.
    • If this concentration is achieved if the whole mass of ideas of the person concerned
    • and to soothe the pain with operations. Those who had relationship to Faria
    • researchers could believe and also said rightly that it prevents pain with operations.
    • worthless attempts of registration or explanation which basically mean nothing.
    • or the Rationae of Nervous Sleep, Considered in Relation with Animal Magnetism
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    • about self-knowledge of the mind, of abilities which exceed the mere consideration
    • of forms, the consideration of the external phenomena to him it may probably
    • another view about the things and beings with deeper consideration. Look at
    • figure time and again is life itself. For you cannot seize life rationally with
    • natural sciences, with external observation rationally. However, you can see
    • are written so gracefully, where you have lively considerations of life seen
    • If you transfer these considerations
    • who understood the living nature, to the idea of transmigration in this sense,
    • in the sense of transmigration from form to form, a transmigration which we
    • higher being as spirit. The consideration of the spirit itself and its demands
    • I have merely taken a thoughtful self-reflection into consideration which every
    • worlds with the apt consideration, but he has a view of life and spirit, just
    • spirit from the undivine to the divine, this is the theosophical world consideration.
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    • one starts this consideration with small symptoms. I start with a very widespread
    • only two words: “God-seeker, dreamer.” Such a kind of learnt consideration
    • scholarly literature, we find that these considerations differ, already externally,
    • consideration of facts and what one abstracts from it. Anything else should
    • spiritual science. Not because it has God solely as the object of its consideration,
    • theosophical books over and over again that this is this or that vibration.
    • In particular the English books did not get tired to talk about vibrations.
    • physical senses into consideration, we can say in the theosophical sense, nevertheless:
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    • particular from the part of those who want to create a configuration of life
    • of development. However, there was in the oldest times a way of human consideration
    • different. It cannot be compared with our inferring rational knowledge at all.
    • separating. There was still no separation between philosophers and scientific-physical
    • spiritual-philosophical researchers and purely physical researchers was no separation.
    • the natural sciences. In the 15th, 16th centuries this separation takes place:
    • astronomy et cetera, briefly by purely physical rational science. Now we see
    • to reunite what was a unity once. We see this aspiration also with Goethe. We
    • an external image, a separation of that which was found in the mysteries. If
    • ancient art. In our time the last separation happened: the rational science
    • to develop. It is all the cooperation on which it depends. Where theosophists
    • germ can thrive. They regard this cooperation as their proper task. This distinguishes
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    • Now this whole configuration of the human being has altered in the
    • this most exalted person, Jeshu ben Pandira, as a preparation for what
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    • we can speak of pure inspiration in the case of just those people who
    • certain respect a preparation to help us understand what has been said
    • sense we can also speak today of new times, in preparation for which
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    • intellectual, rational development. That is what is important today in
    • preparation, the development of such vision they saw to require a
    • rosicrucian inspiration is given in such a way that the name of the
    • one who receives the inspiration is never made public. Only the
    • again today. The inspiration for the work of H.P. Blavatsky, Isis
    • materialism it became more and more difficult for inspiration to come
    • esoteric rosicrucian preparation was essential, but the twentieth
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    • forces of aspiration in men's souls are helpful and which are not. He
    • meditation and concentration. By means of inner development of this
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    • falling asleep. It is impossible then to bring about the separation
    • us. We experience extraordinary invigoration. With regard to the mere
    • take into consideration everything which has now been said, that our
    • this into consideration, we shall view the realm of morality in an
    • the task of Spiritual Science shares in making this preparation.
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    • maintain only two generations of persons with strong wills.
    • Materialism can satisfy just two generations: the one that founded the
    • repeatedly mention a single illustration. In a certain country the
    • found. Insufficient cultivation of concentration and insight makes one
    • who are determined to strive to reach rapidly in rational ways those
    • little, since he is utterly devoted to the preparation for his future
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    • inspiration of the being of whom we have spoken, worked, for example,
    • are explicable only when we recognise the rosicrucian inspiration underlying
    • rosicrucian inspiration is given, in each century, the bearer of the
    • inspiration is never outwardly named. His identity has been known only
    • openly. The temptation to pay fanatical veneration to authority vested
    • separation of the astral and etheric bodies from the physical body.
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    • because it is very likely to be asked, all considerations of
    • needs so much preparation as the attainment of this ideal.
    • aspiratio<