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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • soul and spirit realm. This elementary level shall be the subject
    • those who set out on this path and they must realize that,
    • realize that a quality that he develops within himself, a thought that
    • whether or not they are really true. He must have neither doubt nor
    • for reality. Above all an aspirant for spiritual enlightenment must be
    • superstition in the world of sense reality, it soon tends to be
    • corrected by sense reality itself. If, however, a person does not
    • realm. Certainly this has to be correctly understood. It is not
    • gaze into soul and spirit realms. He turns his sight away from earth
    • and radiance ray toward him from the soul realm and the new sounds he
    • hears come to him from the spirit realm. It is characteristic of the
    • them must realize that he is leaving himself open to certain dangers.
    • the radiance of the soul realm and the soundings of the world of
    • disappear in continuous spirals into indefinable realms. When a person
    • perceiving in the soul realm, and through initiation he attains the
    • faculty of expressing himself in the spirit realm. What I have had to
    • though it is really easy, it does hold true here that the easy is
    • from all the fetters obstructing this inner life. We must realize that
    • symbolically, it is a reality.
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • reality. Nothing would be more wrong than if Spiritual Science were
    • life. It will prove itself far more by building a real foundation for
    • ‘done thing’ since the days of yore, these are the really
    • normal educational preparation this is really not to difficult, but
    • in no way inferior to men, so that reality in practice, has resolved
    • the real revolutionary within humanity is Woman.
    • great authority. But the statements of scientists concerning the real
    • man is the really creative active one, and woman more the companion,
    • and what points beyond these connections into other realms entirely.
    • not really speak of the women's question in general at all, because
    • classes has today become the real women's question has become so
    • regarded as a learned profession was really little more than a higher
    • never be able to live without a glimpse of, without knowledge of real
    • real, something actually there. Anyone who knows nothing of this has
    • reality? There have always been individuals who have worked on
    • ideals! In reality you can only solve it by creating that concept,
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • too loftily to spiritual realms, thus losing the firm ground under
    • understood me correctly if you realize that I am not speaking for
    • be purely physical, but as material processes they are really the
    • the ascent from the purely physical to the spiritual realm can be
    • mineral kingdoms. We must realize that plants represent the direct
    • the cosmic realm lives within the astral body. It is, however,
    • We perceive it in its external expression when we realize the
    • nourishment from the realm of plants, however, he becomes more
    • the realm of plants, they would discover that they are able more
    • merits. They will realize then that their whole physical and
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • realists or in any way at all, the acquisition of
    • we realise that in the ordinary waking condition of physical life, man
    • little of all you do from morning to evening is really the outcome of
    • man actually sleeps by day, that is to say he is not in the real sense
    • thought is something which seems unreal to materialistically minded
    • reality because it can be eaten, but a thought is only a
    • thought, it is not a reality. Why is this said? It is because what man
    • calls his thoughts are related to what thoughts really are as a
    • points you to the flower itself, to the reality. So it is with
    • sympathy or antipathy points to the realm we call Lower Devachan.
    • or bad deeds) — as microcosmic images of the three realms
    • activity that is not concerned wholly with crass reality. Those who
    • element in which we are really awake brings us shadow-images of the
    • an end — might be changed; and in order that they might realise
    • believes that what he saw is a physical man. He will come to realise
    • now described will take real effect in the evolution of mankind.
    • fragmentation. And in the course of the coming years you will realise
    • Thus we realise what a tremendous advance was signified by the fact
    • spiritual world. Realisation of this should make him conscious of his
    • — the realm of the Harmony of the Spheres. In the combination of
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  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • his time and energy really thinking through what he has heard from his
    • real connection of interest of the soul with the subject matter that the
    • go quietly away. I realize that if I only do this once, I probably will not
    • would soon correct their hideous handwriting if they really looked at the
    • but there is really no problem in life that should be treated this way.
    • against. It is an uncomfortable fact to have to realize, but there are always
    • direction, but in reality you will have been merely lax and easy going. If
    • choice until you are inwardly strong and know that you can really follow
    • involved. This is really difficult to apply in life. When a man has lied to
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • we realize that facts in history arrange themselves as do facts in our
    • himself, “Man learns to know his real being only when he has torn
    • with the world of the senses, I do not really live within my full
    • his god even though he were insufficiently prepared, but they realized
    • come to realize that everywhere the final goal of the cosmos is the
    • come to me, and I cannot really know myself as man.”
    • past, man made a real contact with the divine essence only through the
    • I realize that I am presenting things that are even less popular with
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • was performed for them. It really seems as if that simple, loving joy could
    • because such a play can make us realize again how the souls of men, whether
    • looking at things in an unreal way if this is thought to be the case.
    • understood today, it will be gradually realized how necessary it is to look
    • "Behold in this reminder of death what you really are as human beings.
    • mountain because, in reality, they are also dead. "These are the bodies you
    • rising of the earthly sun. We realize that the spring and summer of the
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • old Lemurian epoch, in the realm which is the nearest spiritual sphere
    • walk, when we realize that his being able to do so has only become
    • and realize how we must thank the Christ-Impulse for it. Then we have
    • not in reality speak. Speech through gestures is not the speech of
    • Hegel says, in a form so apparently quite incomprehensible, can really
    • within them as memory. They will be able to realize that Christ
    • Man, looking back at his life, will realize that just as he can
    • also realize that it must fall into disorder in the future unless it
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • must come to be realized that a school of unselfishness is needed in our
    • have won for themselves an understanding of real, all-pervading
    • was lost to an extent that will be fully realized only in the distant future.
    • of the human soul is the school of unselfishness. We shall best realize this
    • place in the physical realm, as related in the Gospels and in the Pauline
    • realize that it is not ourselves, but Christ within our senses Who enables
    • “I realize that I am able to exist as a physical man with unselfish
    • perceive, in reality, the third Christ event. The Greeks who in their
    • longer realize it but in the first centuries of Christianity the Christian
    • and looked gratefully upward, realizing that what penetrated us and
    • shall realize the necessity of the spiritually scientific proclamation of the
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • recognizing the laws of the realms of soul and spirit and applying
    • natural science, researching the spiritual realm requires a
    • bodily nature. No one can discern the real facts of the soul-spiritual
    • we really succeed in strengthening the powers that otherwise slumber
    • in physical substance, do we realize what resistance the brain offers.
    • faithfully, the great and significant moment comes when real spiritual
    • sleep from which we awaken to realize that we are not dreaming but
    • experiencing a brand new reality. The experience can be such, for
    • his body (and this we experience only through the image; the reality
    • point where the soul experiences itself, images that we can call real
    • new element which can make its appearance as spiritual reality
    • How unwilling people are to learn anything really new! They cling to
    • sensory reality. They are simply there, confronting us; we do nothing
    • with that. After all, he is entering a realm of spirit beings and
    • spiritual realities which are differentiated, just as the external
    • out that entering the spiritual world means entering a world of real,
    • his soul-spiritual being. A reality becomes apparent to his inner
    • observation — a reality still rejected by current prejudices,
    • he realizes: “Before I was conceived and born into this life which
    • spiritual realm. When I pass through the gates of death, my body will
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  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • emerging more than six decades ago is now a political reality. While
    • possibilities outside the realm of what had to happen according to
    • Steiner points out in the lecture, is not the real issue.
    • the earthly realm.
    • conceive of Him as a reality, as a working force. That is to say, we
    • must realize that what wove itself into our evolution here on earth
    • earth through the Mystery of Golgotha. In order to realize how the
    • entire map of Europe would have been different. But this battle really
    • external introduction of Christianity to Europe. When we realize the
    • important is the actuality of the Christ and His real and visibly
    • December 25 to January 6. We can understand this clearly by realizing that
    • Christ is really here, is again on this earth, but as an ether body
    • sides in the conflict, is in reality the subject of their own
    • they unfold in external reality inasmuch as they reveal themselves as
    • military hospital. Little seven-year-old Theodor was really a sunny
    • From what is now happening, a few souls must come to a realization
    • materialism. The more this fact is realized by human beings, the more
    • and then they will have to realize that this war has been sent into
    • what we have to realize if we are to understand how Central Europe can
    • set out to deepen Darwinism, by extending it to the moral realm, as
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  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • question is to be answered truly, we must realize that we make a
    • Movement our souls are seeking a real and genuine link with the
    • the beings of the invisible worlds. We must realize that our work is
    • can be mentioned, of which we must realize that they should be carried
    • considered to have real knowledge when they recognize the spiritual,
    • are fully to understand the real tasks of our associations and groups.
    • can understand what we are really doing in respect of our connection
    • really nullifies what is expressed in the noun. For when true manhood
    • intelligentsia the realization that a conception of community, of
    • of barbarism and the like. Those who try to realize how things really
    • hover as a high ideal, an ideal that has yet to be realized. They
    • this life in the group soul does not in reality belong to the future
    • heard, elements that in reality have in them the right kernel, namely,
    • understand death, to overcome death by realizing that it is only
    • realize that a God exists. If Christ had not risen, all our belief
    • not filled merely with evil and degeneration. It is our aim to realize
    • realization we try to prepare for actual experience of the Christ. We
    • course, as a gift, as grace. We realize the portent of the words:
    • Christ in me.” For thereby we realize: Wherever we may turn,
    • realization that death is the passage from one form of life to
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  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • being is really involved.
    • to-day who grows angry, really angry, and has evil thoughts in respect to
    • say: That man resembles a cat. If he was a hypocrite, he really resembled
    • reality — that outwardly his face may only have a slight resemblance with
    • constitute an almost fatal destiny, a real fate, which will be impressed
    • We shall then really be
    • present fifth post-Atlantean epoch, but it will become a reality in
    • that the materialistic world-conception shall one day assume real shape
    • really exists. At present, the materialistic theories are not yet
    • realities, but they have the tendency to become realities.
    • real prophets. At the present time, that peculiar formation of the
    • will really arise; these will then be reality.
    • which may be felt in advance, a time which will really exist during
    • the materialists into realities would be, to allow those people to triumph
    • very earnest and real. This will be the attitude which will be able to
    • be the number of those who see that the realisation of materialism can
    • and more become a reality.
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • no serious intention of really learning to understand what it condemns. In
    • are of no use in real life, and which are no concern of those who are obliged
    • justifiable answer can be made, viz: that the world really satisfies all human
    • were obtaining answers to certain riddles, whereas in reality it was necessary
    • that this progress must be followed by progress in another realm, if the
    • It is true that people possessed of really healthy impressions about the
    • real course, however, of scientific evolution of recent date, shows that this
    • thought and conceptual life, but living realities. Emphasis too must
    • actual fact that this “spiritual eye” really beholds a stream of
    • growing out of the etheric realm and disappearing within the physical
    • (Fechner, for instance), but does give imaginative descriptions of real
    • earthly realm, but originating in the extra-terrestrial regions, and which
    • plant world. A spiritual reality is to be encountered there which is to be
    • containing real spiritual beings. To this world our souls belong, just as
    • added if it is really to become intelligible to human beings. I should prefer
    • a spiritual reality behind the physical world, and he calls it — though
    • knowledge which human powers can acquire. To the realm of Praeambula Fidei
    • realm, while the corresponding events are occurring in the physical world.
    • Spiritual Science already knowable facts in the realm of everyday life, which
    • due to other conditions of life. The better these facts are really
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • Reality in Modern History, this lecture is also known as
    • The Supersensible Element in the Study of History, Lecture V from Symptom to Reality in Modern History.
    • speak of these things. Alas, many signs have shown how little real
    • its reality only when we see it against the background of the forces
    • reality this is only a collateral effect — as it were a by-product of
    • founded on Spiritual Science. Only he who realises this, in all its
    • What, then, is the real purpose of these forces which bring about the
    • important; they have no real vision of their fellow-men. In this
    • element tending towards a deeper and more real knowledge of man.
    • so for one who sees things in their reality, all physical things are
    • reality of man, as a picture painted on canvas is to the reality it
    • In this way we shall learn to see the human being. And we shall really
    • word-for-word with that which springs from a knowledge of realities;
    • listen to a serious warning of what it will really mean for the world
    • then in the realm of will they will have — forgive the hard saying
    • living colours. Lastly, as they learn really to see one another, they
    • All these forces, however, will reside more in the inner realm of the
    • really is. It does, however, require, at least for certain special
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • impulses which seek to become reality. But in so doing we must
    • ask ourselves: What really happens then, not merely in that which
    • basis of social life and which, when broadened, is really the
    • far as you have not yet attained clairvoyance, really only penetrated
    • evident to one who studies the realities of life. Above all things,
    • social democracy is really so, and must be so understood.
    • things of reality demand that we work with them, and not against them.
    • the human being really must continue to learn throughout his whole
    • really in accord with our natural development.
    • realities. One who really thinks about it recognizes the fact that
    • pocket? The $5 note is really an illusion — it is worth nothing in
    • reality (even if it is metal money. At this point I do not want to
    • of no real worth). Money is namely only a ‘go-between’. And only
    • have any real value, but only at the command of the social order. The
    • then you begin to get a picture of the real facts.
    • mean possession of adequate insight, really have no knowledge. Thus
    • in opposition to anti-social forces? What is really required? I said
    • note) the real transaction which is linked with it.
    • forget ourselves, that in reality we find that almost everything which
    • the education of children. For we can really develop this imaginative
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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • ROM the two preceding lectures you will have realised that in finding
    • latter were the people who really created the political life of
    • really brilliant spiritual movement which lasted from the time of
    • many domains of life, was really only able to give a few indications
    • reality, testified to the existence of this subconscious longing. Why
    • did it never really come to the surface?
    • hand, indicating that this was a realm he was not willing to enter. A
    • simply did not know what spirit really is from the standpoint of a man
    • the spirit, without a notion of its real nature, are the theosophists
    • Taking it all in all, what Hermann Grimm said about Goethe is really
    • In an essay on Macaulay, Hermann Grimm set out to show that in reality
    • To hit upon such a characterisation indicates real ability to shape
    • an extraordinarily good, a really splendid piece of writing — only it
    • is not Goethe! In reality it gives only a shadow-picture of Goethe, as
    • of culture there is no real grasp of the spirit, no experience of it
    • itself to-day is that it had no real experience of the spirit, nor
    • If a man is to have real and immediate experience of the spirit in
    • it will be clear that this mediaeval history is really the story of
    • together with the element of Nibelung barbarism on the other side. One really
    • we find a really gifted man such as
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  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • knowledge of super-sensible worlds really fruitful in ordinary life. It can
    • realms is the force of Imagination, the second capacity is the force of
    • among these — but the essential quality of a really spiritual world
    • The crux of the matter is really to go into these things, and not, as is still
    • After having as it were shown you how these things can really be gone
    • of really grasping man if you look at things from the point of view of the
    • perceptible world versus the super-sensible world. In reality it is like this:
    • bound to our ordinary senses. We perceive only what is in the realm of
    • include the whole of the imperceptible or spiritual realm, we must speak of
    • setup is that education has to be a real art. In the time of transition people
    • today, however, is to give people a real knowledge of man, especially if
    • they are teachers, You see, if you possess this real knowledge of man and
    • man and releases will impulses. Indeed it ought to enter into many realms
    • I have demonstrated this in one particular realm of life, namely
    • everything. Now it is essential for people really to develop a sense for the
    • and do not see any real humanity in one another, they will never be able
    • become social if they really meet one another in life, and something
    • human beings to develop really social impulses. And one of these social
    • sense for super-sensible knowledge. And the realm in which super-sensible
    • absolutely pertinent to life. What we must realize is that we have
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  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • speak of the warmth condition of the body, but in reality they regard
    • the solid element as the only organizing factor and do not realize
    • solid organism, we realize immediately that we cannot speak of this
    • the aeriform element all the time. We can really think of the air as
    • only be due to the failure to realize that there is but a slight
    • the warmth-organism. But no real knowledge of man's being can be
    • concrete reality. Nevertheless it can be envisaged as something that
    • to immediate expression. The solid organism itself is, in reality,
    • Tone is, in reality, something that leads the ordinary mode of
    • air is essentially an etheric reality. And the tone we hear by
    • pictures of dream-life as immediate realities in themselves, neither
    • the Ego; we could have no clear realization of our identity. We should
    • are not in the habit of thinking in a really unprejudiced way about
    • that which in reality reflects the inner bodily nature — without
    • the soul-and-spirit live in the physical man? — In reality we
    • upwards, we come to the soul-realm; and here (arrow at right
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • of man, and at the end it was possible to show that a really
    • the real sense — we saw that this must be regarded as only one of
    • further ado, to build a bridge from these imponderable, incorporeal
    • really nothing to do with our own essential being beyond the fact that
    • rarefied, leads us to the realm of soul. It is absolutely necessary to
    • world that can really satisfy us.
    • soul, for in modern psychology there really is no longer any such
    • science of today, and it is the one and only picture in which a really
    • honest modern scientist can find reality.
    • as described by modern physiology or anatomy. If you really take
    • see, we have come from the realm of soul into the physical!
    • You must think of this as a real and concrete happening: enthusiasm
    • regards the essential reality of tone as a matter of vibrations of the
    • the universe really is. Where are the sources of life? They lie in
    • natural world dies away in man; in the realm of the moral a new
    • be realized by the man of today. Otherwise he must ever and again be
    • reality a picture built up purely on the basis of mathematical
    • everything in the stars was conceived of as living spirit reality,
    • by stages into the physical, how in reality the two are united, men
    • realms just as most psychologists today — if they admit the
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  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • actions or deeds — which may also take effect in the realm of
    • all, but are wholly engrossed in thought. You must realize, however,
    • at work in your inner being, raying out its forces into the realm of
    • realize that the will is radiating all the time into his thoughts,
    • something will certainly strike us concerning life and its realities.
    • certainly realize that thoughts, as far as their actual content is
    • How, in reality, do we become inwardly more and more spiritual? —
    • thoughts — we become, as you can easily realize, unfree; for we
    • only when we elaborate the thoughts do we become free in the real
    • will. Thus from the realm of thinking we reach the realm of
    • life; speaking is largely connected with organic life; walking really
    • What, in reality, is devotion to the outer world? Devotion to
    • into the realm of the will; we develop freedom in our thinking by
    • standing in the world, can bring to realization in himself in such a
    • could never penetrate fully into the realm of the thoughts and
    • real effect only if the life of thought is something that has no
    • outer, physical reality. What, then, must it be?
    • thought as such is in truth not a reality of the immediate
    • or rather, before conception. The life of thought has its reality
    • lived through in the real sense between death and a new birth, and
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  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • various nations were so great, nevertheless, in reality all these achievements
    • Now, we must realize that modern humanity is permeated by Ahriman. Ahriman
    • modernday astronomy and other branches of natural science, and realize that
    • Christmas. We must realize that since the nineteenth century even theology
    • a new way. They must realize that they must first of all seek Isis, in
    • souls feeling and sensing the true significance of the event. Are we really
    • we are prepared to help one another in love, so that a real community of
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • We really have three such times of festival in Christian tradition:
    • raise ourselves to an understanding of the real Mystery of Golgotha,
    • things, so remote from life and reality. There is not even a true
    • properly understood, they are not ordinarily understood in their real
    • abstract to us, revealed at that time something really living, because
    • or conception, and consequently it was holy to them. They realized
    • The fact really is such that when we are in the condition experienced
    • really, felt the revelation of the earth through their bodies when in
    • real penetration into the starry heavens; they saw what was spiritual
    • Christmas Tree really? It is not so easy to find its meaning. In
    • being our Christmas Tree, we come to realize that this Christmas Tree
    • expressed in the gradual disappearance of the real Christmas symbol,
    • which is really the Tree of Paradise.
    • talk of Christ Jesus, but really worship only Jehovah. For, as we saw
    • but were really concerned with the original God, Jehovah, who lives in
    • real Christianity must be born anew. We need a cosmic Christmas
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • It embraces a very wide realm, and all I can do here is to give a few
    • they were relating real experiences when they spoke of man being
    • a vision of reality, a “standing within” spirit-filled reality.
    • the feeling of freedom, that sense of freedom which is in reality a
    • One cannot really put the question concerning freedom in the way that
    • inwardly. This is true in the realm of the inorganic, from physics up to
    • astronomy, as well as in the realm of the organic, and in spite of the
    • condition comparable, in the realm of soul, with physical faintness.
    • realm where the dangerous knowledge is to be found; a Guardian holds
    • prepared, he is able to stand upright in the realm which would
    • if the soul becomes conscious, in a healthy manner, of its own real
    • the life of feeling is undoubtedly every bit as real as — even
    • perhaps in some ways more real than — the life of thought: but
    • how they are connected with external reality. Has not the life of
    • in both. So that in reality we are awake only in the life of ideation;
    • realities.
    • consciousness, and here we are taken into the realm of the will. Little by
    • world (we are really only postulating behind Nature a second equally
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • consciousness is concerned it has really only the intensity of a
    • with the surrounding world. Our antipathies really come from more
    • unconscious realms. They press upwards from the sleeping will. It is
    • the ear that hears of it. — Nevertheless man must realize that life
    • And now let us ask: What, in reality, is this activity in the domain
    • realize that all were created and shaped out of sympathetic
    • really living connection with the external world, when with our ego we
    • realize that the Greek had already begun to live very intensely in his
    • in comparison with that of the ancient Persians, really amounts to
    • Today, of course, it must be realized that the old instinctive wisdom
    • in reality it is the planets that radiate light to the sun and the sun
    • our task must be to penetrate to the reality.
    • made their way thither. A spiritual reality lay behind these journeys.
    • wisdom and therefore met with his death — only when men realize that
    • into the darkness — only when men realize that the light whereby the
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • I have previously called your attention to how a real understanding of
    • realm of the hierarchies, as here we live among the beings of the
    • indefinite words. If we want to speak in a real language, which can be
    • the fixed star heavens. Then we would have expressed in real cosmic
    • The first is abstraction, the second reality.
    • It is an actual fact that this name which Man gives himself is really
    • seen in its reality, before Man's higher and inward experience,
    • microcosm of the reality of the macrocosm.
    • it really to be hollow from the spiritual point of view.) In the
    • right into reality.
    • In itself it is really interesting — if one has a mathematical bent
    • And only then did the archetypal, underlying reality become an
    • a fully conscious way, to the true reality which for a time had to
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • time of puberty. Not until then can the child begin to form real
    • new, the real, etheric heart. This etheric heart is a concentration of
    • putting it is quite true to reality, though naturally it sounds
    • saying we mark a real event in the human inner being): from puberty
    • Then when man passes through the gate of death, this ethereal-astral
    • takes place a union of the cosmos with the earthly realm, and in this
    • the cosmic ethereal with our own human actions. So do we enter again
    • this connection, I am once more describing something absolutely real.)
    • physical world, and they consider it in relation to moral laws. The real
    • found in their real union when we learn to understand all the
    • of the etheric heart and they join together. This, indeed, is the real
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    • more concrete reality than they have in our age of abstraction.
    • the concrete reality of such ideals, although in so doing it does not
    • as concrete realities, to the being of man.
    • does not know what this implies. We speak of Truth, little realizing
    • (see Note 1) does not realize that
    • able to realize his existence inwardly, apart from all externalities.
    • existence we live in a world that is but a copy of true reality.
    • Indeed, we only understand this physical world aright when we realize
    • it to be this copy of reality. It behooves us, however, to feel the
    • true reality within us; we must be aware of our connection with the
    • instead of feeling the reality of the etheric body, he is nowadays apt
    • The sense of the reality of the etheric body is strengthened by the
    • experience of Beauty. When truth and truthfulness enter the realm of
    • real experience, we are, in a sense, living rightly in the physical
    • reality of the etheric body. To have no sense of beauty is to
    • vividly aware of the reality of the etheric body, and in the course of
    • is absent can possess no real sense of truth and truthfulness. But
    • alas, is only really present in pre-earthly existence. Here in this
    • existence in the realm of spirit.
    • Yet delight in beauty must be paid for at the cost of realizing that
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    • is rich and diverse, and if one wants to reach some reality concerning our
    • realms of nature. Through concepts and ideas we learn to know mineral,
    • Ancient man knew that reality expressed itself in things which today are
    • could then see, as it were, into the inner realms of nature. From the
    • reality of man's being, the source of his human dignity, escaped him — it
    • civilization was based. It meant that really enlightened people in those
    • the other realms of nature. His home is elsewhere than on the earth. His
    • life, after death. This has now taken its place in life on earth. A real
    • man was not the real human being. The natural man was clearly differentiated
    • realize how at every moment this freedom of his has to be wrestled for. He
    • should realize how, in his passions, emotions, feelings and sensibilities, he
    • this realm of subhuman. They recognized that all their knowledge was of the
    • subhuman realm in those ancient times. That was a significant point. For,
    • entered earthly life from the realm of the pre-earthly. You can become man
    • realize our humanity only on the other side of the gate of death; that time
    • fully man after death. In this, our own age, it is man's task to realize
    • really human, that we may not experience the scandal of being less in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • within the organism, and in order really to understand what is going
    • when one process is stronger than the other will a real tumefaction
    • or a real inflammation develop.
    • reality as it seems when matters have to be simplified in a schematic
    • presentation. In reality the processes interpenetrate one another. In
    • in reality we are always dealing with interpenetrating activities
    • Then we will really be
    • about at the same time so that these things can really be applied.
    • into the abstract so that we cannot grasp the human being's real
    • really not concerned with furnishing sectarian aunt-and-uncle
    • spiritual into everything material. And if anthroposophy really wants
    • moment we can really show how anthroposophy touches on all other
    • sense, for what anthroposophy is striving to realize for the health
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    • as if it were resting within itself. In reality, everything lives and weaves
    • comprehensive observation of the human being based on reality. But
    • contemporary natural science actually excludes from its realm what
    • approach the human being. Therefore this natural science can not really
    • laboratories or in a clinic — there one must really struggle. In
    • and then one finds out everything. It really isn't that simple. Thorough and
    • will see what is significant here. What matters is to really be able to see
    • human organism on the other. Then it is possible to really find the
    • be achieved by more soul-spiritual processes of healing. In this realm one
    • realm, however, it is very easy to get into dilettantism. One can, for
    • I really could only present the principles aphoristically to you today.
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    • To ordinary consciousness this may seem true, but in reality it is not
    • asleep appear as darkness in the midst of life. And in reality it is to
    • the night which males us real human being and no mere automata.
    • Truth is, we never bring our real and inmost Ego with us from the
    • real man, standing upon Earth; here am I with my inmost being.’ We
    • on Earth, not as the real man himself, but as the picture of the real
    • form. I do not look at it truly if I describe it as a reality — as a
    • real being, thus or thus. I only look at it truly if I say: It is a
    • manner. The physical world is not the true reality, so it is said; it
    • is a maya — the true reality is behind it. Yet such a statement does
    • animal kingdom — there works what we may call a lower spiritual realm.
    • realm — a realm which also influences man. Looked at in his totality,
    • spiritual reality. It is the Beings of the Hierarchies who are really
    • there. When he looks up to the stars, man in reality is looking up to
    • some indication of the living Spirit which in reality fills the entire
    • Penmaenmawr I tried to tell a little of the real spiritual nature of
    • never really see the Moon itself; we see at most a scanty indication
    • realize that there are lofty spiritual Beings there — Beings who were
    • every night when man is sleeping, and it is realized more fully
    • Beings have withdrawn, leaving behind with the earthly realm only the
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    • our anthroposophical understanding of times and seasons, if we are really
    • passes through the gate of death, and how he enters the realm of the starry
    • worlds, the realm of spiritual evolution, taking with him the power of his
    • nevertheless led over World Being and World Thought into the realm of the
    • that one can really do for Raphael as a personality is to write of how one
    • sense-reality, whatever the eye can see and recognise as beautiful — all
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • resurrection to the disciples who were really initiated?
    • of mind in which men of past ages took up the real Mystery of
    • — we may indeed say it in the real sense of the word —
    • the approach of the Mystery of Golgotha people really felt that death
    • development — that death began to have a real influence in
    • had remained the same as in the past, where they did not really know
    • the divine world. If one wishes to penetrate into the real depths of
    • this esoteric teaching, one must realize that he who understands the
    • realize his plans quite easily. Ahriman hopes for this always. One
    • other expressions should really be found — that special joy
    • records really refer to the teachings that were imparted by the risen
    • is active, we do not really live. We must feel that when we are
    • thinking, we are not really alive, that our life is poured into the
    • which is really an
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    • relationships, Freemasonry. Freemasonry really belongs here, in spite
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    • realm of purely spiritual being according to his “Doctrine of
    • “Let a man withdraw himself ever so much within the realm of pure
    • purely spiritual manner if we would really know it in its true aspect.
    • clearly what it is that we really gain from a mathematical figure.
    • — this is what everyone who really seeks after Truth should keep
    • the realm of sense what thou hast learned about the Circle by
    • We must attain the faculty to speak of the realms of Life and Soul,
    • As it is true that only so much of real knowledge exists in Natural
    • realm of mathematics itself, towards the super-sensible. This has come
    • something quite different from it, namely to the real
    • within the real that we calculate the “Imperceptible.” And
    • realm of the senses is led back to the point of the super-sensible.
    • mentioned here, but rather by realising in true
    • the mathematician. And for what has been accomplished in the realms
    • non-mathematical student when he penetrates into the realms of the
    • confirmed in the realm of the senses. Even when we make a mathematical
    • only then are we able to understand what is the realm of Arupa
    • in contrast to the realm of Rupa. On the lowest and most
    • elementary plane we have an Arupa reality before us in the
    • realms of being. But one here has the means to see at least an
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    • reality it is very near indeed to the higher domains of the life of
    • to the soul. Anyone who does not understand them should realise that
    • You will realise from many of the Lecture Courses that have been given
    • namely, as realms devoid of feeling. The first kingdom of those we
    • Spiritual. The animal kingdom is the first realm with which he makes
    • aware of the animal realm as a totality; only those human souls come
    • experienced in the human realm in yonder world that the dead is in
    • this intercourse the spiritual world can be described as it really is;
    • faculties; but when we think it over, we shall realise that it
    • developed clairvoyance, realise why it is so difficult for human
    • but really to become accustomed to the total reversal of the familiar
    • this example helps you to realise one thing only, namely, that
    • but one cannot really understand anatomy without such pictures. I
    • asleep and awaking is just as important. In the real sense, the human
    • really passed away but is still there. In physical life men have this
    • are really simultaneous, just as on the physical plane two places are
    • favourable, others less so. And we may ask: What can really help our
    • abstractly, but with real warmth of heart. This can so take root in
    • realise vividly what was the nature of your particular interest in the
    • him. In reality it comes from us. This becomes intelligible only when
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    • matter can really be talked about. I remember it because it is just
    • hands. This is how we really get their brains mixed up. This tendency
    • such an ideal, but before we could realize it, we would have to
    • being. The really criminal thing is that nowadays people monkey
    • Once we realize
    • imagination and not in reality. When we look from our chair in space
    • to an understanding of what is really happening and its connection to
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • Logic and the Sense for Reality.
    • the world through the realm of his senses and the organs of his
    • explanations, but have to turn to those realms of the senses which
    • processes in the realms of the senses which are responsible for
    • become so personal and really want to let personal feelings cloud
    • here. For instance, we have said: the realms of the senses, as they
    • present life-organs were then more in the realm of the soul. Think of
    • Real aesthetic life in human beings consists in this, that the
    • life of the sense-realms must be sought in art and the experience of
    • reality in our materialistic time, the significance of the alteration
    • which goes on in a human being within the realm of art cannot be
    • Ego, just as he stands there in immediate reality, is not a work of
    • really be a work of art. The alterations made by the artist in what
    • artistic perception is never so confined to the realm of a particular
    • real Spiritual Science, the following result is reached. For ordinary
    • colours, the red or blue or violet; he really tastes the colours, not
    • the process of seeing, so that the painter really tastes the colour
    • conjoined sense-activities occur when the realms of the senses pass
    • realm of the senses passes over into the realm of life. All this must
    • the aesthetic realm when secretion leads to physical excretion. It
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    • present time, when so much — far more than people realise —
    • realise fully in their soul what this signifies: less than three
    • how does man achieve real freedom in his social life? Schiller would
    • realm, so that a man does not have to submit to it, but is able to
    • Schiller felt when he described this middle condition as the real
    • In conversation about Kant, Goethe would not let himself become really
    • man's spiritual history than people can realise today. The period
    • present-day men and can really speak only through the medium of
    • enter into earlier conditions in man's history. It would really be
    • the middle of the nineteenth century, one cannot really grasp what is
    • life, but the power to achieve real results was not in it. And today's
    • This is something that only real Spiritual Science can do, in the most
    • man. And so Spiritual Science is really serving those dark but
    • regarded with horror; but it will have to be cultivated, if any real
    • A real understanding of the social organism will be achieved only when
    • Thus you are led through a real study of man into a true cosmology.
    • really a trinity, a threefold being. Today both revelation and
    • realms into one. Economic life, it is said, must be brought gradually
    • with this middle realm and that everyone should be represented there.
    • You can see that real knowledge of man and real knowledge of the
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    • greater darkness; we have no clearer grasp of its real content than we
    • Now it is very important to realise that each one of the three systems
    • reality. These traditions you will find sometimes very beautifully
    • elemental beings from the Elf King's realm intervene in the destiny of
    • true to reality. It could not possibly have been said in this poem
    • life alone we are not involved in the realm of the elemental beings.
    • ready to form any idea of their reciprocal relation to the very realm
    • feelings — we dive down into the realm with which the Christ has
    • So it is in reality with every form of light. And so it is with every
    • time, however, are not real things in themselves. Velocities, varying
    • velocities, are real.
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    • Now the intellect alone can give us no real knowledge of what has
    • really come to pass in the life of humanity through the ages. A great
    • Sun has grown up which is really modelled wholly upon earthly
    • realise and understand the connection of the being of man with
    • which the Sun is related to the Ego, and we shall also realise that
    • drinking. But within the organism they are received into the realm of
    • striving should be to unfold real vision, to attain Imagination. If
    • life. The beginning of a human life may really be said to consist of
    • Moon forces lead substance over into the realm of the living and are
    • trying to replace shadowy intellectualism by real Imagination. In the
    • realise that the forces of heredity described by modern science are
    • understand. Man must realise that the mysteries of his being cannot be
    • for he is really much more like an earthworm who has eyes at most for
    • again as rain. This is really all that men see in the way of forces
    • earth state, but he can only do so by realising and knowing his
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    • the realm of the sense-perceptible. A human eye or ear on the other
    • super-sensible world. We must realise that a human ear, for example, is
    • truly say, man is an image of processes and realities of Being in the
    • already show that this science is quite unaware of what they really
    • realise the following. In the first stages of development in embryonic
    • reality. As soon as we come into the spiritual world which lies beyond
    • to perceive the Spiritual within the realms of sense. But after death
    • ‘It is for the earthly realm; and if you would possess the
    • really mean what lies behind the eye, within the soul. And if I now
    • formations that the word Tree is expressed. There in reality you have
    • the mouth into the ear, the word Tree sounds forth ethereally, going
    • really interested. The thing is objective enough in that sense! But if
    • the wonder of it, who would not really feel with such a
    • Or again, take in real earnest what I said just now. When we move our
    • is outwardly existent. But in the inner experience which is realised
    • signifies the same for the Imaginative realm as the spatial element
    • namely, that the element of time is really permanent; it is a thing
    • that it is past. Hence, too, it has its real significance.
    • another realm. In our first seven years we have an impulse of
    • It is not really so. For the life of time is a reality. As the spatial
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    • in things that, until the age of 20 or 21, really ought to go in an
    • astral body from the physical is really a continual experience of
    • concerned, this does not really make such a very great difference. By
    • really to be broken down and transformed instead of created. Poisons
    • really hasn't answered us at all. We can't get a satisfying answer out
    • they are so gripped by what they hear that their attention will really
    • own personality. In such matters, imponderables really pass over from
    • Naturally we must look not at appearances but at reality. It is
    • detrimental feelings out into the country and are really permeated by
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    • have a real connection with the way in which beings in the world evolve and
    • realise it — that the world cannot do without such societies. To put
    • themselves for the attainment of immortality in the real sense. But to
    • real experience, to have the feeling that one belongs in very truth to the
    • of an example of really objective human action. — An architect builds
    • reality are. A lawyer, for example, is to all intents and purposes working
    • for his clients. Part of his work may well be selfless, but the real
    • humanitarianism which, while it is empty of real substance, still persists
    • or charitable institutions. For selfless deeds are the real foundations of
    • Spirituality in those days was directed to reality; whereas our epoch
    • sight, remains. It will not be difficult for you to realise that in certain
    • is, in reality. It will be realised — by the public mind too —
    • Freemasonry would then be imbued with real spirit once again. Content and
    • Degrees are there but nobody has worked through them in the real sense! In
    • not his personal “ I ” as the criterion. The real heart of the
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    • soon realise that, in the sleeping condition, as opposed to the
    • world of reality, a world which is passed through between
    • certain realities lying behind them. The pictures fade away
    • during sleep not only does the human being enter the realm of
    • while feeling is darker and really a kind of dreaming, and
    • revelation was known. It was realised that many people had died
    • narrates something that is a reality, speaking of a man who
    • Ahasueris a real cosmic force, a real cosmic being. A
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    • body, astral body, Ego, and so on, is really very abstract. For this
    • reason we have tried on many occasions to describe what is really
    • reality. To-day we shall consider the human etheric body, describing
    • what is discovered by super-sensible vision about the real being of
    • descriptions very much further do we penetrate to reality.
    • we shall consider its real nature, as it is beheld super-sensibly,
    • be. In reality the soul is emerging from the impressions of the cosmic
    • human soul translates what is really individualised cosmic
    • the real experience behind the phenomenon most of you may have met at
    • methods with which penetration into such realms is possible —
    • then it can be observed that in reality this flowing warmth, this
    • individualised Logos. One cannot really say: this forming of
    • us: the human speech that is directed inwards. It can really be
    • — seeking the ultimate reality, behind what is fundamentally
    • real being behind the words — we find the ultimate reality of
    • pictures) as the various Lotus-flowers. Thus you can realize how
    • an appearance, and its true inner reality must be sought. This reality
    • ultimate reality. It is a working and flowing and weaving together of
    • Cosmos and is individualized in the human being, there is really
    • softer.... Really this should be described differently. When these
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    • name of Christ has no real place, is gaining ground more and more. I
    • thought, really contradict the genuine results of scientific
    • by people whose immaturity in the realm of Spiritual Science makes
    • them wholly incapable of real judgment in matters of the spiritual
    • The Gnosis realised, however, that with this Christ — Who must
    • whatever we may think of the Reality — on the one hand of the
    • that can never be general. To realise this we have only to consider
    • beings, need something real and immediate that can take hold of
    • realising that there is a far greater satisfaction in experiencing
    • realm of Art, after the tangible and the visible, and would no longer
    • renounce the real Christ Idea, and endeavoured to confine attention
    • achieved by this really serious research into the life of Jesus.
    • led to no real result. It would lead us much too far to enter into
    • achievements of the modern age will realise that it has been attempted
    • external, materialistic research. He will further realise that the
    • reality at all in a ‘God,’ that is to say in a purely
    • make of a God in whom it cannot really believe? The only proof it has
    • however, the modern mind can only relegate to the realm of poetry.
    • Mysteries really were in their true nature. All that was accomplished
    • life of sleep could know the reality of existence as a citizen of the
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    • we realise that its impulse has already made itself felt in the form
    • consciously realised by him any more than the laws of growth are
    • consciously realised by the plant. I say this at the outset in order
    • would-be learned gentleman remarked: “Goethe was really a Mystic,
    • And now let us speak of what is really the fundamental conviction of
    • — Indeed, the true Mystic realises that this higher kind of
    • which is, however, more than an image. Those who really know what they
    • Spheres is a reality, for there is a region of the spiritual world in
    • real world into which man can enter through a higher birth. Initiates
    • pervade the created universe. He felt the reality of this music and
    • realise how deeply Wagner's soul was steeped in Mysticism. To a
    • that happens to be living in their soul. He wanted to realise his
    • when he realised his mission, a point too, upon which Nietzsche
    • realise the union of religion, art and science — which in the
    • primeval times he realised that although the arts had once been
    • in human nature is in reality one and undivided but has been separated
    • There is a deep reality in a sacrifice made by one being for the sake
    • albeit this universal soul must be thought of as a reality, not as a
    • Wagner realised and understood the mysterious thread that binds soul
    • erudite professors. What are legends and myths, in reality? They
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    • Thus when medieval culture was at its prime, it was realised that
    • communicated afresh. True, the Greeks realised that higher spiritual
    • and were thus able, with super-sensible knowledge, to realise the
    • Very little real understanding of Plato is shown in modern text-books
    • is little real understanding of Platonic philosophy. Modern
    • of Aristotle and of Plato, by showing that there was really no
    • with real substance.
    • us pay heed to time, for only the illusory images of cosmic reality
    • Nazareth and the place of Christ in the realms of the spiritual
    • realised that Roman culture was rapidly falling to pieces under the
    • Apostate was indeed the Apostle in respect of spiritual realisation of
    • the Mystery of Golgotha. — And it is this spiritual realisation
    • Truly these things are grave when we see them as they really are. I
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    • human evolution. We should realise over and over again that the old
    • A real understanding of the present can only be gained if we rightly
    • reject and criticize this or that, yet they do not wish to grasp real
    • goal of transforming social life in a real and true way, and this can
    • should turn to these kinds of feelings, which are far more real in
    • To WHAT do they really refer? They merely refer to something which at
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • form of a plan with real ideas relating to those things which can at
    • experiment is to be made; in reality, of course, this experiment
    • human being really consist of animal forms. He even had the courage
    • realise that things which may apparently sound like nonsense may
    • Things are not as easy as they appear to be, for in reality, the
    • out of the etheric body. But in reality, this does not take place;
    • What does really take place? — You see, I would like to
    • realise that these Beings do not exist in the universe simply in
    • they must fulfil. What do they really do? They, too, must use a
    • follow its own elasticity. The astral body would really take on
    • indeed! To-day, the ordinary science of the physical world really
    • actually arisen, that it could really be formed in its minutest
    • we can really designate as obtuse) think to cope with so easily by
    • clever they really are!
    • gave rise to the human being really exists within our own
    • knowledge! For, in reality, we cannot live without it. Indeed, at the
    • Tübingen, because nobody really understood his true value and
    • year of Planck’s death, and they really convey exactly what we
    • The reality could be
    • who believe that they really are in touch with the most practical
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    • dwelling-place of the God. And it is really the case that the farther
    • realise that a Gothic building, with its characteristic forms, is
    • cannot have failed to realise that its progress is based upon
    • Sphinx. What is really at the root of it? Why has it developed in
    • remarkable ... exactly the same, in reality, as the experience which
    • is indispensable. What is a Temple of Asia Minor, in reality? Does
    • of man helps us to realise the sense in which such a temple was an
    • temple of Egypt and of Greece, in reality, MAN!
    • be an expression of the spiritual realities of human evolution. We
    • namely, that the Spirit is the super-sensible reality. Art,
    • however, can work only in the realm of sense, can create forms only
    • indication reach us of the super-sensible reality within physical
    • reality, is an expression of the deepest spirituality that man can
    • invented.” To these words there should really be added: “Styles
    • “found,” but in the real sense only when they are born
    • interpretations because, especially when he is really creative, he
    • a work of art should be taken in hand by the intellect is a really
    • pictures, cannot fail to delight us; we are carried away by a really
    • has been substituted for the work of art in all its living reality —
    • the living reality this is just as abstract and barren as a
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    • Fifth Root Race (Aryan), we must realize at the very outset that it is
    • in reality these were only preparations, made among people who were
    • citizen, the real man. The works of the Greek sculptors rise again as
    • never had a strong footing in Galilee, had never really penetrated
    • entered into what had thus been prepared. The revelation of the real
    • real role in history because on this soil, previous history is still
    • about by the Crusades. The really important outcome of this was (the
    • is therefore probable that his real connection with Irish Christianity
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    • the most important) from our instinctive life, and cannot realise
    • events and movements of our day. In reality the souls of men have
    • closely with his human body as to lose this awareness of the real
    • What was the real experience of the man of ancient time
    • really connect with the necessities or laws of Nature. For the
    • of those ancient times felt the reality of spiritual things. “I
    • presence once more as the Cosmic Physician, shall we also realise His
    • realm of shades” — bears witness, how deeply humanity had
    • But we must realise
    • the real thing. The souls of olden time, looking out through the body
    • it were forlorn when they looked up to Worlds beyond the realms of
    • learned from those who knew, that a real God dwelt in the human being
    • the Mystery of Golgotha drew near, did men begin to feel the real
    • who comes from real worlds beyond the Earth, uniting with earthly man
    • life of soul and spirit. Now of that life in full reality of soul and
    • spirit, in yonder pre-earthly realms, here upon Earth we retain only
    • very real experience. He experiences in Thought, not his real life,
    • discovers in his soul the real nature of the thoughts of man. For the
    • is a reality deeply bound up with the whole evolution of the Cosmos,
    • when the Death in Knowledge is replaced by that real Death which
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    • opportunity of realising in our study of his being, has had its
    • live in the spiritual world. To-day we will extend this into a realm
    • to which on that occasion we gave little attention, — the realm
    • The way the Greeks are described in the schools to-day is really
    • to say nothing of the Orient. It is really no more than a ridiculous
    • into the life of man that in reality requires a higher hierarchy than
    • still higher realm. Therefore have I always had to speak to you of
    • the Trinity as standing above the First Hierarchy. In reality It only
    • quickened into life, — and that is through men coming to realise
    • was completely lacking in spirituality. It was really so. There you
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    • abstraction but a reality which transcends and works into the
    • realisation that spiritual foundations underlie this physical world
    • the inherent value of the medieval mind. The point is to realise and
    • instinctive realisation of the super-sensible world. His thoughts were
    • This later phase of evolution cannot really be said to have begun in
    • any real sense before the second half of the fourth century of our
    • really learn a lesson from the technique of Scholastic thought, but
    • East, the East was no reality.
    • down to the material realm and gave rise to the practice of corrupt
    • scholars would have us believe. The Greeks knew the reality of the
    • Instead of being sublimated to the realm of the Spirit, thought was
    • of sense. In this way the realm of human thinking became easy of
    • realm of an astute but at the same time material mode of thought. And
    • the whole reality is revealed to us as we look over towards
    • the time these forces — which are no less real than the
    • is urgently necessary that these things should be realised to-day.
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    • ethereal or elemental. Whether or not the expression is really
    • perceive Imaginatively — we realise that this world is peopled
    • outer physical picture of what is there in reality. In reality there
    • while in reality they are not. St. Paul said that sin came into the
    • reality. But among the conceptions which we thus carry through the
    • If we would speak of ‘Monism’ on any basis of reality, we
    • We must however realise that this working together of the dead and
    • mutual interaction between what goes on in the realm of those who
    • In bringing all this before us, we must realise, of course, that our
    • age has a real longing for what Spiritual Science brings to men; and
    • the real longings are frequently satisfied today by quite erroneous
    • cannot resolve to take the real steps into the spiritual world, so as
    • from consciousness has not therefore been removed from reality; it is
    • eliminated from the reality of his soul; there it goes on gnawing
    • realities that live in the foundations of the soul work in towards us
    • from the realm of the dead. Here we are led to quite a different way
    • spiritual world, but with the real spiritual world wherein those who
    • have passed through the gate of death are living as real beings. They
    • realise that the conditions are very different in the spiritual world
    • But this is only a comparison; in reality it is not a hollow sphere,
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    • still present and active in other realms; and we can have access to them
    • give what lives in the soul a direct link with reality.
    • belong indeed to the realm of the modern superficial judgment which
    • embedded in the myths, truths more concerned with reality than
    • microcosm with the macrocosm. Especially can one realize — and
    • actually how little deeply, one is concerned with reality in
    • the innovations to be really sweeping. That, however, had the effect
    • but inasmuch as they spoke of their Gods, they did not really speak
    • able to form concepts that connect one with reality; the especially
    • really underlies them. Let us suppose that at some time a personality
    • disappeared: the beings who can still have real Imaginations, these
    • could transform the sulphur through Imagination into reality, if he
    • by Saint Martin and those before him as the real sulphur, which they
    • Martin still speaks of how thunder and lightning are really
    • remember that the really clever people of today are, of course,
    • processes in the clouds — don't they? Anything really rational
    • men, had a distinct reality for these ancient peoples, since they
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    • still present and active in other realms; and we can have access to them
    • scientific thinking. The realization of what each one can do, no
    • could really say: we see them. Entirely abstract thinking has only
    • seeing of ideas, a seeing of spiritual realities, a living in
    • spiritual realities.
    • is really a reproduction of Imaginations only belonged to
    • older experience in Imaginations. Real physiological wisdom is, in
    • realize, they connected in a roundabout way with the sexual
    • reality. But it is there nevertheless; naturally not only in the one
    • really than developing a sort of group-sexuality. One could say that
    • of the Peoples or of the Nations’ is really only to be
    • It is necessary to realize as one of the secrets of the time-impulse,
    • imagine that they had to realize that what they crow is after all the
    • where I speak of the nominalism and realism of the Middle Ages. Abstraction
    • man connected with reality when he thinks, when he only thinks ideas?
    • connected with reality. When they reached maturity they thought over,
    • whether, when one thinks, there is still something of reality left in
    • one's thought or whether it is entirely divorced from reality and has
    • are more or less completely cut off from reality in their
    • with what is perceived. Sometimes people then search for the real
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    • still present and active in other realms; and we can have access to them
    • was not an abstract new Isis, but an actual, real new Isis. The
    • real being, the new Isis.
    • Isis, found that she is asleep. And so one can say: the real
    • stands far away from reality. The power of the Word, the power of
    • reality. This new humanity keeps well to words and always asks: Is it
    • them to their true reality, but taking them in their most superficial
    • chuckling and said: ‘What modern humanity should take as a real
    • how far they are removed from reality in what today they call ideas,
    • human mysteries through the real existence of the Luciferic,
    • reality is not sought for; there is no endeavour among men to
    • the present age, if one realizes that the essentiality which we call
    • Luciferic and Ahrimanic, is really bound up with the microcosmic
    • forces of man. And one can only understand reality today for the man
    • other reality, which indeed we have often studied, that lies for man
    • between death and a new birth. For the one reality is only the pole
    • of the other reality, the inverted pole of the other reality.
    • reality from misty vagueness.
    • understands that one has once been young. It does not really
    • understand how to grasp realistically that one gets older with
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    • still present and active in other realms; and we can have access to them
    • realize that in the age when that saying arose in the Egyptian
    • the sense of Plato, really only considered a man to be a partaker of
    • overthrew the tables and so on! In order really to promote what must
    • from reality; furthermore, all that must break into our age
    • catastrophically is connected with this divorce from reality. On the
    • really a digestive system just for digesting, it is at the same time
    • forgotten. And real judgment — not the sagacity I have
    • discussed lately — real discernment, the really deeper gift of
    • sense it is really of very little value. Forgive the remark —
    • man depends upon his head, he can really arrive at nothing else than
    • thinking with reality. This head-civilization, this Aries-culture,
    • philistine and commonplace — when one does not realize,
    • the rightful king of this world because nothing can really be
    • confront with the real, abstractions and things estranged from
    • reality, to set against them full reality and therewith the spiritual
    • reality.
    • what is foreign to reality and so on, and to seek, each for himself,
    • to approach the real and get beyond abstractions.
    • that estrangement from reality which today is the signature of the
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    • still present and active in other realms; and we can have access to them
    • the impulse really be found which mankind needs if it is to take in
    • reality each age is a transition. But it is a different thing to know
    • Revolution is really altogether sincere in his inmost heart. One
    • say to it then? One should really put oneself this question when
    • must really be considered from a different standpoint from the one
    • of men who are really representative in the historical evolution of
    • realize the tolerance that he means — a tolerance not inclining
    • with them, as they do not feel strong enough really to permeate
    • real Christianizing of science and the life of the State can only
    • of political life (one must know history, real history, not the fable
    • days: men have forgotten how really to become old, and we must learn
    • person decides that he will really read something! So it is no proof
    • deception. It is certainly a reality in respect of physical life, but
    • younger, in contrast to the physical-corporeal that becomes weak and
    • now, do I feel really fitted to say something to people ... As for
    • consciousness that what one can absorb through learning is really
    • many things, but then one must really force oneself — it does
    • soul. We must absorb in another way, we must really have the feeling
    • really needs, one can nevertheless keep to several beautiful thoughts
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    • still present and active in other realms; and we can have access to them
    • has in reality no true understanding of himself. One could say that
    • also a challenge to us to strive again for a real knowledge of man,
    • difficult to understand. In reality they are not, in spite of the
    • skeleton; it is really only set upon it, and then the rest of the
    • really conceive of man so — as spherical form and as moon-form.
    • in the position of really understanding the being of man. If we were
    • life, we should never be in the position of really saying ‘I’
    • the fact that in life as well we are really a duplex being. Not only
    • social life. It is really true that during his young days a man takes
    • and slowly as heart-man. And if the dead wish to express what really
    • transformed into heart-knowledge. A real miracle will happen if
    • natural science, or, really, natural-philosophy — one is
    • as I showed yesterday, this science of today would become really
    • For what do we really
    • fields) is to be something that is fitted really to be transformed
    • possibility at all of giving our children anything that could really
    • lacking for really giving to children today something that refreshes
    • on earth men wander about who have no idea what they are, who really
    • certain respects people flee from the real science of the spirit.
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    • still present and active in other realms; and we can have access to them
    • can realize that a considerable part of man's task between death and
    • can often be asked — whom does the child really resemble? And
    • one has once realized that the earth actually inhales and exhales
    • You will realize from what has been said that it is the head which is
    • real being of soul and spirit fairly early finds its spiritual grave
    • members of human nature enter into a real correspondence, when
    • and the shorter head-life really lives itself into the whole man.
    • really fruitful with feeling and warmth, instead of all the stupid
    • changing head-life into heart-life. We have hardly any real
    • structure of the old grammar school was really built up on these
    • these two Zurich performances by Pulver and Reinhart have really
    • nothing connected with real life, if one has not the patience to lead
    • his audience may make note of it. One will only be really able to see
    • nevertheless are everywhere spread abroad. One really need not touch
    • work out. I have been given an article that is really extraordinarily
    • not so direct might be thus expressed: ‘No, one really dare not
    • connection with reality. For the connection with reality is only
    • here on the earth, he is really connected with the whole cosmos. And
    • What could enter into him out of the universe, really entered right in. So
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    • Historical Aspect of Social Life in Its Reality Lecture
    • astral bodies, but that this dissolution is in reality a releasing
    • to realize how that which he incorporates into his etheric body by
    • whole great universe. In reality we participate in the making of the
    • on earth, is really formed from two directions. I have described to
    • toward the earthly realm, toward a people, a family, and so forth. If
    • the human being is really born out of the universe. And his sojourn
    • of mental pictures. This is nonsense. The real fact is that there is
    • processes which had formed his brain really point back to former
    • by freeing ourselves from the corporeal nature, we trace out the
    • whole cosmos in the realm of spirit and soul, and the cosmos teaches
    • the realm of western civilization are often really like a blind man
    • mathematically, we develop really out of our inner being; it is the
    • we remain entirely in the realm of the physical-material.
    • forefathers. And if research into these things is made in the realm
    • observance. In general one must clearly realize that speculation or
    • in a subjective, but in an objective realm.
    • we are moving in a very complicated realm. We have said on an earlier
    • from a point of view lacking in reality, that is, according to
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    • must realise that from the time of falling asleep to the moment of
    • physical and etheric bodies as active realities.
    • totally inadequate, for in reality something else of tremendous
    • really to be understood until we can follow how, in later life, the
    • is as follows: You should really not have gone to such and such a
    • unfold inner enthusiasm for ideals, they speak, in reality, of
    • really an attempt to deny the Spirit, inasmuch as these people will
    • imparts real aim to life and transcends physical existence, if in his
    • knowledge of life. Those who realise what lack of idealism in speech
    • from the Archangel, does not unfold the strength he should really
    • produce something that is beneficial to life, we must make a real
    • Archai and the effect of the absence of any real connection is
    • little children learn to walk, can indeed come to realise what a
    • altogether within the realm of the physical. It describes how the
    • any real peace of mind, it is merely a convenient theoretical
    • justice. What really matters most of all is the mood of soul that is
    • understanding of karma, is one which makes us realise when, perhaps
    • soul, we must realise: It is good and right that this misfortune has
    • A man who bewails a misfortune which is really the consequence of a
    • The truths of Anthroposophy need not remain in the realm of
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    • that in order really to know something about the nature of man, quite
    • were otherwise there could really be no history at all. They argue
    • the affairs of human beings. But he really did not feel at home in
    • the revelations of the human mind. And this was the real temper of
    • It is only now that Goethe finds a world in which his soul really
    • outlook is essential if we are to realise what Goethe really had in
    • until we realise the fundamental nature of the change that had
    • After he had been to Italy, Goethe really hated the first version of
    • reality, the thought of Galileo. This kind of thought tries to make
    • chiefly in the element of reason. It is really only since the
    • century. Anyone who really studies the writings of a man like John
    • We can have no clear idea of what this really means unless we
    • realisation of this intimate union between the concept or idea, and
    • the realm of the living. We have intellectualism — which
    • even only as an Italian, the world for which you are really seeking
    • nothing. Such documents as exist are very scanty and are not really
    • repeated one after the other, really meant something. World-mysteries
    • a realm lying behind the sounds of speech perceives something
    • heyday. We realise this when, for example, we study the Vedas or the
    • pervaded by something like an ethereal element, an element that is
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    • The Reality of the Higher Worlds.
    • The Reality of the Higher Worlds.
    • On the Reality of Higher Worlds
    • ON THE REALITY OF HIGHER WORLDS
    • of the reality of the higher worlds. As all my writings for many,
    • will realise that one brief lecture is foredoomed to be both
    • certain guiding lines, how the higher worlds can become a reality.
    • reality of higher worlds without pointing to the paths leading to
    • this reality, and there is no desire whatever to set these paths in
    • In the realm of philosophy, of course, many endeavours have been made
    • But with this kind of mysticism no really profound science of the
    • which, in their real nature, cannot be surveyed by the ordinary
    • one possessed of real knowledge they may be merely impressions made
    • find the reality of the higher worlds, we embark upon serious and
    • is unaware, and to embark upon investigation into the reality of
    • be lit by a picture-content, warmed through by glowing life, as real
    • arise in moments when we are caught up in the outer reality of the
    • external, spiritual reality. The objective significance of this
    • increasing capacity. We realise that through the activity which
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    • longer connect his statements with any contents which are really
    • really learn a great deal in this connection, if they would train
    • direction, we shall realise that the ordinary modern life of the
    • spirit does not possess a real technique of thinking. How many things
    • realise that humanity does not only carry over theories from one
    • the most significant materialistic thinkers, has given a real
    • other hand, it is extraordinarily sharp. For it really attempts to
    • reality, an offspring of the scholastic manner of thinking. We
    • materialism, unless we realise that it is nothing but the
    • really very important to contemplate earnestly and carefully how
    • which are evident and which do not satisfy a real thinker, have
    • really contains the images of the super-sensible world. If we consider
    • humbug. On the other hand, we should realise that what we observe
    • Czolbe we may see this quite clearly, the real sensualists and
    • There is a real
    • image was the reality. This is the essence, of materialism.
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    • state from his particular standpoint and, in reality, he was
    • with a certain emphasis, realising that Haeckel was a great
    • able to give something. Philosophy really had nothing more to
    • wished to set this forth objectively. So he said: In reality, it will
    • but these are only the symptoms. The essential point, the reality, is
    • these things through the symptoms, but we should realise: When we
    • reality, we are only awake in our life of thoughts. You fall asleep
    • you when you lift your arm through your will. The real inner forces
    • lives in a corporeal form within the sentient part of man? Rhythm:
    • views, as a praiseworthy, bourgeois mentality, but in reality it has
    • corresponding fruits; for it has really produced these fruits. You
    • real logic, a logic of reality, and the merely abstract logic of the
    • not really take place; the very opposite can take place. For this
    • the sense of reality, which is alone able at the present time to lead
    • can be adduced for a world-conception. But, in reality, this is
    • reality, both a radical materialism and a radical spiritualism,
    • The essential point to-day is to realise that something need not be
    • merely logical, but that it must correspond with the reality, as well
    • as being logical. It must correspond with reality. And this
    • corresponding with reality can only be reached by living together
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    • age. What does this really mean? — A concrete example, already
    • real event of recent times, experienced by quite a number of our
    • concrete example is really connected with a child, with the little
    • happened to be crushed by it, so that the van was the real cause of
    • really arrived at that particular spot because the child had to
    • really correspond to the truth.
    • really to come down. Ever since the death of little Theodor Faiss, we
    • grasp how matters really stand with an etheric body that had to cut
    • pertains to the physical body only if we realise that its forms
    • are really taken from the whole universe and that in regard to
    • lifted out of our physical-corporeal part, so that we are endowed
    • a purely external standpoint, there is really no difference
    • the physical-corporeal part. The clairvoyant consciousness is able to
    • Now let us assume that this is the physical-corporeal and that the
    • physical-corporeal part; but let us now imagine a sleeping human
    • can realise that man's future salvation, man's welfare in the nearest
    • so clearly in these fateful days, then we realise that spiritual
    • can only say, resembling) a human head. It is really formed in such a
    • above explanations can really give you, as it were, an idea of the
    • Michelangelo was not as yet able to portray the real Christ. Christ
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    • man. And so he is incapable of understanding the reality of the
    • sufficiently clear to indicate real insight into that relation of man
    • turn to Lord Bacon of Verulam, we find that he, in reality, no longer
    • real knowledge of nature. Thus Bacon too, at the turn of the
    • a new experience. Indeed he could not do so, because the old reality
    • object of finding knowledge of the universe. He had really ‘lost’
    • in man, he was speaking of something absolutely real and concrete.
    • to abstract ideas which have no real content. Jacob Boehme gathered
    • concrete reality. Outer nature lay there perceptible to the senses,
    • human spectre is evolved, never the real being of man. In this human
    • filled with so-called inner experiences which are, in reality, mere
    • on earth without form, in lifeless nature, is really cloven asunder.
    • the like, are really crystallisations which have been shattered. Out
    • in reality they understand nothing at all. They come along with their
    • animate monad — in reality, nothing but an extended point.
    • have described to you was real knowledge among the sages of old; it
    • was ancient clairvoyance. Man experienced a real process, an actual
    • spiritual Beings with whom the ancient sages could have real
    • that which is etheric and fluidic. And thereby a real process is set
    • something that arose in the mind as a picture. When a real knower
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    • on jurisprudence, which, in reality are the outcome only of the Roman
    • climax during a period in the civilisation of Europe which has really
    • soul enabling man to really permeate, really grasp his ego, first
    • himself a real feeling of freedom. This feeling of freedom is
    • of waking up, was really quite different in the fourth post-Atlantean
    • really knows very little indeed of his bodily processes. The Greeks,
    • their own body. For example, the really cultured Greek looked up to
    • they were for him that which really raised him to the Divine, above
    • painting portraits, we really lie. We look at people outwardly and
    • soul-constitution that no longer allows us to really penetrate
    • the egoity, for the ego. We should realise this. And we should
    • realise that we must once more take in spirituality from an
    • filled with something, and so that that which really lives within us
    • everything that is real, that once more enables us to have an insight
    • reach once more real facts, realities.
    • in a really living way. Yet certain people had preserved the last
    • stragglers of those who were still able to have a real understanding
    • being taught to such an extent — what is it, in reality? —
    • Harnack established in Central Europe really signifies the negation
    • really dwell while we are asleep?
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    • acquire any real self-knowledge or feeling of his own being without
    • However, if men really take hold of the best possibilities for their
    • being applied to their interpretation are really worthless, and have
    • real evil of our time is not that men have no super-sensible
    • worst plight; it is healthy logic, really sound thinking, and above
    • we need only realise that the majority of people to-day are not
    • What must be realised is that when a man desires to approach the
    • personal feeling. It must at all times be realised that the
    • Anthroposophical Society should become in the real sense a bearer of
    • is, in reality, one with the light weaving in the world.
    • real ego, but it is a mirror-image, a picture only, a
    • what I am now saying as a really serious matter — has learnt to
    • world these vital truths of the age? People may not realise why it
    • School some at least of the children of men will be given a real
    • have realised that anthroposophical Spiritual Science is endeavouring
    • time in such ugly forms is simply this: People realise that here it
    • sense. We must learn to feel that our real ego is brought into being
    • active in the real sense, those thoughts are born which can fertilise
    • than a relic, for nobody understands what the Liberal Arts really
    • represented a reality, just as many other things still surviving in
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    • knowledge that can bring to realization what Goethe already divined:
    • ideal can be realized. But it is just the patient devotion to the
    • will understand what is really the deeper cause of my words. Let me
    • its task, must really carry the whole impulse of the Anthroposophical
    • fulfill its real nature when it feels itself as the kernel of the
    • have just said really intelligible, I must tell you a little about
    • receives with a really devoted Christian heart the theology offered
    • assumed forms that do not really enable it to instil into its
    • otherwise Christianity cannot be the really vital force for our whole
    • is really sound.
    • religious Movement into a real spiritual community in a form suited
    • it possesses from Anthroposophy — although it is true in a real
    • Movements. It is really not a matter today of going forward with a
    • matter, they may really be able to do so. When, therefore, there is
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    • a real event, in the true meaning of the word, because spiritual
    • body, this spatial interior is far more external than the real
    • point out that we really speak of ourselves in an entirely
    • really designate the skin of our face as our interior, and the
    • truth! It would lead us closer to the real truth if we were to say:
    • food into our stomach, we really send it out, we do not send it into
    • towards the outer world, was really turned towards our inner being.
    • really been turned inside out, like an overcoat that can be turned.
    • cannot pass through the real experience of our own birth.
    • we only look upon it spiritually. We must realise that we then
    • really encloses a microcosm, something that is, in reality, a whole
    • new birth, we really exist everywhere in the world; we live in it
    • schematically as it were, a reality of the spiritual world that
    • really requires to be explained in the form of images. In order to
    • reality of the spiritual world, we must first have those images.
    • essence of this life-tableau, we must really say: Everything that we
    • stood before you during the real experience.
    • But in reality, and
    • things, for, in reality, the Gods work within our experiences. We
    • at the most of everything through which we pass. We really experience
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    • soul that really constitutes a kind of triad, which, in the case of
    • outwardly; that is to say, a stage in which the soul really feels its
    • Such a nation really existed in
    • time the human being was really formed out of these three soul-parts
    • inducing one to say, it comes along, and one should really be afraid
    • tribes — in reality, they were Norman-German tribes who had to
    • based on the fact that it really prepares the “one-ness”,
    • real Being, that is not the human being, but inspires the human
    • that the souls are really able to say: My sentient soul is influenced
    • to know what the face was really like. We can only understand it if
  • Title: Lecture: Awakening to Community - I
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    • touch on at least a few of them again tonight. It was never really my
    • really open mind about these things and has come to anthroposophy in
    • to belong to an anthroposophical community to be a real and deep
    • concern of their hearts, something they cannot really do without if
    • ethical-moral and religious being a full inner reality. But it is not
    • with the life about him, as indeed he must, his real desire is to
    • The real truth is that what we have had drummed into us from about
    • may come to realize purely instinctively that the life and practice
    • super-sensible realm as the basis of knowledge. Externalized forms of
    • take on that mission, though it is also true that real human strength
    • real feeling for the fact of our humanness. The term
    • “Anthroposophy” should really be understood as synonymous
    • Society into being. The Society wasn't really founded; it just came
    • that is developing out of some genuine inner reality. An
    • fiddling around where a firm will is what is really needed, one can
    • external life. In other words, one's will really remains connected
    • their outer lives into a life that, while I cannot call it unreal,
    • enemies really suffer from something that resembles a fear of water.
    • born of fearless knowledge and a really strong will. This presupposes
    • in mind. Being a real anthroposophist is the all-important thing.
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    • must be understood that in reality it interpenetrates the whole human etheric
    • often said that man really only gains consciousness of things from being
    • We say: we recognize this man. What is it that really takes place in us when
    • of what he experienced previously. We have really to picture to ourselves,
    • evidence of that time. For what I have read to you really speaks of nothing
    • it is easy for us to realise that these forefathers of ours with all their
    • knowledge is really to be attained.
    • necessary that we should possess that really fine attitude of mind that can
    • people do not see how the course of evolution is tending, they do not realize
    • beginning by realising the trend of events — wherever we can, we must
    • themselves. It is thus easy to see where the real fault and blame should lie.
    • make you realise that this is a serious matter. That is why I have permitted
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    • Spiritual science can help us penetrate to a realm where new possibilities
    • methods. But that is really an exception to the rule, and is only of
    • bear grudges is really based on this, too. Bearing resentment preys
    • happened, that would really do some good. It is a fact and not a
    • enjoyed and desired in life. And the breaking of habit is really
    • regard to the moral realm can bring about the greatest progress in
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    • Spiritual science can help us penetrate to a realm where new possibilities
    • However it is just the task of a really spiritual movement to awaken
    • Present-day mankind must, above all, realise more and more that man
    • Now I want to say something which will really only be understood by
    • to do with man's health or sickness really is bound up with man's
    • understood when we realise their connection with the nature of the
    • in other words, never really fit; they always have one or another
    • kind of a person is he? If you understand what life really is, then
    • curing people of these, illnesses which are mainly the really
    • have really got to know this aspect of a person, you may have to
    • realise that everything around us in the wide world of the macrocosm
    • Now you will realise that the mixture of peoples affords us a certain
    • whilst they really belong to quite a different field. Above all we
    • after we have first of all dealt with the real origin of
    • For you will see that this really has a
    • being. Up to now we have not had a medical practice that has really
    • a modern form, you must realise that this wisdom is, in some
    • to any insight into the real, spiritual nature of man. What
    • contemporaries in the medical sphere — that is, with any real
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    • Spiritual science can help us penetrate to a realm where new possibilities
    • bringing forth another being of like kind. You must realise, however,
    • at birth and on into childhood human beings were really very similar
    • impressionable. Then he would really be able to take into his
    • doing, and as this is really happening all the time, it has a great
    • influence that came from the surroundings. Human beings were really
    • reality was that this inter-working of the sexes was accompanied by
    • work, through it becoming a really effective factor, the possibility
    • can see that it is really the astral body in particular that is
    • from him the medicine he really needs, then because of certain bad
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    • Spiritual science can help us penetrate to a realm where new possibilities
    • this circle outside the realm of the great ego and descending into
    • that we really have to speak of a kind of sinking down into a cosmic
    • laws inherent in the rhythms. At one time it was really like this,
    • powers. But this is really what it was like originally. Thus you can
    • between caricatures of science and real knowledge based on the
    • into every realm of knowledge and life.
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    • Spiritual science can help us penetrate to a realm where new possibilities
    • regularity of the astral body is really there, then the astral body
    • course speaking figuratively, for they are not really rotations but
    • because it is an indisputable fact. It is something that really ought
    • to counterbalance the local upset. There is really a revolution going
    • power to produce a temperature, for in that case, once it had really
    • could be understood. The etheric body really has a tendency that
    • really is a different quarter of the moon at the end of seven days,
    • absolutely conformed to cosmic relationships. Man really was a clock.
    • contains no understanding of real evolution. When a movement today
    • many themes that were really fundamental themes, and how we had to
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    • Spiritual science can help us penetrate to a realm where new possibilities
    • thirty-sixth, and so on. He really does go through his whole life
    • when he was twenty, so that it really hurt. In his reverse journey
    • you realise you have laid an obstacle in the way of your further
    • kind of connection. Now you will realise that the Kamaloca forces we
    • usually just a mask. In reality the reasons for it are as we have
    • development, for in reality illness is a process of further
    • expression, and what he has learnt from life can really be carried
    • feeling of release that the blockage has really gone and the organ
    • of karma triggers off illness. Therefore we should never really be
    • realisation. Spiritual science will become the great impulse for the
    • ascent of mankind, for mankind's real welfare and real progress.
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    • Spiritual science can help us penetrate to a realm where new possibilities
    • for the very reason that we start from something really commonplace,
    • we shall see that life's riddles really encounter us on all sides,
    • reaches the spirit will really fathom man's real nature. Laughing and
    • to know what laughing and weeping really imply, and therefore ascribe
    • it to animals as well. A person who really observes the soul knows
    • significant events if we want to throw light on the real nature of
    • because this is so, the really human part can only start, little by
    • weeks after birth the child really cannot either laugh or weep in the
    • processes really are. And that is why only a being that is capable of
    • Old Testament ‘Nephesh’. This is really what we call the
    • reality of an expression like this. One can ask what came about
    • that could really become an instrument for an ego and could gradually
    • really enquire into it you will find that laughter can always be
    • speaking this is what is really at the root of laughter. And this is
    • we have shown that really the most everyday things can be understood
    • the ability to portray the gods with real imagination, they portrayed
    • two realms.
    • really living within man, and when a man laughs this spark of God is
    • indiscriminate laughter, or as malicious criticism. For he realises
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    • Spiritual science can help us penetrate to a realm where new possibilities
    • at these relatively superficially you would realise immediately that
    • considered from another point of view. For we shall really get to
    • etheric body and were beings of a more ethereal nature, having only a
    • are really very little developed with regard to their physical
    • directed by strings from above! And so indeed it was, for the real
    • highest degree ethereal beings with highly developed etheric bodies
    • each of these beings that did not descend but was still ethereal
    • by people that actually lived in the realms of air in a kind of
    • earthly bodies appeared really to be only an addition to their
    • therefore, a real memory of these times is preserved in the Germanic
    • population of Africa. If you look at those things in a really
    • themselves in a physical body. It is very important that we realise
    • not really say this, because they did not reflect in this manner. But
    • These people do not want to learn anything, or really develop
    • remaining stationary at one point, but really advancing in spiritual
    • There were those who really wanted to develop their egos, and who
    • were always taking in new things, and by so doing they really became
    • then in the anthroposophical movement we shall really find the right
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    • Spiritual science can help us penetrate to a realm where new possibilities
    • distinct and vanish after a while. What is really taking place there?
    • with a tail. The physical seed is really only a denser point in the
    • have just realised that man receives new possibilities of development
    • gradually begin to realise their depth. Where does all that is
    • really falls into two parts, with no distinguishing line between
    • this spirit of the age is a real being. The spirits of the age, who
    • such a way that they really help our further development is due to
    • really further his evolution.
    • can never really explain world evolution. Only when we add to
    • something new to existing relationships, do we arrive at a real
    • as it really is. Only by this means shall we arrive at accurate
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    • will have realised what
    • you to realise that there must be complete truthfulness and deep
    • different angle, and indeed we cannot begin really to know anything
    • undertake further spiritual research into this realm and to present
    • this realm. In addition to all other demands to which only very brief
    • this inflow of spiritual knowledge to be a reality. Hence the further
    • experiences the realities of the spiritual world in a very definite
    • way. But he also experiences these realities through Initiation; he
    • the physical plane it is really only in the domain of artistic
    • practical accomplishments in that realm depend upon the establishment
    • world, we must be uninterruptedly active if we really desire
    • can also be called ‘visions’. But we must realise that
    • sense, are not the imagery of dream but realities. Let us take a
    • this vision is not a dream; we know that it is reality. When we
    • realm through which men journey after death, Homer calls it the
    • realm of the Shades in which no change is possible’.
    • Here once again I realised that we can rightly understand much that
    • of men. This attitude makes it possible to realise how the progress
    • directly and realistically from life. The artist has succeeded in
    • for instance. Homer speaks of the spiritual realm, a realm of the
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    • help everyone to realise that this ‘I’-consciousness can
    • realise that as a human being never fulfils his ideal value, his ‘I’
    • is really occupied throughout his life in reducing his own value, in
    • you will realise that between birth and death it is possible for man
    • reason that he is not, in the real sense, conscious in these members
    • passed through the gate of death becomes in the real sense a Mercury
    • individuals who during their life on Earth came to realise that
    • divine-spiritual reality. On the other hand, anyone who is a
    • realisation of the Divine element that can flow into all human souls.
    • not on the level of certain other faiths. What really matters,
    • Christianity is rightly understood only when it is realised that it
    • be made between knowledge of Christian tenets and the reality
    • understand his words can realise something of what they mean,
    • between knowledge and reality, it must nevertheless be said that he
    • this is not what really matters; what does matter is that such
    • a person knows the reality of Christianity — in the sense that
    • reality of Christianity. Not until Christians become so truly
    • between the reality of Christianity and an understanding
    • gradually acquire. But the reality itself has come to pass;
    • able to realise but does not always do so. One of the most beautiful
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    • caused by this realisation the power is acquired to change conditions
    • become reality on the physical plane exist as forces and effects in
    • between us. It is important to realise that after death we are not in
    • realise the wrong I committed, but I cannot rectify it and must rely
    • It is really only an individual who has remained on the physical
    • Such things certainly happen but we must realise that they are very
    • Without realising it he may even be longing for Anthroposophy. In
    • We realise from this that when Anthroposophy actually
    • world and the spiritual world cannot be built until we realise that
    • I want to make you aware of how little a man really knows about the
    • reality only. But an example will show that a very great deal is
    • implicit in this external reality. Suppose one day we leave home
    • All these possibilities which do not become reality on
    • karma just presented holds good only for the world of realities
    • represented by the physical realities and that our actual experiences
    • in his thoughts but only in his feelings. He may realise that he
    • some reality in the spiritual world. In teaching us that in the life
    • therefore, Anthroposophy succeeds in making a real effect upon
    • spiritual world. It is essential to realise that Anthroposophy
    • fulfils its task in the real sense only when it permeates the souls
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    • not as things are on Earth, when man does not really know his own
    • what is learnt from anatomy or biology conveys no real knowledge of
    • were outspread and what he perceives is really the centre. He looks
    • the centre. Translated into terms of spiritual reality, this is
    • that is really very similar to life between death and rebirth,
    • only one aspect of the matter, as we can realise if we consider from
    • spiritual reality connected with the passage of a constellation such
    • spiritual reality in cosmic space. Something came into their
    • cognisant of the reality. A man of the modern age does not know that
    • Bear; they ‘felt’ the astral reality and experienced
    • focal points, this was in keeping with the reality — which was
    • realised how the astral body and the Ego experience what is happening
    • was no longer able to perceive anything of the spiritual realities in
    • and through with spirituality. The same applies to his realisation
    • the Great Bear and enable them to experience as realities the
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    • realise that in his previous incarnation he was a Christian pupil in
    • before the temptation of Lucifer. Let us realise that, in accordance
    • realities of cosmic space itself and we will consider a particular
    • then we shall realise how infinitely wise was the contract between
    • in the realm beyond birth and death.
    • realise why the Buddha had necessarily to precede Christ Jesus, and
    • will realise that before human souls pass into physical existence
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    • these periods. But this ‘I’, the real, true ‘I’,
    • simply extinguished. The real, true ‘I’ lies much deeper,
    • much, much deeper! How can we form an idea of this real ‘I’,
    • when he is still crawling on the floor. The real ‘I’ —
    • walk, to speak and to think? The actor is the real, true ‘I’!
    • Now let us observe what this real ‘I’ does.
    • reason for this is that after the exertions made by his real ‘I’
    • in his earliest years of speaking and thinking in the real sense, are
    • him, to begin with, a perverted form. These Spirits ought really to
    • life would realise: You are a warrior; you are aware of your
    • is, in fact, a Medusa head. This is a very real phenomenon. The
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    • It is really as if until the seventh year of his life the human being
    • innermost realm of being. The outermost manifestation, the form, is
    • spiritual to the corporeal, from within outwards and is of interest
    • lectures is to acquire a really fundamental understanding of man's
    • course of evolution. If we realise this, it will, become evident that
    • errors.’ To realise this, however, is not as important as it is
    • be regarded as realities, for a world of swirling thoughts does
    • reality? You may remember that I have spoken of certain spiritual
    • is to be a beggar in the upper world than a king in the realm of the
    • might be a life in the real sense. This new impulse streamed into the
    • realise that a rich and abundant spiritual life streams from the
    • public opinion is intelligible only when it is realised that this is
    • assume importance, the Buddha-realm was established in the Mars
    • between death and rebirth man passes through this Buddha-realm on
    • there are many who realise the uselessness of adopting a one-sided
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    • Vision of spiritual realities gradually lost by human souls in the
    • real light upon his essential nature and being. For when we look
    • from then until the moment of waking he really sees nothing at all.
    • the real sense, we cannot penetrate it to any depth. We direct our
    • is really observing in the world that which amounts in his own
    • human kingdom. But then we know that the essential realities which we
    • everything except the real being of man, through the spiritual
    • is extremely difficult to describe these conditions and it can really
    • them with something that is invisible. In reality we see only the
    • earthly realm itself. Everything else stems from cosmic, not from
    • it is then that we realise for the first time why the physical body —
    • impossible for the soul to see or detect spiritual reality in the
    • itself with colours as such. In reality it takes no account of the
    • the reality. You can find books on physics and even on physiology
    • will have lost real interest in the world of light and radiant colour
    • coming into being for a further existence, he may realise that this
    • to realise: something will be lacking in that body but I cannot
    • realisation of being vitally involved in the necessities of existence
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    • unable to cope with life in this physical world. In the real sense we
    • need in order to realise how these different Beings approach us and
    • realise how impossible it is to say that we can wait until death
    • whether indeed we shall encounter any reality at all after death. Our
    • relationship to that reality depends upon whether in earthly life we
    • realise from this how Karma works over from one life to the next. In
    • when faced with reality. Here is an example: A certain free-thinking
    • incarnations. And we realise again and again what nonsense it is to
    • they have not really gone away from us but we remain connected with
    • living their influences into the realm of the dead.
    • acquired here — these feelings are the really important element
    • realise, however, how false it is to believe that without any
    • moves over the Earth he will bear within his soul the realisation of
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    • Old Sun. The death on Golgotha was only seemingly a death; in reality
    • sense-impressions bring into the soul and then try to realise how
    • comparatively vivid, and you will realise how pale they have already
    • the soul gradually realises that it is nonsense to wish for
    • realise that endeavours were made to describe this region first from
    • Soul-Force’, you will realise that the inner experiences
    • Earth belongs to the actual material realm and causes the mineral
    • kingdom to appear as a purely material realm is due to the fact that
    • sole reality, the ‘struggle for existence’ was regarded
    • thoughts are real beings.”
    • the physical, corporeal reality as a unity, to which we have
    • Land of Spirit it is an immediate reality, one which grows ever
    • know more and more clearly in this realm that in his own inner being
    • that book. We shall realise that our studies during the Winter were
    • you will realise that the Buddha-impulse has its place in the lowest
    • not be undergone in any realm where the spatial relationship to the
    • Earth and also from the Sun. These distant realms are described in
    • Earth, for the soul begins to realise the great cosmic significance
    • to live in companionship in realms beyond the Saturn region progress
    • brought into the Earth from the realms beyond the Saturn region. What
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    • world. Then we realise that during the centuries before and after the
    • so ranked), then we are bound to say: These conquests in the realm of
    • of existence in external, spatial terms, have really developed very
    • the realm of ideas, and on the other hand the secrets bound up with
    • realise that as the story of the event on Golgotha became known in
    • discerns the grandeur of thought, one discerns also its unreality.
    • materialists, who refuse to ascribe to thought any primal reality of
    • its own, should really prefer to prohibit it. For if the natural
    • world is the only real world, thought can only falsify it. It is only
    • remarkably little is really known about it, but from the available
    • — and if one hopes that this thinking really can reach the
    • Sophia, the Divine Wisdom, now wanders through the realms of space
    • and permeates everything that comes into being in the realms of
    • This Demiurgos is the real arch-creator and sustainer of
    • understanding will come to realise through the external documents
    • really charming!”
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    • spiritual chronicle of the time, then we must say that no real truth
    • everything earthly and comes from spiritual realms; such a Being can
    • that works in the realms of humanity. But the Christ Being could find
    • finding their way to a real understanding of what is happening.
    • What really went on in the souls of the Sibyls must be
    • real mysteries of the Universe.
    • perfectly lucid, but far removed from real spiritual life. But the
    • the standpoint of Spiritual Science, really leaves one standing
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    • centre. What is really meant by the themes will then gradually
    • the physical Earth, but in pre-earthly spiritual realms. And then,
    • really human.
    • the realm of the human senses, and evolution could go on normally for
    • really sees this Being, in the spring time of his evolution —
    • what it really was. Among the Egyptian-Chaldean peoples of the epoch
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    • were becoming manifest in the realm of sense existence. In the
    • manifestation of these Earth-forces. In this realm the Bible shows us
    • What were these prophets really striving for? Let us try
    • connected with subconscious realms of the soul. Let us recall how
    • expression of Geology. If one really feels how the oil penetrates the
    • As we said, Paul's activity extends through the realm of the
    • olive tree and to let its aura inspire him in that geographical realm
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    • first, as occult, i.e. hidden, reality.
    • speculation, or into realms where we can very easily be borne away
    • they appeared in the course of really a good many years, during which
    • glorious in Nature; from his mother's teaching he really learnt
    • make a really conscientious study of what external scholarship has to
    • really something like a resurrection of the Astrology of the third
    • gold-gleaming vessel in its reality is to be found, so that through
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    • realise that the whole of Hebrew antiquity tried with all its might
    • wonderful harmony, in the realm of the senses as well as in the
    • down from the realm of the higher Hierarchies. The Beings of those
    • Virgin Mother; and a host of Angels awaits it again in the realm of
    • realm of human history, in so far as human history is sustained by
    • the external aspect of the real deeds of Christ, which are themselves
    • Grail became invisible in Europe, it was carried to the realm of
    • realms He had permeated Jesus of Nazareth in order to journey to the
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    • line is really the hidden part of human nature. If we wish to study
    • in themselves had also real validity externally. Spinoza creates a
    • which is supposed to be a reality. How does something thought out by
    • man as monad exist at the same time as a reality in the outer world?
    • the evolution of philosophy; it really and truly lives within
    • the fact that he did not realise he grasped the spirit in logic, in
    • was realised by another: Goethe realised it and represented it in his
    • face him consciously, really recognising and comprehending his
    • recognised by Spiritual Science. Just reflect that in reality a Being
    • passes through the etheric body, the sentient body etc., a real,
    • really animates it. What dry wood for instance, is the usual
    • that this figure of Lucifer is really perceived, fashioned in a
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    • civilisation all knowledge has been lost. To realise the loss we need
    • Initiation-science we must again learn to realise that our planetary
    • behind the myths and sagas, and we realise with wonder and awe that a
    • Moon-mystery of the universe — we realise that these Beings who
    • realities, of spirit and soul hidden in this fortress has been lost.
    • of the Moon, to knowledge of what the Moon is in reality, whereas all
    • receive the happenings in the universe into the realm of soul, and
    • into dream-pictures. In reality, therefore, the whole sphere of Venus
    • approach the real mysteries of heredity.
    • man free in the realm of his own memory. Thereupon the influence of
    • any greater coercion, man is free, in a certain respect, in the realm
    • spirit and soul. In that realm it is the power which imbues with
    • in which freedom becomes a luminous reality in the universe; and at
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    • spiritual science; for, if the things in the spiritual world really
    • definite aspect (it is, after all, possible to know the real
    • upon the foundation of real knowledge,) it is, on the other hand,
    • will lead us more deeply into the real significance of spiritual
    • science is really in a position to throw light upon such problems of
    • the spiritual world. Indeed, those who are really able to investigate
    • realize that the one who is on the other side has a more intensive
    • things in a really positive way we shall often make the following
    • any way realise what this more encompassing form of consciousness
    • really means to him. We could ask each person: “Why have you
    • some accident. Sometimes we realise to a certain extent how matters
    • a lifeless store of knowledge, but a real treasure of life, something
    • We see, therefore, that spiritual science really
    • which have a real significance only during the time between birth and
    • to grasp his thoughts in the right way, so that they acquire reality,
    • may really use this expression), they will gradually separate
    • how necessary spiritual science really is, how necessary it is that
    • science, to the realization of this grievous situation, the approach
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    • more real than memory. We bear within us — shall we say —
    • world we make acquaintance with beings who are truly no less real
    • corporeality is ethereal. Just as we go about among physical people
    • aside by the real individuality — sends back his imaginations
    • trivial and all too realistic term — is acting as a
    • there, so that we really carry something of the dead within us. In a
    • entering with sympathy into these real and living feelings, which
    • realize the following. Though to perceive the imaginations which play
    • referring is far more real than that we commonly call real —
    • A further realm which
    • real as we are during our life between birth and death, nay, more so.
    • lowest corporeality — in that which we are wont to call the
    • it. We should, however, realize that the beings who belong to what we
    • egoism. Let us not fail to realize how many relationships we develop
    • as a rule emerge. If, for instance, we followed up the real facts
    • does not see what is living in our souls. For it is really living
    • origin — to its real inner connections.
    • when, generally speaking, they divined far more of the reality of
    • pouring down into the present. If once you learn to study in a real
    • follows. For in reality, strange though it may sound, it is only
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    • nothing new of real importance to the fore. This is particularly
    • noticeable in our young people. Not so long ago it was a real
    • You will realize from what was said yesterday that mankind must
    • the realm of the Hierarchies. We must enter into, and live within,
    • beings who, as super-sensible entities, live in the realm of solid
    • of feeling and sensitivity. In this respect we humans are really
    • mainly from a spiritual vision of the realm of the ethers. In this
    • realm live spiritual beings who do not strive to separate from one
    • spiritual reality something completely different from what ought to
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    • spiritual science does death become a real event in the true meaning
    • external than the real spatial interior.
    • sound, I must nevertheless point out that we really speak of
    • wrong. We should really designate the skin of our face as our
    • closer to the truth! It would lead us closer to the real truth if we
    • when we send food into our stomach, we really send it out, we do not
    • which is now turned towards the outer world, was really turned
    • we have really been turned inside out, like an overcoat that can be
    • we, too, were born. But we cannot pass through the real experience of
    • We must realize that we then look upon the moment of death from the
    • comparison with the whole world, our skin really encloses a
    • microcosm, something that is, in reality, a whole world. Trivially
    • Between death and a new birth we really exist everywhere
    • enable us to explain schematically, as it were, a reality of the
    • spiritual world that really requires to be explained in the form of
    • more deeply into the reality of the spiritual world, we must first
    • must really say: everything that we have experienced during our life
    • during the real experience.
    • But in reality, and from a loftier standpoint, we human
    • shows us the external aspect of things for, in reality, the Gods
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    • been referred to, about the greater, real world, which embraces both
    • reality, the concepts, the percepts and ideas which we form
    • plane, we shall have considered it, in reality, in a very inadequate
    • which do indeed penetrate into spiritual realms, to a certain extent,
    • science. It is nonsense. For, in reality, there are no such things as
    • transforms itself, in reality, in one way or another, in a short or a
    • reality, given to the earth; this is given over to the earth. Thus,
    • reality, intimately connected with what human beings leave behind.
    • from you”. We must realise that this is an experience.
    • possibility between death and birth to see, to realise, to grasp the
    • left behind by the dead — is, in reality, always round about
    • literature, so that they are real soul-exercises, and our physical
    • Gradually, we begin to realise that, after all, we live
    • reality, there is no vault above us) but he would feel it above him
    • first to arise out of thoughts. In any real painting, the
    • who simply imitates the model; but, rather the real artist knows
    • to make this distinction. For, you see, the difference is really very
    • in reality, there flows forth all that exists for us on this side of
    • the universal plan — at the same time, it really is more
    • able to see at each step how nonsensical such a conception really is.
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    • of spiritual knowledge that are really somewhat remote from modern
    • really the case.
    • Homelessness is in reality — or at least it may be
    • this land, something real lives there as well, which would coincide
    • outer senses, but is nevertheless an absolutely real being.
    • a real being such as this. How do we proceed in spiritual science if
    • we wish to form an idea of a real being? A characteristic example of
    • above us, so truly are they realities. Now this reality of theirs is
    • really is: it is a group of persons belonging together, guided by one
    • any reality; it would be still more difficult for him to see a real
    • real being, and indeed none other than one three stages above the
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    • sense also possess a physical body. Their corporeality must be
    • Theosophy, but which is never really understood, at least not in all
    • way within a folk. Now after we have said this, we have in reality
    • really ‘Powers’, they are active upon the earth because
    • this sort takes place in the domains, in the realms where the
    • understand that real physical preliminary conditions are necessary in
    • Beings. These are in reality the physical conditions, naturally they
    • realize his observation of this law of the telescope.
    • is really the work of the Archai which acts in this way and in this
    • really guide human progress by means of intuition?’ They do it
    • reality Spirits of Form. Those are the other Spirits whom we have
    • in reality belated Spirits of Form.
    • consideration, really to define the word ‘folk’. Examine
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    • within, that the three angles are 180 deg. You must realize it
    • yet something real, and that is, the beings belonging to the animal,
    • which then spreads itself out in a world of higher realms, in a realm
    • of spiritual facts, in which it lives just as man lives in the realm
    • in certain respects such a Folk-soul is really rather far removed
    • a human being it is, however, something very real. A man feels keenly
    • Archangels. They are therefore really the intermediaries between the
    • work, here they must take care that these great aims are realized.
    • reality.
    • for history is in reality only an external expression, a maya, for
    • regards certain attributes, really Spirits of Motion, and in respect
    • ground on which are the Spirits of Form, but who are really Spirits
    • learnt to know as the abnormal Spirits of Form, but who in reality
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    • take into consideration that man, such as we know him, is in reality
    • these Beings have really to accomplish in man, only actually comes
    • is developed in man before that time, is in reality to those Spirits
    • one-and-twentieth year, would man really wake up. Then only would he
    • So you see that in reality, if we only take into
    • in reality are Spirits of Motion had not remained behind and
    • period of growth man is in reality under the influence of these
    • ascending third, a middle third and a descending third. Man really
    • had proceeded in that way, man would really have descended to the
    • be no sense according to the real meaning of the word in speaking of
    • really no idea that everything is in a state of evolution, and that
    • removed from the understanding of what does really take place in the
    • the time spent in a really abnormal way on the earth before his
    • we really do come upon remarkable truths.
    • is laid down by law, really does exist, it is a reality, a real
    • that in reality all civilization flows onward, you will then see that
    • youth-forces; but that which calls for productive force really
    • certain stage; then only does his spiritual part really blossom
    • really connected with the fresh youthful forces, which expand man and
    • peninsulas, then we shall realize what feelings must fill us, if we
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    • realm of maya or illusion, that is to say, in the realm of the world
    • really upon which we stand and which offers us resistance? What man
    • what you see outside as the earth's surface is most unreal, it
    • is nothing but illusion. What really is there is a balance of forces,
    • really come into existence? There was a time, which lies far back in
    • real, it approaches all men as an astral effect, coming from without.
    • of Will, who really carve the ground upon which we walk. Then we have
    • Form? What is the real mission of the Earth? If one connects the
    • really added to the three preceding ones, and this fourth is the
    • in reality ‘to make the Trinity into a Quaternary.’ It is
    • the really productive, the inwardly productive element in earthly
    • mission. Then the abnormal Spirits of Form, who are in reality
    • The fabric of Love which is woven as the real mission of
    • still other Spirits weaving from within, who should really be weaving
    • The abnormal Spirits of Form who are really
    • spins and weaves on the Reality, to produce this web, out of which
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    • really recognize seven of these normal Spirits of Form in the entire
    • that, in reality, you have only to look for six Spirits of Form or
    • Form, who are really Spirits of Motion, the equilibrium should not be
    • from the abnormal Spirits of Form, who are really Spirits of Motion.
    • centre of the Earth, really produce what we know as the five
    • that which really makes him into man; and when he looks up to what is
    • ‘Solar Plexus’, therefore not really in the higher
    • certain way to a real conclusion, to a dying away. The expression of
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    • be comprehensible to you if you call to mind that in reality this
    • people had received a mission which was really of quite special
    • it would never lead to a real understanding of the world, to a
    • teachings and impulses which underlie esoteric Christianity; the real
    • age of civilization, in which we now are, is really ruled by a Spirit
    • who was united with a real Archai of the fifth post-Atlantean age of
    • now lies over Central Germany, but is really situated above the
    • which at the present time are really only still expressed in the
    • Scandinavian mythology for the comprehension of the real, inner being
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    • appears in a like manner in another, and so on. To one who really
    • form an idea of what this difference consisted in we must realize
    • the special forces into consideration and realize what the figures
    • After we have realized this, we shall admit that the
    • and spoke of a sort of Unity of the Godhead, because he really looked
    • looked into a weaving and life of real spiritual Powers, at a time
    • certain degree of clairvoyance, really saw this. He could see Odin
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    • what lay behind them in the spiritual world was the true reality;
    • you are then, in the act of cognition, always really dealing with two
    • long before they became conscious of the real inner striving towards
    • the real kernel of the human being, can enter into the most varied
    • The spiritual science of all ages, that really knows the facts,
    • clairvoyantly, he was really able to see these two powers, and he
    • form. Because the Northman could then see the reality, he saw that
    • symbolical description, but he sees real entities, Beings.
    • mysteriously, Who really plays a definite part only in the ‘Twilight
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    • God who really presented him with the individual ‘ I ’.
    • relationship, — and this connection really exists, although
    • before the ‘ I ’ was seen and realized, and
    • was less real, as it were, less objective, it bore less of the stamp
    • of reality. Whereas in the old Indian culture there was a more direct
    • image of the reality, which, as I have said, was like a memory of
    • from within, if we realize that in this culture what is important in
    • realities, it would have been impossible for him to make the strange
    • You really obtain an occult, scientific, poetic
    • disputes, and which in reality rest upon great misunderstandings, is
    • realized Christ in His complete form. This can, however, only be done
    • nature, both really working together, so that they do not merely form
    • existence of, not an imaginary, but a spiritually real Indian
    • there is really no greater contrast than this conception by Solovioff
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    • such as really is the case in no other mythology. Thus perhaps some
    • does not know that this event really did occur, will understand what
    • northern people by means of these pictures, really comes from the
    • real progress of the human development of higher spiritual forces.
    • as to whether a spiritual, vital feeling really fills the spiritual
    • mankind in a newer etheric vision, which in reality refers to the
    • Occidentalism into that which we look upon as the real life-blood of
    • really active in the sense of the Christ-Principle. As this is
    • For finally the knowledge we gather must really work in our feelings
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    • from cosmic spheres into the realm of earth-existence, bringing with them “the
    • understand man in his real being only when we relate him to the whole
    • which took place in the nineteenth century, it is no longer rooted in reality.
    • and will have realised that one of the great events in earthly
    • Let me put it in this way. It was a very real question for
    • Should he be sent down to the earth or be left to pass his existence in a realm
    • freedom. Before the separation of the moon he was not, in the real sense a
    • rooted in reality. It has only a picture-existence. When the man of today
    • rooted in reality at all. More and more they move about in a shadowy existence
    • altogether devoid of the sense for reality. He lives within a spiritual
    • and thousands of years ahead. But this is mere illusion. In reality it is by no
    • to such mighty events of the realm of existence beyond the earth. He must not
    • understand the real nature and being of man. The mineral world is the only
    • realm which the shadowy human intellect is to a certain degree capable of
    • reality are nothing but a great world-question. His intellect cannot begin to
    • grasp the real nature of plant or animal, and least of all that of the human
    • of soul were drawn into the realm of earth-existence — since the end of the
    • cosmic realms beyond the earth they come down to the earth and enter into a
    • so now Vulcan Beings are actually coming into the realm of earthly existence.
    • and Mercury, but they are already pressing forward into the realm of
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    • in the sense that spirit is to us something real and actual, whereas
    • first Christian centuries. But one who really learns what our spiritual
    • complete misunderstanding of the real aims of this spiritual science or
    • quite a different method of thought. It is necessary to realise what it
    • real essence it remains unknown. But by using certain exercises, the
    • then we realise that we have within us a second human being in a far
    • notice that in man there lives a real spectator of his thoughts and
    • is a reality. In our will there lives something which is perpetually
    • knows it to be a reality, just as the objects of sense are realities.
    • realities; what is attained by a developed will, is not ordinary
    • sun.” Nevertheless, what appears so fantastic is really only
    • may be really studied.
    • learns to know spiritual facts, these are realities in a far higher
    • be carefully kept in view, if we wish to understand the real
    • In real spiritual
    • cannot himself investigate spiritually, really need not see that the
    • body to turn to the dead in such a way that a real connection is made
    • were talking about the religion of the Anthroposophists! In reality
    • spiritual science we are led to real spiritual beings, and to the real
    • real spiritual beings, we arrive at being able completely to understand
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    • dreams were expressions of reality, the men belonging to that ancient
    • mirror reality, through the very nature of the Imaginations of the
    • it is true, of any external, material reality nor of any historical
    • reality, but of a spiritual world lying hidden behind the physical
    • Goethe was really the last survivor
    • together. Goethe had striven to deepen his realization that all the
    • the thoughts which in reality other Beings are thinking —
    • in reality, that is, of the previous Summer. Only what surrounds
    • realize: It is in what is united with the earth that we must seek the
    • divine-spiritual-super-sensible reality, and when, understanding what
    • illumined. For it is indeed so when he realizes that once in the
    • character. Indeed the principle of aristocracy really had its origin
    • which really makes them man, is their inner store of thoughts. And
    • spiritual-super-sensible reality in man must take place at a time not
    • union with the Cosmos. But if we today would realize with inner
    • Christmas thought, my dear friends, for there is a real need today to
    • that are really to blame for the great calamity into which human
    • civilization has drifted today. It is there that much of the real
    • unwillingness to realize the necessity of renewal — the need,
    • previous year; so that in reality the new year can begin in March at
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    • birth until it appears in a new life: so that a real progress and
    • be convinced of the reality of man's repeated lives on earth by
    • repeated earth lives, the more we study reality as a whole. I hope to
    • to see a real significance in such an evolution of man, for each
    • to accept in it something which is quite unrealistic. The statue as
    • even if they are unrealistic.
    • just a matter of realism or idealism as we use those clichés:
    • artist who takes his figures away from the realm of the soul and sets
    • them within this earth existence of ours so that they live as real
    • realistic study of the human body has influenced it. Thus he could
    • Greeks and the age of Michelangelo there came one in which it really
    • of preparation. And so we shall be able to realize that it is not
    • realistically through the natural means which Michelangelo had
    • really belong to it. An artist of the quality of Michelangelo would
    • phase and puts himself quite realistically in the same space in which
    • upon us, we shall find that what really interests us is not the thing
    • done a good deal of painting, he did not feel himself really to be a
    • really do feel as if God the Father were surging through the still
    • What do they really signify?
    • we cannot really speak of the philosophy of any earlier times.
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    • person realises what actually happens to him when he spends a night
    • If we are to understand what is really meant by these
    • order prevailing in the physical and etheric bodies. He really brings
    • Our real task is to strengthen the soul by permeating it with the
    • discover its real nature, they come out with a great deal of
    • assigned to them by the Jahve-Gods into the realm where they can flit
    • finds the forces which unite him with the spiritual realities of the
    • been, severed from these cosmic realities through sense-perception
    • indication of spiritual cowardice. The real remedy lies, not in
    • for effort, really strenuous effort on the part of the human soul.
    • soul if any real headway is to be made. “Well-meaning”
    • unconscious in man and so transports him into the living reality of
    • But a real understanding of modern life makes it evident that through
    • modern Spiritual Science is to become living reality. Mankind has
    • thinking that is customary in external life. There is really very
    • light of a spiritual contemplation of world-history, we realise that
    • age, but to realise that the circumstances in which they were uttered
    • connected in many ways with a realm of not fully conscious human
    • 15th, 16th, and 17th centuries. Something of real significance was
    • Middle Ages they are conceivable only when it is realised that the
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    • them in a really effective way. Again and again it must be emphasized
    • one fragment of reality. And the inevitable consequence of this was
    • earthly lives nor of the fact that in spite of the full reality of
    • concrete realities of life, we slip into the kind of thought that has
    • authorities although they are utterly devoid of any real
    • generations, and the only idea that is really clear to him is that of
    • can this be said to be the whole reality? Why should souls living in
    • so long as we have eyes only for a fragment of the reality. We must
    • essential reality. More and more we must realize how necessary it is
    • to know the whole reality and because degeneration is bound to set in
    • if men are afraid to face the whole reality.
    • the point of really coming to grips with it. They have not the
    • really to make any headway in spiritual research must be on their
    • improbable, because they can only be discovered by real knowledge and
    • real experience.
    • the outcome of real and very strenuous spiritual research —
    • realize that, broadly speaking, it was not a Christian impulse at all
    • never understand these European peoples until we realize that
    • many enigmas today — unless we realize that a great many souls
    • Tagore. We shall never understand what such a figure really signifies
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    • Theosophy becomes really fruitful if we can observe its influence on
    • but theoretically it is difficult to gain a real conviction of the
    • truth implied by the spiritual-scientific doctrines, in the real
    • could not remember any real lie which he had told. Also Goethe found
    • In reality, Karma works in such a way that a faint fulfillment of its
    • our youth are fully realized in our old age. This applies, of course,
    • results can be achieved if he brings him positive truths and has real
    • Karma is a real law; its result will appear in a very peculiar way.
    • ourselves lovingly in his soul, with a real understanding for his
    • far as real understanding. Rebuke recoils upon ourselves and forms
    • from a real law, which holds good.
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    • Let me indicate some of these facts today. You should realize that
    • ordinary way of looking at the world today does not really enable us
    • really do not know it. We think that the person we see before us
    • really have before us man's physical body. The corpse is the
    • is really done by the corpse which we carry about with us? It goes
    • animal kingdom, and only during the 7th epoch the real kingdom of
    • before yesterday really constitute the path leading into these
    • realize that things cannot remain as they are.
    • that modern people must become more and more conscious of the real
    • easily he reaches his aims. Among modern people we do not really find
    • or as an ideology what the Orient designates as reality, and that the
    • Orient designates the ideology of the Occident as a reality. Today we
    • even realize that if this same thing had been said only a hundred
    • believe it, that there really exist societies in Anglo-American
    • such as Rabindranath Tagore. They do not realize that today the most
    • real than the Angel; namely, the Archangel. Thoughts revealing the
    • things which were really needed, did not exist. We should know that
    • In the economic sphere alone we really live in the present. It is a
    • future. As modern people we should realize that in the same way in
    • trouble to envisage this fact, if we realize that past and future, or
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    • Man really knows
    • reality, now becomes an immense world, whereas the physical world
    • comparison really in keeping with the facts must differ from the
    • Earth is asleep; summer is the earth's real sleeping condition
    • astral body thus appropriates, is what we really take with us
    • to you as the Spirit of the Earth, is really a personality, like
    • Golgotha. We grow aware of this when we really penetrate into
    • it. Real knowledge of the spiritual world cannot therefore take
    • spiritual reality; for what we appear to our own sight, in our
    • we enter the spiritual world we really experience ourselves in a
    • realm; this nucleus is the bearer of our Karma. What each one of
    • an enclosed state is only an extract of what he really is, for
    • realize these things, we gradually begin to feel that within us
    • adapted to life and we should really gain insight into life as it
    • direction. We should realize that the path leading into the
    • realms. All the difficulties which more developed human beings
    • their mind (thoughts) to the spirit realm).
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    • how little experience of the Christ there really is at the present
    • what an immense gulf really exists between those who are old today
    • pursues it with an open mind, he cannot fail to realise that one of
    • saw that none of these has anything to say about the real nature of
    • what his real nature is. While on the one hand we have more and more
    • into states of consciousness which are really of such a nature that
    • what man really is.” And this feeling will be the
    • can realise externally under these conditions. I must introduce into
    • accounts for me only as an earth-being and leaves my real being an
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    • to a conclusion between truth and untruth in the realm of science we
    • which are really valid only for the physical world, are replaced by
    • or render it sick and feeble, we begin to realise how intimate is the
    • realms of the spiritual world through which man lives between death
    • real root grows a real plant; and from a real knowledge, whereby man
    • the transition to objective reality.
    • immediate reality. Let us examine a little how this comes about.
    • forces, is in reality guided from elsewhere. We come in fact
    • kingdom of reality, where the ethical impulses that inhere in our
    • life. The moral world becomes for us a reality.
    • several realms of knowledge. Each made a deep study of the field of
    • knowledge with real warmth of soul, then it will afford them the same
    • Man's own natural feeling for reality will enable him to take hold of
    • when we begin to apprehend the reality of spiritual conceptions and
    • realise this, we begin to feel as though a voice were calling to us:
  • Title: Lecture: How Can the Destitution of Soul in Modern Times Be Overcome?
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    • epochs of culture, and so on? Those who feel that a realistic
    • appear by chance but in reality because in former incarnations we had
    • really on the point of being put into practice, is the acknowledgment
    • shall establish a real and enduring relationship, of the kind which
    • teacher himself, that any real effort to uphold individuality as such
    • a reality in our souls: that the fifth post-Atlantean epoch is in
    • intensified; above all we must realise that we have increasingly
    • realise that these necessary conditions can work for good only when
    • strain and loss of balance. And a real understanding for this must be
    • can penetrate to its reality it makes us capable of forming a right
    • Archangels and so forth. The world becomes peopled for us with real
    • invention of mine, but follows as a reality from occult investigation
    • far as we live on earth in our physical bodies. This is a real train
    • and there we find Him again. There is a real connection between
    • having outgrown the realism attached to the senses. Above all we may
    • the book loses touch with reality, and soars into the realms of
    • which there is no place for the realities of individual and social
    • well-wishers that we can realise how difficult it is for people to
    • receive Christ in a new way. For we forge a real link with the
    • Christ impulse will become our real link with the spiritual worlds
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    • to the realization that, in order to penetrate in to super-sensible worlds,
    • so those men of old beheld realities of spirit and soul in external
    • remains within the realm of thought. He must then do the same with blue
    • very long time) and really experience the inner qualitative change,
    • the rhythm pervading the external world. The moment thinking really
    • remain in the realm of thought and learn through thinking itself. The
    • realm of thought. There are exercises of an opposite kind; among them are
  • Title: Lecture: The Meaning of Easter: St. Paul and the Christ Impulse
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    • be the one to arouse in men a realisation of what had happened for
    • mean a very great deal for us; only it is necessary to realise that the
    • spiritual reality. They did not see merely trees, or merely plants, but
    • be allowed to go on receiving a divine and spiritual reality that came
    • ready to admit of the former that it is complicated, that it is real and
    • as unreal, preferring to regard it as a kind of hallucination that befell
    • the real, inner impulse of the event of
    • was a reality, an event that
    • can be placed in the realm of reality, then Christianity has meaning; or
    • of mankind. That is the real reason for the existence of this tendency. That
    • ago ceased caring whether or not we have a real understanding of the
    • shall never find the realm whence Christ came down to unite Himself with
    • beyond the earth. The time has come when man must realise with full
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    • light in the realms of Anthroposophia, we also need to live in it
    • days — I trust they will also be days of real good work —
    • is scarcely a realm of human life which lies outside our subject.
    • very destructive form especially as regards the economic realm,
    • Our real underlying
    • they were unable to realise in all directions what lay in their
    • Movement, have been realised. Nay, they have not even reached the
    • plane of discussion. What was the real, practical point? I will
    • farming job itself. That is to say, unless one really knows what it
    • itself should really cease. So long as people do not recognise that
    • all talk of Economics — hovering airily over the realities
    • several domains they are no longer able to go back to the real
    • within its narrow limits, is nonsense if in reality its growth
    • Such instincts really
    • be perfectly correct. Real life, however, often cannot afford to take
    • speak only in this way. We are in real earnest about it. I only
    • abnormal. The cereals would look very queer indeed. Their stems would
    • about the distribution of the lunar forces in the earthly realm. There
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    • can only be realised in the immediate application and are only
    • ideas can give no real information as to the exact relationships,
    • because they do not penetrate to the realities involved. We shall
    • is added. In reality, however, the earthly soil as such not
    • coming to a realm of knowledge, immensely significant for practical
    • throughout the growth of Nature. The Earth's surface is a real organ,
    • growth of plants — are in reality cosmic influences rayed back
    • “contain no foodstuffs” — are in reality no less
    • Earth what we may call the life-ethereal and the
    • reality a means of transport, for the influences of cosmic entities
    • vegetation or another. First we must know what is really happening.
    • “How can we really make use of this for the growth of
    • We get indications that will really help us, where we should
    • their forces down into the earthly realm. To recognise these
    • complexity attained within the Earth-domain, we now have a tiny realm
    • realm of chaos is there, then the entire surrounding Universe begins
    • in our earthly realm, we must drive the earthly as far as possible
    • Earth-realm, the external forces of the Earth influence it very
    • Earth does not really want to preserve this form.
    • really be named the Jupiter-flower. For the force of Jupiter,
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    • by an ethereal — for the ethereal is the true bearer of
    • permeated by an ethereal. The latter will either stay still —
    • ethereal must be spread out, wherever the framework is. Once more,
    • there must be something ethereal wherever the framework is. Now this
    • ethereal, if it remained alone, could certainly not exist as such
    • physical carrier of that Spiritual which works in the ethereal? (For
    • we may say, the ethereal represents the lowest kind of spiritual
    • ethereal that the ethereal, moistened once more with sulphur, brings
    • essence that moves along the paths of the oxygen. For the ethereal
    • the ethereal, is living — unless indeed it has been killed or
    • bearer of life — that is, of the ethereal. And it becomes the
    • outset the oxygen must always be drawn out of the earth realm;
    • reality, oxygen is the bearer of the living ether, and the living
    • — whether in man or anywhere in Nature there the ethereal
    • is, thither the astral extends. The ethereal principle of life would
    • nitrogen drags the ethereal.
    • oxygen — that is, the ethereal life. Then comes the internal
    • it. Nitrogen is the real mediator, for the oxygen to be turned into
    • for the spiritual relation, which is no less a reality, only the
    • the spiritual realm.
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    • with the realities of Agriculture as the customary science of to-day
    • into the spiritual realm. It does not merely recognise the coarse material
    • the manuring question, shows how little idea they really have of what
    • soil with the characteristic properties which proceed from the ethereal
    • ethereal vitality. Hence you will find it easier to permeate ordinary
    • “hollowed upward” to surround the plant with its ethereal
    • you all this to awaken in you an idea of the really intimate kinship
    • really in the life of Nature. The point is now to recognise the following.
    • get at the real earthy element; you will penetrate at most to the watery
    • despised, for they preserve something not only of the ethereal
    • that has been added to it, the compost heap really contains ethereal
    • and living elements and also astral. Living ethereal and astral elements
    • in liquid manure, yet in a more stable form. The ethereal and astral
    • thriving ethereal element. Hypertrophy of the ethereal in the heap of
    • the ethereal is absorbed by the quicklime, and therewith oxygen too
    • way of the ethereal. Think, therefore: the astral, without first passing
    • via the ethereal, penetrates strongly into the earthy element. Thereby
    • has horns in order to send into itself the astral-ethereal formative
    • astral and ethereal content. In the astral it has been permeated with
    • the nitrogen-carrying forces, and in the ethereal with oxygen-carrying
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    • living must be kept within the living sphere. Ethereal life, as we have
    • has really been achieved. We must oppose or fight those things alone
    • we are really exploiting the land is quite correct. Indeed,
    • the fact that they are really groping about in the dark. It is a very
    • do not treat the plants as madly as they would do if they really followed
    • it is really to receive all that it needs from the Earth. For which
    • we need in the organic world are really set free — provided
    • realm; notably with potash salts, for instance. As to the mere
    • process, to that which really constitutes the body of the plant,
    • or roads, where cereals or potatoes or any other crops are growing.
    • the manure, while all the time we remain within the realm of living
    • things. We never go out of the living realm into that of inorganic chemistry.
    • how we constantly remain within the living realm. In this case, living
    • healthy plants — really more healthy — if you manure in
    • where it grows wild in Nature. It should really grow around man's heart,
    • is that it should be inwardly consistent, with really nutritive intensity.
    • healing effect, the calcium must remain within the realm of life; it must
    • not fall out of the living realm. Ordinary time or the like is of no
    • But if we want a rampant ethereal development, of whatsoever kind, to
    • of plants. In reality, it is of the greatest significance.
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    • if you really reckon on these influences which remain unconsidered
    • But it proves nothing in reality. If you are working exactly, you must
    • are when they have been a little peppered. So we begin really to reckon
    • working down here below. This is the real phenomenon. Certain cosmic
    • are unaware what a specialised thing the Sun is. The Sun is not really
    • terms — albeit, pardonable nonsense. We should really speak of
    • way has a real expansive power. (I only call it pepper on account of
    • speaking, we cannot really say “plant diseases.” The rather
    • the physical through the ethereal. There is a certain normal condition.
    • plant has in it no real astral body. Hence the specific way of being
    • of the ethereal within the Earth. It does so more easily when the earth
    • Then you will really take the processes of growth in hand. (We shall
    • is the really important thing. To experiment at random on these matters,
    • as is done to-day, is no real science. The mere jotting-down of isolated
    • Real science
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    • plant or cereal. Indeed, this would apply to any tree — it is
    • earth. The tree is really “earth” for that which grows upon
    • out of which our herbaceous plants and cereals spring forth.
    • the boughs and branches still belong to this). Out of all this the real
    • are the real plant—rooted in the trunk and branches of the tree,
    • as the herbaceous plants and cereals are rooted in the Earth.
    • be. No such thing need exist in reality, but this illustration will
    • with it, as it were, in a more ethereal way. What I have hypothetically
    • In the tree with its cambium or formative layer, the earth-realm itself
    • that is, through the ethereal. We must learn to look with macrocosmic
    • realm it is easiest of all for one to attain to a certain higher development.
    • we still remain within the realms of life — of some of its ethericity.
    • poverty in the realm of the free-roots? We only need Look about us,
    • the faculty to regulate the ethereal vitality within the soil whenever
    • the chalky, limestone nature, whereby the ethereal is duly conducted
    • however, will not lead you to perceive what the animals really are in
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    • inside the body. In reality there is not a single combustion-process
    • theory — I really mean it, brilliant. And when people begin to
    • act according to these theories, they no longer hit off the reality
    • really speak of a two-foldness of the organism — such, however,
    • in their turn develop the real Ego-forces. These they give off in the
    • know that this is the real mutual process.
    • you really took all these remedies the one would cancel the other out,
    • this kind of “exact science” is not exact at all in reality,
    • food? It is a very real question, only as a rule we are not prone to
    • are two sides to every question, and we must realise how all these things
    • the real advantage of the vegetarian mode of life. It makes us stronger
    • realm of strong vitality. It wants to remain therein. It is the most
    • in this way. Person who have nothing to say out of a real or well-founded
    • a really good result, he will not feel a very easy conscience in rejecting
    • here taken place is intended as real, useful work, and as such it has
    • as a piece of real hard work, work which is tending to great and fruitful
    • Agriculture Conference we have also enjoyed a real farm festival. Therefore
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    • was what we now see realized in the mineral world. The
    • a real priestly garment. The priest wears first of all an
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    • being is in reality an image of the sphere, of the cosmic
    • upon his real, inner soul-spiritual being, as it existed
    • of one's inner being, is really based upon this: To
    • Table). In reality, we are still in the external world,
    • realize quite clearly that everything a human being takes
    • in from outside, is like something which should not really
    • and forces from outside. In reality, everything we eat, is
    • one with us: we offer resistance, and life really consists
    • take a real poison, it destroys us, because we are unable
    • must therefore try to grasp what I really mean.
    • least, his life and to some extent also his real form) in
    • longer have a real connection with the human being; we must
    • real connection with his environment, in which he
    • traveling as trading vessels over the sea, are really the
    • past epochs, people really
    • reality they do not have the slightest idea of what these
    • things really mean. For it is necessary to consider them in
    • is the encompassing element. It is really the symbol of the
    • sting. And Sagittarius is in reality an animal form ending
    • is really a goat ending in
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    • something of real significance develops out of such a life. I say advisedly
    • of real significance. For when such a consciousness as this is placed
    • trials and temptations which beset a person when he really approaches the
    • only in accordance with external physical reality, only in accordance with
    • more away from the concrete spiritual world, is really permeated with the
    • thing is to have a live consciousness in one's soul of what is really
    • and perhaps also talked about it, their gaze was really only actually
    • able to follow the beautiful forms that live in an art that really has its
    • and Equality can come to realization in the life of mankind, unless they
    • realized, was, as you know, only discovered at the turn of the 18th and 19th
    • of the real becoming of the earth. The truth of the matter is as
    • imagine that a great poet, a really great poet who creates out of the
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    • The Reality of the Higher Worlds
    • The Reality of the Higher Worlds
    • entirely directed towards the objective reality outside.
    • into real spiritual-scientific knowledge unless he has a certain
    • real spiritual research, clearly enable us to perceive the
    • in order to show that freedom really lives in man’s ethical,
    • justified)—ordinary thinking really consists of spatial
    • should realise that the spiritual science of Anthroposophy leads in
    • speculatively, but in a real, concrete way. Those who only wish to
    • into a reality which lies beyond space and time.
    • merely a concept. But when such a reality is suppressed, when we
    • completely new world. We then really are in the higher worlds and the
    • really experience the higher worlds and their spiritual contents.
    • rest in regard to the reality of our knowledge. From the standpoint
    • sense-perceptions and their relation to reality, etc., but this is
    • minds at rest by leaning upon the external reality.
    • such a way seeks to establish the reality of the spiritual by
    • reality of physical substance, which they perhaps consider as the
    • only reality, but they even wish to show that the spirit appears in
    • Real spiritual science seeks for an ascent into the spiritual worlds
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    • great significance in every realm of human endeavor and investigation
    • it is especially the case in the realm dealt with by our lectures
    • here, the realm of spiritual science, of spiritual investigation. In
    • this realm one has to do not only with sources of error that can be
    • against them. It is not possible in relation to this realm to speak
    • greater significance in the realm of spiritual investigation. A
    • to his eye condition, would see a figure that he took to be real but
    • develop into a real spiritual investigator, how he brings into use
    • real organs of spirit through which he can look into the
    • the reality, of higher spiritual worlds. As we have seen, this
    • observe objects in their reality, leads man to see facts and beings
    • life, are really brought into consciousness.
    • real world and is not in a position to eliminate these reflections
    • know his reality in a corresponding way, then only does he face
    • reality and not his own imaginings (Einbildung). The spiritual
    • hallucinations, and crazy notions, see these creations as realities
    • he himself brings forth as a reality. If a human being leaves the
    • and what is reality, for within the ordinary soul life we have a
    • an image of its own being, perceived as a real outer world. From this
    • as an outer reality that which we actually are ourselves, that which
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    • view is nevertheless no longer appropriate for the real soul needs of
    • facts that people on the one hand find really incomprehensible
    • own hands, as it were. In the realm of thought, in particular, he
    • thinking and whole activity of mental picturing really takes on quite
    • the kind of seeing that active thinking opens up we come to realise
    • head. We learn to know in a new way what the human body really is.
    • personality by any kind of loss of memory to realise what the power
    • to bring what is acquired in a really super-sensible way, through
    • world where the experiences have been undergone. We find out the real
    • present-day consciousness; we realise that we have to put aside a
    • scientific prejudice that prevails nowadays in a particular realm of
    • have thought out such beautiful theories that are really extremely
    • only because they have no idea what is the real bearer of the will.
    • We only discover what this is when we really practise the kind of
    • will find that when they listen to spiritual science in a really
    • largely responsible for estranging man's inner life from a real
    • bring down real facts from the super-sensible world to replace mere
    • We shall realise that the practice of bolshevism is the end result of
    • real vision of the spiritual world. The spirit will also help us find
    • education will find their real source. Science will then lead neither
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    • taken in a real and active sense.
    • time regard as a childish superstition; we realise it as a true and
    • As men we are not aware that there really is a certain
    • the Earth, we can really say that during the height of summer in our
    • to-day as we shall those of the plant consciousness, which we realise
    • what this Earth-consciousness really thinks — thinks as we
    • extraordinarily exalting thought, when we realise: ‘I am not
    • we must realise that 6,000 years before our era a great, a mighty
    • We really only see the world in the true light, when
    • who really seek to comprehend the course of human
    • are the realities of those images which we encounter in the course of
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    • have been ours during the last few days over into the realm of the
    • this, that the great progress made in the materialistic realms of
    • realms of popular thought. We live in an age of the most careless
    • established as regards a certain realm, that of colour, tone and the
    • that therefore, he cannot come into touch with anything real, with
    • further — it is really frozen in. Just consider: The images
    • on the ear? The action points to something real behind the images!
    • are connected with realities, we know that the Lange-Kantian
    • Goethe really has given to mankind, for he has no other means of
    • man for his real progress — true effort in the, sense of
    • Spiritual Science — if they have not the will really to enter
    • true, that what is required is, that by thought they should really be
    • our movement to establish. When, however, we take the trouble really
    • to understand — really to grasp the things, the matter taught,
    • what a really tremendous duty springs from an insight into this fact,
    • really is astounding! This author attaches to himself, and to his
    • be held to be a great man in the realm of natural science. This has
    • in the realm of natural science. People blindly followed after these
    • not realise what has been here pointed out; — if, in place of
    • realised that, when such societies are founded, it is as if one said:
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    • realise that a striving to make the whole Earth into one economic
    • in matters of economic advantage. Unreal points of view thus arise
    • and understanding another man. We are really faced with a difficulty
    • entity. Is there anything as real as an external object, as real as
    • recognise a nation as a reality we must rise to the
    • nation or a people as a real being — of a super-sensible order,
    • revealed to him as a spiritual being, a super-sensible reality, which
    • into the real being of a nation or a people, and super-sensible
    • strives to gain a really profound knowledge of the relationships
    • of nerves and Senses. In reality it is only the thought-life of
    • really understand their fellow-beings must develop love for the
    • forth from the soul and the thought of the really creative peoples of
    • something that really lives under the surface of the Earth. This
    • because man realised his true being in the rhythmic system. When the
    • himself, when he realises that self-knowledge is the noblest crown of
    • European makes it difficult for him really to understand oriental
    • real understanding of the true greatness of oriental philosophy, for
    • If a European really tries to understand all
    • make us realise that the particular qualities which make one people
    • differences of their individual natures. And then we realise that the
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    • realised through Feeling by thousands upon thousands of souls
    • and the great truths connected with that Event; they realise,
    • perceptible reality.
    • cannot really speak of a self-contained life in the ordinary sense,
    • of having discovered Christ as a living reality. Such an
    • reality from which new forms ever and again spring forth.
    • their constant rejuvenation they betoken the eternal reality
    • were once experienced as realities and who in later times
    • have come forth. The spiritual and physical realities you see
    • their sight, dwelling in a realm invisible to physical eyes
    • the Indian people, of the reality of a spiritual world, for
    • maya, illusion, unreality. Nor could souls have endured such
    • reality and letting yourselves be inspired by the spiritual
    • into higher realms and since then could be seen by men only
    • then we realise that it is no myth when, on meeting an
    • king in the realm of the Shades! (Homer: Odyssey,
    • man realises, although the physical is no longer seen: What I
    • them, but now for the first time I realise all their glory;
    • a beggar on the physical plane than a king in the realm of
    • a cosmic and an earthly Power, which can become a reality in
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    • — has really been striving after for years. To a certain extent
    • usual among us. Such events are only really perceptible when we study
    • some seven, eight or ten years now a real student of human life can
    • must be clear to every soul that is really awake. Consider the
    • ourselves: Were these people really “within” the
    • events of four or five years ago? Did they really know what they were
    • those concerned. And one who is really in a position to see through
    • question is presented here. What really lies at the base of all
    • the physical body. It had really come about that only the physical
    • confusion. It is time we realised this. It is time we realised that
    • really to meet the spirit and the life of the spirit in freedom and
    • Fundamentally, the anthroposophic view of the world had no real
    • understand spiritual science this is really only an excuse. The truth
    • Man's etheric body is built up like a work of art; it is a real work
    • earnestness. One should realise all this to-day; one should feel that
    • however, is really formless. When we speak of it, we are speaking of
    • body,” for this is really formless. The “astral
    • conducting one's life spiritually, really reckoning with spiritual
    • should really consider thoroughly to-day. The anthroposophic view of
    • realise that we must let our life be penetrated by the light of
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    • really given empirically in immediate human experience, and that
    • spun out of this natural order. But yet, a realm has been
    • with that realm which is permeated with moral
    • following conclusion: if the realm of natural necessity is as man has
    • preserving the realm of morality. This must be said, because the
    • moral realm simply shows nowhere the power to be a match for the
    • realm of natural order. We need only consider how the thought must
    • cannot be acknowledged as having real existence. How shall I
    • give no inner guarantee for the reality of what is moral.
    • having, yes, the unreal imaginations. We must deliberately
    • spiritual objectivity, this is in reality Inspiration. We reach right
    • reality of this sense world, of the underlying objective outer world,
    • forgetting ourselves, of first really and truly strengthening it. And
    • through this we come gradually into the reality of the spiritual, the
    • super-sensible world. We ourselves live together with the reality of
    • perception of a truly objective yet super-sensible reality. And in
    • that we raise ourselves in this way to real intuitive knowledge, we
    • sense-perceptions. One reaches to full, complete reality when to a
    • intuitive knowledge leads one to realise that in the place where
    • we perceive thinking in its reality, we see the destruction of
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    • realise that this repetition has its own good purpose in the Earth's
    • doctrine of Karma can be comprehended, but that the reality of the
    • It is interesting to realise
    • expressed the realisation that it was the task of the next
    • be well to realise that if the Bodhisattva were alleged in some
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    • energy quite otherwise than really thinking what the professors are
    • a few weeks; and the worst feature is that there is no real
    • effect on the strength of the human ethereal body. The ethereal body
    • body, ethereal body, astral body and Ego;’ he will behave in
    • the ethereal body. For, as we know, the ethereal body is in a certain
    • this will strengthen the ethereal body. Assume, however, that you
    • nature, as you know, the physical body and the ethereal body are immediately
    • the two bodies, in a thoroughly healthy human being the ethereal body
    • ethereal. We are then faced with an inherent weakness of the ethereal
    • body. This kind of relation between the physical and the ethereal
    • People would realise that this is a healthy thing. The point is that
    • so is to strengthen the ethereal body; thereby we become healthier
    • untold strengthening of the ethereal body.
    • we can do something in life to strengthen our ethereal body. Now this is
    • of the ethereal body. Nay, we may even assert that many forms of illness
    • would take an entirely different course if the ethereal body were stronger.
    • The course they actually take is due to the weakened ethereal body, which
    • here been indicating represents a definite way of working upon the ethereal
    • ‘something’ — namely, in this case, the ethereal
    • to strengthen the ethereal body is to perform yet another exercise for
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    • attitude of soul to be found in present-day movements that are really
    • pronouncement, that in every science there is only as much real
    • knowledge — real cognition — as there is
    • not so in reality. We human beings do actually build space out of our
    • dimension of space is never really experienced by us completely. We first
    • domain, which really lives in us, to space commonly so called, we now
    • objectifying space, he really bears this space within himself also
    • to sense perceptions, however, science has become really confused. In
    • reality that engages our higher interests) as a whole. When we are
    • experience) — we realise the serious and important consequences
    • itself. By taking the third dimension negatively, we really
    • manner we can find a quite real progression, even though,
    • further and further. When we think in accordance with reality, we
    • What really
    • that takes us from planimetry, stereometry, etc., whereas reality
    • now describing is not formal mathematics, but the reality of spiritual
    • perception. It is a path in real conformity with the spiritual and in
    • This is really
    • One really
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    • will show that this interlude is really a contribution which will
    • really artistic sense.) It must be clearly understood, above all,
    • way that really enables us to create it.
    • and forwards — so, when we really look at the
    • why. But one knows little about the real history of human development
    • soul-forces. One becomes a sculptor — really a sculptor —
    • shape the mouth? Oh, in shaping the mouth we really give shape to the
    • with them. One will be able to return to a really fundamental
    • form the human embryo are supposed to be therein. In reality, the
    • being, can be extended to his whole being, if one really understands
    • what is artistic, as we did above, if one would really understand the
    • the realm of beauty.
    • raising himself to the realm of beauty — the realm of art
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    • realise when an impression was produced by this self-knowledge on the
    • weight, for those who use it do not really know what it signifies.
    • false kind of mysticism to ask: “What is there really in my
    • If man really
    • realm where the being of man has an impulse to destroy, to blot out,
    • what he really is within Western civilisation. Enclosed within
    • learn what we really must learn to-day for the healthy progress of
    • One can really
    • things in this way. Thus the realm that manifests as a centre
    • in that realm which lies within man as a centre of destruction. And
    • is forged in the centre of evil cannot pass beyond the realm of the
    • reached — although it must be reached if we are really to go
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    • realm we cannot see when the mirror is intact. Correspondingly, if we carry
    • there is really nothing in the world that would not bring blessing to man,
    • of matter. But in this centre of destruction it really happens that
    • thoughts; they are in reality the thoughts of the world. If I follow
    • born as little babies, we are really for external perception not unlike
    • Harnack says that Christ the Son does not really belong in the
    • Christian centuries, in the endeavour to realise in consciousness the
    • have really found in ourselves the beginning of spiritual existence.
    • back into chaos, we are beholding a real activity of the spirit
    • fact, entered a realm where it is meaningless to speak of subjective and
    • through himself, but in reality from out of the world.
    • provides us with our intellectual concepts, we really come to
    • we are able to look at it in the right light, is really a survey of a
    • Adolph Harnack, who hold by the Father God alone, are really expounders
    • studies that which is coming into life, he really only studies
    • understand how this really is, we must envisage it in the following way.
    • with what is dead. This kind of culture is directly opposed to real
    • Christianity. Real Christianity must have a perceptive feeling for
    • itself with all that streams out. The sun is in reality
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    • Resurrection; but unless the step is taken into the realm of
    • through the event at Damascus, the reality of the Living Christ
    • could not be convinced of the reality of the Christ?
    • realm of the higher Hierarchies and who then imparted spiritual
    • learning more and more to know the reality of death. Death was
    • death, realisation that death plays an important part in human
    • no real knowledge of death, they would never have been able to
    • into dealings with Ahriman, realising that without Ahriman there
    • necessary for them to face the realisation: death, and intellect
    • into the depths of this esoteric teaching, we must realise that
    • Golgotha and as he was before that Event, realise that he
    • really be found). — A measure of success in this direction
    • Ahriman really exists to-day only in such teachings as are
    • again realises that the soul and the Spirit are independent of
    • but these things can only fully be understood when it is realised
    • beings themselves there was no death in the real sense, for they
    • realisation which came to the disciples from this esoteric
    • — a process which really began about the fourth or fifth
    • reality, such fragments refer to teachings imparted by the Risen
    • the realisation that the evolution of humanity had fallen into
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    • Realism and Nominalism.
    • distinguished: Realism and Nominalism.
    • the word Realism, as it is often understood today, we do not grasp at once
    • what was meant by medieval scholastic Realism. It was not called
    • Realism because it approved only of the outer sense-reality and
    • the case — it was called Realism because it considered man's
    • real, whereas Nominalism considered these ideas as mere names
    • which signified nothing real.
    • quite clearly. In earlier days I explained the conceptions of Realism, by
    • held that people who consider only the outer sense-reality, or that
    • would consist entirely of lamb's flesh and in reality the wolf should
    • lamb into the wolf! If an idea really means nothing at all, the wolf
    • who was a Realist in the medieval scholastic sense, to form the following
    • Also the medieval scholastic Realists were of this opinion. They said
    • that ideas and concepts were something real, and that is why
    • they called themselves Realists.
    • the Nominalists. They argued that there is nothing outside sense-reality,
    • outer things of sense-reality.
    • argument: — Let us take Nominalism and then Realism, such as we
    • things contain something very important. Let us take the Realists who
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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • must realise that a strong inner spiritual force must be given to
    • realise that a long time will have to go by in the evolution of the
    • a reality in a new way. After all, everything we develop
    • reason or to an understanding based on feeling, but it is a real
    • — for she actually achieved this — really implied that
    • real meaning The man in whose veins flows the blood of his ancestors.
    • to an imaginative knowledge, but they indicate living realities which
    • granted, really exists in a strange way, but during a special period,
    • through a state of development which is really a sleeping state of
    • true light will it be possible to understand what is really taking
    • post-Atlantean epoch of culture will really have extracted from human
    • body became united, really united with the aura of the Goetheanum
    • give, is really a stammering, when compared with everything
    • reality, the Varangians went out as conquerors and were never invited
    • historical reality behind them, — they have a prophetic
    • but the people, we must realise that the Russian soul contains a
    • And in the external world the Russians will more and more realise how
    • must really set themselves into the whole process of human
    • soul is exhausted. The East is really standing upon the threshold of
    • forces of these unused etheric, bodies. This should be a real
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    • to be in the full sense of the word a real human being living in the
    • really forms a deep incision in the whole evolution of humanity. And
    • only if we understand what has really arisen in the evolution
    • with the spiritual reality of things. Something entered the human
    • soul through man's knowledge of the reality of things. But the
    • times when the human beings who looked up to the stars really
    • — but the schools of an earnest character have really ceased to
    • really been handed down traditionally from the primeval wisdom of the
    • was not the case in pagan times. The pagans realised that when they
    • recent time? What was it, in reality, while it was being borne in
    • man should realise that he must strike out a new course in regard to
    • that which is really contained in the Christian faith. In our time it
    • knowledge. And it is very, very significant to penetrate really into
    • spiritual sphere, this will be the greatest temptation for really
    • spiritualists; those who disdain to reach a real spiritual knowledge
    • mentality, but in reality they aim at something else: Along this
    • an extensive literature which exists to-day. In reality everyone who
  • Title: Lecture: Cosmogony, Freedom, Altruism
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    • realise, that what lived within their own souls was part of
    • cosmogony in real life. Our mode of conception is not, in the
    • system of concepts; but we have no real science forming a
    • arrive at any real conception of freedom. There are plenty
    • who talk about it; but very few to-day arrive at any real
    • conception of what freedom really is — and fewer still
    • have any real impulse for it. And so it comes that our
    • guided; they would really prefer fatalism to be true. How
    • real, no strong, altruistic motive-power, There is nothing
    • much further developed before people really feel themselves
    • sense. But without a cosmogony, do you see, there is no real
    • science, or system of knowledge. Then there is no real
    • ask: Does not the root of the matter perhaps lie really
    • real basis for an economic social order? And if we put these
    • questions rightly, then we get real answers. For the point we
    • realised. For thousands of years, the Asiatics have managed
    • realising this temperament in outer life. That is just the
    • nature, and no possibility, for the moment, of realising it
    • the inward basis of altruism without any gift for realising
    • effect, the gift for getting to a real idea of freedom is
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    • the last few centuries of evolution have in reality eclipsed
    • imagine that there was any reality of being behind the
    • the realm of the four elements. We have already spoken of all
    • this stage that you feel really within them — within
    • his forest. Now he is really surrounded by all that is
    • knowledge: we begin to see that we do not really know all
    • yes, no doubt you are, but in reality you know nothing of it.
    • in this earthly realm, by Natura.
    • must realise that coming ages will penetrate more and more
    • could reach to what the Christ-Impulse was in its reality.
    • Where, then, did the Christ-Impulse really appear, in an
    • was the perception of her ethereal and astral being that was
    • Sun are weakest. Until the 6th of January he really underwent
    • of the world and humanity, will realise that we must now be
    • spiritual world. The more intensely we realise that a renewal
    • again to Initiation. These are the real reasons why we with
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • real man of the Earth. Thus we can say: What we have before
    • Now what really
    • that are part of reality appear grotesque compared with those
    • having earthly limitations, but reality far outstrips what is
    • merely part of reality, and that when we observe only earthly
    • conditions we really know nothing of the human being.
    • brings his pre-natal being into the realm of Earth and that
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    • thereafter to assert its reality in perpetually new
    • more deeply when we realise what the Christmas Festival has
    • and active within us, even when there is no realisation of
    • the Christ into himself. So we realise that it was
    • ourselves can realise what warmth swept through the European
    • it really gives one pain to see a violet flowering at a time
    • of the year. It renewed the soul, was a real and effective
    • altogether. A real power was active in souls at that time of
    • divine-spiritual reality — a belief acquired through
    • highly instructive for the present age when the realisation
    • Impulse that was a reality for the souls of a certain epoch
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    • age many people feel an inherent desire to understand what really
    • realisation that the whole mood of Buddhism is to undervalue
    • reincarnation is not really essential to the understanding of
    • outer documents tell are really a comparatively late phase in the
    • to find again the spiritual realms whence he had descended. Reunion
    • sight of the corpse he realised that death consumes life, that the
    • We must of course realise
    • left the palace, and life in its grim realities stood before him, the
    • sickness, death.” He then realised that the doctrine of
    • he realised: “Only when Man is liberated from the wheel of
    • form an idea of the realm entered by one who has been liberated from
    • physical ‘appearances’ into reality and find the truth.
    • Christian asks the same question but realises: “The fault is
    • enable me to see the original reality. My actions are not fruitful. I
    • When the Christian realises
    • could look upon the world, he would see it in its reality; he would
    • realising as he gazes into the future that he must find once more
    • no longer be illusion but reality — a world in which I am able
    • in me, leading me to behold the world in its reality and not in
    • Then we realise the words of Lessing in his
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    • cannot help asking: What is the real attitude of social life to all
    • consider to-day whether we are really faced with the results of the
    • pass muster with those who really know the nature of materialism and
    • overcome by a few people here and there. These people realise that
    • materialistic, atomistic mode of thought. For what is the real
    • scientists in the true sense when we realise that this material body,
    • soul-and-Spirit, and realise that through the working of these
    • sense until we have concrete realisation of this living interplay,
    • and Spirit outside the range of earthly life, realising that
    • not learn much that will help you to realise the worth and dignity of
    • We realise the truth of
    • which everyone ought to possess of the being of man, can really be
    • Then indeed it would be realised that social reform and
    • reconstruction must proceed in their different branches from real
    • heal when disease has reached a point where men realise they
    • more than a diagnosis, never to a real therapy in this domain. In
    • science but always presses on to the Spirit, and so it realises that
    • organism, when they really understand the connection between the
    • teacher realise what it means if he helps the child to speak
    • bearer of a healthy soul. Now this is pure nonsense. The only real
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  • Title: Lecture: Speech and Song
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    • being, which emerge in early childhood, are in reality a
    • man expresses himself in speech or in song, he is really manifesting
    • the expression of the human being through sound was not really
    • vowel element. Now, the consonantal element is in reality entirely
    • song or an articulate sound in speech, his whole body really takes
    • its plastic form and structure, may really be conceived as
    • twelve consonants taken together really represent the entire plastic
    • from speech to song. Song is indeed a. real recollection —
    • Physics to believe that the peculiar forms in the air are the reality
    • of sound. It is really childish. Imagine, for a moment, you have a
    • the less are reality. Imagine here the Earth. Around it are the
    • totality. (It really looks as though we were speaking figuratively,
    • but we are not, it is absolutely real.) Imagine yourself out there in
    • element of song, he really inclines himself to that cosmic
    • to see them in their real connection, there arises before us the
    • symbolic but in a most real sense. These things are indeed such as I
  • Title: Lecture: Three Epochs in the Religious Education of Man
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    • deeper reality.
    • has enabled to gaze with unbiased vision into the reality of life,
    • realise that the constitution of the human soul in the first epoch of
    • the human memory from them. What really constitutes the substance of
    • of growth, metamorphoses of life. They knew the reality of a
    • reality of soul and Spirit and then felt the need to understand why
    • he was clothed in a physical body so foreign to his real being. It
    • thousands of years before the Mystery of Golgotha that man really
  • Title: Lecture: Concerning Electricity
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    • Although a tiny rest of scholastic realism remained, electricity then
    • though it was, of the reality of concepts and ideas. Electricity,
    • unable to discover a reality in the world of moral impulses, we are,
    • if we were to ascribe a real power to moral
    • to become sensory reality in the same way in which a plant's seed
    • becomes sensory reality, we would almost be looked upon as fools. And
    • power of vision, you will realize that electricity in Nature is not
    • entity. …But I am not speaking correctly ... for, in reality,
    • true conception of evil in the order of Nature, if we do not realize
    • explanation of Nature set out along a path that really unites it with
    • really consists of little demons of Evil! And if we acknowledge
    • ideas, but in accordance with reality, we would come across the fact
    • of Nature, so that, later on, they take on real shape, become a real
    • real shape in Nature, so the electric element once contained a moral
    • reality. If we contemplate electricity today, we contemplate the
    • images of a past moral reality that have turned into something
    • world-conceptions that do not reckon with reality can speak in that
    • realize that he is imagining Nature as a complex of little demons of
    • the divinity of Good. It is really terrifying to see to what a great
    • “demonology,” a worship of demons! We should realize
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    • personality; but in the realm of spiritual knowledge, we are
    • spiritual being and tried to comprehend him in spiritual realms. But
    • into the spiritual realms, they were able to recognize the Christ and
    • existed as a real person in the sensory world. How can these two be
    • real being united with earthly evolution, human beings had the
    • is in reality the Christ who appears in this earthly, soul-spiritual
    • spiritual realms. The Christ had already reached the point where he
    • realm of soul. Within these streams they saw the Christ and the
    • theirs are not entirely unreal, because human beings are complicated.
    • important — to view the course of evolution and to realize that
    • descended to earth, however, the wisdom had disappeared. The real
    • realms. The farther back we go, the more knowledge we find, but it is
    • realize how all of this, in turn, influences our own time, inasmuch
    • was, moreover, celebrated in Latin. But there was no real
    • really knew was simply this: Christ had died on the cross; it was
    • Christology. The only thing that is of any real use to us is a
    • is already taken, since the followers of modern theology really ought to
    • being. They speak of a God — of a true and real God.” Hence,
    • the Christ. Christ has become an unreal god, and Jesus an unreal man.
    • this, because it has a new vision of what the human being really is
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  • Title: Lecture: On the Dimensions of Space
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    • reality of soul-and-spirit.
    • in reality they are all the more so — try to conceive the things of
    • well-known spiritualistic aberrations. These aberrations are in reality
    • parallelism.’ It really amounts to a confession that we can say
    • not really so. The fact is, at this point there are certain
    • have to be somewhat subtle, but spiritual science cannot really be
    • feel the prick. But we cannot really say so simply
    • comparatively easy to realise — if this be the plane of
    • in the plane. Thus the world of Feeling is in reality spread out,
    • of Feeling is really like a painting on a canvas — but we are
    • the blackboard for example. In reality it is a solid body, it
    • Think only for a moment of this: If you really receive on the
    • The real
    • on this plane, then you begin to understand why the real world of
    • can really have it, and then we gradually come near the truth that
    • if it were in space. A thought is really nowhere there in space.
    • precisely what it does not understand. Many things of real
    • There is something unreal in the Idea, says Schopenhauer. The Will
    • alone has reality. Why did Schopenhauer arrive at the idea that the
    • reality is our Thinking within us. Our Thinking is a
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  • Title: Lecture: What Has Geology to Say About the Origin of the World?
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    • tremendous strides and achieved results of real importance, even
    • methods employed in the specific study of geology really work. It is, of
    • really sometimes rather pronounced and amount to many billions of
    • in the field of geology we remain on really safe ground (and no student
    • the real origin of the present minerals, the plant-forms and so on:
    • at work in the realm of the life-forces.
    • earth-body in order to be able to rise step by step to other realms
    • attention to what natural science really has to say and, particularly
    • But clearly there is need to turn to what real science and real
    • When you take the results of real research and go by facts, you will
    • between a sound spiritual science which deals with realities, and the
    • body in process of disintegration. For we realise that on this ground
  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • really in this, that gradually the will is taken hold of by the
    • suggest that you should one day really start from this point and make a
    • appear as though they really were thinking. In reality, however,
    • then, they just go on whirling. In reality there is no tapestry of the
    • but hold fast to reality, you will know that this tapestry of the
    • In reality thought and nothing else lies behind this tapestry of the
    • produces a shadow. That the shadow really arises in this way can only
    • reality. All we have to do is to accustom ourselves, — by
    • transmute this soul-life, in which in reality we are always
    • reality this is weakness; for only he can attain to a true life of
    • make us into non-corporeal beings; he would fain lift us right out of earthly
    • Lucifer. When we really bring our will-forces into play on the earth:
    • to understand matter in all its reality, matter as it actually
    • reality goes back to very much earlier times. In this poem there is
    • manner of thinking which we meet with here conceals the real truth
    • Asgard above, for example Asgard the Realm of the Gods, and below was
    • Jötunheim, the Realm of the Giants. Man himself was to be found
    • Ahriman. We ought in reality to speak of Ormuzd as Lucifer and not
    • reality the relationship is that of Lucifer to Ahriman. The
    • Gods which are in the Realm of Ahriman, as being the All; they
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  • Title: Vortrage: Denken, Fühlen, Wollen - Das Muspilhgedicht
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    • Evolution in the Aspect of Realities
    • 'Inner Realities of Evolution.'
    • Evolution in the Aspect of Realities,
    • EVOLUTION IN THE ASPECT OF REALITIES
    • constructing a large building in Munich which would really admit of
    • this, how easy it really is made for those who truly wish to attain
    • basis of our whole theosophic life. There is in reality only one
    • occult truth. There cannot in reality be an Eastern and Western
    • these truths. We cannot really understand Christianity, for instance,
    • thought if I am really to believe in the Resurrection, and what is
    • matter really stand? It is that H. P. Blavatsky, at the time she
    • significant thing is that it really is all Rosicrucian. I say
    • mode of understanding Christianity, but it was not possible really to
    • Mystery of Golgotha! Of this they say nothing! We really must be
    • must take that upon ourselves if we are conscious that we can really
    • real facts of the case and may know what to reply if someone on the
    • these are really things that we must point out, so that no one should
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    • 'Inner Realities of Evolution.'
    • Evolution in the Aspect of Realities,
    • world we really do not need to trouble ourselves about these ancient
    • ego, the innermost core of our being, is, in reality, for people of
    • do for that of the physical realm, in the clouds, mountains, etc.,
    • such a cosmic tableau as reality. You must think away everything that
    • if he really holds the thought that everything is taken away and man
    • Gospels, or the Mystery of Golgotha. Anyone who has really
    • real true Theosophy. This is also possible. (You know that we
    • sea of courage becomes a true objective reality for us.
    • reality. Think of yourself as immersed in this sea — but now
    • it is not as though they consisted of courage alone, they are really
    • beings just as real as man who is made of flesh, and yet they are not
    • must say that our brain is frozen. And when we realise this condition
    • becoming lighter, but not a real illumination, more like a glimmer.
    • the thought comes: ‘he is really wise, he must have had endless
    • time. But there they are born as spirits, they are really beings
    • an indication of how we should really look upon fire. Wherever we see
    • Externally heat is really only maya. And if we wish to speak truly we
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    • 'Inner Realities of Evolution.'
    • Evolution in the Aspect of Realities,
    • ancient Saturn we are absolutely in the realm of spaceless eternity.
    • In reality we could
    • sacrifice in the outer Cosmic heat. He alone understands what really
    • warmth will gradually arrive at the reality of what is concealed
    • were to see a real, genuine act of sacrifice, or that he were to
    • really attain to what the higher knowledge gives. He who is unable to
    • grey cloud, a swarm of midges. Thus in reality, what he took for a
    • no one learns the real nature of air who only describes it according
    • way,’ in reality within it something is bestowed by the Spirits
    • radiate forth from themselves that which is their real being:
    • left, nothing but an outer and an inner. — In reality these
    • picture really take place? When I concentrated on the central Figure
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 4: The Inner Aspect of the Moon-embodiment of the Earth (Part 1)
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    • 'Inner Realities of Evolution.'
    • Evolution in the Aspect of Realities,
    • reality mere illusion, nothing but maya; and only when we progress
    • from maya to the incorporeal, the spiritual, do we obtain the correct
    • the same relation to the real world as does the reflected image of a
    • fire, heat and air are illusions; and the realities behind these bear
    • the same relation to them as the real man to his reflection. Neither
    • fire nor air should be sought in the world of reality, but sacrifice,
    • step nearer to the real conditions of development. Yet another
    • concept must now be introduced, which belongs to the world of reality
    • process of evolution something of the kind really does take place in
    • realm of the Beings of the higher worlds, for these Beings, as we
    • discern what the realities are that underlie them. That resignation
    • as an external reality, nothing but an illusion of the senses,
    • a reflection; the only reality existing in it, is resignation by
    • important point, which we must realise: If the Cherubim had accepted
    • from Maya and illusion into the realities. Conceptions such as these
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 5: The Inner Aspect of the Moon-embodiment of the Earth (Part 2)
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    • 'Inner Realities of Evolution.'
    • Evolution in the Aspect of Realities,
    • now under consideration, we must clearly realise that in speaking of
    • mood is different in degree. We only really become acquainted with
    • yet experience at the present day. But we must quite clearly realise,
    • something which he really had not done, but it suited to convenience
    • fashion realise, if we do not regard these conditions of suffering as
    • really have an explanation of what has been spiritually brought over
    • something other than mere pictures — namely, by realities! In
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    • 'Inner Realities of Evolution.'
    • Evolution in the Aspect of Realities,
    • pierce through to such qualities of the reality as those described as
    • comprehend by means of our own souls. Now if we are really to
    • reality — we might almost say the ‘true’ —
    • true existence, in this world of reality, there lives that which
    • the incorporeal, doing away, as it were, with the outer veil of
    • really vanish into a sort of nothingness? Is everything around us in
    • us appears as the real or part of the real — is all this
    • the world of reality, is at first concealed, as the inner forces of a
    • wide realms of our Maya or illusion, anything that is real? In this
    • attention was already drawn in ancient Greece, which in its reality
    • knowledge, must come from Wonder. This is really the case. Any man
    • feelings, does not spring from the soul of man in real earnest. All
    • attain its real meaning, if it could be offered up.
    • spread out around our earth there really lies the virtue of giving, a
    • really flowing virtue; if (3) we may describe flowing water or the
    • real reason of this is that the water in becoming ice is cut off from
    • the question as to whether anything real could be found in our world
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  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 1: The Driving Force Behind Europe's War
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    • these things if we are really and truly to wake up. We need
    • be to rouse people and make them really wake up. Merely
    • hold of the human race. Failure to see the spiritual reality
    • one realizes that people's perfectly justifiable aims,
    • People do not realize that these terrible events with their
    • bloodshed are really not necessary as a means of helping them
    • and reality. For you see, the generations of today are taking
    • what is happening now for the real thing, when this is in
    • it for real, for something quite different wants to make its
    • come until human hearts understand the realm of the spirit.
    • arisen because the reality is considered in an unspiritual
    • brought to realization most insistently, and perhaps most
    • realities in this sphere, we must acquire a feeling for what
    • but we must have the real, honest desire to make people
    • spirit, and you simply cannot help realizing how far removed
    • from reality is the facile vanity of many of today's leading
    • — compare this with what is really needed at the
    • present time, and you will realize the immense gravity of the
    • real feeling for what it means when a miserable individual of
    • makes real sense, by the way. Leaving this aside, the things
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    • many people call the realm of science today; it provides the
    • never realizing that chemical foods are not the same as those
    • day. The two worlds really only work together in so far as
    • they are brought together in the human realm.
    • ego. The physical body thus really has four elements to it.
    • between birth and death we are really leaving something
    • machines. They wanted them to be free individuals who realize
    • reality. The motives we ourselves or others tend to ascribe
    • to realize this, but — I have spoken of this on several
    • reality they are nothing but the most brutal egotism. People
    • into reality. He was not the kind of superficial person who
    • he realized that one must look more deeply into the whole
    • only then shall we really know the social laws that are
    • really is like this: Think of the borderline between maya and
    • reality — there you have a peep-hole on nature on the
    • have to look deeper before you realize that they actually
    • we really come to know life.
    • year. The question is, what would really make someone a
    • take a really typical individual who essentially shows only
    • realities which people must gradually learn to observe and
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    • ahead. It is important to realize that it will be necessary
    • to realize this, for illusory ideas are a major element in
    • to say? Anyone who is able to see the reality, and to see
    • physical world and believe that if they realize this we shall
    • absolute sense they really are the best, one cannot imagine
    • else, in reality they believe only in the physical world. And
    • realization here in the physical world. There is nothing in
    • really clever; but if one looks at the whole thing it is no
    • having been thought up without taking account of reality.
    • relate to reality. In the end the student never went to see
    • illusory and unreal. I am very sure that in future people
    • impression today are utterly unreal, though they also have a
    • powerful for the very reason that they cannot be realized.
    • world philistinism would be realized throughout the world.
    • really deserves to be made the universal saviour of general
    • cannot be realized, but at least they imagine that if
    • in our time. These illusions and unreal ideas are held not by
    • illusions people have of the physical plane and offer reality
    • rather than fantasy. The most unrealistic and fantasy-ridden
    • less entirely realistic. One makes the strangest discoveries
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    • really like it to be and that there exists the element which
    • death, however, but within the realm of physical life. If
    • fly. All this has come to realization in a relatively short
    • more and more Edisons. This really is the ideal of modern
    • guided. In laboratories, workshops, really everywhere where
    • face reality if we admit that we are here beginning to work
    • avoiding things but of getting a clear picture, real insight
    • people are not really much concerned to develop the actual
    • all kinds of authorities. To feel really good in the
    • learn to think in terms of reality. Let us look at the aspect
    • of reality when it comes to people having virtues.
    • brought to realization as such. ‘Surely’, people
    • reality. It is right, and good, to be more and more perfect,
    • for perfection will after a time change into what in reality
    • be that you want to bring to realization — it will turn
    • into a wrong in the course of time. The reality is that there
    • new forms over and over again. This is what really
    • are not only no idealist, but a real devil. Why should the
    • ideas based on reality instead of ideas that are one-sided
    • have said, makes some people realize that something is
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    • which really have to be given for the further evolution of
    • of organic life forms in the realm of the earth. Basing
    • really are no longer in this world to take care of our own
    • physical perfection. Now, we are really here to be part of a
    • the realm of the spirit. A mind sensitive to present
    • just as Suess, looking at the earth, realized that it is now
    • beings of the present time really and truly have become more
    • they do not discover what they really are.
    • really about.
    • seriously come to realize that during the final epochs of
    • body. It will however, need the brutal reality of the facts
    • less as time goes on. It is really necessary for people today
    • not yet reached the point, however, where they can really be
    • interesting phenomenon, one I would ask you to take a really
    • some extent; it really is no longer entirely present in those
    • present at the meeting, even superficial thinkers, the real
    • you find in eugenetics really came from people's brains and
    • really beginning to think in this way. The ideal of the
    • soul; ideas rumbling about which had reality in the Atlantean
    • age. Then there really were laws which enabled people to
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    • discuss if this really is the case. For the moment I merely
    • thought as such, the matter is really quite different. And we
    • shall not understand how human beings really relate to their
    • In reality we
    • around out there, which really are living entities, and the
    • thoughts because we kill living thoughts. It is really true
    • the reality.
    • terribly lazy person who really did not want to get up at
    • all, if it really was not in your nature to get up and you
    • ordinary life. And everything else we do is really done in
    • have to be considered, otherwise we cannot really understand
    • actual human being, for the human being is really a head with
    • and only way of seeing the human being is to realize that
    • order to give expression to the higher reality of the lower
    • will also begin to realize that if thoughts from the
    • But when a thought which marks a real change arises in world
    • images which nevertheless related to real happenings in the
    • these were reality in the elemental, objective world of
    • something we have to realize, that real and appropriate ideas
    • have to realize that they must now prepare themselves to make
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    • been imitated to give the impression that those are real
    • real weight — comparatively speaking — as if they
    • time do not have a real idea of the true reality, even though
    • they generally think they are describing such a reality.
    • People are infinitely far away from the true reality today
    • are real weights. You could even paint the scene; it would
    • realism may have succeeded extremely well in using numerous
    • necessarily correspond to reality, because the spiritual
    • If we really
    • individual whose inner impulses really came from all the
    • feelings, and this meant that he did not really understand
    • world and be caught up in its works. Yet all this was really
    • the street. Luther really had the devil appear to him; he
    • later date was largely fraudulent, because the real secrets
    • entirely in the realm of the spirit. Nothing is transformed,
    • is like the real weight, not the cardboard one. Hundreds or
    • man, someone with real weight; they will only give us the
    • real weight but one made of cardboard.
    • what really matters at the present time. We must labour to
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    • time we must come to realize the distinction between abstract
    • on reality, in order to relate our thinking to the reality.
    • it. But the world is full of contradictions, and if we really
    • want to grasp reality, we cannot throw a general, standard
    • further away from reality.
    • the application of this to reality itself. Please, consider
    • for I have to apply unrealistic thinking to reality.
    • Unrealistic thinking is, of course, also part of reality. The
    • unrealistic thinking which has developed over the last three
    • part of reality in human life, has resulted in an unreal
    • brick wall of reality with their horns in their insistence on
    • the brick wall of reality. And they are sometimes just as
    • the social structure. We do not come up against a reality
    • that will not yield; in this case we create the reality. And
    • if this goes on for a few hundred years the reality will be
    • contradictions. Reality itself comes to realization in
    • structures which do not have the power of reality in them; as
    • has penetrated into reality if we look at the present time
    • reality is in many ways seen in an abstract way. People look
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    • living reality.
    • a struggle, a real war in that world, which began then and
    • ahrimanic spirits, are driven down into the human realms,
    • realms, which means that the late 1870s were a particular
    • powers were active in the spiritual realms and therefore left
    • spiritual realms they came upon human beings. And if we
    • into human beings when they had to leave the realms of the
    • terms came to exist in the human realm. You only have to
    • the crowd of ahrimanic spirits, from the realms of the
    • are in the realms of inner response. The philosopher Henri
    • is therefore one which was cast down into the human realms;
    • spiritual worlds into the earthly realm when they had lost
    • really do belong together, in a way, and it is extremely
    • What is really
    • turn our attention to these things. And it is really most
    • necessary to pay real heed to some highly respected elements
    • affairs having spiritual causes. Anyone who knows the real
    • dream when you ask about the real origin. This is why some
    • world is really a kind of projection, or shadow, of what
    • nineteenth century. 1917 is its mirror-image. If one realizes
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    • inclined to face the realities of evolution, though the
    • three years have brought those ideals to realization. People
    • 1841 and 1879 were cast down into the human realm in 1879.
    • realize that infinitely many of the thoughts in human minds
    • and it really was more widely read in the last third
    • and, of course, enlightenment still flourishes today. Really
    • human evolution — that really had an effect. For it was
    • devils. A strange accord was thus produced. As this really
    • happened, it was perfectly real. People write histories about
    • all kinds of things, but the forces which are really at work
    • can only thrive if human beings enter into the real
    • spiritual life must be encountered as a reality. Today,
    • human realm — this is a fact. They had to penetrate
    • consider anything which is ‘real’, meaning anything which can
    • ahrimanic powers. This was a real service given to those
    • second statement should really follow the one I have just
    • conscious of it as possible and really getting to know it.
    • which should really be shown in a clear light.
    • must gradually come to the realization that everything
    • that there really was a science which considered the future.
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    • not fail to realize that this growing inwardness will, in
    • considered. It really has to be taken into account that, in
    • reality, evolution is never as consistent as those who
    • If you really
    • heights of the spirit into the realm of human evolution, and
    • reality against the influences of ahrimanic powers.
    • must pay real attention. Teachers must pay attention to it,
    • to be realized that this is the worst possible way of
    • They are etheric and spiritual by nature and have a real,
    • are a living reality. Let us assume a creature walking this
    • things are utterly real. In modern science they have been
    • actually to say something about realities which outer science
    • real picture of how ants behave in their communities, how
    • is of no real consequence if the details which are told
    • essential things in future. You must have realized from some
    • basis. Their ideas of this kind did not relate to reality,
    • and reality has proved them wrong. It is strange how little
    • reality will get worse and worse. We will have people in
    • simply have no real grasp of the issues they are supposed to
    • limited to encompass reality. Reality is far richer than
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    • darkness were cast out of the spiritual realm and down into
    • the human realm in the autumn of 1879, holds great
    • importance. We have to reflect again and again what it really
    • realms. The battle started in the early 1840s and ended when
    • realm of human evolution. They are now among us and the
    • can the events in which human beings are caught up be really
    • on direct observation of reality. One always has the feeling
    • does not get us far in understanding the real issue. The
    • reality, human beings were being placed in the stream of
    • made for different regions of the earth. What really counted
    • is considered idealistic, when in reality it is an early sign
    • world. Reality takes no account of phrases; it follows the
    • that they are not true. But if you really study everything I
    • one and the other. This is what really matters.
    • and younger and really develop their inner life. If they do
    • I really remain in the spiritual world. I am conscious that
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 13: The Fallen Spirits' Influence in the World
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    • which are more significant than is often realized today. I
    • impulses were cast down from the spiritual realm into the
    • human realms. As I said, from that time onwards they have
    • decades.’ It really was clever. If you study the
    • we know so little about what really goes on among people
    • on guard so that we may realize what is happening when we
    • encounter them and gain a real idea of where they are to be
    • difference to their reality whether they are recognized or
    • have; they will fail to realize what actually lies dormant
    • matters, which, of course, tends to be an obstacle to real
    • he was not really a literary historian. He lectured on
    • realize the extent to which they are under illusions. For it
    • realms since 1879, to spin a web of illusion over human
    • much more deeply hidden and initially have really nothing to
    • necessary to realize that the present time demonstrates the
    • sense of reality to see that this kind of thinking has a
    • they have a real idea of the radical difference in the way
    • with this there is a significant question which should really
    • to penetrate the deeper, real impulses which have led to the
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    • and in the spiritual realm, hardly touching on human life.
    • death and rebirth, we would have the realms of the Archangels
    • happening in reality. Looking at events in outer life, one
    • from the human realm. You will recall something of which I
    • and who can only be really understood if we realize that the
    • so that they do not see the reality, are deflected from
    • reality, and the spirits of darkness have it all their own
    • real importance to see certain things in their true light,
    • deflected from the truth. Just think what it really meant
    • it blocks all possibility of a real overview. Countless
    • fail to realize that this type of confusion between horse and
    • draws the cab. Logic can easily separate from reality and go
    • same time be far from reality.
    • reality. You have all of you, though to a different degree,
    • by book journalism, but very few based on real knowledge and
    • of real reasons: ‘Gentlemen, freedom has to exist, for
    • take more than four months today. In reality, history does
    • ‘history’ will only have real meaning when
    • of what really has come to pass and, within limits, of what
    • people must really wake up in many respects. We merely need
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    • civilization is really understood today from the spiritual-scientific
    • For, at least in the Realist stream, the Schoolmen totally believed
    • beginning for a real evolutionary teaching that extended as far as
    • willed thinking which is something positive and real, when this
    • abstract thinking, but in real thinking.
    • something has remained with us: pure thinking, namely, the real,
    • can become really alive only if we can reverse the path that we
    • can come to us through a real and genuine spiritual-scientific
    • really understanding Christ. Those who still understood something
    • Christ really is still lived in those who say that they understand
    • inwardly to real, spiritual truths, and they say: Everything must be
    • of all today. But nevertheless, during the time of real consciousness
    • sometimes it is a real nightmare — when the dream
    • cracked before!” Yes, this is how things really are. We have
    • knowledge the realization that man is in a position to set up the
    • watchfulness with respect to ordinary pride must really be cultivated
    • must reign to truly carry up into the realm of spiritual knowledge
    • that intelligence holds sway in nature. And if you really study
    • this way the ideal whose reality can become conscious to the
    • if the Anthroposophical Society wants to become a reality, we
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    • limitations of our knowledge of Nature, really arises from the view
    • that a modern man's thoughts on Nature are really corpses, all our thoughts
    • of thinking; not of its corpse, they would realise the necessity of
    • something of the true nature of thinking only if he really advances
    • matter really lies far deeper than one generally thinks. Whereas in
    • of research would show, reality would show the following: There
    • revealed by a real scientific investigation of Nature; what scientists say
    • We must realise
    • are really all like the famous personage who drew himself up into the air
    • What really
    • When we have really grasped this concretely, we see how impossible it
    • not realise that they must transport their whole disposition of soul
    • into an entirely different age, if they really wish to understand
    • we shall no longer think it an absurdity to say: In reality, human
    • which have cost so much real sacrifice, will remain unfruitful.
    • article of faith, accepted purely on the ground of authority. A real
    • the first thing which is needed is to realise that intellectual and empirical
    • one earthly life to another. Then you will realise that to-day we may
  • Title: Lecture: Calendar of the Soul
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    • Real Form.
    • gradually be realised, but insight will come when understanding has
    • really mean? Which are the most important parables in which Christ Jesus
    • of Nature around him on the physical plane, he takes to be reality.
    • are realities in the forms in which they appear. But in truth it is
    • not so, for what is actually present as a reality is the spiritual
    • Spiritual in the things around us do we truly know reality.
    • how to interpret these symbols reaches the reality, the
    • reality. When the spirit is being spoken of in images taken from Nature,
    • of reality, He is speaking of the Spirit.
    • that thinks. In reality the lower half of his body is all the more
    • realise that we can actually speak of the Earth-spirits beginning to
    • realise what intimate messages the festivals have for us, we feel united
    • wakes. The withering away is no reality; it is a symbol of the fact
    • instead of going to the real sources. That is what ought to happen,
    • difficult concept to grasp but the reality of certain facts can be
    • earth with it, warning is essential. What really matters is
    • constellations. These formulae for meditation do in all reality lead
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    • and animal realms, etc. To enter into the means by which the spirit
    • realm of plants.
    • theosophy, but if we begin with unbiased observations of reality and
    • science and then want to speak about ‘the spirit in the realm
    • its expression, its physiognomy, as it were, in the realm confronting
    • and wonderful discoveries in the realm of material
    • research — even in the realm of the nature of plants — were
    • assume that sense reality is the expression of an underlying soul
    • the life of the spirit in the realm of plants, Fechner's
    • compelling concepts in such a realm. Whoever is not acquainted with
    • loose from the materialistic concepts in this realm. There is no
    • this is necessary if one wishes to approach the spirit in the realm
    • realm without also adding the plant covering, we are looking only at
    • out in a unified way over the astral realm. The investigators who
    • were acquainted with this realm knew well why they called what
    • earth with all its forces enters the realm of sun activity, only we
    • his joys and sorrows. When the earth enters the realm of sun
    • thinking and feeling can be in the realm of the sun activity. Just as
    • realm where it wants to begin to feel and think. Just as everything
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    • as Saint Martin's were, in reality, the very last relics of
    • what was really happening, we must realise that by this last
    • for us to realise that the Time itself was possessed with
    • outer cosmos — is the real cause of plant-growth and of
    • belong to the realms of error and deceit ... Their origin
    • looked for outside the realms of truth and reason; offspring
    • bring forward something of the real historic truth, as
    • processes in the atoms; they remained in the earthly realm.
    • book: — All the great figures, in reality, are none
    • the real thing is the Sun; but, for the common folk, they
    • you, namely that man really dreams historic evolution. Then
    • it, as I said, we must now set forth the real historic truth.
    • had their good meaning and their real value in those olden
    • reality, the greatest transition-time of all Earth-evolution.
    • manipulations became real magic by virtue of these forces
    • Mysteries, or that all Mysteries belong to the realms of
    • contain the pure and real truth — to heal humanity from
    • recognises them in their real depths, knows that they all had
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    • line belongs to the realm of those things which become
    • Earth in reality is a mighty spiritual organism. We live not
    • those human souls who arc in the realms between death and a
    • really become in the course of evolution, namely, the Church;
    • The Church in reality represents the Virgin Mary. This being
    • Word in real earnest.
    • transplanted into the human realm. It is, in a very real
    • realm of Natural Research to turn to the Son. We only begin
    • what a deep earnestness and significance is really contained
    • really underlies such a tendency as Goethe's, not to apply
    • spiritual-scientific teaching which leads at length to a real
    • really be pining for concepts, new ideas. We must bring this
    • grasp of reality. To develop a longing for what the world has
    • the will really to see into things, then we shall also
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    • Warmth)? What is it in reality, when they revere this Fire?
    • time were in reality Mysteries of Light, — in the
    • death as the real answer thereto. (Even as birth was
    • afterwards merged into the real secret of Christmas, are the
    • ones which really underlie all that humanity possessed by way
    • did really see the human being in connection with the entire
    • were not really the work of the Egyptians, Whenever
    • secret of the Sun. Even in this direction, Man is really of a
    • parcel of the organism as a whole. Man was really able to
    • in any real way. For we can only concern ourselves with the
    • who seem to represent Religion — though in reality,
    • super-sensible Man in his reality.
    • order to delude the people, while in reality they had nothing
    • can see; whereas in reality, what the modern astronomer sees
    • not the real heaven of the stars. Natural-scientific
    • in the stars. But in real fact there is a mutual interplay
    • bridge is built from this beginning to the real Mysteries of
    • at least for human feeling — that something real will
    • to-day is a real education, for men to grow beyond the
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    • The Reality of the Higher Worlds.
    • the acquisition of real super-sensible knowledge entails above
    • with the physical body, as the etheric body's real forces. In
    • thought. Man's real soul-spiritual being therefore obtains a
    • ideas, really leaves him cold. We must learn to know this in
    • as a reflection of the real feeling, though it is painful enough
    • really do this. Only those people who tread the path already
    • body and our etheric body, when our real soul-spiritual being is
    • consciousness really arises. It does not arise in such a way that
    • of death, and real death sets in when the whole body does that
    • are just as real, can be seen just as really as physical colours
    • knowledge of something which really existed ten years ago.
    • a real, objective world, so they take it amiss on the other hand
    • thought, or combining thought, into concrete, real thought. Not
    • universe to become an art, for we only learn to know reality by
    • linking up thought with thought and by thus approaching reality.
    • organic in world development really came to an inner development
    • embryology in an unprejudiced way, it really contradicts this
    • the spine and that in a real animal it is entirely subjected to
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    • not always realize this, particularly because we do not know that
    • daily life, this was in reality the work of guiding spiritual
    • human being did not really possess a conception of Nature as
    • reached the point of perceiving truth and reality and that which
    • alone contains reality, in Nature. In spite of this, the longing
    • in reality, it is this which makes him be a human being in the
    • real sense of the word. Above this conception of Nature are his
    • “Am I in a position to give reality to what I produce
    • reality? Am I in a position to turn my moral sense towards
    • realize that these in particular, and their transformation and
    • to real knowledge), if he seeks, for instance, like the followers
    • the saying: Nature contains real science, to the same extent in
    • really co-operate without being as yet severed, and that
    • such a way that these thoughts are really devoid of strength and
    • necessity and really is already a necessity at the present time,
    • downstairs in my thoughts; I tear myself away from the real
    • comparison may help to explain what I really mean. Take, for
    • instance, the human eye: what makes it really be our organ of
    • know the real super-sensible essence within us. If we have once
    • wonderful way by the position which a real spiritual knowledge is
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    • The Reality of the Higher Worlds. It appears in the original German in
    • The Reality of the Higher Worlds.
    • lectures really exist, but which prove at the same time how very
    • die; it was an extremely radical auto-suggestion, and he really
    • sensations and will impulses, and that the soul can really
    • laboratory. The real facts which he now relates, and which, one
    • Lodge describes it so that one can really see — I emphasize
    • really arrived in London. They corresponded with the description
    • poisoning, really had some unknown inner defect, so that sudden
    • really exist. On the other hand, all those who seriously
    • through some abnormal conditions, through — one can really
    • objection which must be raised by one who really knows the
    • is really able to overcome space and time (mediums always possess
    • confess that many statements on Anthroposophy really appear to me
    • know if radical upholders of this theory can really say that
    • person who really has no cause whatever for getting tired during
    • first may really present a slightly comical aspect, but if they
    • memory, the picture of some real event stands before the soul,
    • indicate things which really existed.
    • really attain to such a living way of thinking, then something
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    • physical-sensory reality of the external world.
    • physical-sensory world which surrounds man is not a reality, but
    • real.
    • time been considered as unreality in the world. But such a
    • said – there is no reality. But if we investigate the
    • stars, they tell us in their language that reality is poured down
    • of reality. People said that here on earth only unreal things are
    • the stars. Reality will then manifest itself in Maya. If anyone
    • What was real was
    • did not think that this reality could be found on earth. Those
    • reality); the Greeks yearned for a kind of redemption in human
    • a reality. When submitting to the life of thought we feel as if
    • we lived in something not real. Indeed, many people say that
    • regard to the external physical-sensory reality, which was
    • which was such an intense reality in the Orient for a certain
    • reality. We live by calling that which permeates us inwardly,
    • the Maya of our thoughts will be filled by an inner reality.
    • left the world and fled into a sphere of reality outside the
    • flee from him and seek another reality, but in this lifeless
    • human being they see something which is a real refuge to them.
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    • certain impressions from outside. How matters really stand in
    • something which is the very opposite of man. The reality of
    • as such true and real. But when I look upon the corpse, this no
    • really an untruth, for it cannot exist in the form in which it
    • lies before us; it must dissolve. It is not a reality. Similarly
    • realities.
    • could really reach your consciousness, they would not be ordinary
    • earth, and so forth, my heart really perceives an image which
    • unreal to the human beings of the present time. From these
    • reality, every human organ is a sense organ, and although we use
    • for other purposes. For we really perceive something with each
    • I have frequently explained this. Man does not really know the
    • touching something. But everything that really lies in between,
    • from above. The Ego and the astral body really sleep in the metal
    • consciousness, so that the imaginative consciousness would really
    • perceives — because the real perceptive instrument in the
    • faintly, during his waking condition. When he is really asleep,
    • descending from above, something which really gives the world its
    • that object is near him. There are people who really get ill when
    • Consequently, if the human being really wants to know himself, he
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  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • freedom, gives his being, as it were, weight, reality and life.
    • between birth and death, the human being really does not have in
    • reality the world which we experience may be compared with the
    • illusion; it is a reality, but one which does not rise up in
    • death, man lives in a real world unknown to him, one which cannot
    • not find it in the world of reality which completely withdrew to
    • independence. I said that if we really develop freedom on earth;
    • conceptions, we shall realize, however, what is needed in
    • developed; i.e., not really, but people imagined that this was so
    • appears to have no meaning. Let us realize this.
    • He should really feel that mankind's historical development is
    • This will show you that Schopenhauer really felt this absence of
    • Today we do not see much of all that may be realized on the basis
    • him his own being and without penetrating into a free realm in
    • civilization, only a small number of people have really grasped
    • Being to those who contemplate the world in a real way; it is a
    • realized fully and profoundly. This knowledge will not be
    • not really understand much about Christianity. For it is deeply
    • Christianity in a real way, from within. This must be
  • Title: Lecture: Knowledge Pervaded with the Experience of Love
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    • dead, everything that was not alive, was really looked upon as
    • thoughts, which really ignore life in the external world,
    • realization of the rigid system of ideas.
    • a divine element had come down with him to the earth. In reality,
    • what really lived in his consciousness.
    • will also be able to feel what really constituted the true
    • who had attained this stage realized in their external life and
    • experienced by man, and which could really be brought in
    • This is in reality
    • imagined to be divine-human. In reality, the longing felt by the
    • ancient Greek, or what he set forth as an artistic realization,
    • I have explained that it is only possible to grasp the real,
    • whole human being. Modern man should really attain what I have
    • who have a real feeling and an open heart for such things, it is
    • imagination and inspiration, and sound common sense really grasps
    • no real understanding unless knowledge is accompanied by the same
    • it as a real awakening — is a development which many people
    • is really due to the fact that they have not experienced this
    • the longing to know these realities.
  • Title: Lecture: The End of the Dark Age
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    • Nature, we really absorb spiritual powers, even though we are not
  • Title: Lecture: The Golden Legend and a German Christmas Play
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    • aversion are heard murmuring through the spiritual realm and might
    • He may teach us all over the earth really to experience in the truest
    • he who really feels himself united with Christ Jesus solemnly vows
    • Earth. He is really united with the Earth as are those events which
    • back, really remains stationary: it does not change with the body,
    • behind in heavenly heights during his years of growth, has really
    • longer romp and wrestle on Sundays. They had really to lead what is
    • Scripture. And it was at first really to acquaint them with what had
    • it shows in a manner really startling how man acquired the thought of
    • really contained in the depths of the Christ-Thought.
    • external world, it is impossible for them to find a real true meaning
    • impulse to bring humanity forward! If this could be realised, science
    • this science of ours? In reality none other than the tree growing out
    • the cloak of the greatest Mysteries. Is it not really wonderful that
    • this thought in reality be very simply stated? Indeed it can! Let us
    • Christ-Thought is within us, it is really in us — to enable us
    • not grow old as do others. This is really the secret of many great
    • if the Earth is really to have for us a true and actual purpose.
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    • teaches us all over the earth really to feel in the truest sense of
    • the earth has since then become united with the entire corporeality
    • being within the earthly realm. It can then also be clear out of
    • through all his deeds, is united with the earth. He is really united
    • spiritual science — what is really the situation with the
    • really had to “lead a holy life,” as is said. Thus
    • really in order to acquaint the people with what had once taken
    • does human life really provide a meaning for earthly
    • realm? For one who thinks the way Haeckel thinks today, Haeckel's
    • people to find a meaning for the earth, a real meaning, because our
    • through this science. For what is this science, after all? In reality
    • less old. It is really true that what existed in childhood remains
    • Golgotha in reality to heal the earth.
    • it. But if the earth is to have a real and true meaning for us, we
    • ultimately helps humanity forward, something that really brings
  • Title: Lecture: Zarathustra
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    • contents, new qualities are poured, we begin to realise the true
    • age, makes us realise what great differences arise in the sum total
    • images not vague or empty but proceeding from a real external world.
    • realise that his mission was to communicate a certain conception of
    • belongs to the physical world, we may indeed find our real spiritual
    • world with understanding and to feel, behind the outer realm of
    • physical phenomena, the reality of a spiritual power, active and
    • strives to raise his real spiritual being to perfection and has to
    • universe from mere doctrine into real feeling, real vision. And so he
    • time, they were taught to realise that this principle of perfection
    • Zarathustra's disciples were thus enabled to realise that the
    • great universe is reflected in each individual. The real significance
    • world it is very difficult to make them realise that there must
    • subordinate forces whose realm of activity is more limited than that
    • let us realise that the doctrine of Zarathustra is not mere dualism,
    • is one power whence both the realm of light (Ormuzd)
    • and the realm of darkness (Ahriman) proceed. Old Greek writers tell
    • difficult for the man of to-day to realise this. Let us think of a
    • forces of spiritual light sent forth by Ormuzd from his realm of
    • The signs of the Zodiac below the horizon are symbolical of the realm
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    • Egypt. We realise this the more strongly when we try to penetrate
    • spiritual world behind. In reality, all clairvoyant consciousness,
    • to the spiritual realities lying behind the sense-realities of the
    • spiritual reality permeates the old mythologies and religious systems.
    • underlying the purely external forces of Nature. We must also realise
    • only knew the lowest images of the realm of which this vision made
    • We can only understand this primeval Being if we realise what the
    • We must realise
    • understanding of such figures as Osiris and Isis become really
    • material, human existence. The real evolution of man has proceeded
    • realise that I have a longing for the Spiritual, a yearning towards
    • but as a mechanical contrivance, we realise, nevertheless, that
    • forces which are subject to destruction in the realm of human nature.
    • this Isis-power, whereby he reaches the true Ego and realises that it
    • which enable the soul-powers to have real experiences without making
    • Only when the pupil reached this stage did he feel that he had really
    • “come to himself,” realising his spiritual existence, no
    • realise how necessary it was for the Egyptians to know in advance
    • for the method was really a mathematical convenience. After three
    • the old Egyptians, for then we shall realise that their wisdom had a
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  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • really belong to aeronautics but which will shed light on the
    • them to the earth. So when we see a caterpillar we know that it really
    • chrysalis you are really seeing pure sunlight spun around this earthly
    • interesting to learn the real impulse of the insect which flutters
    • mother's body, so man is really created by this light. So the
    • butterfly's wings! It is really most interesting to note that when I say
    • expand, this ego, this light, would permit me to create real
    • butterflies. The human ego actually has the power needed to create real
    • urge to express the “I” — in fact to produce real
    • is due to your thoughts. Your thoughts impede you from creating real
    • thoughts are really just pictures of the butterfly-world.
    • see the bright butterfly in the air we must realise that the same
    • outside. The caterpillar really spins itself to death. It ceases to be,
    • Eve, but the idea is identical, and they have not really progressed if
    • one realises that after all light, air and all the rest should be taken
    • really disregards the entire cosmos and only has eyes for what can be
    • just with parts. Science today really regards the whole cosmos as an
    • to them any longer. Anyone saying them is considered mad. It really is
    • mad that this should be so! It is not the really mad who are considered
    • so, but anyone speaking the truth is deemed mad. People really view this
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    • prevails. There we do really know what is within us. It is as if here on
    • loneliness. We are real individuals in the spiritual world because
    • within spiritual realms; this capacity becomes increasingly feeble. We
    • absolute accord with truth, with reality. Thus we find our way into our
    • during sleep becomes really clairvoyant, or when the clairvoyant soul
    • waking, it is seen that man really experiences the going backward of
    • between reality and semblance.
    • as anyone realises that his recollection of something experienced twenty
    • That is why this sleep-picture is half-reality and half-semblance
    • able really to go out of himself in love, loving his nearest as himself,
    • birth. Within it is the faculty of remembering, so that it really gives
    • something extraordinarily significant for disclosing the real secret of
    • is real truth in what is expressed in the more ancient languages by
  • Title: Conferencia: La Comunión Espiritual de la Humanidad
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    • donde los sueños eran expresiones de la realidad, los hombres
    • realidad; a través de la naturaleza misma de las Imaginaciones de
    • — no, es cierto, de cualquier realidad externa, material, ni de
    • cualquier realidad histórica, sino de un mundo espiritual que
    • realmente el último sobreviviente de los que no tenían este
    • la religión eran uno. En realidad fueron los líderes en estos
    • mí. Yo participo de las ideas que en realidad están pensando
    • realizaban el rito solemne en cuya culminación los pensamientos que
    • sentían realmente que este era un medio de escape de los poderes
    • planta que crece este año está siendo realmente activada para
    • un producto del Invierno – es decir, en realidad, del verano
    • una comunión con la realidad divino-espiritual-suprasensible, y
    • y de Tierra que realizó el Misterio del Gólgota.
    • aristocracia realmente tuvo su origen en esos misterios antiguos, porque
    • eran los sacerdotes que realizaban el sacrificio en nombre de todos los
    • modernos adquieren como aquello que realmente los hace hombres, es su
    • constatación de la realidad espiritual-suprasensible en el hombre
    • amigos, pues hoy hay una necesidad real de dar vida otra vez a viejos
    • superficialidades como estas las realmente culpables de la gran
    • actualidad. Es allí que gran parte de la culpa real debe ser
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    • are then in a position to bring clarity into a realm where with the
    • dreams are in reality misleading rather than enlightening. What the soul
    • indefinite world-substance. One has really to coin words to express what
    • divine-spiritual reality. Please observe the way I am describing all
    • describe as a need of God — there is a reality in the life of soul
    • does nothing else than lift this reality into consciousness, just as
    • intensely real and living way into the undefined existence I have
    • idea of it. They think they are not asleep, whereas in reality they are
    • soul comes into the realm of anxiety during the time between going to
    • fixed stars of the zodiac. This experience is a very real fact during
    • the realm of spirit to what appears in a physical picture as the Moon.
    • to the physical Moon. It is in reality a marvellously complicated
    • corresponding abnormalities. If such cases are looked into with real
    • real and essential nature.
    • in reality a cosmic experience and because he must pass through this
  • Title: Lecture: Reincarnation and Karma
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    • and hear with his ears. Between real Natural Science and
    • knowledge can only be satisfied when it realises that harmony
    • difficulty in realising that plants change when they are
    • with respect to the higher qualities of the soul, the really
    • their trivial objections if he did not realise their
    • Even those who contest the errors of Darwinism ought to realise
    • not really able to come to an Anthroposophical
    • follow if the “new believer” really remained true to
    • with miracle in the realm of physical life, remain believers,
    • even worshippers, of miracle within the realm of psychic life.
    • will not carry up into the realm of the human soul those
    • Christianity and real Religion,” in one of the thirty-nine
    • development in the realm of external nature who also admits this
    • development in the spiritual-psychic realm.
    • Natural Science to realms beyond physical nature is more than
  • Title: Lecture: Life and Death
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    • really reduce into a twofold one; that, in fact, if we could
    • really speak of death, although no brain were there at all.
    • behind, they, therefore, cannot really die. Thus the
    • thrusting certain parts of themselves into the realm of the
    • environment of the developing organism, but should really
    • find that the new being coming forth is in reality concerned
    • we should not take it as real, but only as symbolical, as
    • characterised. The time will come when men will realise that
    • the Spiritual process of death. That is really the case
    • childhood than in later life. So we can say that in the realm
    • observation anything from the realm of ordinary life, in
    • the higher realms of being. Let us take fatigue, for
    • For just think, if the muscles could really become fatigued,
    • something which is foreign to it must really be present,
    • a quite inferior realm, that that which we have in our
    • really equalise what is used up through fatigue, by sleep and
    • which expresses itself in fatigue. Hence, we really have the
    • cannot organise these into ourselves nor really carry them
    • in exactly the same way. We can only do this if we really
    • if it be not received inwardly into the realm of the Ego. So
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  • Title: Lecture: The Elementary Kingdoms
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    • must take great care, from the very outset, to realize that
    • be used. But we shall attain to a real penetration and
    • insight into these things, only if we realize clearly that we
    • physical body upon the Sun, they must realize that the inner
    • fact that in reality, the blood and the nervous system would
    • human Ego really live, when it lives here, upon the physical
    • we must ask ourselves further: how much can we really know,
    • we can, in reality, gain knowledge only of the mineral
    • prospects for the future. Whatever we really understand, we
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • life, and from this assertion we realize that it is only a
    • definite being, to an earlier spiritual existence and realize
    • are once again carried into the realms of spirit through the
    • that leads man to that knowledge in reality — the gate
    • signs therein, one asks: what really is all this as compared
    • have to realize this mood of Goethe's: The living sensation
    • step-by-step, the real nature of the phenomena of the physical
    • of his observations, there should grow a real cognition of
    • that he is not yet ripe to really feel this spiritual
    • Gavest me glorious nature for my realm,
    • realize it in his anger poured out over those who have called
    • shall really enter in spirit into the secrets of this world.
    • introduced into the world of Spirit, can we realize the
    • though aware of the existence of a spiritual realm, but
    • descends into the realm of the Mothers — the spiritual
    • must first mature; must learn the real relationship between
    • realm. For this purpose he had to learn that this immortality
    • reality — pass through rebirth.
    • poetic truths of life, sinks down into the realm of spirit
    • hour of really feeling her relationship to the spiritual
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  • Title: Lecture: Birth of the Light
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    • souls — we really have before us that which may be called
    • What is it really that we should write in our hearts —
    • truthfully say at all times: we must really be ashamed,
    • really only the short-sightedness of present day mankind which
    • And in the airy realms, and in the oceans' depths.
    • really feel it like this, just because it is a child. Only it
    • And now you may realise the feeling that can pass through the
    • every hour of the year is well applied, in which we realise it
    • realms as an impulse. And just as the child feels towards the
    • are here together — that we may already learn to realise
    • significance. But in this realm, ‘understanding’ cannot be
    • ourselves in the realm of Anthroposophy, and that karma has
    • pointed out to us as deep and right tasks in the realm of
  • Title: Lecture: Galileo, Giordano Bruno, and Goethe
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    • must try and realize what at first sight appears to be the
    • realise that during these centuries, Scientific Knowledge was
    • understand it when we realize that Aristotle lived at the end
    • it is he really meant. Thus, when he speaks of nerves, we
    • really the builder and strength-giver of the physical
    • the real Aristotle; Galileo and Giordano Bruno naturally did
    • to penetrate to the real meaning of the works of Aristotle.
    • It is the doctrine which he was the first to realize and
    • In reality,
    • itself,” at things as they really are. Expressed rather
    • realize this, we can already trace in Galileo the beginnings
    • reference to the conception of our collective reality, he
    • confronted by this reality. What he first receives are the
    • visible to our senses and ascend to the realm of thought.
    • one thing is necessary: we must distinguish between the real
    • and the unreal Giordano Bruno, between the Giordano Bruno who
    • was so greatly misunderstood and the real man himself.
    • intellectual achievements of Galileo in the realms of
    • does not dwell in that vague realm, of which we may say
    • dwell in a revolving, encircling realm, with which we can
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    • the 2nd part of Faust really belongs to the closing years of
    • with the real facts, all this has been demolished. But we
    • order to call up a picture of that real, primeval man, all
    • is really the outcome of a tendency inherent in facts, to
    • economy of the mind, and has no inner, constitutive, real
    • systems of psychology, — one which really flies in the
    • themselves the essential, real connection between the objects
    • no employees at work in the bank. Such conclusions are really
    • research. They cast a veil over the real nature of the facts.
    • We can observe the real status of psychology in a highly
    • understanding of the real standpoint of psychological facts,
    • corporeality is more tenuous than atmospheric air. At regards
    • this supposition. Beings whose corporeality is of such
    • know what really lives in the thought of men; let us imagine
    • veil over the real Goethe than to make us acquainted with
    • of him. There was a time when people were really fascinated,
    • are bound to take on authority. There are really safe paths
  • Title: Lecture: The Errors of Spiritual Investigation
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    • investigator can only push forward to truth, when he really
    • agree with what is thus brought forward really positively.
    • But without this, one cannot become a real spiritual
    • compared to what one no longer really is — or at least,
    • everywhere not merely errors of knowledge but Real Error
    • all this together, one can first really know oneself. If one
    • real investigator from the charlatan. The soul-mood of
    • without real success, yet finally truth will conquer, even if
  • Title: Lecture: Factors of Karma, Deficiencies in Psychoanalysis
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    • We simply take our stand on the real facts.) While on the one hand
    • the Fittest,’ this age in its reality is dominated by the
    • paper-money. Mephistopheles is the real inventor. Afterwards,
    • that it is really Mephistopheles who conducts them. Only at the
    • discover in human nature what it is that really works in Karmic
    • more or less real cures, though in the majority of cases they
    • depths the disappointed plan lives on as a real force.
    • that person.’ But the ‘animal slime’ is really
    • freedom for the nations,’ while in his soul's reality
    • is, what is imbedded in it as a real ‘seed of the soul.’
    • True, it is entering a realm to which the thought of our time
    • clumsy way in these realms which are assigned to them by
    • up the real Karmic threads as I have tried to indicate them
    • realms, it proves itself appallingly unsound.
    • is there as a real inner force, in place of such
    • there works on. There is really a kind of self-corrector in the
    • this respect man is really a four-stringed instrument, on which
    • not in general and vague abstractions but in reality. It is so
    • expressing themselves through the corporeality, through the
  • Title: Lecture: Matter Incidental to the Question of Destiny
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    • thus to lead him to a fruitful grasp, a really practical hold
    • reality. A concept, elaborated — drawn forth, as it were,
    • really meant. In this way many a misunderstanding can
    • interest and real devotion. ‘Vischer with a V’ as he is
    • such things as this can we gain a really unprejudiced
    • ideas have been found, adequate to the realities of this fifth
    • study the works of those who have made a real attempt to grasp
    • that our civilization has in reality a twofold origin. There is
    • important questions of fate, out of the immediate reality of
    • first place, he is a really great and gifted poet. And
    • you would call them — not so much for his real clarity
    • produced a very good report, a really excellent plan of reform.
    • angry. After all, he realised, this man is no good. (For surely
    • On no account must anything really ‘spiritual’
    • realistically, how he comes to commit suicide.
    • matters. On the other hand, it also shows us how it is the real
    • event, but fail to understand. For the real point is to study
    • question of the real things of the occult world. The point is,
    • there must be the real Will to Truth. This Will to Truth finds
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    • that of immediate relation to real life. We shall presently
    • are always such as to be strong enough, for life itself really
    • to our souls what is of real significance for life. I have
    • this point of time. This is what we must really comprehend.
    • what really underlies this matter from the point of view of
    • reality.
    • reality bringing it about. But the outer
    • reality but with a fragment of it — with the realities
    • much to do with the reality. For in the evolution of the world,
    • say things and institute things, connected with the real course
    • a man to see himself in real connection with all that is going
    • be placed. For as you know, thoughts are realities. In future
    • against each other. Unless we realise how much this signifies
    • realities of the time, for it has been felt and to some extent
    • time: there are many human beings in our time who have a real
    • realities. The Bourgeois type tends to reduce everything
    • Europe, when modern scientific realism will have gone so far
    • realities. Men will be sacrificed for these realities,
    • Such words were really spoken at that time. Europe, says
    • — our time must concentrate on the Reality (meaning
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    • they really do not comprehend it — that they
    • spiritual needs of our time. For it is really not the question
    • thinking of his God, but whether he is really doing so. We from
    • our point of view must ask, what are they really
    • straight to our God.’ What are they conceiving in reality? Is
    • it really God whom they conceive when they think or speak of
    • look up directly from their soul to God — in reality they
    • Angel. Really, what these people say amounts to the
    • whether one is really doing so. Along these lines man only
    • part. In real truth, when they give themselves up to this
    • But it is of no little importance to realise the fact. For the
    • that he is looking up to God, while in reality he is not
    • a real one, but his connection is no less real with the
    • this. Here we are still within the realm of that which happens
    • the Archangel Hierarchy we are no longer in a realm of which he
    • one Archangel or another, overlooking the real co-operation of
    • own Angel. But it is impossible if one is really speaking
    • the very word would indicate, secrets existed — real
    • of, out of the reality itself, or in mere words. Alas, one can
    • Mysteries — which resulted from the real evolution of
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  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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    • express himself in just this realm otherwise than is done by
    • also what this human being really is in the external physical
    • down in sleep into that realm in which Jahve guides his soul
    • Make the endeavour, in the sense we intend, in living reality
    • life, we can realize only when we take into ourselves in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries (Die Geheimnisse)
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    • at the birth of Christ Jesus. And from this realisation he
    • symbol but a very real sign. The dragon represents what has
    • Thus the poem really describes the principle of Christianity in
    • Because it has in real event occurred.
    • realisation will lead us higher and higher.
    • should realise that these are also times of important
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 1. Angels, Folk Spirits, Time Spirits: their part in the Evolution of Mankind.
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    • which are really somewhat remote from the thinking, feeling and
    • heritage. This is not so, however. In reality, homelessness is, or
    • beings who, from the ordinary point of view, have no reality. For
    • in this area, a living reality exists there, a reality that he would
    • living reality is the frank admission that it is possible to envisage
    • the existence of real Beings who are not immediately perceptible to
    • it is unmistakably a real Being.
    • idea of a real Being? I propose to illustrate this by a
    • incarnations, so too do we realize that the Earth itself has known
    • Beings who underwent the human stage on Old Sun, we realize that they
    • have just characterized. We doubt their reality as little as we doubt
    • their superiority to ourselves. Now this reality is not unrelated to
    • consciousness is at a loss. It is unable to realize that the
    • nation really is. A nation is a homogeneous group of people directed
    • will pass over into the sixth cultural epoch. We also realize that
    • devoid of reality; still less would he be prepared to accept the
    • ‘Spirit of the Age’ conceals the existence of a real
    • progressive development of successive epochs may be realized, in
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    • express their corporeality in some form or other. And these Beings
    • the materialist, to deal in unrealities. To clairvoyant consciousness
    • realities of life it is forgotten and people cling to their old
    • configuration of the landscape which we see around us is, in reality,
    • quite realistically the etheric body of the human being embedded in
    • Archangelic Beings, who are the real Spirits of the indigenous groups
    • realize this completely because they do not possess the necessary
    • energy for they are in reality ‘Powers’, i.e.
    • and we must clearly realize that man could not have acquired certain
    • this nature takes place therefore in the realms where the Folk
    • Archai had not taken place in their etheric bodies. It is really the
    • Spirits of Personality who are, in reality, Spirits of Form. Those
    • also between those Spirits of Personality who, in reality, are
    • intuitively the thought-life to the people. We shall really
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    • These transformations, however, are not to be confused with the real
    • inner power of your own soul. In order to realize this one need only
    • sounds, warmth and cold there exists a fundamental reality, namely,
    • in higher realms. The vision of these higher realms is denied the
    • growth of materialism. If man could have a clear view over the realm
    • ‘I’ which embraces a world of higher realms, a realm of
    • spiritual realities in which it dwells, as man dwells in the kingdom
    • of the animals, plants and minerals. We must realize therefore that
    • reality, so to the Archangelic Beings, to the Folk Spirits, we
    • For man, however, it is something very real, something that he feels
    • are intermediaries, and it is important that we should realize that
    • are realized. Between the individual and the Archangels are the
    • simply as an allegory, but as a close approximation to reality.
    • this inner process — in reality all history is only an external
    • stocktaking place externally. But the inner reality is that the
    • abnormal Archangels have shown themselves to be, in reality, Spirits
    • Powers. In respect of certain attributes they are really Spirits of
    • sphere as the Spirits of Form, but who are really Spirits of
    • in reality, entrusted with the mission of Spirits of Form. This is
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    • and the origins of the individual folk communities, we must realize
    • prefigured, gradually realized and developed until they reached their
    • is to further man's ego-development, which can only be realized
    • interest in the development of the physical body since this is really
    • recapitulation of what man underwent on Old Sun. In reality the
    • hitherto is, in reality, a kind of embryonic state, a sort of
    • perception of the external world if other Spirits, in reality Spirits
    • we must realize that when our fifth post-Atlantean epoch is
    • the black and yellow races has no real validity. In such cases the
    • line which in reality describes a curve obeys a cosmic law and does
    • in fact exist; it is a reality and expresses the law according to
    • objective. If you bear in mind that, in reality, all civilization is
    • in a state of flux, you will then realize that the further we move
    • evolution of mankind. In this realm neither personal sympathy nor
    • islands and peninsulas, then we shall realize what sentiments must
    • realization that Plato was a descendant of Solon, an Ionian, a Greek,
    • Angels, we realize the steps which were necessary to bring forth a
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    • lecture-course I propose to show — and herein lies its real
    • found therefore in the phenomenal world, the realm of Maya or
    • normal perception of Nature and the Spirit man knows only the realm
    • substance”. What is the real nature of that upon which we stand
    • man believes to have a real existence does not exist at all, it is an
    • illusion. In reality spiritual forces are at work radiating from
    • wholly unreal; it is simply illusion. In reality it is the product of
    • the realms of the Spirits of Will below them as well as in that of
    • we perceive first of all beyond the realm of the Spirits of Form who
    • consciousness. It is a reality; it approaches all men from without as
    • when we realize that for the skilful interweaving of outer Will,
    • then, is the mission of the Spirits of Form? What is the real Mission
    • the three forces, the inner being really creates something new. A
    • implies, in reality, transforming the Trinity into a Quaternary. To
    • and this is what one may call the really creative, the inwardly
    • whole mission of the Earth. In order to realize this power of Love
    • reality Spirits of Movement, weave into the tapestry that which
    • is being woven as the real mission of Earth only the Maya, the outer
    • nearest realm above the physical world in which it is possible to
    • raise our spiritual vision to still higher realms. But already in the
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    • reality. Thus, if all these seven Spirits of Form could work in
    • would fashion the real Ego-being. But as other spiritual Beings
    • from the community. In reality, therefore, only six Spirits of Form
    • are really Spirits of Movement should disturb the balance or harmony.
    • from the abnormal Spirits of Form who are really Spirits of Movement.
    • become realized in a special manner; then Saturn withdrew into
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    • realize that we are here dealing with that mighty stream of humanity
    • understand this if you bear in mind that, in reality, this particular
    • being or ultimate substance constitutes the underlying reality of the
    • physical world. The real inspirers of the worship of a single
    • represent an ultimate ideal; it could never lead to a real
    • ultimate Reality and so to furnish particular aspects of it with
    • real, true esoteric Christianity, have their source in his
    • post-Atlantean epoch is really governed by a Time Spirit who in a
    • of the real, inner being of the Scandinavian Folk Soul. Herein, too,
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    • mythology, and so on. To anyone who knows the real facts this
    • if one realizes that in past ages those who participated in them,
    • we have grasped this, we realize that Greek mythology was built up
    • the new. They perceived an active weaving of real spiritual powers at
    • of clairvoyance really saw the presence of Odin everywhere in the
    • human microcosm, the microcosmic North, the cool realm where human
    • Angels and Archangels into his soul. He realizes that these events
    • however, come from an entirely different realm from those we find
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    • that true reality was to be found in the spiritual world, whilst the
    • really dealing with two factors, with the knower, the cognizing
    • same. It is important to realize that in human evolution, in the
    • they became conscious of the real inner striving towards the ‘I’.
    • you bear this in mind you will realize that Europe was destined to
    • spiritual science of all ages that is familiar with the real facts,
    • picture of Lucifer. And this shows that there was a clear realization
    • that Lucifer played a part in evolution, a realization that is
    • in Teutonic mythology. As Nordic man was still clairvoyant, he really
    • he now realized that something else stemmed from this influence.
    • reality, he saw that the thoughts of the freedom and independence of
    • immersed in corporeality and, on the other hand, the penalty for this
    • cause. They fail to realize that one external appearance may resemble
    • this kind of mistake. Externally the real facts may often be exactly
    • prepared to accept the real facts instead of this external
    • clairvoyant sees are not allegories, but real Beings.
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    • great collective task. You will realize from what has been said that,
    • the East, when the ‘I’ really awoke, it was not of course
    • really endowed him with his individual ‘I’. But at the
    • less real, less clear-cut; it had less the stamp of reality. Whilst
    • presented a blurred, pale, lifeless image of reality; as I have
    • was a culture that we can only understand from within, if we realize
    • the Spiritual Soul with the human ego had not yet been realized
    • comprehensible if one realizes that, in consequence of this, an
    • realities; it would have been impossible for him to make the strange
    • polemics which in reality rest upon deep misunderstandings, because
    • realization that the two aspects, the Human and the Divine, must be
    • realization of what took place when the Christ Spirit entered into
    • if one recognizes that their cooperation is a reality, that they form
    • stemmed, not from an imaginary, but from a spiritually real Indian
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 11. Nerthus, Freyja and Gerda.
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    • we shall realize — and this applies to no other mythology —
    • unless he realizes that this event actually took place.
    • Earth belongs to Riesenheim. We realize, therefore, that Nordic man
    • unite with the physical-corporeal instruments existing in the human
    • world-events conform to law, he will then realize, little by little,
    • salvation. It is extremely important to realize that Spiritual
    • done. At that time man was not really a free agent, although he could
    • into the real progress of human evolution towards a higher
    • the spiritual theories are really permeated by a living, spiritual
    • flourished, then this people must realize that the old clairvoyance
    • etheric clairvoyance he will realize that the forces of the old Gods
    • reality points to the future. But the Fenris Wolf, symbol of the
    • of the Gods we realize that Teutonic mythology gives promise of
    • one part of a greater whole — has been realized for the fifth
    • discover in the realm of the Nordic and Germanic Archangels a source
    • they really are.
    • will realize how right I am. Avail yourselves of every means at your
    • realized in all aspects of our earthly life. Let us try to come to an
    • really important for the whole of humanity, that the larger nations
    • Science, as we shall realize more and more clearly, will bring an end
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  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 1
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    • Steiner depicts here the deep realities of the spiritual life of
    • Dionysian Mysteries. He shows how the same living reality of the spiritual
    • really grasp by looking beyond the whole historical tradition of
    • our own personality. Ideals of this kind are really only what one or
    • what are really two souls in modern man, two souls whose union is
    • the Age — has had to realise anew the two impulses just
    • Iphigenia. And if one realises this, it brings home to one the
    • even in the realm of art.
    • really something to be thankful for, when one of the workmen asks if
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    • Steiner depicts here the deep realities of the spiritual life of
    • Dionysian Mysteries. He shows how the same living reality of the spiritual
    • views enable us to realise that the tradition, and to a certain
    • real Beings. Such a figure as Persephone is a relic of this
    • reality in the spiritual world which was familiar to men in primeval
    • natural wonder. What is really the crucial event of the drama?
    • culture has vanished. But nothing in the world ever really
    • disappears, things are really only transformed. Whither, then, has
    • really to be found. When an Atlantean man gazed into the spiritual
    • world, he saw Demeter; she really came to meet him. When, out of this
    • aware that it had once been so. But you will have already realised
    • sub-earthly realm of the soul. The imprisonment of the clairvoyant
    • supple. And what is active in the sub-earthly realm, the realm
    • rape of Persephone and man's connection with Demeter are really
    • fantastic, that is where all the dreaming and the superstition really
    • really changed in human nature? It is that part of man in which his
    • body which is the energising influence, which is the really impelling
    • the real forces, the effectual forces, especially those of Eros and
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    • Steiner depicts here the deep realities of the spiritual life of
    • Dionysian Mysteries. He shows how the same living reality of the spiritual
    • which cannot be explained unless one recognises the reality of a
    • clairvoyant consciousness, who can see into the real spiritual world,
    • ancient Greek was really not in a position to examine the microcosm
    • this kind of experience, which can really grow into a kind of taste,
    • developed man today knows very little of the real ego, which I have
    • time evoked in you something of what was really the most elementary
    • on the occult signs, makes them real to himself, and then finds that
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    • Steiner depicts here the deep realities of the spiritual life of
    • Dionysian Mysteries. He shows how the same living reality of the spiritual
    • have today. You will have realised this from the way I tried to show
    • — whom he really thought of as quite remote from human nature.
    • in a very abstract way. Things are not like that in the real world;
    • in human bodies and mixed with the rest as real men. Legends are to
    • us of men who dwelt on Earth, but who were really in their inner
    • speaking of the ones who only inspired men, but of those who really
    • really an enormous difference between these two classes of Angels.
    • to expect to find the highest leaders of humanity, the really
    • be quite wrong. From the universal rule that the real, guiding
    • may in the physical realm, we shall not find the Christ substance as
    • realm when man passes through the gate of death, so at the death of
    • totality of human souls, ascends further into the spiritual realms,
    • really feel this yearning for a star outside in the cosmos which they
    • and inspire the earthly realm. When the ancient Greek felt what
    • Jupiter are seen from the Earth. Thus it is really a different stream
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    • Steiner depicts here the deep realities of the spiritual life of
    • Dionysian Mysteries. He shows how the same living reality of the spiritual
    • which are also called laws. Try then to imagine to yourself a real
    • applied to the other Atlanteans who were really Greek gods. The world
    • one human body, they were the victims of maya. In reality this soul
    • terms of maya, real Atlantean men.
    • reality then enters into his consciousness and takes the place of the
    • of what he experienced. You find it all there, quite realistically
    • described. From this monologue you can get an idea of what really
    • realise that it describes quite realistically, in all detail, actual
    • Dionysos really belonged, to a time when he infused into human nature
    • as an egoity none could really distinguish himself from another; then
    • over from the Moon evolution. Even Zeus really derives from the Moon
    • of things which really don't exist, they get as heated over
    • abstractions, over mere ideas, as other men do about real life’
    • a reality, have devoted themselves to what Pallas Athene added to the
    • getting as far as India. This journey really did take place! And much
    • prodigious pre-historic journey really took place. Thus a Dionysos
    • fantastic—consider this in its concrete reality. Think of this
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 6
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    • Steiner depicts here the deep realities of the spiritual life of
    • Dionysian Mysteries. He shows how the same living reality of the spiritual
    • the thought and feeling of ancient Greece was really like, we find
    • dry-as-dust, prosaic, abstract wisdom. And if we want to make real
    • new state has arisen through the realisation of yesterday's
    • really are can say, ‘Falsehood is detected by proving
    • contradiction’ ... for contradiction is inherent in reality.
    • nature, and thus have called forth a reality of our own inner being
    • existence, its reality, is capable of being perceived in one example
    • symbolically, and yet with all the seriousness which the reality
    • only perceptible to clairvoyant vision, was really fitted to the
    • his being, the sensible reality, really measures up to the divine ego
    • any real intellectual light; man only acquired that later. This old
    • Greek used splendid pictures which really penetrate far deeper into
    • the real ego, it is truly of such a nature that the real egos in Adam
    • by today is in fact a real contradiction, and the Greek felt that
    • compromise, from no aspect does it show itself to be what in reality
    • nowhere to be seen in the physical world. What, then, really is the
    • is really the first teacher of intellectual civilisation, we must
    • and whose own external forms really show only the forces of physical,
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  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 7
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    • Steiner depicts here the deep realities of the spiritual life of
    • Dionysian Mysteries. He shows how the same living reality of the spiritual
    • realise this, especially when we discover that the deepest and most
    • become instructed as to what cognition really is. For the study of
    • brief, I can only indicate it pictorially. As regards what really
    • find your own reality. What I have here said in a few words can be
    • to become the reflecting apparatus for what the human being really
    • is, for the real man, who is at first only to be met with in the
    • confronted by its own absolute need. But imagine this realisation
    • ‘Is there really any means of penetrating into what is
    • truths which lead to reality and not to the maya of the outer world,
    • human being was of course not conscious of what really takes place at
    • is a contradiction!’ In reality it is quite possible to test
    • told you was a real one, he who was followed by a train of sileni and
    • was the real teacher of the pupils in the Dionysian Mysteries.
    • recommended by people who know nothing of reality — but the way
    • fleshly body; there he was a real man standing upon the physical
    • remained a teacher in the Mysteries long after the real man, of whom
    • Mystery was enacted and had encountered in the world outside the real
    • Nature, which man in his present bodily form has really grown out of.
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    • Steiner depicts here the deep realities of the spiritual life of
    • Dionysian Mysteries. He shows how the same living reality of the spiritual
    • there is a higher reality behind the world of the mind. It is mainly
    • realise that it is no mere selfish yearning, but deep-seated duty
    • our souls to be wasted. We come to realise that deep down in every
    • deteriorate, then we are in a very real sense being
    • greater, until it will at length really be able to fulfil its
    • really not to be taken lightly. We come to the saying that knowledge
    • self-knowledge — when he really learns something of his inmost
    • degree repugnant to him, something which, when it really dawns upon
    • and people will realise that it is impossible to understand man or
    • instance in the Moon evolution. What really do the blood circulation
    • send all this upwards from our heart and now, in real self-knowledge,
    • the Earth. Thus we have indicated two realms of gods, two spiritual
    • realms, one of which plays a direct part in all that takes place
    • on the one hand it makes real soul-beings of us, on the other hand it
    • not become so dense that we are confronted by it as a reality.)
    • pronounce unreal; they were Beings, they were other gods. Thus we
    • have generations of gods whose reality is original, and others who
    • are merely the representations — the real ideas
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    • Dionysian Mysteries. He shows how the same living reality of the spiritual
    • complicated has really been the formation out of the spiritual world
    • paradox fully expresses the reality, and if one cared to elaborate it
    • to describe man, who really distorts the several streams which flow
    • flowed together in man. He would have to realise that an etheric
    • man the immense riddle of human evolution, then the real man, the
    • took place a union between what was indeed a real stream that came
    • man who has progressed to real spiritual knowledge of human nature
    • that the real ego-consciousness of man does not take place in the
    • real ego of man as it manifests in our consciousness comes into
    • say, only what lies on the surface. When you realise that the
    • seeing images in the higher worlds and yet realise one day that he
    • has only seen images and not realities. Then he is faced by the
    • seen is image, that he has not come to know reality sufficiently even
    • on the physical plane to fill out his picture with reality. Then the
    • have to realise that we must not shrink from such trials, for every
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 10
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    • Steiner depicts here the deep realities of the spiritual life of
    • Dionysian Mysteries. He shows how the same living reality of the spiritual
    • widely different epochs men have formed conceptions of what really lies
    • nothing to do with reality — when the man of today believes
    • into the realities. We must seriously try to discover why this is
    • clairvoyant were filled with far more life, far more reality. We saw
    • thought was full of the living sap of reality. Admittedly this really
    • Greek thoughts about their gods contained far more reality than the
    • with present-day consciousness there is far less of world-reality
    • pictures in which there was no reality, and that the only reality
    • reality, and compared with it the knowledge which we acquire today
    • with reality. Such a thirst will reveal that it is just what is
    • he had to be torn away from the world-realities, cut off from them;
    • tenuous ideas, devoid of reality, and our abstract laws of
    • regards true reality. But anyone who feels within him a thirst to
    • grow into world-reality knows that at a certain point in his life
    • true reality one feels by all the ideas of today, and what phantom
    • path into a much more vital reality than the purely abstract laws of
    • maya in face of the living reality, and if it is not like a
    • feels itself empty in face of the real world. It certainly feels able
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    • when we bear in mind what has just been said. We realized then for the
    • corporeal, with the outer corporeality than is the case in later times.
    • corporeality. In Greek culture the soul had freed itself to some extent
    • from the corporeality, but the balance between the Psychic-Spiritual
    • like Augustine, for instance, who in the Post-Christian epoch is really
    • man holds the balance between the Psychic-Spiritual and outer corporeality;
    • Science we must realize that we are living in an age which represents
    • Raphael's soul, which had really little to do with what was going on
    • world and realize that we can only truly understand it when we rise above
    • at the Sun-illuminated clouds there may don on us a realization that
    • realms themselves and meets, in the clouds, those elements that can
    • into Raphael's soul and we realize how from amid the environment already
    • of man. And then we feel the uniqueness of the soul of Raphael, realizing
    • we realize how Raphael brings this fire with him through birth from
    • depth, cannot but realize what it is that speaks from those wonder-works
    • a realm beyond as it were, for an epoch when it could once again fertilized
    • who realize what the fusion of external beauty and the inner wisdom-filled
    • We realize that at some future time men will no longer be able to gaze
    • of the Madonna and the picture. Many will have realized that the soul
    • deeply enough into Raphael's soul will realize this. Indeed we can only
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    • to see that while the whole of Berlin was at that time really interested
    • is entirely realistic. Herr von Osten then called in animal experts. These
    • professors, might influence the animal. These people who were really able
    • it. If we consider the whole matter, we shall find that it is really
    • to observe that he is really a spectator to a far greater extent than
    • of mathematics that we really feel impelled to develop it as it were
    • automatized. Numbers really contain an inner system of laws which is
    • which really thinks in him is, after all, the earth. The earth thinks
    • through the whole instrument of the horse. Thus we really obtain the
    • connection which may really be termed as subterranean, a kind of connecting
  • Title: Lecture: The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
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    • this evening will rather have to do with a sort of neighbouring realm
    • in such matters, namely Napoleon, was an admirer of the reality of the
    • his real affairs of the heart with divine spiritual beings who do not
    • for him a real power as creative as the other historical impulses. Hermann
    • just as one speaks of a being, of a reality, of something which governs
    • these national epics, let us glance into that realm of which I really
    • if one speaks of imagination as a real power. And if, to many what is
    • we are speaking of a soul-power whose expressions we cannot really make
    • use of, to which we cannot ascribe reality. The modern man is careful
    • to do with an actuality, a reality; imagination was not yet imagination;
    • into a realm which as a super-sensible lies behind the sensible. In all
    • line of Homer is a reality. Thus we are not referred to ancient dynasties
    • the spiritual or consciousness soul which really makes the ego-man,
    • of natural products which are visible to the senses. In reality, say
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    • events, but the pictures correspond throughout with reality.
    • these astral realms, wandering through them as one may wander among
    • spiritually in these realms, a remarkable saying. It sounds like a
    • of this saying — really a simple saying, but important for
    • then do we really understand the cycle of the year.
    • will come to realise how he has been living through a waking-sleep of
    • beings, and he will become aware of what this really
    • embrace them, to draw them down into the realm of half-conscious
    • of the cosmos. Then the pictures will show what is really there, and
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture II: The Christmas Imagination
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    • understanding of the course of the year. And art can really be
    • we must realise that in winter the Earth
    • should really be no more prominent than the irregularities on the
    • picture (blue) and ask ourselves what it really represents? It is not
    • know what this water-drop really is. It is nothing other than a
    • realm the effects of enormous dilutions must be reckoned with.
    • the salts derive from the acids; and this is what the Earth really
    • wants to be. Hence, when we look up into the cosmos, we are really
    • the Earth to form itself into a cosmic water-drop, we are really
    • salts widely distributed in the plant; they etherealise themselves in
    • the organic realm, of course, everything
    • that in deep winter it becomes really a cosmic body, expressing
    • the point of realising that the fragment of bone is a small part only
    • the realm of life. In winter the whole surface of the Earth is
    • isolation from one another, as in reality they never are. Air, we are
    • for it is always rayed through by the Sun. That is the reality: air
    • upper influences would really like to break up the Earth, to
    • is enabled to participate in the whole cosmos. Our head would really
    • this would really have to be shown
    • which grow into realities for the mind of man.
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    • must realise clearly how it is that in
    • is simply limestone, and outwardly there really is no perceptible
    • particular to hope for from the realm of outer nature, because they
    • are really able to pursue their activities only within human
    • these beings, who are really those cast down by Michael, to expand in
    • the realm of the plants, and there it comes under the attraction of
    • beings could realise their hopes, the whole of humanity would
    • sensitive and can really live with the course of events in the cosmos
    • wishes to develop full freedom in the realm of art, he does not bind
    • reality as an image both of what these beings are in their astral
    • intellectual concept formed in the human mind. In reality there is no
    • Imagination can lead directly to a ritual in the earthly realm, a
    • influence of the great teacher Raphael — who is really Mercury
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    • the material realm. Now in summer, high summer, man is really bound
    • John's-tide, we really have the impression that down there are the
    • such a way that one really feels oneself dissolved into the plastic
    • impulses. For whereas we habitually look at the realms of Nature and
    • Imagination. These things are quite real, but I cannot speak of them
    • pictures is reality; it is there.
    • take these connections into our inward experience, the real St. John
    • Trinity, which is really the St. John Imagination. The background of
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture V: The Working Together of the Four Archangels
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    • fundamentally it is not understood. Real poets and spiritually
    • knows Goethe one must say that it is real to him only through his
    • St. John's Day, Imagination of Uriel. You must really picture to
    • understanding, unfortunately, for how things really are. For example,
    • his gaze is directed down towards the crystal realm of the earth, and
    • staggering to realise that these words ring through the world like a
    • fact. It is really shattering to read these words in the
    • really a great human secret. The forces that prevail in our breathing
    • The thought which flashes through the human head is really a
    • man and passes beyond the realm of breathing, so that it works in his
    • and how they really do pass on to one another their own particular
    • now there must really
    • realm of spirit; his soul gazes down not at an individual human body
    • Uriel, Gabriel, Michael. In that realm, one is looking at
  • Title: Fifth Gospel (1950): Lecture I
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    • which are essential to any real understanding of it. Let me
    • will realise that any real understanding of the Christ
    • the gods concretely and perceptibly real. Think of Homer and of
    • is pure hypothesis, but what is it that has really
    • times, we shall realise that they knew nothing of these things.
    • understood nothing of its real nature; it was opposed by a
    • understanding nothing of its real nature. And yet ... men bore
    • personality of real significance. But if we ask about his
    • us realise that a real problem lies here. What power is
    • Impulse who themselves do not really understand it? What power
    • realised that Haeckel is Christian through and through,
    • Christianity. This will soon be realised if we study the
    • underlying reality, not merely the concepts and ideas
    • aware of many things) — anyone who realises this is led
    • grasping the life-principles which in reality are
    • W. Leadbeater.] Anyone who can believe this lacks all real
    • who were its real or alleged enemies. Even the moral power that
    • tribes? What is really at work in the materialistic natural
    • disguise its real nature? What is this power? — It
    • all scientific notions and point to the reality, showing how
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  • Title: Fifth Gospel (1950): Lecture II
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    • things in our time, while realising that in ages other than our
    • realisation that all these things were inevitable. I do
    • Cosmos really signifies! I cannot help it if — in
    • consciousness has been mustered, one realises: all this
    • which placed themselves like a screen in front of the real
    • had not really known before: that the event of Golgotha had
    • in reality a birth: the birth of that Spirit outpoured
    • transported into the soul of Peter to realise what he
    • them to participate in the real sense in this event of the
    • saw, too, how He had taught and instructed them from the realm
    • of the Spirit. They came to realise that for forty days they
    • His words; they realised that they had been obliged to receive
    • they realise that they had gone about with Christ, with the
    • really happened to them. And how did they recognise that this
    • Jesus. Try to envisage in all reality that as the
    • consciousness had clouded. Then they realised that these two
    • you ponder these words you will realise that they indicate
  • Title: Fifth Gospel (1950): Lecture III
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    • earthly life in the real sense lies after the Mystery of
    • followed the real birth of the Christ Being. And with reference
    • feeling of what Christ's sacrifice really signified. It was the
    • form a really clear conception of the event of Pentecost
    • suffer; suffering lies always in the realm of soul.
    • the really deep sense, much will be acquired for a true
    • that are, in reality, profoundly significant are so often
    • This book is usually read without heed being paid to the real
    • discovering what is really the most remarkable thing about it.
    • understand the real significance of the Christ Impulse in the
  • Title: Fifth Gospel (1950): Lecture IV
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    • realisation that in the evolution of the Jewish people there is
    • people were, in reality, images not of the good spiritual
    • transported into spiritual realms, into the sphere of
    • him as a real presence. It was indeed so: the Buddha appeared
    • in reality, images of Lucifer and Ahriman. Jesus of Nazareth
    • produced was to make him realise that a mystery prevailed
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    • the end of his twenties. You will certainly have realised from
    • From many different points of view we are learning to realise
    • to realise it by studying the actual life of Christ Jesus. And
    • which was really like a full confession, much was new to her;
    • have for mankind? All this is, in reality, meaningless. If
    • experiences in the realms of heaven — there are no
    • experienced the reality of this mighty impulse. All the beauty
    • with these words came a realisation of all the greatness of the
    • time he realised and emphasised in that conversation that there
    • us try to feel it deeply and also to realise that an absolutely
    • spiritual realms, to whom the worlds of Spirit were known, not
    • realm I will give thee all the beauty and the glory contained
    • themselves deeply in His soul. He realised and felt the whole
    • words which, in reality, only Christ Jesus could have spoken.
    • use to us, for the real Christ Jesus might still be living. We
    • must find which one He really is. — Only the disciples
    • to-day already and the way they act is really very curious. I
    • really only thrive in the pure air of California. Well ... here
    • Germany may be ignored, for they are really too second-rate.
    • do so, they have no inkling whatever of the realities of the
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  • Title: Lecture: The (Four) Great Virtues
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    • And this soul then feels how this will is really received through the
    • can no longer be connected in the external realm of manifestation,
    • life has to use the instruments of external physical and ethereal
    • ethereal body with our soul-being, in so far as this is ego and
    • condition we use as instruments our physical and ethereal bodies.
    • we use those organs of our physical and ethereal bodies which are so
    • physical hand, but also the ethereal and the astral hand, and a part
    • the skull. Just as my ethereal and astral hand belongs to my physical
    • hand, something ethereal and astral belongs to the brain. The brain
    • really
    • the Bodhi tree, in spiritual reality.
    • ethereal hearts belong, are not so perfect as those which serve
    • they are put in motion by the use of Ego, astral body, ethereal body
    • and we move freely; only what is astral and ethereal in us is
    • the ethereal accompanies the physical. In the brain only the ethereal
    • physical and ethereal organs only as a kind of basis. We can name
    • which is supported by his astral, ethereal and physical bodies.
    • ethereal and physical bodies, and yet with our Ego we are beginning
    • we use in early childhood are not really lost for us in later life.
    • really exercises the virtue of justice puts every thing and every
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    • Thought as such has really nothing to contribute when it comes
    • comprehending realities. Within science, it is no longer
    • really excluded from the natural processes. It is condemned to
    • be a mere semblance, not a reality.
    • and yet this, which really makes us into human beings,
    • accompanies us through the world as something whose reality we
    • ourselves to be in an area of non-reality.
    • not a reality, then the process of thought does not, like a
    • no longer realize how much of what has emerged historically in
    • nevertheless find no real contradiction. And secondly, I
    • physiological terms to realize what the yogi achieved by making
    • order to understand what was really happening here, we must
    • and stream, in the creatures of nature's various realms, they
    • thought for longish periods. We perform, in the realm of the
    • process, but also in making it quite free of corporeality. Only
    • independent of our corporeality.
    • of shaping a reality, just as we recognize our process of
    • growth as a living reality.
    • images, from the sensory realities, and then to compare these
    • something that leaves reality behind and breathes no actuality,
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    • the many experiences in the realm of the psyche which present
    • fantastically chaotic dream world not attuned to reality, our
    • realizing: Anatomy and physiology make a valiant attempt to
    • corporeal? In looking at the physical, on the other hand, and
    • — believe that we must regard the mental as the really
    • must regard the physical as the really empowering element, and
    • corporeal processes are parallel to mental ones, and mental
    • processes accompany the corporeal or what corporeal ones the
    • powerless, and cannot locate anything that would really be
    • have struggled to achieve, believing we find in them realities
    • when we really say to ourselves: this imaginal knowledge cannot
    • powers that alone are capable of really discovering the soul
    • finer being, an ethereal being as it were, a now for the first
    • spiritual realm, for dealing later with our bodily functions,
    • learn how in reality, too, we can do without the body and how,
    • are really to look at life as it develops from the innermost
    • spiritual realm, will have a different way of looking at our
    • must realize that he has to speak, think and will in
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 3: East and West in History
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    • really have very few points d'appui in the study of
    • must realize that in its depths there operate all kinds of
    • are transitory, like the sight of a real object in the outside
    • so put it; he must realize that the revelations of the
    • meditate upon it. As modern men, we have really learnt
    • precisely this that guarantees the objectivity of what is real
    • different temper of soul if we are to penetrate into the real
    • will say: the Greeks really had no natural science; they had a
    • these artistic features — if nature and reality do in
    • really understand what was being expressed even in Plato, still
    • man — what I will call an ethereal man; he experienced
    • the divine and spiritual realm with which man can unite in
    • experience a reality outside space and time. We thus experience
    • the reality of the spiritual sphere and its influence on the
    • whilst remaining intact as real knowledge, real spiritual
    • of religion, art and science; what really belongs to our moment
    • of history, the real basis of our activities and our picture of
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 4: Spiritual Geography
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    • really need to understand.
    • experiences it as immediate reality; he bears it with him in
    • his soul as the reality self-evident to him. External nature,
    • cannot regard as reality what strikes him as an echo, what
    • seems to him a reflection, as he can regard as reality what he
    • that it is not reality in the same sense. If he did not
    • reality reside in what the soul experiences directly. What is
    • reality, becoming reality only when it is touched by what must
    • world is reality, and the outside world, that of the senses, is
    • is dealing not with complete reality but with an illusion, the
    • those of the realms of nature. There will then follow a view of
    • and could really test the structures he summons from his soul,
    • think of mathematical truths to realize that all kinds of
    • natural phenomena, is really experienced; it is observed also
    • really are within us will become for us a replica in the
    • ancient Orient sensed that the spiritual world is a reality
    • reality. What lay before him outside was maya.
    • not say so; whereas he perceives as reality what reveals itself
    • in closer accord with reality than those derived from abstract
    • realistic at all. There exists in these circles a basic
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    • to describe a real cosmology, a science of the origin and
    • activity and inner experience, we shall also realize that a
    • difficulty into the organic realm; if it could advance as far
    • of the higher modes of existence — the realms of soul and
    • relationship of man to the world will realize: a being whose
    • individual, whatever realm of nature it may belong to, as
    • given process of knowing nature, at this point it really goes
    • not one of cognition but one of reality, a real
    • are we able to carry over our experience into the reality of
    • the moment of realizing that, at a certain instant of higher
    • mere knowledge into real life, into a real symbiosis with the
    • world. It is in the world outside that man finds his real
    • distances, you will find your real self. We can therefore say:
    • side of the mirror. The mystic is not aware of what is really
    • memory and really looks into himself, will see there the
    • when we really come to know this inner organism, this is what
    • character, so that we can really only perceive it from within,
    • less within the physical realm; but when we apprehend it and
    • reality within, the bridge is established for us. And if we
    • abstractness, it attains to reality, we shall find the
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    • immediate concrete reality. Today, however, I want to establish
    • needs, we realize that there has been no period perhaps with
    • really mean something different; they mean man's feeling that
    • of freedom is really just as old as intellectual life. Only
    • so long as they do not realize that the naive experience that
    • take hold of immediate reality at a particular point, yet
    • reality.
    • not really fit into it.
    • social life which are quite unlike the forces that are really
    • presents to the young is really something appropriate only to a
    • we really understand other people and see across the gulfs of
    • our judgment is not ultimately based on reality. In the
    • are most in accord with reality that they are furthest away
    • incapable of matching up to reality.
    • believed itself to be true to life. It created a reality that
    • is ultimately no reality, no fruitful reality that is.
    • himself into the other human being: only thus can he really
    • the soul can only really apprehend this impulse of
    • teaching methods at the Waldorf School really miss the
    • as I indicated then, the real moral impulses that man can find
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    • a result of the cruellest of wars, to realize the
    • the opportunity of realizing it in Eastern Europe, it became,
    • — though in fact it has not been realized to any great
    • these days of social structures really only relates to their
    • largely realized a political system that aimed at
    • our time by certain circles was largely realized eight
    • in the Orient was always the real spiritual leader, even with
    • stage in their development). You will realize the
    • element, with its roots in the East, can really only produce
    • times, we must also realize that, because other branches of
    • commerce really develops alongside the legal element. For
    • realize that economic conditions have created them.
    • structures, we must enter with real understanding upon the
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 8: The Problem (Asia-Europe)
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    • scarcely anyone who does not have something really significant to
    • realize how, in the last analysis, the historical
    • developing towards the realization in Greece, as the
    • really means that, in looking at tragedy, man enters a world of
    • tragedy, Aristotle, we perceive quite clearly, is really
    • however, often really betray a certain philistinism, resting as
    • ancient society, therefore, experience of self was really
    • of human labour within the social order was quite unrealized.
    • those who performed it as a natural datum. Human society really
    • not what really matters. In the same way, I must point out that
    • life, man really had to find his individuality. The European of
    • said: “Oh, we don't really want to be foremen; we don't
    • self, but we cannot connect it with a real insight into man. We
    • exhausting, is really worthless. Consider how our
    • they really do for others. We need to win through to this by
    • body, soul and spirit really means. This is what a social order
    • ought really to be able to bring forth out of the self.
    • within us, once we can experience the reality of society inside
    • really to take root within us.
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    • of party opinion, wthout finding anything really bad
    • to come close to his real self.
    • his work-people, so that he comes close to them by really
    • really like there. In short, there have long been efforts to
    • the present, however, the most important point is not really
    • that this really appeals to their souls or touches their
    • opinions. They consider that the masses are not really
    • you want to, you can soon see what the real situation is today,
    • and where the real obstacles and restrictions occur. I was for
    • really seem like — and in a sense even are — the
    • my point of view, however, it was really an illuminating
    • something that springs from a really far-reaching philosophy of
    • can see at once how impossible it is really to grip men's
    • can't really understand what you say, because so much of it
    • you develop, simply by doing so, something that really
    • to really see inside himself. He thereby reaches the stage of
    • being a spiritual element. Once we realize this, however, we
    • interpose something in front of our real inner nature, just as
    • outlook. In speaking of our human make-up as it really is, we
    • drives, passions and the like, and see through them to reality.
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    • reality which — in all modesty we can say this —
    • become conscious of the direction in which mankind is really
    • There is another reason why I do not believe there is any real
    • democratic feeling that something is really valuable in the
    • Under what conditions are men really in a position to give
    • practice, cannot be realized! There are differences of rank and
    • realistically, as it has been observed here in the last
    • ideas to the spiritual world, acquires a true sense of reality,
    • have given this simply by way of illustration, but it really
    • conditions as they really are, it will after a time reveal
    • realistically the influence of spiritual life on social
    • that is really to flourish in the spiritual life of mankind
    • itself to be a real force in the history of modern man. But in
    • if our thinking is realistic, by the way in which, out of an
    • really makes any excogitation of a rational law unfruitful;
    • real foundations of law. And this also involved a battle over
    • was no longer possible to attain clarity about the real
    • theory, but in real life as well — that, during the
    • to reality than is usual today. There are many people today who
    • exclusively from the reality of what men desire from one
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    • leading us into true reality lies within those spheres which open to
    • man. What we experience as our Will, is really only partially awake. Our
    • daily life, is really only a dream of tale Will-impulses. When they will,
    • a dream while you are dreaming. Man only dreams of real willing during
    • rather deeper into himself, is a self-enjoyment, a real true
    • really the first half
    • is that which is really capable of advancing mankind at the present
    • that he can really lay hold in a living way of that which in physical
    • is then reached. For considered physiologically, we really die, because
    • the deeds of the Beings of the higher Hierarchies, a real raising of
    • ever deeper and more comprehensive penetration to the real impulses
    • spoken of in these last days. Something might be realised of what is
    • impulses of soul, which lead to real spiritual scientific clairvoyance.
    • incomprehensible, but realise they are comprehensible; but as things
    • we must fight. We can frequently only fight them when we have really
    • which can really only reach its goal, when it is understood as an acceptance
    • of the future progress of mankind really depends on this. I say this
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    • us above Maya and leading us into true reality, lies within those
    • really only partially awake. Our thoughts are awake from waking
    • waking daily life is really only a dream or a tale of will
    • know of a dream while you are dreaming. Man only dreams of real
    • into himself, is a self-enjoyment, truly a real self-enjoyment.
    • literature, was really the first half of the 19th century. Then
    • which is really capable of advancing mankind at the present time.
    • without so as to really lay hold in a living way of that which in
    • physiologically, we really die because we are capable of developing
    • within the deeds of the Beings of the higher Hierarchies, a real
    • ever deeper and more comprehensive penetration to the real impulses
    • realized of what is — I do not say willed, but what
    • impulses of soul which lead to real spiritual scientific
    • incomprehensible, but realize that they are comprehensible, yet as
    • have really understood them.
    • the future progress of mankind really depends upon this. I say this
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    • The Bridge between the Ideal and the Real Part 1.
    • The Bridge between the Ideal and the Real Part 1.
    • impressions on our other Sense-organs, are really so
    • reality is not to be found in external Sense-Revelation. It
    • requires real inner courage in one's thought to deny external
    • Reality in its utterances that true Certainty, which is held by
    • reality of real experience forsakes you. And the man of
    • certainty at all; for the simple reason that the reality of his
    • experiences sinks into the realm of the unconscious, every time
    • whether it does not pass into Unreality, and so what man
    • how, in reality, St. Augustine with a far greater justification
    • notices these things far too little and really knows little of
    • but also reality, because one knew those moments of sleeping
    • as a real concrete life in the spirit, what one had experienced
    • true, even if not real inwardly.” The fact that one could
    • still in the 4th Post Atlantean period, has really proceeded;
    • that from which it really became possible. Let us speak for a
    • was really the case that in a certain connection the Old
    • Inner Being, does man come to see the Spiritual Reality
    • concealed in that which otherwise lacks this reality in his
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    • capacity really to see into the life of the immediate present.
    • the laws to reality.
    • reality, but will empower us to take hold of human
    • his heart that corresponds to real conditions and not
    • are useless when one is facing reality. Such things reveal
    • their activity into guideposts in the realm of public life. As
    • long as this is not the case, people in this realm will be
    • Theosophist is a real Theosophical attitude, real Theosophical
    • various realms of life, a clear, objective view of the forces
    • will realize that some self-knowledge also belongs in these
    • realms in order to see clearly. First I will picture the outer
    • committing a falsification of objective reality. Just try
    • The great laws that are to be realized in the future show us
    • how, in higher spiritual realms, what obtains as law is nothing
    • of outer conditions. If human beings realize that the
    • that doesn't really change anything much at all, because if one
    • stimulate us. We needn't think that we can realize it right
    • realization that it must be done. People perform it because
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    • realise this building.
    • the other thought, of realising our spiritual movement in the
    • for our souls, but it must realise for them a cultural thought.
    • impossibility of realising the spiritual life directly in
    • for itself a real, appropriate form of art.
    • can feel: these were built by people who are really far removed
    • about art of this kind — if one really contemplates art
    • conception of the cosmos, and as desire realisation in our
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    • development, really point the way to the inner and therefore true
    • What really prompted that reply of Goethe's to Schiller?
    • separate sense-observations, arrives at truth and reality just as
    • incapable of realizing what lay behind, when he believed that
    • really a psychology — one of those phrases which are
    • thinking is a quite peculiar thinking, really inseparable from the
    • He repeatedly emphasizes how unreal and meaningless Fichte's
    • absolute reality in the highest sense of the word, and in them you
    • important people to Goethe, that you realize that it is the same
    • never really knew what there was in the underground caves. Now she
    • saying: ‘Recognize, Realize the Highest.’ And the power
    • that truth which he himself considered the real one, and he once
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    • say, of an European monist, who has a sense of reality through having
    • Thus it adheres to Goethe's saying: ‘Man has really always only
    • view that in what concerns truth and objective reality only physical
    • Now Goethe was particularly convinced that this really is the
    • case, and that man really has in him these possibilities of
    • leads him to a deeper insight, and he really steeps himself in the
    • shall realize what is expressed in these poetic figures. And
    • different realities in opposition. Schiller trained himself
    • lack something which must be present when it comes to the real
    • capable of leading to and interpreting the realities round him, so
    • follows from step to step how the spiritual reality or form creeps
    • nothing else but that which can be spun into objective reality. The
    • conceptions have reality and have the effect of lighting up all
    • Goethe knows that real research does not stop at material
    • power of the soul, is led into the real kingdom of the spirit. The
    • How is this attained in the Fairy Tale? Because the real
    • self-surrender. That really is a secret, even if it is called an
    • real knowledge. We bar ourselves off from the higher, true
    • must be of an esoteric kind, and you will find that one can really
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    • completely true to life and to the reality of life is this
    • of the most realistic of those pieces of world literature which go
    • most deeply into reality; for everything in the second part
    • real than anything that can be seen with the outer physical eyes or
    • these different writers no longer really understood the
    • speak in direct way of the real grandeur and meaning of these
    • penetrate behind these secrets and arrive at the real meaning. But
    • the books, although they were really only an outer form, but
    • really was, the spiritual tendency at that time failed to
    • them that he really had the shining planets before him as the
    • really there, and much can be gained from the study of this life by
    • find that what is described by Goethe, can be really experienced by
    • real transition, the meeting of Mephistopheles with the
    • spiritual world, knows that there really is a Mephistopheles, that
    • beautifully express it — ‘What was once a reality to
    • me, has gone into the unreal: but what has remained for me and
    • appears to outer vision as unreal, that to me is now true, and it
    • really was the inner work of his life.
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    • personality which has learnt to know the reality of the spiritual,
    • whole of Part I — no doubt you realize it from yesterday's
    • really does grow into that world which is described as the
    • would that they would cease to call these things realistic. The
    •  To greet the mild ethereal twilight o'er me;
    • and real beings corresponding to what one ordinarily calls
    • human thoughts are really pervaded and permeated by beings from the
    • can realize how in the course of world-events a part is played by
    • into the really spiritual world.
    • of the physical world. Into this realm man enters by the gates of
    • at first it is all confusing. Still, into this realm enters man.
    • as the key that opens the spiritual realm. But Faust has the
    • is to descend into the spiritual realm. The introduction already
    • come over anyone who really knows these things and does not merely
    • Mothers who press hard on me!’ the citizens realize that he
    • is not possessed, but inspired; that he can say something as a real
    • this realm, that he may not enter it unprepared. Hence the words:
    • says, describing this realm as it appears to all who step into it:
    • One cannot depict more vividly a real experience of a man
    • spheres,’ i.e., into that realm where the forms of the
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    • fancies, and that man has only really become clever in the
    • say that nothing is really known of this. Going still further
    • you from real instances how man lived in the East, let us say,
    • exactly what that really means. Ten years ago you experienced
    • descendants: that is, let us go back really thousands of years.
    • experience only abstract thoughts! What are these in reality,
    • experience of this nature is in reality a relic of the epoch of
    • are in reality relating how the great heroes went forth from
    • before our eyes in order to realise its significance in the
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    • the Asiatic period, for what history refers to is in reality a
    • mountains and of the rivers. I live in the physical realm, but
    • this physical realm is the body of a spiritual realm. Around me
    • There below was this realm that for us has become the earthly
    • realm. Man lived in it. But he pictured to himself that where
    • this realm ends another realm begins, then again above that
    • another; and finally the highest realm which it is possible to
    • reach. And if we were to name these realms in accordance with
    • the highest realm, the First Hierarchy: Seraphim, Cherubim,
    • now comes the fourth realm where human beings live, the realm
    • lowest spirit realm, in which he, as human being, lived. You
    • Imaginations and pictures. The pictures were not so real as
    • ‘sleep away’ the ordinary earthly existence, we enter the realm
    • intervened. Though there was never a real consciousness of what
    • large part of Asia, is really the product of a much later
    • the population subject to it. What has really happened?
    • presenting to us such a barbarous aspect, are in reality
    • than a king in the realm of the shades. Neither to death
    • evolution of man, and without understanding them we can really
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    • social life of the city on a really permanent footing. This was
    • those who really held the whole ordering of the city in their
    • Something that is really a higher spiritual force, is working
    • in reality a kind of sense-organ for the Earth and could take
  • Title: World History: Lecture IV: Atlantean Wisdom in the Mysteries of Hibernia, Gilgamish and Eabani at Ephesus, Logos Mysteries of Artemis at Ephesus
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    • after the truth, the real truth. And he was shown how,
    • penetrating the illusion and coming to real true Being.
    • rightly represent what took place as reality in the Hibernian
    • the Earth. Thus was the pupil led to perceive Reality, in the
    • reality what he now felt himself to be under the suggestive
    • What does man really know about the world in the present-day?
    • new knowledge. First of all, the real nature of human
    • harmony. This is what it really means when we say that our
    • experienced in vivid and intense reality what survived in
    • Ephesus one could still have a feeling of the whole Reality in
    • Heraclitus also lived and where so much of the old Reality was
    • the old Asiatic Reality, a time when however on the other
    • of what had once been the Divine-Spiritual earthly Reality in
    • altogether false ideas of the Middle Ages: they do not realise
    • vision, at any rate in that realm which in the ancient East was
    • distinctly shining through, an old and real experience which
    • puerile, compared to the real truth! On the other hand we have
    • the real truth. For the campaigns of Alexander were not
    • Greeks. No, they were permeated by a real and lofty spiritual
    • mankind, in its connection with the East. For the real
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    • (which were in reality the source whence all the older
    • Mysteries in Greece, too, but with a much less real perception
    • longer the Realities, but phantoms. And so the Greek had a
    • of the Oriental civilisation had this real connection with Sun,
    • Reality. And something else went with this as well that was
    • Greece the great and awful Realities had disappeared. Pictures
    • Ephesus, he could still receive it straight from the Realities
    • real revelation of the Divine-Spiritual was as it were
    • now we see what Alexander the Great is really doing, and doing
    • is not really possible to understand the spiritual evolution of
    • its reality.
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    • hundred years after, the Mystery of Golgotha. The real
    • the realm of Rome.
    • transition to a third world, that is in reality as different
    • sublime event was being enacted in concrete physical reality,
    • realm of Nature to tradition, written or oral, in the realm of
  • Title: World History: Lecture VII: The Fifteenth Century and the Transition from Mind-Soul to Spiritual-Soul
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    • real substance of man's nature to these material abstractions
    • to-day, if we are really desirous of going forward in our
    • that we should learn to know again what is the real relation of
    • told, nothing is known to-day of the real nature of the human
    • coal. What is it in reality? In the neighbourhood of the Earth,
    • the forces of the Cosmos. These are real conceptions of
    • really present in all organs that are upright, — and
    • those forces which we call the ethereal forces, the forces
    • What is it that really takes place? You must look carefully at
    • circumference, working, as ethereal-astral forces, and building
    • the while without any real knowledge of them whatsoever; he has
    • strongly. From all this it is clear that there is really no
    • that which has been brought over from olden times, all real
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    • real to man. If we study the period of human development that
    • these survivals, the real being of the Mysteries retreated more
    • reality, and a reality which was of cardinal importance for
    • gaze of those present away from earthly realms to the ascent
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    • people who think this are really giving way to extreme
    • that Meeting. Anyone with a sense of the reality of the
    • has for so long been cultivated, but real life does not allow
    • to-day that here or there little traces of spiritual reality
    • experience the spiritual world in its reality.
    • Hence a really splendid note was struck this morning when Dr.
    • as medicine should be taken in the real sense into
    • individual who becomes a doctor to-day really longs for
    • must have the courage to realise that such procedure is
    • following thought will have become a reality to them: Spiritual
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    • which are the exact opposite of what is really intended. For it
    • What is won in this way cannot really be called the possession
    • but the real cause lies in what I have said.
    • People today long for real knowledge-concepts about the
    • world, but' would regard it as his reality. If through some
    • reality, just as the dreamer in the moment of the dream regards
    • his variously decked-out dream-world as his reality» Only
    • world of our environment, about the real value and significance
    • no judgment whatever about the reality, except the feeling of
    • reality, and the deceptive pictures of the dream as not
    • belonging to this reality.
    • the outer sense-reality give to him, certainly at some time the
    • as reality, has that which pertains to the soul? This then
    • attain from a higher standpoint knowledge about sense-reality
    • sense-reality a judgment about the dream-world, when, as a
    • be judged with regard to its value as reality, only from the
    • value as reality, of the higher value, of sense-experience itself.
    • bring to expression in the corporeal what is in the soul. But
    • organization — which are really very similar to
    • sense-reality. This is expressed in a very popular way, of
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    • The Bridge between the Ideal and the Real Part 2.
    • The Bridge between the Ideal and the Real Part 2.
    • condition that a man experiences the reality of what we discussed
    • own inner experience to grasp the real true certainty about the
    • condition, condition, man does not grasp the full reality of his
    • astral body and the ego, do not really come to the consciousness of
    • of his Ego and Astral body. But we must quite clearly realise that
    • Hierarchy to which I have just referred. But if he were really to
    • we really feel ourselves as men.
    • Archai) that remains for most human beings something really quite
    • only be real as Personality, because it has been
    • going to sleep until waking up, the reality of man's ego and astral
    • realise. With reference to this Fundamental Truth, modern humanity,
    • man really had a living consciousness of the Beings of the third
    • Golgotha to a delusion in his consciousness. The reality, the
    • moral or otherwise, can be realised. On the other hand, man is
    • ego and astral bodies as reality and not as mere reflected
    • images, and then he could also recognise his ideals as real forces,
    • just as real as electricity and magnetism, only they are not
    • working at the present time, they are acquiring reality in
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    • permeated with a certain belief in reality when, whether in
    • reality, loses reality, by directing his glance to
    • to him to describe what thus goes outside reality, when he
    • said that if we want really to arrive at ideas concerning the
    • for reality wherever we see a process of sprouting, budding,
    • consciousness we have to recognise in our life a real winter.
    • really is, all we need do is to imagine ourselves in the
    • conception more and more on really coming to the true life of
    • picture of what astrology is really meant to be, if it is at
    • content of thought into living reality, Think what entirely
    • find that in reality — I have pointed to this before
    • reality. When anything begins to wither he sets out to
    • realised how the budding and sprouting that comes forth with
    • first the misty realm of the spirit and then the whole true
    • spirit realm. It is not without meaning when in folklore we
    • dried-up tree-trunk, it is really showing for the first time
    • when decay sets in, for them it leaves the field of reality.
    • If you speak to them of the realm of true life, if you say
    • and really experiences individually what has first to build
    • indifference whether there is real clairvoyant vision or
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    • mention that a really earnest spiritual movement can have no
    • spiritual world, we are really led into a threefold
    • crossed, that we really enter with the whole of our being
    • experience of three worlds. In reality, we already belong to
    • cycle of humanity, one only gets the pure, true and real
    • realize, that stomach clairvoyance can inform man but little
    • really have not even the colour, the substantiality of vivid
    • head, and are then really in a world which we have difficulty
    • in the spiritual-psychic realm, and whereas you usually
    • experience yourself in this spiritual-psychic realm, you can
    • how much belongs necessarily to our gaining a really right
    • clairvoyance is related to what real spiritual clairvoyance
    • civilisation of man; this is really important. Today, I will
    • philosophy is really contained that to which thought could
    • task is however that man should go beyond this, and really
    • imagination will realise that in the depths of our spirit,
    • really to rise up from below. The expression which Ludwig
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    • human soul, and that really it has only been in the course of
    • so, we must really wonder that evil is possible, or that it
    • man is really to be virtuous, if moral power is to pulsate
    • Science — which is really only just beginning its work
    • Moon, and the meaning of Karma and so on. It really comes
    • really do not get to know him, for they are quite shut up in
    • really something divine, and something which we human beings
    • that they must first ascertain that what they assert really
    • today is not to say how far truth has been already realised
    • really only instinctive in the third. Instinctive valour and
    • the means to gain the right consciousness in this realm also.
    • brotherhood, and we shall best realise this by approaching
    • developed in humanity, whereas they are really eternal. But
    • gradually penetrate to the truth, the reality of this
    • forces which are embodied in man as real forces through the
    • most real impulse in it is that which has come into earthly
    • founded by showing facts that have really happened and do
    • there is something real in our earthly evolution, we see that
    • great individual, is realised in the second principle:
    • shall in this way best realise that Anthroposophy is to
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    • illustrious contemporary scholar, which is really far more
    • for his knowledge of the world and of man. But he is really
    • have Faust on their tongues, but really have an
    • similar nature was discussed. It cannot really be said that
    • must realize how much passed through his soul as he actually
    • Here we can really see that Herder's mind
    • and of the human realm, but all this knowledge was condensed
    • what his own nature really was. Goethe's way of being
    • together is really his personality, the character of Gottfried
    • death, but we are not really interested in his quarrels and
    • autobiography of Gottfried of Berlichingen, read it, and really
    • drama, but dramatized. He had really only
    • Goethe's mind that is historical but seen really within actual
    • indifferent public existence, and where they could really enter
    • disguises, and this Goethe also really lived artistically. We
    • really a philosopher of nature who is quite familiar with its
    • and it was really this work that led the Archduke of Weimar to take
    • It was, however, really the Weimar situation that
    • sensed in the presence of works of art that man really creates
    • Schiller; on the other, he stands face to face with the realm
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    • real purpose in this lecture, as you already know from what has
    • am taking, although I really wish to discuss something that is
    • of Goethe will see that the Faust was really a demand of
    • world — indeed, we never learn really to understand any man —
    • his karma. What really happened to Goethe when he became ill in
    • really makes it possible to form concepts, to think. Abstract
    • writings of Swedenborg, he really developed a systematic
    • bodies. It was always present in Goethe, and it really only
    • really alter much in it. So he did not call it a drama but
    • really passed through everything that, in another, not only
    • acquaintances, he realized that he was unintentionally actually
    • had wrenched his inner nature out of the corporeal connection,
    • reason that they really must astonish us. I scarcely know
    • is, of course, an ordinary bit of nonsense. What we really have
    • of these dramas now survive. Do we really know a man if he has
    • reveals to us in a real sense that nature and the work of the
    • little inclined the present world is really to arouse those
    • soul to realize that the world is really still decidedly dull
    • There is really a tremendous difference between Goethe's mood
    • fell asleep. In reality, such is never the case. We are never
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    • the full reality in this description. We can never encompass
    • the full reality in just one description, and thus we exhaust
    • reality already described. Here it must be stated that,
    • speaking generally, sleeping and waking are really a sort of
    • reality.
    • unified organization, and it is really sheer nonsense,
    • This nervous system of the brain is really connected with the
    • first formation, so that our brain system really has its most
    • statement is made that, just because the ego is really so truly
    • that must really be developed during sleep. Well, when you
    • really the baby among his human members, it will not then seem
    • of the organism really developed later than the head, has only
    • understanding for what really happens here is acquired only
    • the intellect and reason is not really so closely bound up with
    • profoundly significant connections in the animal realm cause us
    • this had depended upon a real understanding of number as
    • wisdoms are really far less important to serious observers of
    • would be possible for him to observe this only if he really
    • acquire. We trade more than we realize in words. All this has
    • man was trying to penetrate were really comprehensive systems
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    • real vocational life is by no means so insignificant for the
    • what really needs to be said.
    • things are really considered rightly far too infrequently for
    • But what is really important is that human horizons should be
    • transformed into reality and people fail to have spiritual
    • — people will realize that the
    • is ancient twaddle! The true advance that will really bring
    • another pole if real progress were to take place. If a
    • gradually become worse, were really utterly unfit for the
    • impulses. These will really be no worse than those good old
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    • of the fittest are the ones who in reality yield to the
    • repeat, people would see what is of real importance here if it
    • century. But it is Mephistopheles who really invents it. Faust
    • reality, Mephistopheles carries on these wars. In the end we
    • properly investigate what really works in man's nature in the
    • that really lie in the subconscious and rise up into
    • the bottom of the soul's life is really some sort of soulless
    • consciousness say: “I really want only one thing; I would like
    • while all that is really active in their souls is what burrows
    • also mentioned in this connection. Well, I really did not want
    • that father no doubt had his thoughts on the subject. He really
    • between birth and death. Here he or she is really an instrument
    • the character and demeanor of the corporeality. This is so,
    • on what had been developed previously. If one realizes this and
    • of these two forces, which are really in bitter conflict with
  • Title: Karma of Vocation: Lecture VI
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    • reality. It is easy to suppose that a concept that has been
    • objective than is really intended. In this way, various
    • Greek writers, but they really did not know until a rather late
    • greatness. So it seems really out of order for someone to write
    • have really when a biographer sits down and so forms his
    • Vischer? It really contributes nothing whatever to an
    • reality have yet been found for it and there is little
    • able to point out that our culture really has two origins: the
    • epoch will make people realize how life reveals riddles in a
    • when we consider people who are really somewhat gifted with
    • instructive: first, because he is really a great and gifted
    • without necessarily realizing his financial gains from the
    • really an excellent plan of reform that looked to liberalizing
    • interesting novella, really a contemporary work of art. Just
    • realistically how he is finally led to commit suicide.
    • that pertain to the real occult world. What is essential is
    • that we must have a real will to truth. Now, this will to truth
    • toward which we are really striving.
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    • enough to constitute the basis for a real judgment of life. We will
    • our souls with what is really meaningful for life. I have often
    • out from the spiritual scientific view what really lies at the
    • really possible to see in the human being during this period of
    • reality, it will be compelled to do so. This is the period,
    • were effective. But they are really unconsciously connected
    • because they only consider a fragment of reality, one that
    • they are connected through and through with reality; what
    • know that thoughts are realities — about the relationship one
    • each other and, unless we realize the significance of this for
    • but something that may be said from present reality —
    • take, for example, a man who really saw a good deal in an
    • external physical reality. On the other hand, the bourgeois
    • the realism of the modern scientific view will have been
    • that outward physical realities are the only goal to be striven
    • physical realities without any one realizing that they are
    • whatever way we please, but that we must really see how the
    • science because people today, as they say, must look at reality
    • — the kind of reality that they alone see — and not at such
    • in everything connected with the real laws of life, since it is
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    • real meaning only if we do not take them in a merely
    • the truth only when we feel and realize how everything, every
    • became really quite angry and wrote another volume in which he
    • he say, “They're not so bad.” No, he really disliked studying
    • somewhat more carefully since he was really a sort of child of
    • might then suffice to realize any decision it might please His
    • But now I would really wish to attain sufficient leisure and
    • man was then really summoned to this court. The only
    • really inherited, we simply have to look at the facts of
    • of time. I mentioned this a week ago. But what, then, really is
    • a certain boldness in bringing to realization what occurred to
    • really be studied conscientiously and earnestly and not in the
    • Here people are really astonishingly little inclined to submit
    • things have really gone in some fields. Indeed, the nineteenth
    • real scientist could not possibly accept the childish and
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    • beings who have their place between man and the real Godhead,
    • our time really are, since it is not important if a man
    • whether he actually can. What is really important is not
    • a conception of his god, but whether he really does have such a
    • conception is that those individuals really hold when they say,
    • by such men? Do they really have a conception of God when they
    • form of their god, what is really represented in such concepts?
    • really looking only to an angel. If you examine all the
    • highest God, but to what such a person really does find the
    • also conceive of angels as beings who really control the life
    • important statement because a man really lives in an untruth
    • conceptions, we do not all change the spiritual realities that
    • a human being really looks up to his angel but does not admit
    • while really not looking up even to an archangel, he deadens
    • consider this, we are standing more or less within the realm of
    • individual and his or her angel is a real one, but then so is
    • we enter into a most important realm. When a human being who
    • is lacking in our age for a real view of the world, capable of
    • of the world and really to penetrate the course of human
    • the evolution of the world really acquires meaning only through
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    • in time and space belongs to the realm of maya, the great
    • illusion; that is, it does not belong to the real and eternal,
    • worlds had a real existence before their souls. During the
    • as a real perception of the spiritual world, now echoed in the
    • is the reason for this adoration? What is the reality behind
    • ancestral god really attained a condition of union with what he
    • something real to him, and those individuals to whom the same
    • really concealed behind this spirit form, we must realize that
    • ancestor was, in reality, one of the time spirits; so worship
    • within the most ancient religions was really directed to the
    • realm of spirituality. But then came the time when the human
    • really were “gods” to the people, we shall know that at the
    • in reality that when you face someone, you shall feel that what
    • human being, you should perceive his or her real being as
    • really imparted to every individual human being through the fact
    • this. Humanity lives in maya, something that is not the real
    • corporeal. Human souls would have found their salvation, but
    • souls that they really ought to render. To prevent this
    • eighth sphere, whereas it really is the force itself, the
    • whereas what really constituted an opposition to Lucifer was
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    • true reality to be grasped again and through that the reality
    • not have sharp outlines. For reality is not rigid, it is
    • reality with our concepts and ideas, we have with these to
    • pursue the flow, the becoming of reality.
    • conclusions founded on reality in thought. We may say that
    • people and the relation of these to other folk: Do you really
    • presses on to the reality, and only through spiritual science
    • looking for the seeds of the real future of the world where
    • And this is literally true, as things in the real occult,
    • with the ancient mysteries. Just try really to study what
    • really wanted to seek Christ-Jesus, who really wanted to find
    • be done only when man finds the courage really to penetrate
    • reality we need above all the possibility of being able to in
    • really study this threefold man, and this study is of the
    • that can guide you to the path that must really be sought for
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    • certain sense this human head is really a kind of independent
    • lifted off like a ball. It is true that in reality the
    • limb-system; really three balls even if these balls have to
    • is practically no real separation between the sleeping and
    • belongs to the breast man. Thus the partition in reality is
    • they are still developing mere shadows of the real being of
    • really only related to our present incarnation; what we have
    • remains more or less subconscious, is in reality a dream
    • consciousness is really a kind of collateral impulse of his
    • what is part of the being of man. You see it is really
    • reality, I should have to do so in four dimensions, so I can
    • overlapping — reality is not always accommodating. But
    • towards his senses and what is turned away but really turned
    • weaving in things. And in reality never were the thoughts
    • real thoughts, that have given the world its present form,
    • thoughts has really been gradually developed only by those
    • today for the bourgeoisie transferred into the realm of
    • at the world from what is really a very narrow point of view,
    • has developed in this sphere, little interest has been really
    • to the realm of aesthetics, and what has newly arisen as
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    • obtrude themselves upon those who really think, even though
    • life must receive enlightenment when we can really get down
    • for example, with the Good. Modern men do not see any real
    • the matter really stands with regard to the physical
    • reality nothing is there; there is nothing, there is empty
    • say that seen in this way the condition of the real man
    • the corporeal. And when we look at the brain the soul-life
    • is the reality — when man is looked at spiritually from
    • (yellow) — in reality all this belongs to man — and
    • is approximately blue. And now pushing up here, the real
    • their development in time, can be really one and the same
    • at all, but what as blood and other juices fills out the real
    • which we believe to have reality. Thus, as far as the
    • death — that is its reality.
    • when we begin to think about the reality we come to the
    • be really spiritual, of knowing that it is only apparent that
    • earth. That is what it seems; in reality the metamorphosis of
    • ascending from man as he appears, to man as he really is,
    • concepts of what is real in the world. Truly they are not
    • concepts of world reality. These concrete concepts were
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    • really went on in political life — or in public life
    • is, that it should train its disciples to realities, —
    • — This crisis, therefore, was really brought about by
    • also, which, looked at in one way, really seem intended to
    • The real fact
    • bank-system first really became the dominant factor
    • hair-dresser, who still cut hair really with enthusiasm, and
    • really handsome cut of hair!’ And he said it in such a
    • tone, as really to give one the impression of inward truth
    • the actual Real Abstraction, just as general
    • from the real reality of life, has made the kind of
    • is directed to grasping realities in their true shape. Materialistic
    • has become altogether divorced from realities; it has run into
    • theorisations. Spiritual Science is obliged to go into realities;
    • conceptions. For this very reason, though, it arrives at a real
    • of the market, af trade, of exchanges, and so forth. And what is really
    • they really think about these things only so far as to take into account
    • but the real causes have not been studied by these people,
    • and this was really the idea which lay at the bottom of an
    • themselves to look at the realities of life. To look at
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    • till now. In discussing a subject of this kind, I must really
    • throughout the world to-day, it can really not be a question
    • it is really today, even in these times of need, to approach
    • of people who really understand this Threefold idea,
    • Social Question is, that it must be compared with a real
    • — that is to say if one really thinks about actual
    • method of really examining what, of course, had to be said on
    • shibboleths and party-programmes; and the real practical
    • with real practice, is compared with some bee or other, that
    • direct our efforts to making people see, that it is really
    • very first thing we have to consider, if we are really in
    • We have already issued 49 numbers; and really there is to be
    • really a great deal here, which was thrown to the winds,
    • seriously which are really in question.
    • sees, what the social question really is, if one looks about
    • their own brains, and think what ought really to be done.
    • the moment they are actually realised, will mean the
    • working classes to a really understanding conception of life.
    • that, we were really in a fair way to appeal to the working
    • think everything un-understandable which comes from the real
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    • times. But it is precisely because it realizes how to value the
    • furtherance of a real knowledge of what lives in man as
    • sensations. This is the realization, — which brings with
    • to enable us to have the right relationship to reality.
    • really impossible to find out anything in this way. For we get
    • causes and real nature of the case are sought in vain. —
    • sought to establish what lives in the human soul, what really
    • but this is really simply because they do not wish to make any
    • world you wish to remain within reality, you find yourself
    • penetrate into the real spiritual world.
    • soul life if we want to hold on to these pictures, or be really
    • realize that there is not really any objective world in these
    • look at it as something coming to us as a reality from
    • souls. This is a real experience. We see that when we have
    • really earnest work on the soul. — Having reached this
    • philosophy. It is really all the same to a scientist of spirit
    • the facts they discover — cannot get behind the real
    • significant material. However, despite this, science has really
    • evolution to the human being and really penetrate the
    • real mysteries of his nature, we must apply the idea of
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    • that this conclusion was really not at all stupid. Nor, judging
    • really founded on what was actually happening?
    • reality of which can hardly be doubted, was made on the basis
    • normally call history and to see how far it really enables us
    • available for reaching a reality which has soul-spirit factors,
    • for penetrating into the real nature of history. But if we then
    • instance, really see the inner reasons why the German people
    • really hits the nail on the head. In this lecture Wilson says
    • history really only begins when those who lived in the east
    • reality, it really loves the abstract and theoretical. When
    • actual reality, and however odd this may sound it is proved by
    • the real point. Wilson says many excellent things. But compare
    • plans that can be realized anywhere without much feeling
    • is really only more or less a mediator for what is at work.
    • writing of history itself should enlighten us as to the real
    • into the real inner soul being of man.
    • really carries out in exemplary fashion the kind of method
    • What really happened here? Hermann Grimm observed quite
    • which will be developed thus enabling the human being really to
    • observation when we are confronted by real life and wish
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    • the real essence of man, or at least, if it is thought that
    • that something further is needed to show that the real being of
    • man really is and come to a point where this is possible. This
    • the real nature of life wherever his soul was engaged and he
    • raises questions that lead man away from his real being. In his
    • expect to find something that will lead him to the real being
    • where the real being of man is. In fact, at last we become
    • yet, the real method, the real way of penetrating to
    • those worlds where the real being of man can be known, or, as
    • the soul is really able to experience something within the
    • exercises of the thinking, and a real inner experience of it,
    • particular path. It leads him to realize that memory, as it
    • real dreams, but dreams that have great power over our inner
    • remember. Our thoughts appear as real entities; they appear to
    • these exercises. It really becomes quite a different power in
    • soul life our thoughts really do have something that can be
    • really more bound to the physical organism of the body than the
    • death, when death really divides the spirit-soul nature from
    • the physical-bodily nature. We really achieve what I would call
    • paradoxical and unreal. Despite this, it is a real process,
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    • nature. It has to accept that it has limits as far as the real
    • cannot penetrate the real soul and spirit of man.
    • it leaves the realms accessible to the senses. Hence the
    • really only a transformed sense impression, which has
    • ways which can lead to illusions and errors, it reaches a real
    • knowledge of realms to which our ordinary powers cannot
    • beings, lies the whole realm of our feelings. For
    • the fundamental principle, which makes clear the real
    • First, we must observe how we really stand toward thought in
    • observer of his own thought should really say: The expression,
    • really be so, that an idea of this kind is not taken from one's
    • carried out in the way I have described. If a man really
    • development: Now I am really the one who thinks within me; now
    • soul now really experiences itself for the first time, and at a
    • realize that this is like painting a flash of lightning of
    • is really present in consciousness? Ordinarily this is
    • thought and the last impression, it must be said by real
    • can be said: Man is really entirely awake only insofar as his
    • realm of will and awakens again when we observe the executed
    • indicate this briefly) the more one realizes that between these
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    • person with real inner sensitivity would find it any longer
    • Although no really sensitive person would find it
    • science of spirit really is. It is only a caricature of the
    • mysteries of the human being that really satisfies us deep
    • down? If we are really positive thinkers we cannot permit
    • 19th century, a viewpoint which enables one to realize that the
    • think that Naegeli, the great botanist, was really a one-sided
    • be for sound human progress, they can never penetrate the real
    • consciousness which is encompassed by the real world.
    • with a perceptive consciousness, with a real awakening out of
    • perceptive consciousness, where he becomes a part of a real,
    • self-training we ask: What is this ego really like? Where is it
    • self-observation properly we realize that our mental images
    • actually happens when we wake up, if our ego really remains
    • awakens the dream pictures to the substance of real-ness that
    • real connection with the outer world, which we experience
    • with real self-observation in our ordinary consciousness. But
    • we cannot remain in this consciousness if we really wish to
    • leads, as we shall see, to real perception into the
    • really quite wonderful to see how Goethe treats the physical
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    • recited and the real artistic content of it is translated
    • But the real artistic value of poetry is not determined by
    • that Gymnastics are carried out according to corporeal laws,
    • children have made this Eurhythmy Art their own. They really
    • something that is really needed; and that is initiative of
    • at its most elementary stage; but while we realise that we
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    • This lecture is really not a part of the English published series,
    • This lecture is really not a part of the English published series,
    • Otherwise we always come to an unreal, a mere abstract grasp
    • view, which does not extend to man in his real being,
    • earth, they can judge of everything real; and they will then
    • be able to build up a real evolution of man, such as is
    • wisdom, men are really becoming all the more dependent upon
    • specialisation of humanity a really dominant principle. We
    • externally uncomfortable for him to face the true reality. He
    • realise in their inner being that there exists no other means
    • is the real home of Ethos, of ethics.
    • myself that I am not virtuous”. Schiller as a real
    • Goethe, according to his spirit, which was really that of a
    • in question is that we should clearly realise that e.g. in
    • permeation of humanity by a real Spiritual element can alone
    • themselves to-day to one who is really prepared to be
    • Russia! Ludendorf is the real importer of Bolehevism into
    • since that time is really non-existent for them.
    • what figures here as Spiritual Science, is really placed
    • demanded e.g. by a real devotion to these truths which
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    • The Real Being of Man
    • Concerning the Real Being of Man.
    • Concerning the Real Being of Man.
    • The Real Being of Man
    • view, and from that, form certain ideas concerning the real
    • picture, it is a reality of the deepest significance when one
    • and death. That is the real Ahrimanic possibility in the life
    • threatens man today, What is really necessary is, that man
    • the real beings do not appear in this external sense
    • to the real beings behind, with whom we as human beings are
    • is really only a few centuries ago — that in the 11th,
    • in this Cosmic age. Just consider that we must really speak
    • cleft between these, and you will realise what is necessary
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    • that a real, genuine, spiritual deepening is necessary for
    • only those have a real understanding of modern requirements
    • how really to take seriously what today is meant by striving
    • have a feeling for the real, living activity in the spiritual
    • and through the spiritual. When, however, this real activity
    • from the point of view of reality.
    • taken from real conditions. In it there is a thorough
    • speaks from one's writing desk to present-day men, in a real
    • experience of reality. Now assume that someone is prompted by
    • the temerity to speak about the spirit out of real knowledge
    • we can come to a really new social form only by recognising
    • from the religious faiths, It was really more important than
    • real soul it is not permitted to talk because the religious
    • important to realise that the very powers responsible for
    • if he does not realise that three other kingdoms, spiritual
    • for the developed human perception are just as real
    • spiritually as the three kingdoms below are real physically
    • speaking of these things we are speaking of realities. The
    • cannot have this perception, for it no longer has any reality
    • about. I might ask whether this tendency ia really trying
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    • really genuine spiritual deepening is necessary for mankind
    • really know what a serious striving after the Spirit is? Such
    • Spirit, but for the real living power inherent in the Spirit;
    • it really is. Here is a man — and it after all a good
    • theoretically. This man really hast no perception of the true
    • acccrdance with reality. Suppose, now,I go into a hall where
    • realm of the Spirit comes that which is spoken? Men of the
    • we are living, to a greater extent than we realise, within a
    • all things it is necessary to-day to realise what has brought
    • about present materialism, for if we do not realise how we
    • Well, now, wherein consists the real corruption of the
    • experience of spiritual reality. For example, suppose
    • him root and branch without once really examining what he
    • Dogmatism — but as a rule nobody sees the real
    • really seriously; and to-day these things simply must be
    • which has really arisen out of modern culture must, however,
    • towards the physical if it is not realised that up towards
    • perception, are just as much spiritual realities as the three
    • lower kingdoms are real for the physical senses. As long as
    • external reality itself (unhindered as he must be by any
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    • sense). You will realise without difficulty that in the
    • world. Now, for every really thinking man, the question must
    • world picture of what is beyond the Earth, is really only
    • of observations. And you will realise since there is no
    • really human factor in this picture; it simply says something
    • reality which we postulate. Everything that physics an
    • real content. As a matter of fact we are just at that point
    • at rest, you are in process of taking a real world journey! I
    • when Space is spoken of. Anyone who has real inner
    • experiences as a concrete reality, knows that these inner
    • as it were, at the margin of our corporeality. To-day I will
    • involved in them, involved in a real sense, for we have
    • real perception, a duality is contained within what seemingly
    • birth, then for the first time the world takes on a real
    • when we really see it and do not merely imagine it in an
    • and Archai. The world is full of real substance. It is no
    • considerably. 'hen we really have got to the point where we
    • were; we realise that in turning, we also ascend in
    • the reality of this world journey. Yet there is a means
    • have described is a reality, even if men to-day know nothing
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    • is, nevertheless, reality. Let us realise once for
    • into the realm of the Ahrimanic Powers and passes with them
    • the impulse of the Mystery of Golgotha and when he realises
    • can they lead to the heart of reality. It is merely a
    • These abstract thoughts are quite remote from reality; they
    • having no more reality than a picture? The reason is that
    • only in this way is it possible for man to attain his real
    • reality, in the whole wide world, when we leave the human
    • altogether from man. In reality, of course, this is quite
    • consciousness in the real sense can never arise from
    • realised what has been put forward hypothetically in
    • their habitat in the realm that is bounded by the human skin,
    • only become concrete and real when we receive the impulse of
    • the development of something absolutely real, an impulse that
    • who have really thought through and perceived the task of the
    • human race will realise how much depends upon the
    • precisely because it is materialistic has no real
    • understanding of matter. What does science really know about
    • of unpunctuality). In reality, it is not so at all. Obviously
    • real knowledge of man's being which scares the great majority
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    • The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
    • Its Realisation Through Art
    • realistic world-conception art must exhibit all manner of
    • unreality and into it must play many of the illusions of
    • into life what for a certain understanding is unreal, that,
    • It may really
    • that we can fully realise what is experienced in art only by
    • inverted yet in reality the same. What I am wanting to
    • the soul is really infinitely more profound than is generally
    • after the vision, which in reality exists in the soul of each
    • the content of the vision, but we offer it a real work of art
    • mysteries really are in the nature that surrounds us.
    • figure that this figure in its outer realisation in life, is
    • secret is underlying the wide realms of nature everywhere.
    • perceiving this when inwardly we are able really to transform
    • at Dornach, near Basle, an attempt has been made to realise
    • realisation in the human head — then this makes it
    • these the longing of our time really to discover and give
    • possible, however, to experience that something in the realm
    • portray fire and air? It is quite clear that in reality fire
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    • come across artists realise the fear, very prevalent among;
    • to understand the real nature of the connection between
    • artistic imagination and seership it is necessary to realise
    • the tendency which makes a man think realistically or
    • the reality takes place in all artistic activity. In artistic
    • perception is quite different. The essential point to realise
    • goes by the name of mysticism. It must be realised that
    • full of reality than ordinary thinking, is born from feeling
    • into the super-sensible reality behind the world of the
    • seer realises: In everything that expresses itself in
    • the soul of the seer penetrates into spiritual reality which
    • experiences that come from music in the realm of
    • the sea than realization of the way in which the human soul,
    • unreal in poetry, that is mere phraseology, and not the
    • poetry, although the imagination has no real link with the
    • to realise that the process used by the painter starts from
    • realise that a seer who is to be taken seriously does not
    • secret of flesh-colour, as the seer realises when he comes to
    • Realisation of the innermost being of another man has as its
    • In reality,
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    • truth is always simple and that what is not simple is not the real ‘truth.’
    • itself is not the essential. The substance is Maya in the real sense.
    • The forces are the reality. The forces contained in the body
    • to find out something about the real nature of wheat by investigating
    • is an entirely secondary consideration so far as the real nature of
    • To those who have real
    • the world outside is a deviation from the real task of wisdom. It is
    • remain simpletons all their life, only a very few have really learnt
    • in us in this realm of our being will begin to manifest in their essential
    • book of travel, and really do not take in very much! So you see, they
    • from the realm of Imagination, my dear friends, can be multiplied over
    • friends, we must surely realise how essential it is that a definite
    • the realisation that this knowledge must be an act of divine worship
    • was really a holy thing, conceived as an offering to the Gods. Moreover
    • Spiritual Beings. The decay of a grain of wheat is a very real process.
    • Gods is also a real process. It would lead too far afield to-day if
    • I were to tell you what is really signified by the decay of the numberless
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    • human soul, and that really it has only been in the course of
    • so, we must really wonder that evil is possible, or that it
    • man is really to be virtuous, if moral power is to pulsate
    • Science — which is really only just beginning its work
    • Moon, and the meaning of Karma and so on. It really comes
    • really do not get to know him, for they are quite shut up in
    • really something divine, and something which we human beings
    • that they must first ascertain that what they assert really
    • today is not to say how far truth has been already realised
    • really only instinctive in the third. Instinctive valour and
    • the means to gain the right consciousness in this realm also.
    • brotherhood, and we shall best realise this by approaching
    • developed in humanity, whereas they are really eternal. But
    • gradually penetrate to the truth, the reality of this
    • forces which are embodied in man as real forces through the
    • most real impulse in it is that which has come into earthly
    • founded by showing facts that have really happened and do
    • there is something real in our earthly evolution, we see that
    • great individual, is realised in the second principle:
    • shall in this way best realise that Anthroposophy is to
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    • present absolutely to the realm of the sleeping state, it is
    • what he received in these dream pictures was real. Thus he felt
    • they really done so, they would perhaps have been able to
    • us realize for instance how in the Old Testament — there
    • made in our time we acquire but little real insight into the
    • to realize how powerful the effect of this could be; try to
    • realize it in considering present-day conditions. Less is
    • as an instrument. It can never be acquired in reality in the
    • can be called a real perception of the immortal nature of the
    • experience by what he finds in his holy books. Real
    • must realize what it means that Nietzsche partook of certain
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    • To that end we must today clearly realize
    • simply realize clearly that the Hebrew literature which speaks
    • It was really because an Avatar-being was
    • about the real development of Christianity. In other respects
    • general you can consider it a sign that people really have no
    • that the wish for discussion may really be taken as a sign of
    • attention upon realities, not dogmas, we can learn how much
    • of the Middle Ages. Those people do not live in reality, but in
    • something entirely different. Realities are what matter!
    • That is the reality. By this means humanity has learned to
    • in its reality.
    • Knowledge, and we realize at the same time the reality of this
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    • whether the insight, the inner realization, will stop within
    • same perspective of reality to these dreams that we experience
    • lower reality value, or perhaps in a certain sense they do not
    • quite have the reality value compared to what we experience
    • the dream's reality. We could never come within the dream to
    • itself presents as full reality. So long as we dream we see
    • everything as real, what the dream presents to us in its
    • true reality. For that which occurs when we grasp things, when
    • dream into everyday reality, we can also awaken out of everyday
    • reality into a higher consciousness? Just as a higher
    • consciousness is given with which we can judge the reality of
    • evening — can we not also judge the reality value of the
    • immodesty if one really wants to ascend to true knowledge of
    • to say, he wants just enough to stop in ordinary reality, and
    • be achieved the more that we really develop the thought life
    • experiencing the power of thought as a real force, just as you
    • thinking and action as a reality within you — now you see
    • the pulse of organic forces. You experience the reality of
    • thought. And you can experience this reality of thought in so
    • far as you really feel something that has not yet been felt. It
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    • must realize that they have reached certain aspects of Truth,
    • realm of physical data are fully acknowledged by spiritual
    • is an unrealistic view; people who hold it do not see what is
    • unprepared and do not know what to do. It is not realized
    • supersensible realm so that they become effective in the
    • experiences a new world but one which in reality was always
    • of our whole civilization. You must realize that spiritual
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    • is that blood is a very special fluid and it is the real
    • enter into the mysterious laws of the spiritual realm that
    • references made to higher beings are to beings that really do
    • investigator points to a real definite entity. The natural
    • problems with insight and realize that anything and
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    • back over your life you will realize how often suffering and
    • belongs to the realm of art. The caricaturist distorts what
    • the spirit from the corporeal. When the spiritual researcher
    • not something merely thought out; it is a reality and can be
    • realize the reason for its existence — especially when
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    • nature as “lower,” for it is in reality the most
    • all realms are interlinked. If there were no plants, the air
    • may seem very strange, yet it is a fact more real than, say,
    • have become reality without Lucifer, but not freedom. In
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VI: Education in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • it is possible to provide practical guidelines in this realm
    • to spiritual realms. The child is enveloped by an etheric and
    • are they of real value. Not only the external aspect of the
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    • by saying: All living creatures, in all realms of nature,
    • realize that we are dealing with facts, not putting forward a
    • death.” You will realize that not only this, but also
    • pondering it.” And they will realize that he could not
    • spiritual-scientific viewpoint, you will realize that the
    • four members are in reality four entities that are completely
    • ideals. When we compare a person with a savage, we realize
    • closely, you will realize, even without spiritual sight, that
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    • widened considerably to correspond to reality. It must
    • how the human being ought to develop, but with the reality of
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VIII: Insanity in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • descriptions are thought of as the reality. Megalomania,
    • ideas in this realm. Many illnesses that in fact belong in
    • but no one assumes that the real face must therefore also be
    • In the realm of
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    • united with, not apart from, reality. At any moment it can
    • knows how to apply knowledge so that it becomes reality is
    • entities. This is the realm of Imagination; of ideas that are
    • as shadow is to reality; however, it can be transformed and
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture X: Stages in Man's Development in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • is all too easily misunderstood. The real meaning points to
    • must realize that everything a person has experienced as
    • realized that in the first seven years of life only what is
    • nutrition it must be realized that there exists a spiritual
    • real forces. The more we are able to bring out a person's
    • developed; an individual is ripe to face the reality of the
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XI: Who are the Rosicrucians?
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    • not his real name, but the one by which he is
    • really the author. In this case it was also disputed whether
    • which he looks into quite different worlds, he realizes the
    • goal. A start can always be made provided it is realized that
    • to enter spiritual realms. A person who is inclined to see
    • things in a fanciful or unreal light is of no use to the
    • made between what is merely depicted and reality, then one is
    • even seen, is spoken of as if it were a material reality.
    • external reality. In spiritual science, and also in
    • recognize that it depicts reality, then you know what is
    • these words of the Earth-Spirit depict spiritual reality,
    • place in reality because what I shall summarize could only be
    • spiritual realm. That is the path of the Rosicrucian pupil at
    • the path into the realm of creativity. If study brings
    • but to the spiritual realm, and also to the world of nature
    • suffice. It is in concrete reality that one must plunge into
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    • unjustified. The reality is that in the human soul, precisely
    • This happens irrespective of whether the spiritual realm a
    • fullness of truth and reality.
    • from being a gray theory remote from the real issues, it can
    • concrete reality. In that ancient time a natural selflessness
    • deep conviction of the reality of spiritual life. Richard
    • physical nature. He regards as real only what one person may
    • reality. The legend, which is part of an epic, teils us about
    • the existence of a spiritual reality behind the physical that
    • He experienced the tribal soul as a reality.
    • the particular people. What a people feels to be its real
    • realms. Union with the Walkyrie represents union with the
    • Europe at the time when the legend was living reality. Only
    • In reality a
    • nature. When the spirit was regarded as a reality it was
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    • the Word of God. We must realize that for centuries the
    • have access to the Bible. But are we really to believe that
    • the sea of material reality, so is it true that our soul, our
    • up into spiritual realms where what is described by spiritual
    • a reality as physical evolution is to physical sight.
    • just as real. The difference he sees is just as great between
    • possibility to develop spiritually is a reality.
    • become reality, though as yet it is only slightly indicated.
    • evolution. One person's interest lies in the realm of modern
    • science, another's in the realm of human cultural development
    • this as reality, as Truth.
    • were people who recognize that a spiritual reality exists
    • that is as real as the one perceived through physical senses.
    • always the same. We must realize that the writers of the
    • any real connection between a person and his name. The
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    • authoritative in respect to the realities of what went on within the
    • with the reality. Much must be said in this moment which is not in
    • exists in the world as a reality and which can be cultivated as such
    • a reality. Realities in our sense are only the things which primarily
    • once be made to realize something that comes from the super-sensible
    • come into being – then really through recognition of the
    • someone to belong to such a community if he is not really in
    • spiritual world as the basic reality. All other principles
    • realized. The manner in which it was conceived in a certain case made
    • Goetheanum – realized by Alinari, Florence.) With diligence and
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    • reality within his own soul. The Western man speaks of the world of ideas
    • Nature in utter reality through his senses. What was the Maja of the senses
    • to the Eastern man is self-sufficing reality to the Western man. What is
    • reality to the Eastern man. If the Eastern man finds today in his reality
    • Western man discovers life in his reality of Nature, so that he shall see
    • the percept which reproduces objects. It was real being which bore into the
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    • and we look back without really thinking about it into
    • we refer quite seriously to realities, it can indeed be said,
    • this was not clearly realised; only those men who were
    • great majority of men did hot realise this, yet they
    • socially in this or in that way, was really inspiration. It
    • This existence was a real LIFE in union with the world of the
    • thoughts really have for the human will, for he is far too
    • and determines his will. It is really impossible to influence
    • is not the real ruler in man, but is only the Prime Minister of
    • really have to admit that this is the way of thinking of the
    • is gradually drawing near, and which will become a reality in a
    • ghosts. He does not realise that this belief of the masses in
    • in their inner ramifications, that is to say, in the real
    • my arm, I will move my hand,” he does not really know
    • longer see these inner spectres. Pacing man's real inner
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    • images are real and should be taken as realities. It is
    • which points to the real essence of the world.
    • explained to you that in reality this only applies to our blood
    • plant-consciousness; we can really say that in our part of the
    • it is really an uplifting thought to know: “As you walk
    • really see the world in its true light if we perceive the
    • year is an image for the Aeons. And Aeons are the reality of
    • really understand the year's course, our hearts will be deeply
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    • that goes on in the physical eye is only something mediating. In reality,
    • red. You can realize this especially well, if you, let us say, imagine
    • really swim continuously in a liquid; in something watery. Therefore
    • the impression from outside, which had at first really been in the ego
    • retains really only the power to give form. If the human head did not
    • This force wants to make man, as it were, into a statue. It is really
    • for human life, basically it really means the whole of human life.
    • this again. In reality it is a warm current which continuously is dissolving.
    • body; but one does not forget really after one day, not after the second
    • or the third. If the matter really is forgotten, then the inner dissolving
    • to something else. It leads us to the realization that the head of man
    • from the head completes itself really only at this time. The head is
    • in reality only seven years old at 28. So, this is something, which
    • Then at 35 only, the head has really caught up.
    • old, we would be only seven years in reality, if we were a head being
    • really wants. Therefore, if one wants to understand man one
    • the rhythm of the respiration vibrates really in these two rhythms which
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    • the real mineral particles we take up as outer material substances.
    • These underlie the least transformations in us; they really undergo
    • today's physiology does not really describe at all, but which do exist.
    • which really radiate and are formed. It is in such a way that the organs
    • the kidneys and is worked through this really is a nitrogen changed
    • the earthly realm through the kidney system. But all this would not
    • not be engaged. In reality, the reverse is the case: if the astral body
    • is stimulated too strongly, so that really everything that is working
    • You see, the speech genius is really wiser in this respect than science.
    • It enters fully into the spiritual realm. Only one must be able to stand.
    • it. Most people cannot take the real spiritual element. Therefore they
    • where our present age, the real epoch of development of the consciousness
    • entire nature of man. The anatomy and physiology of man really changes
    • precursors of the modern human corporeal organization, which has proceeded
    • science is guilty of such an attitude, because it does not at all realize
    • science. But this never attains to a real understanding of man.
    • are many people like — that today. They sit on their chairs, really
    • of the spleen, which could be something lofty in man, really has a crushing
    • or the proper sulphur. We really get what is necessary, so we are a
    • something which can really approach therapeutically the nature of man.
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    • of the old wise men and takes them seriously, one indeed comes to realize
    • literally: it was the Light Age, it was the age in which one really
    • of man, of a black or light bile, of blood and of phlegm. This was really
    • at least, of the earlier healing through the ether body. One really
    • illness, where one looked at digestion in a way that.was not really
    • and that he really is “sick”. He must first, through his
    • there exists no real borderline between what one calls today “eating
    • But the borderline is really not to be drawn at all.
    • to really “perceive.” Yet, my dear friends, this
    • modern science — you can do it only with a real match.
    • A real penetration of the whole would result in the following: Assume
    • with which they make all sorts of things. This fixed object is really
    • nothing. One should really have a kind in which the triangle can be
    • classical declaration, that one really should kill all people at the
    • of his Faust. It was really provoking for Goethe, of course! So one
    • It is really so. Where the
    • the plant out of the earth really comes from the previous year. So it
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture I: The Past Shows Us a Picture of Necessity
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    • questions to be outside the realm of human knowledge, to be
    • This brings us to the realization that our concepts cannot
    • even in the realm of visible, limited infinity you can
    • This quotation says roughly that human beings are really poor
    • it is really a dreadful superstition to speak of one. We speak
    • was made in the fifteenth century. This clock is really a
    • orbits. It really was a wonderful construction and even
    • give way to egotism. It was a gift of grace, and he really did
    • of a great deal that happens to us in the supersensible realm
    • and not in the realm of the senses. Now we have arrived from
    • happening to us in the supersensible realm. Just as in the case
    • parallel with it and takes place in the supersensible realm.
    • spiritual realm we often have the opposite of what exists on
    • event could be true. It might really be the case that here on
    • spiritual occurrence, a real spiritual occurrence, and
    • world, in the actual reality of this spiritual world, with the
    • be proved. It is important that people come to realize
    • realize that all the pain and suffering being experienced at
    • Will reach out to the spirits' realm.
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    • progress when we are really just going round in circles. We do
    • not notice we are going round in circles until we realize we
    • tempting — that you really may get somewhere if you think
    • certainty if we want it, by really opening our souls to its
    • Mephistopheles himself realized even before the contract
    • to start with, are only words for real spiritual facts. And the
    • real spiritual facts are the deeds of Lucifer and Ahriman. In a
    • Lucifer and Ahriman really to be active in us. But while we are
    • grasp differently what is being said, you would not really be
    • always necessary. This resolution, however, is really
    • want to get up. From this you can easily see that it really is
    • science unless we realize that we have to consider things both
    • Thus if we really look into ourselves, we will see that
    • examining natural phenomena he realizes that all the
    • realm of nature with its necessity?
    • the world in this way will we be able to understand the real
    • the spiritual realm matters are very different. So you must
    • conclude that we are really regarding the world in a very
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    • and to get close to reality is to give examples. My example
    • really,” said the headmaster, “we would be
    • said, one never really knew what would happen the following
    • Everything is in the realm of uncertainty. How can you
    • What is important is that we realize that we ourselves are
    • living beings and a part of a living world. If we realize this,
    • realized that the first two teachers were considering their
    • realize clearly that when we look back at events that have
    • at the same time we have to ask, “Can we really, as so
    • realize that the cause of what takes place later obviously lies
    • When we penetrate external reality with our senses, we can say,
    • events on the physical plane we really judge in the sense of
    • crux of the matter is that what we are in life really consists
    • realm of freedom. He did it all voluntarily. But look closely
    • right way. But it must have learnt those things in a really
    • living way. Even within this one incarnation, we can really
    • realize that as long as we look back, this review can
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    • this kind require that we realize how complicated many of the
    • they really ought to happen are not our speculations about
    • mulling them over. On the contrary, we must realize that what
    • is past, including our own actions, belongs to the realm of
    • at the world, we can really only speak of necessity.
    • different. If we really flew off somewhere like the ball that
    • but more or less unconscious of them. In real life it is very
    • really had consciousness, it would only fly in a certain
    • soon as it is over it is in the realm of absolute necessity. If
    • really striking example. Suppose someone has nothing to
    • forms of bad deeds. The bad deed as such is never really
    • only possible reason can be found only when we realize that
    • would really like to have done the deed differently, you are
    • fact but distorted it. Yet a person must see the real facts
    • allotted him, only then will they really be effective.
    • has been said, we must realize that we then have to make the
    • written Faust. These are unreal thoughts of course, but
    • sometimes one has to consider them in order to realize the
    • physical world through him. Evolution really does proceed in
    • in the consecutive events and realize that Parsifal and so on,
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    • mistaken if they imagine there is any reality in the I
    • they speak of. If we speak of something that really exists, we
    • I. And throughout our waking day we are not really in
    • reflected. Thus on falling asleep our I would really
    • will as the only reality, because he had an inkling that in the
    • physical body but who really knew that something lived in the
    • described was not invention, for to them gold really appeared
    • was really founded on observation. When they said, “Gold
    • realm, the astral body as we would say today. They still felt
    • outer reality will say to the others who still see colors in
    • their full freshness, “Oh, you dreamers! Do you really
    • — there is still the belief that colors really do exist
    • physiologists that we imagine colors, but we do not really
    • realize fully that in their considerations of the physical body
    • they will realize that they can rediscover along a different
    • power really to enter into what they observe. Physicists carry
    • because the following statement was really made out of a kind
    • I. It does not want to grasp reality, however, but only
    • we ought really to speak of will. To us scientists that is an
    • psychological realm to sensations. We then followed these
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    • the cause? You realise that it lies not in the dead but in
    • and real when using nouns. When obliged to turn nouns into
    • expressed in speech. What then is the right really, taken
    • skillfully for real life as what is done with the right, and
    • more into the reality of things in contrast to the
    • non-realities, that then we arrive at a path that can lead to
    • up the dreadful specter (for the dead really feel it a
    • mutually clarified. And a real understanding of the spirit
    • reality that the senses bring him. But he simply comes
    • sense-conception that have reality should be illumined by the
    • today that they really have such a picture in mind? They say
    • gradually they realise that they are extending something of
    • without ground, real actual ground, under their feet, with
    • tyrannical. What real difference is there between a Czar and
    • he has the good will to penetrate into material reality in
    • be fettered, that is to come to terms with reality. How does
    • one come to term with reality? For this it is essential in
    • events. When men once more realise that no one can lie
    • particularly essential, will be realised. Humanity has lost
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    • — is that really the ultimate practical solution of
    • of which there can be no real grasp of the social problem.
    • say that real goodwill exists extensively in regard to this
    • might water. But what must appear in a really deep social
    • of people on earth, really out of knowledge of human nature,
    • tell themselves, that what really has to do with spiritual
    • to accustom oneself to the horrid unreality that a word in
    • really lies like an outer layer on the surface of speech. A
    • That man is a real poet who is alive to the imaginative in
    • thing in language that is really spiritual. Actually the one
    • actually all that is really experienced. For present day
    • nowadays, so that language is used really just to gossip with
    • stranger, a real stranger: we employ speech in the economic
    • language is a complete foreigner. The real inner spiritual
    • man develops a real inwardness in regard to sound-gestures; a
    • to transform what one has to say into real gestures, into
    • real pictures, not to try to speak to the dead in words, but
    • coffee, or what not, yet this is really experiencing with the
    • distant; but really they are not so far as people think from
    • member of the divine world order. We shall then realized that
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    • world, which can appear to men as a reality and not merely as something
    • actual experience. This aversion to spiritual reality is a characteristic
    • the spiritual scientist is indeed able really to appreciate the direction
    • is estimable in this thought. But the rejection of the really spiritual
    • rid of, do you think that he would really be disposed to recognise the
    • really wish to get to the root of this, in the end you will be unable to
    • for example. I quite realise (and I have spoken of this in my book Vom
    • to form their concepts really plastically. They have what the famous
    • higher place than most of what is written in the realm of philosophy
    • is grasped in this way man is really definitely distinguished from the
    • me really on a better level, not on a present-day level but on a rather
    • as well. He said: “Really gentleman you can not understand me
    • in the least for none of you knows in reality how to think in terms
    • to think really in abstract concepts, a faculty which the animal certainly
    • if we do not acquire the faculty for going into the real facts through
    • towards the belief that animals really see their environment in the same
    • are able simply to forbear from turning to the real life of the spirit
    • in a certain free, unprejudiced direction conducive to reality.
    • with reality so that it can actually enter into the impulses lying in
    • he is in reality distinct from the animal because his senses are flooded
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    • here and there into the spiritual life of mankind. You must really be
    • nature. Whoever can think in accordance with reality will be unable
    • it must be a matter of these things playing a real part in the world,
    • that where men would deceive themselves these things should play a really
    • and aridity. By this he really comes to that participation in the divine,
    • brought into a real connection with the divine Being? What does the
    • appealed to as St. John of the Cross who really teaches Pantheism (if
    • of degree; for when a real difference is striven for, this is heretical.
    • no longer the light. It is really very beautiful how John of the Cross
    • Science is the real continuation of the noble strivings to enter the
    • really to uphold his assertions.
    • of how he has developed from what is animal, the soul in reality begins
    • from reality. Therefore let us give him a grizzly picture of setting
    • real duty in face of all those cosmic spirits who have to do with the
    • evolution of mankind, is to make man realise what, simply throw present
    • can be brought from the spiritual world through a real Science of the
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    • his real bearings by starting on the path to the spirit. He must decide
    • and we exert ourselves really to study these things just in their relation
    • of the earth. So that up to Atlantean times man was really only what
    • perceives or is outwardly active in his willing is really surrounded
    • fellow men. He is not surrounded by the real beings into whom he must,
    • then supposed to speak to the world as philosophers, is really perfectly
    • inadequate nonsense. For a true insight into what is really revealed
    • in man's surroundings, a real insight, can only be gained when the matter
    • fear of the truth which always unconsciously holds men back from really
    • my dear friends, in Imaginations translated into words. In reality these
    • in reality is hidden within them is concerned, always children, thorough
    • reality, you see that when looking at, observing the outer world as
    • perceive the reality in minerals nor plants, if he perceives no reality
    • corpses, then man in his whole attitude of soul would really belong
    • among these beings. Here in his earthly existence man would really be
    • Thus, we may say that man really lacks the faculty for knowledge—and
    • nothing more than what is found in books on Botany and Mineralogy. Real
    • very like a ghost! Were it really what is presented by my eyes I should
    • the right, and actually do it—the real object of the will does
    • reality, is actually neither quite within his conception nor his will;
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    • accept some particular thing through belief in authority. There is really
    • is just that we really should keep in mind, and not the abstract words:
    • real experiences. Our real experiences are related to what we perceive
    • to an occult reality—our body or the experiences of our body are
    • related to our real experiences in the same way as the sunlight, that
    • our real experiences in connection with the world around us, and What
    • reality with our environment has the strength of the sunlight, and what
    • to us has of the strength of the real sunlight. In our innermost man
    • unable directly to face what in reality we experience of our environment.
    • know of the world and of ourselves has not our real being in it, not
    • cannot endure, you have the feeling you are in sunlight as if you really
    • The real state of affairs
    • real experiences of the spiritual world have to be acquired through
    • has acquired a little real knowledge of the spiritual world looks back,
    • to realise why people Shrink from understanding the spiritual world
    • soul is experiencing that you do not gain any real experience of what
    • the pain; it is really drowning the suffering, sending it outside. In
    • is revealed every time there is real deep observation of nature, namely.
    • if it is to be a real solution, can be found only on the path of Spiritual
    • you will realise at once is hardly present today in ordinary consciousness.
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    • Golgotha as a reality at the very time when every other method of mankind,
    • to draw near to the Mystery of Golgotha as a reality. For the Mystery
    • that the external reality of this Mystery of Golgotha can be grasped.
    • Christianity, true, real Christianity, to have the possibility of understanding
    • expressed in a more or less masked way, the reality clothing itself
    • really grasp the Old Testament but the essential innermost being weaving
    • by the imaginative picture realised in the ritual.
    • of the realised imaginations of the ritual. The barbarians' hearts and
    • being of the spirit itself. Whoever really knows in Plato on whet heights
    • that can touch upon the real inner being of man. But if we look at the
    • that really finds the Goethe spirit in the whole course of human evolution,
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    • that the human race has really developed, really changed, in the course
    • Mysteries. Today, this can no longer really be pictured because through
    • experiences of soul, the man's nature really became so transformed that
    • a man could really perceive in the spiritual. The great experience undergone
    • well studied if one comes to a real understanding of the personality,
    • another way, in reality far less than the Italian or French way. But
    • date mankind will realise that there came about what may be called the
    • us look there, not with political unreality, political delusion, political
    • poured what then in reality was only developed very late as Magyar culture.
    • reality and its truth, all this no longer meets with any understanding
    • even were this so, the real Goethe living in the inner circle of Weimar
    • was organised by men, by personalities, who really had not grown out
    • that even a hundred years after Goethe is in reality far more scholarly
    • in his Mephistopheles set up a figure that in reality does not exist,
    • nothing is more foreign to real Goetheanism than the whole earthly culture,
    • actually and in reality? You have from Goethe the most honest human
    • outward reforms, were not in reality, closely related to him inwardly,
    • who really could give Goethe what was lacking in the intimate circle
    • Soul) When we really look at this we are confronted by the fact
    • it was a question of Goethe's real being he was lonely, lonely in his
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    • needed for their perception. As real as they are within our
    • world, just so real their activities play continuously into our
    • behind it all, are made aware regarding beings and realities
    • realities which play supersensibly into our environment; it
    • a sense: “You live in this”. — This is really quite
    • flash through the realm — and then something else appears. Here
    • while really take on the forms of all kinds of grotesque
    • human being really must go through in the astral world, so to
    • out of this endless spread out realm. The possibility arises
    • undermining your health. Step by step you will realize in which
    • really entering this bliss, having learnt to add the self
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    • “Faust” one realizes that these rightful insights
    • at the way Goethe considered himself, that one can't really get
    • “Faust,” one realises that there was something so
    • knowledge, couldn't grasp what really was working in his soul.
    • ideas — was nothing other than a mirror-image of reality.
    • really struggled once with conceptual knowledge, with an idea
    • through which one in reality can penetrate into the world,
    • universe he may perceive the manifestation of reality, and thus
    • this place of a real mighty opposition. Who is his match? Here
    • discover reality. What we are led to believe is suffused with
    • manner? To what are we continuously led, away from reality?
    • about; here and there even justice was done but really
    • reality itself in order for the idea to unfold itself in our
    • reach, though his nature observation, what really lies behind
    • reality; he wanted to join self knowledge and world knowledge.
    • is looked for. When really searching for insight, the second
    • are urged to withdraw somewhat from this reality as an
    • with reality, giving us the most fruitful illusions. Right
    • scene of the second part, where outer associations of reality
    • lively reality. Now comes that towards which Goethe strives for
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    • needs to run parallel with all real research into the areas of
    • insight into what really matters, must we ask the following
    • Something quite different! You easily realise with precise
    • where-and-when. This is not realised in what broods within, but
    • realised through proper consideration of the poetic saying: If
    • that we really try to do this. Clairvoyant vision will soon
    • really orientate ourselves within the anthroposophic way:
    • perceptible realities, it influences his or her entire mood and
    • you will really see the results. This no other person can prove
    • have a fantasy image, whether it actually has the reality of a
    • opinion.” You will find that whoever has really
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    • But really there are two
    • the real nature of man than does modern science, which does not even
    • to show all that can be accomplished by a really creative conception
    • it is this: The realisation that in this age a new spiritual life must
    • Having ascended that, we then enter by the main door into the real Inner
    • he himself really makes the endeavour — which very few people will
    • and allows himself to be carried into a really organic-artistic, a feeling
    • order to understand an organic being we must realise that a quite special
    • an organism is a very different thing. For when a man really understands
    • if they result from a real living structural thought, bear the nature
    • if we really inwardly and intuitively grasp the principle of metamorphosis.
    • of the cheek from the temple of the forehead might really be taken as
    • a way that they might really have grown forth; and besides that, they
    • really belong to the place where they are. Now in the whole of this
    • a cross with seven roses, far higher than a really artistic motive.
    • and that what is really creative in a conception of the world has been
    • in its different parts you can see what we really intended, how the
    • case; but if a man is able really to understand the human form and how
    • been really felt. If one takes it as a thought-out thing, it will be
    • world, and it is shown that here something really new in the way of
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    • the foregoing leaf, then you will realise how the form of the second
    • If you would really get
    • you must realise that this is not to be considered only as regards its
    • motif is really very complicated in relation to the one that has gone
    • repetition, here one has a progressive evolution. This is really the
    • that VT identify ourselves with the real principle of evolution in nature
    • of what evolution really is. The marvellous and significant thing is
    • form); that is if you are really immersed in that which in nature is
    • Then you would get a development which is really modelled from nature
    • really is in nature. You see how we are led in this way to something
    • that when we really grow into the inner form in the way that the metamorphosis
    • realise as most important in every sense of the word. If one is to try
    • in their actual inner reality by means of such simple forms. In this
    • be realised from within. It will be seen then from the moulding of isolated
    • that which you really need in order to build up a vies of the world
    • the task-of humanity is really something quite different from a mystical
    • when we leave our false mysticism behind and really exert ourselves
    • really the satisfaction of a selfish desire for sleep. Well, here the
    • in nature certain realities are born in progressive metamorphosis which
    • is only a work of art if this chimney really fulfils its purpose. Then
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    • from colour, can really only be at the very beginning of its development.
    • and therefore with lantern slides we do not get what is really essentially
    • out for something else, as not really giving expression to that which
    • is really in these pictures, really wishes to speak to us in a totally
    • detached itself from Reality. That which lay at the bottom of the real
    • the justification for introducing a wholly unreal representation of
    • characteristic of our age. Of the real fundamental character of this
    • What really must enter into the earth-life of humanity will only enter
    • itself, appears from below and approaching man above is the real Being
    • in this rough way of colourless pictures things which have really only
    • that spirituality that must result from the realisation of this dualism,
    • Ahriman alone and Lucifer alone you will really understand neither;
    • only when you have them side by side, because really Ahriman and Lucifer
    • But you must realise that
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    • can suffer, with that which he can enjoy, he who fully realises how
    • who is striving after a real self-knowledge, if he only goes far enough
    • really attain to true knowledge of man without attaining to the knowledge
    • to set out from that which is really there on the wall, not from that
    • i.e. will express in his countenance what he is really worth within.
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    • were,all kinds of sound formulas from past ages and much real
    • the real wisdom contained in it has been lost. It was already
    • still unsatisfied for the simple reason that the real wisdom
    • ancient wisdom could be really helpful to humanity, for it is
    • been completely revolutionised, a real soul-development has
    • poodle,” he is really saying this to himself. And now
    • that we realise how wonderfully Goethe knows the inner life
    • the head, but he realises how reason can become living
    • cosmic and spiritual beings realise that when wisdom is being
    • important thing in the evolution of man on earth, what really
    • reality he is beclouded by the Spirit of darkness, and
    • dream-spirits fluttering around Faust — really the
    • to do all this if we we really see into the needs and
    • really found these forces flowing from the Moon, but also
    • medals finally dissolved I really present. Ancient wisdom,
    • For no one who really understood such things as the passage I
    • with the most unruly instincts, to realize what nature
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture II: The Romantic Walpurgis-Night
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    • man having a real love for Faust cannot explain to his
    • bear in mind that Goethe's meaning was really of a spiritual
    • Goethe was really not the commonplace, imperturbable Monist
    • whether realities are spoken of, whether a poet's description
    • events through which he had passed. We must realize,
    • In the realm of dreams and glamour
    • They have actually entered another realm,
    • “In the realm of dreams and
    • given to Faust, but it really belongs to Mephistopheles
    • where witches are concerned, that really cannot be put on the
    • all that that is said there. How much real knowledge is shown
    • is outside the body. It is a real relation then between
    • who is really three hundred years old. The witches are not as
    • he wishes to get to what is really evil, to the sources of
    • this kind can really touch anything soft, but only touch it
    • if one is lucky, one can really find such a party, for it is
    • for he really can see, since he suffers from visions. Such
    • sense-instinct into what it should really be for him.
    • same reality — the one way true, the other in some
    • from what is now the deeper spiritual reality, takes him to
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    • Shadowy concepts and Ideas filled with Reality
    • Shadowy concepts and Ideas filled with Reality
    • with a really intelligent reception in the widest circles
    • circle is the fact that a really intensive striving towards
    • Goethe's immediate circle a really important endeavor, that
    • appears no doubt, very witty but it is really nothing more
    • deepest secrets of existence, who was to be the realisation
    • the ‘realm of the Mothers’, at first having her
    • living reality that they are so vivid and so extraordinarily
    • with all reality together with talent, with whom, as we have
    • works he had really studied, the treatise De Generatione
    • corporeal world where Faust as his home.
    • could not have brought a real homunculus into being; for
    • saying that, at last, after endless effort, he had really
    • to the maturing of unreal, shadowy concepts as world-outlook,
    • that are powerless to come to any understanding of real-life.
    • of entering right into life, nor of grasping its reality.
    • able to understand once again the real, actual, human being,
    • real world with concepts is what man today will not have. And
    • Hence he contrasts the spirit of Homunculus, the real,
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    • way in which it is introduced into the poem, it really
    • we have to realise that there is something of deep import in
    • no longer be in any doubt that in reality Faust has been led
    • mystery.” Thus it is really a matter here of something
    • transplanted. They really do not exist for him. Faust has to
    • dear friends, what Faust really has to experience, If it were
    • intellect become clouded. Mephistopheles really puts himself
    • realistic picture, you need to imagine it thus. Here is the
    • whether these forces thus related to the Moon have a real
    • already spoken of this here — no one is really able to
    • ‘Rhine’ you are not referring to anything really
    • realities. I am only indicating here, for you can piece it
    • among these courtiers, who really are not pictured as being
    • to remark upon this to show you how today the real nature of
    • word is really developed what Faust brings for his
    • reality of this — the Astrologer insinuating to the
    • material fashion. It can be performed thus, but its reality
    • He wanted to represent a reality, and to say that, in what
    • realise how Goethe knew that spiritul beings were playing
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    • of spiritual science; we are thus gradually led to form real
    • be rightly judged by comparison. It is not really enough to
    • and realised in Italy. Therefore the longing for Italy lived
    • which we really experience. Behind all thoughts are Imaginations;
    • the whole realm of his imaginative life; now he experiences
    • present reality to Faust, for he begets Euphorion his son.
    • of Helena, in place of the real Helena who had remained
    • that the real Helena was not in Troy. Then, when the Trojan
    • not to the reality come to her ears, and in the last resort
    • Helena really is. He brings it into his Faust. For
    • region. Mephistopheles is really there to work as Spirit in
    • world, thus to make conscious that which can really be
    • I emphasise the real function of illusion for our consciousness.
    • fantasy, but to immediate reality. It is wonderful to see how
    • economic proof of the fact that. the imaginary, the unreal,
    • the Scene at the Emperor's Court? What is it really at this
    • to say — illusion lives in the outer historic reality,
    • reality? Because there plays into their life of thought that
    • such things, was turned to the perception of reality over
    • ‘spectral fabrics’ into the reality of the
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VI: The Helena Saga and the Riddle of Freedom
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    • which I tried to describe in their real essence. All this is
    • cannot clearly realise how they are interwoven with
    • rather not hear of what is really contained in the impusles
    • are in the realm of men, and as Angel-beings who have
    • reality — for we can truly put it so — he is
    • his mother really were. He could not but think Corinth, where
    • really behind these Heroes! They could not tell them that
    • which stands behind Helena is in reality worthy of reverence,
    • thing that really brings about the social structure in that
    • worked-out, in spiritual realms above. Now in a certain sense
    • Are we really automata, who by their actions reveal the mere
    • First, the universal course is really led and guided by
    • it, — really learn to know it. Above all, in our time
    • already a force is preparing in the realm of human beings,
    • attach oneself to the real impulses of evolution which I have
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VII: Some Spiritual-Scientific Observations
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    • we have to bear in mind that man is really a complicated
    • stands in a threefold stream, to only one of which he really
    • feeling, thinking and willing as men, but we really only know
    • knowledge at least, grow near to what in reality man is
    • other Greek, man or woman, as the Greeks really were”.
    • as really all upholders of modern science must be, otherwise
    • any real knowledge could be acquired of the nature of man in
    • reality and truth by several paths. Goethe was well
    • dream-life and deep human reality.
    • that during his sleep-life man sinks into a real, cosmic
    • reality, must be grasped by a quite different consciousness.
    • water-air was, we must imagine something having reality also
    • when out of real knowledge we say of the world we are
    • of the matter makes everyone acquainted with the reality feel
    • to realise that Goethe wanted to show the experience man
    • what is really to be wondered at in this world — this
    • respect these all really belong to a former world. Just think
    • sphere of reality, during the time between falling asleep and
    • have not much in common with it and have no real companions.
    • reality — the coming of the cranes of Ibycus that
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VIII: Spiritual Science Considered with the Classical Walpurgis-Night
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    • with the spiritual, in reality relates only to earthly being
    • between waking and sleeping is really only apparent. We might
    • soul, and because they cannot be fulfilled in reality, they
    • you had done something really tactless — unfitting.
    • about subjective experiences that take place really in the
    • with the world of ordinary daytime reality. The moment the
    • plunges into the world of antiquity, how man really feels
    • ancient Mystery wisdom. Thales is really the inaugurator, the
    • like the comets, for example, really belonged by nature to a
    • against the world. If we have real, living concepts of
    • When he is obliged to realise that this world will be of no
    • wish to hear. To the realm of Hecate belongs, for instance,
    • a great mystery of existence. You will have realised, from
    • subtle, but world-shattering matters with only really
    • Instead of pointing men unreservedly to the reality of evil,
    • as Spiritual Science must do. Goethe points to the reality of
    • realist, but both idealist and realist, letting the two
    • be really read. Man has, however, more or less lost the habit
    • that enables you to realise it, the intense seriousness of
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture IX: Goethe's Life of the Soul from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science
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    • that is, to point out how really it is only possible rightly
    • really been a very wide understanding of the matter. Perhaps
    • reality, present day physics is not yet ripe for Goethe's
    • the realm of art. For the chapter on the effect of color with
    • all theory where natural phenomena are concerned, and really
    • instinct for what did not originate in immediate reality, and
    • white appears and he has to realize: The wall is still white
    • Moon — through naturally this is in reality connected
    • idealist on the one side, realist on the other but took the
    • outer phenomena realistically, and in an idealistic way what
    • in his soul as they are reflected also in external reality.
    • it led in a wholesome way — if his ideas are really
    • realism so fall apart that, either they found a half-hearted
    • theories and hpotheses — for in the realm of thinking
    • which rightly to throw light on nature? And among the real
    • of rising from natural science to the reality of divine
    • spiritual forms and realms of existence? Even if sound
    • task when it comes to sound natural science. Should we really
    • he can look upon the pirit too with reality. In this respect,
    • of what was essential in external reality. And if Goethe was
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture X: Faust's Knowledge and Understanding of Himself
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    • real knowledge of man at all. Goethe indicates this by
    • various ways Goethe endeavours to reach the realm to which a
    • of the body. Goethe really wishes to show that it is possible
    • more than in our youth. But he realised, also the problematic
    • reality. Setting before the soul the demonic world of ancient
    • Greece, we can see how, in this traditional realm of myths,
    • Homunculus; if, however, he wishes to become a real man, he
    • gay feast. We must realise that, to the Greeks, there was a
    • be grasped by the real forces of being, those forces that
    • everything becomes real. Then we have to come upon those
    • forces that are the real ones behind the origin and evolution
    • really to know man must go beyond what is enclosed within the
    • is, really, to deceive yourself about him. For the human
    • reality is the trinity; the unity springs from the trinity.
    • man rise today to anything really creative. He keeps to a
    • there is very little real artistic feeling. In any case,
    • philosopher, when it is a question of finding reality. Hence
    • noble use of this understanding, but even so does not really
    • realise, my dear friends, that the spirit cannot be seen in
    • permeated by spirit, we reach the point when we realise that
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XI: The Vision of Reality in the Greek Myths
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    • The Vision of Reality in the Greek Myths
    • real knowledge and comprehension of mankind.
    • hold of human reality. This is what Goethe wished to
    • superstitious pedants have really no idea how small a part
    • beholding reality in dreams.
    • poetry, there is a true vision of reality. And the element
    • without prejudice speak of what this really involves. In what
    • pictures, do we really enter into what in this scene was
    • spiritual world in its reality. Then they wake through the
    • reality, all we think to have gained above in the other
    • plunge into the reality of ancient Greece; he is to meet
    • Faust is to enter Greek reality, he is to
    • physical reality of the body. That is an external process in
    • allegorical, symbolic or poetic. The reality underlying it is
    • making him wake to life in Greek reality.
    • may then have felt: If, when I had the opportunity of really
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XII: Goetheanism In Place of Homunculism and Mephistophelianism
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    • Goethe was in reality on the path to the supersensible world.
    • superficiality into a really deep comprehension of life.
    • intensity, he realises in his soul the two boundary lines
    • realise, my dear friends, that in this connection the
    • feelings be added concerning life and reality.
    • really at the bottom of all the grotesque notions that are
    • teeth, can appear. It is a real concentration and
    • — on and on right up to the blossom. No one can really
    • coming out of another. In reality the matter is like this.
    • only on the outside of events can never teach us to realise
    • what in reality is there. Man was able to develop only
    • to form the head out of itself, the result would be a real
    • unattractive; and this is really what would come into being
    • realising it is one freed from it. You will find this
    • realise how difficult it is to come to the real man. we might
    • arrive at the real man could we contrive to have a perfectly
    • and not destroy. For men will really find the correct
    • connection with reality only if they adopt new concepts and
    • nature, remote from all reality,a path that leads to
  • Title: Anthroposophy as a Demand of the Times
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    • so forth, namely the sense perceptible real world. This is,
    • thereby one also undermines one's real inward self-confidence.
    • in this way present day humanity cannot really build a bridge
    • might say in the spiritual realm it is just the same as with
    • will have to realize that one finds the world inside again,
    • conjures up weaving pictures of a fantastic reality which is
    • former psychologists realised that the dream ultimately doesn't
    • really senses how shadowy the abstract concepts are, how the
    • to concrete reality. But when one now rises to imagine symbolic
    • however must then be really practiced quite systematically.
    • order to realize the illusion of the dream from the point of
    • the dream to be reality, although his feeling for reality is
    • if one wants to have a say, there one must really understand
    • can otherwise experience as pain in the world is really
    • real pictures of which one knows that they reflect the own
    • just through that personality. One really looks at oneself how
    • the reality both sides in which the dream was masked flow
    • the dream becomes a fully conscious reality. It even becomes
    • body. This one sees. And then one realises, this spiritual
    • is necessary to develop a very strong sense of reality. Such a
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    • mankind, although it appears far removed from the realm of our
    • commandments of other ancient folk and don't really depict
    • called Ahura Mazdao, the being who had his outer corporeality
    • really fulfil your tasks in the physical world, when you have
    • ourselves, only there will you find the real image of the pure
    • fountainhead, the great World-I, that the realm of the surging,
    • “I”-Laws into everyday language, in order to really
    • you as it really needs to be translated, to bring it to such an
    • nature, and the astral body from that realm where the animal
    • “When you really understand Me, then you will understand
    • gender.” A real medicinal imagination is linked to that
    • generation to the next. We don't come to a real understanding
    • correct thoughts are an active reality. “When you create
    • occult image. This has to be thought about or otherwise no real
    • understanding can be reached, no real picture formed regarding
    • legislation; it is real dilettantism to place the Ten
    • process is established, the actual creator of the real healthy
    • about actual outward action which really sprouts from what had
    • realize that the “I” of the other is the same as
    • the entire tone of the Ten Commandments, when we really
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    • of outer science. When we allow spiritual knowledge to really
    • relationship of plant suffering to plant joy then we really
    • Already from our earth's plant growth we realize, by
    • kingdom to the stone realm then it will not appear through
    • relatively short time ago — when the realms of time were
    • volcanic outbursts and earthquakes. Here we really have
    • whoever says this doesn't realise how childishly the argument
  • Title: Haeckel, "The Riddle of the Universe," Theosophy
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    • extent done justice to what I take to be the real truths
    • materialistic interpretations. If, therefore, we realise how
    • the firm ground of reality: the God whom he had so long sought
    • the result of that newly developed sense of physical reality,
    • these things as they really are, bringing to bear upon the
    • whole of the stupendous advance made in the realms of natural
    • which he has no real acquaintance, only to obscure them by an
    • hearers from the real point at issue by eloquent digressions
    • investigate reality in order to arrive at the true method
    • absurdity, really hits the mark. This is the position in which
    • gain admittance to this realm. It is only by the aid of certain
    • Then he will cease to see the mere aftermath of reality,
    • fitted for receiving the external corporeal expression
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    • Europe down to Spinoza and even beyond him. We gain no real
    • absolutely real conception to them: The thoughts live in the
    • thoughts as my own possession. I cannot really say, I think.
    • suppose for a moment that it had really succeeded. What would
    • were troubled and disquieted by what was really
    • not really come to an end until the 16th or 17th century.
    • they were disquieted by what was really left as an heritage
    • far more to a real philosophic life and striving. And in all
    • they flow out after death into the ethereal environment of the
    • spiritual — or at the very least, ethereal
    • spiritual reality that surrounds us (surrounds us as a reality,
    • under an influence which has really killed all meaning. To
    • spiritual research it can be discovered among the real things
    • shadow of reality, takes hold of them. In ancient times thought
    • reality. The realities are there indeed. Thinking itself is not
    • compensate for the former heavenly reality, an earthly reality
    • humanity be strong enough to find this earthly reality of
    • reality?’
    • Otherwise humanity will remain weak and the reality of thought
    • will lose its own reality. Therefore it is most necessary,
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    • those of you who have studied what was then said, will have realised
    • too, that you may realise their purport more clearly — I would
    • however, realised already in the early months of that year that this
    • there was really no possibility of basing the management of public
    • the real purport of the lectures. Their aim was to give true guiding
    • realities of the situation, hold no such belief. Far from it.
    • were able to realise their full significance. It is difficult to find
    • To-day it ought to be realised much more fully than it is, that Europe
    • realised that this harmony has first to be achieved in the realm of
    • surrounded on all hands by really marvellous technical achievements.
    • wanders over the Earth without knowing what kind of being he really
    • A feeling of sadness cannot but overtake us when we realise that the
    • into material, physical existence on the Earth. And so we really have
    • is said along these lines and you will realise that the sermons are
    • — but to the whole Cosmos, until it is realised that between
    • of Anthroposophy, however, you will realise that what I shall now say
    • very few people indeed realise the point of greatest significance,
    • Again in our time we must strive for a fully conscious realisation of
    • understand them until we realise that just as in earthly life between
    • realms beyond. On the other hand, through the essentially thriving
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    • and what we can work over in our thoughts. We are only really awake
    • feelings we are, in reality, dreaming. When we dream, we dream
    • willing. It is therefore obviously important to realise what it is
    • that the human being experiences in these realms of which ordinary
    • realm of sense-perception. Sense-perceptions can be conceived as a
    • reality inside things, we are on the other side of the
    • beyond the realm of sense-perception. He dreams of molecules, of
    • them to be realities. But study any description of atoms, even the
    • sense, we are transported into the realm of the first rank of Beings
    • its realm is the ether-body. This ether-body only remains with us for
    • acquires its real significance for us when it becomes our environment
    • Man is led by the Archangels to the realm of the Archai where his life
    • receives from their realms the impulse to descend to the Earth once
    • the world of the Archangels. It is really so: Between death and a new
    • approaches the realm of the Archangels in the right way has received
    • realm of the Angels, can be permeated with a really inward love for
    • and is thoroughly consistent with real and universal human love.
    • realm of the Archangels.
    • realm of the Angels, is very important. All over the Earth to-day the
    • as a result, in their second contact with the realm of the Angels
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    • can only be of real use when earthly life, too is presented to the
    • world, mankind must be brought to realise how essential it is for the
    • how to bring it to expression in life. Abstract theories are really of
    • from the Spiritual. Modern man does not really know the world.
    • purposes of life in its immediate reality, it is necessary to know how
    • programmes, men disperse without having come to any real decision
    • of their effects; he does not realise what deeper forces have been and
    • North may well have been perplexed, for it really was as though men
    • will only be a very gradual realisation that this is actually so. Most
    • realise that it is only since the beginning of the present epoch that
    • Europe, in Western Asia, or in Middle Europe. There has really been an
    • The Gnosis still helped man to realise the existence of the
    • Divine-Spiritual within him. This Divine-Spiritual reality was more
    • isolated seers, they realised, when they went into the hut of one of
    • really the physical man or woman to whom they were listening, but that
    • realities among them; whereas in the South, during the same period,
    • Northern peninsula the trend is more towards the East. It is a really
    • a real difference between being born as a Norwegian or as a Swede. We
    • everywhere deflected. They do not become really active. They cannot
    • greatest theorists of all, for they never get down to realities, they
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    • really happened? Hitherto young Gottlieb had received with the most
    • could tell his father the facts, he could not explain the real
    • ensure that he should really be able to take up this post within three
    • the parents. And we can trace what Fichte really was in the
    • Zurich was no longer really tenable, and he needed to look further
    • while, hoping to find what his real vocation might be, to find that
    • really uncouth and that he had no talent for adapting himself to
    • outer world. It can only be considered as real when its existence
    • that is no real existence; or at least no opinion can be formed at
    • first about the real existence of what is only apprehended by the
    • be a creating reality. This is the Ego itself,
    • this self-creation flows everything that has real being. Away then
    • activity can arise in the Ego and how man can only reach a real
    • most German of the German philosophers, did not train any real
    • of men up to a direct contact with creative spiritual reality —
    • can only grasp the inner meaning of my lectures by really reciting
    • really is to remain within the people, but yet is bound to yield to
    • true reality, that we can only grasp reality when the Ego feels
    • accept the resignation which Fichte had not really meant to
    • according to principles which are really self-evident and which
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    • making themselves inwardly beautiful. And they really felt something
    • develop again a feeling for the real power which was thereby given for
    • believe that it is essential for them to make a real automaton of
    • way. I would only hope that this strange view will never really take
    • perhaps not have thought so at other times: really roguish
    • before their eyes. These people really could then experience the
    • real Christmas mood, which I have sketched here in brief outline, if
    • quite primitively, yet they could speak in a very real and living way
    • well as those of the community who were not there. This really would
    • this Christ Impulse is a reality, something which can actually flow
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    • of ours will show that a real and deep knowledge of this poem, as
    • poem really is. Let us for once place this before us quite
    • first to this setting of the Gita in order to realize
    • civilization really know of Eastern culture before it became
    • this picture we may ask ourselves what is really taking place in
    • really believe that this being of Krishna once appeared before
    • the reality of all that surrounded him, being a Greek, and compare
    • nation-soul does not really count. This may be a hard saying but it
    • of Arjuna and feel the horror that lived in him when he realized how
    • within Maya we must recognize what it really is that we may rightly
    • from illusion into reality, into the light of truth. How this is
    • possible, and how we may surmount this riddle and reach reality, will
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    • occult record it becomes ever clearer that it is really most
    • initiation of Lazarus. It makes us realize how we can always find
    • forces of the soul and brings it to a vision of occult realities that
    • but we do not notice when we fail to realize that what any Western
    • of external sense reality. They imagine that concepts and ideas and
    • is only in our time that thought will be valued for what it really
    • cannot now discuss what they really meant by it — that gold
    • understand that there is really no one among you who does not have
    • and ideas. We must realize that these come to us from the
    • were — well, like the chickens! We must realize that at the
    • is really to enter into the concrete truths of the super-sensible
    • expression of a deep occult truth. Let us assume that someone really
    • higher worlds as in an absolute reality. Thereby man rises to a high
    • life. He sees alternating conditions. He realizes how his body, so
    • summer and awake in winter, not vice versa. He realizes the wonderful
    • out over all that we really have in us, which lives on from
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    • is not really a gift of the outer physical world but a gift of the
    • in our most ordinary life we really have something in us that is
    • in reality?
    • worlds. There are those who really believe that a dream has given
    • acquainted with the present-day science of dreams you will realize
    • exceedingly careful in this realm. He must make a habit of carefully
    • realize that most of his dreams give him no more than he has already
    • into a wonderful feeling of bliss and elation to realize that in the
    • brought us revelations from realms into which our everyday
    • what we call our world expands into a new region. We realize why it
    • our ordinary life. So long as these interfere in this realm of
    • way to real experiences of the higher worlds.
    • realm? Because, whether we confess it or not, we have the liveliest
    • realizes how in this connection people can give themselves up to the
    • everyday life. If you really try to carry out the exercises I have
    • given for soul development you will soon realize that it all comes to
    • realm! Curiosity often begins to stir even if one begins with the
    • free ourselves from them in quite another way if we really mean to
    • to break free of them we do not do it, but when a person is really in
    • forces of sympathy need not occur in a high realm of life, but in
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    • HAVE seen that if man would enter into the realm to which,
    • clairvoyance. This is also a faculty man does not really need for his
    • tells me that man belongs to other realms, that my human nature
    • man were really the being that materialistic thinking considers him,
    • realize that judgments are passed that originally are quite correct
    • people who stroll about in life are really to be judged as idlers.
    • soul life is meaningless if life really ends with death; if man has
    • meaningless, unreal, if the whole of existence were included between
    • it is important to realize
    • point out that though man may lift his soul today into that realm
    • call our everyday consciousness the lowest realm. About it lies a
    • realm we are unconscious of in daily life, or rather that reaches us
    • a kind of overflow in his soul and belongs really to other
    • reality it is not so. On the physical plane we never see light, only
    • experience to the higher realm we have spoken of, man really does
    • reality.
    • penetrate into that realm we also discover what it is to be deprived
    • moment we enter that realm without sufficient preparation, without
    • perceives nothing of what is really there, and instead he longs for
    • sucks up into that realm things of the physical plane below, and
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    • reality a definition must always appear scanty and lacking in
    • unreality of attempts to define things. Being concerned with
    • realities we will proceed then to describe things in their essential
    • sleeping. What does it really signify? We can only understand the
    • nature of sleep if we realize that in the present epoch the soul
    • the near future it will more and more be realized how sleep has to
    • with the reality of things. Thought will become very different from
    • thinkers declared that this hollow cup did not really exist. They
    • not really there; when he said, “You have only to realize that
    • take it in real earnest. We can sometimes have strange experiences of
    • reality the laws derived purely from the living organism are also
    • We must realize that the self-consciousness that today is the
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    • REALLY is exceedingly difficult in our Western civilization to
    • will have to get accustomed to this and realize that a statement can
    • matters in a really unbiased way.
    • is really a part of the Gita except what accords with the
    • tendencies. These really have nothing to do with the
    • firmly realize how the human soul, under certain conditions, can
    • aspect, calling him Krishna. We must realize how Arjuna meets that
    • To understand it as a real description of world history — of
    • To really penetrate
    • one must have progressed far enough to be able to have real
    • perceptions and real experiences in the spiritual world. That may
    • familiar to them in the sense world. In that higher realm one
    • the sounds of the physical world. He does not realize that by
    • the higher realities if the Beings there appear to him in the same
    • taking the diagram for the reality. It is the same when we express
    • By thus interpreting it sensually we lose its real essence. The
    • to the next as we penetrate on and on into the realms of occult
    • and its truth is real and immediate, referring to Him Who is the
    • What may we expect here, realizing the artistic form of the poem and
    • how the soul can retire into itself, realizing inaction in the
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    • those that really distinguish man from the animal — cannot
    • would have to be known to realize the full fallacy of materialistic
    • really be perceived in a sleeping man. So we should have to say that
    • we can gather that in self-knowledge man's creative forces, the real
    • we succeed in making a really perfect vacuum inside it. That is very
    • is a real “less than nothing.” It is often one of the
    • strongest realities — you can go into debt for a few
    • intensely real than the reality of possession.
    • the form they take, are really rubbish. They are themselves a kind of
    • real factor on all sides. We must imagine the world that surrounds
    • ordinary science is to the reality in the forces of nature as the
    • the real nature of things. By introducing animal sleep into the
    • function in different realms of nature. Sleep is an altogether
    • lower nature, they are so wonderful because they really breathe the
    • forces dwell. This second man is really never there in a pure,
    • realized the unique situation in which he was placed, it came about
    • realm in the age we are entering; how the fundamental impulses of
    • earthly evolution will gradually be understood and realized by
    • feeling for the real majesty, the greatness and wonder of these
    • facts. Truly, the more deeply we penetrate the world of reality the
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    • feeling that really lies at the basis of such a work. This is
    • certain things hitherto kept secret and really known to but very few
    • real depth, even afterward when it passes over and becomes the
    • remained a secret. The people who came later did not know the real
    • followed developed a really penetrating understanding of this poem.
    • In the time between then and now there were only a few who really
    • some reality by studying the judgments of the descendants of the race
    • people of India today we will not find real understanding for the
    • in the widest circles has remained unknown as to its real nature,
    • European concepts, such as might be gained in real truth —
    • appear utter dilettantism to anyone who had access to the real
    • person, who does not know what European spiritual evolution really
    • really is. Also, we shall realize how untold misunderstandings are possible,
    • Christianity. All this we can realize, but we must think of it in
    • another way also if we want to attain a really deep understanding. To
    • not yet been realized in evolution.
    • concepts. Therefore, one who really penetrates the matter finds no
    • right at his hand. It really does, even if only for a Solovieff, a
    • understand, but whoever would work his way through to the real,
    • of sattwa, but this concept is broader; light is not really identical
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    • conditions. Now if we would consider what sattwa really is, it is
    • everything that surrounds us. These ideas are really comprehensive.
    • grasping the reality of one's own being. The Indian of the time of the
    • comfortable. They really do not want to act at all. Thus are men to
    • cannot pass through. One who can see reality can see in a
    • that people there discuss views of the universe, but in reality it is
    • that he wears them like a garment, while in his real self he grows
    • us ask again, what is it that Krishna really wants for Arjuna, whose
    • ideas. This is really true, that Shankaracharya would today introduce
    • him from external reality. What was the intention of this soul that
    • further evolution of mankind, must realize how anthroposophy has to
    • really are. To the way of looking at things that goes so far in
    • concretely, and with real love, into the special nature of every
    • after all we really penetrate into their depths. Another idea follows
    • the matter as we do by pointing out the reality in all things. But
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    • objectively what is really there. In general, one of the greatest
    • in his waking condition between birth and death a man really lives
    • Everything sinks down into a reality of secondary degree. A man must
    • experiences of inner impressions. For in reality there exists nothing
    • real idea of it only when it is no longer there.
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    • the realm that he inhabits between death and a new birth. When the
    • In that realm we find souls which for a certain period between death
    • realises. They are indolent in their thinking, indolent in their
    • really a vice — of indolence. In recent times we have gained some
    • entry — which means that even in this realm one can discern good
    • he brings with him something into the physical world. He realises,
    • realities perceived by a sober disposition; people who indulge their
    • person, but of someone who can really enjoy to the full the effect
    • cultivated as a real and immediate experience, first in the Mysteries
    • the experiences which correspond with the spiritual realities, it is
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    • that is really experienced?
    • innermost nature, what you yourself really are, is veiled from your
    • through cosmic realms and have come to know the beings and forces that
    • Being, and it can know that this Being is really there, but that it is
    • birth-process consists in his: it is really continuous, but man, owing
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    • The God who was called Osiris has forsaken these realms. He is
    • of mind of one of these candidates, and realise how in the spiritual
    • really is something like a piece of dead substance in the human body.
    • it really is. “Dead” is to be understood here in a relative
    • quite real in the middle of the Middle Ages, Klingsor, the Duke of
    • pictures that correspond to realities; they cannot be expressed in
    • life may perhaps never dawn on people who believe that real knowledge
    • will be in a different situation once he looks with real insight into
    • to himself that in spite of all this education he really knows
    • real lord and master there; and then, when we come to know the nature
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    • It does not require any very profound knowledge to realise the
    • the external, social aspect, not the inner, spiritual reality. The
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture II: The Mission of Manicheism
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    • The ‘I’ of the Aryan race could only be consciously realised
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    • Philosopher's Stone. It is spoken of as something quite real and the
    • love. Ancient Greek mythology expresses this reality when it speaks of
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    • without use or purpose. In reality it represents an atrophied function
    • dream of a trotting horse but the sound is really caused by the
    • conceived in a condition of higher sleep where realities are
    • A state of dream-consciousness, or perception of a real world in
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    • Before embarking on this subject, we must realise that since occultism
    • given rise to mistaken ideas as to the real goal of occult science. It
    • through asceticism and that reality is an illusion which must be
    • from the Spirit, penetrates into reality and gathers its essence which
    • Occultism does not disdain reality but seeks rather to understand and
    • reality is wholly pervaded with a deeper reality and it is this deeper
    • reality which the soul tries to penetrate and master.
    • nobody in a room which is really full of people. The Initiate
    • pass into the realm of soul and it will be stillborn thought.
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    • The first thing to realise is that Yoga is not a sudden, convulsive
    • everything is a symbolic image of reality is acquired. This astral
    • dream-symbolism and reality; he gains control of the astral world. And
    • souls in their real being.
    • manifestation of reality; it was called by
    • reality experienced by the soul as a vibration emanating from the soul
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    • its depths unless we realise the difference between the Ancient
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    • all beings in Nature. The scene is really an allusion to the law that
    • of healing. Yet it must be realised that he who possesses it,
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    • The first thing to realise is that in the astral world, everything
    • unrealised on Earth — that is said to be sensed by the spirits in
    • This will make us realise how essential it is to nourish ourselves
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    • symbols are not arbitrary inventions — they are realities. The symbol of
    • a stick. In reality, riddle and answer refer to the whole evolution of
    • of the word; his word will mould ethereal bodies like his own.
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    • the ‘Realm of the Mothers’ of which
    • speaks in Faust in connection with Helena. In this realm of Devachan,
    • able to distinguish between appearance and reality, between the human
    • The fifth realm of Devachan is the sphere of heavenly harmony. The
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    • movements of this being — whom we cannot really call
    • endless philosophical discussions on the objective nature and reality
    • colours which do not exist in physical reality.
    • experiences are merely realised in the mind. There are certain states
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    • nothing of it. In reality, all beings have consciousness but man's
    • the outer realities with which these organs put us into touch. In the
    • A consciousness which repeats the third stage but retains the acquired quality of objectivity. Images have definite colours and are realised as being quite distinct from the perceiver. The subjective sense of attraction or repulsion vanishes. In this new imaginative consciousness, the faculty of reason that has been acquired in the physical world retains its own powers.
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    • symbol in one world but corresponds to a reality in a higher world.
    • organism is unable really to behold life. The occultist, on the other
    • fulfillment of a threefold goal, namely the realisation of truth,
    • ‘images’ will lead a real and actual existence, comparable
    • The conscious Ego is the realisation in man of the Christ Principle.
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    • earth. In reality the earth consists of a succession of concentric
    • showed them the true nature of reality and the illusion of material
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    • Christ as the Redeemer. In reality, karma is a redemption of man by
    • If men would steep themselves in these ideas, they would realise that
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    • manner of the realisation of this truth.
    • idealism, but upon a realisation born of a knowledge of the higher
    • Spheres’ was a reality uniting man to the heavens. The
    • of the future from the past, and strive to realise the ideal of this
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    • really be comprehensible to those who are already somewhat
    • general. The really necessary way of development that man
    • are realities pertaining to higher worlds, that besides our
    • gotten to know the realities of the astral world which lies
    • we need not necessarily really know him for what he is. I
    • possibility to realize inwardly what took place outwardly as
    • science or learning by which one could really understand what
    • emphasise that anyone who really wishes to receive initiation
    • real ego of man, the bearer of the higher centre of his
    • this is astral experience, then it is nothing real and what
    • on the astral plane and outer reality on the physical plane.
    • alone can really help towards understanding the John Gospel.
    • really read: Out of the primal forces emerged the Word. That
    • experiences what the sense world really is. The truth of the
    • this became reality for the writer of the John Gospel, the
    • to a higher reality. The John Gospel is not a profession of
    • faith, but a text which really gives strength, and a
    • entire soul forces, and that real soul experience springs
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    • who had undergone them knew that real experiences are
    • as scourging and real blows. Then one day one feels a sort of
    • one has stood the test. This is a real experience that a
    • Christianity attains its real meaning when it is followed as
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    • particular stage of initiation that one really knows what
    • physical eyes, but to see this realm directly itself. He
    • realise that everything we do by means of our eyes, ears and
    • this chapter really carefully will see that this is what is
    • teaching. Therefore, the theosophical outlook was really
    • materialistic way of thinking, we must realise that the mode
    • (Jacobus). James really means water. Water is the spiritual
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    • the world recognises as the great men of history were not really the
    • with its real purpose. But there might have been a certain way of reading
    • into real life.
    • although the physical body is only a small part of what man really is,
    • reality. The Initiate sees this third member of man as an egg-shaped
    • superior to the animals. We must realise the tremendous significance
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    • one speaks of the knowledge of higher realms posssed by Initiates but
    • of the philosophers, Plato, Spinoza and so on. Although the realms of
    • be bewildered, because there is really nothing in the physical world
    • and every feeling is a reality, and if I let myself think that someone
    • would. I repeat: every thought and every feeling is a reality, and for
    • of the Sun, which really does sound forth to us in music if we are in
    • really only his Akasha picture. Thus a picture of Goethe may appear
    • poem in Goethe's own style. The Akasha pictures are real, living pictures.
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    • condition we must realise that in his earthly life a man's consciousness
    • and quoting the real H.P.B. but her astral corpse. It is quite
    • she really did reject and oppose the idea of reincarnation. She herself
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    • Devachan, life pulsates as a reality, as though in rivers and streams.
    • physical life on Earth bring about real experiences there. The inwardness
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    • being: for instance, a hen sitting on her eggs. This is really a very
    • sees realised in visible form all the relationships that arise between
    • one sees the love as a real being whose body is love. If you can make
    • dog, or ant, and so on, is to be found there as a real being. It is
    • apparently childish but in reality inspired by lofty powers has given
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    • year it is really only the physical body that parents and educators have
    • last mature enough for real understanding. As the astral body is liberated,
    • which really makes life comprehensible for the first time. The law of
    • which we see, carried over into the spiritual realm, as the law of
    • Anyone who really takes this law into his thinking and feeling will
    • soon realise what a sense of power and of security he has gained. We
    • life. I will start being really good in a later life; for the moment
    • him to recover, it would be nonsense if his friend replied that he really
    • misunderstanding on both sides. Our critics do not realise that free-will
    • the world is really one great unity and brotherhood. And just as in
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    • I shall draw only on real experiences.
    • the fact that for most people the really burning question is: How does
    • no real interest in anything; he is dreamy, inactive, lazy, and seeks
    • If we want really to
    • you will realise that habits and feelings, which first belong to the
    • to good health. Theosophy, you will realise, is thus a profound movement
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VIII: Good and Evil. Individual Karmic Questions.
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    • moment he experienced the fact that it could really happen to him. He
    • got [a] stomach-ache he came to realise by degrees that there were some
    • this how wonderful karmic relationships really are, and how questions
    • creatures such as the saurians and water-tortoises, which were really
    • Order's real task, but distorted to the point of nonsense. The individual
    • What was really happening there? In a previous life the man had killed
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    • how these bodies have evolved, we must realise that it is not only man
    • it is the Sun that kindles its reproductive power. The root is really
    • really a sort of “plant-animal”: they were able to feel
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    • no real mineral kingdom. Then the etheric forms gradually became more
    • Akkadians and Mongols, really went beyond the goal of Atlantean
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    • This is really a very
    • it was written: Behind nature there must be God. And he came to realise
    • external nature as he saw it was unreal, and that behind it the Godhead
    • reality was an image of the Divine, which must not be turned away from
    • became a husbandman. He moved out of the quiet realm of world-renouncing
    • found a real world in which work had to be done. The conviction gradually
    • reality, so that it may itself become an image of the eternal Spirit.
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    • world and ordinary reality. We may call this the dream-state, and it
    • up you realise that you were hearing the ticking of the clock by your
    • of the shot which wakes him — and then he realises that he has
    • the nature of reality is disclosed to the pupil in dream, and he can
    • then test the dream by the reality. When he has advanced so far that
    • But he must always realise that everything there is symbolical.
    • lotus-flowers. When a man enters on occult development, he is thus really
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    • realise that the actual instructions cannot be given publicly; I can
    • These are the eight realms
    • will no longer need to prove the reality of Christ Jesus, for he will
    • words are not only something to be understood; you will realise that
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    • serious. They instil into patients the idea that matter has no real
    • reject the material realm, in which God has revealed himself, we are
    • Really to go out of yourself
    • is what really matters. If we say that we want more moral teaching and
    • on these exercises we can pass to exercises of real Imagination. Take,
    • later on be in reality. These are exercises of the Imagination; by their
    • which correspond with real things, and in the Rosicrucian training such
    • the will of man? What is really happening when a man is killed by an
    • is nothing comparable on Earth. It is not really like any of the fluids
    • or the “Form-Earth”. It produces in the material realm the
    • prevails. They did not all come to realise that, but many of them are
    • dissension in, and that should really be an impossibility. So the
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    • requirement that this course be mainly for real theologians and real
    • physicians, including those who are training to be real physicians,
    • knowledge. But the important thing here is to realize absolutely
    • But one must realize that both are divine service. The more fully
    • this is realized, the better their cooperation will be, with
    • complete reality — so complete, in fact, that in the future
    • in the theological faculties has really not contained anything
    • certain by word and deed that a real doctor is found, and that the
    • activity on the reality of the sacraments, the priest must be
    • outer nature. Second, the process that is active in the realm of a
    • of the spiritual world. And when you have a really active cure,
    • physicians understand their profession properly, they realize that
    • they enter directly into the realm of the spiritual. It only seems
    • this depth — beyond the merely physical and biological realm.
    • physical realm into the spiritual.
    • performed, and spirit streams into the actions. Spiritual reality is
    • the medical profession, and if the priest is a real priest, they can
    • sickbed, where often a priest has to intervene in life in a really
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    • esoteric realm of religious life. We have to realize that all
    • certain phenomena, not in the customary manner but in a really
    • concretely to the real human being, it provides an explanation of how
    • assemble the really essential material, the number of years medical
    • flavor of the apples, and so forth. That is really what they
    • from a really insane person. But the insane person is not able to
    • — there really are such men in Catholicism; one must not
    • worth except external worth. One must really rest in God with one's
    • realm. Usually it is at this time that the person finally gets in
    • medically — such “patients” say, priests can really
    • in bourgeois everyday life, these people become really insane, and
    • medicine and theology a real insight into human nature. One must be
    • really lead to fundamental esoteric knowledge. But it can also be
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    • been given this vague experience of its reality.
    • for instance, standing before them as a real person. That is the
    • the pain? The real spiritual world. It comes through the pain. The
    • transformed into ecstasy. It is really so. First there is pain in the
    • they enter the third stage they become really ill. At the same time
    • the most interesting phenomena in the realm of human evolution.
    • conventional way. In reality, time is different. The line I drew on
    • theoretical knowledge but really living into the things. Physicians
    • unbiased person. The philosophers deny its reality because their
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    • important that we look into the question: What is really inherited by
    • one need only look at the change of teeth itself to realize that this
    • really holds good only for the first seven years of life. Only for
    • surprising ways. Then the real individual is emerging. In the
    • life period. What seems to appear later as heredity is not really
    • further. But someone who really studies the nature of humanity will
    • answers the question: What does a child really perceive? The answer
    • In the spiritual world we are surrounded by realities very different
    • except this spiritual reality in all the colors, all the forms, all
    • What is really working when spiritual forces are working? Obviously
    • that is working? In reality, whatever has to do with an ego nature.
    • reality, all this is working upon the child. And out of these
    • not lead to any reality.
    • freed, one can only realize if one perceives that at fourteen years
    • purely in the realm of soul, its nature depending upon the
    • knowledge. The knowledge really sheds light on the relation between
    • up there above us is regarded as the entire sun. In reality the sun
    • either, really.
    • in health and in illness. For what do we really know of a human
    • realize that when we come to the end of our twenties, we find no more
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    • individual is really able to see into the spiritual world and to feel
    • very far — really requires the sensitivity of a physician who
    • for now the beginning of real pathological conditions can be found.
    • teacher, so that the teacher will realize what should be done for
    • accompanying symptoms I have mentioned. For it really happens in
    • different forms of real epilepsy or epileptoid symptoms
    • something in modern life that could be prevented if a real pastoral
    • medicine would come about. People do not realize that the first
    • should really only emerge during the second seven years.
    • can only be really understood if one grasps clearly the connection
    • always dependent upon the other, you will realize that in life too
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    • connection to the real spiritual world.
    • reach down into the bodily, natural realm.
    • they want to be a real pastor to the souls in their care, they also
    • point of view there is really not very much difference. From an inner
    • shortsighted ideas, one certainly will not perceive real connections.
    • both trivialities and non-trivialities from spiritual realms to the
    • realization only after he went through the gate of death. Now the
    • — which he doesn't really want to accept because he is still a
    • with the dog and the dog really bites him. Again the thought of it
    • activity from a really thoughtful perception of the world —
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    • good. As soon as they begin writing, they really “go
    • reality to be continuously creating the human being, working
    • not studied today in a real sense. It is lacking entirely from
    • differentiated. In reality, they are only the limbs, the outer shoots
    • real physiology of the senses when the physiologist is able to say: I
    • exhalation really goes into the human being. If we look at our
    • about this tomorrow. You can realize that we are coming more and more
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    • must realize that these forces alone would not be able to form the
    • not realize that the sun-being streams into us with every sense
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    • to do with pastoral medicine can really only come from such a point
    • in our minds what really happens in the human being during sleep. The
    • really cannot be. That is why processes that go on in the physical
    • there so that the soul-life and spiritual life as a whole can really
    • really originate in the human organism. For they are fundamentally
    • — that whenever one penetrates to reality, one finds it has two
    • missing. They go on without really any inner working
    • If we observe too exuberant a growth in the etheric body, we realize
    • must know, because in reality one heals the human being through the
    • science. It really needs to be healed. One can indeed say, the
    • For whoever really looks at life can catch a view of illness
    • physicians must more and more become really practical individuals
    • conditions. Now they realized how the astral body and ego out of
    • what really binds us together. We are permeated by a different kind
    • abstraction. What really binds us together is the possession of
    • joining together, but they've never yet got anything real for a
    • doesn't even have to be a human being. It can be real, living
    • observing the world as it evolves, materialistic views don't really
    • bubbles in the reality of this world. If one bubble hits another, if
    • realized, is that one does not ever becomes a materialist if one is
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    • activity to be found in human thought and feeling. What really lies
    • world but in reality a dilettante, holds forth to the effect that one
    • science that is really striving to reach a higher level. These things
    • must be realized. And the individuals in the anthroposophical
    • This can only happen if we really develop our knowledge of the human
    • we really understand the place humanity has been given in this world.
    • can only be realized if it is related to the Platonic cosmic year;
    • We realize from simple
    • hikes. Only they don't know the real reason — but that doesn't
    • Hippocrates was really a latecomer as far as ancient medicine is
    • contemplates all this, one realizes that the whole world —
    • really nothing more than a system for giving names to stars. That is
    • details. Yet life really consists of details and of the irrational
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    • possesses a common consciousness of a spiritual realm containing
    • world. But this really happened in the old mysteries. Individuals saw
    • into spiritual realms and found knowledge there that led to valuable
    • only “real” in the coarse, tangible physical world. And
    • we descend too deeply, too intensely into physical corporeality, we
    • that is not true. In reality it is like the drawing below.
    • identified in modern consciousness with the realm of the lower gods,
    • appear. That is the realm of the Father God. When we sleep we enter
    • the realm of the Father God, we enter subnature, the realm of the
    • condition, the opposite pole to illness and have entered the realm of
    • earth-life, what is experienced clairvoyantly in the realm of the
    • life in nature. That is in reality what the physician does. It is the
    • mystery begins, the mystery that creates a great test for real
    • general human attitude. It is the nature of real knowledge that it
    • physician one part of the Mystery of Golgotha can be really
    • connection when we have real medicine.
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    • this course be mainly for real theologians and real physicians,
    • including those who are training to be real physicians. And both the
    • knowledge. But the important thing here is to realize absolutely
    • But one must realize that both are divine service. The more fully
    • this is realized, the better their cooperation will be, with
    • complete reality — so complete, in fact, that in the future
    • in the theological faculties has really not contained anything
    • certain by word and deed that a real doctor is found, and that the
    • activity on the reality of the sacraments, the priest must be
    • outer nature. Second, the process that is active in the realm of a
    • of the spiritual world. And when you have a really active cure,
    • physicians understand their profession properly, they realize that
    • they enter directly into the realm of the spiritual. It only seems
    • this depth — beyond the merely physical and biological realm.
    • physical realm into the spiritual.
    • performed, and spirit streams into the actions. Spiritual reality is
    • the medical profession, and if the priest is a real priest, they can
    • sickbed, where often a priest has to intervene in life in a really
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    • esoteric realm of religious life. We have to realize that all
    • certain phenomena, not in the customary manner but in a really
    • concretely to the real human being, it provides an explanation of how
    • assemble the really essential material, the number of years medical
    • flavor of the apples, and so forth. That is really what they
    • from a really insane person. But the insane person is not able to
    • — there really are such men in Catholicism; one must not
    • worth except external worth. One must really rest in God with one's
    • realm. Usually it is at this time that the person finally gets in
    • medically — such “patients” say, priests can really
    • in bourgeois everyday life, these people become really insane, and
    • medicine and theology a real insight into human nature. One must be
    • really lead to fundamental esoteric knowledge. But it can also be
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    • been given this vague experience of its reality.
    • for instance, standing before them as a real person. That is the
    • the pain? The real spiritual world. It comes through the pain. The
    • transformed into ecstasy. It is really so. First there is pain in the
    • they enter the third stage they become really ill. At the same time
    • the most interesting phenomena in the realm of human evolution.
    • conventional way. In reality, time is different. The line I drew on
    • theoretical knowledge but really living into the things. Physicians
    • unbiased person. The philosophers deny its reality because their
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    • important that we look into the question: what is really inherited by
    • one need only look at the change of teeth itself to realize that this
    • really holds good only for the first seven years of life. Only for
    • surprising ways. Then the real individual is emerging. In the
    • life period. What seems to appear later as heredity is not really
    • further. But someone who really studies the nature of humanity will
    • answers the question: What does a child really perceive? The answer
    • In the spiritual world we are surrounded by realities very different
    • except this spiritual reality in all the colors, all the forms, all
    • What is really working when spiritual forces are working? Obviously
    • that is working? In reality, whatever has to do with an ego nature.
    • reality, all this is working upon the child. And out of these
    • not lead to any reality.
    • freed, one can only realize if one perceives that at fourteen years
    • purely in the realm of soul, its nature depending upon the
    • knowledge. The knowledge really sheds light on the relation between
    • up there above us is regarded as the entire sun. In reality the sun
    • either, really.
    • in health and in illness. For what do we really know of a human
    • realize that when we come to the end of our twenties, we find no more
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    • individual is really able to see into the spiritual world and to feel
    • very far — really requires the sensitivity of a physician who
    • for now the beginning of real pathological conditions can be found.
    • teacher, so that the teacher will realize what should be done for
    • accompanying symptoms I have mentioned. For it really happens in
    • different forms of real epilepsy or epileptoid symptoms
    • something in modern life that could be prevented if a real pastoral
    • medicine would come about. People do not realize that the first
    • should really only emerge during the second seven years.
    • can only be really understood if one grasps clearly the connection
    • always dependent upon the other, you will realize that in life too
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    • connection to the real spiritual world.
    • reach down into the bodily, natural realm.
    • they want to be a real pastor to the souls in their care, they also
    • point of view there is really not very much difference. From an inner
    • shortsighted ideas, one certainly will not perceive real connections.
    • both trivialities and non-trivialities from spiritual realms to the
    • realization only after he went through the gate of death. Now the
    • — which he doesn't really want to accept because he is still a
    • with the dog and the dog really bites him. Again the thought of it
    • activity from a really thoughtful perception of the world —
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    • good. As soon as they begin writing, they really “go
    • reality to be continuously creating the human being, working
    • not studied today in a real sense. It is lacking entirely from
    • differentiated. In reality, they are only the limbs, the outer shoots
    • real physiology of the senses when the physiologist is able to say: I
    • exhalation really goes into the human being. If we look at our
    • You can realize that
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    • Someone who is really
    • must realize that these forces alone would not be able to form the
    • not realize that the sun-being streams into us with every sense
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    • to do with pastoral medicine can really only come from such a point
    • our minds what really happens in the human being during sleep. The
    • really cannot be. That is why processes that go on in the physical
    • there so that the soul-life and spiritual life as a whole can really
    • really originate in the human organism. For they are fundamentally
    • — that whenever one penetrates to reality, one finds it has two
    • missing. They go on without really any inner working
    • If we observe too exuberant a growth in the etheric body, we realize
    • must know, because in reality one heals the human being through the
    • science. It really needs to be healed. One can indeed say, the
    • For whoever really looks at life can catch a view of illness
    • physicians must more and more become really practical individuals
    • conditions. Now they realized how the astral body and ego out of
    • what really binds us together. We are permeated by a different kind
    • abstraction. What really binds us together is the possession of
    • joining together, but they've never yet got anything real for a
    • doesn't even have to be a human being. It can be real, living
    • observing the world as it evolves, materialistic views don't really
    • bubbles in the reality of this world. If one bubble hits another, if
    • realized, is that one does not ever becomes a materialist if one is
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    • activity to be found in human thought and feeling. What really lies
    • world but in reality a dilettante, holds forth to the effect that one
    • science that is really striving to reach a higher level. These things
    • must be realized. And the individuals in the anthroposophical
    • This can only happen if we really develop our knowledge of the human
    • we really understand the place humanity has been given in this world.
    • can only be realized if it is related to the Platonic cosmic year;
    • We realize from simple
    • hikes. Only they don't know the real reason — but that doesn't
    • Hippocrates was really a latecomer as far as ancient medicine is
    • contemplates all this, one realizes that the whole world —
    • really nothing more than a system for giving names to stars. That is
    • details. Yet life really consists of details and of the irrational
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    • possesses a common consciousness of a spiritual realm containing
    • world. But this really happened in the old mysteries. Individuals saw
    • into spiritual realms and found knowledge there that led to valuable
    • only “real” in the coarse, tangible physical world. And
    • we descend too deeply, too intensely into physical corporeality, we
    • that is not true. In reality it is like the drawing below.
    • identified in modern consciousness with the realm of the lower gods,
    • appear. That is the realm of the Father God. When we sleep we enter
    • the realm of the Father God, we enter subnature, the realm of the
    • condition, the opposite pole to illness and have entered the realm of
    • earth-life, what is experienced clairvoyantly in the realm of the
    • life in nature. That is in reality what the physician does. It is the
    • mystery begins, the mystery that creates a great test for real
    • general human attitude. It is the nature of real knowledge that it
    • physician one part of the Mystery of Golgotha can be really
    • connection when we have real medicine.
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    • as recorded in the Book of Genesis. He explains the reality behind
    • back historically, or geologically, we must realise that, if we are
    • In order to realise
    • the outer garments of spiritual Beings who are the reality. Thus when
    • images, but think of it now as a real, cosmic, creative activity.
    • really wanted. Let us ask them what was their will, their purpose.
    • that. But we understand the nature of these Beings best if we realise
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    • as recorded in the Book of Genesis. He explains the reality behind
    • misunderstanding. You may take it as definite that it is a very real
    • of the real and the great problems of existence. So, although in a
    • even for the mind's eye. In reality this elemental existence is
    • something which is not really recognisable in the ordinary
    • and to combine substances, but is in reality of the nature of sound,
    • source of life, it is really vibrant, weaving life! Thus what has
    • comes to realise that truly it is by no mere chance that this great
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    • as recorded in the Book of Genesis. He explains the reality behind
    • which we have to ask ourselves is this — what kind of reality
    • the events there described really took place in the sphere of
    • really constituted the whole substance of Saturn, was in a kind of
    • by clairvoyant consciousness in spiritual realms. The group-souls of
    • that there arose the well-known conflict between realism and
    • names, or whether they were real spiritual entities. For clairvoyant
    • group-souls of the plants actually live as real Beings. And these
    • group-souls are one and the same reality as what we call species. At
    • still be found today, though only in spiritual realms. Let us hold
    • “partition” was really more like a notional one, and the
    • actually present in the spirit realm. At that time there was a
    • re-emergence in a supersensible realm of what we call plant species.
    • the matter in this way we realise that it was only after the fifth
    • evolutions amounted to preparatory stages for the real human
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    • as recorded in the Book of Genesis. He explains the reality behind
    • any other time. But there is really not time in these lectures to
    • outer aspect — the maya, the illusion — of what is really
    • there. In reality spiritual Beings are announcing themselves
    • Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters really mean that
    • which is what we should expect, if it really derives from occult
    • spirituality which was weaving in this realm — which was, so to
    • had to say about the real meaning of the words with which our Bible
    • God called the light Day. This is a real stumbling-block for the
    • these “days” of creation, they are really not worth bothering
    • what I am saying for years that you will acquire a real grasp of how
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    • as recorded in the Book of Genesis. He explains the reality behind
    • we have to look for much more reality — many more Beings —
    • recognise on the Sun the Beings who were still really Saturn Beings?
    • utterly incapable of penetrating to the real heart of Goethe's
    • and darkness, working together as two real polaric entities in the
    • fantasy; it is an illusion. Matter is in reality a soul-spiritual
    • realities of the universe. That would lead us completely astray. On
    • does it really mean to be awake? All the activity of our souls, all
    • Bible says with a wonderfully realistic description of the facts:
    • present day, when people scorn to penetrate to fundamental realities,
    • really make any sense of these words. What really lies behind
    • this passage faithfully with a real sense of the associations which
    • (English translation, 1929, out of print. [Not really! – e.Ed])
    • in times when man himself was really not yet there, these spiritual
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    • as recorded in the Book of Genesis. He explains the reality behind
    • lectures, and which is the nearest realm attainable behind our
    • maya that the real Beings reveal themselves. And if we scorn
    • referring to expressions, to manifestations, of real spiritualities,
    • sacrifice their own corporeality to supply the foundation, the basic
    • real force behind warmth; it has poured itself out into everything.
    • something self-existent and real, then they are dreaming. The
    • physicists take note of facts, describe facts — the real and
    • calculation — they are dealing with reality. But as soon as
    • This crude simile really does give a fair idea of the sort of
    • existence of atoms, as envisaged today, to be real. So long as atoms
    • is a hint of the reality they stand for. If we look at the tendency
    • maya to the real being behind it. Then it is useful. So let
    • at work in order that the water mounting upward from the realm of the
    • a realm to which we can only raise our spiritual gaze in dim
    • apprehension, it has to come from a sphere really above that of the
    • become a unity, and a unity possessing real being. What I am here
    • co-operate. To begin with, it was not real. Something real was first
    • stage, developed their own unity to a reality, so that they were no
    • group, and later become directed out of a unified organism. This real
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    • as recorded in the Book of Genesis. He explains the reality behind
    • but that you felt “The real being of this rose which hovers
    • reality. Johannes Thomasius in my Mystery Play goes through this
    • These pictures which are really living in the soul through meditation
    • to himself that he cannot yet know how far this is reality or
    • external spiritual reality or not; that is, he does not know whether
    • reality of a being whom he knows on the physical plane — Maria
    • between reality and mere picture-consciousness. Thus you can see that
    • distinguish between what is a manifestation of spiritual reality and
    • intended to express spiritual realities. The appearance of Professor
    • Capesius is a real picture of the young Capesius, as it is inscribed
    • real Strader as he will be in his old age. They are intended to be
    • real in the play, only Johannes Thomasius does not know it.
    • do not express real spiritual Beings, but a kind of organic
    • seemed to be spread out in space. In reality they merely represented
    • between outer and inner, with this perception that real objects are
    • something real formed in an external space from which we ourselves
    • that an inner spiritual reality in the beautiful object is
    • existed confronted them as an external phenomenon; and they realised
    • search for the secrets which are really hidden behind the words. Then
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    • as recorded in the Book of Genesis. He explains the reality behind
    • creation, unless we are clear that in reality it is not the physical
    • Let us try to realise
    • it really understood itself. But nevertheless if we study the course
    • this form. Man had to wait in the spiritual realm and to allow the
    • became animals. Man had to wait above in the spiritual realm. The
    • wait in the spiritual realm, in order to be able later to assume
    • is really very odd that the commentators should have argued as to
    • Thus the Luciferic influence has to be reckoned among the real
    • If now we look upon the expulsion from Paradise as really referring
    • Paradise. When you realise this it becomes almost palpable that those
    • realistic are the Bible descriptions! They are not just similes or
    • find this out if they really wanted to learn. If we studied
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    • as recorded in the Book of Genesis. He explains the reality behind
    • second, separate account of creation; really it is quite consistent
    • all with the eye of the seer one realises that along with what
    • reality lying behind the words used in describing the fourth
    • ourselves more closely what all this really signified for man in his
    • being. In the moon element man has something within him which really
    • came to them out of the realm wherein the Elohim, and Jahve-Elohim,
    • the regions whence their inspiration descended, into the realm of the
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    • as recorded in the Book of Genesis. He explains the reality behind
    • having taken place in higher, spiritual realms; and what we can see
    • actually mean? We only understand it aright if we realise that this
    • heavenly man.” That is what it really says. But if you take a
    • account there — thus making his Rainbow Bible really complete!
    • pictures represent? And then we realise that they too are the result
    • hearers readily realise how difficult it is to reach the depths upon
    • investigation, then the real difficulties begin to show themselves,
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    • that he might be the one to arouse in men a realisation of what had
    • necessary to realise that the connection is a direct result of the
    • together with the sense-perceptible, a spiritual reality. They did not
    • receiving a divine and spiritual reality that came forth to meet him
    • complicated, that it is real and objective, that it requires to be
    • unreal, preferring to regard it as a kind of hallucination that befell
    • and yet at the same time they deny the real, inner impulse of the
    • Either the event of Damascus was a reality, an event that can
    • be placed in the realm of reality, then Christianity has meaning;
    • has taken hold of mankind. That is the real reason for the existence
    • have a real understanding of the Resurrection. We set ourselves at
    • spectroscope — in such a world we shall never find the realm
    • earth. The time has come when man must realise with full and clear
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    • materialism to-day who have no real right to celebrate an Easter
    • direction of decline. It is very necessary to realise how far men are
    • from any real understanding of the Christ Impulse and how closely this
    • people have experienced what Bolshevism really is, something good can
    • These well-intentioned people are the really difficult ones to deal
    • with. They realise that civilisation is going downhill and are always
    • nothing really important about this interval of peace and that the
    • of human beings realise that unless a wave of spiritual revival passes
    • man is a God. But in ancient times there was reality behind it. Just
    • life, as immediate reality. As time went on, however, this vision of
    • beheld its reality. It was the outcome of sensory vision.
    • of death, to learn to realise that what can be seen of the
    • had himself experienced this super-sensible reality at Damascus.
    • reality. Men came to the point of enquiring into the super-sensible by
    • self-determination of nations, whereas the one and only reality
    • material brain really represents a process of decay: materialistic
    • have insight can discern here a mood that is in the real sense the
    • to man beyond death — this is what must become reality.
    • through death. — Not until it is realised that spiritual
    • fundamental crises of our time. Those who cannot realise this, who
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    • But those who realise the need for spiritual science will
    • what is really brought to light when the different teachings of the
    • from the realm of man and are called Bodhisattvas. Herein lies the
    • their comprehension; neither can they realise how such a Being
    • Christianity. He will realise that as in the case of the other
    • question, but that is not what concerns us at the moment. The really
    • civilisation with its firm footing in the earthly realm. The works of
    • beggar in the upper world than a king in the realm of the Shades.’
    • Christianity, it is a matter of realising what actually came to pass
    • before he was man, before he was a personality in the real sense. The
    • To feel this as a reality, we must go deeply into the occult truths
    • Divine Death and the Impulse proceeding from it, to realise that such
    • instead of him, a super-personal event’ ... they must realise that
    • this personal egoism and realise that they have no right to call
    • realisation belongs to future time.
    • reality.
    • A poet — Anastasius Grün — felt the reality of this.
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    • begin with — when it is realised that the immortal, eternal being
    • in the real sense be born, descends from spiritual worlds and is
    • spiritual qualities. Just as we see the spiritual reality expelled by
    • this entails the realisation that the picture of the Man of Sorrows on
    • Just as we must realise that the Christmas thought of birth has
    • realm of trivial sentimentality, so too we must realise how necessary
    • — of the real nature of the Being of Christ.
    • be no evil but something that had no real existence. But this feeling,
    • no longer a living reality — comes to an end on the Cross. We
    • we shall realise what power this direction of human feeling has
    • transformed. The Good Friday mood must be one that realises when
    • born, is to lose sight of the full reality. A man who is able to feel
    • sheath I have been born, my real being is both unborn and
    • sufficiently large number of men realise that the Spirit must come to
    • become a reality. This will express itself outwardly in the fact that
    • inner freedom, and of the real nature of the will which bears
    • semblance of pain would be to voice an unreality. In the deepest
    • sense, this pain must be conceived as reality — and not as its
    • cannot realise that whenever we speak of Christ we must look beyond
    • There must be a living realisation of the connection of this Spirit
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    • it before any real approach can be made to this greatest of all
    • primeval man in his dream-pictures belonged, in reality, to a waking
    • these dream-pictures was reality. In this way he felt and experienced
    • had descended to the earthly realm at the time of the Mystery of
    • realms. For birth and death, in the form in which they are experienced
    • what had already happened in the realm of the earth, and in the higher
    • Being we call the Christ to enter the realm of earthly life, the
    • interpretation of it as is possible to-day. But very little real
    • itself external. There is no realisation to-day of how differently men
    • In those early times there was full realisation that Christ Jesus,
    •  “men of earth; if only you can come to realise that here
    •  “of perception, a force so strong that you can realise that
    • reality of the super-earthly within the earthly, a far greater inner
    • the gods in their own realm — was proclaimed over and over again
    • power. Try to realise the power of it by thinking of the conditions
    • wisdom for the salvation of mankind. To penetrate into the realm of
    • realise clearly that man once possessed the power to behold and
    • never in any real sense be acquired unless, as in earlier times,
    • real vision of the eternal essence of the human soul when he engages
    • has a fleeting experience belonging to some elemental reality of
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    • the Gods), were to be seen on the kiosks. These things are really
    • realities, these Gods should be presented again in their Wagnerian
    • evolution of humanity, for the purpose of discovering the real
    • this study, but by doing so we shall realise what has been preserved
    • they were experienced in the spiritual world with as much reality as a
    • Folk-Soul. Clairvoyance, although dim and shadowy, was still a real
    • proclaimed, in revelations often fragmentary and broken, realities
    • reality of things — all this is connected with the firm and
    • around him realities that henceforth were no longer merely preserved
    • experience reality outside the physical body became increasingly rare.
    • in the reality of the higher realms of the spiritual worlds, for in
    • of a man to deny the reality of that which was perceptibly around him
    • religions was a perceived reality to the majority of human beings in
    • in gods, for to him they were realities. But this immediate reality
    • longer experience spiritual reality. Thus was the spiritual life
    • We must realise that the etheric body, which has descended very
    • formerly reality — in the physical sense — must gradually be
    • have conscious certainty that the spiritual is reality. What will
    • body while men still believe only in the reality of the physical
    • world, and have no consciousness of the reality of the spiritual,
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  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VII: Spiritual Bells of Easter, I
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    • comes to realise that the wellsprings of spiritual life can deliver us
    • the horizon of the Spirit, two inwardly allied tokens of reality. They
    • realised that the God heralded by Moses is the Christ Who was
    • was it, in reality, whom the ancient Hebrews worshipped? Who was their
    • of nature to realise that the God Who proclaimed Himself in the
    • In a very real sense, man is the only thinking being on the earth.
    • It is really and truly so. The thunder rolling in the heavens is
    • through material existence it is truth and reality when, looking
    • heights into physical, material corporeality. He has lost what
    • corporeality. But he must return again to spirituality, he must cast
    • meaning as that of Easter — then the soul will realise something
    • the sun and is living reality in the universe. The soul will feel
    • reality of the spiritual world will vanish from us and the certainty
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    • form; it had to be accomplished by a man in the real sense, a man with
    • to-day must be brought to realise what the Mystery of Golgotha
    • actually effected in this respect. What then was the real significance
    • observation of life the Buddha is led to the realisation: To be
    • spiritual worlds, brings the realisation that birth is not suffering
    • Christ is in reality, in the future they will learn to understand it,
    • Christ lives, just as Paul knew of Christ as living reality
    • anyone who really studies the matter understand the life of Elisabeth
    • every human ‘I’ can become. The secret is a reality — only men
    • understand and accept what has come to pass as fact, as reality.
    • having understood this, men will begin to realise in the innermost
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    • of the Mystery of Golgotha, we realise that those elements of the
    • this is a reality for every true occultist — we must say that
    • revelation during the latest cycle of mankind — will realise that
    • see into the spiritual world. They will also realise that this picture
    • or in the next, we may realise that newly-awakened faculties give us
    • outside, the physical body. From the point of view of real life we can
    • things begin to go wrong. Were men in reality to lose all faith, they
    • would actually perish; he would really meet with physical death.
    • reality, it is not sustained by external physical forces of attraction
    • credulous people of His time, that the millennium would be realised or
    • predictions of yours”, not realising that they just cannot see
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    • realisation that men, in their evolution, are neglecting something
    • people no longer have any real knowledge. To-day modern men generally
    • very real bearing on deep super-sensible processes in his life of soul.
    • replica of what is real in the spiritual worlds; we must expect the
    • centuries before the Christian era to realise what a countless number
    • in the reality and activity of those who had died. And whereas it
    • is perfectly true, and should be realised by Anthroposophists, that
    • We have, therefore, to look upon Anthroposophy as a real power; while
    • matter without strict adherence to special words. When we realise that
    • post-Atlantean culture-epoch, when people grow to realise more and
  • Title: Forming of Destiny: Lecture 1: Spiritual Life in the Physical World and Life Between Death and Rebirth
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    • product of the spiritual world, and how far in him are really to be
    • that by means of ordinary knowledge, we can really know but very
    • to throw light upon life's riddles — will make us realise that,
    • longer time between death and rebirth. For in reality, it will occur
    • Really, one can say, my dear friends, that when we enter physical
    • how little do we really know of it through external science? We must
    • must realise through that other knowledge which we have to assimilate
    • people, as I have often mentioned, but they are really suffering from
    • really proceeds from this. And I must again specially emphasise this,
    • really only see death here from the one side; after our death we see
    • Death is precisely the proof that in reality there is no death, that
    • investigation of the single facts of the spiritual world is really a
    • sleep, we really learn to know an amazing kingdom of Life. In this
    • much into consideration. Really, if everything in this external life
    • resolution to get up, you do it from habit; and you do not really come
    • really intimately connected with the whole existence of man, though in
    • hour. Really, without wishing to offend any of the dear friends
    • this, that the life between sleeping and waking is really enormously
    • review so presents itself that we really live backwards starting from
    • investigated. One really goes back through one's life, but not from
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    • Fraulein Stinde accomplished, really very considerably exhausted her
    • later one. But if we wish to estimate correctly the real point at
    • sectarians, derived from a few abnormal minds. But he who really
    • must really so grasp the more intimate work in our groups as to be
    • view is discovered — namely, that in reality we experience our
    • tableau. You must quite clearly understand what a man there really
    • knows: ‘I am an Ego!’ Here in physical life we realise our
    • man here on the physical plane only really feels his Ego through
    • first few days our vision is really directed only to our self, to our
    • that the world is outside us; after death we have really the
    • are really there. Man stands — with a few exceptions, which we
    • and the task of these years really lies in our experiencing them. Now,
    • this bitterness. I thus realise all the effects of my deeds and
    • the way in which they act in life. And this really makes life
    • and then these things change again. In the spiritual realms too, we
    • we have an interval of decay in the physical realm. Here you have
    • Turns her thought to Spirit Realms.
  • 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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    • relations the investigation becomes very complicated; but, in reality,
    • the Grecian epoch. From this you see that man's etheric body really
    • contains much more than he now realises. At present he evolves his
    • reality we know everything that can be learnt of Geometry. We know it
    • to our physical body as we now have, we should really be born as
    • For we should then really live amongst our fellow-men as automatons.
    • knowledge that really is very little noticed in the connections of
    • our fellow-men as wisdom in our astral body, but in reality our
    • We do not really consider what would have happened if that particular
    • does it mean for his epoch when a man, as in the case quoted, really
    • spiritual investigation. It is the following. In reality all our
    • really evolves more and more in a definite direction. One might call
    • of being.’ What do I really mean by this? Nowadays hardly
    • reality,’ and compared to this, mere thought is nothing.
    • of it. ‘Existence’ means the forcible realisation of that
    • really is the case that one confronts pure spiritual beings. They
    • really is disturbing. Many say: ‘A spiritual world indeed! —
    • a portion of their life which from the spiritual standpoint was really
    • present time it is very fitting that we really unite such a thought
    • there should be also those who point to the earth, who have really
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  • Title: Forming of Destiny: Lecture 4: The Connection Between the Spiritual and the Physical Worlds, and How They Are Experienced After Death
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    • bear upon this outer reality of his. And if at any time by some means
    • longer here, past events, events which as reality we can no longer
    • but these thoughts are fixed on reality — a reality certainly not
    • will realise that after the soul has passed through the gates of death
    • spiritual world as by an act of grace. One must wait. There is really
    • theoretically, as can any statement concerning physical reality;
    • denying spiritual reality by saying, ‘That cannot be proved; and
    • proved, unless it can be shown in the same way as a reality; even in
    • the spiritual world one must experience that which is reality.
    • finally arises all that pertains to the realm of art, to the artistic
    • which really has nothing to do with the immediate necessities of the
    • this we can think of the whole realm of art as something that man
    • creates here which is higher reality than the ordinary reality
    • world into the world of physical reality, so another world conjures up
    • transcending ordinary reality. That is an extraordinarily significant
    • immediate reality, such would our world be for the dead, if the souls
    • Now, such things as these are not really known in the physical life of
    • the external world that confronts it, which is really incorporated
    • other souls and relates itself to us. That really means the insertion
    • just as here some work of art rises above the ordinary reality which
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    • reality, in that one beholds it. But physically, even for those who do
    • merely one part of what really occurs; and all the efforts made to get
    • we try to cross the threshold and perceive that in which we really
    • really perceive this wisdom with the ordinary consciousness, but one
    • actions of our will. This spectator is really always present. He
    • memory, and in so far as we are physical men here, we really live
    • himself, recognises this. When he looks into himself, he really looks
    • gives a lecture on what one really sees in the spiritual world, one
    • the things afresh. When the spiritual seer really looks into the
    • enables him to form real conceptions of these things. The concept
    • reality, but man must take part in this production of concepts. In
    • world as real.’ In our time there are plenty of examples of this.
    • a few remarks about a really extraordinary and significant novel of
    • It is called Hofrat Eysenhardt. It is really one of the best
    • in a really wonderful manner, only one single individual is depicted:
    • blameworthy criminals, than with innocent defendants, who really are
    • realise where he was.’
    • One day when he went to the Court-house, he really lacked the courage
    • vision which the Hofrat had during the night. The Hofrat was really a
    • am really in danger of going mad.’ That conclusion would be
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    • to develop the feeling that in reality the inner spiritual psychic
    • pours into the external nature of man. External Science really only
    • in summer. In earlier times humanity really lived together with
    • progress, especially in the last decades, so that anyone who really
    • reality. And many, speaking from the depths of their philosophy, say:
    • merely his image, so we really have only images of the whole external
    • What is really the origin of this critical resignation, of this
    • image I see real events. I have nothing but the image, but I see an
    • absolutely real occurrence through the mirror image. And I should be a
    • Itself,’ which is the real outer world.
    • Philosophy’ really think? Thought is to a great extent lacking in
    • our time. It is really at a stand-still. And we have stood still at
    • adjectives, etc., but says they all signify nothing real. In the outer
    • into words that we really do not have his thoughts and soul images,
    • our age to think thus. And it can really be said of these people that
    • of accidental senses, that we can never get to what really underlies
    • reality one can never reach that which lived in the genius of Goethe.
    • — but the thinking of those who are really the clever men of
    • The matter has, however, really another aspect. We must be clear that
    • its reality what, for example, Spiritual Science seeks to give. For
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  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture I
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    • a product of activity. What is seemingly completed is really a stage
    • ceaseless activity. In reality this activity is Karma.
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    • The real meaning of the cross is infinitely deep. The old sagas also
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    • the air in this way is warmth; it is really a fine etheric substance,
    • reality. The perception of warmth is the receiving of something that
    • the Epiphysis, the organ which will give reality to the images which
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    • something of this kind becomes outer reality, it manifests as illness.
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    • spheres in order to understand the real mechanism of Karma.
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    • reality he had arose out of his own inner life. This was in its very
    • wish for the physical. Man at that time had a real craving for the
    • perceives realities. The occult pupil learns to perceive such
    • realities on the Astral Plane. He then has a reality around him.
    • by a reality even in deep sleep. Then begins continuity of
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    • Today, in order to realise that this is so, one must in the first
    • are in reality the most concrete, for they are etheric forces. As soon
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    • have yet to ascend to higher stages. We must realise that we have a
    • to the Church, so that, could it have been realised, a powerful and
    • everywhere of a real spirit, to seek for it, and to perceive what is
    • The secret of the Manicheans was that they realised
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    • Today we are surrounded by physical reality, by sun, moon and stars.
    • through his soul will then be reality. So the theosophical conception
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    • seven real initiates at one time; the others were occult pupils of
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    • creates is not there in reality. The mere form worked upon by the
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    • realise that a thought is only the expression of the body of the
    • corresponds with reality. It is also because a higher being is working
    • realities which have arisen through the fructifying impulse of higher
    • This shows us that with our words we produce impressions in the realm
    • of the Son, in the realm of the second Logos. These return as the
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    • wandered over the earth was then really a being folded together. The
    • of realities. When he was approached by another human being
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    • higher self. In order however really to get to know the higher self we
    • what is merely the shell of a person is his real individuality. Very
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    • Atma, the power to transpose all this into reality. Thus we establish
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    • everything was only indicated. These one calls four Globes; in reality
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    • process within the realm of life. Out of what is there something new
    • possess such an astral vision; they know that gnomes are realities.
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    • thought into reality. Such is the relationship between the wise men of
    • beings today is merely a kind of knowledge will become actual reality,
    • a reality. The Sixth Sub-Race is destined to replace blood
    • real too soon and too strongly what has come forth from Manas.
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    • realises that the actual source of these modern illnesses is nothing
    • But a real improvement will never come about through these external
    • be the foundation of real processes.
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    • that it developed no real sense for material culture. It possessed
    • Gita no longer give any real picture of the mighty conceptions of the
    • must realise that this great primal spiritual teaching underwent a
    • turn away from illusion you will realise that there is no such thing
    • reality, presents a plurality, a multiplicity. The Gods which were
    • carry into the human realm all that had been held in veneration in the
    • is the reality out of which our present-day civilisation developed: it
    • Stranger’, someone who does not really belong; ‘Galilee’ means a small
    • received. It is here that Christianity first finds its real
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    • realize that there are as many riddles as there are people. Even
    • this fact is not really relevant to his point, which comes out only
    • when the real foolishness will be to believe that the human being
    • unite itself with physical corporeality? How can it clothe itself in
    • solution of this riddle. Only when one seeks to encompass reality in
    • degenerate into unhealthy extremes, we realize just how important this
    • trials. The child must feel that the teacher has known real pain. Let
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Animal Soul
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    • together. And it will be realized that the riddles connected with
    • cognition. He alone can speak of knowledge in the real sense who says
    • can bring to realization in my spirit in acts of knowledge, must be
    • “spirit” we realize that it reveals itself in all worlds,
    • super-sensible, members — are realities because he has developed
    • man are realities, and as invisible members underlie the visible
    • realities only to the spiritual investigator, it may nevertheless be
    • from the fact that the etheric body is a reality to the spiritual
    • What do we really mean when we speak of “spirit”? We
    • ascribe to spirit that reality which we ourselves experience, as it
    • in space and time. When we look at the lifeless realm of nature, we
    • is frozen, as it were, in the lifeless realm of existence with the
    • cling less to words and to keep the real point more in mind —
    • animal experiences the inner, bodily reality in which the spirit is
    • Intelligence?” by Zell, a writer of great value in the realm of
    • works further upon his organs, how he really teaches his organs. From
    • this, however, we realize that in his individual life man is in
    • Once we have grasped what the spirit really is and how the spirit
    • by analogy. But if these things are taken as they really are and not
    • experiences inwardly will be incapable of any real observation of the
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    • human life of soul and that of the animals. We realized that the
    • products he makes. It might really be said: Into what the animal does
    • soul is, as it were, the spirit that has entered reality. An
    • form, these forces are really active and coming to expression. Then
    • these forces close down. But when they are really within the
    • forces are there in human life as realities.
    • through the soul, in gesture. Hence we feel ourselves really
    • observation show us how in reality the spirit lives itself out in the
    • not enough simply to take things on trust; we must realize that
    • realm of speech-sound, of concept and of what we call ego being, the
    • speech-sound, concept or idea, and consciousness of self. In reality
    • harshness or the pleasing tone of a voice. Those who really observe
    • the word content. To give you an example of what I mean, really not
    • we bear in mind that this realm is the “gesture” of
    • itself out in the innermost being, there is realized from the outset,
    • realizes and develops the concept itself. In a certain relation man
    • is in a quite different situation where the realization of a concept
    • That is really an
    • be the wrong way to approach the matter. We have, however, to realize
    • of the spiritual world, by seeking the real significance of the human
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    • exist in space is, for them, beyond the realm of possibility.
    • existed the Mystery centres which really fulfilled the functions alike
    • knowledge corresponding to reality can ever be attained through
    • the trouble really to understand the world around us.
    • at which it is possible for him really to receive answers to his
    • would not be real answers. You must cast your problems into flower and
    • Thus the real content of ancient initiation is still present, but in
    • again to earth by the moon, by the moonlight. He realises that his
    • behind which there lies a significant spiritual reality.
    • that a spiritual reality was behind the physical fact. He knew that
    • Here again we approach a spiritual reality in a physical event. Today
    • recurring as they do in the course of every year, may really be looked
    • the facts are nevertheless real — just as real as the attraction
    • We must learn again what it really signifies when the sun sends its
    • real and living way.
    • apply to the whole realm of nature truths which first come to us as
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    • materialistic thinking, a spiritual reality is contained and that this
    • what I am now saying represents the reality is quite beside the point;
    • outer corporeality of what passed away with the Moon-existence or was
    • particular way, is a reality. And again, if more insight is to be
    • so on. In short, they were answers relating to the realm of physics,
    • reality, we must say: Venus, Mercury, Moon and the rest, all
    • for man, in the unconscious realms of his life as well. To take a
    • control — the initiates realised that copper must be administered
    • If, therefore, a man speaks out of real knowledge of copper as a means
    • is only apparently so; in reality he is part and parcel of the whole
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    • language. But modern language cannot penetrate directly into the realm
    • attempt to fathom the realities of the spirit-and-soul by using words
    • exposition of the subject could ever reach the reality. It can
    • merest indications can be given — it is really not possible to
    • called to this radical reversal. For it is essential to realise once
    • conform with the reality. Man must be willing to metamorphose his
    • possess between death and a new birth, the real nature of man's life
    • must be fathomed either between death and rebirth, or in the realm of
    • ideas. The pictures of memory are really identical in nature with
    • sees the cosmos as a moral reality, not as a physical reality. And
    • reality of the spirit and soul of a man when confronting the physical
    • will realise that this is connected with the forming of karma, that
    • there are, in reality, only the physical cosmos and the etheric
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    • reality. Let me remind you of what on various occasions I have already
    • reality, we must not call the rose an entity in the same sense as a
    • rock-crystal. For in terms of reality we must speak in that way only
    • this is why human thinking is so far from grasping reality and men
    • reaching realities. We do not arrive at anything real. We arrive at
    • physical corporeality, etheric corporeality; that is, in the actual
    • view a living geography and geology of the earth; it will be realised
    • We must realise that such attributes as we find, for instance, in the
    • physical and chemical means. In reality, carbon is the element which
    • aphorism to emphasise that in reality materialism as a
    • known; on the contrary, too little is known about it. What is really
    • practical side. And one really never gets beyond the most primitive
    • science. Spiritual science alone is the true science of reality.
    • again through the new spiritual science. It was once within the realm
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    • has really succeeded in thus planting Lycurgus or Alcibiades on their
    • a real sense of what it is that our present moment has brought us.
    • how it lived in post-Atlantean times, and we have grown to realise in
    • “he as spirit has part.” But man also sees that in the realm
    • that by real human work the seed may be planted for the spiritual life
    • efforts. Try to find it, and although you may realise that there are
    • tolerance is not really there and if we do not really practice it.
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    • cannot be fully realised by present-day humanity insofar as external
    • culture is concerned. Least of all can it be realised in the countries
    • realises through self-observation what it is that he experiences in
    • realises this at first in such a way that he feels within this body
    • difference, or one might say the relationship, between the realisation
    • brain, and the physical brain itself. We then realise how we create
    • realise how intimate is the connection of the brain with the etheric
    • gives us a really faithful image of the functions and processes in the
    • anything about these things will at once feel that they really are as
    • etheric counterpart. This is the case, but it is not a really
    • of the great initiates as the real driving force, the real
    • as originating in specifically Christian prejudice. In reality it is
    • because they can meet them as spiritual beings and gain a real
    • phenomenon that, in reality, in accordance with the principle of
    • The important thing is to realise wherein consists the actual
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    • life of the soul in the real anthroposophical sense, we must gradually
    • certainly do not. Anyone really pursuing the practical path into the
    • preference than from any real necessity, to a certain extent this may
    • observation is really attained, it takes place at first in the etheric
    • that our words re-echo what in actual reality is only experienced in
    • consciousness what, in its reality, is only present in the higher
    • quite real and actual, a spiritual reality. Lucifer, for instance,
    • say it in a real and literal sense. For what in super-sensible worlds
    • him as an imperfection or moral flaw performs something real,
    • called desires, but by means of a real process. If the clairvoyant
    • This gives some idea of how desires and cravings are real forces,
    • placed where all that we lack appears before us as something real, or
    • ugliness, quite in place in the world of the senses, can really no
    • unable directly to express, to manifest, their real nature in their
    • consciousness than really coincides with a strictly correct
    • right in calling it beautiful. It may really be the ugliest being in
    • After due reflection he will say, “I must really leave behind
    • really to experience such a thing, to feel it livingly, to lay aside
    • experience that really has nothing to do with theory. It is a living
    • experience such as we have in the world of reality when we actually
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    • world” is really only a gathering up of all that streams in
    • “inner world” is in ordinary life, we can in reality put
    • is a longing to know what man really is within the limits of birth and
    • pictorially, it may really be said that what one talks about in
    • of it with us. Here we have a contradiction, but really it is not
    • consciousness, and with it lose all our real self. This happens when
    • laying aside the body he has forgotten. Here you have the real answer
    • That is the real definition of human immortality. Through initiation
    • that one rushes headlong into the unreal and the vague; everything
    • mercy or consideration, the really grievous faults one knows oneself
    • of humanity. With real force of thought and meditation, one's moral
    • we must call attention to a most remarkable phenomenon that really has
    • awakened. That is really the most apt expression one can use. But one
    • ordinary life it happens unconsciously. He really goes through what I
    • there One realises when in the etheric body that the physical body
    • body, one realises, “It is as if I had first lived in myself, and
    • becomes intensely real. I refer to the scene in which
    • realise you bear within you as pure image — this is the next
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    • follow. It is not good to neglect this. It really amounts to this,
    • feeling, and also realise how to assess your value as a man of soul.
    • must say, “I am this being.” In reality that is the true
    • felt in face of the world as a whole. You are really everything in
    • chapters, or sections, of the really great poetic works. These moods
    • echo of what can really only be represented in its original state
    • these lines of the Gita when you realise that all I have just been
    • really feel anything external anywhere, you only feel the one point in
    • really at rest. Everywhere you feel yourself in this revolving
    • existence!” This is what you realise to be the very fundamental
    • accept a real description of the higher worlds. If that is really what
    • only then does it become possible to speak with reality of a contrast
    • simply arises from the realisation that in sensory existence it is
    • Real meaning lies in something quite different. What underlies
  • Title: Initiation/Passing Moment: Lecture VI
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    • From the previous lectures you will perhaps have realised how
    • indispensable to anyone really wanting to undertake the first or
    • reaching super-sensible worlds. But in comparison with the real
    • something within it that is really repeated and appears in all worlds.
    • there as the great Light-bearer who leads, really leads, to bringing
    • down into sensory existence all the treasures that pertain to real
    • initiation or by death, it is really Lucifer who acts as his
    • with Lucifer in higher worlds are really only present when man takes
    • Lucifer really is in higher worlds, a reflection of his creative
    • the super-sensible world, we really only need to purify and cleanse
    • existence. No doubt they say it because they unconsciously realise how
    • on the altar of eternity. When we let Ahriman help us with the real
    • Through this we can realise how easy it is for descriptions to be
    • superficial when answering questions that show so little real thought
    • are only possible, there are really no such utterances, no such
    • spiritual world, we realise, for example, “I have lived on earth
    • death and rebirth in super-sensible worlds becomes of real, practical
    • reality is projected onto the space of the wall behind. But it is not
    • real at all; it is you who have transplanted it there. In the same
  • Title: Initiation/Passing Moment: Lecture VII
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    • judgement and active understanding hold the field, will really be able
    • to the realisation that, in this age, there is need for the sifting
    • of responsibility in face of what is given from the realm of spiritual
    • really to be considered, things that have to be effectively pointed
    • out by the science that can be drawn from real observation of
    • purifying force of thinking really works in such a way that it leads
    • personal scientific conviction. In reality, however, it is their fear
  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 1: The Four Spheres of the Inner Life
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    • Will, and we realise our connection not only with the planets but
    • planetary system has been necessary and we realise we are born from a
    • two realms of existence are connected. A secondary aim will be to
    • scientific realms which to many might perhaps at first appear to be
    • for to the inner life of man belong not only the three realms we have
    • immediately in that realm of the inner life of man which contains
    • to the realm which embraces the happiness and sorrow of human life.
    • in referring to the realm of will we are dealing with that element
    • either case we are always dealing with what lies in the realm of
    • man can really possess as a soul-being, is expressed, when we mention
    • these four realms: Perceptions, Thought, Feeling and Will.
    • really enter very much into the consciousness of man; at the most it
    • must really hold good for all our fellow-men and it must also be
    • our will! The great variety of human action really comes about
    • Thus we realise that we only
    • outside the body, when he really experiences this spiritual
    • intention which always affects what he really wants to know. If, for
    • can really leave the physical bodily-part in a way similar to what is
    • with, to feel really confronted with the inner life of man. He will
    • this world, one really feels as if one has left one's body.
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  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 2: The Vision of the Ideal Human Being
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    • different spiritual points of view are we really able to arrive at
    • spiritual research, to realise that one only really solves the riddle
    • treasure in the memory, we are thereby really able to change our
    • memory is the first really spiritual thing through which we lift
    • realms, whereas the treasure of memory comes forth from what we have
    • have not known before, something that really emerges like flowers
    • man really goes through what we are describing to-day, he steps out
    • his body as existing afterwards. He really exists only within
    • from his body he is really able to enter into the realms we pass
    • concretely into the realms in which we live between death and
    • that which concerns the deeper matters of the soul can only really be
    • does not really come to life in physical man as he is at present, but
    • knowledge cannot exist there; for in the spiritual world we realise
    • really strive towards what we see there. Into our willing-feeling,
    • and which has such an effect that we gradually gain the power really
    • may really feel that he speaks to our heart from outside, we feel
    • would change into perfection. This they would really do. We might
    • it has not realised on its path so far, and which lie in the
    • and then try to realise that the Gods rule in this soul-nature which
  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 3: The Senses and the Luciferic Temptation
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    • also show us what a complicated being man really is as he exists in
    • that which it is possible for man to become if he really develops all
    • with human nature really work together with one object, that of
    • really surges in upon him. When in the physical world, he opens his
    • really attains the form of ideas, only a tiny portion really enters
    • in reality the following comes to light: —
    • really is that comes to us as light. This light has a great deal
    • In what we perceive, we really
    • Imagination, Inspiration, and Intuition were really to enter our
    • great deal really takes place in the inner part of human nature, and
    • really to stand before your physical body in such a way that you
    • The physical body would really
    • is, once more, not really what it could be according to its whole
    • consciousness as feeling, is only the shadow of what really lives
    • in feeling live the Spiritual Beings who are really at the back of
    • rest remains outside our consciousness. What does it really mean when
    • we say that the rest remains outside our consciousness? It is really
    • produce within us something that is really like a ‘killing’
    • have is not really born in us, it does not come fully into existence.
    • really makes feeling into a living being, into a living being whose
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  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 4: Wisdom in the Spiritual World
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    • reality out of wisdom as something creative. The form of nature
    • spirit-world the important thing is to create as a free reality
    • be done by a right realisation of Christ. We prove Him not by logic
    • physical plane we are confronted with what we call reality,
    • plane as the ‘reality’ that presses in upon him. But as
    • knowledge of this reality, the case is different. As children we have
    • external reality, does not of itself yield up the contents of its
    • towards him in its reality. Wisdom that we acquire with trouble in
    • approach the ideal of humanity as real being. This approach has to
    • not recognise any reality in spirit, who said during his life, ‘All
    • physical reality in his next incarnation. He is to produce what he
    • called reality from this wisdom, he is to diminish this wisdom;
    • it is. He is unable to form reality out of it. This dreadful
    • last life here on the physical plane he relied only upon reality,
    • as it were, from spirit and he is unable to produce anything real out
    • into physical reality, I shall not have produced reality by myself.’
    • reality one had formerly believed in, A man is then choked or drowned
    • the instinctive desire really to introduce this balance into our
    • admit this connection has another result when we really understand
    • awaken feelings through the ideas it gives us. To one who really
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  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 5: Between Death and the 'Cosmic Midnight Hour'
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    • first he is unconscious of the starry world in which he is really
    • really happened — but spiritually — similar to what would
    • course like a memory-tableau really only lasts for some days. Our
    • which it is necessary for us to develop soul-forces which had really
    • body were but a shadow and that in them there really lives and
    • thoughts really were now stands before thee. We now first learn by
    • the first period after death; but this begins to live, really to
    • Think how very different this life between death and rebirth really
    • in such a manner in this world, which really is ourselves, in the
    • will are really able to find an outlet through the body. Even though
    • we really have a desire for our body. We absolutely long for our
    • we really have to experience in a reversed direction everything that
    • connection with our friend: it is really so with everyone.
    • ours in our last earthly life. It is now really the case that we feel
    • us. We have gradually to develop a will — and this we really do
    • of our will as an absolute reality of the spiritual world. Let us
    • The elemental beings thereby become real to us and we gradually
    • word ‘space’ here, for in reality it is not space, but we
    • life and used in such a way that our body shall really live and that
    • these words signify actual realities.
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  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 6: Pleasures and Sufferings in the Life Beyond
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    • but he then realises that the materialistically inclined are obsessed
    • must work creatively on oneself. One realises not only one's
    • that with enjoyments such as these, we really prepare infinite pain
    • comprehend human life and really to acquire the right instinct to
    • more complicated when we get real insight into it; but we cannot
    • death; but he really retains certain forces within him which he would
    • through an accident. If we really wish to survey these things with
    • understanding, we have to realise that in the spiritual world the
    • standpoint of life is really quite different from what it can be in
    • really becomes fruit and again seed in the regular course of
    • in reality nothing is lost in the works of nature. Spirit rules in
    • themselves and really enter into this spiritual life, become
    • more. But here we are considering the material realm. The spiritual
    • should really not forget ourselves up to the Midnight Hour of
    • having formed our archetype in the spiritual world. In reality,
  • Title: Inner Aspect of the Social Question: Lecture I
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    • concerns. Steiner asserts that we must begin by giving real value to
    • surface the real inner man. We first become aware of this inner man
    • and you will realise the following: the
    • anyone if he realises that all the generations of the gods, all the
    • plant gazes on the lifeless realm of the minerals. ... Certainly it
    • animals in relation to the plants, and again in the human realm,
    • becomes for him a real cosmic soul-experience. [
    • Science does not only talk about spiritual reality; its aim is to let
    • the reality of the spirit flow directly into all it says. It strives
    • happenings are the only reality. From these happenings, as they run
    • reality into the world through the soul of man. This living spirit is
    • essential to any real solution of the social problem? How can such a
    • relation to the realm of law and human rights can be found to-day
    • experience of the living reality of the spirit in man, how it has
    • these other realms of existence.
    • Christ passed through the Mystery of Golgotha, but the real
    • about the Spiritual, but to let the living reality of the spirit
    • search of men in order to realize their purpose for the Earth with
    • various realms of the soul. Above all we must seek to deepen social
    • evolution of mankind, and sought through men to realize their aims
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    • concerns. Steiner asserts that we must begin by giving real value to
    • is that a certain realm of society, embracing all that has to do with
    • alongside the other realms. This realm will include the upbringing of
    • These two realms must be separated once more. The political
    • realm of domestic economy, where commodities circulate — that
    • really understands the world, the earthly spiritual life which
    • character from the experiences we have had in super-sensible realms
    • stands towards the super-sensible world in so intimate, real and
    • rightful Prince of this world is he for whom the political realm
    • organism, in the sense of spiritual science. It is the realm
    • third, the economic realm. Just think, my dear friends, how economic
    • the word are fraternal. In no other realm than that of economic life
    • realms after death. That is how the third member of the social
    • super-earthly realms — that he bears in himself the fruits of
    • human life in such a way as to realise that every human fellowship is
    • of Jehovah-religions. To-day we a