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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • whether or not they are really true. He must have neither doubt nor
    • though it is really easy, it does hold true here that the easy is
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • ‘done thing’ since the days of yore, these are the really
    • normal educational preparation this is really not to difficult, but
    • man is the really creative active one, and woman more the companion,
    • not really speak of the women's question in general at all, because
    • regarded as a learned profession was really little more than a higher
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • be purely physical, but as material processes they are really the
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • little of all you do from morning to evening is really the outcome of
    • calls his thoughts are related to what thoughts really are as a
    • element in which we are really awake brings us shadow-images of the
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • his time and energy really thinking through what he has heard from his
    • 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.
    • 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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    • with the world of the senses, I do not really live within my full
    • come to me, and I cannot really know myself as man.”
  • 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
    • "Behold in this reminder of death what you really are as human beings.
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • Hegel says, in a form so apparently quite incomprehensible, can really
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • we really succeed in strengthening the powers that otherwise slumber
    • How unwilling people are to learn anything really new! They cling to
    • that it sees Christ as the Being that once really entered into human
    • Let's think for a moment of Giordano Bruno — what did he really do?
    • doesn't really exist, but that people think it does simply because of their
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • entire map of Europe would have been different. But this battle really
    • Christ is really here, is again on this earth, but as an ether body
    • military hospital. Little seven-year-old Theodor was really a sunny
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • can understand what we are really doing in respect of our connection
    • really nullifies what is expressed in the noun. For when true manhood
    • of barbarism and the like. Those who try to realize how things really
  • 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
    • We shall then really be
    • really exists. At present, the materialistic theories are not yet
    • will really arise; these will then be reality.
    • which may be felt in advance, a time which will really exist during
  • 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
    • justifiable answer can be made, viz: that the world really satisfies all human
    • It is true that people possessed of really healthy impressions about the
    • actual fact that this “spiritual eye” really beholds a stream of
    • added if it is really to become intelligible to human beings. I should prefer
    • due to other conditions of life. The better these facts are really
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • In this way we shall learn to see the human being. And we shall really
    • listen to a serious warning of what it will really mean for the world
    • living colours. Lastly, as they learn really to see one another, they
    • 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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    • 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
    • social democracy is really so, and must be so understood.
    • 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
    • mean possession of adequate insight, really have no knowledge. Thus
    • in opposition to anti-social forces? What is really required? I said
    • the education of children. For we can really develop this imaginative
    • of ten years old. I will try to forget that I was that; I will really
    • the Central European nations is really suited for political life. When
    • unity in 1848 and that which was really established in 1871
    • There you see the swing of the pendulum, the shift from that which really
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • 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
    • did it never really come to the surface?
    • simply did not know what spirit really is from the standpoint of a man
    • Taking it all in all, what Hermann Grimm said about Goethe is really
    • an extraordinarily good, a really splendid piece of writing — only it
    • 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
    • culture did not really belong to the epoch beginning in the middle of
    • himself on his knowledge, but asks: ‘What does this really give to the
    • distributed over the whole body but are really centralised in the
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • knowledge of super-sensible worlds really fruitful in ordinary life. It can
    • 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
    • everything. Now it is essential for people really to develop a sense for the
    • become social if they really meet one another in life, and something
    • human beings to develop really social impulses. And one of these social
    • really develops a knowledge of man that is at one and the same time a
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • the aeriform element all the time. We can really think of the air as
    • are not in the habit of thinking in a really unprejudiced way about
  • 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
    • really nothing to do with our own essential being beyond the fact that
    • 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
    • as described by modern physiology or anatomy. If you really take
    • the universe really is. Where are the sources of life? They lie in
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • life; speaking is largely connected with organic life; walking really
    • ‘a priori.’ But the term ‘a priori’ really tells
    • thinking, which is, however, really of the nature of will? —
    • picture of the world existing in natural science there are really no
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • souls feeling and sensing the true significance of the event. Are we really
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • We really have three such times of festival in Christian tradition:
    • abstract to us, revealed at that time something really living, because
    • 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
    • Christmas Tree really? It is not so easy to find its meaning. In
    • 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
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • One cannot really put the question concerning freedom in the way that
    • 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
    • really living connection with the external world, when with our ego we
    • in comparison with that of the ancient Persians, really amounts to
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • It is an actual fact that this name which Man gives himself is really
    • it really to be hollow from the spiritual point of view.) In the
    • In itself it is really interesting — if one has a mathematical bent
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • alas, is only really present in pre-earthly existence. Here in this
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • civilization was based. It meant that really enlightened people in those
    • 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
    • Then we will really be
    • about at the same time so that these things can really be applied.
    • 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
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • 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
    • I really could only present the principles aphoristically to you today.
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • spiritual reality. It is the Beings of the Hierarchies who are really
    • never really see the Moon itself; we see at most a scanty indication
    • really is. Your European teachers no longer know it. Since the decline
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • our anthroposophical understanding of times and seasons, if we are really
    • that one can really do for Raphael as a personality is to write of how one
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • resurrection to the disciples who were really initiated?
    • the approach of the Mystery of Golgotha people really felt that death
    • had remained the same as in the past, where they did not really know
    • 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
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • relationships, Freemasonry. Freemasonry really belongs here, in spite
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • 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
    • proofs are really only circumstantial explanations to the effect that
    • thought was really tending towards true Occultism. This is known to
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • this intercourse the spiritual world can be described as it really is;
    • but really to become accustomed to the total reversal of the familiar
    • but one cannot really understand anatomy without such pictures. I
    • 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
    • the dead seems to say to us is really what we are saying to him.
    • human being. A great deal of what we undertake in life is really
    • really a kind of compassion — no matter whether such children
    • It is really so that a clear distinction can be drawn between these
    • really always present, they are not lost to the world. I have spoken
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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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
    • being. The really criminal thing is that nowadays people monkey
    • to an understanding of what is really happening and its connection to
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • become so personal and really want to let personal feelings cloud
    • really be a work of art. The alterations made by the artist in what
    • 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
    • need — he should really have called it “ensouling”
    • enough, to master matter, to penetrate into matter as it really
    • Madonna, the Venus of Milo — if it is really a work of art, it
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • In conversation about Kant, Goethe would not let himself become really
    • 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
    • man. And so Spiritual Science is really serving those dark but
    • really a trinity, a threefold being. Today both revelation and
    • The facts of the present time really prove that this insight must be
    • people will be really interested only in what the State does. Then, in
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • 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
    • life. The beginning of a human life may really be said to consist of
    • 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
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • already show that this science is quite unaware of what they really
    • really mean what lies behind the eye, within the soul. And if I now
    • 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
    • namely, that the element of time is really permanent; it is a thing
    • It is not really so. For the life of time is a reality. As the spatial
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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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
    • detrimental feelings out into the country and are really permeated by
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • of an example of really objective human action. — An architect builds
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • while feeling is darker and really a kind of dreaming, and
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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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
    • human soul translates what is really individualised cosmic
    • individualised Logos. One cannot really say: this forming of
    • us: the human speech that is directed inwards. It can really be
    • Cosmos and is individualized in the human being, there is really
    • softer.... Really this should be described differently. When these
    • something that is not really there: of Matter — or (which is no
    • the created world, which is really nothing but the outer Glory of
    • mankind may really come about, and that earthly life may not fall into
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • thought, really contradict the genuine results of scientific
    • achieved by this really serious research into the life of Jesus.
    • make of a God in whom it cannot really believe? The only proof it has
    • Mysteries really were in their true nature. All that was accomplished
    • him and the world to which he really belongs. The idea of the
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • would-be learned gentleman remarked: “Goethe was really a Mystic,
    • And now let us speak of what is really the fundamental conviction of
    • which is, however, more than an image. Those who really know what they
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • of Aristotle and of Plato, by showing that there was really no
    • Truly these things are grave when we see them as they really are. I
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • 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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    • human being really consist of animal forms. He even had the courage
    • What does really take place? — You see, I would like to
    • 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
    • Tübingen, because nobody really understood his true value and
    • year of Planck’s death, and they really convey exactly what we
    • who believe that they really are in touch with the most practical
    • else. Let us recall the thoughts that should really be connected with
    • people, because they know so little what psychology really is!),
    • observation of life, those who have really reached the point of
    • peculiar mother. One does not know if he is really the son of the old
    • does not really know anything beyond what he is saying. They have not
    • all-encompassing knowledge, one that can really be proved in every
    • they really achieved extraordinary things in the meaning of
    • nevertheless it is THEY who really dream, for they have never really
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • dwelling-place of the God. And it is really the case that the farther
    • Sphinx. What is really at the root of it? Why has it developed in
    • invented.” To these words there should really be added: “Styles
    • 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
    • body and Ego — or Manas and Kama-Manas ... this is really
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • never had a strong footing in Galilee, had never really penetrated
    • about by the Crusades. The really important outcome of this was (the
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • really connect with the necessities or laws of Nature. For the
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • 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
    • was completely lacking in spirituality. It was really so. There you
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • This later phase of evolution cannot really be said to have begun in
    • really learn a lesson from the technique of Scholastic thought, but
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • ethereal or elemental. Whether or not the expression is really
    • experience. It is really so. This might well lead the human being to
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • the innovations to be really sweeping. That, however, had the effect
    • but inasmuch as they spoke of their Gods, they did not really speak
    • really underlies them. Let us suppose that at some time a personality
    • 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
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • could really say: we see them. Entirely abstract thinking has only
    • is really a reproduction of Imaginations only belonged to
    • really than developing a sort of group-sexuality. One could say that
    • of the Peoples or of the Nations’ is really only to be
    • which is really a universal sign, spread over the world. Most amusing
  • Title: Lecture III: Ancient Myths
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    • Luciferic and Ahrimanic, is really bound up with the microcosmic
    • understands that one has once been young. It does not really
    • every day, then this really means a meeting with spiritual beings,
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • 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
    • really a digestive system just for digesting, it is at the same time
    • 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
    • the rightful king of this world because nothing can really be
    • Lenin; so too, Petrowski; that they had no really serious friendship
    • one has the will to pay attention, to look really into the concrete.
    • today talks about current events, but how little is really known of
    • on, how little people even guess at what takes place; This is really
    • discovered a new principle. He was indeed really incarcerated in a
  • Title: Lecture V: Ancient Myths
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    • the impulse really be found which mankind needs if it is to take in
    • 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
    • with them, as they do not feel strong enough really to permeate
    • 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
    • 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
  • Title: Lecture VI: Ancient Myths
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    • 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
    • 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
    • prevent the fact that we have really nothing to give to youth. Our
    • Christ-Jesus. On the other hand there is the quite delightful, really
    • characteristic that a really paradoxical love for the sweet little
    • Now do you believe that he can really grip life? Do you believe in
  • Title: Lecture VII: Ancient Myths
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    • can often be asked — whom does the child really resemble? And
    • and the shorter head-life really lives itself into the whole man.
    • really fruitful with feeling and warmth, instead of all the stupid
    • structure of the old grammar school was really built up on these
    • these two Zurich performances by Pulver and Reinhart have really
    • 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
    • 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
    • knows that when he observes a child's head (a really young child's
    • of the ancient archetypal wisdom? This remnant really only faded away
    • confuses it with reality, one is not really looking for reality at
    • if one really studies history, there is a great difference between
    • what is now called the present world-war — which is really no
    • war, do not do it. No one knows what really lies behind things. And
    • there today a really clear definition of what is actually going on, a
    • really clear description?
    • Compared with former things this is really how the matter lies:
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  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • on earth, is really formed from two directions. I have described to
    • the human being is really born out of the universe. And his sojourn
    • processes which had formed his brain really point back to former
    • the realm of western civilization are often really like a blind man
    • mathematically, we develop really out of our inner being; it is the
    • shows in an isolated phenomenon how these things really work. The
    • very awareness really to find the basis from which he, in his
    • through Anthroposophy is really not for any personal ends; it is done
    • courage, we do not really understand what Anthroposophy means for the
    • of what is, after all, only the final picture of the really active
    • really considers only externalities, only facts which are external to
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • 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
    • really an attempt to deny the Spirit, inasmuch as these people will
    • from the Archangel, does not unfold the strength he should really
    • justice. What really matters most of all is the mood of soul that is
    • A man who bewails a misfortune which is really the consequence of a
    • really to know something about the world and about life, we must try
  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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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
    • 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
    • After he had been to Italy, Goethe really hated the first version of
    • 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
    • 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
    • being which he then strikes, have never really gazed into the soul of
  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • But with this kind of mysticism no really profound science of the
    • manifestations of mediumship for what they really are. Nobody will
    • really to penetrate into higher worlds and to recognise the kingdoms
    • at every stage, due moral preparation. And there is really no better
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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
    • other hand, it is extraordinarily sharp. For it really attempts to
    • really very important to contemplate earnestly and carefully how
    • really contains the images of the super-sensible world. If we consider
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    • able to give something. Philosophy really had nothing more to
    • corresponding fruits; for it has really produced these fruits. You
    • not really take place; the very opposite can take place. For this
    • man's being and his environment, but where I really intended to
    • it may not be possible to see what is really contained in the things
    • will really be able to found upon the earth a human structure
    • feel something which has really always existed where people have
    • be really significant for what rises out of our modern civilisation
    • world-conception really has a true meaning, that it is not merely
    • of what is really needed.
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    • age. What does this really mean? — A concrete example, already
    • concrete example is really connected with a child, with the little
    • 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
    • are really taken from the whole universe and that in regard to
    • a purely external standpoint, there is really no difference
    • 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
    • really takes in that which can only be recognised through spiritual
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    • object of finding knowledge of the universe. He had really ‘lost’
    • on earth without form, in lifeless nature, is really cloven asunder.
    • the like, are really crystallisations which have been shattered. Out
    • different world. The moment we really understand these salt-and
    • pre-earthly existence is due to the fact that he did not really
    • Philistine age. For our civilisation is really a Philistine
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    • climax during a period in the civilisation of Europe which has really
    • soul enabling man to really permeate, really grasp his ego, first
    • 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
    • filled with something, and so that that which really lives within us
    • in a really living way. Yet certain people had preserved the last
    • Harnack established in Central Europe really signifies the negation
    • really dwell while we are asleep?
    • the soul really experiences from the moment of falling asleep to the
    • we do not think that it is really based on a moral idea, for it is
    • times, it was really used to “mete out” a gift for
    • we speak, we really experience the life of ancient epochs.
    • should really harmonize fully, with the modern, scientific mentality,
    • which mankind really does not know what it is seeking; it sleeps away
    • a preliminary stage of what they really aim at. The child is no
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    • However, if men really take hold of the best possibilities for their
    • being applied to their interpretation are really worthless, and have
    • worst plight; it is healthy logic, really sound thinking, and above
    • what I am now saying as a really serious matter — has learnt to
    • than a relic, for nobody understands what the Liberal Arts really
    • grasped only by one who is intent upon unfolding really free
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • will understand what is really the deeper cause of my words. Let me
    • its task, must really carry the whole impulse of the Anthroposophical
    • 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.
    • 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
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • point out that we really speak of ourselves in an entirely
    • really designate the skin of our face as our interior, and the
    • 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.
    • really encloses a microcosm, something that is, in reality, a whole
    • new birth, we really exist everywhere in the world; we live in it
    • really requires to be explained in the form of images. In order to
    • essence of this life-tableau, we must really say: Everything that we
    • at the most of everything through which we pass. We really experience
    • with Spirit; then we really feel that we are in the spiritual world
    • that is really most significant for our whole life. Let us, however,
    • process, something takes place within us, something really takes
    • mysteries of man. A true progress in spiritual science really lies in
    • were. The word “to find” really applies to physical
    • extends the human gaze, so that it penetrates, really penetrates into
  • Title: Lecture: Concerning the Origin and Nature of the Finnish Nation
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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
    • based on the fact that it really prepares the “one-ness”,
    • 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
    • concern of their hearts, something they cannot really do without if
    • “Anthroposophy” should really be understood as synonymous
    • Society into being. The Society wasn't really founded; it just came
    • fiddling around where a firm will is what is really needed, one can
    • external life. In other words, one's will really remains connected
    • enemies really suffer from something that resembles a fear of water.
    • born of fearless knowledge and a really strong will. This presupposes
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    • 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
    • knowledge is really to be attained.
    • necessary that we should possess that really fine attitude of mind that can
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    • 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
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    • However it is just the task of a really spiritual movement to awaken
    • 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
    • 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
    • whilst they really belong to quite a different field. Above all we
    • For you will see that this really has a
    • being. Up to now we have not had a medical practice that has really
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    • 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
    • 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
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 4: Rhythm in the Bodies of Man
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    • 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
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    • 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.
    • many themes that were really fundamental themes, and how we had to
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 6: Illness and Karma
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    • 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
    • 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
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 7: Laughing and Weeping
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    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • really living within man, and when a man laughs this spark of God is
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 8: The Manifestation of the Ego in the Different Races of Men
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    • considered from another point of view. For we shall really get to
    • are really very little developed with regard to their physical
    • earthly bodies appeared really to be only an addition to their
    • population of Africa. If you look at those things in a really
    • 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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    • 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
    • really falls into two parts, with no distinguishing line between
    • 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
    • as it really is. Only by this means shall we arrive at accurate
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    • different angle, and indeed we cannot begin really to know anything
    • the physical plane it is really only in the domain of artistic
    • world, we must be uninterruptedly active if we really desire
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    • is really occupied throughout his life in reducing his own value, in
    • not on the level of certain other faiths. What really matters,
    • this is not what really matters; what does matter is that such
    • That what is really important is not the content of an utterance but
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    • It is really only an individual who has remained on the physical
    • I want to make you aware of how little a man really knows about the
    • that with which he is really united — namely the forces of the
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    • not as things are on Earth, when man does not really know his own
    • were outspread and what he perceives is really the centre. He looks
    • that is really very similar to life between death and rebirth,
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    • him, to begin with, a perverted form. These Spirits ought really to
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    • It is really as if until the seventh year of his life the human being
    • lectures is to acquire a really fundamental understanding of man's
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    • from then until the moment of waking he really sees nothing at all.
    • is really observing in the world that which amounts in his own
    • is extremely difficult to describe these conditions and it can really
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    • they have not really gone away from us but we remain connected with
    • acquired here — these feelings are the really important element
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    • of existence in external, spatial terms, have really developed very
    • its own, should really prefer to prohibit it. For if the natural
    • remarkably little is really known about it, but from the available
    • — and if one hopes that this thinking really can reach the
    • really charming!”
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    • What really went on in the souls of the Sibyls must be
    • the standpoint of Spiritual Science, really leaves one standing
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    • centre. What is really meant by the themes will then gradually
    • really human.
    • 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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    • What were these prophets really striving for? Let us try
    • expression of Geology. If one really feels how the oil penetrates the
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    • 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
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    • line is really the hidden part of human nature. If we wish to study
    • the evolution of philosophy; it really and truly lives within
    • face him consciously, really recognising and comprehending his
    • really animates it. What dry wood for instance, is the usual
    • that this figure of Lucifer is really perceived, fashioned in a
  • Title: Lecture: The Problem of Destiny
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    • spiritual science; for, if the things in the spiritual world really
    • science is really in a position to throw light upon such problems of
    • the spiritual world. Indeed, those who are really able to investigate
    • things in a really positive way we shall often make the following
    • really means to him. We could ask each person: “Why have you
    • We see, therefore, that spiritual science really
    • may really use this expression), they will gradually separate
    • how necessary spiritual science really is, how necessary it is that
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    • there, so that we really carry something of the dead within us. In a
    • does not see what is living in our souls. For it is really living
    • is not what I mean; that is a different matter. I really mean the
    • No one ought really to
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    • of feeling and sensitivity. In this respect we humans are really
  • Title: Lecture: The Moment of Death and the Period Thereafter
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    • sound, I must nevertheless point out that we really speak of
    • wrong. We should really designate the skin of our face as our
    • 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
    • comparison with the whole world, our skin really encloses a
    • Between death and a new birth we really exist everywhere
    • spiritual world that really requires to be explained in the form of
    • must really say: everything that we have experienced during our life
    • through which we pass. We really experience only half of what takes
    • cannot say with material — but with spirit; then we really
    • out our strength gives us something that is really most significant
    • this process something takes place within us, something really takes
    • spiritual science really lies in this purifying, spiritual warmth of
    • words ‘to find’ really applies to physical conditions,
    • penetrates, really penetrates, into the real world. If this
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    • to make this distinction. For, you see, the difference is really very
    • the universal plan — at the same time, it really is more
    • able to see at each step how nonsensical such a conception really is.
    • really like, and then painted him accordingly. It was an unconscious,
    • Spiritual Science. But this Spiritual Science must really bring an
    • really speaks about the soul-apparatus, about the bodily instrument
    • its rear-guard — we cannot really say rear-guard, because a
    • Now could we really find any clearer scientific proof
    • refute Spiritual Science, but confirms it. It really does confirm it.
    • paradox — how thoughtlessly human beings think. This really
    • things really logically. The essential thing is to experience things
    • say, a kind of conscious preparation for what Man's future really
    • In order really to penetrate into the world where the
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    • of spiritual knowledge that are really somewhat remote from modern
    • really the case.
    • really is: it is a group of persons belonging together, guided by one
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    • Theosophy, but which is never really understood, at least not in all
    • really ‘Powers’, they are active upon the earth because
    • 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
    • consideration, really to define the word ‘folk’. Examine
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    • in certain respects such a Folk-soul is really rather far removed
    • Archangels. They are therefore really the intermediaries between the
    • regards certain attributes, really Spirits of Motion, and in respect
    • ground on which are the Spirits of Form, but who are really Spirits
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    • these Beings have really to accomplish in man, only actually comes
    • one-and-twentieth year, would man really wake up. Then only would he
    • ascending third, a middle third and a descending third. Man really
    • had proceeded in that way, man would really have descended to the
    • 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
    • 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
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    • really upon which we stand and which offers us resistance? What man
    • 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
    • of Will, who really carve the ground upon which we walk. Then we have
    • really added to the three preceding ones, and this fourth is the
    • the really productive, the inwardly productive element in earthly
    • still other Spirits weaving from within, who should really be weaving
    • The abnormal Spirits of Form who are really
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    • really recognize seven of these normal Spirits of Form in the entire
    • 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
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    • people had received a mission which was really of quite special
    • age of civilization, in which we now are, is really ruled by a Spirit
    • now lies over Central Germany, but is really situated above the
    • which at the present time are really only still expressed in the
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    • appears in a like manner in another, and so on. To one who really
    • and spoke of a sort of Unity of the Godhead, because he really looked
    • certain degree of clairvoyance, really saw this. He could see Odin
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    • you are then, in the act of cognition, always really dealing with two
    • The spiritual science of all ages, that really knows the facts,
    • clairvoyantly, he was really able to see these two powers, and he
    • 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
    • You really obtain an occult, scientific, poetic
    • nature, both really working together, so that they do not merely form
    • 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
    • as to whether a spiritual, vital feeling really fills the spiritual
    • 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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    • really artistic conception of the world. For the world of Nature itself creates
    • when he really understands the nature of the concrete realities connected with
    • — all the thoughts which, as I showed in the lectures on colour, have really
    • can be understood for what it really is. How many people realise today that
    • spoken of these things. But how few are prepared really to enter into them!
    • all, the events are not really of such great significance. Nevertheless, the
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    • first Christian centuries. But one who really learns what our spiritual
    • sun.” Nevertheless, what appears so fantastic is really only
    • may be really studied.
    • cannot himself investigate spiritually, really need not see that the
    • only something is added to what the religious man, the really Christian
    • For can it really be a
    • have been able to arise at all out of what was really said. They are
    • just proofs of the manner in which what is really said becomes altered
    • world as something false and forbidden. Nowadays there is no one really
    • Christian, indeed, it was perhaps said for the first time in a really
    • It is really a question
    • not a new name for something old, but something really new — just
    • thought superstitious. In that case it is really nature, which causes
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    • Goethe was really the last survivor
    • character. Indeed the principle of aristocracy really had its origin
    • which really makes them man, is their inner store of thoughts. And
    • that are really to blame for the great calamity into which human
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    • Greeks and the age of Michelangelo there came one in which it really
    • really belong to it. An artist of the quality of Michelangelo would
    • 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.
    • as a sort of revelation of super-sensible powers; there is nothing really
    • present form is due really to him. He did not live to see it
    • body of the sleeping human being if we really feel him to be what
    • spiritual reality of man as he really is in sleep which we have
    • can really be destroyed which has been so significantly granted to the
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    • If we are to understand what is really meant by these
    • order prevailing in the physical and etheric bodies. He really brings
    • for effort, really strenuous effort on the part of the human soul.
    • thinking that is customary in external life. There is really very
    • In raising subjects which really call for many lectures,
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    • them in a really effective way. Again and again it must be emphasized
    • generations, and the only idea that is really clear to him is that of
    • 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
    • Tagore. We shall never understand what such a figure really signifies
    • They do not want to show themselves to the world as they really are,
    • America are quite unconscious of it, what they are really trying to
    • Science and take these teachings really seriously, we should soon
    • reason free play, and when we begin really to want to understand, we
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    • Theosophy becomes really fruitful if we can observe its influence on
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    • 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
    • before yesterday really constitute the path leading into these
    • easily he reaches his aims. Among modern people we do not really find
    • believe it, that there really exist societies in Anglo-American
    • 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
    • time really needs. It will be difficult to acquire this organ in the
    • of the question: How does the great majority of the people really
    • etc. would appear — and then the fact that we really carry a
    • again and again — it really is essential that the
    • with something which is really needed. They allow the best forces of
    • We can really say that we are welcoming each day which brings us
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    • Man really knows
    • comparison really in keeping with the facts must differ from the
    • 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
    • we enter the spiritual world we really experience ourselves in a
    • an enclosed state is only an extract of what he really is, for
    • adapted to life and we should really gain insight into life as it
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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
    • into states of consciousness which are really of such a nature that
    • what man really is.” And this feeling will be the
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Knowledge: A Way of Life
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    • which are really valid only for the physical world, are replaced by
  • Title: Lecture: How Can the Destitution of Soul in Modern Times Be Overcome?
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    • really on the point of being put into practice, is the acknowledgment
  • Title: Lecture: Modern and Ancient Spiritual Exercises
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    • very long time) and really experience the inner qualitative change,
    • the rhythm pervading the external world. The moment thinking really
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    • 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
    • Such instincts really
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    • 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
    • Earth does not really want to preserve this form.
    • really be named the Jupiter-flower. For the force of Jupiter,
    • and all that is between them. The Sun-quality is really that which is
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    • really the least spiritual of all.
    • observe: When you meditate, what are you really doing? (I must insert
    • all, he really senses it. These things are based on absolutely real
    • this again and again. It really is so, and from such things as these
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    • the manuring question, shows how little idea they really have of what
    • 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.
    • that has been added to it, the compost heap really contains ethereal
    • work it involves. The burden of work will really not be very great.
    • It really amounts to little more than that. The farmer may not always
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    • 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
    • process, to that which really constitutes the body of the plant,
    • 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.
    • really transmutes the potash, for example, into nitrogen, provided only
    • make them really sentient to all that is at work in their environment.
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    • if you really reckon on these influences which remain unconsidered
    • are when they have been a little peppered. So we begin really to reckon
    • are unaware what a specialised thing the Sun is. The Sun is not really
    • terms — albeit, pardonable nonsense. We should really speak of
    • speaking, we cannot really say “plant diseases.” The rather
    • 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,
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    • earth. The tree is really “earth” for that which grows upon
    • however, will not lead you to perceive what the animals really are in
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    • theory — I really mean it, brilliant. And when people begin to
    • really speak of a two-foldness of the organism — such, however,
    • you really took all these remedies the one would cancel the other out,
    • a really good result, he will not feel a very easy conscience in rejecting
  • Title: Lecture: The Universe
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    • of one's inner being, is really based upon this: To
    • in from outside, is like something which should not really
    • one with us: we offer resistance, and life really consists
    • must therefore try to grasp what I really mean.
    • traveling as trading vessels over the sea, are really the
    • past epochs, people really
    • things really mean. For it is necessary to consider them in
    • is the encompassing element. It is really the symbol of the
    • is really a goat ending in
    • time he is really repeating what he already passed through
    • the age of Pisces, man has really sailed into the forces
    • should really say: If we wish to
    • jaw you really have the legs, except that there they are
    • really the human being of the present incarnation, and the
    • really remains a child throughout life. Indeed, we may say:
    • employed as a slave, for it is really he who is passing
  • Title: Lecture: The Templars
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    • trials and temptations which beset a person when he really approaches the
    • 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
    • imagine that a great poet, a really great poet who creates out of the
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    • in order to show that freedom really lives in man’s ethical,
    • justified)—ordinary thinking really consists of spatial
    • completely new world. We then really are in the higher worlds and the
    • really experience the higher worlds and their spiritual contents.
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    • life, are really brought into consciousness.
    • which make it so easy to skirt what is really there, are harmful for
    • the world evolution of humanity, is really, when it first appears, in
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    • facts that people on the one hand find really incomprehensible
    • thinking and whole activity of mental picturing really takes on quite
    • head. We learn to know in a new way what the human body really is.
    • to bring what is acquired in a really super-sensible way, through
    • have thought out such beautiful theories that are really extremely
    • 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
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    • 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
    • what this Earth-consciousness really thinks — thinks as we
    • We really only see the world in the true light, when
    • who really seek to comprehend the course of human
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    • further — it is really frozen in. Just consider: The images
    • Goethe really has given to mankind, for he has no other means 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
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • and understanding another man. We are really faced with a difficulty
    • strives to gain a really profound knowledge of the relationships
    • 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
    • European makes it difficult for him really to understand oriental
    • If a European really tries to understand all
    • of the human when they set up an ideal for themselves. This really
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Mystery, Novalis, the Seer
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    • cannot really speak of a self-contained life in the ordinary sense,
  • Title: Lecture: Some Characteristics of To-day
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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
    • 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
    • really to meet the spirit and the life of the spirit in freedom and
    • understand spiritual science this is really only an excuse. The truth
    • 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
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • really given empirically in immediate human experience, and that
    • forgetting ourselves, of first really and truly strengthening it. And
    • through Intuition really to know the outer world. We see how the
  • Title: Lecture: Nervous Conditions in Our Time
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    • energy quite otherwise than really thinking what the professors are
    • his hideous handwriting if he really contemplated the
    • inwardly strong and know that you can really follow what you place
  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • attitude of soul to be found in present-day movements that are really
    • 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
    • itself. By taking the third dimension negatively, we really
    • What really
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • 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
    • 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
    • reached — although it must be reached if we are really to go
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • 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
    • born as little babies, we are really for external perception not unlike
    • Harnack says that Christ the Son does not really belong in the
    • have really found in ourselves the beginning of spiritual existence.
    • 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.
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • really be found). — A measure of success in this direction
    • Ahriman really exists to-day only in such teachings as are
    • — a process which really began about the fourth or fifth
    • The book really amounts to a moral philosophy, indicating how
  • Title: Lecture: Realism and Nominalism
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    • lamb into the wolf! If an idea really means nothing at all, the wolf
    • from what his senses could perceive to the super-sensible, he really
    • — I have often spoken of this — could really be grasped only
    • Christ. Really, this is what lies at the foundation of the Wycliffe
    • really educate him to be a complete human being. A child will grow into
    • then we shall really be able to say what I have often mentioned:
    • Father-principle really played the greatest imaginable part in older
    • was really interested only in the Father-principle. What kind of thoughts
    • things, Anthroposophy must really find a new way, and if we really wish
    • cannot reach a really spiritual way of looking at things. This gives
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • — for she actually achieved this — really implied that
    • 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
    • must really set themselves into the whole process of human
    • soul is exhausted. The East is really standing upon the threshold of
  • Title: Lecture: Fundamentals of the Science of Initiation
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    • really forms a deep incision in the whole evolution of humanity. And
    • only if we understand what has really arisen in the evolution
    • 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
    • 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
  • Title: Lecture: Cosmogony, Freedom, Altruism
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    • conception of what freedom really is — and fewer still
    • guided; they would really prefer fatalism to be true. How
    • much further developed before people really feel themselves
    • ask: Does not the root of the matter perhaps lie really
    • necessary in order really to bring forth a new age. It is
    • shall really make progress.
    • round earth. We are never really willing to go to the root of
    • the American impulses, without really possessing the
    • means a proof that the impulse of freedom itself is really
    • there — and because it had not the impulse for really
    • has will and courage for one that shall be really
    • really believe in this purely mathematical world, in the
    • pursue. And yet, when Goethe, in his own way, really put the
    • and see that what they have there is really nothing more than
    • then only can that come about which the age really
  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • 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
    • Where, then, did the Christ-Impulse really appear, in an
    • Sun are weakest. Until the 6th of January he really underwent
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • Now what really
    • conditions we really know nothing of the human being.
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    • it really gives one pain to see a violet flowering at a time
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha
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    • age many people feel an inherent desire to understand what really
    • reincarnation is not really essential to the understanding of
    • outer documents tell are really a comparatively late phase in the
    • are really unconscious Buddhists — come into contact with
    • It is really, therefore, an
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    • 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
    • which everyone ought to possess of the being of man, can really be
    • organism, when they really understand the connection between the
    • really to help. No, what we need is a living connection between
    • when we really enter Spiritual Science, when it becomes concrete in
    • false. There are so many who are not really spiritual scientists at
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    • man expresses himself in speech or in song, he is really manifesting
    • the expression of the human being through sound was not really
    • 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
    • of sound. It is really childish. Imagine, for a moment, you have a
    • totality. (It really looks as though we were speaking figuratively,
    • element of song, he really inclines himself to that cosmic
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    • the human memory from them. What really constitutes the substance of
    • thousands of years before the Mystery of Golgotha that man really
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    • explanation of Nature set out along a path that really unites it with
    • really consists of little demons of Evil! And if we acknowledge
    • the divinity of Good. It is really terrifying to see to what a great
  • Title: Lecture: The Problem of Jesus and Christ in Earlier Times
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    • really knew was simply this: Christ had died on the cross; it was
    • is already taken, since the followers of modern theology really ought to
    • this, because it has a new vision of what the human being really is
    • beings as they really are in their connection with cosmic
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    • 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
    • of Feeling is really like a painting on a canvas — but we are
    • Think only for a moment of this: If you really receive on the
    • 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.
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    • 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
    • attention to what natural science really has to say and, particularly
  • 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,
    • produces a shadow. That the shadow really arises in this way can only
    • Lucifer. When we really bring our will-forces into play on the earth:
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    • 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
    • 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
    • these are really things that we must point out, so that no one should
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 2: The Inner Aspects of the Saturn-embodiment of the Earth
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    • world we really do not need to trouble ourselves about these ancient
    • if he really holds the thought that everything is taken away and man
    • Gospels, or the Mystery of Golgotha. Anyone who has really
    • it is not as though they consisted of courage alone, they are really
    • 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
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 3: The Inner Aspect of the Sun-embodiment of the Earth
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    • sacrifice in the outer Cosmic heat. He alone understands what really
    • really attain to what the higher knowledge gives. He who is unable to
    • picture really take place? When I concentrated on the central Figure
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    • process of evolution something of the kind really does take place in
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 5: The Inner Aspect of the Moon-embodiment of the Earth (Part 2)
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    • mood is different in degree. We only really become acquainted with
    • something which he really had not done, but it suited to convenience
    • really have an explanation of what has been spiritually brought over
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    • comprehend by means of our own souls. Now if we are really to
    • really vanish into a sort of nothingness? Is everything around us in
    • knowledge, must come from Wonder. This is really the case. Any man
    • 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
    • say that the plants really die. And even of the animals we cannot
    • animal does not exist; what really exists is its group-soul, which is
    • be seen. It is really remarkably significant to observe that this
  • 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
    • bloodshed are really not necessary as a means of helping them
    • — compare this with what is really needed at the
    • really clear about it. The priestly element, which is to be
    • asking themselves the question: What does it really mean that
    • Relative to what we are really dealing with, the concepts on
    • it really difficult to admit that they cannot judge an issue
    • again we need to be really clear in our minds that the
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 2: Humanity's Struggle for Morality
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    • day. The two worlds really only work together in so far as
    • ego. The physical body thus really has four elements to it.
    • between birth and death we are really leaving something
    • only then shall we really know the social laws that are
    • really is like this: Think of the borderline between maya and
    • 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
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 3: The Search for a Perfect World
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    • absolute sense they really are the best, one cannot imagine
    • really clever; but if one looks at the whole thing it is no
    • really deserves to be made the universal saviour of general
    • really surprise me, for I think you will agree that even
    • out-and-out Upper Austrian. It is really and truly impossible
    • times today when it is really difficult to take what is said
    • listen in a kind of sleepy ecstasy; they are not really
    • come as a surprise that people who really should not be
    • been members. And I think it is not really difficult to
    • merely personal interest really have learned to work hard in
    • that some people have really nothing to occupy them. If they
    • of the immense seriousness and importance of what it really
    • right seriousness and if the importance of this were really
    • is really intended; some of these can only be said to relate
    • to what is really intended if one takes a totally distorted
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    • really like it to be and that there exists the element which
    • more and more Edisons. This really is the ideal of modern
    • guided. In laboratories, workshops, really everywhere where
    • people are not really much concerned to develop the actual
    • all kinds of authorities. To feel really good in the
    • new forms over and over again. This is what really
    • — a cry for humanity to find again what has really been
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 5: Changes in Humanity's Spiritual Make-up
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    • which really have to be given for the further evolution of
    • 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
    • beings of the present time really and truly have become more
    • they do not discover what they really are.
    • really about.
    • 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
    • you find in eugenetics really came from people's brains and
    • really beginning to think in this way. The ideal of the
    • age. Then there really were laws which enabled people to
    • the devil really arises from what will be coming in the
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 6: The New Spirituality
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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
    • around out there, which really are living entities, and the
    • thoughts because we kill living thoughts. It is really true
    • 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
    • necessary orientation so that they can really see how human
    • really true; I am telling you something which has happened
    • really, as the nineteenth century and the beginning of the
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 7: Working from Spiritual Reality
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    • 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
    • what really matters at the present time. We must labour to
    • this were so, their work was really beautiful and satisfying
    • things really point to something which is very widespread
    • whole world is really trying to deceive us, even in the world
    • to what really lives in the east of Europe today, the people
    • weight. The way people talk today you would really think they
    • their physical bodies. It really was so in the past. This is
    • the truth. It is really a good thing for you to be fully and
    • as they fear fire. We cannot really say people are just
    • getting burned; they really are afraid. This is the reason
    • story is told of this teacher, and it is really true. On one
    • wholly in accord with what I have said. It really has to be
    • perhaps less good, is not really so important. Even
    • subtle way and really know the human soul. The relationship
    • recognition must be given to reality. What really matters is
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    • it. But the world is full of contradictions, and if we really
    • what reality really has to offer. Merely observe the present
    • you about something that is really worrying. A present-day
    • nineteenth century. Really, all one gets is old styles
    • really knowing how to use them to good purpose.
    • someone we really cannot praise enough, but at the same time
    • which come to mind and really are obvious do have the
    • full of concepts and ideas. It is really true what I said
    • however, and not asleep. It is really something to marvel at,
    • of syntheses, and finally arrived at an idea which one really
    • sense for reality, for what really happens all around us, can
    • What really
    • those articles. Well, it is because they really say that one
    • where people say: Wasn't that nice! I feel really
    • really shown itself in a very pretty light in Mrs Besant, the
    • really wide awake. We are living at a time when it is
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    • 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
    • world is really a kind of projection, or shadow, of what
    • happening now will not really come as a surprise. Events in
    • the physical world can really only be understood if one knows
    • analogy what one really wants to say in this case. As you
    • understand what is really happening.
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    • 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
    • all kinds of things, but the forces which are really at work
    • 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.
    • that there really was a science which considered the future.
    • You are really only observing the corpse of a past world.
    • thinking, as it is called today, is not really done by
    • eighteenth century really saw the last remnants of the old
    • become really familiar with the thought that a great many
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    • considered. It really has to be taken into account that, in
    • If you really
    • work one's way up to what really matters for the immediate
    • really outstanding when they put it in a particularly
    • can really come alive and the life of ideas be enriched, how
    • and really see for yourselves.
    • really have to take account of current issues which are in
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    • importance. We have to reflect again and again what it really
    • can the events in which human beings are caught up be really
    • made for different regions of the earth. What really counted
    • 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
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    • decades.’ It really was clever. If you study the
    • we know so little about what really goes on among people
    • he was not really a literary historian. He lectured on
    • much more deeply hidden and initially have really nothing to
    • with this there is a significant question which should really
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    • and who can only be really understood if we realize that the
    • deflected from the truth. Just think what it really meant
    • of what really has come to pass and, within limits, of what
    • people must really wake up in many respects. We merely need
    • where it is really possible to gain a living perception of
    • abstract spiritual entities; you would really have to go into
    • what really happened. We ought to show how something was in
    • decades of that century, which really came to life in the
    • really come to life if the anthroposophical impulses we have
    • believe the opposite of what is really true. This gives the
    • against another. Certain issues really must be raised.
    • things really are, how many people get to know about it? How
    • into spiritual science can really know this today. Forms
    • to show you that there really are enough people — for
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    • civilization is really understood today from the spiritual-scientific
    • can become really alive only if we can reverse the path that we
    • really understanding Christ. Those who still understood something
    • Christ really is still lived in those who say that they understand
    • cracked before!” Yes, this is how things really are. We have
    • watchfulness with respect to ordinary pride must really be cultivated
    • that intelligence holds sway in nature. And if you really study
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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
    • something of the true nature of thinking only if he really advances
    • matter really lies far deeper than one generally thinks. Whereas in
    • 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
    • into an entirely different age, if they really wish to understand
  • Title: Lecture: Calendar of the Soul
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    • really mean? Which are the most important parables in which Christ Jesus
    • earth with it, warning is essential. What really matters is
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    • really lives in the great macrocosm. We would have to perceive some
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    • what was really happening, we must realise that by this last
    • you, namely that man really dreams historic evolution. Then
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    • really become in the course of evolution, namely, the Church;
    • what a deep earnestness and significance is really contained
    • really underlies such a tendency as Goethe's, not to apply
    • really be pining for concepts, new ideas. We must bring this
    • the will really to see into things, then we shall also
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    • Christmas secret is really the secret of birth; it represents
    • 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
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • ideas, really leaves him cold. We must learn to know this in
    • really do this. Only those people who tread the path already
    • consciousness really arises. It does not arise in such a way that
    • are just as real, can be seen just as really as physical colours
    • knowledge of something which really existed ten years ago.
    • organic in world development really came to an inner development
    • embryology in an unprejudiced way, it really contradicts this
    • gravity. The human head is really something which rests upon the
    • head is carried by the remaining body, it really travels along
    • if we consider this world we must say: We really delude ourselves,
    • man to a kind of paralyzation of his forces. We really learn to
    • really grasps these words, if a person who really understands
    • but if one is really honest they cannot be understood without
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • human being did not really possess a conception of Nature as
    • 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,
    • comparison may help to explain what I really mean. Take, for
    • instance, the human eye: what makes it really be our organ of
    • bring into it. We cannot really yield ourselves to the laws of
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    • 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
    • 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
    • indicate things which really existed.
    • really attain to such a living way of thinking, then something
    • handwriting. If someone really strives with an iron will to
    • have before us a changed bodily condition, but that we really
    • and that he can really experience the organism of feeling and of
    • the will; that is to say, he really experiences that part of his
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    • Mystery of Golgotha we should remember what was really the object
    • understanding of the Christmas idea before we are really able to
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    • certain impressions from outside. How matters really stand in
    • really an untruth, for it cannot exist in the form in which it
    • could really reach your consciousness, they would not be ordinary
    • earth, and so forth, my heart really perceives an image which
    • 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
    • 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
    • lifeless substance, dead matter. He does not really learn to know
    • really fruitful, in many different fields.
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    • between birth and death, the human being really does not have in
    • independence. I said that if we really develop freedom on earth;
    • developed; i.e., not really, but people imagined that this was so
    • He should really feel that mankind's historical development is
    • This will show you that Schopenhauer really felt this absence of
    • civilization, only a small number of people have really grasped
    • not really understand much about Christianity. For it is deeply
  • 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,
    • what really lived in his consciousness.
    • will also be able to feel what really constituted the true
    • experienced by man, and which could really be brought in
    • whole human being. Modern man should really attain what I have
    • imagination and inspiration, and sound common sense really grasps
    • is really due to the fact that they have not experienced this
  • Title: Lecture: The End of the Dark Age
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    • Nature, we really absorb spiritual powers, even though we are not
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    • 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.
    • the cloak of the greatest Mysteries. Is it not really wonderful that
    • 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
    • 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
    • less old. It is really true that what existed in childhood remains
    • ultimately helps humanity forward, something that really brings
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    • are not really active in the physical world as such. They are called
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    • understanding of such figures as Osiris and Isis become really
    • Only when the pupil reached this stage did he feel that he had really
    • for the method was really a mathematical convenience. After three
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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
    • 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
    • thoughts are really just pictures of the butterfly-world.
    • 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
    • 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
    • during sleep becomes really clairvoyant, or when the clairvoyant soul
    • waking, it is seen that man really experiences the going backward of
    • 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
  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • indefinite world-substance. One has really to coin words to express what
  • Title: Lecture: Reincarnation and Karma
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    • with respect to the higher qualities of the soul, the really
    • not really able to come to an Anthroposophical
    • follow if the “new believer” really remained true to
  • 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
    • environment of the developing organism, but should really
    • the Spiritual process of death. That is really the case
    • For just think, if the muscles could really become fatigued,
    • something which is foreign to it must really be present,
    • 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
    • a man really undertakes to develop his Soul, by a severe and
    • as it is, as it really is in the present, and how it works.
    • He who really
    • which is really called forth. For that, however, one thing is
  • Title: Lecture: The Elementary Kingdoms
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    • human Ego really live, when it lives here, upon the physical
    • we must ask ourselves further: how much can we really know,
    • 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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    • signs therein, one asks: what really is all this as compared
    • that he is not yet ripe to really feel this spiritual
    • shall really enter in spirit into the secrets of this world.
    • hour of really feeling her relationship to the spiritual
    • interest is eradicated. Only then can we really grasp the
    • simultaneously it is something which can really lead us to
  • 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
    • really feel it like this, just because it is a child. Only it
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    • it is he really meant. Thus, when he speaks of nerves, we
    • really the builder and strength-giver of the physical
    • itself,” at things as they really are. Expressed rather
    • really the bones of Schiller. Goethe was attracted by a
  • Title: Lecture: On the Occasion of Goethe's Birthday
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    • the 2nd part of Faust really belongs to the closing years of
    • is really the outcome of a tendency inherent in facts, to
    • systems of psychology, — one which really flies in the
    • no employees at work in the bank. Such conclusions are really
    • know what really lives in the thought of men; let us imagine
    • 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.
    • compared to what one no longer really is — or at least,
    • all this together, one can first really know oneself. If one
  • Title: Lecture: Factors of Karma, Deficiencies in Psychoanalysis
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    • that it is really Mephistopheles who conducts them. Only at the
    • discover in human nature what it is that really works in Karmic
    • that person.’ But the ‘animal slime’ is really
    • there works on. There is really a kind of self-corrector in the
    • this respect man is really a four-stringed instrument, on which
  • 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
    • really meant. In this way many a misunderstanding can
    • such things as this can we gain a really unprejudiced
    • first place, he is a really great and gifted poet. And
    • produced a very good report, a really excellent plan of reform.
    • On no account must anything really ‘spiritual’
  • Title: Lecture: Hereditary Impulses and Impulses from Previous Earth Lives
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    • are always such as to be strong enough, for life itself really
    • this point of time. This is what we must really comprehend.
    • what really underlies this matter from the point of view of
    • Such words were really spoken at that time. Europe, says
    • are really standing in the present time. That is a danger for
    • really was for the whole course of the nineteenth century. She
    • their tea-parties so many old maids of both sexes (I am really
    • really true, this Spiritual Science reckons only with the
    • brotherhoods, in this direction. They really want a Chinese
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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
    • it really God whom they conceive when they think or speak of
    • Angel. Really, what these people say amounts to the
    • whether one is really doing so. Along these lines man only
    • own Angel. But it is impossible if one is really speaking
    • for the attempts that existed before were not really applicable
    • let us ask, to what is it really due — this possibility
    • really due? It is fundamentally due to the possibility of
    • something. An empty space cannot really be created; Nature has
    • Let us then ask ourselves, what really happens when we create
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    • also what this human being really is in the external physical
  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries (Die Geheimnisse)
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    • Thus the poem really describes the principle of Christianity in
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    • which are really somewhat remote from the thinking, feeling and
    • nation really is. A nation is a homogeneous group of people directed
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    • Archai had not taken place in their etheric bodies. It is really the
    • intuitively the thought-life to the people. We shall really
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    • Powers. In respect of certain attributes they are really Spirits of
    • sphere as the Spirits of Form, but who are really Spirits of
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    • the three forces, the inner being really creates something new. A
    • and this is what one may call the really creative, the inwardly
    • working from within who should really be working from without. They
    • Spirits of Form who are really Spirits of Movement and who appear as
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    • are really Spirits of Movement should disturb the balance or harmony.
    • from the abnormal Spirits of Form who are really Spirits of Movement.
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    • post-Atlantean epoch is really governed by a Time Spirit who in a
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    • really dealing with two factors, with the knower, the cognizing
    • in Teutonic mythology. As Nordic man was still clairvoyant, he really
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 10. The Mission of Individual Peoples and Cultures in the Past, Present and Future.
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    • the East, when the ‘I’ really awoke, it was not of course
    • really endowed him with his individual ‘I’. But at the
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 11. Nerthus, Freyja and Gerda.
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    • done. At that time man was not really a free agent, although he could
    • the spiritual theories are really permeated by a living, spiritual
    • they really are.
    • really important for the whole of humanity, that the larger nations
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    • 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
    • really something to be thankful for, when one of the workmen asks if
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 2
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    • 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
    • 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
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    • 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,
    • time evoked in you something of what was really the most elementary
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    • — whom he really thought of as quite remote from human nature.
    • 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
    • really feel this yearning for a star outside in the cosmos which they
    • Jupiter are seen from the Earth. Thus it is really a different stream
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    • applied to the other Atlanteans who were really Greek gods. The world
    • described. From this monologue you can get an idea of what really
    • 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
    • getting as far as India. This journey really did take place! And much
    • prodigious pre-historic journey really took place. Thus a Dionysos
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    • the thought and feeling of ancient Greece was really like, we find
    • really are can say, ‘Falsehood is detected by proving
    • only perceptible to clairvoyant vision, was really fitted to the
    • his being, the sensible reality, really measures up to the divine ego
    • Greek used splendid pictures which really penetrate far deeper into
    • 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,
    • that Greek mythology really provides a serious answer to questions
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    • become instructed as to what cognition really is. For the study of
    • brief, I can only indicate it pictorially. As regards what really
    • to become the reflecting apparatus for what the human being really
    • ‘Is there really any means of penetrating into what is
    • human being was of course not conscious of what really takes place at
    • Nature, which man in his present bodily form has really grown out of.
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    • 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
    • instance in the Moon evolution. What really do the blood circulation
    • that these beings, who are really only the ideas of the others,
    • of Christ; he is really the same as Christ, only seen in a mirror, so
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    • complicated has really been the formation out of the spiritual world
    • to describe man, who really distorts the several streams which flow
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    • widely different epochs men have formed conceptions of what really lies
    • thought was full of the living sap of reality. Admittedly this really
    • conditions of consciousness the soul really only experiences what has
    • really phenomenal. I have drawn attention to specific instances of it
    • meant by this. What he really meant will not be grasped until it is
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    • like Augustine, for instance, who in the Post-Christian epoch is really
    • Raphael's soul, which had really little to do with what was going on
    • really wished to say: “Men will always long to understand Raphael,
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    • to see that while the whole of Berlin was at that time really interested
    • 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
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    • these national epics, let us glance into that realm of which I really
    • we are speaking of a soul-power whose expressions we cannot really make
    • the spiritual or consciousness soul which really makes the ego-man,
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    • then do we really understand the cycle of the year.
    • beings, and he will become aware of what this really
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • that in deep winter it becomes really a cosmic body, expressing
    • 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
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    • are really able to pursue their activities only within human
    • these beings, who are really those cast down by Michael, to expand in
    • sensitive and can really live with the course of events in the cosmos
    • influence of the great teacher Raphael — who is really Mercury
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    • 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
    • Trinity, which is really the St. John Imagination. The background of
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    • St. John's Day, Imagination of Uriel. You must really picture to
    • understanding, unfortunately, for how things really are. For example,
    • 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
    • and how they really do pass on to one another their own particular
    • now there must really
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    • is pure hypothesis, but what is it that has really
    • Impulse who themselves do not really understand it? What power
    • tribes? What is really at work in the materialistic natural
    • which the veils can really only be lifted by clairvoyant vision
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    • Cosmos really signifies! I cannot help it if — in
    • had not really known before: that the event of Golgotha had
    • really happened to them. And how did they recognise that this
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    • feeling of what Christ's sacrifice really signified. It was the
    • form a really clear conception of the event of Pentecost
    • the really deep sense, much will be acquired for a true
    • discovering what is really the most remarkable thing about it.
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    • which was really like a full confession, much was new to her;
    • 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.
    • One would like to think that ultimately people really will
    • literature commands great respect, really tremendous respect
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    • And this soul then feels how this will is really received through the
    • really
    • 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
    • really excluded from the natural processes. It is condemned to
    • and yet this, which really makes us into human beings,
    • order to understand what was really happening here, we must
    • a science only if they rest on something he can really
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    • — believe that we must regard the mental as the really
    • must regard the physical as the really empowering element, and
    • powerless, and cannot locate anything that would really be
    • when we really say to ourselves: this imaginal knowledge cannot
    • powers that alone are capable of really discovering the soul
    • are really to look at life as it develops from the innermost
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    • really have very few points d'appui in the study of
    • meditate upon it. As modern men, we have really learnt
    • will say: the Greeks really had no natural science; they had a
    • really understand what was being expressed even in Plato, still
    • of religion, art and science; what really belongs to our moment
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    • and could really test the structures he summons from his soul,
    • natural phenomena, is really experienced; it is observed also
    • really are within us will become for us a replica in the
    • extreme form an attitude that we really need in face of such
    • really needed between East and West. To do so, I should like to
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    • given process of knowing nature, at this point it really goes
    • 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,
    • perceive how the really significant truths support one another
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    • really mean something different; they mean man's feeling that
    • of freedom is really just as old as intellectual life. Only
    • 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
    • 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
    • really corresponds to the social needs of today, we would wish,
    • we really need.
    • observe in conclusion, cannot really be to set up
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 7: The Individual Spirit and the Social Structure
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    • these days of social structures really only relates to their
    • element, with its roots in the East, can really only produce
    • commerce really develops alongside the legal element. For
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    • scarcely anyone who does not have something really significant to
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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.
    • really to take root within us.
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    • of party opinion, wthout finding anything really bad
    • 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
    • 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
    • outlook. In speaking of our human make-up as it really is, we
    • that it really contains life and can excite enthusiasm, even
    • philosophy, which can really talk about the spiritual sphere in
    • can look inside man physically; but what is really
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 10: From Monolithic to Threefold Unity
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    • become conscious of the direction in which mankind is really
    • democratic feeling that something is really valuable in the
    • Under what conditions are men really in a position to give
    • have given this simply by way of illustration, but it really
    • conditions as they really are, it will after a time reveal
    • that is really to flourish in the spiritual life of mankind
    • really makes any excogitation of a rational law unfruitful;
    • men to live in. And that is what really matters.
    • things, but we don't really know what associations are; we
    • haven't really heard anything about them. An association is not
  • Title: Lecture: Pythic, Prophetic and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance
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    • 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,
    • 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
    • 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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    • really only partially awake. Our thoughts are awake from waking
    • waking daily life is really only a dream or a tale of will
    • 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
    • have really understood them.
    • the future progress of mankind really depends upon this. I say this
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    • impressions on our other Sense-organs, are really so
    • notices these things far too little and really knows little of
    • 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
    • added to this inner experience does man come to a really firm
    • that at present has no reality. But this is really the
    • extraordinary to see to what things Auguste Comte really came
    • at last. I will only bring forward a few really characteristic
    • one day: “Human beings have really only acquired on the
    • really understand the life which flows from the Mystery of
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    • capacity really to see into the life of the immediate present.
    • that doesn't really change anything much at all, because if one
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    • can feel: these were built by people who are really far removed
    • about art of this kind — if one really contemplates art
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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?
    • really a psychology — one of those phrases which are
    • thinking is a quite peculiar thinking, really inseparable from the
    • never really knew what there was in the underground caves. Now she
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    • Thus it adheres to Goethe's saying: ‘Man has really always only
    • 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
    • self-surrender. That really is a secret, even if it is called an
    • must be of an esoteric kind, and you will find that one can really
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    • these different writers no longer really understood the
    • 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
    • spiritual world, knows that there really is a Mephistopheles, that
    • really was the inner work of his life.
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    • really does grow into that world which is described as the
    • human thoughts are really pervaded and permeated by beings from the
    • into the really spiritual world.
    • come over anyone who really knows these things and does not merely
    • initiation is really depicted in Part II of ‘Faust.’
    • the scenes of the stage of the physical world, so that he really
    • is described in the subsequent scenes shows him to be really the
    • criticism and ask: ‘Is Helena now really
    • he really intends, in order to represent also this important stage
    • overcome this personal egoism, can really reach the last stage,
    • immortal part of Faust is taken up. And so we see how Goethe really
    • Look round in the physical world: we really see everything
  • Title: World History: Lecture I: Evolution of the Soul and of Memory
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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
    • exactly what that really means. Ten years ago you experienced
    • descendants: that is, let us go back really thousands of years.
  • Title: World History: Lecture II: Mysteries of 'Asia'
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    • large part of Asia, is really the product of a much later
    • the population subject to it. What has really happened?
    • evolution of man, and without understanding them we can really
  • Title: World History: Lecture III: Asiatic Mysteries of Ephesus, Gilgamesh and Eabani
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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
  • 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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    • What does man really know about the world in the present-day?
    • harmony. This is what it really means when we say that our
    • experience of how the Ether does not really belong to the
  • Title: World History: Lecture V: Mysteries of the East, West, and of Ephesus
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    • now we see what Alexander the Great is really doing, and doing
    • is not really possible to understand the spiritual evolution of
  • Title: World History: Lecture VII: The Fifteenth Century and the Transition from Mind-Soul to Spiritual-Soul
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    • to-day, if we are really desirous of going forward in our
    • really present in all organs that are upright, — and
    • What is it that really takes place? You must look carefully at
    • strongly. From all this it is clear that there is really no
  • Title: World History: Lecture IX: World History in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • people who think this are really giving way to extreme
    • Hence a really splendid note was struck this morning when Dr.
    • individual who becomes a doctor to-day really longs for
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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
    • organization — which are really very similar to
    • we get a really tableau-like retrospect of our whole earth-life
    • really sees himself as a second person. When anyone has this
    • can really speak of a time-body, for a man becomes aware
    • silence, negative quiet. And that is really the case when the
    • to speak, really to speak, from the other side of existence.
    • had at first is really only a picture, — a picture of
    • you see the really important thing is first to develop a
    • even to have these geometrical concepts, that are really to be
    • experience can really be brought into the ordinary
    • it. This was really the result not only of my
    • that would really approach the inner being of the listeners. It
    • what this soul really demands as the innermost need of the
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    • astral body and the ego, do not really come to the consciousness of
    • 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
    • man really had a living consciousness of the Beings of the third
    • of truth which lives in all souls to-day really did not exist then.
    • Extraordinary! That really is an extraordinary fact.
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    • said that if we want really to arrive at ideas concerning the
    • 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
    • dried-up tree-trunk, it is really showing for the first time
    • and really experiences individually what has first to build
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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
    • really have not even the colour, the substantiality of vivid
    • head, and are then really in a world which we have difficulty
    • how much belongs necessarily to our gaining a really right
    • 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
    • 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
    • really only instinctive in the third. Instinctive valour and
    • developed in humanity, whereas they are really eternal. But
    • founded by showing facts that have really happened and do
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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
    • Here we can really see that Herder's mind
    • 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
    • There really came to life in the inspired
    • we may really feel pleased when someone is quite honest about
    • Dubois-Reymond cannot see that Goethe really did set before us
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    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • environment that could now really bring him what he lacked. He
    • philosophers really do not understand, that can be developed,
    • We may really say, therefore, that Goethe bears within him in his view
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    • speaking generally, sleeping and waking are really a sort of
    • 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
    • wisdoms are really far less important to serious observers of
    • would be possible for him to observe this only if he really
    • man was trying to penetrate were really comprehensive systems
    • it nonetheless. He really passes through it. Here we touch the
    • epochs really knew what a certain part of their being is going
    • and weaves mysteriously within men. What, then, is this really?
    • cord system. Through this relationship, we have really a far
    • could really say quite a bit about the connection between our
    • environment, if they would really describe experiences, for
    • because many people, although not really dreaming, imagine that
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    • 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
    • is ancient twaddle! The true advance that will really bring
    • gradually become worse, were really utterly unfit for the
    • impulses. These will really be no worse than those good old
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    • century. But it is Mephistopheles who really invents it. Faust
    • 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
    • of these two forces, which are really in bitter conflict with
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    • 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
    • able to point out that our culture really has two origins: the
    • when we consider people who are really somewhat gifted with
    • instructive: first, because he is really a great and gifted
    • really an excellent plan of reform that looked to liberalizing
    • interesting novella, really a contemporary work of art. Just
    • toward which we are really striving.
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    • 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
    • were effective. But they are really unconsciously connected
    • take, for example, a man who really saw a good deal in an
    • whatever way we please, but that we must really see how the
    • know how they really stand in the contemporary world. This is
    • known how concepts are really formed publicly today in order to
    • a really absurd example. I can assure you, however, that all
    • depths of human knowledge. But there is really something to the
    • danger really existed and people were living under it from the
    • really a certain necessity for a synthesis to take place with
    • truth as their objective but are really seeking quite different
    • what extent our spiritual science really takes into account
    • the book of Ku Hung Ming — or really, the books, since two
    • possesses the will really to look in the right way at what is
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    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
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    • 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
    • a human being really looks up to his angel but does not admit
    • while really not looking up even to an archangel, he deadens
    • of the world and really to penetrate the course of human
    • the evolution of the world really acquires meaning only through
    • human soul then really reaches Christ. It may be said that,
    • impossible when a person is really speaking of Christ. So the
    • contained secrets that were really so also in the external
    • not enter into what is really important. Only in this way could
    • has really happened than the actual construction or what will
    • to this negative superstition without really knowing it because
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    • ancestral god really attained a condition of union with what he
    • really concealed behind this spirit form, we must realize that
    • within the most ancient religions was really directed to the
    • really were “gods” to the people, we shall know that at the
    • really imparted to every individual human being through the fact
    • 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
    • abyss if men had come to believe that the moon was really the
    • found the way yet to really engage himself more deeply.
    • so far as really to read the original religious documents;
    • considered teaching mankind that our environment really
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    • people and the relation of these to other folk: Do you really
    • 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
    • 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
    • limb-system; really three balls even if these balls have to
    • really only related to our present incarnation; what we have
    • consciousness is really a kind of collateral impulse of his
    • what is part of the being of man. You see it is really
    • towards his senses and what is turned away but really turned
    • thoughts has really been gradually developed only by those
    • at the world from what is really a very narrow point of view,
    • has developed in this sphere, little interest has been really
    • mechanism. Just imagine what it really means when a man has
    • the Roman Empire into the political events really vast
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    • obtrude themselves upon those who really think, even though
    • life must receive enlightenment when we can really get down
    • the matter really stands with regard to the physical
    • their development in time, can be really one and the same
    • be really spiritual, of knowing that it is only apparent that
    • ascending from man as he appears, to man as he really is,
    • of an auric nature, something really perceptible. There is
    • is really amusing that a modern scientist has written a book
    • that we should really be able to have living conceptions; for
    • those who hold meetings about ethics are really thoroughly
  • Title: Threefold Order II: Lecture 1: Influence of the human will upon the course of economic life
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    • really went on in political life — or in public life
    • — This crisis, therefore, was really brought about by
    • also, which, looked at in one way, really seem intended to
    • 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
    • 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
    • and this was really the idea which lay at the bottom of an
    • have not really quite thought out where the point lies. The
    • or Wages really fade into the background, then one has a
    • stamp-press turns out every day. One can really only find use
    • “Whether one can really succeed in building up anything
    • at one time. This theosophical movement is, really, a
    • spiritual” parts of Man; but all it really means in
    • something of that kind alone which can really live and
  • Title: Threefold Order II: Lecture 2: On Propaganda of the Threefold Social Order
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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,
    • — that is to say if one really thinks about actual
    • method of really examining what, of course, had to be said on
    • 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.
    • working classes to a really understanding conception of life.
    • that, we were really in a fair way to appeal to the working
    • amongst us, there is really no occasion to complain of the
    • us, the State really interferes very little in anything we
    • are the people really, who are the drag upon everything. It
    • which proceeds from the broad masses. Well, one really feels
    • then, when one really sets to work to try and form even some
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    • really impossible to find out anything in this way. For we get
    • sought to establish what lives in the human soul, what really
    • but this is really simply because they do not wish to make any
    • 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
    • really earnest work on the soul. — Having reached this
    • philosophy. It is really all the same to a scientist of spirit
    • significant material. However, despite this, science has really
    • evolution to the human being and really penetrate the
    • minds, which really make us human beings, really are. What
    • in our thinking, we are really speaking about the spirit-soul
    • the middle organism; our extremities, our limbs, are really
    • person whom we really love because we have come to recognize
    • What lies beyond death is really not connected with us at all,
    • how necessary it is for human life. But if we really
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture II: The Historical Evolution of Humanity
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    • that this conclusion was really not at all stupid. Nor, judging
    • really founded on what was actually happening?
    • normally call history and to see how far it really enables us
    • 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
    • is really only more or less a mediator for what is at work.
    • 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
    • must learn to grasp things as they really are. Taking care to
    • life. Those who are really able to investigate and observe such
    • and mental images. For, in fact, we are only really awake in
    • dreams; we do not know them as they really are, but only
    • then learn to see history as it really is, we become aware of
    • began to be significant, to become intellectual. History really
    • inspire. Then we shall come upon what is really at work in
    • trying to remember things for exams when you really have to
    • unconsciously. There is really a parallel activity, and when
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  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture III: The Supersensible Being of Man
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    • man really is and come to a point where this is possible. This
    • the soul is really able to experience something within the
    • 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
    • here. We really do become aware that we carry a second person
    • within us that really has a consciousness and is witness to all
    • that it develops it is really destined for another kind of
    • of the world to us, for what really happens is that we take
    • eye” and the “spirit ear.” This is now really
    • we really have the spiritual world living within us in our
    • what is dreamed from what really is.
    • that we really can investigate our spirit-soul being which
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    • really only a transformed sense impression, which has
    • 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
    • is really present in consciousness? Ordinarily this is
    • can be said: Man is really entirely awake only insofar as his
    • act, there is really a kind of sleep present in man's waking
    • belongs to the sun-nature works on within our being, we really
    • what is really justified as scientific in the present time. On
    • really has flowed into artistic form.
    • regard it as if it were something hostile. If they really
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture V: Mystery of the Human Being
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    • 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
    • think that Naegeli, the great botanist, was really a one-sided
    • self-training we ask: What is this ego really like? Where is it
    • actually happens when we wake up, if our ego really remains
    • we cannot remain in this consciousness if we really wish to
    • really quite wonderful to see how Goethe treats the physical
    • consciousness is really only a world of dream pictures
    • truth that can really be investigated only in this way I have
    • world, including the human sense world, all this is really only
    • the really deep core of our soul life. This can be seen quite
    • philosophy in detail in any way. In his really controvertible
    • Eduard von Hartmann really pointed instinctively to what the
    • philosophical viewpoint, if it really remains philosophical
    • really become concretely aware of a spiritual world that exists
    • translator really meant solipsism - e.Ed] (that is, to a
    • science is unable to recognize and what it would really have to
    • to tradition. — But is this really what we should be
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    • something that is really needed; and that is initiative of
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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,
    • wisdom, men are really becoming all the more dependent upon
    • specialisation of humanity a really dominant principle. We
    • Goethe, according to his spirit, which was really that of a
    • themselves to-day to one who is really prepared to be
    • since that time is really non-existent for them.
    • what figures here as Spiritual Science, is really placed
    • revise when one really develops in oneself the mood necessary
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    • threatens man today, What is really necessary is, that man
    • is really only a few centuries ago — that in the 11th,
    • in this Cosmic age. Just consider that we must really speak
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    • how really to take seriously what today is meant by striving
    • we can come to a really new social form only by recognising
    • from the religious faiths, It was really more important than
    • about. I might ask whether this tendency ia really trying
    • of friends, to find a really responsible echo. For the
    • not, I am interested only in what is really necessary for the
    • inward will be what is able to qualify men really to work for
    • the future, really to do something, if only to the most
  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 1 (alternate translation)
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    • really genuine spiritual deepening is necessary for mankind
    • really know what a serious striving after the Spirit is? Such
    • it really is. Here is a man — and it after all a good
    • theoretically. This man really hast no perception of the true
    • him root and branch without once really examining what he
    • really seriously; and to-day these things simply must be
    • which has really arisen out of modern culture must, however,
    • was really the outcome of a kind of priggishness, an
    • to ask whether this priggishness really tries to get to the
    • then to believe that one really knows something about the
    • improvement of matters on healthy lines. It is really only in
    • really seriously, will not do. And to take the Spirit in
    • from old channels, can never really enter the region out of which
    • otherwise than that to anyone who takes it really seriously,
    • that which can make humanity really able to work and to act
    • agree with the verbal text of a thing, but not really get
  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 2
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    • world. Now, for every really thinking man, the question must
    • world picture of what is beyond the Earth, is really only
    • really human factor in this picture; it simply says something
    • when we really see it and do not merely imagine it in an
    • considerably. 'hen we really have got to the point where we
    • world conception is really based upon a mistake which is
    • space but really no more that that. In the well known work of
    • with their own “healthy” sense. This is really
    • they really need be.
    • pictures for a moment, but the picture is really a good
    • People are really very short-lived, for they get angry with
    • holds sway at the present time; men really imagine that there
    • to be really “all round”. Now how did this man
  • Title: Man and Nature: Intellect in Man and Nature Bereft of the Gods
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    • who have really thought through and perceived the task of the
    • understanding of matter. What does science really know about
    • felt. You know that man really lives between two extremes,
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    • It may really
    • the soul is really infinitely more profound than is generally
    • mysteries really are in the nature that surrounds us.
    • perceiving this when inwardly we are able really to transform
    • these the longing of our time really to discover and give
    • explain people's attitude to my work. It can be really
  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • as the means of everyday mutual understanding is really a
    • artist and a seer create, are really the same; the seer
    • says that those who, like the artist, really want to reach
    • life. If we can realise what our epoch really needs, we
  • Title: Lecture: Human Knowledge and Its Significance for Man and the Cosmos
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    • remain simpletons all their life, only a very few have really learnt
    • book of travel, and really do not take in very much! So you see, they
    • was really a holy thing, conceived as an offering to the Gods. Moreover
    • 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
    • really only instinctive in the third. Instinctive valour and
    • developed in humanity, whereas they are really eternal. But
    • founded by showing facts that have really happened and do
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    • It was really because an Avatar-being was
    • 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
  • Title: Eternal Soul of Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • immodesty if one really wants to ascend to true knowledge of
    • be achieved the more that we really develop the thought life
    • far as you really feel something that has not yet been felt. It
    • things were really faced as though one were a scientist,
    • feels that he really is in his etheric body, in his time-body
    • really correct that the I now recognizes itself in its
    • feeling of being a victim. One really has this feeling, that
    • can really only know when love becomes the power of knowledge.
    • be able to really comprehend ourselves as entirely free of the
    • of the eternity of the human soul can one really approach
    • Thus we know that there really is before us
    • If you really want to capture that which is disclosed by the
    • to really bring these thought-words down into physically
    • then really be clothed in words; whereby the thoughts of which
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture II: Blood is a Very Special Fluid
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    • references made to higher beings are to beings that really do
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XI: Who are the Rosicrucians?
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    • really the author. In this case it was also disputed whether
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XIII: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • have access to the Bible. But are we really to believe that
  • Title: An Impulse for the Future
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    • come into being – then really through recognition of the
    • someone to belong to such a community if he is not really in
  • Title: Contrasting World-conceptions of East and West
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    • and we look back without really thinking about it into
    • socially in this or in that way, was really inspiration. It
    • thoughts really have for the human will, for he is far too
    • and determines his will. It is really impossible to influence
    • really have to admit that this is the way of thinking of the
    • my arm, I will move my hand,” he does not really know
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    • 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
    • really understand the year's course, our hearts will be deeply
  • Title: Spiritual Relations in the Configuration of the Human Organism: Lecture I
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    • 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.
    • 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
    • from the head completes itself really only at this time. The head is
    • Then at 35 only, the head has really caught up.
    • 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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    • 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
    • is stimulated too strongly, so that really everything that is working
    • You see, the speech genius is really wiser in this respect than science.
    • entire nature of man. The anatomy and physiology of man really changes
    • 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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    • 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
    • But the borderline is really not to be drawn at all.
    • to really “perceive.” Yet, my dear friends, this
    • 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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    • 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
    • event could be true. It might really be the case that here on
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture II: The Legend of the Prague Clock
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    • progress when we are really just going round in circles. We do
    • tempting — that you really may get somewhere if you think
    • certainty if we want it, by really opening our souls to its
    • 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
    • Thus if we really look into ourselves, we will see that
    • conclude that we are really regarding the world in a very
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    • really,” said the headmaster, “we would be
    • said, one never really knew what would happen the following
    • at the same time we have to ask, “Can we really, as so
    • 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
    • right way. But it must have learnt those things in a really
    • living way. Even within this one incarnation, we can really
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture IV: The Roman World and the Teutonic Tribes
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    • they really ought to happen are not our speculations about
    • at the world, we can really only speak of necessity.
    • different. If we really flew off somewhere like the ball that
    • really had consciousness, it would only fly in a certain
    • really striking example. Suppose someone has nothing to
    • forms of bad deeds. The bad deed as such is never really
    • would really like to have done the deed differently, you are
    • allotted him, only then will they really be effective.
    • physical world through him. Evolution really does proceed in
    • speaking of the physical body, we ought really to say we grow
    • world and letting it pass through us, we really do receive
    • will really come about will be that the souls now passing
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • power really to enter into what they observe. Physicists carry
    • because the following statement was really made out of a kind
    • we ought really to speak of will. To us scientists that is an
    • live in an age when one has to renounce a really close
    • time. Just try with an open mind to really listen to the way
    • You can really notice it.
    • will, the will is really not there. I have shown you what the
    • But they could lose this I again if they do not really
    • science they make freedom a necessity. Really, how could people
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    • up the dreadful specter (for the dead really feel it a
    • today that they really have such a picture in mind? They say
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    • — is that really the ultimate practical solution of
    • 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
    • really lies like an outer layer on the surface of speech. A
    • 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
    • coffee, or what not, yet this is really experiencing with the
    • distant; but really they are not so far as people think from
    • advance to conceptions of rights, which are really taken from
    • the life of the spirit, and which are really initiation
    • people are inclined really to learn from the events;; how
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • 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
    • to form their concepts really plastically. They have what the famous
    • 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
    • to think really in abstract concepts, a faculty which the animal certainly
    • towards the belief that animals really see their environment in the same
    • conceptions given out today in schools there are really any capable
    • increase more and more if men do not take serious pains really to learn
    • about, really to take to themselves, the world they have to meet —
    • man would really arrive finally at thinking differently about himself
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    • here and there into the spiritual life of mankind. You must really be
    • 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,
    • appealed to as St. John of the Cross who really teaches Pantheism (if
    • no longer the light. It is really very beautiful how John of the Cross
    • really to uphold his assertions.
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    • 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
    • then supposed to speak to the world as philosophers, is really perfectly
    • inadequate nonsense. For a true insight into what is really revealed
    • fear of the truth which always unconsciously holds men back from really
    • 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
    • very like a ghost! Were it really what is presented by my eyes I should
    • surface before him with black holes where really nothing is to be seen.
    • that makes us aware that we really have an ego.
    • kingdom, in the plant kingdom I really see only the outer side, and
    • away, as if they really should be there, were missing—and were
    • could not really flourish, would half die and thus create the corpse-like
    • we are never really surprised about the mineral and plant kingdoms because
    • persist (these conceptions were once much more full of life and really
    • of your thought you can really put all knowledge in the same category—you
    • when you reflect that before birth you feel the lack because they really
    • to have been really of much less use and much more dried up since the
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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:
    • cannot endure, you have the feeling you are in sunlight as if you really
    • the pain; it is really drowning the suffering, sending it outside. In
    • There is really a great
    • From this you will find it comprehensible that those who really know
    • these communications were received? And it was really impossible to
    • There, more mediumistic methods were used for investigation. Really
    • just because if one is narrow-minded it is really quite im possible
    • really strikingly conspicuous, at times even taking grotesque forms.
    • it may be said: Is this the kind of swindle that I really find more
    • really to my heed to these things with a sound mind but also with all
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 5: Paganism, Hebraism, and the Greek Spirit, Hellenism
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    • really grasp the Old Testament but the essential innermost being weaving
    • being of the spirit itself. Whoever really knows in Plato on whet heights
    • that really finds the Goethe spirit in the whole course of human evolution,
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 6: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation
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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
    • was organised by men, by personalities, who really had not grown out
    • 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
  • Title: Regarding Higher Worlds
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    • you have become learned in theory. It doesn't really come to
    • a sense: “You live in this”. — This is really quite
    • while really take on the forms of all kinds of grotesque
    • human being really must go through in the astral world, so to
    • really entering this bliss, having learnt to add the self
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    • at the way Goethe considered himself, that one can't really get
    • knowledge, couldn't grasp what really was working in his soul.
    • really struggled once with conceptual knowledge, with an idea
    • about; here and there even justice was done but really
    • reach, though his nature observation, what really lies behind
    • is looked for. When really searching for insight, the second
    • Whosoever participates in these steps, really penetrating into
    • come, because when you really understand yourself, you have to
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    • insight into what really matters, must we ask the following
    • that we really try to do this. Clairvoyant vision will soon
    • really orientate ourselves within the anthroposophic way:
    • you will really see the results. This no other person can prove
    • opinion.” You will find that whoever has really
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    • But really there are two
    • to show all that can be accomplished by a really creative conception
    • he himself really makes the endeavour — which very few people will
    • and allows himself to be carried into a really organic-artistic, a feeling
    • an organism is a very different thing. For when a man really understands
    • 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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    • If you would really get
    • motif is really very complicated in relation to the one that has gone
    • repetition, here one has a progressive evolution. This is really the
    • 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
    • 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
    • is only a work of art if this chimney really fulfils its purpose. Then
    • who can follow the things with really inner understanding, for you see
    • this building and what it stands for, then the movement will really
    • is all around in the world. Do you find anything really pertinent to
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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
    • What really must enter into the earth-life of humanity will only enter
    • in this rough way of colourless pictures things which have really only
    • Ahriman alone and Lucifer alone you will really understand neither;
    • only when you have them side by side, because really Ahriman and Lucifer
    • 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.
    • day, he will really indeed find within himself the necessary stimulus
    • really happened. Those who do appreciate it will surely feel that nothing
    • which has been described. We must painfully, really painfully, realise,
    • For I must remember, how necessary it really is to communicate certain
    • there is really no set of people in whom really the impersonal objective
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture I: The Problem of Faust
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    • ancient wisdom could be really helpful to humanity, for it is
    • poodle,” he is really saying this to himself. And now
    • important thing in the evolution of man on earth, what really
    • 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
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture II: The Romantic Walpurgis-Night
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    • bear in mind that Goethe's meaning was really of a spiritual
    • Goethe was really not the commonplace, imperturbable Monist
    • given to Faust, but it really belongs to Mephistopheles
    • where witches are concerned, that really cannot be put on the
    • 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.
    • Goethe's poem we are dealing with something that really rises
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture III: Goethe's Feeling for the Concrete.
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    • 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
    • works he had really studied, the treatise De Generatione
    • saying that, at last, after endless effort, he had really
    • to live, really live, within ancient Greece, by having Helen,
    • really immerse ourselves in reality and learn to understand
    • concepts that can really enter into the connections of the
    • But these matters must really be taken very seriously. And
    • to form really clear concepts about all the various
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture IV: Faust and the "Mothers"
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    • way in which it is introduced into the poem, it really
    • 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
    • already spoken of this here — no one is really able to
    • ‘Rhine’ you are not referring to anything really
    • among these courtiers, who really are not pictured as being
    • word is really developed what Faust brings for his
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture V: Faust and the Problem of Evil
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    • be rightly judged by comparison. It is not really enough to
    • which we really experience. Behind all thoughts are Imaginations;
    • 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
    • the Scene at the Emperor's Court? What is it really at this
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VI: The Helena Saga and the Riddle of Freedom
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    • rather not hear of what is really contained in the impusles
    • his mother really were. He could not but think Corinth, where
    • really behind these Heroes! They could not tell them that
    • thing that really brings about the social structure in that
    • 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
  • 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
    • other Greek, man or woman, as the Greeks really were”.
    • as really all upholders of modern science must be, otherwise
    • what is really to be wondered at in this world — this
    • respect these all really belong to a former world. Just think
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VIII: Spiritual Science Considered with the Classical Walpurgis-Night
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    • between waking and sleeping is really only apparent. We might
    • you had done something really tactless — unfitting.
    • about subjective experiences that take place really in 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
    • subtle, but world-shattering matters with only really
    • be really read. Man has, however, more or less lost the habit
  • 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
    • all theory where natural phenomena are concerned, and really
    • it led in a wholesome way — if his ideas are really
    • task when it comes to sound natural science. Should we really
    • old. Let us assume he wishes to be really clear about, let us
    • think, really think, about nature in Goethe's way, in the
    • And it is really in the spirit of Goethe's world outlook that
    • really logical, clever theories. I have often said that it is
    • unconscious and the sub-conscious. What really is significant
    • For the capacity must really be there always
    • what is referred to here is really immaterial; we could at
    • outlook is needed. But the moment men should really come to
    • is really wrong and what is lacking. The writer says that if
    • Goethe's. For it frees us from the false belief — really a
    • imagine, when once this idea of two-sidedness is really
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture X: Faust's Knowledge and Understanding of Himself
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    • of the body. Goethe really wishes to show that it is possible
    • really to know man must go beyond what is enclosed within the
    • is, really, to deceive yourself about him. For the human
    • man rise today to anything really creative. He keeps to a
    • noble use of this understanding, but even so does not really
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XI: The Vision of Reality in the Greek Myths
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    • superstitious pedants have really no idea how small a part
    • without prejudice speak of what this really involves. In what
    • pictures, do we really enter into what in this scene was
    • 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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    • superficiality into a really deep comprehension of life.
    • really at the bottom of all the grotesque notions that are
    • — on and on right up to the blossom. No one can really
    • unattractive; and this is really what would come into being
    • and not destroy. For men will really find the correct
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    • in this way present day humanity cannot really build a bridge
    • really senses how shadowy the abstract concepts are, how the
    • however must then be really practiced quite systematically.
    • if one wants to have a say, there one must really understand
    • can otherwise experience as pain in the world is really
    • just through that personality. One really looks at oneself how
    • to whom he was speaking in the morning. He must really be able
    • physical life. Now one really gets to know the inner being of
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    • commandments of other ancient folk and don't really depict
    • really fulfil your tasks in the physical world, when you have
    • “I”-Laws into everyday language, in order to really
    • you as it really needs to be translated, to bring it to such an
    • “When you really understand Me, then you will understand
    • about actual outward action which really sprouts from what had
    • the entire tone of the Ten Commandments, when we really
    • Divine Spirit will really be embodied in an individual. In
    • this can only really happen when the Divine is grasped in the
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    • of outer science. When we allow spiritual knowledge to really
    • relationship of plant suffering to plant joy then we really
    • volcanic outbursts and earthquakes. Here we really have
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    • these things as they really are, bringing to bear upon the
    • absurdity, really hits the mark. This is the position in which
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume III: Lecture I
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    • 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
    • under an influence which has really killed all meaning. To
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture I: Cosmic Forces in Man
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    • there was really no possibility of basing the management of public
    • surrounded on all hands by really marvellous technical achievements.
    • wanders over the Earth without knowing what kind of being he really
    • into material, physical existence on the Earth. And so we really have
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    • and what we can work over in our thoughts. We are only really awake
    • the world of the Archangels. It is really so: Between death and a new
    • realm of the Angels, can be permeated with a really inward love for
    • Within the head we really have a physical mirror-image of the thoughts
    • free spiritual activity, to a really intimate, and natural relation to
    • is devoid of Spirit — really only the corpse of the
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture III: The Mission of the Scandanavian Peoples
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    • how to bring it to expression in life. Abstract theories are really of
    • from the Spiritual. Modern man does not really know the world.
    • North may well have been perplexed, for it really was as though men
    • Europe, in Western Asia, or in Middle Europe. There has really been an
    • really the physical man or woman to whom they were listening, but that
    • Northern peninsula the trend is more towards the East. It is a really
    • everywhere deflected. They do not become really active. They cannot
    • life of feeling is really only another form of dream life. In our
    • without asking in this concrete way what they really have to do after
    • souls. In taking my leave, I remain together with you, I do not really
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    • really happened? Hitherto young Gottlieb had received with the most
    • 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
    • really uncouth and that he had no talent for adapting himself to
    • 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
    • accept the resignation which Fichte had not really meant to
    • according to principles which are really self-evident and which
    • really brought about my downfall, namely — the German
    • University really existed anywhere in the world! if actually we
    • it was really outrageous that Fichte was now to
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    • making themselves inwardly beautiful. And they really felt something
    • 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
    • well as those of the community who were not there. This really would
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 1 of 9
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    • poem really is. Let us for once place this before us quite
    • 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
    • nation-soul does not really count. This may be a hard saying but it
    • within Maya we must recognize what it really is that we may rightly
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    • occult record it becomes ever clearer that it is really most
    • 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
    • is really to enter into the concrete truths of the super-sensible
    • expression of a deep occult truth. Let us assume that someone really
    • 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
    • worlds. There are those who really believe that a dream has given
    • everyday life. If you really try to carry out the exercises I have
    • 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
    • occult development, we have really gone through such experiences in
    • thing. If we really have the experience just described, if we do not
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    • clairvoyance. This is also a faculty man does not really need for his
    • man were really the being that materialistic thinking considers him,
    • 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
    • a kind of overflow in his soul and belongs really to other
    • experience to the higher realm we have spoken of, man really does
    • perceives nothing of what is really there, and instead he longs for
    • self. Then we may really be in a position to say that here in the
    • We really cannot take
    • and get results in this realm we are really looking into a region of
    • this wonderful Song are to give you something which, if you really
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    • sleeping. What does it really signify? We can only understand the
    • thinkers declared that this hollow cup did not really exist. They
    • not really there; when he said, “You have only to realize that
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    • REALLY is exceedingly difficult in our Western civilization to
    • 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
    • To really penetrate
    • really means when a new impulse is given for a new epoch in the
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    • those that really distinguish man from the animal — cannot
    • really be perceived in a sleeping man. So we should have to say that
    • we succeed in making a really perfect vacuum inside it. That is very
    • the form they take, are really rubbish. They are themselves a kind of
    • lower nature, they are so wonderful because they really breathe the
    • forces dwell. This second man is really never there in a pure,
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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
    • followed developed a really penetrating understanding of this poem.
    • In the time between then and now there were only a few who really
    • person, who does not know what European spiritual evolution really
    • really is. Also, we shall realize how untold misunderstandings are possible,
    • another way also if we want to attain a really deep understanding. To
    • concepts. Therefore, one who really penetrates the matter finds no
    • right at his hand. It really does, even if only for a Solovieff, a
    • 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.
    • comfortable. They really do not want to act at all. Thus are men to
    • us ask again, what is it that Krishna really wants for Arjuna, whose
    • ideas. This is really true, that Shankaracharya would today introduce
    • really are. To the way of looking at things that goes so far in
    • after all we really penetrate into their depths. Another idea follows
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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
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    • really a vice — of indolence. In recent times we have gained some
    • person, but of someone who can really enjoy to the full the effect
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    • that is really experienced?
    • innermost nature, what you yourself really are, is veiled from your
    • 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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    • 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
    • to himself that in spite of all this education he really knows
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    • dream of a trotting horse but the sound is really caused by the
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture V: Yoga In East and West
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    • nobody in a room which is really full of people. The Initiate
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    • all beings in Nature. The scene is really an allusion to the law that
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    • movements of this being — whom we cannot really call
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    • organism is unable really to behold life. The occultist, on the other
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    • really be comprehensible to those who are already somewhat
    • general. The really necessary way of development that man
    • we need not necessarily really know him for what he is. I
    • science or learning by which one could really understand what
    • emphasise that anyone who really wishes to receive initiation
    • 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
    • faith, but a text which really gives strength, and a
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    • particular stage of initiation that one really knows what
    • this chapter really carefully will see that this is what is
    • teaching. Therefore, the theosophical outlook was really
    • (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
    • although the physical body is only a small part of what man really is,
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture II: The Three Worlds
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    • be bewildered, because there is really nothing in the physical world
    • 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
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture III: Life of the Soul in Kamaloka
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    • she really did reject and oppose the idea of reincarnation. She herself
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture V: Human Tasks in the Higher Worlds
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    • being: for instance, a hen sitting on her eggs. This is really a very
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VI: The Upbringing of Children. Karma.
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    • year it is really only the physical body that parents and educators have
    • which really makes life comprehensible for the first time. The law of
    • Anyone who really takes this law into his thinking and feeling will
    • 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
    • the world is really one great unity and brotherhood. And just as in
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VII: Workings of the Law of Karma in Human Life
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    • the fact that for most people the really burning question is: How does
    • If we want really to
  • 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
    • this how wonderful karmic relationships really are, and how questions
    • creatures such as the saurians and water-tortoises, which were really
    • What was really happening there? In a previous life the man had killed
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture IX: Evolution of the Earth
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    • it is the Sun that kindles its reproductive power. The root is really
    • really a sort of “plant-animal”: they were able to feel
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture X: Progress of Mankind Up To Atlantean Times
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    • Akkadians and Mongols, really went beyond the goal of Atlantean
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XI: The Post-Atlantean Culture-Epochs
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    • lotus-flowers. When a man enters on occult development, he is thus really
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XIV: Rosicrucian Training - The Interior of the Earth - Earthquakes and Volcanoes
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    • Really to go out of yourself
    • is what really matters. If we say that we want more moral teaching and
    • 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
    • dissension in, and that should really be an impossibility. So the
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    • in the theological faculties has really not contained anything
    • of the spiritual world. And when you have a really active cure,
    • sickbed, where often a priest has to intervene in life in a really
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    • certain phenomena, not in the customary manner but in a really
    • 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
    • medically — such “patients” say, priests can really
    • in bourgeois everyday life, these people become really insane, and
    • really lead to fundamental esoteric knowledge. But it can also be
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    • 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
    • theoretical knowledge but really living into the things. Physicians
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    • important that we look into the question: What is really inherited by
    • really holds good only for the first seven years of life. Only for
    • 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
    • What is really working when spiritual forces are working? Obviously
    • knowledge. The knowledge really sheds light on the relation between
    • either, really.
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    • very far — really requires the sensitivity of a physician who
    • accompanying symptoms I have mentioned. For it really happens in
    • should really only emerge during the second seven years.
    • can only be really understood if one grasps clearly the connection
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    • point of view there is really not very much difference. From an inner
    • — 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
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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
    • missing. They go on without really any inner working
    • 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
    • what really binds us together. We are permeated by a different kind
    • abstraction. What really binds us together is the possession of
    • observing the world as it evolves, materialistic views don't really
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    • activity to be found in human thought and feeling. What really lies
    • science that is really striving to reach a higher level. These things
    • 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.
    • Hippocrates was really a latecomer as far as ancient medicine is
    • 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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    • physician one part of the Mystery of Golgotha can be really
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    • in the theological faculties has really not contained anything
    • of the spiritual world. And when you have a really active cure,
    • sickbed, where often a priest has to intervene in life in a really
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    • certain phenomena, not in the customary manner but in a really
    • 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
    • medically — such “patients” say, priests can really
    • in bourgeois everyday life, these people become really insane, and
    • really lead to fundamental esoteric knowledge. But it can also be
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    • 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
    • theoretical knowledge but really living into the things. Physicians
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    • important that we look into the question: what is really inherited by
    • really holds good only for the first seven years of life. Only for
    • 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
    • What is really working when spiritual forces are working? Obviously
    • knowledge. The knowledge really sheds light on the relation between
    • either, really.
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    • very far — really requires the sensitivity of a physician who
    • accompanying symptoms I have mentioned. For it really happens in
    • should really only emerge during the second seven years.
    • can only be really understood if one grasps clearly the connection
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    • point of view there is really not very much difference. From an inner
    • — 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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    • 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
    • missing. They go on without really any inner working
    • 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
    • what really binds us together. We are permeated by a different kind
    • abstraction. What really binds us together is the possession of
    • observing the world as it evolves, materialistic views don't really
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    • activity to be found in human thought and feeling. What really lies
    • science that is really striving to reach a higher level. These things
    • 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.
    • Hippocrates was really a latecomer as far as ancient medicine is
    • 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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    • world. But this really happened in the old mysteries. Individuals saw
    • physician one part of the Mystery of Golgotha can be really
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    • really wanted. Let us ask them what was their will, their purpose.
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    • something which is not really recognisable in the ordinary
    • source of life, it is really vibrant, weaving life! Thus what has
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    • the events there described really took place in the sphere of
    • really constituted the whole substance of Saturn, was in a kind of
    • “partition” was really more like a notional one, and the
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    • any other time. But there is really not time in these lectures to
    • outer aspect — the maya, the illusion — of what is really
    • 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
    • these “days” of creation, they are really not worth bothering
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    • recognise on the Sun the Beings who were still really Saturn Beings?
    • does it really mean to be awake? All the activity of our souls, all
    • really make any sense of these words. What really lies behind
    • (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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    • This crude simile really does give a fair idea of the sort of
    • apprehension, it has to come from a sphere really above that of the
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    • These pictures which are really living in the soul through meditation
    • search for the secrets which are really hidden behind the words. Then
    • from these ancient writers, who really needed to take no oath, but
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    • it really understood itself. But nevertheless if we study the course
    • is really very odd that the commentators should have argued as to
    • If now we look upon the expulsion from Paradise as really referring
    • find this out if they really wanted to learn. If we studied
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    • second, separate account of creation; really it is quite consistent
    • ourselves more closely what all this really signified for man in his
    • being. In the moon element man has something within him which really
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    • heavenly man.” That is what it really says. But if you take a
    • account there — thus making his Rainbow Bible really complete!
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    • people have experienced what Bolshevism really is, something good can
    • These well-intentioned people are the really difficult ones to deal
    • nothing really important about this interval of peace and that the
    • material brain really represents a process of decay: materialistic
    • King” which appears on every ministerial decree, really mean
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    • question, but that is not what concerns us at the moment. The really
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    • thought-activity. But the really eternal element of the human soul is
    • In Nietzsche, it was a definitely material substratum that was really
    • has really no desire to know anything about the reality of the Risen
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    • anyone who really studies the matter understand the life of Elisabeth
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    • would actually perish; he would really meet with physical death.
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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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • early age. You see it is really the case that the separate sections
    • really grows.
    • really prepares himself for death: he really makes himself ready for
    • retrospective journey through the soul-world, that he really is in a
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    • Fraulein Stinde accomplished, really very considerably exhausted her
    • 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
    • tableau. You must quite clearly understand what a man there really
    • 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,
    • the way in which they act in life. And this really makes life
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    • the Grecian epoch. From this you see that man's etheric body really
    • 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
    • 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
    • really evolves more and more in a definite direction. One might call
    • of being.’ What do I really mean by this? Nowadays hardly
    • 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
    • possible for those yonder to believe that earth-life really contains
    • In our time it is really a good plan to acquaint ourselves with such
    • follow with incredible rapidity. The zenith of materialism was really
    • strong forces, working for the ideal to be really worked into earth
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    • spiritual world as by an act of grace. One must wait. There is really
    • which really has nothing to do with the immediate necessities of the
    • 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
    • have pointed out how clever we should really be if we could with our
    • We are really vexed that we are not able to carry it out. We think how
    • must do this which will really hinder the later action. We have the
    • forms a friendship for another. You may say: ‘I really cannot
    • really did not think so and so was so clever, for when I approached
    • him and exchanged thoughts with him or was in his society he really
    • beneath our ordinary consciousness there really rules something which
    • evolution, is really something delicate and intimate; for we must of
    • to because of his egotism, but to have our interests really extended.
    • made popular. One must really beware of gaining such popularity, for
    • ‘How’ (the manner): that we should really bestir ourselves
    • old. Now with the etheric body the case is really quite different. Our
    • And it is well to use this expression. We really grow young as regards
    • gradually become necessary to coin words wherewith really to grasp the
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    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • You see that we have here a really beautiful work of art, which indeed
    • of the Vienna Burg-Theatre. This novel is really not only one of the
    • purely from an artistic standpoint. It is really so written that the
    • must have known a man who really had such experiences in the course of
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    • 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
    • merely his image, so we really have only images of the whole external
    • What is really the origin of this critical resignation, of this
    • 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
    • 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
    • — but the thinking of those who are really the clever men of
    • The matter has, however, really another aspect. We must be clear that
    • lacking in the power of fluidic thought, unable really to follow what
    • One may be very clever in some branch or other, and possess a really
    • cleverness.’ One who really knows never has that feeling. He has
    • ‘How little I have really accomplished in the matter and how
    • said, such a book really oozes with vanity. It is clever, but terribly
    • and thus it is the Luciferic nature which really urges the men of
    • comprised in our spiritual movement, it really forms part of it that
    • really place themselves in the right attitude to it. So that really, I
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    • the air in this way is warmth; it is really a fine etheric substance,
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    • wandered over the earth was then really a being folded together. The
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    • Stranger’, someone who does not really belong; ‘Galilee’ means a small
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    • What do we really mean when we speak of “spirit”? We
    • works further upon his organs, how he really teaches his organs. From
    • 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
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    • products he makes. It might really be said: Into what the animal does
    • form, these forces are really active and coming to expression. Then
    • these forces close down. But when they are really within the
    • through the soul, in gesture. Hence we feel ourselves really
    • 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
    • That is really an
    • founded on deep truth. This is really so, and in what is thus
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    • existed the Mystery centres which really fulfilled the functions alike
    • the trouble really to understand the world around us.
    • at which it is possible for him really to receive answers to his
    • recurring as they do in the course of every year, may really be looked
    • We must learn again what it really signifies when the sun sends its
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    • merest indications can be given — it is really not possible to
    • ideas. The pictures of memory are really identical in nature with
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    • known; on the contrary, too little is known about it. What is really
    • practical side. And one really never gets beyond the most primitive
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    • has really succeeded in thus planting Lycurgus or Alcibiades on their
    • tolerance is not really there and if we do not really practice it.
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    • 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
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    • certainly do not. Anyone really pursuing the practical path into the
    • observation is really attained, it takes place at first in the etheric
    • ugliness, quite in place in the world of the senses, can really no
    • 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
    • Threshold, we must really lay aside all that we know of ourselves, but
    • nothing of this; if he knew what his bodies really were he would not
    • this we really see a concept that, in the world of the senses, can
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    • world” is really only a gathering up of all that streams in
    • 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
    • mercy or consideration, the really grievous faults one knows oneself
    • 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
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    • follow. It is not good to neglect this. It really amounts to this,
    • 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
    • really feel anything external anywhere, you only feel the one point in
    • really at rest. Everywhere you feel yourself in this revolving
    • accept a real description of the higher worlds. If that is really what
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    • indispensable to anyone really wanting to undertake the first or
    • something within it that is really repeated and appears in all worlds.
    • there as the great Light-bearer who leads, really leads, to bringing
    • 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
    • are only possible, there are really no such utterances, no such
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    • really to be considered, things that have to be effectively pointed
    • purifying force of thinking really works in such a way that it leads
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    • man can really possess as a soul-being, is expressed, when we mention
    • 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
    • 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.
    • centre of the sensible horizon, now really becomes the world, and we
    • when this now really becomes the world outside, towards which
    • really exist, and how they appear when seen from outside.
    • thou art that; such thou really art in thy moral, inner being, as
    • really art!
    • really belongs with one's inner being and into which one enters
    • into which we really first enter when we have experienced this fourth
    • permeate our whole soul so that we thereby really learn to know
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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
    • 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
    • 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
    • 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
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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
    • 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
    • directly. Feeling does arise in us but as a shadow of what it really
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    • 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
    • be a far-off ideal. But if he really allows Spiritual Science to act
    • soul really becomes different. No one can take up Spiritual Science
    • these have not yet really permeated themselves inwardly with
    • Spiritual Science really enters into one's life; it makes the
    • are unable really to give the answer. The consequence of this is that
    • physical, when we recognise it really as the connection of cause and
    • death — we shall really possess the spiritual power necessary
    • whether the cause also really causes; that is the important question.
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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
    • life and used in such a way that our body shall really live and that
    • world as a reality. We gradually arrive at really having the souls of
    • spiritual world, in so far as these really live in the spiritual
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    • that with enjoyments such as these, we really prepare infinite pain
    • comprehend human life and really to acquire the right instinct to
    • death; but he really retains certain forces within him which he would
    • through an accident. If we really wish to survey these things with
    • standpoint of life is really quite different from what it can be in
    • really becomes fruit and again seed in the regular course of
    • themselves and really enter into this spiritual life, become
    • should really not forget ourselves up to the Midnight Hour of
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    • shall find ourselves reflecting how little we really owe to
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    • really understands the world, the earthly spiritual life which
    • of Jehovah-religions. To-day we are really confronted with an
    • really speaking about the Christ. They never come to the point of
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    • refuse to grasp what the State really is, but want to portray it in
    • perception of what the State really is?
    • life, and for which spiritual life should really come to serve as a
    • you will be impelled to ask: What really lies at the bottom of all
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    • Scientists in our time do not reflect that they should really examine
    • ask if it is really justified thus to proceed from the known to the
    • justified thus to distinguish (what is what they really do) between
    • things we really must reach clarity. You see, dear Friends, along the
    • with — things that are really exercised by man before he
    • outer Nature there is really something like the point a
    • I have pictured to myself in thought will really happen. So then it
    • it really? And we shall have to admit: Here we already get stuck! The
    • in many instances we really find it so. There are whole fields of
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    • modern Physics does not really understand what this leap involves.
    • it is not really possible to gain true or clear ideas of what
    • out upon the path that can really lead to a bridging of the gulf
    • The moving object cannot be the mere thought of a point. Really to
    • about 1250 grammes. If, when we bear the brain within us, it really
    • of which the brain is really tending upward, contrary to its own
    • really there between the phoronomical and the material domains.
    • the way across by really diving into the realm of matter, which is
    • all that meets us by way of colour really confronts us in two
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    • I really must ask you to swallow the bitter pill (I mean, those of
    • really healthy ideas into a modern school. We must find ways of
    • make the light go through the prism, the prism really does no more
    • yonder wall. He really expected to see the light in seven colours.
    • isn't responsible. Yet as we say, the colours are really caused by
    • remarkable. The expanse of the retina which you see here is really
    • light precisely at its point of entry. If it is really the nerve that
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    • to what is really seen. For if you are looking thus into the bright
    • is really happening when experiments are set up in the way he did. I
    • light and dark. We have just seen how it is really to be explained.
    • no proof that it is really there. All that is purely kinematical or
    • really is like that — if she has made the light composite
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    • as well as we are able, that this dark line does really appear in the
    • not the simplest. Another phenomenon is really the simple one. If you
    • only one that has reality. What is really there in the world outside
    • is really there. This then, to some extent, is our procedure. We see
    • abstractions. We dismember, what is really one, into two
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    • — above it and below — is diverted too. I really ought
    • really going on when the phenomena of colour comes into being before
    • my forehead; they are not really separate entities. I shall regard
    • really inorganic things are our machines, and even these are only so
    • is really electro-magnetic rays passing through space.
    • vibrations of the elastic ether are really vibrations of
    • not at all easy for Physics if these more recent phenomena really
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    • red. I am not really seeing the white screen; what I see is a
    • experiment that the green really is objective. It remains green,
    • it. You will then see it for what it really is. In the one case we
    • really perceiving when we come into relation to the
    • warmth-organism which really swims in the warmth of your
    • we have the faculty of living in what really underlies the light;
    • really the out-breathed air which brings about the process. When I
    • are living in the element of warmth. You really live in the
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    • condensations of the air. We really need not do all these
    • “hearing”, what is really there outside me are these
    • psyche, while for the rest, all that is really there, seated on
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    • really be distinguished from one-another and are not yet quite
    • electricity”. It is a force of tension which is really always
    • Is it really
    • is however to put it crudely, for we are really threefold beings:
    • really awake, whilst in our feelings we are dreaming and in our
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    • not able really to enter the facts of the outer world. In the realm
    • no way of proving that two lines are really parallel, i.e. that
    • figure-out about it, there is no guarantee that it really is so.
    • really work in such a way that we can fully grasp it with the
    • time not yet gone far enough, really to think its way into these
    • phenomena but really thinks about them. If you arrange your lessons
    • progress of our Waldorf School, which ought really to prosper after
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 1: The World Behind the Tapestry of Sense-perceptions. Ecstasy and Mystical Experience.
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    • spreads around him. For a normal man that is really the safer
    • though he had entirely changed. It is really not he himself who is
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    • what really underlies it, with what is learnt by a child about the
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    • own being from within, but always from without. We really learn to
    • waking life. How, then, would it be if we were really able, on
    • development does not really consist in penetrating by force into the
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    • These three basic forces of the soul are the really valuable assets
    • significance. What the outer world now calls Mysticism really amounts
    • as a reality. If these feelings are really alive in a man and he gives
    • a man wants to know what he really looks like, discussion about this
    • encounter Beings who really do exist outside us, but to begin with we
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    • really only be described by saying that water, air and earth are
    • put one right about it; but it is really serious to regard a one-sided
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    • at the end of the lectures.] It was said that there are no longer any really
    • possible to describe that world as it really is. If a man knows to
    • yesterday, really erroneous ideas are not absolutely catastrophic
    • course of his incarnations. Just as we only really come to know a man
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 8: Mirror-images of the Macrocosm in Man. Rosicrucian Symbols.
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    • We will now ask ourselves whether this nervous system really functions
    • own activity. If he really makes the attempt the pupil will again
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 9: Organs of Spiritual Perception. Contemplation of the Ego from Twelve Vantage-points. The Thinking of the Heart.
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    • really feel anything akin — I say expressly akin — to
    • false. If we are really intent upon experiencing truth, we must not
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    • through the body and back, so that what really belongs to the heart is
    • deteriorated.’ Those who really understand will not complain but
    • And now we can really form some idea of the nature of a primeval man.
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    • of breathing really make the impression of children playing with fire.
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    • really seeking spiritual substance in cultural life
    • through not differentiating them .properly. What is really
    • place they are really dependent on material
    • subject I am fond of citing a really significant question which
    • alone, but where we really have to struggle inwardly to acquire
    • and really experiencing them, and this means giving up the
    • the contrary we really seek to experience them, then we find
    • into human soul life, so that at certain points we really
    • the soul is observed by the spirit which has really tried to
    • inner life, so that the will is really led into the thinking.
    • science of spirit, by means of which we can really penetrate
    • the lungs. We get to know the ego as it really is and we know
    • spirit- soul beings that we really discover. The spiritual
    • really only a preparation. Everything else has to be waited
    • in natural science. It is only then that we can really
    • what is really immortal in himself, for this immortal part of
    • the spiritual scientific view: What was really happening when
  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture II: The Psychological Expression of the Unconscious
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    • difficult for people really to go into and acquire an
    • — providing we really do want to
    • about what the core of man's being really is, rather than what
    • consciousness can be found, is really of no more value than the
    • science of spirit can really penetrate into the sphere of
    • object that what the science of spirit describes is really only
    • spiritual world, having overlooked or forgotten how he really
    • order to see it as it really is. The image or idea we keep in
    • really in unconscious sleep there is nothing in the room,
    • think about anything that is around us, and in really dreamless
    • characteristic of our dreams is that we really remain in
    • appears to be broken by a sense impression, it is really only
    • given to him by his actual observation of what dreams really
    • what dreams present in pictures, and what they are really based
    • to observing such things knows that what really happens
    • into his normal experience, and which really are no longer
    • about what really happened.
    • really are in our souls and compare this with our destiny. And
    • of what we really bear in our inner nature, of what we really
  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture III: The Science of the Spirit and Modern Questions
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    • that we are compelled to live with them. But neither really
    • really wanted to reach what was already known.
    • is the spirit, the soul which is really working in me, and I
    • anthroposophically orientated Science of the Spirit are really
    • will treat it according to what it is really for. Even as a
    • should really be explained by those who face such facts on the
    • memory. It is through this faculty of memory that we are really
    • spiritual world. It is really as if we begin to go to sleep,
    • really free, for they make themselves independent of the
    • on the other, the power of love which really enables us to
    • illnesses there were really no remedies. In modern scientific
    • So we see how the Science of the Spirit really leads to
    • man really is. In meeting our neighbors we notice in them what
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    • our meditation is really permeated by such feelings we hold back in our
    • Wisdom of the World radiates in the Light’, we may now really feel
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    • preceding Nicholas Cusanus. Only then can we really comprehend what
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    • mathematical one. Anyone how makes such a distinction does not really
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    • it cannot be really understood and is at most simply assumed to be a
    • stragglers of the old view. He really does not speak about the cosmos
    • the greatest thinkers. Thus Newton really does not know why he takes
    • the human element really is not at all concerned with finiteness or
    • for sense perceptions do not really exist. Reality is spiritual
    • religious dogma, he really had no ground at all for his assertion of
    • What are we really doing when we seek differential equations for
    • illusion. With regard to its content, every integral is really an
    • differentiation really implies annihilation, while integration is the
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    • one really entered into this growing process of the child, this could
    • nowhere really differentiated in itself, or whether substance,
    • exact words, but they are close to what he really intends.) Almost
    • such perception, the subjective aspect is really disregarded, because
    • inanimate in discrete form. And if one really has to oscillate
    • the others are really dealing with something organic, but the way
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    • experienced qualities, the scientific age was really saying that it
    • really does not take into consideration that these secondary
    • Let us recall that if we really want to focus correctly on something
    • spiritual-scientific training) in really inwardly experiencing what
    • moment of falling asleep to waking up, he knows that he is really
    • produces only an image of what is really contained in sound or color.
    • we have to form an idea of how we really experience sound outside our
    • this opposition has remained to this day. This is why Goethe really
    • essential nature of man. We were not really aware of the extent to
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    • the weight of our limbs is really only a figure of speech. A more
    • is constantly active in light. It can really be said that man felt
    • term for inertia, Trägheit, really means laziness.)
    • simplest and most convenient, one really does not know much about
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    • influence and mix with one another really amounts to an inner human
    • In the Seventeenth Century, people really began to totally ignore
    • Naturally, people began to think that the heart is really a pump that
    • really only an invention, but it was very hard to rid science of this
    • highly evolved animal. Of course, the animal was not really
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    • the process of being divorced from man, because as yet we really
    • inwardly experienced semblance really is. It will reveal itself as
    • attempt, for once, really to study the mechanism of human movement.
    • essential point about the spleen is that it is really an excretory
    • really be observed; therefore, it couldn't be brought to life
    • man really penetrates to pure thinking, then he finds in it the
    • inner life. In it, he discovers that the spirit really speaks to him.
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    • What then does it really mean when I say, if I put my fingers in the
    • intermediate temperature, I get different sensations? Is there really
    • which really is not inherent in it, namely the variation from the
    • clarify our ideas, or all the present ideas on these things are really
    • must, therefore, consider what Achilles really does, and not simply
    • could really take a trip to the sun and could see that none of their
    • step is to seek a way really to investigate the light of the sun by
    • than zero. It has a very real meaning. As his father, you really have
    • really happened is that the outer observable motion has been
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    • friends, in doing this, the most important thing for a really
    • handled are really not old. They began for the most part in the
    • They had lost the habit of really following things in thought. The old
    • and to observe the outer results of the experiments but really to
    • really be able to evaluate such things as we have today drawn plainly
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    • this is that when I really wish to work in this realm, I ought not to
    • know this relation we can hope really to press forward into the
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    • importance if we really wish to force our way through to the nature of
    • really know it without leaving the three dimensional space. Then it
    • really mean then when I say: Heat as it is applied in the steam engine
    • active we really have to leave three dimensional space, and then we
    • are obliged to say, “We are really ourselves this heat being. In
    • conceptual world is really a kind of residue of seeing and hearing and
    • that man is really asleep so far as his will is concerned. He is,
    • really is there and takes place, and can its existence be denied
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    • electricity were not really sense impressions, at least not immediate
    • own passive concepts, by which we represent the world, are really a
    • we raise ourselves to imaginative concepts, we really take a step
    • further on the path of imaginative thinking. Suppose you have really
    • experiences you have in occult training are really opposed to the
    • You see, in ordinary life, it is really, as the theorists say it is,
    • inspirational ideas, he becomes able really to observe the parallel
    • brain becomes really visible. Aside from the fact that it is extremely
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    • this field the way will open to an understanding of what heat really
    • What is really involved here and what does it mean? What we are
    • hinder this, the liquid surface is formed. The forces are really
    • their relation to the earth, show a picture of that which is really
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    • fact observation necessary if you are really to follow physical
    • physics. Let us ask ourselves where the modern method really leads us
    • our looking upon it as really a product of some more widely embracing
    • really physical terms and not merely in mathematical terms, which
    • Does not that which is active in the gas really lie on the far side of
    • do not really enter into vitality? We can do it when we consider the
    • first come to true physics. For today, physical facts really stand in
    • Geometry really comprehends space forms but can never comprehend the
    • really to include the physical. They immerse themselves in the nature
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    • Hartmann are really postulated as their foundation. A perpetuum mobile
    • really the possibility of calling forth a series of processes in a
    • empty only because I am unable to perceive what is really in it. Do
    • I therefore ever really carry out my experiments in a closed
    • transition zone is really somewhat difficult for us. We have on the
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    • attention to the problem of indicating what really lies behind these
    • previous experiments. What we show is really this, that by forming a
    • really behind the phenomenon of energy transformation, this we will
    • really seek to connect heat with the being of man. Even the facts that
    • really taking place in the realm of heat expresses itself in the gas
    • circumscribed forms are in a relative sense pictures of what is really
    • varying forms in the solid world. We really have today only the
    • and which really lies in the realm beneath the solid realm? For we do,
    • these are present in a suitable fashion. What really happens we must
    • really valid. If however, one forms a concept in which tone is merely
    • ordinary spectrum therefore, we really have only a part of what would
    • really given in such a manner that one has no foundation on which to
    • reflections are said really to come from the raindrops. In brief you
    • of the rainbow really leads me to think of the matter thus, that when
    • and I really have to add to the seven-colored spectrum the accessory
    • you really go in one direction in the sense indicated in our diagrams.
    • realms. Now when we go further, we must really come back from the
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    • says: the heat is simply conducted. He is really observing how the
    • Entirely will-free thought content is really never present just as
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    • thinking. You know from what we have already said that there is really
    • what heat really is, intensified motion. Motion that continually
    • below the melting point of its constituents, and what it really means
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    • that there is a certain difficulty in understanding what is really
    • you are expressing what really flows and this not a heat quantity,
    • we must really represent a heat quantity working within a body by
    • within science itself. The parallelism shows how we are really dealing
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    • now, these pictured pictures are really present with light passes
    • really mean something to you, you must work them over within
    • possible. For this second law really tears a certain realm of
    • into a circle. Thus if it were really true, as examination of a
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    • When, however, we speak of chemical processes, we are really dealing
    • really understand correctly that we have here the forces of the earth,
    • And this is really due to the fact that tone manifestation preserves a
    • account of the great size of the earth, we find we are really dealing
    • perception, the subjective experiences of temperature. We really
    • Our understanding of man himself is really much broadened, you see, if
    • way through the concepts really woven into the world, the objective
    • to see that something old is really dying out, for little is to be
    • You can see there is much to be done. We really learn how such is to
    • The moment you really try to utilize in pedagogy the definite and
    • are not really present, if we try to see these things in that which
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    • of meditation. But this exercise is really only a preliminary one to
    • the dissolution from the body; he is given a pre-vision of what really
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    • shows what kind of being man himself really is; how he is part of the
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    • the senses, but revealing something really spiritual, just as the
    • there grew up a modern branch of Theology which concerns itself really
    • But a mere Jesus-Faith is really no longer Christianity.
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    • the character of visions with that of imagination which is really
    • not really a merging of something spiritual into something physical,
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    • happy, joy-giving events of my life I owe to fate; but my really true
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture VII: Evolutionary Stages of our Earth before the Lemurian Epoch
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    • really explained by this external illustration. No cosmic system comes
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    • to tell you in detail how the physical world densified. Everything really
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    • attain his goal, has always in its really most profound essence been
    • He, who made this saying his own, was really in complete harmony with
    • side, and had really become Man, hence the Persians called one
    • relation, and say “We really are related on the side of light.”
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    • faith. Faith requires light from without, if it is really to lead to
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    • To really understand Christmas one must look back to that turning
    • world. The one who can really understand them, celebrating them with
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    • really intended to be the representative, the herald, the symbol of
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    • In his preparation, the pupil was told that the one who really wished
    • Whoever is really initiated learns to experience the sun at the
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    • draw, just as little as we can really paint lightning. We can only
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    • meteors; now flashing up, now disappearing; they really have no
    • the astral body. In a certain respect this perception is really a
    • really only experiences the planetary spirit as a whole; whereas it
    • the external world. To-day, however, nobody really believes any longer
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    • and they really perceive their own being only as long as they wish to
    • his own free will. When we consider man as he really is in the world
    • imagine the complexity of loving actions we really do nothing else
    • more that these beings, who really only live in the process of man's
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    • experience of the clairvoyant, is sympathy, love. What does it really
    • at this stage very little can really be gained. He must pass on —
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    • principle, which will only really be formed in man in full measure in
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    • inner life, really does not exist in them. If they wish to develop
    • really accurate the matter must in the first place be described as:
    • sees the planet — there is really nothing; the actual planet is
    • We have tried to describe to-day how such a planetary system really
    • arises. Very little is really known in the external world, in the
    • different. Thus what the eye sees is really nothing but the reflected
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    • really normal beings and the Luciferic beings of the hierarchies
    • conceivable — and such conditions really do exist. It is
    • moons, is really very striking as regards the occult impression. This
    • of a few comets which really have long-drawn elliptical orbits, the
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    • Angel-beings; we have also shown how, if a man really wishes to obtain
    • Such an Angel-being would really see outside in the cosmos nothing of
    • really in its original, living form, but is — so to speak —
    • “Before us is something which really points to no present, but
    • away the possibility that there really is an earth; for the earth as
    • obtained in this way has really infinite peculiarities.
    • is really one of the most wonderful impressions one can possibly have,
    • definite idea of what an inspiration really is, when we know things
    • instance, no one really understands the content of the Gospels unless
    • reveal the hiding place. Thus one has really to do with a physical
    • which is really only visible to occult consciousness. The same
    • of what the “Logos” really is. As a rule I found that the
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    • We will now pass on to show more in detail what all this really means.
    • nests is really paper. We can therefore say: “That which the
    • astral plane,” that really means that when occult vision wishes
    • Spirits of Motion. They have set themselves the task which really
    • something peculiar. Certainly with regard to the plants, if we really
    • Mazdao, in the Egyptian (if one really understands what stands behind
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    • Again, when we trace with occult vision what is really in question, we
    • to what it really is that we see when we look at the sun. We pointed
    • was built up out of the Universe by these beings. We can really only
    • the planetary system we really have to do with influences working in
    • so to the ancient Hebrew who really knew, Jehovah was the reflection
    • a feeling that Lucifer was really a good Divinity — she felt him as
    • all religions and cosmic conceptions be really able to appear. Men
    • and, above all, will become moral energy, and really make us what we
    • really governs, a Spirit of Form, Who works uniformly throughout
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    • Now let us ask ourselves what these Ten Commandments really show us
  • Title: Three Paths: Lecture I: The Path through the Gospels and The Path of Inner Experience
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    • knowledge cannot know what historical facts really stand behind that
    • force which it really has because of its organization for the whole
    • That the bearer of the Ego first becomes really capable of living in
    • does it mean that the bearer of the Ego first becomes really active in
    • organization, man is really ripe to develop an Ego out of himself only
    • years of life, in normal consciousness, we really dream ourselves,
    • really a duality. We die because we are organized in a certain way and
    • our organization. Whence comes really this curious fact of duality in
    • evolution; it was necessary because man would never have become really
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    • the spiritual worlds is really the content, the object, of initiation,
    • is really to say, fundamentally, that initiation is — allow me
    • lived a personality who really belonged to no nation, least of all to
    • strange this seems. Why are men plagued by beings which are really
    • was related to their sphere in such a way that it really could not be
    • world something takes place which is really an affair of the gods;
  • Title: Lecture: Waking of the Human Soul and the Forming of Destiny: Lecture I
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    • of this threefoldness really becomes clear to one only when it is
    • really dehumanizes himself.
    • In learning to speak, something else is really indicated. This also is
    • one to be shared by the whole of humanity. Thinking is really
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    • really become a human being, had really taken upon himself human
    • of pre-earthly existence, cannot really die. For this reason has come
    • And the Scholastics in their greatness — they really are great
    • is one really speaking in a truly Christian, spiritual understanding
    • even though this really separates us from our actual theme. The Vienna
    • than at present, that man is walking at the present time really upon a
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    • social life man cannot really find his fellow-men any longer.
    • really enter into it, for he has his own standpoint. But people do
    • humanity of Middle Europe has really become very weak-willed —
    • whole being of man, right down to the feet. For really it is better
    • really seeking for something that is there. Goethe answered the
    • that has connected itself with it. The words Goethe really spoke are
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    • and they did not find them. And this was the really terrible thing
    • among mankind. But human beings do not really fit in with this
    • they really do not want to be there at all in person — only
    • because all they really knew was: We are seeking for something. But
    • were really unwritten pages. Now the earth was new — new for
    • eighteenth century things had gone so far that the father had really
    • fifteenth century, but it was not really felt until the end of the
    • intellect tells us nothing about the world. It is really nothing but
    • is really a human being.” Dimly it was realized that this form
    • still for the human being. Man is really seeking for man. And why?
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    • humanity has really been suffering from spiritual under-nourishment.
    • what really matters is that in our whole way of looking at the world
    • I really do not find any very great difference between those people
    • way about potassium or calcium, to treat chemistry as really alive,
    • really matter whether we speak materialistically or intellectually,
    • concepts come out of the world of the Spirit, that they are really
    • whereas what really matters is that experience of the Spirit should
    • densest of materialists. It is really terribly difficult for one to
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    • the individual. With every definition of a human being we are really
    • himself as a destroyer of the old ideas. It was really very
    • what the speaker really feels. The empty phrase over-reaches itself
    • really intellectualism overreaching itself. I do not want to hurt any
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    • on what is this difference really based? Let us look into the depths
    • is really alive within them. They want their head to behave in a
    • They were filled out with the corpse of thinking. Go really deeply
    • was really a machine. Yes, the human being who only wants to grasp
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    • something quite different. It really says: Man! look around you at
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    • because what I really mean is only fully intelligible to those who
    • libraries. Science gradually was not really wanted any more. Hence it
    • of soul, it was sheer narcotics! It would really be quite good to
    • function as they do, nothing can come with the power really to
    • do not feel it at all antiquated; I feel it as something really
    • youth movement. For the young are really asking: “Where are we
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    • thought in man. Whereas mankind before the year 333 really had the
    • among those who, participating in the cultural life, did not really
    • question really was put: Where can we rediscover the Spiritual?
    • Spiritual? How does one experience the Spiritual? The really
    • heart plays no part. But try for once really to think actively and
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    • really to know about those things that are not just under our nose,
    • separation is not really possible. The endeavour to keep the teaching
    • nineteenth year it is not possible really to know anything. But in
    • great problems of world-culture. If one really looks into life today
    • teachers deprive us of insight into what man really is, we cannot
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    • really want to point out that with spiritual Imagination, and
    • really have no right to speak of thinking as an activity of the head,
    • really has no will, for he is given up to instincts connected with
    • out of an impulse of the soul, but he really does it because of the
    • cannot be read as other books are today. It must really
    • one need not be surprised — for really nothing that goes beyond
    • such a way that from it something is really experienced. What is it
    • can education really be experienced as art, and the teacher can
    • really what the North American Indians felt when they saw European
    • a seven-year old? He really has not the slightest kinship with it. it
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    • really I am not saying this as a joke, nor for the sake of being
    • Our riches consist really in abstractions. And therefore we must free
    • existence. Then it is really the child who educates himself through
    • the help of Anthroposophy, we investigate what one can really
    • capable of growth, that his concepts and will-impulses are really
    • really it would be too boring to find no fine fellow anywhere —
    • really find another human being but always ourselves. We see
    • really to comprehend him, this would be so overwhelming an experience
    • What he can tell us then is chemistry. And so we go on. We are really
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    • the bodily and the soul-spiritual. Thus in earlier epochs man really
    • was such that it really only expressed outwardly visible gestures and
    • might say that those people who in the last century really
    • being a teacher. For we should really get the feeling that we are
    • experience through true knowledge of man. We really become childlike
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    • can you really find within a book what is Spirit? For the spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture I: The Power and Mission of Michael
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    • points of view which will enable human intelligence really to present
    • diabolical, the anti-divine element. What does this really signify?
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    • animal. We must really state the following: The seemingly most noble
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture III. Michaelic Thinking.
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    • form. That which constitutes his external shape you do not really see,
    • Luciferic development shall we really understand the being of man and
    • between beauty and ugliness. And if we wish really to take hold of art
    • which really, at every moment of day-waking life, is conscious of the
    • something quite different from what he really is. The moment this is
    • is of no avail. Only if we really do not believe that what confronts
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture IV: The Culture of the Mysteries and the Michael Impulse.
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    • nature were really to correspond to this thinking, she would have to
    • nature observation they really bear two souls within themselves, two
    • really forces me to form a picture about nature. But this does not
    • the Greek who was really imbued with dialectics felt the Divine
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    • really a fable convenue, a fable agreed upon, for the reason
    • a changed form of evolution sets in. We know that it really set in at
    • following: If we are a really efficient, modern thinker in the present
    • Divine Being if he had an understanding of these matters and really
    • very trivial symbol. For, if we really conceive of Michael and the
    • hold of the middle stratum of consciousness, if man really permeates
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    • the year 1413, really only about the middle of the fifteenth century.
    • to enter Earth evolution really should enter and not be
  • Title: Lecture: Signs of the Times: Michaels Battle and Its Reflection On Earth -- I
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    • It is really so. We are really awake only in regard to our perception
    • know what they are talking about. Physiologists who really
    • consciousness. Anyone who is really able to observe history knows that
    • really so? The other day I read a speech in which the following
    • interested in his being that it really stood before our spiritual eye.
    • one, for he is really able to receive what lives in our soul; he
  • Title: Lecture: Signs of the Times: Michaels Battle and Its Reflection On Earth -- II
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    • do we really mean if we say: “ours is a spiritual time”?
    • body. What do I really mean by pointing to the natural-scientific
    • it is really unbelievable how little understanding exists among people
    • what I really mean.
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    • cognizance are really present, and because in our own time they
    • details, and really succeeded in bringing about a marked
    • knows that in such a case there is really nothing the matter,
    • not? ingenious, brilliant, really descriptive up to a point
    • subconscious. It is really strange. People set up a theory in
    • really occurs, and there are even stranger symptoms.
    • conceive a God, much less imagine that he really exists, or
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    • that the facts which lie before the psychoanalyst really point
    • did the woman really want, after she had been one of the party,
    • himself. But he really does exactly that. Well, in the
    • reality that really is which poses as scientific literature
    • well. Feeling has really a connection with all the
    • humanity. If the concepts of spiritual science are really
    • are really absorbed there will be no further possibility of the
    • regions. That sounds paradoxical, but it was really the
    • Yes, “the world is deep.” There is really some
    • because one is really encroaching upon life itself. It would be
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    • there, really there without having been gathered
    • things cannot really succeed for a careless, lazy person to the
    • really does exist within us.”
    • it were within us. Then we gain the feeling that we really have
    • that which reminds you of the outer world; if the really
    • ourselves by really making the transition, by having a world
    • has been really conquered, we enter at once into the
    • clairvoyant who really penetrates to the super-sensible
    • This, on the contrary, is what really matters, upon which
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    • the fact that the dead is really trying to establish a bond
    • a certain clarity. That is to say, if they really stand before
    • When, however, the facts of the subconscious mind are really
    • diagram), which is really formative in the physical
    • really express the essential nature of sight? Then we see the
    • such moments of transition what were really manifestations of
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    • we really wish to discover the pertinent details, methods must
    • really cease to take seriously all those constructions derived
    • knowledge of the organs. We learn really to recognize our inner
    • both between death and rebirth — are really very
    • But if the heart squeezes out its contents it is really the
    • incarnations may really be studied in the abnormalities
    • really rational therapy only by studying in this way the
    • primeval nebula, and human life really becomes a sort of fifth
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    • Hebrew people in an eminent degree. He who felt himself — really
    • initiated into the theories and the Law, but an initiate really seeing
    • really be demonstrated back to the racial father Abraham, and that the
    • is only really applicable to old Atlantis. Since we deal with a real
    • content of life, why do you continually tell lies?” He really
    • Now, most people really would sooner regard themselves as a piece of
    • really valid for a very limited sphere. In ancient times, when people
    • really lives in the spiritual world. As long as one thinks with the
    • That at once causes pain in anyone who can really see things
    • we learn to speak a language, which is really not merely understood by
    • so-called dead. We really contact the innermost kernel of man, the
    • i.e., man becomes in this way more and more capable of really
    • characteristic, that those who come to anthroposophy today, who really
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    • said: It does not really need very much today to realise that if the
    • hands, when they were really read only by very few, and these few,
    • spiritual life, really such terrible fools, such mightily stupid
    • the sense of the four Gospels, really such fools, such terribly stupid
    • Zarathustrianism really is by one who takes the old Persian documents,
    • external history. What is unearthed in the latter really appears
    • rightly to understand it. This is really the more correct, to the eyes
    • the really clairvoyant people were more bound up with the entire
    • is to be taken, and how deep the gospels are, when we really
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    • reality. Each of the evangelists really gives us opportunity to
    • earth. Do not take it amiss, if I attempt to say to you what I really
    • were not really written, because he who spoke gave out his most inner
    • as so excellent, need not be so really), renders as follows: “As
    • Honest people must really say to themselves, if the Mark Gospel begins
    • Whoever will understand it must really resolve to do something.
    • significant event in human evolution. What is he really pointing to?
    • soul-forces into the divine spiritual world. What really happened with
    • The astral body really belonged to the ancient moon. At that time, the
    • is Maya. Well, all right. But that is an abstraction. One must really
    • really should become through the reception of the Christ-Impulse
    • All these learned people, who really do not know much, interpret human
    • man. But what is a man for occultism? Nothing but Maya! Really, as he
    • to say: He is really utter deception — he is utterly a schema,
    • then the Spirit drove him into the wilderness — (really it means
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    • impressions on our other Sense-organs, are really so
    • far too little and really knows little of them; but numerous
    • still in the 4th Post-Atlantean period, has really preceded;
    • that from which it really became possible. Let us speak for a
    • was really the case that in a certain connection the old
    • added to this inner experience does man come to a really firm
    • that at present has no reality. But this is really the fruitful
    • extraordinary to see to what things Auguste Comte really came
    • at last. I will only bring forward a few really characteristic
    • one day: “Human beings have really only acquired on the
    • really understand the life which flows from the Mystery of
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    • what is described as the astral body and the ego, do not really
    • referred. But if he were really to wake up in his sleep, if I
    • something really quite shadowy. On the basis of Anthroposophy
    • pre-Christian times man really had a living consciousness of
    • concept of truth which lives in all souls to-day really did not
    • mystics! Extraordinary! That really is an extraordinary
  • Title: Lecture: Greek and Germanic Mythology: Lecture I - The Prometheus Saga
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    • telephone. It is really human karma that begins with these inventions
    • symbolises Kama, which really destroys the forces of the fifth race.
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    • really begins in mankind? The essential Kama — Manas culture now
    • only now that it really begins. Our fifth root-race possesses
    • own soul. He who really wishes to understand the Odyssey cannot accept
  • Title: Lecture: Greek and Germanic Mythology: Lecture III - The Sigfried Saga
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    • become mature, will really develop up to the level of the
    • Kriemhild is really a metamorphosis of Gudrun, with the difference
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    • incorrect rendering. What it really says is “suffered in
    • but also with what really happened. The Trojan War did actually take
    • The human heart will really have this fire. At first this seems to be
    • mere symbolism but man will then really be permeated by a force which
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    • anatomist does of the skeleton. This figure is really present in the
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    • when spiritual science will one day really take hold of the soul,
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    • upon, however. Were we really to immerse ourselves in it, many other
    • occultism by people who do not really know, that all development runs
    • direction this really takes. First, however let's examine a plant, a
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    • echo of what this really is which in many ways is but a deceptive,
    • the times after Christ, really understood the Christ Impulse; for all
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    • really wanted to be in the fire has been bewitched into smoke.
    • really means. If anyone thinks that man is here spoken of, he does
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    • concentrating over a stone, you really do raise a bewitched spirit
    • for thinking as the Earth gives to man, these questions cannot really
    • through space. Thus, light was really first formed in the
    • hatched. That was really to what this solidifying process might be
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    • It is perfectly comprehensible that an entity, who is really human
    • really a living being. It is in truth exactly as if it were a living
    • mightier and mightier. In what really does the continual increase in
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    • naturally expressed more figuratively than it really is, for we have
    • one could not believe it really, but it stands there in a little
    • which really consists of primeval fire and of what is called fire-mist
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    • the Lemurian time and really begins in the ancient Lemurian time.
    • nations. That which one really calls a ‘Zeit geist’ or
    • necessary. It really depends on cosmic, not earthly conditions,
    • spheres. And that really happened. Beings who otherwise needed only
    • young humanity, really represented Maya or illusion. There have been
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    • world; at first he has really only Manas completely developed, the
    • astral body and an Ego. This isolation really originated not so very
    • our post-Atlantean times, but who really is the bearer of a Spirit of
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    • have called, somewhat grotesquely, eggs — but they really had
    • You may now ask: How is it really with that substance? Did warm
    • outwardly perceptible fire. This neutral warmth is really within the
    • back from the neutral fire within. The really perceptible warmth is
    • Diagram I is really shut in between two currents; an external (x)
    • really formed of warmth, but in that body of warmth were already
    • in space is really called ‘breastplate,’ a protection
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    • as we have it, has really the form of a bean; it is not round, as is
    • is that, which, up to now, we have really called man? Man is a name
    • Is it really only a succession of circles, in which is repeated on
    • really all, that out of originally helpless creatures beings should
    • be in Venus? Can it really be said with reason that, in reaching to
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    • really disappear again? It is clear to you how development
    • Saturn, and it really did begin then. It then advanced to Jupiter.
    • in truth. It was only a reflection of that which had really taken
    • be really understood. And the Ego must decide in complete freedom,
    • different position. These ought really to have become men on the
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    • only can be fulfilled if the symbols of these two worlds really
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    • man really wishes to ascend to conscious clairvoyance, it is not only
    • exists within the first, gradually becomes capable of really leaving
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    • other beings to live in his environment, and these beings are really
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    • find in that wonderful Celtic culture which really underlies all
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    • divided streams and how they mutually fructify each other can really
    • really does move outside — as far as the ear is concerned —
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    • must understand these things clearly if we really wish to comprehend
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    • consider universal space in an abstract sense, but really relate
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: I. The Position of Anthroposophy in Relation to Theosophy and Anthropology.
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    • There really was an ancient theosophy of that sort, but it was
    • philosophy. The meaning of philosophy can really no longer be
    • really penetrate into the wisdom of the universe; one must be able to
    • really unites with the body. This cannot be done by solid or fluid
    • beware of confusing what is really a sense with other terms and
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: II. Supersensible Processes in the Activities of the Human Senses.
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    • from an inflexible sort of thinking that cannot really penetrate into
    • We learned that really a kind of thinking resides in the sentient
    • warmth or cold occurs only when the human being is really able to ray
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: III. Higher Senses, Inner Force Currents and Creative Laws in the Human Organism.
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    • with our senses really does not exist at all; it is only an optical
    • able to perceive it. It is the sentient soul that really comprehends.
    • activity there is really a subconscious thought activity present.
    • single plan governs in building really all of the sense organs; it is
    • all external processes are really comprehensible only if we take into
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    • enabling us to comprehend it. If we really learn to know these
    • they are obstructed by the physical body, so they really had to bore
    • really passed through these forms that thus appear in the germ state.
    • the monkey is really a retarded being, having remained behind in the
    • not really outer body; it is the outer image of the sentient soul.
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    • we find that our inner experiences really consist, as a rule, of what
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: II. Action and Interaction of the Human Soul Forces.
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    • someone who is really infinitely wiser than we are ourselves; indeed,
    • the spirit of speech is active. Speech is really more intelligent
    • substance, before the matter that really concerns us. In speaking,
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    • directly reveals, is really filled with the flood of desires, and you
    • really yields something different from the aesthetic judgment in its
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: IV. Consciousness and the Soul Life.
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    • really assimilated because it is at about the same time, according to
    • picture, you will really be able to understand only the phenomenon of
    • That accomplishes a great deal. It is really possible to bring a
    • fortuitously, and we must really identify ourselves with it by
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: I. Franz Brentano and Aristotles Doctrine of the Spirit.
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    • because it is really a doctrine of the soul.
    • either you have really said nothing in particular, or else you have
    • is further interesting to note that Aristotle, and really Brentano as
    • spirit, even the eternal God-Spirit, really plays only the part of an
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: II. Truth and Error in the Light of the Spiritual World.
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    • how man happens to long for a world that really in no way discloses
    • the man of faith, not the scientist, can really feel himself
    • parable, something that really should be thoroughly presented in a
    • say, “There is really nothing there but external energies
    • Anthroposophists must really be able to face such
    • really represents a sort of denial of the Divine, a fall from Grace,
    • theoretically, but really only by repudiating the content of his
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: III. Imagination--Imagination; Inspiration--Self-fulfillment; Intuition--Conscience.
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    • pointed out that modern science really gathers from all sides certain
    • golden. Now, what is really the premise of the judgment in this
    • really attains to imagination, it senses in its life of
    • really attain to imagination — it is just as coercive as outer
    • build the apparatus. Something takes place, then, that really
    • conscience, we find it at this transition. The soul is really open
    • really said that. Instead, there simply came about a contact in the
    • need have no connection with what really entered the soul. The
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    • of which, in fact, really calls for elaboration to confirm it. In
    • Is that really the only point of view available? It must
    • are really not dealing with matters such as spiritual science is
    • Does our contentment, our feeling at home, really depend
    • making faces, but that sort of thing should really not be allowed to
    • really purely a matter of the feelings for yourself. It is a common
    • alter our own beings if we really get completely away from ourselves,
    • really should not possess. We are naturally not concerned here with
    • really exists.
    • interesting dilemma that must impress our souls if we would really
    • really should be in one life, but what he cannot be for inner —
    • really, in life? Well, by means of logic and the theory of knowledge
    • We really find out what this ego has been by placing our
    • routine, mechanical way, if you really relive it all, even for only a
    • If you then go to work on yourself thoroughly, which again really
    • really understand the essence of nature's laws we know, indeed, that
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    • really feel the depth of other pregnant words of Goethe in which he
    • Heroes. It is not really so surprising that materialistic research
    • ideal, this is evidence that men have not realised what truth really
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    • Only fragments of what really lived in this Mystery survived in the
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    • what this soma-juice really is. Modern scholars assert that nobody
    • really is nor why it is so called. It is quite well known, because as
    • lip-wisdom. Kant's a priori really says nothing. The expression has
    • outside the human being, for what really matters is that knowledge of
    • evident in the war), men spoke of Christ but were really venerating
    • None really comprehend mathematics who do not undertake the study
  • Title: Lecture: The Revelation of the Cosmic Christ
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    • We must really have an inner understanding of what it signified when
    • manger. And it is really wonderful to find how strongly this power of
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    • week to week, even from hour to hour. It is possible for a really
    • when it begins really to think, cannot do otherwise. And so, inasmuch
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 1: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • We cannot really understand what a Bodhisattva is, without going
    • I have repeatedly laid stress on the fact that no one who really
    • a human body which was really neither suited to nor well adapted to
    • Bodhisattva became Buddha, which means that he really rose a stage
    • When this Bodhisattva, who had never really incarnated, was 29 years
    • If this Bodhisattva was really to become the Buddha of the fourth
    • Christ really is; man will then be filled with a will in which the
    • Feeling, and Willing, and man will then really be the external
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 2: The Law of Karma with Respect to the Details of Life
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    • place in the past. It is not really a good thing to call karma the law
    • it really does represent this law.
    • really a true feeling for karma which led Goethe to choose as the
    • have said, if anyone really wishes to grasp Anthroposophy it cannot be
    • Anthroposophy if one has the distinct will really to enter into it in
    • really to observe the world is so dreadful; they arouse a feeling that
    • really intervenes in our whole spiritual life, people will then see
    • really depend on correct knowledge. What will a man be able to do who,
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 3: The Entrance of the Christ-Being into the Evolution of Humanity
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    • evil. In the pre-Christian time the decision as to the really Good,
    • really within the sentient soul, it develops the most selfish egoism.
    • spiritually comprehended. What should really be grasped in the spirit
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    • added to him by the astral body on the Moon, can he really attain to
    • of God!’ Thus must they be called, who are really filled inwardly
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 5: Correspondences Between the Microcosm and the Macrocosm
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    • who really has the right feeling will have the same impression when
    • that point, she crystallised an earlier form. To one who can really
    • more artistic times this was actually done, for no one who really has
    • themselves. If everything in Natural Science to-day was really a fact,
    • we call ‘Signs from the Heavens.’ This is really a fact;
    • us to-day! This may really be said. Just as on the one hand we are
    • for that which will enable man to enter that realm, which is really
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    • said and done, all that is of profoundest interest to man is really
    • conscience really is.
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    • extremely egotistical. It really is! The very fact that such
    • an individual man having really passed through suffering, death and
    • Myth, Paul pictures a Christ who really became man. But the
    • really became man, although, according to him Christ never existed as
    • Through that alone Christianity really came into being, and through
    • Through knowledge of the spiritual world we are really preparing to
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    • forth. What form has this taken? Can it really be said that we have a
    • that what is really important is not the mere content of the words,
    • in the right way here on the earth. Earthly life is really not
    • That would, of course, be an extreme case, but it would really not be
    • acquire contributes to the betterment of our souls, then we really
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    • is quite unjustified. Let us understand how matters really stand with
    • be understood better. We shall come to experience what really lives
    • towards a really new attitude that has to come. Artists have prepared
    • heavens above and the moral law within. Both are really the same. We
    • visions. He only learns to recognize later what he really is as a
    • because the light falls on the rose we can see it as it really is. So
    • not really what I wanted to say. I only draw your attention to this
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    • is another. Knowledge of who the Christ really is should be striven
    • not carved out of marble. If the etheric body only were really active
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    • connected with the universal life in the cosmos. It is really only
    • really most deceptive because on the physical plane he knows no more
    • Are not the things of which we have been speaking really there? Let
    • external understanding of it but really lived in it with his heart
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    • subconscious also plays a part. Thus man becomes truly as he really
    • In the Sun sphere between death and rebirth it is really a matter of
    • Lorenzo, and vice versa. But I am really concerned here with the four
    • particularly impressive when we realize that both are really one and
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    • dispel tiredness. But sleep is not really a condition of exhaustion.
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    • repeated earth lives, can never really accept the fact that a destiny
  • Title: Life Between ... X: Anthroposophy as the Quickener of Feeling and of Life
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    • what is fruitful for the dead. One cannot really make life fruitful
    • themselves as they really are.
    • and the spiritual world will crumble when spiritual science really
  • Title: Life Between ... XI: The Mission of Earthly Life as a Transitional Stage for the Beyond
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    • what he is really doing. He gains an impression of the tremendous
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    • It is not really incongruous to speak about the dead in words taken
    • of materialism, the less will anyone who really understands the
    • from Mars. So the position of the planets really does indicate what
    • So it is really the moral inheritance deposited by us between death
    • The imperfections of really great men are also recorded in that
    • really wanted it to be. With the exception of the figures of Judas
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  • Title: Lecture I: Human and Cosmic Thought
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    • never know how much of the stone or the rose you have really got hold
    • know it really appeared first in a certain specific period. One might
    • logicians. And anyone who tries to explain all this will really have
    • further in some way I can't make out whether there really is or
    • any doubter to the ‘lion-in-general.’ It really can't
    • carry out movements in our thought. But in this way we really do lay
    • really draw it — but you can picture to yourselves what the
    • realize how difficult it really is for men to attain to clarity in
  • Title: Lecture II: Human and Cosmic Thought
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    • to see that there cannot really be any such thing as a “pragmatic”
    • a conception of the universe that really admits nothing beyond
    • down for you really exist, and they can be maintained. And it is
  • Title: Lecture III: Human and Cosmic Thought
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    • wants to come really to the truth, then one must try clearly to
    • and one must know them. They really stand in such a relation to one
    • the individual signs of the Zodiac and the Earth there really is a
    • Realists. They are equipped to have really fine perceptions of the
    • get to know them intimately in that way, and who really is, in regard
    • is really “will”; he would take many “monads”,
    • materialism is really he who has acquired a specially fine perception
    • Broadmindedness is all too seldom sought. Anyone really in earnest
    • really depicted only from other points of view, and can lead us into
  • Title: Lecture IV: Human and Cosmic Thought
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    • clear to ourselves what thinking really is; how it enters into human
    • something more than that. When someone thinks, he really perceives
    • world of error — he must really set out upon the path! For
    • within the logic of the cosmos — that is (if we really grasp
  • Title: Lecture I: Human and Cosmic Thought
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    • never know how much of the stone or the rose you have really got hold
    • know it really appeared first in a certain specific period. One might
    • logicians. And anyone who tries to explain all this will really have
    • further in some way I can't make out whether there really is or
    • any doubter to the ‘lion-in-general.’ It really can't
    • carry out movements in our thought. But in this way we really do lay
    • really draw it — but you can picture to yourselves what the
    • realize how difficult it really is for men to attain to clarity in
  • Title: Lecture II: Human and Cosmic Thought
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    • to see that there cannot really be any such thing as a “pragmatic”
    • a conception of the universe that really admits nothing beyond
    • down for you really exist, and they can be maintained. And it is
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    • wants to come really to the truth, then one must try clearly to
    • and one must know them. They really stand in such a relation to one
    • the individual signs of the Zodiac and the Earth there really is a
    • Realists. They are equipped to have really fine perceptions of the
    • get to know them intimately in that way, and who really is, in regard
    • is really “will”; he would take many “monads”,
    • materialism is really he who has acquired a specially fine perception
    • Broadmindedness is all too seldom sought. Anyone really in earnest
    • really depicted only from other points of view, and can lead us into
  • Title: Lecture IV: Human and Cosmic Thought
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    • clear to ourselves what thinking really is; how it enters into human
    • something more than that. When someone thinks, he really perceives
    • world of error — he must really set out upon the path! For
    • within the logic of the cosmos — that is (if we really grasp
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Suffering
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    • you pain, and you really know that you have this or that organ only
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Evil
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    • physical human nature, for it is really the most perfected form of
  • Title: Lecture: What Do We Understand by Illness and Death
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    • Testament records but penetrates really to their spirit, knows that a
    • in a really living way. However firmly people today believe they are
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Nature and Significance of Karma in the Personal and Individual, and in Humanity, the Earth and the Universe
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    • which we acquire through anthroposophy really become strong enough,
    • But if karma is really to do this we must go more deeply into the law
    • becomes slack, then we really have in the slack bow something quite
    • we cannot really call it karma. For instance, we should not call it
    • the cause in motion; so that though this connection is really there,
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karma and the Animal Kingdom
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    • philosophy that the animals are automata and do not really possess a
    • automata has never been put forward by the really eminent souls of
    • man has really to learn the simplest things. In the course of his
    • is really a clumsy being when he comes into the world? How has man
    • Sun and Moon from the Earth really came about in order that during the
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karma in Relation to Disease and Health
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    • the phenomena of disease really arouse praise, recognition, and
    • and not one which really penetrates into the facts. If we wish to
    • they are really there in man and act upon him. If you walk along the
    • sort, so that our life is really divided into two parts — into a
    • we have never brought really into clear consciousness. There are again
    • Let us bear in mind that most impressions, really all the impressions
    • is in his most conscious life he will not really lie. It is only
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Curability and Incurability of Diseases in Relation to Karma
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    • really goes to the bottom of these things, this indication cannot
    • you really ought to have. You had to go into this incarnation to gain
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Natural and Accidental Illness in Relationship to Karma
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    • may thus crudely express myself, we can never really completely forget
    • our condition, never really arrive at a withdrawing of that which is
    • From this we see that in a certain respect we can really speak of a
    • really speak of ‘chance.’ This word is really disastrous for
    • theory. Such a theory could easily be refuted, for if the case really
    • pretend to have quite different motives from those really dwelling
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Relationships Between Karma and Accidents
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    • attempted really to penetrate the inner being of man. Let us consider
    • past discussions we saw that this really takes place. We then looked
    • And what is this consciousness of the astral body? If illness really
    • person has really in an earlier life done something that between death
    • really seeks out the accident.
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Forces of Nature, Volcanic Eruptions, Earthquakes and Epidemics in Relation to Karma
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    • we are prevented from seeing the external world as it really is. And
    • because of man's incapacity to see the external world as it really is,
    • we really make an effort to think wholesomely, as life between birth
    • world without making this effort, are really trying to shun earth
    • life. They, being of the opinion that it is really far too trivial an
    • really Moon forces, and which can only operate in that cosmic plan
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karma of the Higher Beings
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    • is therefore obvious that only the truly spiritual which really unites
    • are currents of thought even in our movement that take a really narrow
    • view of karma. Were karma really as they conceive it, the whole world
    • weigh down the balance unevenly. This is really what is felt in those
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karmic Effects Of Our Experiences As Men and Women. Death and Birth In Relationship to Karma
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    • really are taught to-day, is forced to regard things superficially.
    • This is merely an example, but anyone willing to investigate really
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Free Will and Karma in the Future of Human Evolution
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    • really healed through human assistance by means of remedies or other
    • condensation of this fundamental substance, which is really no longer
    • really fundamental essence of the soul, then it would appear that just
    • love. That is what is really active in these psychic healings — a
    • darkness or obscurity. Everything really presenting itself —
    • really is a specific remedy against this or that injury, or which
    • it and really carrying it out. Today it is in most cases impossible
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Individual and Human Karma. Karma of the Higher Beings.
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    • — in the Greek legions at that time. If we really consider such
    • we should then see the unfolding of something which we might really
    • treasures of mankind are really worth. Secondly, we can obtain this
    • these if he really wishes to contribute something towards the
    • how far removed men still are from a really true enlightenment of the
    • really speak of free will in connection with karma. The expression
    • ahrimanic influence we shall recognise the world as it really is. We
    • shall penetrate to that of which matter really consists — to the
    • of the higher beings. When I say that I have given this course really
  • Title: Lecture: Secrets/Threshold: Lecture II
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    • love, must also exist. It really has to be present in mankind.
    • really stands firmly in it and observes its laws, it is the same for
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    • to deal with thoughts that are passive. If someone really succeeds in
    • the perception of sympathies and antipathies is but of really
    • thinking in the physical sense world is really only the external
    • have a true and correct experience there. No one who is really
    • that what I am indicating really takes place: Ahriman and Lucifer
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    • has become clairvoyant enters the spiritual world, it will really see
    • entirely different; the clairvoyant soul really is in such scenery and
    • whatever drifts into your psyche are really pictures of experiences
    • investigator has an eye for these things. It can really be so that
    • objections about the spiritual world are really of no importance at
  • Title: Lecture: Secrets/Threshold: Lecture V
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    • His reason told him: We really cannot get behind natural phenomena
    • and theories, he explained how the matter really stands. He said:
    • the people in the fortress. It was really felt — so ran
    • was really very fond of Father Felix, he could not altogether hear
    • the fact that there was really once a single primeval human language;
    • atoms, he really was practically asleep. Now, however, with his soul
    • will really come to an understanding of the true knowledge of higher
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    • feelings and ideas for the realm of the spirit if we really wish to
    • is my past.” At first, without really knowing it, we ourselves
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    • shadow-being outside Johannes Thomasius ought really to be within
    • Johannes Thomasius were to get really close to the other self, he
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    • given the chance, by high-sounding phrases. This must really
    • that really outdoes everything imaginable in grotesque erudition —
    • We really must look at such things with complete
    • itself out in our weaknesses, in everything we should really forsake
    • the soul has the impulse to see itself as it really is, clinging to
    • that they really believe it's so, and yet, in their subconscious they
    • that really the ordinary sense-consciousness we have on
    • only through such descriptions that we will discover what man really
    • really not been read as they could have been read in order to grasp
    • really happen. As we now separate after this course of lectures, we
  • Title: Lecture 1: On the Meaning of Life
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    • But how does the matter stand, when the occult observer, he who really
    • being, we have really before us something like an image of the great
    • he really painted best. We have for instance, no Crucifixion of his,
    • really a great painter lived in him.
    • creation and decay!” We shall see that really nothing remains
    • pulled or not. These learned materialists are really children. When
  • Title: Lecture 2: On the Meaning of Life
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    • When we observe the world around us, it is not really enough that we
    • what strives to come into existence cannot really develop.
    • spiritual path as an entirely new world. If a man is really seriously
    • reality really emerge out of the limitless possibility of visions.
    • that all the grains of corn which grow there were really to reach
    • life-germs can really reach their goal. The others must go another
    • because it is really the only way in which the world can be wisely
    • place understand what this boundless world of vision really means. It
    • fruition are not really life-germs at all. Just as in external life
    • selected visions, with those which really live in man as visions?
    • little into realities, that he really only clings to the surface of
    • really within the soul of every man, only the ordinary man does not
    • Evolution as it has now been described was really always so as regards
    • way that we do not merely set up abstract ideas, but really enter
    • necessary, in order that things may really come to fruition, that
    • spiritual or occult works which really spring from truth, truth about
    • the world and its mysteries, come into existence when the soul really
    • allows world-thoughts to speak through it, really lets world-feelings
    • not its own personal feelings inflame it and has really created these
    • the spiritual world, when we really are living anthroposophical life,
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    • we must do if we really want to understand things rightly. Placed side
    • antipathy if we want really to understand them. It is important to
    • brought over from ancient Greece. We shall see tomorrow what it really
  • Title: Inner Impulses: Lecture II
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    • post-Atlantean epoch. What was it they were really looking for?
    • deep this world of fantasy really is that develops in free
    • different way from that of the materialistic physicists, really make
    • really physical pains that I am quite unable to define. Such is my
    • particular examples in order to express what is really widespread, and
    • of Jesus, which is really no life of Jesus at all, by David
    • in the Gospels and place them in a landscape that is really nowhere in
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    • A great deal has really been said with these few words. It only needs
    • that I can really lay a foundation for concepts that you must
    • can never come to a really good, upright, strong personal inner life
    • There is really no longer a safeguard today — at least, no
  • Title: Inner Impulses: Lecture IV
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    • life makes leaps everywhere. It really only progresses through leaps.
    • really quite foolish to accept anything so imperfect as the Ptolemaic
    • really know what is necessary for humanity. Hence there arose the
    • this, to become an instrument through which what is really around us
    • one would expect when one really considered the evolution of humanity.
    • is really particularly adapted for the knowledge of the dead and
    • only with what is really dead and does not live on with the living
    • modern mankind is really hastening into a sort of homunculus era, he
    • forth good through itself, actually and really to bring forth of
    • You will ask, “But do not all reasonable people really desire the
    • “Yes, all reasoning people desire the good.” But what really
    • people really think but to deafen themselves to what actually exists.
    • demand it, think that they have really reached this conclusion from
    • not admit to themselves what they really ought to admit. They say one
    • All racial hatred, for instance, is really also a fight against the
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    • that culture is really created by an interworking between the normal
    • as a result of a really devilish tenet. This tenet defines the good in
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    • reigned in France from 1285 to 1314, can really be said to have had a
    • transformation, a metamorphosis of the soul life, and who had really
    • monograph or biography could provide that would be produced really in
    • leads, in fact, to spiritual science, which is really developed
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    • Official history today is really of little help in making a man
    • be found that that was really only through a sort of mistake! A
    • lead up to a consideration of his character. One can really gain some
    • and the founding of the English Church, have found really deep, inner
    • by the sun and crosses them — really crosses them. Space has
    • a man knows, really knows, that at a certain time in the course of the
    • would be really unnecessary, here in the physical body, to bother
    • usually give were correct, then one must really compare it with the
    • But when it has really been understood, it will be seen to contain a
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture I: The Three Streams in the Life of Civilization. The Mysteries of Light, of Man, and of the Earth.
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    • is really there, but of which one only sees the reflection.
    • a great sum-total of the phenomena of Life is really included.
    • really is a verbal atrocity. Through this term men sought to bring
    • really only legal ideas, ideas which never existed in the Mysteries of
    • life so that we may see what is really contained inside it. For we
    • sphere of truth. But we must become aware of what really exists.
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    • they but see that though they use the name of Christ they are really
    • Christ-impulse, but who really work in an anti-Christian direction.
    • but who are opposed to everything that really tells of the living
    • Whence comes this, my dear friends? What really lies before us? When
    • external incorporation of Lucifer. Lucifer really did walk the earth
    • furthering Christianity, is really the best way to prepare for
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture III: The Mystery of the Human Will
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    • as the greatest illusion. What does the man of the present day really
    • comprehensive sense, the whole course of Nature really is the result
    • what do these men really know of the true nature of the Gospels? These
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture IV: The Breaking-in of Spiritual Revelations Since the Last Third of the Nineteenth Century. Thoughts on New Years Eve.
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    • with the usual means of knowledge we are really unable to see
    • a really new concrete knowledge of the spiritual world, as in the case
    • inevitable future. What does this representative of religion really
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture V: The Dogma of Revelation and the Dogma of Experience. The Spiritual Mark of the Present Time. A New Year Contemplation.
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    • spiritual mark of the age. Would that today one could really appeal to
    • may wake up, so that they may see how things really stand. The
    • really acquire the feeling that where there is only a flow of words
    • Spiritual Science can grasp what is really taking place today in this
    • Were this really felt, then we should understand why the event took
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    • matter of world views, these images really constituted the most
    • to physical-animal forbears. In this way one really moves away from
    • That was not the view in comparatively recent times: it was really the
    • moment it really comes to life.
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    • he utters his thoughts. And we can really make close contact with a
    • without really feeling that a life of such matter-of-fact behavior
    • — an elemental spiritual being; and really only he observes a
    • The human being is really so closely linked to the world that he
    • lily is really expecting something. It says to itself: Men will pass
    • break the spell. — Human existence should really be a perpetual
    • flowers is a mere sipping at what he should really be drinking. He sips
    • animal-like form, yet is really a super-sensible being; that on account
    • his chair really no different from what he was when he sat down,
    • Dragon in such a way as really to become inwardly transformed, to feel
    • Michael power, the Michael being, really demands of us; for only then
    • Gemüt a feeling of what Michael really expects of us.
    • what I am really expressing when I say this is that in the last
    • is to come alive again. He must really be able to experience spirit,
    • inspiration; and this is something that really all the good spirits of
    • Gemüt, it is my wish that they may really be grasped not
    • is really only because their cleverness has reached such proportions
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    • a determining idea, really a determining impulse in mankind; and in
    • impulse may and really must be brought about. But now, before
    • To illustrate what I really mean by all that, I need only ask you to
    • this dream that should really not be sought in the pictures themselves
    • phenomena, which are really an extension of the dream world. In healthy
    • One really has to speak in paradoxes if thoughts that result quite
    • cromlechs and mounds, are not really very impressive. One climbs up to
    • the path to what those old Druid priests really strove for — not
    • really twaddle, although the pictures give promise of yielding so
    • that the human heart is really a
    • what was there perceived really showed in man — in the motion of
    • they really studied when they looked at themselves through their heart
    • only from the outside we really learn to know the essence of what
    • I am describing to you how one really arrives at seeing what lives in
    • Nowadays we really think only of earthly experiences. Cosmic
    • And what is man really in respect of his consciousness? Well, he is
    • really an earthworm — and worse: an earthworm for whom it never
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    • computations really calls for the greatest respect. It is exact, it is
    • Logical methods, then — exactitude — these really constitute
    • spring really consists of the earth's sacrificial devotion to the
    • were strictly assigned. It is really distressing to see how
    • This, my dear Friends, is what you really should await as a result of
    • way, if I let all that the spring really embraces speak within me
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    • which the outer world has brought to us. We are really human beings
    • world of ideas in our inner being. We really practise better
    • thinking we come to this realisation, viz. that if a man really
    • but it is meant to imply that when a man really experiences thinking,
    • man really understands it, if he has really taken the trouble to
    • When a man enters into this experience he really makes a noteworthy
    • really makes his memories an inner experience, then again a quite
    • did long ago when you really sat in front of them as a child at
    • formerly existed. That is really an extraordinary experience. If you
    • really stand too intimately in the experiences, too close for the
    • have indicated, but it is really only a question of making an
    • and you really enchant into the present what has been experienced in
    • attention to what really does occur. What may really occur is, for
    • In this way man really unites his soul with the external
    • painting I can really only do so as regards the lower part of the
    • from without and is really placed on the rest of the body. He who has
    • memory; but this is not the case. If you really develop this
    • We can reach such a cosmic boundary if we really enter into the
    • significance for us; and more is really attained when we can do this
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    • for one might really suppose that a writer who makes a remark of this
    • and we shall understand what really happens there if we bear in mind
    • I am obliged to clothe in human speech something for which one really
    • and colour — then he really begins to regard the play of colour
    • his environment which man can cultivate, for he can then really raise
    • It is really a question of understanding this union of
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    • way in which our experiences have become memories has really
    • astral body, really consisting in memories. We can also see how these
    • To one who can perceive this truth it is really
    • memories unite during sleep, but with that which really lies behind
    • Thus we can really say: During sleep our soul with its
    • outside him as it is during sleep one sees that it really consists in
    • really a criticism of a remark by Haller. Haller said: “Into
    • spiritual knowledge, could really transpose himself into these
    • a fact that when a man really fashions his external appearance more
    • relatively easy to bring the will to expression when we are really
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    • went through in his own being together with the earth. It is really
    • which is really the most wonderful and beautiful, that is, when, in
    • get its bearings in the world is really the most wonderful thing we
    • reflected back. It is these forces which really raise the child up.
    • assertion is really without foundation. People are accustomed to
    • So we must really bring together all the truths which
    • have been given out at different times, truths which really support
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    • As regards those very ancient times it is really not
    • this substance according to its qualities may really be described as
    • plant-force which is really out there in the cosmos attracts it up to
    • They take nowhere into account that which is really living. Even in
    • earth the metals had really not much else to do, unless man made some
    • forms which were really animals, forms which gradually consolidated
    • They are as follows: Man, humanity, really belonged to
    • events one can then really speak of what one remembers, one really
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    • the John Gospel must ask himself: What is really indicated when the
    • Word is placed at the very beginning of all things? What is really
    • really takes place in it when you speak.”
    • really deeper mystery, because through this preparation he was able
    • superficial, it is really disgracefully superficial. What can we say
    • It is really the case that in that which was taught the
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    • all that we experience as difficulties if we have really gained
    • who has really trodden the path of striving after knowledge, all this
    • The whole head was such that one saw it must really be
    • sensations one must go through in order really to approach the truth,
    • alone, and during this silence and solitude each one really felt in
    • is something we call knowledge, but it has really no value in the
    • really illusion, that is deception. For that which appears in this
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    • They really concern everything which leads man along the path into
    • no use of it. I can make nothing of it.” The pupil really only
    • lay pressing down the trees or the like, really things which, as has
    • my sense of life. I am really split up in the world.” From this
    • sensation as the after-effect of both statues. And the pupil really
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    • with his outer senses. But he really knew when he had these
    • begins with his stomach. So it is really nonsense for the present-day
    • This element is really nothing but Nature-goodness, for I feel
    • something is being given to me. I am really surrounded by pure
    • So you see that the Hibernian Mysteries really belong to
    • took place, which were really not so fearfully striking outwardly as
    • But we cannot really fathom them if we have not first
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    • mystery of Golgotha, which is really only comprehensible by means of
    • transformations of the earth, then art thou really a complete human
    • iron which thou really knowest, and which is not the iron within the
    • doing with nature really anything else in our science than what the
    • a time when Plato was very old, and really at the end of his earthly
    • not have seemed correct to you, but what I have told you is really an
    • found — that Christ must really be recognized and known.
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    • comprehensible to you that I should say of Aristotle, who really
    • write a history of their own scientific thinking they should really
    • this in time what they have to say is not really adequate; and if
    • feel, when this warm air approaches thee, that something really wants
    • them from without. Thou canst really only feel the warm air within
    • and “inside” are simply empty expressions, which really
    • observation of that which really lives in the plants, as they unfold
    • answer this question of the master: “What dost thou really
    • towards thee? What dost thou really perceive there?” And the
    • The pupil was led to say: “It is really the
    • valuable on earth. Really, nothing is too stupid for the man of today
    • evoked his attitude of mind at a given period in his life. He really
    • nature was brought before the disciple in such a way that he really
    • enthusiasm for this can indeed only come about when a really warm
    • One must really develop a living realization of the fact
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    • fashion-plate forms, to get some idea of what Greek art really was in
    • feeling, of contacting the Gods. The most marvelous thing is really
    • really transcending, going out of himself, there arose something
    • drop-form on earth. What then is quicksilver really? The fact is, the
    • new epoch could no longer lead him to what his true being really is,
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIII: Transition from the Spirit of the Ancient Mysteries to the Spirit of the Mysteries of the Middle Ages
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    • its impulse out into the world. Whoever really understands the
    • anyone who really understands the Mystery of Golgotha understands at
    • offering, who becomes really inwardly glowing through the exercises
    • how the processes took place and what really happened. Astrology in
    • investigation through observation nor was it calculation; it really
    • really had passed away, Alchemy still existed; and intercourse with
    • really look into. a deep tragedy; and this tragedy of the Middle
    • could no longer attain a really complete knowledge of man; but he
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    • efforts, is really simply a later figure, no longer anything like as
    • could really bring to his consciousness.
    • When one looks into these things, it is really painful
    • really was evoked by means of these many exercises and through
    • which man really has his life, made a deep impression on the pupil of
    • occurred, as it were, a section of that great conflict which really
    • rightly prepared. This really occurred! But he knew from external
    • really enter into the secrets of the Cosmos in a spiritual way.
    • Nature was really of a dubious nature. While on the one hand they
    • whole earth. He really experienced that when he felt the blood
    • because in its various metamorphoses our blood really reflects those
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    • to deliver here. I had not really intended to speak during this
    • really come to an end with Galen, medical consciousness had
    • really grapple with nature itself only if we realize from the
    • idealism, realism, and the like have really taken this form.
    • mystery that really underlies all this clears up only when we
    • super-sensible world. The metabolic process is really the most
    • function in the human organism. Man is really objective
    • same if we really take seriously this watery being of man. In
    • the bloodstream, are really nothing but fantasy on the part of
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    • to, but I will really present nothing that cannot in some way
    • it is really an abstract method of classification to speak of
    • the course of these lectures we will see what really lies
    • eliminated. It is really true to say that the human
    • It is really
    • with the most remote and really study the connections between
    • really corresponds to the whole physiological process only if
    • ovary, so that in the ovary we have something that really is
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    • head, though of course this head organization really extends
    • that the indications here have to be so brief, but they really
    • elementary school years, the human being is not really
    • seventh to the fourteenth years, thank God, all that really
    • in sexual diseases is really nothing but the intensification of
    • diseases would attack the sexual organs. Those who can really
    • these things so unapproachable to orthodox medicine are really
    • with the fact that the human organization, for example, really
    • fact, all tumorous formations up to carcinoma are really
    • mind, we shall learn to understand in what way we can really
    • really looks into these things today can make remarkable
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    • and becoming healthy — cannot really be understood unless
    • really represents the next plant that will come into being,
    • degree with the animal element — is really opposed to
    • nerve-sense system. Physiology really speaks nonsense about
    • life to these formative principles, then we really get down to
    • off still more completely, which are really striving to become
    • conventional understanding. What is really essential is to see
    • and undermined in a certain way. It is not really undermined as
    • products are not enough. What we really need is a substance
    • If we really
    • certain salts. But we must really know how to relate the
    • science, but a science that is really an art, for without art,
    • impossible. We must really achieve the right touch — in a
    • appears antipathetic to me at first. If it really helps, I can
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    • anthroposophically oriented spiritual science is really able to take hold in
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    • but there it is not a matter of really creating something in the way
    • course of these illnesses becomes comprehensible the moment one really
    • organism should really stay quiet about these matters. Only with
    • spirit, spirit, spirit; rather it attempts really to lay hold of the
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    • who did not intend really to study these matters but only wished to
    • When an individual really understands this constitution of the human
    • images that can really penetrate into the working of something that
    • therapy, which is able really to penetrate into the connections.
    • more about this tonight — you will really be able to say that this
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    • knowledge must be held for a really professional gathering of
    • thus have here something that is really conducive to illness but that
    • phosphorus and sulphur combustible substances. If this study is really
    • are examples through which one really comes to see the process taking
    • not really know how things in the material world are to be used.
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    • am to deliver here. I had not really intended to speak during the
    • the outlook of modern man. In the ages that really came to an end
    • Science, we begin really at the other end. We descend from a
    • complicated, never simple. We can really grapple with Nature only if
    • materialism, idealism, realism and the like, have really taken this
    • have really been at a loss to know what to make of philosophy,
    • calculated to make us materialists. The mystery that really underlies
    • The metabolic process is really the most mysterious of all processes
    • the human organism. Man is really objective knowledge, knowledge made
    • processes in the blood stream, are really nothing but fantasy on the
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    • terms, but there will really be nothing that cannot in some way be
    • Ego is really the focus whence the whole organic activity of man
    • may say that it is really an abstraction to speak of physical,
    • course of these lectures we shall see what really lies behind this
    • secretions, every trace of its origin is eliminated. It is really
    • is really only at this point that our way of looking at things
    • is really only a matter of taking the trouble to examine and develop
    • and really study the connections between them, you will constantly be
    • at a botany which really corresponds to the whole physiological
    • something that really is brought into being by the forces of the
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    • only of course in this sense the head-organisation really extends
    • really are the key to the processes of childhood. If you want to
    • During this period the human being is not really dependent on
    • From the seventh to the fourteenth years, all that really concerns us
    • acquired, is connected with this. Sexual diseases are really nothing
    • Those who can really perceive this transition from the eleventh,
    • approach orthodox medicine are really due to the fact that, to begin
    • now connect this with the fact that the Ego-organisation really lives
    • this place in the body something that really tends to become an ear —
    • up to carcinoma, are really misplaced attempts at the formation of
    • really is. On the one side there is a false relationship between the
    • it is really true that anyone who enters into them can make
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    • state of health and in its approach towards health — is really
    • really represents the next plant that will come into being, that
    • animal-substance — plant-substance is really opposed to that
    • really talks nonsense about the nerves and senses. Forgive me for
    • these gas-bubbles, which are really striving to become organs, are
    • understanding; the essential point is to observe what really groups
    • weakened and undermined. As sense-organisation it is not really
    • we really have insight into these matters, if we realise that this
    • salts. But we must really know how to relate the devitalising
    • science, but a science that is really an art, for it can no
    • impossible. We must really get the right touch — in a spiritual
    • rather against the grain. If it really helps, I cannot do otherwise
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    • What, then, is really
    • may be said to hold really modern socialistic views for their opinion
    • of the economic actuality, which does not really penetrate to the
    • really social manner?
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    • administrators. And this is really typical of what is aimed at to-day
    • which really must be understood to-day. People must see that such
    • things that are really often treated by socialist thinkers as of
    • in economic affairs. One example, a really typical one, may be given
    • through these arrangements, the price will really correspond to the
    • consumption of commodities really find it easy, prompted by their own
    • is really honestly intended for the general welfare of all humanity,
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    • work. The opportunity of really turning his work to account, of
    • Now it really requires
    • significance, has often presented to us the question: What is really
    • pieces of itself, we might say, and this State may really serve as an
    • ‘What is really meant by public rights? It is neither more nor
    • progress in social life can really understand such things. The
    • nature of the human being can we arrive at really modern conceptions
    • judgment. It must be determined whether the elected judge is really
    • administered when the judge is really able, by virtue of his own
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    • understanding. What is really the meaning of all the subconscious
    • really true, and “true” here is to be understood in the
    • freedom really begins. Modern human consciousness is only aware of
    • discover what the human being really is, when we recognize that one
    • evolution into his own hands, man is really able to awaken a
    • disease of locomotor ataxia really prove the exact opposite,
    • which is really horn of a new spirit, altogether born of the spirit,
    • the next few days to show how external life may really be given a new
    • hold of the hearts, of minds, of the souls of men in a really
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    • into the social organism. The first thing we see is that the really
    • really fertile, free life of the spirit. It would be more exact to
    • with its division of labor on a grand scale, the really free
    • judgment. It has lost the power really to lay hold on life. Those
    • consume various things which are really only luxuries. He points out
    • basis for a really new construction of social life is the activity of
    • paradoxical will seem a matter of course when social life is really
    • Law is really
    • develops in the practice. He who really knows what spiritual life
    • wood, should the occasion arise, is no really good philosopher. For
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    • consumption. The satisfaction of these wants is really the whole task
    • If this should really
    • when the climax was reached. We might describe what really happened
    • peoples, one nation will really be able to develop an understanding
    • The masses, they say, are not yet ripe. Let us see what is really
    • family be really so constituted that the father is a Greek, one son a
    • one must see things as they really are. This is just what spiritual
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    • beings to understand such a thing as this in a really practical sense.
    • that we can really think about with the intellect which we have grown
    • what we really need is an understanding of the social organism in
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    • considerations really merge in this question of Price. All the
    • Labour. Others believe that all true economic Value is really
    • You cannot really say what Value is — you can only say: Value
    • with Value in the economic life, it is really none other than the
    • which is really fluctuating. As a result, one who can see through
    • therefore, to the expenditure of substance. Such a statement is really
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    • Our first need is to discover what is really the proper form of
    • sensible procedure is to consider it in connection with what really
    • been done. We only achieve something when we are really able
    • are really being exchanged for in this case? The thing which the
    • earners but as men who work because of social needs? Must this really
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    • working in the economic process; but there is really nothing left in
    • We must really consider this from the point of view of pure Economics.
    • — it does not really belong to him. In effect, it is only from
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    • that which ought really to be used up at a certain point becomes
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    • (which, I believe, in spite of the shortness of the time, will really
    • prices work out in this case has really been determined by that
    • process really identical with giving, to one who has the faculties
    • really freed, so that the individual faculties were always able to
    • or whether really free spirits are allowed to exist within the social
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    • way not in accordance with what in a deeper sense they really are. I
    • is, the Labour-nexus. We cannot really exchange Labour for anything;
    • But we do not really do anything of the sort. In reality, even in the
    • this product which the enterpriser [Unternehmer] really
    • enterprising or “undertaking ” spirit. It is really this
    • enough to see that all values are not really paid for. Take the case
    • really involve a purchase, let us consider what is involved by rent
    • really economic; it is a process to which we can only apply the word
    • price which farm-products really ought to have in terms of other
    • it clear to begin with that Capital cannot really be bought, True,
    • movement, to make the nomenclature quite exact, I ought really to
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    • really tackle these concepts of “supply” and
    • it really is so in any particular domain — then it is
    • What is there in this economic life? What really lives in it?
    • think: In saying this, have we really exhausted the full reality of
    • life of Rights; it is Law and Order. You cannot really consider the
    • that he really sells the product of his Labour for shillings and pence
    • see,” he said, “I am really a benefactor to the people who
    • It is really tragic that no understanding should be found in our time
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    • the way in which these things do really live in the economic process.
    • lose on it.” What does this really mean? To begin with, it means
    • will not get at that, of which I said that it is really there
    • economic process taking place within a larger whole, it is really
    • very good conceit of itself, there is really very little public
    • the one case, those who really have the stronger personal faculties
    • really placed between two buffers. The one buffer is the raw
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    • is, of course, really an exchange between what the buyer gives and
    • It is really this attachment to profit which generates the economic
    • will become good.” Such judgments are really of no more worth
    • be brought together, so that they may really work in the social
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    • Merovingian kingdom was really no different from this: — the
    • To conceive what world-economics really means, we must see clearly, to
    • economic products. As an instance of a really lasting economic
    • their work really provide whatever passes over directly into human
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    • of the factors which really determine price. For the price — the
    • market, or in the circulation of goods, is really of far less economic
    • finds expression in the rate of wages — we really have an
    • disputes really depends on social relationships in which both the
    • we use as money — to be a really useful form of money — must
    • it also is really subject to changes. If I have to pay a certain sum
    • really there economically. Economically the facts are otherwise.
    • however, should really be our task. All that can be said in the
    • And now let us suppose that we really make up our minds to allow
    • doing so we do not really buy with this money; we buy with a
    • value really exists — and it is there now. On the other hand,
    • hand, if you tame money, if you really assign to it a certain
    • economic process. This value really only inheres in the money
    • really free spiritual life. This, too, is happening already, only
    • them without their being able to see what it really is. In the social
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    • is that this problem, which should really underlie our thinking about
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    • pictures as could really live. A living thing, you may be sure, is
    • need to have concepts which really begin at the beginning. You cannot
    • What is it that really emerges when we think, in this way, that in
    • this is, as everyone can really see for himself, what should be aimed
    • members of an economic whole which will be really visible to all. Each
    • associative life) that we really have the Nature-value recorded on our
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    • took place at the Mystery of Golgotha was really nothing less than
    • the initiates were not free. When they wanted to work out of really
    • to find the way. The anthroposophical movement is really there for
    • of life, it is really no more than can be expected if people turn it
    • was not really to blame for this, rather was he in this respect a
    • spiritual life of mankind. There is really no other possible course
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    • the physical and earthly world is really joined to the spiritual. We
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    • when we try to go a little further and form a picture of what really
    • the present day can really understand this.
    • understand how this happens when we know what it is that really takes
    • the time when death really occurs as a final event. Something else
    • of the whole knowledge man should really possess, will assuredly meet
    • should really be expressed in some entirely different way. You must
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    • connected with man, but are really sub-human.
    • may continue to carry on their fight, they cannot ever be really
    • really to gain the victory he seeks, the Earth would lose that human
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    • Leader. Now after death, we really learn to know what Initiation
    • example, my dear friends. Maybe you are a really good
    • point out what it really means, when we are out yonder in the world
    • yourself. As we shall see in a moment, you really make it so that it
    • spiritual Beings as they really are; all that we now possess are the
    • depends on man's learning really to live with the spiritual world as
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    • took place at the Mystery of Golgotha was really nothing less than
    • the initiates were not free. When they wanted to work out of really
    • to find the way. The anthroposophical movement is really there for
    • of life, it is really no more than can be expected if people turn it
    • was not really to blame for this, rather was he in this respect a
    • spiritual life of mankind. There is really no other possible course
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    • when we try to go a little further and form a picture of what really
    • the present day can really understand this.
    • understand how this happens when we know what it is that really takes
    • the time when death really occurs as a final event. Something else
    • of the whole knowledge man should really possess, will assuredly meet
    • should really be expressed in some entirely different way. You must
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    • may continue to carry on their fight, they cannot ever be really
    • really to gain the victory he seeks, the Earth would lose that human
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    • Leader. Now after death, we really learn to know what Initiation
    • example, my dear friends. Maybe you are a really good
    • point out what it really means, when we are out yonder in the world
    • yourself. As we shall see in a moment, you really make it so that it
    • spiritual Beings as they really are; all that we now possess are the
    • depends on man's learning really to live with the spiritual world as
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    • and it is really childish when modern science explains them in the way
    • periods of transition in which something takes place that is really
    • knowing what is really happening to them! They will begin to receive
    • who have such experiences will ask themselves, “Am I really
    • anyone who has really united himself with Christ knows that ever-new
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    • feminine nature in the cosmos. It is something that really gives the
    • see that it is not really so extraordinary that women today find
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    • dead, was really the one about Whom the ancient Hebraic esoteric
    • as vital life — should then really grow upward to a spiritual
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    • really the outcome of your own thinking and forming of mental
    • man actually sleeps by day; that is, he does not really live within
    • are related to what thoughts really are as a shadow-image of an
    • intellectual element in which we are really awake brings us
    • ratios in chemistry are really an expression of the numerical ratios
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    • such a world will then reveal itself, if it really exists.”
    • their scheme was not really quite successful. For this reason, the
    • situation, that it is really so that a number of brotherhoods take an
    • however, until he has learned what is really going on within him. So
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    • whether it was really so, as the practical factory owners said, that
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    • requires earnest study of spiritual science. This event must really
    • has led to these catastrophic times, and what must really take hold
    • caricatures show only what really must come.
    • certain group egoism. It is really necessary for these things to be
    • there is nothing really material but only the spiritual will
    • being, the lower animal nature. Man is to a certain extent really a
    • realities for illusions, really entering into a spiritual conception
    • our time, we are not really concerned with forces and constellations
    • the situation! One must really study these things without antipathy
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    • mystics dream and thrill about. Really, if we look at what we
    • from human beings on earth. This is not an abstract bond but a really
    • how the dead are participating in human evolution. One would really
    • presentation that in this field, history really must take second
    • time the moment has come when human beings will really be able to
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    • spirit, if it is observed in a really thorough-going way. I have
    • really spiritual processes. Man eats. He takes up into his own
    • nation-spirit; he seeks it in the way which is really founded in his
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    • from another cosmos — really from another cosmos — than
    • yesterday. It is really important that through such Imaginations
  • Title: Rosicrucianism/Initiation: Lecture I: Research into the Life of the Spirit During the Middle Ages
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    • really was so — that present-day man would say they had all
    • matter; but there were others who really knew, even as late as the
    • cannot understand! But try for once really to grasp Colour in
    • is happening really, when you run? When you run, Light predominates
    • clothes, is the man! This is really what happened with the Elements.
    • they cannot of themselves have forms; there is nothing really there
    • earlier centuries and what is really contained in the older writings,
    • and other up-to-date apparatus. What Basilius Valentinus really gives
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    • really comprehend it, I cannot connect what is out there in Nature
    • maturity. Thus it is really something abnormal, to understand the
    • place for him was really none other than what lies behind such
    • last really spoken to me through her beings; now a moment has been
    • given him by the teacher, showing him how self-knowledge really
    • what these pupils of the mediaeval Initiates were really like.
    • of view. He said to himself: When man speaks, then we really have in
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    • the impression that he really should speak to you, then he will begin
    • really meant, and asked about them. But they received from these wise
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    • belief concerning the Fall really goes back ultimately to this idea;
    • on Earth today, is really a creature who is self-contained, who
    • really in his nature be a far more comprehensive being —
    • present earthly existence, so that today he is really sitting
    • It was, then, really so
    • clouded, but better contemporaries of his did really hold the view
    • ought really to come to being in his etheric body through the
    • be ruled from the Sun; so that the tasks that should really be
    • Who is it that Faust is really conjuring up? Goethe himself, when he
    • really understood. But those who know of such things know how in the
    • really and truly bears within herself the forces that are needed to
    • directed by the Earth. And the pupil was told: If one really studies
    • is really nothing else than the expression, the revelation of human
    • really no sort of connection with what is individual and personal,
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    • have told you is really true, namely that in recent times what has
    • nineteenth century and are really survivals of the ancient wisdom.
    • foundation. A similar picture has really to be made of the conditions
    • force; the pupil became conscious that they do really exist. It
    • not really think with the brain, he thinks with his skeleton, when he
    • be really and truly experienced. Explanation and interpretation of
    • symbols is really nonsense; so too is all theorising about symbols.
    • And that is what really happens — spiritually of course —
    • are really no longer in your body. If you hold something in your
    • bones really in you. You go inwards, it is true, but nevertheless you
    • experience, in a really living way, this particular part of his
    • makes use of the organ that is really an organ of smell raised up
    • other way. And it is really interesting to find, when we go back to
    • that, with him, Forms really lead back to the experience I described,
    • really stepping over a threshold. And at the threshold stands a
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    • secrets of existence. For the humanity of olden times it really was
    • board, thereby bringing home to myself what is really there within
    • what we learn from Michael is not really the word, but, if I may so
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    • Now man is a true microcosm, really a little world. Everything that
    • Spring, then if we are really fully man, we yield ourselves to Nature
    • festival only when we know how to link it with something really
    • have the knowledge which is really able to see something in iron other
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    • olden times it really was so: the Initiates drew forth what they had
    • myself what is really there within me. So it is when we make external
    • from Michael is not really the word, but — if I may so express
    • one's pleasure (for then it is really as though you were painting, it
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    • For what was it that really happened then? It has often been
    • Thus if we really understand how to penetrate ever more deeply into
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    • can fathom his way of thinking, if I can really understand his words
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    • become really conscious of himself, would not find the experiences we
    • can really happen that, living gently in the depths of the soul, as
    • this tale we can feel an echo of certain moods that really and truly
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    • knew who this man really was, whether a tailor or a king's son; they
    • then really happened to human beings in this intermediate state
    • consciousness: “The wise female beings I see there are really
    • soul so that I cannot really reach it during the day.” When we
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    • of Nazareth, that the Earth had really been fertilised by the descent
    • For how did it really appear to the human beings in the centuries
    • This truth, deeply united with the whole destiny of man, was really
    • is not a really living experience in the humanity of modern times. It
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    • really doing so. It would be childish to believe that he is.
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    • To understand what this really means we must look back to the event
    • out into the far planetary spaces, he had really been able to observe
    • really go forth from the earthly realm, unite himself with the Moon
    • Adonis Festival in Autumn time. It really led the human being into the
    • really to be a Festival of the “laying in the grave”, and as
  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries of Ephesus The Aristotelian Categories
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    • meeting, really finds its way into the life of the Anthroposophical
    • he bore this within him, he really felt himself as though transported
    • But as the Temple burned something was really taking place.
    • for the secret of the Moon. These things are really to be read in the
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    • says to itself: No matter what efforts are made to develop really
    • Iodine,” he is really trying to show the limitations of man's
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    • really holds it? For the Greek this would have been as absurd as the
    • that materialism holds sway over our age is, really, only a lagging behind.
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    • the soul is within the spiritual. Really, what is experienced in painting
    • What is experienced musically is really man's hidden adaptation to the
    • if we really enter the spirituality of world phenomena, we gradually
    • abstract, theoretical, merely scientific, practical without being really
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    • that is, had dared to paint all the hairy spots of the naked body really
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    • something whose outer aspect belies what it really is. But here
    • and how, in this instance, he really created out of it all three
    • of Mary” only Mary is really artistic. Above, there is the danger
    • from the bottom of the picture to the really beautiful, to Mary herself
    • can never become really tragic. Nor can the human being who leads an
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    • tones, as well as words. Indeed, only then does one experience the really
    • If we really feel what I have just described, then a certain sensation
    • one really grasps the etheric or formative-force body (as it is called
    • just as the word itself is expressive gesture. For a word is really
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    • of humility, but there really is something very special
    • themselves to it, and no one notices the harm that is really
    • my hearers shall really endeavour to direct their observation, even
    • would be a terrible tragedy, a really terrible tragedy. For you see,
    • first seven years of our life that our body is really inherited, but
    • this body in the child, it really is terrible to see how he must find
    • he has to form. It really is a tragic sight. The child himself knows
    • it were, and you really live in the child. All that the child enjoys
    • you yourself are really one with him and make impressions on
    • is really a question of developing the concept of a kind of
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    • place. The child during the first seven years is really completely
    • stops here, but this picture-forming process is really only the
    • seven years is really an eye. If something takes place in the child's
    • io believe that it really is something suitable for children, but it
    • is of no use at all. It really has no value whatsoever, and the whole
    • people really are clever. Whenever a few people get together and
    • really entirely sense-organ.
    • that can make him a really good teacher.
    • something that is really quite foreign to him. For example, the
    • how writing really originated, only today it is difficult to
    • sun! You must really admire it; stand like this so that you can look
    • drawing). You can really get the vowels from the gesture, the
    • today are really not suited to the human being till a later age, in
    • one will not be able to proceed as one really should today because
    • of man can really enter into the child.
    • truth he really feels himself within the whole world. He feels that
    • Not until the age of nine or ten does the child really learn to
    • different. All the same one has to know that this really comes from
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    • point is really this.
    • of how to cultivate the land if he knows how the soil is really part
    • for they are really all theoretical as I showed you in our first
    • to understand how the earth is really a part of plant life you must
    • is really the truth about these soul qualities of man and the
    • animals? With man we find that he can really possess all qualities,
    • the fact that there is really an immense variety, a whole world of
    • right feeling. This alone can lead him to a really human feeling
    • the soil that the child really becomes clever and intelligent. His
    • year is really demanding that the whole world of external nature
    • — should not really be introduced into the curriculum until
    • must know that in certain cases improvement, which is really what we
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    • at first, will never really be able to do them perfectly in the end
    • every imaginable kind of question. Your task in all this is really to
    • really find its way into the children's hearts. This can only be
    • yet really be cultivated, but all thinking should be developed in a
    • this figure; he will really get the feeling that the figure is not
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    • say that whatever one really understands has this intimate connection
    • to count things and what really happens when you count. You will
    • and that you did once learn to count, but actually you do not really
    • peculiar organ this human head really is, and how useless for our
    • spiritual activities are concerned it is really not nearly so much in
    • occurs. The head in man is really only an apparatus for reflecting
    • for sport does not really make people skilled. What does make a man
    • can awaken the thought that the ONE is really the comprehensive thing
    • building out of these. The latter procedure was really only
    • Physics, which really only comes from education. For atoms are really
    • criticise atomism today, but criticism is really more or less
    • Mary is an honest little girl, and she really didn't eat a single
    • at it like this you cannot really see how it comes about.
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    • body of man only really begins at the change of teeth. The etheric
    • yourselves therefore should really try to learn anatomy by modelling
    • model such forms as the lung or something similar. It is really
    • forms which the child paints or models, for then you will be really
    • between the seventh and fourteenth year? It does not really come to
    • upon the spinal column. Our nerves are really a kind of lyre, a
    • really begins to play upon the single nerve fibres with the
    • are really in a bad way, we human beings, because the head does not
    • there is something that should really be present in the child at a
    • really call forth a feeling for music in his whole organism, and you
    • should really only be a kind of memorising instrument, is of course
    • it that he really comes to possess all these things as an inward
    • teaching for the child entering school, but he ought not really to
    • really fed: r, o, l, l. It is the same thing for every
    • abstract. Man can no longer really feel his way into language. Look
    • what is really contained in a word, that they feel the inward
    • external world. This we should really experience in our feeling, be
    • all untrue. It is really all nonsense. Space is something concrete of
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    • section extends from the twelfth year up to puberty, and it is really
    • only now that the child really begins to understand the inanimate
    • make it clear to ourselves that this is really how things are: in the
    • the child tires, what is it they really observe? They observe how
    • considered to be extraordinarily clever, is really only a product of
    • like, which have been thought out for the children, are really bad.
    • the other. No school is really alive where this is not the most
    • meetings, so that every teacher really has the opportunity to gain an
    • class teaching, how one can really bring the children on. For we are
    • in this way each child really receives what is right for his
    • made. This is really a monstrous state of affairs. Now we cannot of
    • is really in accordance with life itself. One has to go through some
    • requirements, but in order that the children might really learn to
    • led into a really artistic approach to handwork; the girls will not
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    • the other factor has to be found. Of course this really gives what is
    • first school years it is really only in the method of expression that
    • have done that for two or two-and-a-half years and have really seen
    • pleasanter system of measures! These are things which really keep
    • originally we really had a natural measurement. I have told you that
    • abstract. 100 is really only 10 times 10. Now, whether I have 10
    • is really the same. In the one case the dogs, and in the other the 10
    • regard to the teaching of drawing, it is really a question of viewing
    • the sea, is really a very abstract statement. So from the artistic
    • there when I draw a face? Does such a thing as this really exist?
    • bring lines into it, and form a face from them, is really an untruth:
    • artistic feeling will prompt you to work out what is really there out
    • really find these rays of light? They are nowhere to be found. What
    • Everything, really, that is drawn, has been thought out. And it is
    • put on paper what is really there.
    • they would like it better there. I have had really quite a number of
    • the really black shadow occurs, I see a greenish colour; and here,
    • cannot really paint the tree: we can only bring in light and shade,
    • speaking only of what is really there — colour, light and
    • With regard to “how it should really be taught,”
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    • curriculum to any really objective recognition of the nature of
    • body of wisdom that had really perished with Hippocrates.
    • qualities, must be the starting point in our quest for what really
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    • This leads to a further inquiry. Is there really any possibility of
    • And so it is really possible to trace what happens in lower organisms.
    • healing. Here we can really pass Nature's examination, for we see how
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    • of healing the individual. But this justification really consists in
    • people! Now, this justification would be valid if patients were really
    • to be called the cause of sickness. It is really quite appalling, in
    • The really decisive factor is a certain unbalanced interaction of what
    • really objective, detached from sympathy or antipathy — everybody who
    • the control of this tension really comprises what we must search for
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    • slight capacity of this kind. The lazy man is really, from the point
    • body, they are “foreign bodies,” causing really awful disturbances and
    • Homeopathic dosage has really up to a point been very carefully copied
    • say, for this is really the case — the earth rises up and grows, so
    • all tree trunks are really outgrowths of the earth. If we have
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    • Thus all that seems essentially earthy is really a joint product of
    • extra-terrestrial that is really the basis of the earthly elements.
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    • later on it can really work with the supple and plastic organic
    • disease in later life. The search for microbes is not really helpful
    • aware that most of them are really not so ill as they believe. Of
    • intuition of great importance in all diagnosis. For diagnosis really
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    • function really depends on our organism being hollowed out in this
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    • muscle system. So Cichorium intybus really says to us “here am I and
    • reservation: the plant is really akin to a part only of the nature of
    • more. Yes — it is really a process of reabsorption — of return. And
    • solved — or even really understood — if approached from the
    • This is the approach for really scientific comprehension of our human
    • things will be clearly seen, then we shall really begin to have a
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    • to man. For what in the whole of nature's immensity is really
    • organism actually produces primary light. In our upper man we really
    • Here I must touch on what can only be called a really painful chapter
    • They are really an exposure to the powers of the chemical zone, an
    • daily life. The really effective factor in most light-baths, is the
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    • diseases, and their really rational treatment. And finally there is
    • mistletoe is really based on the fact just put before you. It will
    • pointed out the trunk formations of trees are really practically outgrowths
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    • of course in the long run of this evolutionary history — is really a
    • the vestige of the process which where all development really proceeds
    • results. For all the facts I here set before you are really nothing
    • the eyes, you really identify yourself with the external world. For
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    • the same manner under similar circumstances. What really happens if a
    • being man really rests, and above all our human thinking which goes
    • only, is to regard man too much as an animal. One gives really due
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    • by external activity. These animals are really taking care of their
    • really not be blunted or dulled, can be especially well observed. In
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    • too materialistic lines; for we should really regard such external
    • really purely external. Roux has even extended these concepts to the
    • strife of the organs within man. But that too is really quite
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    • micro-organisms really exist. And since they have different
    • — and I only use the term in order to give a picture — really exist?
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    • confuses the complex of symptoms with what is really the essential
    • as it is called — descriptive psychology — is really
    • the “being ill” really means. And in this connection I
    • them an abnormality. At present there is really no other criterion.
    • no more than a reflection, it is really just like a reflection in a
    • mirror. It is all obliterated when we fall asleep. The really
    • being. When we speak of hepatic activity — and we ought really
    • parents. What is usually adduced in the theory of heredity is really
    • fundamentally of the same nature. We should really speak, therefore,
    • illnesses; the subtler illnesses are not really accessible to
    • connect the defect in the will? That is the really important
    • defects are really defects in the will; for even when you find a
    • this defect in thinking is really a defect in will: When someone
    • can really only be sure that there is a defect in thinking when,
    • the latter, it really amounts to nothing at all!) The knowledge which
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    • radical way. And you really ought to know whither modern science must
    • notice — for it really does concern us. It is entitled:
    • thoughts really are. Thoughts, as we know, enter the organism of the
    • able to see him as he really is, until we look right away from his
    • that insanity is really something that can arouse our deepest
    • what is really involved. Thus, we must know that in the education of
    • is really only possible for us to go on in these lectures and speak
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    • learn to recognise these illnesses for what they really are, then we
    • matter really stands. When you walk, you place yourself, with your
    • term “earth” is, really, these forces. Then the ego
    • really are. In its study of the organisation of the eye, physics
    • manifests outwardly as a fit. That is what fits really are. Every
    • which the fluids are circulating is really the cause of the
    • really all children, but particularly epileptics — to
    • that thoughts cannot themselves really ever be false; and today I
    • The really serious disturbances — what can cause these to
    • phrenology that is commonly practiced, a genuine phrenology really
    • If we are really awake
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    • arises there. This causes fits. For what is really taking place, when
    • under these names really deserve to be called hysteria, in the way
    • us see what it is we really have before us in a young child who is
    • seizes hold of all the elements more intensely than is really
    • what it really is, then we shall find that this true and essential
    • in the child; we smell this outflow. For it can really be smelled,
    • this complex of ideas the whole of the child's illness is really
    • life of feeling, is really doing. The sub-conscious is so terribly
    • practise a really careful observation, the right thing to do.
    • flourish of trumpets that it is the insane who are the really divine
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    • really are in man. In the head organisation the ego hides itself
    • abnormalities, but you ought really to come to the point where
    • psychical! — but on knowing exactly what can really help.
    • substance is required; we must really succeed in following the path
    • that he should at times speak more quietly, that he ought really to
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    • old was a very poor eater. During all this time he had really no
    • denominations do not really make for deep and sincere religion. But
    • which is really a manifestation of spirit, is infectious; the
    • movement for what “movement”, mobility, really is! I do
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    • the boy we were considering yesterday. For in this boy we can really
    • really become a poet, rich in imagination. And then, having gradually
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    • clinical history. Sudden death of the child's father. The boy really
    • all came about. There is really something impish about the way these
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    • really could say — it would of course be misunderstood by the
    • ensure that the externally administered arsenic shall really strike
    • set out to develop Waldorf School pedagogy and really mean our work
    • a visible speech and language to arise. We are really very far from
    • is really so: the moment we begin to speak of education, we have
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    • time and see what things really interested him, and then, starting
    • perception. If people would only realise that one has to really
    • His school attainments have really to be counted as nil.”)
    • can beget in yourself the faculty simply to perceive what is really
    • now, this is really the only way to come to a true understanding of
    • really and truly in one human hair everything else is comprised; a
    • other respects we have really no knowledge of the girl, we had her
    • really entirely ready to meet you in this matter, and propose to use
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    • And it should really be so that we accompany — and in that way
    • develops also a delicate sensitiveness; so that the boy has really
    • a natural trust and confidence in him. There is really hardly
    • attract what should really be in the sphere of the Moon's influence:
    • horoscope shows we can see what is really the matter.
    • with Venus and Mars. You will not really need to carry your
    • very thin parchment-like paper, but it must be really thin so that it
    • have really no means of discovering the simplest facts without the
    • Ernst Haeckel. The development is really just the same as happens in
    • could really have the feeling that the old Hildebrand was standing
    • was really quite delightful to watch how he would sometimes at dinner
    • regular pedant, this Gärtner! Really quite absurd! In Haeckel's
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    • we have really been endeavouring to do in our talks together here is
    • presents itself is really the reaction that arises within you to the
    • it is in our day to “behold” a human being as he really
    • here, I must warn you that if you desire really to make your way
    • field of Earth consciousness; the I alone does so. Yet it is really
    • from meditating. In point of fact we are not really hindered by these
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    • know ourselves as we really are ourselves — what
    • it is really very difficult to express what is now arrived at,
    • disintegration. Is it not really rather an extraordinary
    • Healing into something wherein we can really see that a remedy
    • really penetrating survey both of the human being and Nature we
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    • presence of integration and disintegration, but really
    • compelled to ask myself whether on this basis it is really
    • really inwardly organised as two entirely separate
    • illness really are, we must understand how these processes take
    • primarily with the Ego-organisation) is really connected in
    • position really to understand the human organism in its healthy
    • who can really perceive what is meant will certainly not have
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    • we realise that such a conception really adds something to our
    • is not really asleep, for his metabolic-limb system and his
    • bound to the physical and etheric bodies. There is really a
    • complicated as it appears when we really penetrate into the
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    • ourselves as we really are ourselves — what we have done
    • consciousness. I must admit that nowadays it is really very
    • it not really rather an extraordinary expression that we use
    • can really see that a remedy is not administered just because
    • — but because by a really penetrating survey both of the
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    • disintegration, but really study each individual organ as
    • been indicated as an abstract principle is really present in
    • myself whether on this basis it is really possible to say that
    • grasp what health and illness really are, we must understand
    • corresponds primarily with the Ego-organisation) is really
    • matter thus is one in a position really to understand the human
    • be cured. Anyone who can really perceive what is meant will
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    • such a conception really adds something to our comprehension of
    • towards sleep. Yet the man is not really asleep, for his
    • physical and etheric bodies. There is really a continual
    • really penetrate into the nature of the human organism. Indeed
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    • “vital forces.” It is something that can really be perceived
    • ill-health. But what really takes place is that the physical mineral,
    • really immersed in the whole natural order. But one attains also to an
    • admitted that the remedy has really been discovered in the plant
    • Ego-organisation of man; it really strengthens it. So, if one gives
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    • “vital forces.” It is something that can really be perceived
    • ill-health. But what really takes place is that the physical mineral,
    • really immersed in the whole natural order. But one attains also to an
    • admitted that the remedy has really been discovered in the plant
    • Ego-organisation of man; it really strengthens it. So, if one gives
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    • Science, it was really not any personal attraction that led me
    • the really practical thing at their door, except from the
    • get as far as anything concrete, as really laying hold of
    • really practical!
    • remain sterile and unproductive, when it comes to really
    • Labour and of that, which must really lie below the cry
    • grow up ... for this is the really practical thing, to see what
    • really unegoistic and social way of thinking amongst the human
    • to the really practical understanding of life!
    • really social thinking in every people must lead to a
    • anything like real socialisation. The really practical thing
    • this demand of the times, so that really we may succeed at last
    • its four legs; and those are taken for the really practical
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture I: The Principle of Spiritual Economy in Connection with Questions of Reincarnation: An Aspect of the Spiritual Guidance of Mankind
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    • advancement if people have become accustomed to really living
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    • a particular matter as an indication that they do not really
    • look at world history as it really is.
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    • really a presentation of that profound mystery behind the
    • worlds what the Christ really is, as He surfaces
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    • results from an inner necessity. Really, it is as if many a
    • really understands Him will say, “Through birth we step
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    • are the only creatures on earth who really think, and through
    • really the truth! Although our thoughts take place within
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    • Kashyapa. Will these two events really occur? Will the
    • understanding of how the Event of Golgotha has really worked
    • is really able to develop the strong, healing power that can
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    • are those who can really absorb the things that will be quite
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    • really wants to draw the proper conclusions from the
    • really important is the development of human love and of
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    • called — although the name doesn't really matter
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    • really becomes quite clear, but is more or less unconscious, dark,
    • If we really manage to observe what happens, we must say that we are
    • represents the actual waking condition for modern man, is not really
    • really an extraordinary region which shows that there are quite
    • alternations of rain and sunshine, then you do really come to see how
    • she almost embraces one. It really is a delightful experience. I might
    • that one need not really eat there, that one can be fed by this very
    • their waking life was really a sort of continuation of their dreaming.
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    • really belong. It was of course possible to reject or to sleep through
    • outcast race, taken from a divine-spiritual world where they really
    • leaders of humanity, a more exact consciousness of what really was
    • just beautiful but are really permeated by the weaving of the spirit;
    • freedom is to be found. Try to realize what human evolution has really
    • That is really how men behave nowadays in regard to the Sun; they see
    • really get it by astronomical speculation. Even external science is
    • investigation cannot really tell us what this Saturn of our universe
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    • and cannot decide — one might say — whether it has really
    • really claim that the etheric body is our own property. In this
    • How is this dream-life really revealed? There are of course many kinds
    • all know. One must really ask what is contained in these dreams, what
    • the experiences a really fearful torment of the soul. When dreams
    • as far as actual physical illness, are really the herald of a form of
    • it can prove so logically what is really an illusion, and its proofs
    • thinking and ideas, our inner habit is really such that anyone
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    • Wotan really lies later in time than this epoch when the Druid culture
    • wisdom was really an unconscious echo, a kind of unconscious memory of
    • really instruments whereby the outer physical effects of the Sun were
    • stimulations he experienced — these were really his knowledge.
    • the Wotan forces, should be freed from Hel — for this is really a
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    • difficult to do so because spiritual truths really can be better given
    • sympathy, which we feel for the dead man really makes his journey
    • but really extremely upsetting to a man who for the first time is able
    • clairvoyant vision, are really and truly valid, as can be seen in
    • are conscious of is really but a small part of our soul-life. Much
    • becomes really difficult because of the attitude of these good friends
    • know that the dead really hear us?” Well, of course it is
    • which is often present when we are thus reading. We really can acquire
    • thoughts which are really invisible in the spiritual world. As the
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    • more and more, the exercise of that force can really reproduce the
    • these descriptions meet with so much antagonism, for it really is not
    • this is very seldom carried out; for a man who really has an
    • I have nothing to do with it!” A man might really deceive himself
    • really seeing into the spiritual world, which necessitates quite other
    • way means are gradually created by which we can really perceive the
    • birth. In such ways Anthroposophy can really work practically upon
    • aroused, and that man can really raise himself to a realisation of
    • spiritual world, we can really become aware that we are being
    • walk. Practical clairvoyance shows us that these forces, when really
    • really a very complicated matter. We see, therefore, that looking back
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    • Only that is a reality in the human soul life which this soul really
    • really observes his consciousness in connection with what lives in the
    • thought really portray? The Christ Being descended from spiritual
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    • festival in autumn a reality; if we were really to succeed, out of
    • and wills today is really inspired by the Easter mood, which is
    • really moves, that the great sustaining forces of humanity's
    • four appear, which is really a secondary number. If we want to see the
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    • other hand, what makes man really man, his upright form, the space
    • consciousness, he really cannot say: “I sing as the bird sings
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    • nature. We cannot really say that modern man even feels the
    • that it is his ego; for anyone who wants to be honest cannot really
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    • know nothing of what is really happening to us and around us.
    • experience of division within them really signifies.
    • child. What does this really signify?
    • really a less crude form of that of strangulation. Yet whenever
    • Here we have a clue to the nature of the Sphinx. The Sphinx is really
    • perceive what is really at work in the onflowing evolutionary process,
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    • moving. It is really quite important to take a little trouble to
    • had really come about. Imps burrowing under the earth — that is what
    • Man is really coarsely organized; we can sometimes find evidence of
    • immediately get something of an Ego experience. And it is really a
    • not really belong to us; we are a battlefield for the Luciferic and
    • another across man, and what shows in space is really only the
    • cannot really be created by the artist at all, it is what is within.
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    • if someone were to say: “I have no idea what a ‘man’ really
    • countenance and grey hair. And now I am really at a loss to know what
    • Someone comes to us — it is really a Nature spirit, appearing perhaps
    • life of the Folk Spirit within the human being really belongs just as little
    • between the two, a state which, as a matter of fact, we never really
    • This is really saying a great deal. When a man speaks of learning to
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    • that really anyone can recite – and this, of course, is not
    • – that when I reveal myself in poetry, it is really something
    • and declamation, really demands.
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    • the tone by practising the joyful. We discover how it is really the
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    • believe, too, that by becoming conscious of what really goes on in
    • the one in the other there is really an experience of the whole.
    • This should really be ever-present
    • separate characters and in their interaction – this is really
    • It is really a matter of putting
    • really felt everyday life in such a way that it was for him a
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    • “scientific” form, is really foreign to art – and
    • word-for-word content – it is really this which inspires the
    • content, which had really only to receive what was for the poet, as
    • melody – into what really lies behind the prose-content
    • into sornething which is really speech-formation.
    • “symbolic” art – but that would not really be art
    • especially if we really listen to the poem – in the word- and
    • really lives in aesthetic form and has to recreate his artistic
    • Grimm who first showed a really sensitive understanding for these
    • do we really have in this verse-measure? Now we must remember,
    • process is even vaguely recognisable in prose. This is really
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    • really quite slight. It turned it into a poem that no longer lives
    • in powerfully moulded forms. This is really possible only with the
    • we have, in Hamerling, a poet who really created more for
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    • not really still Greek art, but he does feel in it an after-effect
    • truly musical and imaginative qualities of poetry is really saying
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    • really knows how the human soul is transformed through Imaginations
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    • clairvoyant vision of what really took place in human evolution
    • really without prejudice, and if they were not too quick and biased
    • really appears quite like Him. When, for instance, we hear that this
    • Apollonius of Tyana, and of him we speak as a really high Adept.
    • always with great minds, he really remained alone with his thoughts.
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    • science are at one in showing that in early times human beings really
    • Today there is really more need for a certain passive attitude
    • really done only to open our eyes, not in order to seize the truths,
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    • how can he think it really true that the physical body, delivered
    • understand nothing of what Greece really was. Every period has its
    • Anyone who really knows Buddhism must picture it in this
    • This is strange, someone might now say. Does it really
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    • ‘The Resurrection of Jesus is really a shibboleth, concerning
    • from us? It demands something which, for modern thought, is really
    • mind. For, if we come closer to all this, what is it that Paul really
    • know very well.’ Is it really the physical body of man that
    • aside his physical body. But does he really lay aside his physical
    • Spirits the Spirits of Form, because they really live in the Phantom
    • always insisted that the human body really consists of the same
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    • esteemed sufficient, are really not sufficient to answer the question
    • the physical, material parts. The body that was really intended for
    • such question as this might be asked: If indeed Paul really believed
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    • really happened to that Being whom we designate as Christ Jesus from
    • was really only a repetition of the Saturn, Sun, and Moon periods.
    • Nathan-child, described in the Luke Gospel, really had no Ego; as
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    • really wants is often difficult to recognise in the case of the older
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    • also. Consequently, although the Gospels are really revived Mystery
    • really is at first as if water were washing over our feet, and then
    • sign of what he really is as he who is to incorporate a Bodhisattva.
    • thanks to Christ for our freedom. Then only can we really perceive
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    • man really possess in spiritual science? The answer to this question
    • then our answer will be: everyone who is aware of what is really meant,
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    • really the origin of all materialistic thinking on the part of man,
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    • must develop in man before he can really see what has formerly
    • wondrous religion, of which those who do not really know it, can form
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    • Incarnation of God in Jesus, cannot really understand the mind and
    • whereas the really significant epoch in the life of Jesus begins with
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    • clear to us then that if a really profound explanation seems to have
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    • educational methods applied there can really no longer be described
    • from which, as far as possible, art is eliminated. It is really
    • the social question as one of morality and religion can we really
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    • of esteem in the really brilliant achievements of all countries
    • which really ought to be understood, must carefully observe what has
    • right light. Greek civilization was really a continuation, an
    • striving for the spirit by methods that were really based upon the
    • teaching and education (which really date from earlier times) laugh
    • have really done to-day by giving an introductory description of an
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    • education, without knowledge of which one cannot really educate or
    • Indeed, without knowledge of it we really ought not to venture upon
    • is really a paradox to modern man, but he must, none the less, grow
  • Title: Education: Lecture IV: The Connection of the Spirit with Bodily Organs
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    • human evolution are really due to the belief that ancient epochs,
    • time the spirit is really only a mental conception — a spirit
    • associated with one another. This really is the essence of the
    • ourselves, upon what we really are, as spirit, in these
    • then, thoughts must begin really to live in the teacher.
    • which we really only grasp intellectually, to the human being, how we
    • imaginative. Nothing whatever can really be grasped by
    • There in the teeth is my outer countenance! When we really come to
    • feeling-life is really still inwardly bound up with its physical
    • really inspires one's innermost being, gradually to release speech
  • Title: Education: Lecture V: The Emancipation of the Will in the Human Organism
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    • will really remains bound up with the organism longest of all. Until
    • education is really based on this question. For why do
    • question alone is really practical and pertinent to the nature of
    • equally assume that they know perfectly well what really good
    • Cosmos. And then he felt what really resounds in the line: ‘In the
    • impulses of education, one really should say: All that humanity has
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    • the teacher when, from hour to hour, he has learned to give really
    • speech will depend very largely upon whether we give him really wise,
    • Many diseases of the nerves to-day are really due to confused thinking,
    • beautiful doll. For, as I will now show you, such toys really amount
    • moreover, really love such a doll. Primitively this doll possesses
    • really appeal to the child. We shall not aim at intellectual beauty
    • primitive, really enchanting doll something like this one.
  • Title: Education: Lecture VII: The Rhythmic System, Sleeping and Waking, Imitation
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    • like wooden machines. It is really a characteristic of our day that
    • child's life of sleep. If we wish really to understand the form that
    • the orders we give are really an in-streaming of the will into our
    • It is really
    • are really tragic. Materialism speaks only of matter, never of the spirit.
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    • age of nine or nine-and-a-half, we can lead him on to a really vital
    • trunk of the tree is really earth-substance carried upwards. This
    • origin in what was once really destined for the plants, how the earth
    • the limbs really maintain and support the metabolism of the body, for
    • animal is really nothing but head. The whole digestive system is
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    • education arithmetic and geometry are really like a chameleon; by
    • to number and we shall discover how really limited man is in his
    • But that really represents the maximum of what is mentally visualised
    • has arisen during this Conference as to whether it is really a good thing
    • being. We have seen that in really fruitful education everything must be
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    • i.e. at about the seventh year. Until then, school is not really
    • school life children ought to acquire really practical ideas of their
    • if, that is to say, our aim is really a human and not a specialized, racial
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    • Now both methods are wrong. The point really is that the memory ought
    • between the teaching staff and the parents of the children. A really
    • really delightful at the Waldorf School to find a kind of competition
    • really the foundation of the art of teaching — are specially
    • of the nature of man brings the following facts to light. It is really
    • of work at the Waldorf School is achieving really splendid results. A
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    • Today we can hear how really practical people speak about such
    • What we really have before us in this young child is a being
    • patriarch really was, the answer must be somewhat as follows:
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    • what he has the will to achieve? For Goethe it was really
    • someone really wishes to develop an understanding of the
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    • say to the child: Do it like this, do it like that, he really
    • shall I do? Something really dreadful has happened. My boy has
    • whether he really steals. What has he done?” The father
    • This is why an education which is really based on a
    • horse “calculate,” for it really receives something
    • education which really instructs. Let us take an example. How
    • afterwards, provided they have really experienced what was
    • he really experienced it inwardly. He knew out of his own inner
    • school, if so desired; but I should be really furious if I were
    • we are really concerned with the teacher's attitude of mind,
    • Anthroposophical Society should really only consist of people
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    • forming a judgment in regard to this to be able really to enter
    • the one and only way to a really health-giving education.
    • really amounts to this, that the sense for the connection
    • this is! The mineral can exist for itself, it can really do
    • What really is the etheric body? Well, if it were possible to
    • People are really very strange. For instance, in the course of
    • methods, really terrible conditions are set up in the
    • people often fall into really frightful trivialities.
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    • nothing else. I came into the family, but nobody really
    • to the fact that I really never found any human being
    • really become a school based on the study of a deep psychology.
    • really be taken into Class 6. In this class however, there are
    • the basis of what makes the children feel that they really
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    • situation as a whole in order really to understand the child,
    • worthy people. The child really requires nothing else than to
    • conception of the world? It really amounts to an admission of
    • discoveries can be made. A really good teacher may be put in
    • demonstration what is really intended and what actually
    • doing we are drawn into really frightful trivialities. I have
    • do not really understand it. All I know is that it is my
    • with the oncoming of puberty; only then are we really capable
    • that what is good does not really please him, neither does what
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    • a philosopher is really indecently naked in regard to the
    • make enough inner effort, so that what he learns may really
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    • University courses. Anyone who really works at sculpture and
    • who has never studied modelling really understands nothing
    • formation. German language is really the language of sculptural
    • bad when one would really like to know what the other man has
    • away from what he really wants to say. And especially it is the
    • imponderable in teaching. For if one really studies a class,
    • So if one really works with the whole class, regarding the
    • really amounts to this. One should seize every opportunity of
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    • really have very little intimate knowledge about the older
    • university I have in mind there was a really significant
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    • something really great must happen: now, because human beings
    • this Waldorf School is really good, we notice this in our
    • anthroposophists. For what is really the most inwardly
    • Well, really, things are not so bad; too much is made of it
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    • all, between the material of knowledge which is really
    • physical in arithmetic, and we are really teaching the soul and
    • radiates what really creates the physical man. If we follow the
    • what he has been told. In this way you really appeal to the
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    • With my analysis in mind you can really see man as a being with three
    • whole person, for the activity of the senses as such is really
    • there are really present an activity which takes place in the
    • You will easily see from this that speech is really built up on
    • understand speech if we really see it as fundamentally anchored
    • sound o is really nothing less than the action of breath
    • and our palate are really intended solely to function as
    • really is that sympathy which is expressed in the
    • by the dictionary is really the worst translating. If in
    • sleeping really mean? The meaning of waking and sleeping is
    • is by 72, the result is again 25,920. Now really you already
    • permeates us, shall we really be able to distinguish rightly.
    • really happens when one human being enters into a relation with
    • external processes are really always the external expression of
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    • are really poles apart, although precisely through their polar
    • the Jewish element is especially disposed to the really musical
    • plastically formative. But they can only really be
    • unity, and the rest of the body, too, the human body is really
    • We ought really only to draw with the consciousness that we are
    • you will gradually realize that the form of nature really
    • to encourage the really musical children to appear in public.
    • really produce music. For it should not be forgotten that all
    • really perfect recitation is one which particularly emphasizes
    • so very prominent in our school-life, and what is really
    • you find what we really call music. You have the distinct
    • this consecration it is really transformed into a kind of
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    • to the reason why they are really there. It is extremely
    • that he really sees almost a kind of higher being in the people
    • how can we really educate the child from the first,
    • What do we really do when we elevate unconscious speech into
    • really learn to listen. In making this activity normal you
    • from their speeches that they have really not heard the whole
    • address a socialistically minded audience, but they really only
    • is really to educate our children so that they take thought
    • they really listen to each other. It is extraordinarily
    • really is. It is much cleverer, of course, than all of us.
    • claim that such outward signs are really characteristic of
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    • D, which should really be
    • have really lost much that might still awaken us to-day to some
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    • far more exactly what the Waldorf School really means than can be
    • who is really one of the Herbartian school.
    • really an extreme symptom of decadence. But that there exist
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    • their ninth year and can really only continue your teaching
    • really grasp it in this artistic description.
    • complex in formation, but it is really only a transformed
    • cuttle-fish, which is really all head and nothing else, can
    • animal cannot be lazy with its arms because it cannot really be
    • that you should never really omit the human being in describing
    • really remained quite unknown, or at least unfruitful in the
    • Letters and Jean Paul's educational doctrines have really
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    • the astral body is only really born as an independent
    • properly and with understanding. For what are you really doing
    • physical process which really occurs in man himself, namely in
    • the same quality, and this understanding does not really emerge
    • years of age, but it ruins human nature, it really un-suits it
    • concepts which can really quite well remain in the unconscious,
    • people, contradictions of this kind, which really torture
    • all this explanation of the telegraph apparatus is really only
    • an object of intellectual consideration. You really do not need
    • it succumbs to gravitation.” But that really means
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    • exclude everything which is really only a burden to the
    • cannot study a foreign language in school without really
    • to find one. This practice with the children really takes you
    • “economy” really is only a benefit to the pupil. It
    • about it at table. But you must really say things which the
    • for if children are really interested in the lesson such life
    • are really not quite sitting. And let us take a delight in the
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    • Here we begin to teach syntax. The child is only really ready
    • You will discover that it gives the children really great
    • really feel the children in front of you like a choir which you
    • work should really be done in the school itself. In a foreign
    • what really happens in life. To have compositions written in a
    • life, is really, in the deepest sense, a monstrosity. We ought
    • does not really belong to this elementary school course. But
    • about what they have really seen, and not practise free
    • for it does not really belong to this stage of childhood.
    • is horrible. For what is really obvious in life should not be
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    • the other subjects ought really in many ways to culminate in
    • of his surroundings. In fact, we really work out with the
    • vividly a little mountain village situated really high up, you
    • teaching of manual skill is really no substitute. And the
    • encourage the child to do things which are really done in life,
    • Geography can really be a vast channel into which everything
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    • specialization is really fearful, and the excess of it in
    • example, certain things should really be respected by the
    • this older tradition are really much better than the later
    • ones. For the modern books which have replaced them are really
    • that it is really ludicrous for anyone to mount a pulpit and
    • the channel of practical life. In fact, no child ought really
    • there should really be no single individual who has not learnt
    • designs of Oriental carpets, all so that the child really has a
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    • world to which it really belongs. Consequently, from this
    • ideal time-table would really have to have other aims than
    • “Wandervögel,” to be taught really
    • we take care, in telling stories, to keep all really long
    • child must feel: when he speaks Greek he really only speaks
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    • curriculum with an attitude of mind which enabled us really to
    • we have really assimilated into our feelings all that we should
    • in still another respect we really need to identify ourselves
    • in teaching a particular thing at the right moment. You really
    • is really contrary to natural feeling. Natural feeling is
    • for that would really be appealing to his egoism. We are not
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    • really well together. Let us be particularly faithful to the
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    • realise what has really happened for him in the transition from a
    • human being is really composed of two members. Before the human being
    • rightly. In this lies the finer characterisation of what we really
    • We, as teachers and educators, cannot really teach the child anything
    • you are. It is really for this reason that we have Spiritual
    • No, the main difference — the one that is really influential in
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    • concepts. Who is there to-day for instance who develops a really clear
    • in them. For indeed, they do not really exist, they are mere images.
    • consciousness will is really a very great enigma. It is the crux of
    • difficult because it has no real content. But what is will really? It
    • seed. Now we must ask: what are the forces that really bring this
    • really owe your cognition to the shining in, the raying in of your
    • bound to the seed condition; it can never really come to completion
    • Blood is really a “very special fluid.” For it is the fluid
    • facts, because the motor-nerves would really be blood-vessels. In
    • lies along the nerve-paths is really extruded, rejected material.
    • Now you will have seen, from what I have here developed, that really
    • head-nerve system does not really lie within the outer brain layer of
    • man really bears the copy of the cosmos in him. The roundly formed
    • and one-sidedly on the building up of the former, then you really
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    • from a misconception of a really great achievement of physical
    • it is completely misunderstood. For he was really concerned with the
    • really only comprehend that part of the world which is perpetually
    • energy and matter really is, in the form in which it is usually
    • conservation of energy and matter, will we attain something really
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    • until the nature of the will is really known that it is possible to
    • The physical body of man is not really more perfect than that of the
    • the soul. This is because in actual practical life the ego really
    • which accompanies our intention? For anyone who can really observe the
    • What did she really want to do? She wanted to return to her host's
    • wish, intention and resolution really are in deeper human
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    • Perhaps it will be clear to you what really happens if you think what
    • is that should really be observed here. On the one hand we have
    • is really feeling. This fact explains a very interesting historical
    • “Meistersinger.” What is Beckmesser really supposed to
    • really the very essence of Wagnerism, namely that tunes should be
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    • simplest kind of willing, for instance walking, you are only really
    • of feeling or felt will. What is this then really from a spiritual
    • obliged to say: A human being is really only awake as long and in so
    • “dreamer” in that you feel. Thus we are really
    • reality childish concepts. For the process really at work is this:
    • dream that you can bear what really happens in your body in the
    • instance, as I have already indicated, you really had to experience
    • really speak of that which the world has laid into their feeling life
    • really experiences in such action, with a greatly dimmed consciousness
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    • Your task is to gain an insight into what the human being really is.
    • full waking consciousness is really only present in
    • All comprehension is really a question of relating one thing to
    • I have stated about the spirit in old age; yet it really is so.
    • really telling us about the feelings which he personally has been able
    • to unite with his ideas and concepts. With the old man, who has really
    • to which of the soul forces is sensation really most closely related?
    • explanation leaves out of account what the nature of sensation really
    • shall recognise that sensation is really of a will nature with some
    • element of feeling nature woven into it. It is not really related to
    • cultivate will and feeling; otherwise we shall really be contradicting
    • he is asleep and can only be really awake in the intervening zone,
    • the opportunity of being really awake. Where the nerves are most
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    • the head region, but that he is really all head: he is principally
    • limb-man is principally limb-man, but really the whole human being is
    • you, you must really lay aside all pedantry, otherwise you may perhaps
    • you will realise that this ego sense really works in a very
    • man really depend? The theorists of the present day say things that
    • disturbs you inwardly; you feel that the man, who is really a similar
    • system. So that I can really call the perception of another a process
    • process is really a process of the will, only we do not recognise it
    • sense of touch, for when you touch anything it is really something
    • senses because the will in them is really sleeping will, the true
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    • Now what does this really mean? What is this dreaming soul? It is more
    • another; I am really looking at one single person who is coming out
    • but you really could not distinguish them from each other, except that
    • must learn from these things what is really necessary in the
    • conclusions should really only hold sway in the fully conscious waking
    • day, then we are really only defining the animal for him. We must try
    • a really living way. If you succeed in giving the child concepts of
    • body, what is it that he really wants to do? He wants to make actual
    • really lives continually in the present, and is interested in what is
    • neglects to make a really living contact with art. For in seeking to
    • from the time he changes his teeth until puberty the child really
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    • only as a fragment of a sphere, so too we really only see in the
    • surface of a sphere. The centre is really everywhere; hence you can
    • rest of our body. We are really a whole world, only what wants to
    • are only the minutest atom of what is really in the limb system of
    • is really a deception, for you are rushing in the train (in a sleeper
    • what only holds good for the head. The Catholic Church is really the
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    • All we have really to do is to develop the limb man and part of the
    • education that we cannot really undertake much with the head. At birth
    • way of his chest and limb systems too, can we really do him any good.
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    • to be the most perfect (we have already seen how the matter really
    • ourselves what really happens through the interplay between the human
    • question: what does the head really do in carrying out its work in
    • continually forming, shaping. Our life really consists in this, that
    • All the shapes which your head really designs in you, you find spread
    • really remains in you? You can look at a human being. Imagine that you
    • merely the lazy-bones on your shoulders, it is that which would really
    • kingdom would suddenly grow up in man. It really could grow there.
    • say that plants can really breathe shows a superficial observation,
    • skeleton and muscles really play in the human life process as a whole?
    • really do? It continually sets itself a peculiar task.
    • the brain and nerves. What is really healing for humanity in this
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    • beyond the chest abdomen system are really the most spiritual thing of
    • really stop working. When a lazy person sleeps it is not because he
    • a lazy person does something. From an external point of view he really
    • read something difficult, and really have to think as we read (not
    • you read with really deep interest — the more you will be
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    • limbs in germ — and is really formed, as we have seen, from
    • least with soul, than is the nose — which, to be sure, really
    • You can now see what human speech really is. Therefore you will not be
    • And we do really appeal to the child's imagination if, for instance,
    • reproduced? Your eye is really a camera obscura, a dark room of this
    • we are, once again, really appealing to the child's imagination. For
    • head itself is really a whole human being with the limbs and chest
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    • us, and it can really only be solved by the view of education which is
    • really should think ourselves only comparatively intelligent. This is
    • puberty that by that time we can really hand him over to freedom, to
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    • child's organism really means. It is just as if we habituated the
    • developed, it really does it. And this is achieved firstly by not
    • really mean it — one can think out the most splendid things in
    • must be avoided. And education will be true when it is really made
    • And only through this slow and gradual learning can one come really to
    • really only be decided by one who is enabled to overlook the whole of
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    • sense, for really one can only organise something which has a
    • been alive to it and have really taken it in. It has reached as far as
    • This is achieved only when one really takes notice of the way things
    • They do not see that children really don't want it. They wave it away,
    • objects; and in the making of these the child really comes to feel
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    • possible really to bring out a child's individual disposition; —
    • organism. Thus the art of eurhythmy is really composed of the
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    • insight of what is really going on in man. Only through adopting the
    • the riddle of the universe. For they say: if it should really happen
    • altogether blame them; the world really would be a boring place if
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    • what we think, feel and so on. This eurythmy really goes on within us.
    • but only as a reinforcement, however. The arm exercise is really the
    • they live in the child's consciousness; so that the child is really
    • the fingers. It is really extremely interesting to study the connection
    • it and write really proper letters. That is something which carries
    • human organization do not snap properly into one another. A really large
    • suited for it. That really must be done if one truly wishes to pursue
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    • had here in front of you a really corpulent person. If a child or grown-up
    • barrel-shaped body at the end — then it is really a barrel that
    • that it is really effective, we will do it so that it lies increasingly
    • as well as you can and as far up as you can. That really hurts. It is
    • This exercise can he really effective only if one has it clone frequently.
    • however. One should really accustom the people with whom one finds it
    • in connection with the “E”-exercise for the feet, by really
    • is effective; the person must really see himself inwardly in the position
    • it is really not the same thing. And so the “M” is that
    • you will make a “H” for us (Miss Wolfram). When you really
    • look at the “H”, when you feel yourself really within this
    • the “M” placed really very close to one another and you have
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    • one expresses by means of the blowing the fact that one really wants
    • the greatest propensity to become obese. That may really be taken as
    • violet in the drawing) and one can really say that in uttering the O
    • pole the tendency to become fat. These things can really be taken
    • etherically speaking, a fat-head — not really a fat-head, but
    • way, really produces conditions leading later on to all kinds of illnesses.
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    • they are quite tired — in these things it is really a matter of
    • of doing the peewit step backwards is something which one should really
    • system. That is something which one really only notices when one considers
    • be something which could really not be done at all.
    • other thing I wish to say today is that I really do not want artistic
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    • digestion is really stimulated in such a manner that through such a
    • which really works on the circulatory system in a beneficial manner.
    • two people in need of a strengthening of the heart; it really is better
    • effect of laughing itself is really very greatly heightened. The curative
    • It becomes capable of greater resistance. People who really have the
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    • really meant only to enlighten, one must have time if one wishes to
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    • and the kidneys begin to sparkle and flash; something is really there
    • shocks, no matter how it is prescribed; it should really be avoided.
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    • in speech. For this reason eurythmy is, artistically, really a sort
    • and one has as a result eurythmy. In this way one is really in the position
    • one can really establish a sort of law: everything which is abnormal
    • the limbs concerned are really contiguous. This being in direct contact
    • in which they focus their eyes on the tip of the nose, really intend
    • really nothing can be achieved with intoxicating simplicity; one can
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    • languages a really fundamental artistic element entered into human
    • with his hands. So that one day I shall really find myself compelled
    • the lips, teeth and palate, is really nothing else than gesture in the
    • such a way that it really carries out those movements which are
    • with our inner being. How few of us really experience wonder,
    • feeling should really come to expression in E.
    • really arise from lack of insight.
    • To-day it would really be possible to come to an understanding of
    • really deep artistic feeling and understanding. A truly artistic
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    • the human being is really related to various foods, one must first be
    • are still all over it. When we eat a potato, we are really eating a
    • body can really take it easy, for all it needs is saliva to soften the
    • strength upon some external thing, I become weak. This is really a
    • then if they can digest the rather coarse bread, it is really the
    • people are really unable to produce their own fat if they have only
    • carefully whether he really will be able to get on without it. If he
    • something that is really judged quite falsely unless it is considered
    • The point is really that one must know how the various substances
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    • head, in such a way that the salt remains salt. It is really not
    • keep himself healthy, it is really necessary to include fruit in his
    • manuring is what will give us really good plant protein.
    • fields was really better. It's no use thinking that one can make
    • But what is really at stake? People pay no attention to it. It is
    • one really wants to participate in life, above all one has to know
    • has drunk very little alcohol; he has lived a really decent life. But
    • everyone becomes afflicted in a different way. That is really so,
    • everything that is carried on in the laboratories, one can't really
    • moment, it is really so, that one must acquire a proper understanding
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    • it is really a musical instrument. Indeed, you can comprehend
    • for the vowels. The sculptural instrument of the body is really dead
    • shape. Yet, it is really shaped out of the spiritual, and only
    • which we must sing. Man, as he stands before us, on earth, is really
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    • the musical element really does not exist in the physical world. It
    • thus actually feel a resonance, a reflection. The ear really hurls
    • really an experience of the whole human being.
    • really strives to lead man back to what he lost in primeval times. In
    • thirds, but if one really wishes to reach the child, musical
    • laut]. In the sound of speech, the concept really cancels out the
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    • does this really mean in relation to the whole musical experience? It
    • does man really approach himself with the musical element.
    • musical element really pervades the whole human being.
    • this. The human being really experiences himself as etheric body in
    • the musical element is as yet quite limited. If it were really to
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    • is really implied here? What am I trying to point out so intensely?
    • the Angeloi, Archangeloi, and Archai; they are really on this side of
    • intervals of thirds, not even fifths. Their musical experience really
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    • A really true idea of the distinct tasks of the several epochs in
    • materialistic thought of today prefers to confine itself. No really
    • as to who were really worthy; each group championed the claims of
    • to acquire knowledge of certain things earlier than is really
    • they really are. In the physical world, all kinds of nonsense is
    • knowledge which they really ought not yet to possess and of which
    • their death really are, it becomes clear that they have been selected,
    • really primary and original but were derivatives; they were
    • culture, to the several branches of science today, really do set to
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    • really happening as the outcome of impulses from the spiritual world.
    • existence of Anthroposophy. It really is the case that one need not be
    • Let us be quite clear about what this really implies. When a man's
    • all at the present time — really acknowledge this one Godhead,
    • crude, they are really only clearly to be perceived when the eyes of
    • soul resembles its own conceptions of itself. This is really an
    • human being must be voluntarily anything that he can be really;
    • Spirits of Darkness strive to counter really effective thoughts by
    • event is appointed in world-evolution. What I really want to bring
    • spoke of such an event — there is nothing really esoteric in the
    • Really that is unintelligible: he states on the one hand that
    • that does not mean that his skill — the skill of a really good
    • ask: What is the good of being able to play chess really well, if the
    • What is really necessary is that a man shall deepen his understanding
    • all. But what is really necessary is that men shall seek for knowledge
    • going on, really ever since this war began, in the way of calumny, of
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    • and thither without being really aware of its direction or goal. In
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    • in the Near East. Whoever really understands these Books of Wisdom
    • to you that a soul without a really developed Ego could be guided
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    • each word as it is really meant can knowledge of the Gospel be acquired.
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    • birth, the part of the human being then born is really his physical
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    • really become one with the wisdom. This is comparable to the seed
    • by bracing mountain air; it may even make him really ill. Just as
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    • science. This is really everywhere the case when efforts — no
    • Nature on the other. Now and then there are really well-meaning
    • understood in a really living way. Spiritual science itself must
    • essential in occultism. When this enables us really to understand
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement: Lecture One: The Homeless Souls
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    • souls. People no longer really appreciate the way in which that
    • newspaper expected, including all the usual goodies. It really became
    • really much more difficult than today. Even if it was less harmful,
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    • intervals. It was really what might be described as a reflection of
    • individuals, were not really alive in the members, but each one had
    • In fact no one saw anyone else as they really were, but rather as
    • talked about but no one really understood. How could they, when they
    • There really was no reason to be terribly enthusiastic about the kind of
    • reason. And this reason can really be understood only if I draw your
    • took on a more real quality. But what he said was no longer really
    • Christianity. Nevertheless, his is not really the appropriate way to
    • Schelling was never properly understood, but that is not really
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    • come to a chapter in tracing our cultural history which is really
    • What we encounter as psychoanalysis today really is dilettantish
    • by rote as they rose through the degrees. They were not really
    • really excellent people who had a thorough interest in everything
    • If we really want to understand our times in order to gain some
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    • years. One need only consider how great the difference really is
    • two. People never really have the opportunity to deal inwardly with
    • specific needs. Time really does progress, and the people of today
    • that their dreams should really reveal more than the physical world.
    • longer really belong to them. Well, there are modern states in which
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    • Judge originated with persons who really had reached a higher stage
    • the world. I do not really want to waste your time with these shallow
    • never really ran at a deficit because we only ever printed
    • with. I believe she never really understood the phenomenon of
    • really represented the beginning of the end for the Theosophical
    • absolutely clear. It was really a matter of supreme indifference
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    • ever acknowledged that the whole thing was not really comprehensible
    • really practical people,
    • experience manage to penetrate a spiritual movement, things really
    • this one has to be a really free human being. Views, thoughts,
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    • The work which was to be done in a scientific direction really
    • on really great impulses.
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    • really felt themselves to be Earth beings. And then they realized the
    • so utterly different that we wonder what we really saw before.
    • really see? — Then we look up at the starry hosts of heaven. To
    • now know what the plant-world really is; it is not to be found on
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    • a deeper insight into the real being of nature. If we really
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    • Latini, appears before us, then for the first time we really
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    • elementary beings who are endowed with form and who really belong to
    • a medium really is. We must of course distinguish between a medium in
    • into them and which in their other aspect really belong to the world
    • consciously into the world where they really belong.
    • that should really be foreign to them; we do not know them in their
    • grammes or a little more. That is really a considerable weight and if
    • everything in the dim, phantom-like shadows that should really be
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    • scientific method. For if people really penetrated to the inner being
    • really exists — in the physical world of course, but
    • us through movement, man as he really is as a being of soul and
    • really one and the same, namely, the emergence from within the dream
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    • are really a travesty of those of natural science. I pointed out that
    • Initiate, for only he knows what they really experience. Hence, if we
    • vision. Only at a further stage does the vision really contact the
    • which we really perceive the spiritual. I must emphasise constantly
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    • of their normal understanding they will begin really to grasp
    • the organs with Initiate-consciousness, we see what really befalls
    • Man appears; we see him as he really is, integrated in the Cosmos.
    • first prepared ourselves to understand Cosmic Man as he really is! It
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    • really felt themselves to be Earth beings. And then they realized the
    • so utterly different that we wonder what we really saw before.
    • really see? — Then we look up at the starry hosts of heaven. To
    • now know what the plant-world really is; it is not to be found on
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    • mineral being and we really begin to feel in ourselves that centre of
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    • a deeper insight into the real being of nature. If we really
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    • Latini, appears before us, then for the first time we really
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    • elementary beings who are endowed with form and who really belong to
    • a medium really is. We must of course distinguish between a medium in
    • into them and which in their other aspect really belong to the world
    • consciously into the world where they really belong.
    • that should really be foreign to them; we do not know them in their
    • grammes or a little more. That is really a considerable weight and if
    • everything in the dim, phantom-like shadows that should really be
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    • scientific method. For if people really penetrated to the inner being
    • really exists — in the physical world of course, but
    • us through movement, man as he really is as a being of soul and
    • really one and the same, namely, the emergence from within the dream
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    • are really a travesty of those of natural science. I pointed out that
    • Initiate, for only he knows what they really experience. Hence, if we
    • vision. Only at a further stage does the vision really contact the
    • which we really perceive the spiritual. I must emphasise constantly
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    • of their normal understanding they will begin really to grasp
    • the organs with Initiate-consciousness, we see what really befalls
    • Man appears; we see him as he really is, integrated in the Cosmos.
    • first prepared ourselves to understand Cosmic Man as he really is! It
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    • initiation, really to let modern civilisation affect them in
    • through the machinery, for they really were inside the moving
    • etheric body really is as though your physical body were
    • I really do
    • particularly difficult for him really to develop those inner
    • an effort of the soul, a really hard effort.
    • to develop your soul forces and really penetrate into
    • during ordinary daily life, for spiritual science really does
    • mere acceptance in thought passes over into seeing and really
    • being in the spiritual world. However, the really modern
    • is around them. For this to happen, however, we must really
    • Yet really, how many people are there in a town environment
    • himself, really comes to expression in himself; he had a
    • connection with spirituality in language still really existed
    • this, because nowadays human beings really only live in the
    • human character. One can really say that when human
    • is meant to be the very first step, really and truly the very
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    • knowledge of what is really going on within him; but what
    • a mere theory; it really happens.
    • third really corresponds to the incorporation of the astral
    • was alive in men in ancient times, really alive. And in
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    • work or enjoying leisure, the human being is really for the
    • art of course), the human being really lifts himself not only
    • sculpture that really stand before our physical eyes as the
    • from the building as something rendered harmless. It really
    • achieving a profound inner transformation nobody can really
    • movement, really igniting within himself the spark that leads
    • can appear among us who really find their way out of their
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    • elements and enters into what these elements really are when
    • We are really and truly taken up again into the life of the
    • For it really is like that. The threefold nature of man,
    • time in modern civilisation. People will only really
    • is drawing to a close. In many respects it can really be
    • can speak of this season really being comparable to the
    • spirituality again. During these centuries mankind was really
    • That really was so. And humanity has not yet woken up!
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    • attach more and more importance to really noticing a symbol
    • realise again that reading the star script really has a
    • however, cannot really fully take place unless it enters
    • that an attempt has been made in these Mystery Plays really
    • spiritual world this way, you will feel that you were really
    • a friend helped him up. The accused really had been
    • really points where the consciousness is suppressed so that
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    • concepts we carry round with us. But if we really do
    • really come about when the world comes alive with spiritual
    • and it really was what one might call a karmic happening, for
    • conceals what is within. Now if we really want to feel the
    • domes should really appear to us as a kind of reflected image
    • really finished, no one will be able to understand what he
    • children's naughtiness. There really is an educational force
    • you really have to absorb spiritual science, so that you are
    • to sleep. Some of them really listened. Then there was
    • on the stage it is not really the kind of art you can enjoy,
    • reached the age of fifty, old age in fact, I do not really
    • matters. What really counts is what is right there. Fifteen
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    • science can make on your outlook on life, and that it really
    • more and more feel the need really to concentrate their
    • really seriously. If he has only a small mishap that hurts
    • the idea of karma seriously, we must really recognise our ego
    • difficult really to acquire the attitude that one's own ego
    • there, for the moments when we really want to be able to live
    • We can really
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    • We really
    • them. So if one of these side wings really has to be puffed
    • it, it really belongs, and this has been included in the
    • have really observed it clairvoyantly, that the physical also
    • upwards, but the etheric part is really caught by these twigs
    • really making the inner essence the principle according to
    • incentive for really acquiring imagination, inspiration and
    • in him is still asleep. What we feel as our will is really
    • really help humanity forward today. Both of them were right
    • fancy they have something really special if they have a few
    • principles in their favour, and without really giving their
    • objectively and impartially, so that we really know what they
    • them. Sometimes we cannot combat them until we have really
    • hearts. For the salvation of mankind's future progress really
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    • Now man is really a very, very complicated being. If
    • be made out of what we then have before us is really just as great a
    • were really in control as long as he was living.
    • produce the human race. This is something really everyone can realize
    • early, and a little experiment is made to show that everything really
    • really the descendants of the Sun condition.
    • animals, but he existed earlier, and the animals really developed
    • element in the mother's body, and it looks really like a tiny fish!
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    • as yet no really solid mineral structures. Now you must not imagine
    • like joints. They were really quite ingenious joints, and in between,
    • gliding creatures (for they were not really walking and not really
    • nothing of it; they were mere feeding-creatures, were really only an
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    • compare it really — as you have seen — with what one has
    • When you really examine the earth, here you have one
    • really developed. And then it simply becomes clear that there was a
    • could really travel to a star, they would be amazed to find it
    • such things that anthroposophy really wants to work in collaboration
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    • extent these conceptions are really false and cannot stand up in face
    • really sinister for mankind. The last accounts of mighty earth
    • more liquid man becomes and the more he is really a soft jelly-like
    • mammals really descended from him, from these human forms in which
    • the following: Imagine a really clever man who has a small son. This
    • skillfully animals living at that time. Today people are really
    • far back and have found human beings who really consisted only of
    • already arrived at a stage when man was really quite spiritual. And
    • out into the blood. What really becomes of that piece of bread? Now
    • notice that really everything you take into yourself continually
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    • Europe at that time there was actually a really huge sea. These
    • When we took around us in Europe we can really say: Ten, twelve or
    • they don't really feel comfortable about laws and must always have
    • really be called simple; indeed, we are unhappy when our children
    • the one sitting right at the back has a really small head, a really
    • You see that here is a culture that is really spiritual
    • in a certain sense — and really ancient, that goes back to ten
    • purely European. The following, for example, really happened. The
    • recites the words to start the broom working. The broom gets really
    • without light and shade or perspective. That is really the way they
    • Burle would really have been there in the picture!
    • Really, if you look at Herr Burle, you see only one head. If you're
    • tasted things that were still outside them. They could really feel
    • imagine him to be really sour as vinegar is sour. But for the Chinese
    • been possible for these twenty or thirty livers really to have come
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    • one wants to understand how the human being is really related to
    • really eating a piece of swollen, enlarged stem. It only appears to
    • carrots, my body can really take it easy, for all it needs is saliva
    • This is really a secret of human physiology: that if I chop wood, if
    • bread, it is really the healthiest food for them. They must first
    • build his own fat. Most people are really unable to produce their own
    • must consider carefully whether he really will be able to get on
    • animals! So protein is something that is really judged quite falsely
    • The point is really that one must know how the various
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    • the salt remains salt. It is really not changed except that it is
    • to us. If a person wants to keep himself healthy, it is really
    • properly. Yes, proper manuring is what will give us really good plant
    • came out of the fields was really better. It's no use thinking that
    • But what is really at stake? People pay no attention to
    • is finally this: that if one really wants to participate in life,
    • really decent life. But in his earlier years he did eat rather a lot
    • way. That is really so, gentlemen. And it shouldn't surprise anyone.
    • laboratories, one can't really pursue pure science.
    • interesting us at this moment, it is really so, that one must acquire
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    • small child, really a baby — and as its nurse, taking care of
    • the social problem. If people really succeed in having apes look
    • but we should consider whether we really have cause to be so; for
    • Now I don't suppose you really think that if you take a
    • become more and more savage. Men will really destroy one another as
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    • attracted to certain forces. When you pick a violet, you really only
    • regions — but everywhere, really; one only has to observe
    • is really all nose, a very, very delicate nose. The violet is
    • really all nose — but a delicate nose, inhaling the cosmic
    • to the earth. And the human nose, gentlemen — that's really a
    • occurs to us that our own strange noses really derive from the
    • do things that they should really be able to do quite easily. For
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    • arising from them do not really amount to very much. It is
    • inwardly. Until about our thirtieth year we do really “increase”;
    • said that the plants really do come into being out of the scent of
    • mountains. It is on mountains that really hard stone is to be found —
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    • mountain that we can really speak of snow and ice on a very large
    • interest! We forget what happens — it is really so! The
    • phosphorescence of Venus. Their eyes were really better in those
    • a casual way the things I do tell you, you really wouldn't have to
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    • is a globe! I will explain to you what the earth really Is. It is
    • especially to a study of star constellations and whether they really
    • earth were really molten inside then something else would not be in
    • one sees that it is really an incompletely fastened tetrahedron,
    • something that really looked like a little moon. And so when one
    • really a tetrahedron, — well, if one has been obliged to study
    • for it is regular! You can infer from this that there is really
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    • is a necessity, because nothing in the world can really be understood
    • it presents them — cannot really be understood. Nor will they
    • reckoning this was quite correct. And it really would not do to put
    • science can really prosper.
    • Marx, does one really get at the right and proper wage for labor? The
    • people will discover how things really are. And they will find proper
    • as they really should be educated. Upon that, very much, very much
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    • to bits of the earlier knowledge, nothing is really known about the
    • capable of really achieving something.
    • knowledge is incapable of really effective intervention in life; it
    • it can be said that we really see only the body.
    • body. But that kind of thinking does not hold water if one really
    • But now the really important fact is that when we take
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    • being really is.
    • to this question — what the essential being of man really is.
    • students, something in their souls really was aroused. Today the human soul
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    • gate of death, we see what the laws that govern the physical body really are.
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    • is really due. For this genuflection opens the door to a force which seeks to
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    • of learning to write. What really happens before the moment when we are able
    • poet; but the only really great men are those, whose work derives from the
    • earnestly striving for truth, shows how difficult the path to truth really
    • noticed that a man who devotes himself for a decade to knowledge of a really
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    • these forces and really penetrate into the spiritual world, how can we be
    • intermediate stages: for example, play. Play, when it really is play, is the
    • level, at the old standpoint. But let us suppose a case where a person really
    • humility at the feet of his God, while really he is being played on by the
    • but they are really no different from us. With us, the light waves dance;
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    • example and that he really means: Placed upon the summit of Nature, man
    • calling, in spite of the claims of duty. What, then, does he really want? We
    • the part about Mignon was an episode which did not really belong to the story.
    • Meister's Ego really had to find its way through the various labyrinths of
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    • they really are: the outcome of spiritual-scientific research.
    • may well ask. Is it really science that compels us to reject spiritual
    • that there were times when people really believed — however crazy it
    • of superstition — which is really a misunderstood popular belief and
    • meaning it merely as an analogy — that he really regarded the solid
    • really not so difficult! Anyone who seeks to understand the song that
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    • are really only constituted of consonants. And then the human being inserts
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    • the trivialities that surround the subject which he really wants to get them
    • of appeal to the emotions is really an appeal to human selfishness. All these
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    • our next life, then we should really permit all illness to end in death and
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    • example, that someone is prone to the error — and this really does
    • acts quite systematically, choosing every step it takes. There really is a
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    • woke up I really ran away, abandoning all my achievements. I
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    • That was really — if I may express it so —
    • was really bound to the three bodies of Jesus. That means that
    • really Christ, was so modest that he looked ordinary. In this
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    • over here in Europe at that time there was actually a really huge
    • has been preserved. When we look around us in Europe we can really
    • us, reading and writing can really be called quite simple; indeed we
    • have a culture which in a certain sense is really spiritual — a
    • once really happened. The Japanese were to have steamships and saw no
    • perspective. That is really the way they painted him. Thus, if a
    • painted Mr. B., then Mr. B. would really have been there in the picture!
    • really put himself into things and was quite familiar with what was
    • mean it figuratively; we do not imagine him really to be sour in the
    • possible for these 20 or 30 livers really to have come into being!
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    • really succeed in making apes look after children, we shall be
    • all our inventions, but we should consider whether we really have
    • can really think that if you take a piece of wood, a few strings and
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    • and when you begin really to think this out rightly, you will reach
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    • has not yet come when one could really apply these things in
    • as nectar in the plants. They really only gather the nectar, and then
    • special little vessel is, I should like to say, a really great
    • the Sun-development; they do not really pass out of it to the earth.
    • flight which really needs the Sun? In had weather it cannot take
    • some doubt, for it needs exact study. Nevertheless, it really is so.
    • that the sting is really a tube in which a kind of piston moves up
    • it is through this gradual weakening of the nerves, that man really
    • He does not make them worse all at once, for it is really so that
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    • can really say is, that given a certain substance it produces an
    • article is really concerned with is effects of a chemical nature.
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    • — those really significant elements — increasing from 55%
    • has done in her practical work is really admirable. But when she
    • begins to think it all over on scientific lines, the result is really
    • effects of honey-treatments really rest. You see, these experiments show
    • milk that is good. Excellent results can be obtained with really old
    • was really wise. In the ancient saying: — “This is a land
    • observes — and one must really observe in the right way, and with a true
    • which man really needs, for man must have those six-cornered spaces
    • this is well-known, and one should really insist on making these things
    • be considered that it will really be worth our while to discuss these
    • but I am really eager to know what you will have to say about them.
    • stamped its foot at nine. Really remarkable and not inconsiderable
    • then one begins to understand that things really are so, and can bring
    • has really come to light from these old peasant rules that has sound reason,
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    • whole stock of bees will die out. I really cannot understand what Dr.
    • will tell us to what extent a bee-sting may be really dangerous.
    • really always tell us that things ought to be different But the most
    • idea that honey is something so precious that one cannot really pay
    • really give. In this way the farm can obviously become exceedingly
    • It is really so,
    • external evidence what bee-keeping really was when the bee was still
    • mostly work today. For this reason we really have to say that here
    • really to be able to enjoy a little honey — that is, not only to
    • then he is really ill, much more so than when he cannot digest honey.
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    • really able to observe these people who eat the honey-comb, thus the
    • had really many good instincts: he did many things without being able
    • plants, and in absorbing it, transforms it. This is really an
    • move with the times; but what really matters is that while we leave
    • care should really be taken today not to grow plants for the bees
    • honey-making process of the bees. It is something so really wonderful
    • really play a far greater part in the nourishment of men and women
    • wasps, now happens outwardly, and it becomes clear what it really is
    • with their waxen combs really show us a kind of artistically formed tree-trunk
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    • artificial breathing really always means that one is trying to bring
    • the juices that are exuded primarily by the aphids:. This is really
    • leaf, namely, the aphis. These are really noble creatures, (forgive
    • absolutely all blossom; it is really the finest honey in the world.
    • is really most interesting. When you go into a village you see a row
    • milked by the ant. It is really just like a cow, only the cow must be
    • and are well cared for, so that we really must say it is quite
    • what is no longer the sap of the plant. There is really a very great
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    • from this fact, we can really learn a very great deal about the whole
    • One has really
    • and the ants work further upon them. What then is really happening
    • wasp lays its eggs into the caterpillar, it is really very remarkable. As
    • and there are a great number of them in the caterpillar. It is really
    • scientific discovery had been made, quite in the modern way. It was really
    • This is really absurd, but it is a learned affair today. For if water
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    • the bee is really not that it produces honey but, that it produces
    • Nature are extremely wisely made, and one must really say that there
    • But all of you, as many as are sitting here, are really yourselves a
    • which externally, would seem similar. One must know what is really
    • him no good at all. What then is the matter? It really has not helped
    • beside a dying man one really has the feeling that in dying, he first tries
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    • question of] a discussion of what is necessary in order really
    • difficult to spread the insight that this activity is really
    • But what then is really present during reading so that we are
    • It is really a
    • understand quite clearly what is really stirring in the soul
    • matter of recognizing what is really active in the listener.
    • thoughts or will impulses — one must really be a kind
    • although thoughts do not really interest our listeners, and
    • whole lecture is something which can never lead to a really
    • if I may say so, then one does not do something really good
    • really “tuned up” when one delivers one's
    • freely, — but the introduction is really there for the
    • really have for every lecture is this — that one has
    • lecture, if one is a genuine lecturer, one should really
    • most, five — sentences. Thus, a lecture should really
    • really always think. And one will thus surely, without doubt,
    • close to them, so to speak; that one really avoid anything
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    • of Anthroposophy, and must really be thought of as arising
    • and so on. Such questions are really put in abundance to any
    • remaining educational institutions, without people really
    • still have it today, rests on the tradition which really goes
    • phase — professors who really continued to live on as
    • task: to speak beautifully. Hence, one can really only learn
    • beautifully to the point that one really regarded singing,
    • about cognition: Truth is something that really doesn't
    • does not set up the concept of God; it is really good to
    • really has a soul. That could be discussed to the end of the
    • are so earnest, so important, that we really should speak
    • had genuine capacities which really did not become human at
    • work of art? It is such that a single finite object really
    • The word is so handled that one really feels each word as
    • spirit can really lead its own life over and above the single
    • really lives among people — one must only let it come
    • good speaking? — It is rather a matter of our really
    • one perceived from her that this was really thought of as
    • somehow, these were really meant.
    • lives — because the spirit can really lead its own life over
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    • really be understood. This or that may appeal to the listener
    • really count on being understood. Allowing the whole lecture
    • the composition of such a lecture is really given through the
    • should really always sense to whom one has to speak, before
    • should really combat through the whole manner of our bearing.
    • lecture is really in vain which is given in this sense and to
    • really not spoken at all, but as though someone or other had
    • That is really how you are confronted! The persons concerned
    • say: Well, the lecturer really told us nothing new! —
    • realize that by saying this he really implied that while he felt
    • are really important, we must avail ourselves of concepts based on
    • significant is that it is not really Lessing who is being dealt with
    • I am really not drawing
    • profession. I must admit I was really delighted, actually moved,
    • page in the words, “In God's Name,” is really pure
    • spiritual life and substance, then this really is ideology. In this
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    • state, is really a chaotic union of the spiritual elements of human
    • beginning, in the final analysis the really effective way would be if
    • desperate, for it doesn't really move him at all, for it
    • democracy! In short, one really has the feeling that people in
    • system like that of Switzerland is really something quite special. It
    • politics. That doesn't really exist. But this makes it evident that
    • other European countries, was really stopped by the Swiss mountains
    • who wants to lecture in Switzerland should really try hard to fully
    • area, where rights should really develop. Rights should develop from
    • really experienced between person and person is based on
    • but according to life, the spiritual, cultural life must really be
    • public cultural life really stands under the influence of this
    • ladies. The whole arrangement was really for the purpose of the
    • actors, who always had a clown among them, sometimes presented really
    • are really cut like a well-fitting formal suit; that must confront
    • really in the wrong place if it finds itself in a lecture hall
    • couldn't be sure whether it was really the truth or whether Dessoir,
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    • make it plausible that an individual person really knows
    • catch-phrases readily give one the opportinity to really
    • fulfilment. Now one should really make an effort to execute
    • it is really necessary that, in a certain sense, we tear
    • not really present with anything but the hand in writing.
    • really writing with the hand, as it were, but with the eye;
    • lesser degree: one really acts like one does when sketching,
    • really have a sort of experience of your words. Then,
    • speechorgans — instead one really lives, in speaking,
    • kidney, and so forth. It is really a matter of having to draw
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    • exhalation — if it is a question — is really only
    • really form the breath; it doesn't set it going in varied
    • really wants to say. This has to be said in such a way that
    • of tone is really a gentle fainting, so that it is necessary
    • listening, you will direct your attention to how really good
    • appropriate in a debate and yet really have no lasting
    • was really talking about. I have gone all around asking what
    • of heightening the vividness so that the listener can really
    • outside with the ear, but the speech of men is really heard
    • speech. With human speech, it is really the innermost part of
    • time, an arousal of the really deeper interest for the events
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    • of the twentieth century is really very similar — the impression
    • is really happening below the surface of civilised life, who realise
    • Spencer. Karl Marx has really given up the belief that it is possible
    • simply sets out to organise the masses. And there is really no difference
    • really lost the vital meaning once attaching to them, and above all
    • to us in the form of tradition do not, nor can they ever make it really
    • prayer cannot really be translated literally into our modern language,
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    • We learn how really to study
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    • today a really clear idea of the reasons why one feels so
    • from any really intimate contact with the soul of the other,
    • really do when we bring order into the sense-perceptible
    • really in us that brings about these lawful connections
    • what it really is in its inner being, so what we are
    • experience in the outer world and these pictures really have
    • What really
    • phenomenon is represented in terms of a formula, what really
    • have we done? What really is the content of our soul when
    • to what is really out there; it lacks reality, it lacks the
    • really experience what goes on in one's soul when one makes
    • what really happens in a man when he does mathematics or
    • can really happen if only we bring good will to the
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    • is not really involved when we look only at these two
    • depth perception with our two eyes. What is it really that
    • really only feel the symmetry through the delicate process of
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    • really stand, is this: that the natural world around us, just
    • experience for us if we really enact this act of
    • why we really know that when we work in mathematics we are in
    • think mathematically, what is really the content of our soul?
    • descriptive way, even though it must really be regarded as a
    • really takes place in our organism? If one insists on a
    • imaginative cognition we do not really recognize —
    • accepted by today's science. If we really approach existence
    • trained: then this, as experience has shown, is really due to
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    • in the earthly world really is. The picture we receive allows
    • such a way that this comparison with a mirror really holds
    • is really in a realm of imagery, a realm that means nothing
    • really there. We find ourselves living and weaving in a
    • really feel it.
    • organizing power. In short, we experience what is really
    • process of becoming. It is really one large sense organ in
    • described to you in a very few words is really acquired over
    • consciousness by voluntary effort. The soul must really exert
    • development of enhanced forgetting is really necessary for
    • life. If we want to be honest about what is really taking
    • What is really important is to ask: How will nature reveal
    • new existence flows toward us. And it is really so. Up to
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    • really possible to understand a particular human sense when
    • psychology text books, are really only applicable to the
    • interested in clairvoyant research. But there really is an
    • formations. But we do not really grasp them unless we
    • anthroposophical point of view only if one is really familiar
    • ultimately seek, because what we are really looking for is
    • curve. With our analytic equation, we never really enter the
    • know, we don't calculate, we really only deal with the
    • can do it; but we cannot really. However, projective geometry
    • geometry it is really possible. When we move out of mere
    • you will see how wide open the doors really are for spiritual
    • move on to reality, then we cannot really say: We are only
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    • auto-suggestion, or are really living in that attitude of
    • human organism. The memory is really dependent on our human
    • really do? Normally our organism takes over the mental
    • penetrate further for what really lies behind the b.
    • is really pictorial. We can remember, for instance, that as
    • Our memories take on the quality of being really objective,
    • psychopaths of various kinds. It really: is the exact
    • really learn here?
    • him: Yes, that is really what one sees when one comes to an
    • inner vision of the liver or the kidneys. It is really so.
    • nervous system an external pictorial form of what is really
    • total of many inner experiences that are really a cognitive
    • — crossing itself. This crossing point is really a
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    • must be continued in such a way that one really forgets
    • really be called a perception of the spiritual aspect of the
    • jutting in, a really essential penetration of the outer world
    • system really is. This is a difficult process of knowledge.
    • It is a process that can really never be completed, because
    • whereby the outer sense-perceptible world is really
    • has developed further, to the point it is really capable of
    • is really experienced in inspired imagination. The knowledge
    • others were really precursors of what we call history in the
    • I would really like to know what would have been recorded as
    • as, for instance, Dante. There really is a problem here, and
    • our soul, really to try to know him inwardly. We would also
    • spiritual powers are really at work. Under these
    • within us. It would really be a miracle if, for instance, one
    • history is really a very similar process in the spiritual
    • experienced inwardly, it really calls for something more.
    • many respects, really related to questions. The important
    • science has given us recently is really in large measure no
    • that for someone who really experiences modern science and
    • really happening when we feel the necessity for a form of
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    • It is really
    • impulses can come to life in us and become really socially
    • attempted something else, but it is really still too much in
    • But really, the burden of proof lies with the one who makes
    • that we have so few coworkers who can really stand their
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    • these workers' meetings, who really knew the development of modern thought,
    • really observed it for the first time, he said: “But father, how
    • beyond what really exists within the world. One simply cannot come to
    • laws. For it really is a remarkable fact,a fact worthy of our consideration:
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    • One really must have
    • this inner “mathematicizing.” One really must have had the
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    • If you really study this
    • of association for what it really is and then learn to lead it over
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    • human existence. If we really bear the faculty of memory out into the
    • and social impulses as really can buoy up an age so rapidly sinking
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    • because it will help you to understand what I really mean.
    • whoever really experiences and can permeate with a full sense of
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    • in the process of such mental exertion. Anyone who has really worked
    • philosophers who maintain this have never really studied mathematics
    • as elaboration of phenomena. If one has really striven not to allow
    • St. Theresa, and the others is really only what is smelt, tasted, and
    • of the will and also of exhalation. Anybody who really studies
    • really live to the great benefit of future human evolution.
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    • year's course, so that it will really complement it and
    • really are that can be used as remedies, and to show how a
    • science if we really wish to understand man's relation to his
    • physical head process, however, we really have a duality, a
    • really an earth process in the human being. The other
    • spiritual investigator studying the human head really wishes
    • what is really the same process but now regarded in its
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    • bear this in mind, for the human being is really a different
    • really be studied, and we will see today that a conception to
    • is the life ether, a special kind of ether that is really the
    • the human in the same way as we draw him is really a most
    • is a human being really?” In so far as he is physical,
    • these processes that really exist are simply overlooked
    • nutritive process, no really effective nutritive process, can
    • pure form. But it is really a failure of nutrition. Thus the
    • arsenic outwardly, one really sees the end of a process in
    • being. Therefore one never really knows something as
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    • illness arises are not really present in these organs
    • spoken of as “epidemics.” This concept is really
    • materialistic frame of mind. It really is so that hasty
    • never really the cause of illness; they only indicate that
    • and magnetism should really be studied more profoundly in
    • — it is possible to be convinced that he has really
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    • There must really be no fanaticism of any kind in medical art
    • overlooked. The ego dwelling in the human organism really
    • so they just circumvent them. It is the ego alone that really
    • organism from below upward. This danger is really very great
    • complicated process we are dealing with here. We can really
    • said then. We have to ask ourselves, “What really is a
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    • external is really only a sign that irregular astral currents
    • pathological-therapeutic study are really interconnected in a
    • corpuscles are not really little globules but are essentially
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    • really being organs of respiration. All those organs that are
    • activity and in the heart organ we really have the most
    • purely theoretical reasons — is really due to man's being
    • however, that sources of error are everywhere, and one really
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    • it is possible really to describe what is taking place in the
    • to be produced. You see, one must really pursue the processes
    • infusion. The forces that we really need are made
    • especially upon the head organization. What is it that really
    • in both cases is really no more than the restitution of the
    • Salts, which are really mineral remedies, produce effects
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    • corporeally. These symptoms include failure of the voice,
    • what is really taking place in the human being.
    • interpretation, for I am really not concerned with simply
    • For this reason it is really absurd to look for a genetic
    • led to see that such conditions can really be opposed
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    • consolidation process spiritualizing itself — really
    • not satisfied if one tells them: you have really painted
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    • into life and become people who are really ready for life. If we work
    • learning. But that is not really true; there is no greater joy than
    • satisfied heart, because I really have received the most beautiful
    • of this school. It was the really good spirit, the good and unifying
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    • knowledge which really lies only in the province of the physicist. In
    • Any one who, like Goethe, really lives in art, can never doubt that
    • what we perceive as a coloured world really exists only for our senses,
    • the quality of colour, they really have only the subjective impression
    • out, there is really nothing further from the content of our real
    • Suppose we really wish to produce the sensation of a green surface in
    • say: That is really nonsense, an impossible case. I should really have
    • they produce something in the meadow which it is really impossible to
    • coloured figures have really no special conditions; they do not disturb
    • cannot think of them in repose. They must really be running about. If
    • is this etheric body which really lives in the plant; but the etheric
    • really as though we simply made an image of something; in the
    • greenness withdrawn from the etheric we have really only an image of
    • really find in greenness the image of the plant. While we ascribe the
    • If a man really tries to imagine himself inwardly ensouled, and thinks
    • constitutional humour in a green person and in one who has a really
    • flesh-colour we have before us the image of the soul, really the image
    • human flesh-colour. We do not really find it in external objects. What
    • greenish. There is an inward entity which really presents itself in
    • really perceive light? We should not perceive colours at all if we were
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    • of reproducing this shade of colour. For one could really reproduce it
    • fall on them the beam of red. One would really have to produce a
    • for this reason the majority of portraits are really only masks,
    • with our artistic sense. Peach-colour can be represented really only as
    • is, the painter really responds to them, if he paints in accordance
    • his colour and paints in his picture what the soul really must want if
    • What happens when you let the red really influence your soul? You say,
    • itself. Lilac, peach-colour, flesh-colour, do not really assert
    • really not be represented at all except in a state of movement. White
    • only say: In receiving the impression of yellow, I am really so moved
    • us gay; but being gay means, really, being filled with a greater
    • inter-action, and you see that we really have to go to colour if we
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    • is to be understood really only in movement. So that green is the most
    • colour-matter, and with something that is really a fluid element. And
    • What lies behind it is different. Landscape painting arises really at
    • darker than they really are. You must make a green surface, in any
    • colour in this way in image-character, rather darker than it really is,
    • a plant really is. You have to paint a glow over the image; and
    • colour-composition, etc. Then you succeed really in painting on the
    • which means that the painter, if he paints still-life, must really
    • really never absorbed by the material body, but lives in it, and must
    • to be found in luster. The pictorial really more nearly approaches the
    • pictorial. When we paint a man, we can really paint only our thoughts
    • say to oneself: this ought really to be shaded off; I transform it
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    • Schopenhauer's there is a tendency which really suits the oriental,
    • But really every such method of observation can be judged only if
    • head is really the result, the metamorphosed result of the previous
    • suggestive to you, if you wish to make use of it, if you really
    • Now the thought that is in us is really a survival from earlier times,
    • When someone like Hegel regards the world, he really looks at the
    • becomes beautiful. The Greeks, who were really people of innate human
    • world becomes luminous. So that it is really beauty which is created
    • to believe that man is really a being of will. Had Schopenhauer been
    • those who only toy with Mysticism and really only strive after a
    • of a tree, who has really no joy in the magnificence of its flower,
    • blossom, you are really living on the past. You look at nature in
    • world in feeling, and it was in this way that Goethe really pondered
    • ought really to draw the whole thing so that one says: You have the
    • does work in our heads is really the light that surrounds us. And we
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    • cultivate an enthusiasm for an outlook on life which really does
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    • and counting really constitutes the physical. We would not describe a
    • and with this alone the physicist really wants to be concerned. Of
    • so on. One could really say that the modern physicist cannot make head
    • pick it up; only then is it really a thing, otherwise it might be an
    • the raindrop as the reality; and then they draw lines which really
    • really only a slight jump from dreaming to living in beauty. And only
    • In Greece one still had the feeling that one cannot really make the
    • this man really, about whom science tells us? He lies the whole time
    • really of himself nothing. He is the product of the oxygen in the air,
    • really — so ends this materialistic description pathetically — a
    • really is, as pictured thus by the materialist, he turns out to be a
    • Reality through consideration of weight, i.e. of that which really
    • tried to show you how the summons is to be found everywhere really to
    • says: if the world really is as we imagine it — i.e. as he imagined
    • it in the sense of the nineteenth century — then we really must
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    • Dante lived in a full, rich culture, one which was really alive in
    • artist became a kind of cultural hermit who was really dependent only
    • one is solving artistic problems, one is solving really for the most
    • only what is outside. And we really do live at a time when a
    • course be the worse way — but that we really discover what actually
    • if it is to be pursued beyond theory. And there is really no need for
    • mind, one must say to oneself: what is really being described here?
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    • health of man which is really endowed by the soul. And we feel that
    • I have really completed a circle by saying this, for observe how I had
    • Thus, having passed beyond dead thought, one really arrives at the
    • in all of them that at the time they really lived in this way in
    • inherent in the colour. Then one really releases matter, whereas in
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    • being feels the warmth psychically, there really is present what you
    • was understood to mean really Cherubim, Seraphim and Thrones. That was
    • is Sun. In the thirteenth and twelfth centuries one would really have
    • In order to speak in the sense of this Newtonian theory, it is really
    • by the physicists as a fool. But it was not really the case that
    • beings exist in this watery element which are really a kind of copy of
    • Such things as I have now explained to you were really the axioms of
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    • documents. Just think what is really known of ancient Greek
    • really can do nothing but conceal the truth, as we saw in the
    • in the manner indicated and in many other ways, we really
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    • acquire a really comprehensive view of the evolution of
    • essential, we really survey the outer world. If we are to
    • culture produce when it is really great?
    • understand what really ought to be understood — the
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    • brought about by history, and Austrian life really consists
    • wants really to understand and not merely to judge according
    • matters are really to be understood, we must bear in mind the
    • intensely individualistic world-outlook of really great
    • two motifs, although what they really indicate was but little
    • wars the Germans have waged and will wage, the really
    • really originate from these States themselves but has been
    • the founding of the German Reich. It was really consolidated
    • Science to their hearts and are really steeped in it there
    • different, if they were to be really expressive. One cannot
    • extraordinarily interesting. One who is really conversant
    • and it is necessary to know this — and really gets to
    • Devil says to Ivan Karamazov? Who could reallyunderstand what
    • facts when they want to think or speak?” Do they really
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    • Really,
    • If we really
    • course a matter of really sinking oneself in the character of
    • and we know for the first time what feeling really is. This
    • can be achieved in many other ways too, but we do really begin
    • about. He is conscious of it, but only when he is really
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    • himself: I really can make nothing of it — and
    • One cannot really count what is attached to some object, and
    • certainly not have produced anything really artistic, not to
    • brilliantly coloured, we really paint the whole universe as
    • really penetrate into the surging world of colour, the result
    • Europeans really live under the delusion that they still know
    • Let us grasp what this word really implies. The idea of
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    • really become one of ultilitarianism and the artistic element
    • the decoration something that is really the whole column. Now
    • acanthus leaf has really been a source of joy to me, for it
    • really to penetrate to the essence of art after I had myself
    • Rigl hit upon certain thoughts which are really in line with
    • what is really there in the palmette is the Sun-motif. In the
    • seems as though men have never really understood the later
    • my dear friends, we shall understand what really underlies
    • eliminated from our Movement we shall really come to
    • out the form which really corresponds to it. Therefore I at
    • He was really very insistent. But when you see the windows
    • really constructed — forgive this analogy —
    • naturalism, the principle of imitation, really dominates the
    • reproduce nature by pure imitation. It really was enough to
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    • led here!’ Do we really deserve so sacred a framework
    • are really creations of architectural genius. Yet they all
    • God. Gothic architecture is really only a branch of what was
    • are really crystallised handicraft.
    • pass over what came next, for it really amounted to a revival
    • only give you an indication of what I really have in mind. A
    • trying to form a conception of what relief really is. But the
    • the kind of conceptions that must inspire us if we are really
    • I have said that those who really understand our building fully
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    • means of further study, really to become one with what is to
    • forms. And the characteristic of really living feeling is the
    • world. If we really live into the form of the second
    • who really understand it, to great profundities.
    • seems beautiful, what does this really imply? It implies that
    • but in the inner sense there is really one line, and when we
    • multiplication process has really three different forms.
    • something very remarkable indeed. When we really try to
    • and Johannes Thomasius in the Mystery Plays are really one
    • enters the world, is really a highly complicated being. When
    • prayer contains, who really understand the living development
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    • another perception. What is really happening to us when we
    • which must be ours if we are really to understand the
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    • within. This, however, is really nothing but egotism. From
    • it necessary to express anything in definite forms? We really
    • confidence is felt in it. The person is faced by what really
    • really connected with art itself — to wit,
    • or the like and are of no importance when we really penetrate
    • manner that really concerns the creative artists, while the
    • instance, if the flow of the colour really lives — if
    • be the very opposite way of going to work) we really discover
    • begin to realise — if we really believe in colour
    • blue really live and move, we should indeed inwardly flow
    • will really be able to fathom what lives in the world of form
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    • question of] a discussion of what is necessary in order really
    • difficult to spread the insight that this activity is really
    • But what then is really present during reading so that we are
    • It is really a
    • understand quite clearly what is really stirring in the soul
    • matter of recognizing what is really active in the listener.
    • thoughts or will impulses — one must really be a kind
    • although thoughts do not really interest our listeners, and
    • whole lecture is something which can never lead to a really
    • if I may say so, then one does not do something really good
    • really “tuned up” when one delivers one's
    • freely, — but the introduction is really there for the
    • really have for every lecture is this — that one has
    • lecture, if one is a genuine lecturer, one should really
    • most, five — sentences. Thus, a lecture should really
    • really always think. And one will thus surely, without doubt,
    • close to them, so to speak; that one really avoid anything
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    • of Anthroposophy, and must really be thought of as arising
    • and so on. Such questions are really put in abundance to any
    • remaining educational institutions, without people really
    • still have it today, rests on the tradition which really goes
    • phase — professors who really continued to live on as
    • task: to speak beautifully. Hence, one can really only learn
    • beautifully to the point that one really regarded singing,
    • about cognition: Truth is something that really doesn't
    • does not set up the concept of God; it is really good to
    • really has a soul. That could be discussed to the end of the
    • are so earnest, so important, that we really should speak
    • had genuine capacities which really did not become human at
    • work of art? It is such that a single finite object really
    • The word is so handled that one really feels each word as
    • spirit can really lead its own life over and above the single
    • really lives among people — one must only let it come
    • good speaking? — It is rather a matter of our really
    • one perceived from her that this was really thought of as
    • somehow, these were really meant.
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    • really count on being understood. Allowing the whole lecture
    • the composition of such a lecture is really given through the
    • should really always sense to whom one has to speak, before
    • should really combat through the whole manner of our bearing.
    • lecture is really in vain which is given in this sense and to
    • really not spoken at all, but as though someone or other had
    • That is really how you are confronted! The persons concerned
    • say: Well, the lecturer really told us nothing new! —
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    • have said from the beginning, the really proper thing finally
    • really have to be composed quite differently, because in
    • people really prefer to be either in the concert hall or in
    • must he aware of what one is really doing, down to the last
    • I could not know at all whether it was really true, or
    • good speaker really always has to endure a certain reluctance
    • even enjoy listening to others. For it is really through
    • out of living experience, what one should really always have
    • role today. There, it is really a matter of not being in love
    • parliament is really Schwatzanstalt. — ]
    • juices are produced incessantly, which really works like
    • public life, it is really the hypochondriacal vinegar which
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    • make it plausible that an individual person really knows
    • catch-phrases readily give one the opportunity to really
    • fulfilment. Now one should really make an effort to execute
    • it is really necessary that, in a certain sense, we tear
    • not really present with anything but the hand in writing.
    • really writing with the hand, as it were, but with the eye;
    • lesser degree: one really acts like one does when sketching,
    • really have a sort of experience of your words. Then,
    • speech-organs — instead one really lives, in speaking,
    • kidney, and so forth. It is really a matter of having to draw
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    • exhalation — if it is a question — is really only
    • really form the breath; it doesn't set it going in varied
    • really wants to say. This has to be said in such a way that
    • of tone is really a gentle fainting, so that it is necessary
    • listening, you will direct your attention to how really good
    • appropriate in a debate and yet really have no lasting
    • was really talking about. I have gone all around asking what
    • of heightening the vividness so that the listener can really
    • outside with the ear, but the speech of men is really heard
    • speech. With human speech, it is really the innermost part of
    • time, an arousal of the really deeper interest for the events
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    • wrongly must really want to do so. We cannot prevent this.
    • really lead us to the centre of the illness, then we cannot
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    • from various remarks I have made, it would be really good if
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    • Movement, giving suggestions which are really necessary in
    • life of the soul’ really does express something
    • really to add anything more in this direction then I would
    • DR STEINER: I believe we really cannot
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    • is really difficult in this primitive accommodation to create
    • really is a magician! Does anyone want to speak to Paragraph
    • You cannot really blame such people who take part in a
    • really understand the theory of knowledge. I am referring to
    • it can quite well tolerate internal secrets. For the really
    • today's meeting, I would ask those from countries with really
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    • simply that the present social circumstances really do make
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    • really knows what it is, since the council does not function
    • this Schilling is really contributed we shall have the
    • out that discussion leading to such matters cannot really
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    • might once more thank him most heartily. I really did believe
    • have arisen really must be brought forward, just as I have
    • known, interest in it was awakened really everywhere. We have
    • or rather two, which really touch us deeply. At a time when
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    • Anthroposophical Movement such things are really only
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    • it will be possible to have a really practical building in
    • Dramas. At that time we really only thought of the Mystery
    • will exist in accordance with whatever is achieved. So really
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    • given to me as a result of my considerations: If we really
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    • thought. Since anthroposophy cannot really be grasped except by the
    • today; rightly conceived, they are all really reverential pleas that
    • properly is cause for the greatest anxiety, for really deep worry
    • that they have at last found what they were really looking for,
    • really is, because it will take a strong, energetic Anthroposophical
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    • consciousness soul, anyone really acquainted with the facts of any
    • essential to an anthroposophical view of things to be really clear on
    • has to be taken into consideration if one is to make really
    • my soul, and unless something really adequate is done to clear up
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    • inner  experience that, in an external sense, is really just
    • is really out there, seeing it with living thinking. One transcends
    • by anyone really desirous of taking that path.
    • notice that we are concerned with bringing into being a really new
    • really have been possible to develop the Waldorf School pedagogy,
    • at really anthroposophical work going on elsewhere, more than just
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    • touch on at least a few of them again tonight. It was really never my
    • really open mind about these things and has come to anthroposophy in
    • concern of their hearts, something they cannot really do without if
    • “Anthroposophy” should really be understood as synonymous
    • Society into being. The Society wasn't really founded; it just came
    • fiddling around where a firm will is what is really needed, one can
    • external life. In other words, one's will really remains connected
    • enemies really suffer from something that resembles a fear of water.
    • born of fearless knowledge and a really strong will. This presupposes
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    • weak shadow of it. But anyone who can really enter into Greek poetry,
    • really satisfied them; what they saw there satisfied every facet of
    • plants, who really has an inner experience of them, finds a different
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    • work, wherever anthroposophy really lived. They were born of hearts
    • element capable of really uniting people. I told these friends who
    • really does understand the speech of the spirit, even though that
    • Anthroposophical Movement are really such as to necessitate my
    • ought really to be pervaded with forces intimately related to
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    • of lectures is to show how anthroposophy can really become wisdom to
    • from a really serious and significant level down to that of
    • looked at completely objectively, and everyone who really wants to be
    • years, the Goetheanum really shared the destiny of the
    • paralyzing effect this trend has had in some areas is really
    • everyone who intends to join with others in really full, genuine
    • If we really permeate ourselves with that attitude and that
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    • matter to describe this configuration as it really is, since it
    • of theirs has to be really lovingly contemplated by older people if
    • assembed in the hall had really come out, even though much
    • profitably discussed. It had become clear that something could really
    • really one of tailoring. Anthroposophy has grown, and its suit, the
    • have to create something that can really stand the test of life.
    • really become curule seats, and when some people make a specialty of
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    • But what I am about to present in that form really lives at the
    • reason for doing this, of course. On the other hand, no really right
    • it in whom anthroposophical cognition is a really living element.
    • this awareness really being present. Where it exists and groups of
    • building. Some of the fine things that really do exist in the Society
    • must really be applied to life. That is the essential thing, my dear
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    • and other similar elements, which really derive from the physical
    • account. If one is really deeply convinced that understanding
    • relationship to other human beings, for as dreamers we are really
    • thing that nobody nowadays really ever listens to anybody else. Is it
    • really finds it a dreadful trial to have to listen to someone else's
    • really “deeper than the day would credit.”
    • is what is so vitally necessary. It is really essential that one not
    • young people do. But it is these new enterprises that have really
    • What are they really
    • opponents, for otherwise it will prove impossible really to keep up
    • moment when I really should have said that I would have to withdraw
    • that it was impossible to make out what the situation really was. His
    • moment when the way the meeting was going should really have resulted
    • This was really quite
    • possibility did exist, we would really be embarrassed, frightfully
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    • Schopenhauer really spared no swearwords in what he held as the
    • organization, but thoughts really spread out in the cosmos. The
    • see, here we have an important problem. You could really, when
    • to really for once focus completely: Any content containing
    • volume of Hegel's out of some library they could only really
    • Schopenhauer really felt as the actual element of the East, was
    • Schopenhauer's philosophy is really not deep, but it has at the
    • Hegel, felt a lack of what really constituted the understanding
    • really want to understand the human being you enter into what
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    • fruitful to man before he really understands what it is so necessary
    • really accomplish it, is quite another question. It is another
    • he should rather say to himself: — Thou art really not in a
    • spread these lies have to acknowledge that nothing really fruitful
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    • the human soul is really designed for truth, not for untruth; it is
    • lecture, these truths are really only valuable when so translated, it
    • not really within these. How little we are within our thoughts in
    • case at all. Man does not really experience his ego. What then does
    • he experience? He really experiences a concept of the ego,
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    • and show how certain things met with in mankind have really to be
    • present day really belongs to all seven ages of the post-Atlantean
    • are really those we have acquired during the ages mentioned. What
    • period is really ordered and regulated, which falls within the first
    • passing on of knowledge depends really very largely on memory.
    • gained in this way really suited to physical conditions?
    • really studied, important turning points in evolution are seen to
    • entered human evolution at a time when humanity as a whole was really
    • which ideas really are. All this is old and dead, and is therefore
    • we have to-day, Von Wundt and Lipps for example, are not really
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    • word when things are written which really do not concern the world,
    • human soul. But man must do something so that he can really take
    • there (sich schneiden) really exist where he thinks they do, in his
    • what it really contains. To understand this Gospel we must rise to
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    • bodies, he really knows nothing of them. You will naturally say: but
    • see and our hands grasp as man. If we really wish to see the
    • is spread out over what you see so that you really know only the
    • That is, when it really gets to know these two members of human
    • vision the sharp contrast is revealed that such a child who is really
    • Zarathustra really passed through great dangers in his early years,
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    • really a further development of the teaching of Paul, who was one of
    • illusion. He cannot help himself. For we are really neither suited,
    • to the whole macrocosm, and would know as a fact that it was really
    • by life on the physical plane, which really begins at the point of
    • but could not really dawn in him because the evolved ego was not
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    • more gladly than others. This fact so apparently trivial is really
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    • of them without really knowing the law. Thus it is often noticed that
    • that only after four times seven years is it really ripe, and then it
    • really very silly things about it. It is where Christ Jesus came out
    • through the movement of the muscles. It is really the same as in the
    • really a spiritual being; that he is really interwoven with the
    • acquire sufficient strength of soul really to endure what is
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    • disregarded, that in it we have really a kind of revival of the
    • important period with which we are dealing, what really forms the
    • Messiahs up to Schabbathoi Zewi were really the outcome of Arabism,
    • discover, and are really able to follow the spiritually scientific
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    • really desires is often difficult to discover from the older
    • never-dying tradition. At all times there has really been little
    • The main thing is, if it might one day become really
    • is the theosophic spirit really?
    • “Would that one day it might become really scientific, and
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    • Should these really be Goethe’s
    • question is so important: does the human being not really differ from
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    • clear to us and which its students who want to co-operate really make
    • is really once again on one of those low points on which humankind is
    • true that really the human being creates his gods to himself? Is it
    • which believes honestly and really that the human soul is a product
    • cannot really feel against nature. We should feel with nature. What
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    • the way how true, real theosophy is to be found in the really understood Christianity,
    • perceive, also the confessions are really full of such materialistic views.
    • actual truth what could have really occurred what could have taken place before
    • picture which he outlined is really out of the spirit of his time, out of the
    • Jesus, really spoke of the God Who had become flesh, of the higher spirit of
    • all. You do not really understand the other Gospels if you do not take St. John’s
    • an abstract, shadowy concept nor a single human being in its reality, but really
    • who brought this teaching to the world, but its founder had really become flesh
    • to get the conviction here on the mountain above all that Christ was really
    • Read the Gospel now. These are really
    • inherited sin. That is why He really died for the faith of all human beings
    • tolerance. It carries the conviction in its heart that really everything is
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    • and science it is much more difficult really to familiarise himself
    • in a real, true and deep sense, you see — but you must really
    • cognitive faculties the centre of the physical world view. He really
    • really steadfast? Is the “thing-in-itself” unrecognisable?
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    • the object. But what does he perceive really? The epistemologist asks. What
    • are separated from the thing, and what you really feel is produced within the
    • epidermis. Everything that can really penetrate into your consciousness happens
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    • and he admitted implicitly that one can only recognise the things really if
    • objective outside, he would have said: do you think really that that which gives
    • to ask: how is it possible to really acknowledge the principle that we recognise
    • It really proves true in the theosophical sense what Baumann demands for a real
    • recognise and understand him really, you reach the theosophical point of view.
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    • precise investigation of our organs and their functions really force us to this
    • One can say that natural sciences really worked miracles by this three —
    • these methods of psychology have got lost to us to a large extent. Really inner
    • lives in the human being. You see that the really understood Aristotle agrees
    • mind that we must return to the old division in body, soul and mind we really
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    • denied life simply because life offers more listlessness than desire. If really
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    • the carnal desires and wishes can supply to him just by means of a really wise
    • in his own inside really, gets to know it according to its qualities, while
    • state where he faces spiritual truth really as the human being faces the mathematical
    • natural force with really unselfish human beings. About the great, true sages
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    • is also no mere catchword, because science really lost the concept of the soul.
    • than the really materialistic researchers.
    • occultist knows. Somebody who really studies history encounters such spiritual
    • whereas we stand with our consciousness above that sphere today. We really come
    • the welfare of the whole. Humankind is really supported by both movements this
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    • phenomena of the dream world really. But, nevertheless, there were also finer
    • — Or a dream which has really taken place: a farmer's wife dreams that
    • this wakes and really hears the cock crowing outside.
    • is that this dream consciousness really dramatises.
    • example — a dream which has really taken place; today I want to mention
    • any preparations of the duel — a long story! The duel really takes place
    • a kind of splitting can happen between the dream-ego and the real ego that really
    • I tell you are really substantiated. Particular organs of our inside, particular
    • to the full somnambulists. So the dream can really work as a doctor, it can
    • persons sit down and really keep on writing what they have written in the evening
    • who are really of the opinion that we can eavesdrop on the soul independently
    • the performances of the beavers. The performances of the beavers are of really
    • then you would be a part of the wise nature. One can attain this really, if
    • then you get contact, then you live really again connected with the outside
    • daytime consciousness. A state is really caused in the human being which reveals
    • are really states which he has gone through before he attained his present full
    • consciousness in himself. At that time he was really a being which did not perceive
    • legends are really attributed to such states of the somnambulistic consciousness.
    • development and able to look really with full waking consciousness into this
    • whether that which he/she perceives is really true, as she/he perceives it.
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    • really, experiencing it internally means already to have opened certain inner
    • science which leads to the super-sensible truth is on one side really spiritual,
    • expressed, while he characterised that the really spiritual cannot be searched
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    • were brought near to it, supposedly or really they caused relief or healing
    • science really faced these things; so that you see that one must not look at
    • with the fact that those who really know something of such matters do not inform
    • interpretation from somebody who understood the case really. But he was not
    • single, really thinking researchers also dealt with these phenomena in the next
    • facts. To any really reasonable person it is clear that modern medicine knows
    • usually done which has achieved nothing for the really reasonable person but
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    • wants to become engrossed really. This has forced all the excellent spirits,
    • the soul, this is the imperishable, and this is really formative force, this
    • What is now the really important
    • view really offers to the soul what it looks for. The soul continually puts
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    • of heretics is no longer really trendy. But if we examine the attitude, from
    • will find — maybe not only in coffee parties — that which has really
    • few seconds and said then: what is really theosophy? This did not happen in
    • about that which theosophy asserts and which can really appear to that scholarship
    • We really want to be fair towards
    • One has to investigate what can be really found. Outside only the oscillatory
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    • Buddhism is something strange in its form. We really have to put ourselves in
    • who know how it really stands with the theosophical movement do not look at
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Christ Impulse in Historical Development - Lecture 2
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    • passions. And if man really wants to protect himself against this
    • had really experienced such an experiment inwardly, was completely
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    • been thinking really intensely, we most easily fall asleep; and so if
    • that, if it is true that the emotions really lead one into the lower
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    • materialistic view of life. There are really by no means such great
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Christ Impulse as Living Reality - Lecture 1
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    • of view and begin seeing it in a really living way. One then finds a
    • only microcosmic significance, really working as teachers among
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Dawn of Occultism in the Modern Age - Lecture 1
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    • really wanted them? In other words we imagine with all intensity that
    • should really have ended at that moment, for you had forfeited it. You
    • Anthroposophist must have this conviction: If you really will, if you
    • this enlightenment itself is really a lie. Those who come after us
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    • life, into an elixir of life. What really matters is that we shall not
    • into such questions? Let us admit that we really do begin by thinking
    • shame passes away. It is really so: happiness and joy in life are
    • Certainly not. To recognise something for what it really is does not
    • consider it as something we really wanted, and when we can confront
    • knowledge of life that we can acquire, what is it really?
    • self? We must ask ourselves quite frankly: What do we really know?
    • from Beings of Will!’ And this will really happen if we grasp
    • self-knowledge in this way. Then we shall really succeed in creating
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    • People may ask: How can such knowledge really concern us? This very
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  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 2: The Contrast Between Cain and Abel
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    • Rakshasas were real beings, they really existed — actively and
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 3: The Mysteries of the Druids and the 'Drottes'
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    • sheath. The veil of maya is really a sheath which must be penetrated
    • really took place in the ancient ‘Drottes’ mysteries. An
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    • The vulture really is gnawing at the liver of the people of the fifth
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    • If you interpret it in this way you will understand what Mani really
    • with him since the middle of Lemuria. What is really taking place
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 7: The Essence and Task of Freemasonry from the Point of View of Spiritual Science - 1
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    • is really very ancient.
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 8: The Essence and Task of Freemasonry from the Point of View of Spiritual Science - 2
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    • really represents in its innermost core, so I would beg you to take
    • Today it is not really anything more than a union for mutual stimulation
    • manner of occult brotherhoods — they really represent something other
    • taken literally; that it really did concern the work of the
    • them for what they are, who can really read what they contain, comes
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    • nobody who has undertaken all these degrees or who has really
    • himself, however, does not really die. It is much more the case that
    • conquering death was really something which was commonly known. I
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 10: Evolution and Involution as they are Interpreted by Occult Societies [The Atom as Congealed Electricity]
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    • as I have said: the degrees are there, but nobody has really worked
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 11: Concerning the Lost Temple and How It Is To Be Restored - 1
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    • know the rules, the manner of playing. And this really conveys a hint
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 12: Concerning the Lost Temple and How It Is To Be Restored - 2
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    • celebrate a festival really means to unite oneself in spirit with the
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 15: Atoms and the Logos in the Light of Occultism
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    • Powers develop in him there, so that he can really develop an
    • this evolution, they are devising a quite specific plan. It is really
    • first really ’Earth’ but ’Earth plus Sun plus Moon;’ a body such as
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 16: The Relationship of Occultism to the Theosophical Movement
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    • the forces bringing about really distant future events can be
    • were now to ask ourselves: what then is really happening here? — then
    • therefore, that what I have called occultism really has very much to
    • In the realm of art, for instance, no really new style has been
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    • wants to understand why this segregation really became habitual, one
    • Hiram really will be seen. Fire, the Divine Power, will then
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 20: The Royal Art in a New Form
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    • mention one fact out of my own life to show you that it really is not
    • conclusion; that hardly anything is really known about the
    • ask me what Freemasonry is really about, I must answer with abstract
    • design a really acoustic building has been completely lost. Yet, in
    • in perception and feeling — with all humanity really embracing in
    • but who were really the leaven preparing the culture of the last four
    • only hint at what is really involved, because the matter itself goes
    • who really gain access to such mysteries, one practical result is a
    • really active force in the French Revolution.
    • wave of humanity's [development]. It cannot bring about any really
    • a really incisive cultural meaning, and you will in every case be led
    • the apron really means. One cannot bring the apron into line with
    • really grapple with it out of the depths of our understanding of
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture I
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    • really comparable with the extreme case I quoted in the
    • he narrates a second similar instance. But really it is no
    • follow the signs of printed letters and not really read at
    • distant connection with what is really living and weaving
    • instincts and emotions are really holding sway. And because
    • a mask were not laid over what really is in the
    • action, is really vanity, megalomania.’ He never says
    • because what he really wants is to control this other
    • duty, you are really acting under the impulse to acquire
    • really dominating and weaving in the soul. it may be
    • science, we really have knowledge of the secret connections
    • really living in the world, if they are actually present
    • life, not into mere theory, do we really get behind Maya
    • life, how can it really understand what is actually going
    • of art and of occultism really occurs only at the end of a
    • has really always been prepared for and reflected in a
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    • this period. We cannot really understand the nature of the
    • line, is really a physical Maya. At death we enter into a
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    • really wants to express with a certain surety of aim
    • to prepare himself properly for a really objective grasp of
    • words which can then become really true guiding lines of
    • self-knowledge which does not really lead to the sentence
    • I really wanted to
    • meditation. put there is really no lack of it, if one only
    • out recently that the moment of death is really not to be
    • matter of really living within the activities of nature.
    • really to last into the future. Men are still afraid today
    • really the creator in the artist. An artist of
    • final discovery of what art really is. Such is the present
    • world for the purpose of really getting to know this being
    • abstract and dry, but which really do express it: he was an
    • picture, he really entered into the world; he did not
    • become remote from the world but really entered into it.
    • the heart of things. it is really only human beings of this
    • true philosopher-souls, the men who are really gifted for
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    • really understanding these ideas of metamorphosed thought, one
    • feel as if it really belongs to us anymore. We slowly become a
    • on. You come, when you enter into such an examination to really
    • have tried to show you a method of observation which is really
  • Title: Spiritual Science, History, Reincarnation, Culture, Examples
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    • those of others by really getting to know them. Then we need
    • can really not remain steady as an anthroposophical world view
    • really elucidates the sleeping character of the present-day
    • that really means at present. Now, we have lately experienced,
    • these events to show them what really works from within. How
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    • see, it is really out of our membership's requests that such
    • really presents will in the widest sense prohibit the actual
    • nothing really, because today there are definite categories or
    • and thought through or otherwise we would really experience
    • are as such really quite large in the world. Today we can't
    • and counter nagging. This is really what doesn't concern us
    • supporter articles a really well written one came from a man,
    • an absolute misunderstanding for what really should work
    • Really, it is not very nice, because now someone who is smart
    • don't manage to arrive at what is really necessary — to
    • transferred by not analysing it a bit more finely. It is really
    • behind any emotional, sensual mysticism, that it really
    • the rounds, and we really have unbelievable much to do if we
    • really have to be very active if we want to oppose all these
    • spiritual basis which can be found everywhere and really place
    • Above all else, this is what is really needed today!
    • is about: when it is studied further one can really do extended
    • earnestly accepted, if nothing is really comprehended as to how
    • I still want to say this in conclusion: No one, really no one
    • really earnest words! Before this journey I simply had to bring
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    • able to win a really deep relationship to modern natural science in
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 4 (Summary): The Relationship between Goethe and Hegel
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    • is not the case in regard to human and animal forms. The plant is really
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 5: From Sense Perception to Spirit Imaging
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    • and hallucinations than by sensory perception really cannot be said
    • in humility but really develop a kind of megalomania. This has to be
    • of the moment really means. This can be done by distinguishing the way
    • is only memory, as though we were really living in those past experiences
    • of time, including all one has experienced from birth, really is objective.
    • of a person in this way. For this is the only way of really coming to
    • to evolve the anthroposophical view at the turn of the century it really
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 6: From Imaginative Knowledge to Inspirational Knowledge
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    • is not really the point. It is true that when a remembered idea comes
    • not be misinterpreted. In the first place it must really come as a surprise
    • concrete. Making ourselves really conscious of this process, we are
    • we really have no idea of it.
    • is really important to observe the rules I have given in my books when
    • are related, but we must get a really clear idea of the path to imaginative
    • But let us assume someone was really pleased to develop such an idea
    • that arise in life. We are really disputing from a point beyond reality,
    • other, intuitive perception. If we really want to understand man as
    • really needs further elucidation. It would be necessary to show that,
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 7: The Gulf Between a Causal Explanation of Nature and the Moral World Order
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    • one that really everybody is aware of today in their feelings; yet it can
    • there really is in man, we turn our attention also to the moral sphere,
    • conscious mind. We feel that a form of existence which is really worth
    • if the realm of natural inevitability really is the way we have got
    • him to see the world in a dualistic way, so that really all he can say
    • insight in this way, we come really and truly to see through our thinking,
    • put it most clearly. When Schiller really entered into Kantian philosophy
    • 3 ] For to Schiller's mind, Kant postulated that one really
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 8: The Social Question
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    • really applies only to the present age. This epoch in human evolution,
    • to gain insight that man really comes alive to himself. It is by starting
    • and that really is not surprising, for the things to be discerned in
    • we should not really speak of a lung, a heart, of kidneys and a liver.
    • of view. From a view that only sees this form, a form that really only
    • at any moment in these organs, to whatever it is that really gives rise
    • our lungs, heart, liver, kidneys are such that they really hide their
    • the progress of human evolution the way it really is. Here we must say
    • that the truths of Christianity may be diminished really someone who
    • willed oneself. To indicate what really matters I therefore said one
    • science really has to offer. That man had no need to refer specifically
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    • things in order to prove how they really relate to their
    • have really been immeasurable. Basically it shouldn't surprise
    • observations. What is really presenting itself here if one
    • is really like this: if we go with an unprejudiced attitude
    • should want to place ourselves really in the right relationship
    • week — very few people really work in practical matters
    • encountered all over the place. If someone had really listened
    • engage our will forces to do something, to really work. It is
    • thousands and thousands of members. It is really very sad that
    • is like this, that we really use our time, that actually not a
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    • we can now present the question, “Do human beings really
    • is really the attitude of soul of people today with regard to
    • really belongs to the Easter of this year (1917), and the
    • these festivals but is really a period of thirty-three years;
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture II: Goethe's Secret Revelation - Exoteric
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    • concealed technology. A great and really heroic idea which
    • peculiar thinking which does not really separate from the
    • contrasts than Schopenhauer and Fichte. Schopenhauer really
    • Afterwards he really drives the gold pieces a certain distance
    • had never become clear to it until then what there is really in
    • also the old man with his lamp approaches, and that really he
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture III: Goethe's Secret Revelation - Esoteric
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    • being really has these possibilities of development. He stood
    • willing, lead him to deeper insight. He really immerses in the
    • really worked his way up to Goethe's point of view, so that one
    • become an end in itself, but sacrifices itself. This is really
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture IV: Bible and Wisdom I
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    • the Bible is really not only a document, although it is it in
    • really these two names of the divine alternate, the Elohim and
    • really into consideration that are to be taken into
    • if one takes up such a viewpoint. Does one really insult the
    • another name for these basic beings, and he finds really that
    • tradition. — You see, the Bible is really so composed of
    • words literally in a new sense to understand them really.
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    • question that interests here is this: did really research,
    • Let us position ourselves really on the ground on which some
    • it, he thinks that he really beheld Him in a higher view, who
    • cannot look really. This escapes from the human research. Yes,
    • matters only seriously and really that the Old Testament, at
    • was a soul force through generations that extended really. For
    • biblical scholarship is not really without presuppositions,
    • natural facts. Only spiritual science is really without
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VI: Superstition from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science
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    • Berlin but in remaining Germany. You can really read this
    • that really appears in his body and enables him to another
    • is. Then he realises that in Ramon Llull really the soul of one
    • external mode of expression gets up to nonsense really. Many
    • then they are pleased with it. People really want to be pointed
    • see that it really depends on the mental constitution that it
    • penetrate really into the depth of the matters. It anyway is in
    • natural sciences. Consider once that we really have a certain
    • — that spiritual science has really no reason to
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VIII: Issues of Health in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • assume that the stomach really secretes too much acid, it may
    • if you want to help the sick person really.
    • fact that the death rate has really decreased by so many
    • really deeper to the core of illness.
    • Does one still ask today really considering these questions,
    • effect. However, they do this only because really a healthy
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    • heart, which receive telegrams. He really manages to know the
    • — how he raised 500 dollars really by the care and love
    • riches. Thus, we really see the type of the human being in him
    • distress and misery, while he himself really acquired
    • Tolstoy, and which could not be expressed so really. It is in
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture X: The Practical Development of Thinking
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    • second is desire and love of all we do. They really only exist
    • you really thought in this peculiar way.
    • thoughts, something higher really thinks in him, and this
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XI: The Invisible Human Members and Practical Life
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    • really seizes the human being and makes him suitable or
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XII: The Secret of the Human Temp