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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • Still, it is only possible to publish a certain amount. The rest had
    • to the point of not evaluating his fellowman, or the rest of the world
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • the interests of immediate life. People believe — some as a
    • those times. The matter simply rests on the fact that opinions have
    • everything that rests on a purely materialistic basis, we also meet,
    • higher development which the occult pupil undergoes. This rests on
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • widely discussed from other angles, it might be interesting to hear
    • forestalled.
    • will no longer restrict himself to a narrow life. The person who is
    • contrast, if men would show more interest in the food coming from
    • that the activity thus forestalled erects a sort of wall around his
    • It might be of interest to cite as a last
    • restricted sense, it has little to do with the individual
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • element, works upon his body in order to restore what has been used up
    • refers to it in the same sense; he has written two very interesting
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • real connection of interest of the soul with the subject matter that the
    • the tenuous interest that may exist in the core of a person's soul for his
    • body. The restless daily bustle of modern life does not allow them the
    • this way, every restraint will signify additional strength of the will, that
    • through our interest in anthroposophy, our thoughts are directed in the
    • you, for instance, it is not easy to restrain your antipathy, but having
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • work within us for the rest of our lives.
    • light. It may be of interest to describe what he can actually
    • the earth's evolution. This act enabled man to restore his connection
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • through this position, he is wrested from the Earth. The Earth
    • position, was wrested from the spiritual forces of the Earth. In that
    • old Lemurian epoch, in the realm which is the nearest spiritual sphere
    • speech, he wrests himself free from those spiritual forces that are
    • to-day. We will restrict ourselves to the normal development of man by
    • Thinking is at yet permeated with the Christ-Impulse in the barest
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • necessary for the Mystery Plays. I knew that a spiritual eye was resting
    • the living. If the dead, as their nearest protectors, bend to the earthly
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • looking at things rests entirely on the premises of natural scientific
    • interested initially in examining, from the spiritual scientific
    • in this way we gradually succeed in wresting our soul-spiritual being
    • But another thing is still needed: Wresting the soul free of the body
    • an all-pervading spirit, but the spiritual researcher cannot rest content
    • merely terrestrial concerns into the far reaches of the universe. Thus
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • that France was more interested in presenting herself as the innocent
    • in the rest of the world.
    • interested in learning that there was a leap forward in his
    • development rests precisely on the fact that leaps occur everywhere.
    • things, we are not interested in the fact that it happened. What does
    • interest us is the inner force and power that can bring about such a
    • soul will interest us.
    • other evidence is unsound, or as they claim, rests on subjective
    • impossible to overestimate the significance of Michelangelo's
    • forces even in the eastern regions nearest to us, while in the West we
    • since it rests entirely on material interests. From below one sees
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • holds, will rest wholly within the power of his own individuality.
    • And when the storm in forests roars and grinds,
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • Spiritual Science certainly does not underestimate the great progress made
    • who takes an all-round interest in modern life. If it were impossible to
    • tolerable as long as human interest is strongly attracted by the other factor
    • which obscures the concerns of the soul. But this interest also ceases
    • world. It will not be possible to arrest the advance of scientific knowledge,
    • We are aware of active growth during the summer succeeded by rest and
    • physical eye, the spiritual researcher beholds an extra-terrestrial being
    • from extra-terrestrial space. Things otherwise unimaginable are revealed to
    • interesting to observe on its own account.) The period of childhood from
    • year, is a period of special interest for spiritual methods of research.
    • they can learn from everyone else during the rest of their lives, even if they
    • explained by what is active upon the earth itself, but by extra-terrestrial
    • relationship with the extra-terrestrial forces, is accomplished by the human
    • terrestrial forces actually work on the plants from within. These same
    • terrestrial, although this particular extra-terrestrial element is present
    • earthly realm, but originating in the extra-terrestrial regions, and which
    • from the seventh to the fourteenth years in the rest of the body, apart from
    • a super-terrestrial etheric man within, who works inwardly, alive and free.
    • does an etheric, a super-terrestrial body come into existence. The result is,
    • of the physical organization and forges an extra-terrestrial element into
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  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • configuration of mankind in future is the merest quackery unless it is
    • interest between man and man. The interest which one man takes in
    • another must become ever greater and greater. This interest must grow
    • will be the reflex of the heightened interest which must be evolved as
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • Why is this so? Well, we must see that this rests on a very important
    • arrangement of man's total being. It rests on the fact that what we
    • one another, in the interests of a social impulse between people. Of
    • what credit, capital and interest are. Yet even these things which
    • are indeed the pillars on which personal independence rests. At
    • their education, that they are ready for the rest of life — at most
    • actively acquired is the interest of man in man. This is indeed the
    • interest of one for another does not increase, if people do not begin
    • interest and credit, things are quite complicated; so that even
    • sufficient interest in each other. You do not have sufficient interest
    • an adequate interest when in your picture you are able to substitute
    • nearest to hand, thereby enhancing our self-love, but to feel it our
    • us? How can we cultivate the social element, this interest of man in
    • leaving us no rest? How can we enkindle this interest which has
    • any interest in each other. Yet this ability to develop an imaginative
    • people. The expanse and greatness of the British Empire rests on this
    • desire to acquire insight at once. The rest would follow. It is not so
    • Science. The rest would follow if serious study would take place.
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • upon so many aspects of art and general human interest of bygone times
    • restrictions by cultivating a form of spiritual life fundamentally
    • forests into meadows and cornfields, with all the ensuing economic
    • the Universities of Prague, Ingolstadt, Freiburg, Heidelberg, Restock,
    • Wurzburg and the rest. The founding of these Universities throughout
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • capacities have any part to play in the rest of man's life? You will see that
    • entirely from out of the planet's interior. It is very interesting to see
    • theories, they may be interesting, but to take them as theories is not
    • mental life does not have to be restricted to what comes to meet you from
    • interest, and I am not saying now that it enables us to have super-sensible
    • occult powers, but the same force that enables us to take an interest in
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • rest of one's constitution. As well as the warmth-organism he also has
    • through moral ideals, or through the loftiest and purest ideas, does
    • restored to mankind — truths which hitherto have in a certain way
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • mirror-pictures if we turn to thinking in its purest form — in
    • the rest of the living organism. Between birth and death we bear in
    • into us as semblance, and from the rest of our organism we pervade
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • universe. The willing of Christ Working in man Shall wrest from Lucifer And
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • merest remnants of the ancient wisdom left to man. I have already
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • although the thought remains united with him, it nevertheless wrests
    • just through the life of ideation becoming separated from the rest of
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • “Nothing has ever been said that is not in utmost degree the purest
    • to express Man in a symbol. If one seeks the nearest modern words to
    • at rest, it circles around in the cosmos. And the circling, the
    • These mysteries in the world of numbers give the merest intimation
    • In itself it is really interesting — if one has a mathematical bent
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • senses. But this restriction of the imitative principle to the
    • the senses are during the rest of human life. The child is still in
    • more or less like a cloud of mist. But — and this is the interesting
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • first to “prove all things” he utters, to set due restraint on all
    • self-interest, conscious only of what is living within his own being.
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • realize how at every moment this freedom of his has to be wrestled for. He
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • restoration of forces through nutrition. And this work is the
    • invisible man is contained in the nourishing and restorative
    • outwardly perceptible. It is a restorative process, not as strong as
    • the direct metabolic-restorative process, but rather a weakened
    • restorative process. As we have seen, the breathing process is to a
    • body, restraining them to their proper degree. By this means we can
    • of the etheric body is restrained and consumption is held back.
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • as if it were resting within itself. In reality, everything lives and weaves
    • extraordinarily interesting property. Its form in nature is such that certain
    • brief, this antimony has the most interesting properties.
    • who has a heartfelt interest in the health of his fellow man.
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • spiritually night by night during the rest of life. If we came into
    • the detail of its form; look at the rest of the body in its human
    • guiding Powers, with the rest of the Lunar population, were once upon
    • point which interests us now. What does concern us at this moment is
    • Cherubim and Thrones are as it were the Beings nearest to them —
    • nearest among the Hierarchies.
    • equity, the great ‘restorer of the balance’ for all that happens
    • work from man to man across the narrow confines of terrestrial space,
    • so inordinately proud. Hence it is interesting to see a book recently
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • mankind in colours and forms of rarest loveliness. We see, thus following
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • “Nothing has ever been said that is not in utmost degree the purest
    • forfeit the Earth, and Ahriman, whose sole interest lies in
    • reflection of superterrestial events and of the relationship between
    • and how a super-sensible, superterrestial event existed in the
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • interest which they arouse does not so much lie in the
    • But little by little a new world-conception aroused the interest in
    • found an audience keenly interested in the theatre, that is to say,
    • when performed in the poorest way.
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • plays are above all character dramas. The great interest which
    • interest in the individual personality. But little by little a
    • new worldview aroused interest in the Individual human being.
    • Only gradually did a new interest in the individual arise by
    • audience keenly interested in the theatre, that is to say, with a
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • would be no forms if Life were not obstructed and arrested in its
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • at the same time it teaches the surest path; for though indeed its
    • that when we leave the fourth dimension out and restrict the result to
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • the heart, of inner interest. You must remind yourself of your love
    • realise vividly what was the nature of your particular interest in the
    • particularly interested me about him, that attracted me? When was it
    • were strongly connected with the dead and were deeply interested in
    • the question arise out of the interest you took in the dead, then the
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • to home were discussed. There was a particularly great interest in
    • after hours on the construction site for those interested in such
    • because in our time people are not very interested in celebrating
    • interesting connection: Human beings can speak because they have a
    • in the brain. It is very interesting that since it became known that
    • must examine the soil. If you are interested in how people breathe in
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • interesting and important have only to be said, and at once they are
    • have therefore to abstain from pointing out many interesting
    • it rests there is a lie; we have a reality before us only when we
    • wrest ourselves free from mere sense-perception.
    • interesting experiments have been made. They proceed from
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • in art a guide for the rest of human activity. The spirit of Goethe
    • rest pass away unused, and so it goes on. On the other hand, I look
    • people will be really interested only in what the State does. Then, in
    • independent in order to restore productivity to spiritual life, they
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • is of extraordinary interest to follow up the world-processes that lie
    • rests in very shaky foundations. These theories would indeed not hold
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • rests there in the body of the mother and is given form by the Sun
    • my dear friends, is the purest nonsense. It is pure nonsense to think
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • ‘foot’ in this case rests not on the earthly ground but on
    • anvil), and then the lower arm — the other ossicle which rests
    • the head falls away. And the rest of the human being, with the
    • In time to come there will be an interesting branch of knowledge,
    • wrested away from the incursions of gravity. The act of orientation in
    • really interested. The thing is objective enough in that sense! But if
    • un-German, or what you will. In truth it is the purest product of the
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • within them an extraordinarily great interest in the world outside of
    • the most intensive interest in such world-riddles, then these energies
    • interest in the world, the world in the widest sense ...
    • When we do not have enough interest in the world around us, then we
    • And when they feel the most intensive interest in particular world
    • interest in other human beings is not possible if the right sort of
    • world-interest is not aroused in the 15 or 16 year old. If they learn
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • kingdoms as future soul-content of man, resting on the law of
    • is connected with the interests of another, helps to intensify and to
    • Elimination of the interests of the personal “ I ” from the
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • assimilated, is enough for the rest of life. I have often
    • so take us up into themselves that we rest within them with our
    • consciousness the clearest and most definite things of all,
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • whole extent, the physical body rests — but the human etheric
    • measure as the functions of the physical body come to rest, at and
    • Second Hierarchy is violently dislocated. And it must be restored
    • particular Beings that are at work, and the rest is illusion, arising
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • For this very reason it is perhaps all the more interesting to study
    • It would be interesting to describe how, from the 16th
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • on the history of philosophy. Those of you who are interested should
    • found its way to men who were interested in these matters and who
    • doctrines of Rome, if his desire to restore the Initiation-training
    • restore the temple of the Jews at Jerusalem. His desire was to restore
    • the heathen temples and he also had the interests of the Christians at
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • Beings can then once more interest themselves in the human
    • present field of human interests must be considerably enlarged, so
    • of superficiality, we shall soon lose interest in this empty talk of
    • sea of human life has grown restless. What is that?
    • restlessness has taken hold of mankind, to that space of time which
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • particularly within the more restricted circle connected with our
    • certain differences in the external human form. All the interesting
    • detail and that becomes interesting just when it can be substantiated
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • those who were nearest to Him after His Death, when He appeared to
    • restricted calculating vision of the astronomer, thus sinking our
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • was not yet so interested in the feelings aroused in him at the
    • weather. These feelings interested him, it is true, in another
    • interested him, and he formed his words accordingly. So that in those
    • interest in Caesar! We would leave it to the pupils in military
    • the nearest rendering for ‘Philinter.’ (Note by Translator).
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • interest to human beings in those days than the physical world —
    • purest kind was worked out, although it too has been wholly lost.
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • Another interesting connection is this one: man has as many breaths
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • rests upon the consciousness of the connection of man as
    • can observe in an interesting way how the Greeks not only have a
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • the rest of the organism, that has also grown coarser. So that in
    • things. Of what interest is it to people to know that men have
    • general ideas, play in the world! That one wrestled and strove about
  • Title: Lecture III: Ancient Myths
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    • land of Philisterium’ not merely the very nearest environment
    • evils indeed, of our time, rests on the fact that modern humanity
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • not terrestrial, but celestial, cosmic. Hence in this second
    • of Brest-Litowsk. You know that various people are taking part in
    • principal negotiators. It is not uninteresting — but even
    • November 1914, all sorts of delegates were arrested in Russia. One
    • interests, who, while they feel themselves too weak or too lazy,
    • most important negotiator at Brest-Litowsk.
    • on at Brest-Litowsk between Russia and the Central Powers! That is
    • much inclined to take a lively interest in abstractions, to become
  • Title: Lecture V: Ancient Myths
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    • as first interesting us after the great Atlantean catastrophe,
  • Title: Lecture VI: Ancient Myths
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    • could speak much more exactly, but if one disregards all the rest,
    • skeleton; it is really only set upon it, and then the rest of the
    • The rest of the man without the skull is still a very complicated
    • we look at a human being, as, let us say, head-man, and for the rest
    • diagrammatic picture for the rest of man, we should naturally have to
    • as a sphere, so one can picture the rest of man in such a form as
    • regard the head of man differently from the rest of the organism.
    • With the rest of the organism one must far more have in mind what is
    • for itself an image in the head. In the rest of man that is not the
    • is not enough for the rest of man if one takes this bodily fragment
    • through a quite different development from the rest of the organism.
    • very little further. The rest of the organism is still little
    • itself shows this twofold nature: our head develops quickly, the rest
    • practically up to our twenty-eighth or twenty-seventh year, the rest
    • rest of the human being can furnish with its long development in the
    • them. They are then head-knowledge. The rest of life that runs more
    • head; love, which comes from the rest of the organism, does not
    • if it is transformed into what can flow to the head from the rest of
    • the earth, the rest of our organism takes no part in it, the rest of
    • head, man would die at the age of twenty-seven. Only because the rest
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  • Title: Lecture VII: Ancient Myths
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    • what is in his head. On the other hand, we actually receive the rest
    • living here between birth and death, for the rest of the organism
    • through heredity by being added to the rest of the organism. That man
    • is only related to his ancestors in respect of the rest of the
    • some at least of you will have already noticed that. It rests on the
    • the rest of the organism must first affect the head (it can do so of
    • we dwell there is an intermediary which is never at rest. A fine
    • extraordinarily interesting because, as you probably know, when
    • looked on that as an interesting fact, and then I discovered that the
    • while man lives here on earth, the rest of his organism, apart from
    • has a share in our life, is inwardly interested in it. And
    • earth, the rest of our organism is adapted to make us resurrect, for
    • one's interest in them through every age of life. I only beg of you,
    • belongs to the future. In the human race itself rests the future of
    • interested, shall we say, than in this case the Swiss audience
    • anything — Oh, that is dreadful! And this actually rests on the
    • dramas if they had had to wrestle for their religion as they wrote.’
    • Powers and Russia, but it has been interesting all the same in the
    • interesting in this sense. The gentleman in question (his name is of
    • interesting explanations — that is, explanations interesting to
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  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • been formed from without as a skin-sense organ. The rest of the
    • are no longer interested in thinking in clear concepts — it is
    • rest of the world by an observatory is not senseless; that things are
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • human being rests during sleep. The scientific view indeed
    • human activity is at rest. But sleep is by no means merely rest; we
    • sleep, the physical and etheric bodies lie resting in the physical
    • interesting to watch the human being falling asleep and waking,
    • also very interesting, in the case of some grown-up person who is
    • unselfish love for human beings, sincere interest in every fellow man
    • And there, while the Ego is resting in the bosom of these Beings,
    • rests during sleep. But he is not merely resting. When the right kind
    • life's happenings rests on the sure knowledge that there is
    • When the human being sleeps he is not merely resting from the
    • When a man lacks wide-hearted love for his fellowmen, lacks interest
  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • are more interested to-day. In our age, men live in the intellect
  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • yet restored to his keeping. Such a man will not say with those who
    • Thus Anthroposophy is of universal, vital interest to all men because
    • the reason that if his life is to rest upon sure foundations, contact
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • time, arouse our interest not so much in view of the contents which
    • terrestrial existence. In that year the first attempt was made to
    • acquired the habit of restricting themselves to the world of the
    • were grasped philosophically. It is interesting to see that the most
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • sensualists, whose cleverest representative, as explained to you
    • addressed the assembly. It was very interesting to listen to this man
    • which they conceive the rest of life, the remaining days of the week,
    • is interesting to observe, from a spiritual-scientific
    • human being takes a secondary interest. Although even spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • can realise that man's future salvation, man's welfare in the nearest
    • grows out of spiritual science; so that we may not fail to wrest from
    • his right hand, he only expresses purest compassion with the world.
  • Title: Lecture: Salt, Mercury, Sulphur
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    • Boehme. We feel how they wrestled within themselves to understand
    • wrestling — wrestling more forcibly than Jacob Boehme and much
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • restrict itself to some sectarian group, but if must be brought out
  • Title: Lecture: Some Conditions for Understanding Supersensible Experiences
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    • interests or the like. Anyone who has national interests of some kind
    • interest.
    • of this nature must be understood. ... For in wrestling to acquire
    • way, we must have interest in all things — but never mere
    • curiosity. People are so ready to confound curiosity with interest.
    • the impulses needed by the times. But what interest have the majority
    • Spiritual Science, must be overcome. Interest in the great affairs of
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • we sleep, or rather, through the fact that we rest during our sleep,
  • Title: Lecture: Awakening to Community - I
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    • that his will impulses simply coincide with those of all the rest of
    • much interested in going into that aspect of the subject today as I
  • Title: Lecture: Perceiving and Remembering
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    • etheric body, now freed from the physical body and no longer restrained by
    • light-essence; pray Him to restrain the opposing Powers of Ahrimanic nature,
    • obscurest corner and labeled — fanaticism and superstition, or even
    • with interest, that therein lies the main driving force of true progress. One
    • the world. It is interesting to note what takes place when these gentlemen
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 1: Forgetting
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    • life in a restricted sense, and also the principle of repetition. If
    • they were young they received impressions with lively interest. There
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 2: Different Types of Illness
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    • themselves fall sick with it, and even then their interest does not
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 4: Rhythm in the Bodies of Man
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    • restorative part of an illness. The particular area that is defective
    • egoistic people who take an interest in it, but something that can
    • signifies for man's being and also for the rest of natural creation
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    • is very interesting for people to know, namely, how illnesses are
    • restore the organ. This organ, which was destroyed because it was
    • the ruling powers that destroy and then restore things to life again.
    • kind of karmic cause of illness which is just as interesting, and
    • spiritual fact, that must be of particular interest to us, coming as
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    • expressed in the desire to defend himself and restore the balance.
    • How does he restore the balance? He does so in that his ego contracts
    • environment, and it tries to restore the balance by contracting the
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    • restlessness can be avoided, the more we shall be able to achieve. It
    • measure of understanding of what is to happen; then, in restfulness
    • preparation. The aim is to establish a condition of rest, of balance.
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    • able to restore freshness and health within certain limits to the
    • bodies but not to restore them to health. Occult investigation
    • from the extra-terrestrial conditions in which we are then living the
    • forces able to restore our worn-out sheaths. Between death and the
    • restoration of the ‘I’. For the other members of his
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    • happens to him during sleep, i.e. the restoration of forces used up
    • during waking life are restored and man is not meant to witness this
    • being is restored. In the very earliest years of childhood, when any
    • consciousness is still dim and the whole restorative process is
    • therefore say that the whole life-giving, restorative process is
    • restoration of what has been used up during the waking hours, are
    • restoratively. That is the objective process.
    • the Universe was gradually lost to humanity and it is interesting to
    • theoretical world-conception which we master because it interests us.
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    • promotion of materialistic science, for the interests of trade and
    • and interested in external culture only; these human beings would
    • devoted entirely to the interests of material existence on the Earth
    • entirely to external, industrial and commercial interests, becoming
    • their further terrestrial existence, namely, an element of true
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    • rest of the physical body. At a certain stage of development,
    • rest of man's physical body. If we observe the human head with
    • essential difference between the human head and the rest of the body
    • is that in respect of the rest of the body the human being will need
    • human being, while he is thinking, to bring the brain to rest even
    • thoroughly he can keep the brain at rest while he is thinking,
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    • spiritual to the corporeal, from within outwards and is of interest
    • Beings of the nearest higher Hierarchies to a far greater extent than
    • the desire to flee from the conditions of terrestrial existence —
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    • course of evolution. Men are now beginning to be interested only in
    • life in its relation to life in the rest of the Universe, we are
    • interest because with our memory we grasp a tiny corner of
    • moment when we begin to take special interest in the human body. It
    • Do ye arrest, in ever-during thought!
    • of fact, differentiation between human bodies that can be of interest
    • inhabit it on the Earth. At the moment it interests us only as the
    • will come when men will lose interest in the direct impressions of
    • approach of the time when men will be interested only in what is
    • will have lost real interest in the world of light and radiant colour
    • have any interest in violet or red but will be concerned only with
    • be seen in this room [Dr. Steiner recommended that restful and
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    • Earth such an individual can take no interest in spiritual worlds;
    • only, snatching at what is in their own interest, dryly calculating
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    • higher interests that can develop in the further evolution of
    • with the rest of the world. Thus here we look upon the archetypes of
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    • embraces the purest spiritual life. In this way we may hope to lay
    • that age, an immense wrestling of thought with that Mystery occurred.
    • world where the ground of the rest of our being — the ground of
    • to restrain a slight smile if he is invited to think in the sense of
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    • of interest to us, for through spiritual research we must unearth
    • at rest in the spiritual and they are seeking to fathom the emergence
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    • sitting there as if wrapped in deep thought, inwardly at rest, so
    • everything had to rest on the alliance with God and the principle of
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    • which prevail there, meets in the forest a young woman who is holding
    • Parsifal's arrival at the Castle is to be found in Chrestien de
    • Castle. The Fisher-King is old and feeble and has to rest on a couch.
    • to bed for the night, in the same room (according to Chrestien de
    • Then Chrestien de Troyes tells us how Parsifal rides on
    • on her knees, and weeping for him. It is she, according to Chrestien
    • made use of Chrestien de Troyes and of a certain Kyot. External
    • extensive additions to Chrestien de Troyes. Exoteric learning is
    • Chrestien de Troyes, and that Wolfram von Eschenbach had put the
    • recounted by Chrestien de Troyes in a particularly beautiful and
    • Remorseful feelings give no rest.
    • My soul's in direst need.
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    • the moon shines out as the gold-gleaming vessel. Within it rests the
    • is resisted by the power of the moon, what we see at rest in the
    • reflected the physical power of the sun. The Spirit of the sun rests
    • Spirit of the sun rests in the vessel of the moon. And if we now
    • us ask: Was Parsifal — as Chrestien de Troyes calls him —
    • example in the cosmos there are three things at rest, the sun, the
    • air is always restless; if such aspects are not present, or are few
    • purest, noblest forces of the soul. He has to meet someone who has
    • things at rest, the sun, the fixed stars and the inter-medium, and
    • certain aspects and constellations the air is always restless; if
    • Prester John, who had his kingdom on the far side of the lands
    • Prester John, the successor of Parsifal, was still honoured, and from
    • that the place of Prester John is not to be found on Earth.
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    • We will think, to begin with, of the planet nearest the Earth, the
    • Beings who shut themselves off in strict seclusion from the rest of
    • We wrestle our way through the deeply significant truths still
    • fortress radiate back from the rest of the universe.
    • interests her, that is what she will allow to approach her. Thus the
    • I said before that Venus wards off the rest of the universe. She does
    • not interested in things of a physical, material nature as such, but
    • wrest man away from what is determined by destiny and make him into a
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    • that life becomes less interesting through the fact that the riddles
    • to a certain sphere of interests connected with their reciprocal
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    • say, our soul's interest in the surrounding world which makes itself
    • interested. Such interest as is often woven from the very first
    • if in his heart and mind he had a definite and living interest in the
    • dead person. Interests of heart and feeling must always be the
    • shall speak presently.) Some interest of heart and feeling must be
    • and in all the emotional interest they have in the dead person. By
    • connected with the rest of the elemental world, but above all with
    • bear in his soul even more than mere interest or sympathy is able to
    • another kind of interest for the dead. Here on the earth we develop
    • Interests, sympathies and antipathies evolve in this way, which only
    • that we act. We arrange our life according to these interests and
    • wrong to imagine that the dead can possibly have the same interest as
    • — by all that lies inherent in our subjective interest, our
    • dead person can have any interest in such relationships between
    • of such interests. But we must also not imagine that the dead person
    • the dead has not a keen and living interest in the world of human
    • even in the physical world, interest ourselves in the subordinate
    • kingdoms, so do the dead interest themselves intensely in the human
    • of the dead to the living, in so far as it rests on Inspirations.
    • hostile, if we are without interest or sympathy for our
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    • we sleep, or rather, through the fact that we rest during our sleep,
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    • own personal interests, to be able to see how untruthfulness glitters
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    • being. This relation is one extremely interesting to study when with
    • Now it is extremely interesting, — I have said
    • extremely interesting and important to follow the evolution of
    • language rests upon the agreement of which I have just spoken. And
    • world, also rests upon it; the inner completeness of thought
    • belonging to the Indian culture rests also upon this agreement. In
    • purest temperament, is itself a product of that temperament. That is
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    • able to interest himself in them intensely and directly. But as the
    • because one only sees, as a rule, what is nearest to one, so in this
    • case bodies of people separate themselves from the rest.
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    • according to their own nature, we find that their chief interest lies
    • his physical body. These Spirits of Form have no particular interest
    • which the Spirits of Form take no particular interest; for that is a
    • normally still have no interest in man. So that we must say: the
    • which only comes in about his twentieth year, have no direct interest
    • the whole, a premature existence, one that forestalls much that
    • connected with what we might call a wrestling-through of the human
    • the earth planet, those Spirits whose greatest interest is to make
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    • activity of the Thrones being arrested by the Spirits of Motion, —
    • rest. True, it would not be so fluidic as the present sea; it would
    • element, which was brought to rest by the Spirits of Form, —
    • the waves, and bring them to rest and into form. For this reason
    • to rest. Behind them there are the Spirits of Motion. In their
    • the nearest Beings and they dance upon the surface upon which we
    • those forces which stream in from outside. Let us take those nearest
    • nearest domain above the physical world in which this fabric can be
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    • to him in the sighing of the wind, in the rustling of the forest, in
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    • interesting to notice this, for when we observe how the Folk-spirits,
    • exceptionally interesting in the course of post-Atlantean evolution.
    • hierarchies; and then occurred the most remarkable and interesting
    • and this second renunciation is particularly interesting, especially
    • Those of you who dwell in the North will be interested
    • closely. The following question will especially interest you: How did
    • Mythology; and, in doing so, the description of the very interesting
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    • this fact prevented the Easterner from interesting himself at the
    • Spirits of Wisdom. They were especially interested in these. The
    • were pre-eminently interested in them. The peoples belonging to the
    • souls. Hence these peoples were nearest to that which we know as the
    • early elementary stage of soul-life, is above all interested in
    • Hence the Germanic Scandinavians have an interest in an angelic
    • macrocosm and how he rests in it.
    • Now it is interesting to see how in the Germanic
    • able to acquire a direct interest in the inweaving of still higher
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    • clairvoyance had for a long time vanished in the rest of Europe,
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    • It is extremely interesting to study these advance
    • It is very remarkable and extremely interesting to see
    • little interest he has in the details of this Western European
    • interesting to see how, under this influence, a much more advanced
    • disputes, and which in reality rest upon great misunderstandings, is
    • spiritual must be clearly distinguished. The concept of Christ rests
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    • other. In the same way Odin wrestles with the Fenris Wolf, whereby
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    • studying the corpse they learn about the bones and the rest of the organism. By
    • and leaving the rest of their fellow-beings in a state of ignorance. But the
    • between the head and the rest of the human structure. Without this insight we
    • cannot perceive the inner, organic connection between the head and the rest of
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    • wrestling with the problem of the significance of the divining-rod,
    • in the clearest way possible the relation of spiritual science to these
    • stress on at the beginning; I wish to interest, not to convince. But
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    • he too is shut off from the cosmos and comes nearest to the God who
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    • rest are gods: that makes artistic study a matter of storytelling.
    • and about us is the rest of the human world, and indeed ourselves;
    • to be nights during which human faculties pass into a sort of rest
    • change and metamorphosis. But this rest period of the human faculties
    • during which sculpture rested, there appeared the Christian ideal: an
    • stand. Look at his Madonnas; in the earliest phase the child rests
    • upon us, we shall find that what really interests us is not the thing
    • to describe it, interests us much more than the content, the story
    • brought it to a standstill and the Pope transferred his interests
    • Painting nor sculpture now can lull to rest
    • Painting nor sculpture now can lull to rest
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    • certain restrictions inevitably imposed upon us by cosmic laws, the
    • away, forests are maltreated and the wood transported ... many more
    • the 15th/16th century. Humanity was wrested away from the genii of
    • and find much that is imperfect in our Building, they may rest
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    • of Karma. And it should meet an objective and historical interest to
    • Theosophical principles can be looked upon as interesting doctrines,
    • pronounced EGOISM. Egoism is restrained falsehood.
    • If we do not go beyond our own interests, if we have no understanding
  • Title: Lecture: The Inexpressible Name, Spirits of Space and Time.
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    • that today people are chiefly interested in the soul's life
    • after death. Out of pure egoism they take an interest in the life of
    • to take an interest in the life of the soul from birth onwards
    • soul-spiritual existence, with the same longing and the same interest
    • much interest for any other thing, for they do not care much for that
    • One result of this egoistic interest in the life after death is the
    • consequence, human interests have grown narrower, a trait which may
    • increasing, intelligent egoism restricts human interests.
    • destinies. They are filled with the breath of egoistic interests.
    • Each person has his own egoistic interest. External schematic
    • similarities in these interests, often due to a common profession,
    • because the human souls are only filled by interests which appeal to
    • they need, when human interests have grown wider, when they have
    • interest in this element transcending the personal destinies, we
    • spheres pertaining to purely egoistic, personal human interests. If
    • untruth, and does not change it. Only if we begin to take an interest
    • of that egoism which only reaches up to the nearest Divinity; i.e.,
    • that the people who take an interest in the representative edifice of
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    • consider what lies nearest to us, the earthly plane.
    • to read. But at that moment the book did not interest him as much
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    • he must pass through the rest of earth evolution in such a way as
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    • make an interesting discovery. The abstract concept, it denotes
    • make in the physical world, the nearest approach to moral working is
    • hold of the traveler in his entire being; but then, it wrests itself
    • rest, allowed himself to take the knowledge from his companions. He
  • Title: Lecture: How Can the Destitution of Soul in Modern Times Be Overcome?
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    • secluded from the rest of mankind. Hence the difficulty of getting to
    • interest will have to be felt for SOCIAL UNDERSTANDING. In this term
    • interest in, humanity will be aroused. There will be people with
    • knowledge of man, practical, effectual interest in humanity, this is
    • enemies of true social interests, though only too little heed is
    • to become matters of general interest. This is a necessity for social
    • interest himself in it and for this reason claims our attention.
    • the satisfying of man's super-sensible interests, and therefore as
    • is so extraordinarily interesting for just this reason: that, as we
    • attacked, we ought also to interest ourselves when, for once in a way
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    • soul-and-spirit sickness of our age comes to clearest expression; for a
    • rest content with looking at life in any superficial way; it is
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    • anthrosposophical interests.
    • will show us how intimately the interests of Agriculture are bound
    • From one aspect or another, all interests of human life belong to
    • does not derive his judgment from field and forest and the breeding
    • ourselves thereby. Two very different sets of interests are
    • interest us. For these are the forces involved in all that reproduces
    • quickened or restrained? By what means can the influences of Moon or
    • plant coniferous forests, where the Saturn-forces play so great a
    • part, the result will be different if you plant the forest in a
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    • works upon the rest of our organism, notably in childhood, but also
    • which I may call the terrestrial or earthly — that process
    • the soil the immediate terrestrial process.
    • say, what in the plant is cosmic, and what is terrestrial or earthly.
    • are interested in these matters should develop their knowledge above
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    • they remain within restricted spheres. We must look out into the wide
    • you of what Mercury and Venus and the rest are doing. He knows it
    • which has always awakened the keen interest of our dear friend
    • calcium. Then indeed it gives no rest at all. It wants to feel and
    • plant-nature. Time and again, this must be wrested away from it. How
    • nothing more but rests content in itself. That is the
    • silica-nature. It has indeed come to rest in itself.
    • everywhere around us;.moreover it rests in itself — it makes no
    • we should feel as the very superior gentleman who wrests away all
    • that can be wrested from the clutches of the limestone, carries it
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    • tended more and more to the investigation of minute, restricted spheres.
    • which they feel able to draw from the investigation of narrow and restricted
    • live cannot possibly be judged from such restricted aspects.
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    • which rest on completely false premises — which are a mere outcome
    • from the air. These forces must somehow be restored. After a time, the
    • once before. It restores order when the ether-body is working too strongly,
    • prophylactically to combat or to arrest any harmful plant diseases.
    • wood or forest. That is what happens, once it has thus become inwardly
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    • nothing to arrest its influence upon our weeds. For there are wet years
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    • and genera, and all the rest that we are then supposed to know. Yet
    • humanity has no idea how greatly farming and forestry
    • from the woods and forests! Then you will feel the difference between
    • woods and forests as a whole — they have their very life through
    • and the sub-terrestrial animal world. From the tree we can best learn
    • to the rest of the root-world — that is, they become associated
    • fast emerges here: Certain of these sub-terrestrial creatures (which,
    • of the air is always in mutual relation to the woods or forests, which
    • laws in districts where forest, Field and meadow alternate, than in
    • rich in forests long before man did anything—for in certain matters
    • if there is forest by Nature in a given district, it has its good use
    • the forest in such districts, but to preserve it well. Moreover, the
    • then we should set to work and make some clearings in the forest
    • to be wooded, the regulation of woods and forests
    • we rest content with the abstract repetition of words: “Man consists
    • has not the “needle-wood” or coniferous forests
    • to the coniferous forests, then we perceive another kinship. It emerges
    • essence of what is harmful. For just as the coniferous forests are intimately
    • creatures, will keep them away from the rest. For the mushrooms and
    • look for a due distribution of wood and forest, orchard and shrubbery,
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    • Fruit-tree and forest by their very presence develop this astrality.
    • but they continue to use them, and for the rest, they make experiments
    • true mystic. I can only become a true mystic if I am restful and quiet.
    • it. Now the tomato is one of the most interesting subjects of study.
    • of interested persons, not actually farmers, to share in this Course.
    • as a fresh and interesting chapter of anthroposophical teaching? The
    • — from persons who are merely interested — then indeed “the
    • owing to their general interest and who are not in the Agricultural
    • Circle, must exercise the necessary self-restraint. They must keep it
    • approve it in the very fullest sense. For the rest — except for
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    • wrested from them by Ahriman-Mephistopheles, fetched up out of their
    • engendering interest — deep interest in one soul for the other. For in
    • Man, one thing remains alike, because it is still in its beginning. The rest
    • Do ye arrest, in ever-during thought!
    • Do ye arrest, in ever-during thought!
    • there the Eternal stands at rest in the form of an enduring thought, and we
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    • organism (we will restrict ourselves to the skeleton). We must not
    • rest in regard to the reality of our knowledge. From the standpoint
    • minds at rest by leaning upon the external reality.
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    • sound power of judgment, an interest in the true relationships of
    • interest in everything life offers, but especially a certain moral
    • forth these forces resting in the depths of his soul. First, a
    • like. That objections from this side rest on ignorance of the facts
    • reality can give. His newest book is extraordinarily interesting from
    • gourmets, and the rest of the spiritual world, which does not taste
    • extraordinarily interesting that when he gives in to his healthy
    • It is very interesting how he expresses himself about a knowledge
    • humanity. It is most interesting and instructive that the best
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    • of mankind and seeing the amount of elemental unrest felt today
    • between the unrest of today and this harping on ‘simple
    • elemental restlessness being the result of this obdurate
    • its bodily nature, from the rest of the body, particularly the limb
    • the thinking activity of the head were to spread into the rest of
    • the rest of our body combine to illuminate for us the inner forces at
    • from the point of view of symptoms. As man's outlook is restricted
    • pathological way, so that people feel it as inner unrest, as a
    • interested for decades, as I have, in the beginning made in German
    • interest he takes in this spiritual life, if he does so in such a way
    • and the rest — that this spiritual life leads straight into
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    • certain forest trees remain what is called evergreen through winter.
    • that when we walk through the forest, we have not only the trees
    • firmament of heaven nearest to the Earth. As we look with our eyes on
    • much more restricted consciousness, it embraces a smaller circle of
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    • our interest with what has to be done, that we should acquire ever
    • more and more interest in those things of which humanity in our time
    • be interested in that of which humanity has need, and gain a clear
    • New Year it is specially good to turn the interest of our circle
    • great objective interests of the whole of humanity.
    • People will never be able to take the right interest
    • how important it is to be interested in such things, how lacking in
    • responsibility to permit our interest in them to be
    • interested only in what concerns ourselves personally, we must
    • develop interest in the great concerns of the whole of humanity. It
    • advantage. We should be interested in establishing, alongside the
    • this would put the latter in a false position, unless he interests
    • interest himself in the progress of the general condition, of
    • more than interested in the matter, but we must bear in our souls
    • such interest for the affairs of humanity if we wish to
    • Science. We still often think that we understand the great interests
    • of humanity, because we frequently interpret our personal interests
    • as if they were the greatest interests of mankind.
    • souls is that we may be enkindled and inspired by the great interests
    • within ourselves true interests in the great universal cause of
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    • parasite upon the rest of the organism. This is not so. If a brief
    • Westerner's head is separated from the rest of his body by a long
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    • resting in the womb of the Gods, had gazed upon Him.
    • wholeness, it is the very purest, noblest expression of the
    • clairvoyant consciousness rest upon these pictures on the physical
    • represents the very purest essence that the spiritual
    • until the earth was ready to bring forth her fairest blossom
    • fairest flower of humankind could spring from the purest
    • man was still hardly material, still resting as an
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    • receive, studying them and resting content that we have a
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    • what is lying nearest to us, that we are able to observe, to cover
    • rhythm right into the brain processes and into the rest of the
    • dost embrace nothing charming or ingratiating, but requirest
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    • the true text, as we can still restore it from the LXX., makes
    • interesting finding of occult research. You know that when a man
    • It is interesting to realise
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    • connection — no inner interest of the soul in the cramming, or
    • themselves a chance in the restless bustle of modern life; they do
    • out in this way systematically, and every such restraint will
    • it is not easy to restrain your antipathy. Nevertheless, one need not
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    • is, in the first place, quite independent of man and the rest of the world.
    • reality that engages our higher interests) as a whole. When we are
    • that although the structure of space has no special interest at first
    • interesting to follow such an extension of mathematical operations
    • a very interesting thing — that what men had to strive for in earlier
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    • head apart from the rest. But, looking at this formation as a whole,
    • lightly or more strongly, as required in order to restrain the forces
    • come to the rest of the human body, I can make no progress if I form and
    • work plastically from within outwards. This is very interesting.
    • being and, to a certain extent, mould all the rest around the
    • cosmos to the human form at rest. And as one gives expression to what
    • human form at rest. Then, concentrating on man's inner life,
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    • destruction in the inner being of man must take an interest in the
    • after one has spoken to mankind for many years of the interests connected
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    • process of bone-formation that has been arrested before
    • the Earth will fall away from us; Ahriman, whose only interest is
    • into Earth-evolution but restricted his claims for domination in
    • intellect are related. Before men were obliged to wrestle with
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    • For instance, the following case is very interesting (I do not know
    • was really interested only in the Father-principle. What kind of thoughts
    • people interested in the connection between Father, Son and Holy
    • — it does not interest them.
    • one for himself. At first they interest me, each one for himself.
    • interesting at a special point in the history of the Theosophical
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    • tremendously interested in himself that the whole world
    • is little given to cultivating so great an interest in the
    • spiritual world. The interest in the spiritual world must be
    • works for the rest. But just imagine in our present
    • civilisation each man trying to live and work for the rest!
    • Nineveh, and the rest, were able to develop real forces of
    • connected with agrarian interests, with the care of land and
    • population which has an interest in preserving certain forms
    • me, there certainly seems nothing remarkably interesting
    • interested if a pig suddenly started running about and
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    • instead of riding home, he rode into a neighbouring forest,
    • interesting. Raying out over him her forces, as it were, she
    • Hierarchies nearest to man.
    • happened in his paternal city, he rides into a forest. He
    • definite summons of this woman he sees himself in the forest
    • his forest. Now he is really surrounded by all that is
    • his side, albeit he now has the physical forest around him.
    • it is particularly interesting to see how this happened. Her
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • dispense with his head, and out of the rest of himself
    • and the terrestrial. There can be no understanding of the
    • in the mother's body an extra-terrestrial influence works
    • the rest of us the element of strength is present in radial
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    • experiences restored to us by our anthroposophical conception
    • unrestrained dancing and music. Admittedly there was not yet
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    • of special interest in the study of human evolution; for an
    • Goethe — I refer to Schopenhauer. Since his time, interest in
    • world-conception that did not attempt to wrestle with all the facts
    • above terrestrial life.” According to Schopenhauer, the
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    • interest concerning every mature man and woman shall be arbitrated by
    • five fingers and cover the rest of him up, so in Spiritual Science we
    • social relationship between the doctors and the rest of the
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    • in the cosmic Word. Thus it is particularly interesting to understand
    • pronounce a B or a P, an L or an M, in each case it rests upon the
    • nervous activity of the nervous system — and restores it to the
    • stars at rest, and behind it the wandering planets. Whenever a planet
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    • restores them to the soul of man. It endeavours to bring afresh and
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    • Although a tiny rest of scholastic realism remained, electricity then
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    • inner nature and essence. An idea that remains at rest will not
    • suffice. No idea that remains at rest within itself can reproduce the
    • rest in the middle. We go through the world by placing ourselves with
    • our Feeling restfully into the world. The star-fish
    • rest within itself. When, as it were, it turns its attention to the
    • are sending forth a ray.’ The star-fish has no restfulness in
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    • to arouse human interest in the deepest sense of the word, but also
    • interesting studies are concerned with layers of the earth's surface
    • it is an interesting and generally known fact that the upper layers —
    • and therefore the youngest of our terrestrial material —
    • remains of animal life rest, as it were, on others, and such others,
    • fossil-carrying layers of our earth are resting on some other layer
    • layers upon which the life-carrying layers are resting, and study
    • the earth, everything else rests. Intuitively, Goethe
    • to myself: There you are resting directly on ground which reaches
    • here we see a very interesting dispute being carried on as recently
    • all terrestrial formations are the result of fire-processes and that
    • And it is interesting to hear what Goethe says about this lower layer:
    • In the innermost bowels of the earth it (this layer) rests, firm and
  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • majority of people who take no interest in the things of the spirit. I
    • we begin to think about these things it is interesting to find that it
    • as human beings, take our head-organisation and the rest of the organisation
    • interesting to observe how into the holes which arise through our ears
    • matter coming from the rest of the organism. By means of his thinking
    • so doing we gain an outlook on life which does not rest simply and
    • nothing but a nebulous mysticism. Neither does it rest on a purely
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    • done soon, otherwise the fairest fruits of our work will be lost
    • not interested in Christ, and never have been. They do not feel any
    • Bodhisattvas — but no one was particularly interested in
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    • extraordinarily interesting to follow this in the Akashic
    • divided into two parts by the force of the arrested and dammed up
    • renounced the acceptance of the sacrifice wrested themselves free,
    • we have also seen certain conditions wresting themselves free from it
    • were made that a column might be erected and the weight rested on
    • or less interest to him although he might perhaps not understand them
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    • the nearest external phenomena away from our field of vision and
    • sacrificial substance, excludes it at first from the rest of the
    • Universe. If (1) fire represents the purest sacrifice — and
    • restore it its natural colour even if we dye it.
    • be compared to a man who could restore his grey hair to its natural
    • interesting that another aspect of what has just been said, can also
    • historical happenings; they obtained the rest clairvoyantly. But
    • cleverest thought-out objections to Anthroposophy may all agree with
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    • They are not at all interested in looking for the roots of
    • interest me to know if anyone faced with the question as to
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    • be brought in. Mercury and Salt have been resting; now the
    • elected to the House of Commons. This and the rest of his
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    • objective interest in what goes on in the world, if they are
    • essentially only interested in anything that relates to
    • interested in the content, but more in the feeling of
    • interest — let us say he wants to belong to a society
    • this Society with personal interests may indeed find that
    • in any way bring personal interests to bear, before or after
    • distinguish between personal interests and interest in
    • merely personal interest really have learned to work hard in
    • acquire general interests.
    • more than personal interest. Nevertheless, the present age
    • next. Outer interest may have been lacking, but excitement
    • true nature of the interest that formerly made them travel
    • more interest in excitement and sensation than genuine
    • scientific interest. From the scientific point of view it is,
    • for instance, interesting to study not only useful but also
    • because they are interested in finding and revealing
    • important interests and impulses than to the purely personal
    • is about the only thing that interests them today.
    • real interests go far beyond giving one's attention to the
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    • have knowledge does belong to the physical world; the rest is
    • interesting phenomenon, one I would ask you to take a really
    • interesting that such things happen every now and again.
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    • the head and the rest of the body. The human head is an
    • the rest of the body. The construction of the human head is
    • clearly, which was the original intent. The rest of the body
    • human evolution on earth. The rest of the body was meant to
    • The rest of
    • body condensed to become the rest of the human body, which of
    • not without interest to say this, because a certain cleric
    • in the days ahead, for it is very interesting and very
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    • interesting if biographies told us more about the teachers;
    • some interesting things would then emerge. But we would not
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    • in the rest of the world today.
    • one of the few who have shown an interest in my writings and
    • for the rest are mostly repeating what they are saying. Which
    • original. It should be rather interesting, quite a joke in
    • interests us, however, is the reason why the Americans liked
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    • is that people interested in education should enter into the
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 13: The Fallen Spirits' Influence in the World
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    • interesting to consider the decades from the 1840s onwards,
    • interesting to see how he refers to this in his preface:
    • interest of the spirit in the spirit was getting less and
    • tremendously interesting, for it points directly to what
    • is of interest when one considers such an individual who is
    • at the university, for there was no interest in Part 2. When he
    • In deeds of purest love that never tire,
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    • interesting statement that it was not how Darwin overcame
    • But if you ignore the driver, you will find it interesting to
    • does not take much interest in these matters how old history
    • cannot be a science unless it rests on this type of
    • rest are pulled along. They are persuaded, however, that they
    • interesting to note that in 1910 someone wrote that large
  • Title: Lecture: Fall and Redemption
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    • an effort to speak a cosmic, extraterrestrial language. That
    • base to be able to grasp the world in its extraterrestrial
    • turn our eye to the extraterrestrial world, for only the plants are
    • extraterrestrial, for the animals are ruled by forces that are
    • extraterrestrial. I showed you this yesterday with respect to
    • also meets the extraterrestrial. The whole animal world is
    • explainable in terms of the extraterrestrial. And even more so the
    • human being. But when one begins to speak of the extraterrestrial,
    • about the extraterrestrial must grow within a truly
    • extraterrestrial being. And that is identical with what we can call
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    • forestillinger som peker hen på Kristus. Men hjertets
    • tilstede. Men alle de Kristus-forestillinger som vi da kan gi
    • forestillinger som fra da av er besjelet av Kristusimpulsen,
    • danne seg forestillinger, å tenke. Evnen til å tenke
    • indre tenkende forestillingsevne. Hvis mennesket selv vil det
    • inne i oss som erindrede tanker og forestillinger og som
    • gjennem hver eneste forestilling. Og hvis vi således
    • beliver våre forestillinger, vil Kristus leve med i
    • Under den forestående
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    • For us today it is abstract. In fact, there has been an interesting
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    • and commercial interests. A movable Easter may be inconvenient for
    • interests of our time will gain the day and Easter will become a
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    • us in the gigantic trees of the primeval forest, or those growing on
    • plants. And it is rather interesting to see the fine and subtle mind
    • natural scientific concepts? Extensive, mighty forests — so says
    • the earth rests within itself, we must be able to think of its
    • from the earth allow the resting winter condition of the earth to
    • the earth rests in its own ego, closed off within itself, retaining
    • this, and this is interesting, because this discovery has repeatedly
    • primeval forest, before the quiet violet or lily of the valley, and
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    • interesting. We must not forget that he was a man of genius.
    • Mysteries sought to restrain the corresponding evils by
    • religions had to restrain and regulate and give the proper
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    • and restricts himself to a science purely and simply founded
    • most restricted circles, or else they worked with antiquated
    • mind into a full and living interest in these calculations of
    • widen out the souls horizon, to extend the circle of interest
    • interest, and there is only one way to attain it: to fill the
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    • upon this matter. Likewise on the other side, the rest of the
    • the rest of his body, with the centre in the heart, to the
    • nature. With our head we go quicker than with the rest of our
    • gone ‘ahead’ of the rest of our body by a whole
    • the course of life in the head, and in the rest of the human
    • and the rest are far more perilous idols of superstition than
    • humanity were attached to theirs. Even the clearest signs
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    • sensory world without any special interest or a close connection
    • that in order to have a living interest for the environing world,
    • processes, thus giving rise to the whole wealth of interest in
    • accustomed to find in science and which interest us
    • immense importance to those who are interested in modern
    • civilization, just as interesting as the facts which I explained
    • upon a spine which has a vertical direction. It rests upon the
    • gravity. The human head is really something which rests upon the
    • much interest in it) let me express the following fact:
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    • earth. The rest of an ancient wisdom enabled man to know that the
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • of the universe modern people show a deep interest for everything
    • interest in the problems which will form the subject of my three
    • designated as nervousness and restlessness. One does all manner
    • the truth of abnormal observations which interest those people
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    • conveyed a soul-spiritual content. The forest did not only rustle
    • in an inarticulate way; the rustling forest spoke to them the
    • thought, the purest, most light-filled form of soul life. But the
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    • may perhaps appear highly interesting to some, because such
    • service of technical-earthly interests, it is, cruelly speaking,
    • may, however, occur that someone who is not interested in the
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    • were frequently alone in their striving, isolated from the rest
    • we preserve our keen interest in every concrete detail of earthly
    • always to be preserved within more restricted circles, in order
    • to emerge from the rest of mankind as small groups forming a kind
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    • rests in his grave: the man who was led astray by Lucifer and passed
    • through sin, rests in his grave. He has united himself with the
    • longer romp and wrestle on Sundays. They had really to lead what is
    • Everything rests upon our being able to awaken in ourselves that
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    • Paradise. In this story we see the thought suggested that Adam rests
    • who was misguided by Lucifer; he rests in the grave and he unites
    • prejudice. It rests on the prejudice that, it is not permissible to
    • Since then, this eye rests in my depths
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    • personality of Zarathustra is all the more interesting to us in that
    • own course in the world and nothing can arrest the progress of the
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    • reason for the great interest evinced to-day in Egyptian culture, but
    • words. It must therefore be of great interest to us to understand how
    • drawn from the Zodiac in its condition of comparative rest, and from
    • constellations, of a cosmic element that is at rest; the relations of
    • Egyptian epoch this no longer appears in its purest form. For just as
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    • interesting to learn the real impulse of the insect which flutters
    • butterfly's wings! It is really most interesting to note that when I say
    • one realises that after all light, air and all the rest should be taken
    • present-day science just dismisses all the rest. It is all shelved and
    • no interest in a pensioner nor has further use for him beyond paying his
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    • able really to go out of himself in love, loving his nearest as himself,
    • what came of it? It was something very interesting. I simply set myself
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    • como unido al Sol, pasó a la evolución terrestre y junto con
  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • want to restrict ourselves to those means of attaining knowledge which
    • suffer from sleeplessness, then it rests with us to explain the
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    • precarious position, because those conceptions themselves rest
    • description of the lion species interests me, so in the
    • individual human being I am interested in his biography. I have
    • principles by the aid of which he tries to explain the rest of
    • the clearest thinkers of the day, “The idea of creation ...
    • believers” have no interest in these riddles, one of which
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    • Francesco Redi. Quite interesting details might be gathered
    • education or in historical evolution, rests on the fact that
    • rest. What is used up is compensated for by something new,
    • necessarily called forth. Remembrance rests, namely, on a
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    • already learned to know, in previous lectures, the nearest
    • present time; but his knowledge is restricted to the mineral
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    • with, if only introductorily. It is the restoration or
    • his entire life remained striving, with rest, to
    • but this occupied him only as a secondary interest. An
    • A restless heaving,
    • forest and water, in the still bush, in the giant pine, in
    • rest, but endeavors to make still further progress. We then
    • sensually interesting for him who will see only the exterior
    • interest is eradicated. Only then can we really grasp the
    • almost immaterial what I may do during the rest of my life on
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    • feelings during the rest of the year, so that we may
    • something may stream out into the rest of our anthroposophical
    • ‘Then I ascended on the forest-mount,
    • ‘I wandered on in Argos' fairest land —
    • Of purest gold: and on his head a diadem
    • without love — the fairest thing in human evolution, to
    • Jesus-Child, cast out by the rest of mankind, thrown into a
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    • interesting point for us is the fact that the books of
    • extraordinarily interesting to study a University discourse
    • Galileo could not rest till he had found out for himself what
    • another, from one animal form to another. It is interesting
    • can a man wrest more from life
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    • interest, particularly in reference to the fact that Goethe's
    • of his life. There is an interesting memorandum extant on the
    • the unprogressive. There is an interesting fact in this
    • palaeontologists there is an inclination to restrict their
    • interesting personality, a truly remarkable man, who wrote a
    • supposed to be incompetent. And here we have the interesting
    • take an interest in the tendency of ordinary learning and
    • necessary to settle any question of special interest. This is
    • as separate from the rest; everything intermingled in his
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    • possible interests place themselves as hindrances in the way,
    • faithful often hold the purest charlatanerai for pure truth,
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    • resting there in the soul's depths without man's consciousness
    • is tending. For the soul can no longer rest satisfied with what
  • Title: Lecture: Matter Incidental to the Question of Destiny
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    • interest and real devotion. ‘Vischer with a V’ as he is
    • loving interest what the school was like, — in all its
    • for the rest — he deals with the purely modern life of
    • is not without interest (let me make this remark, once more, in
    • interesting piece of news. But when they had finished their
    • There is another interesting case — a man not unlike the
    • are dead by now!) he wrote an interesting narrative, a short
    • such societies. It will be one of the most interesting things
  • Title: Lecture: Hereditary Impulses and Impulses from Previous Earth Lives
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    • all-embracing human interests. So says John Stuart Mill, and
    • reduction of all things to the interests of the ledger,
    • occult brotherhoods exist, they have the deepest interest in
    • interests would have emerged. But it all took a strange
    • interests of pure humanity. You, by this time, should be in a
    • in their interest that a Chinaman of all people should now be
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    • above the Angeloi, Archangeloi and the rest. Those above all
    • interests him, that is to say, interests him so far as the
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    • Before the forest full of joy he spies
    • Anxiety and dread disturb our rest.
    • By nature destined for repose and rest:
    • With care the merest trifle that occurred,
    • One day I shall no more restrain my zeal,
    • invigorates the rest of mankind. There are such brotherhoods,
    • effect on the rest of mankind.
    • Fraternity and restfulness and prayer.
    • In silent prayer profoundly wrapt they rested;
    • soul, and when he is awakened by a sign from his short rest he
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    • are involved in the interplay of cosmic and terrestrial forces. It is
    • observing the ego-interests of these Beings. Picture to yourselves
    • is extremely interesting to observe this relationship when, with
    • evolution of mankind. It is most interesting and instructive to
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    • immediate and lively interest. But since the picture would otherwise
    • interested in the phenomenal world perceived through the senses. The
    • split off from the rest; the Spirit of the Age visibly gains the
    • transferred to this portion what have become the vital interests of
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    • of the ego-organization. And this implies that their chief interest
    • interest in the development of the physical body since this is really
    • holds little interest for the Spirits of Form since it is a
    • normal Spirits of Form show no interest. The three life-periods,
    • terrestrial forces emanating from the soil which can influence man
    • terrestrial forces which imprint on man the characteristics of early
    • the forces which determine his physical organism, the terrestrial
    • influence of the terrestrial forces of India to which he had already
    • being so that he may perceive the terrestrial forces that determine
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    • the ever moving forms could not be brought to rest. In that event, it
    • peninsula in the South from the rest of Europe. How is one to account
    • upon the waves, brought the ever moving forms to rest and moulded
    • element which was brought to rest by the Spirits of Form — this
    • dance upon the waves and bring them to rest and mould them into form.
    • Beings nearest to us and they “dance upon” the surface of
    • is interwoven with all terrestrial activity and works chiefly in the
    • stream in from outside, the Spirits of Form who are nearest to us,
    • restore a proper harmony between them. Man is involved in this
    • nearest realm above the physical world in which it is possible to
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    • isolated from the rest.
    • of the abnormal Spirits stream down upon the Earth are arrested by
    • in the murmuring of the forest, in the surging of the waves, in the
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    • interesting phenomenon, for when we observe how the Folk Spirits, or
    • about to touch upon something exceptionally interesting in the course
    • achieved. A most remarkable and interesting event now occurred. At a
    • second instance is of particular interest to students of Spiritual
    • of you who live in Scandinavia will be interested in something which
    • will be of particular interest to you: What form did the activity of
    • the very interesting characteristics of Germanic mythology, and also
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    • Beings were of special interest to them. The spiritual Beings of
    • understand them to some extent and they were particularly interested
    • these peoples were nearest to the events that took place in old
    • working directly upon his soul; he saw the human soul wresting its
    • man has an interest in an Angel-being who is endowed with special
    • it is interesting to see how the events of those times are portrayed
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    • analyse that lecture, not from a disinterested point of view, but
    • development of terrestrial man who was destined gradually to acquire
    • Ahrimanic. It was in Persia in particular that men wrestled with the
    • wrestle with Ahriman. They feared the external world and regarded it
    • the rest of Europe still survived in the North. Only slowly, step by
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    • clothed seemingly in the barest of thoughts, the thought of “I
    • barest indications about these matters. If you compare them with the
    • development. It is extremely interesting to study these outposts of a
    • is most interesting to observe bow the Eastern European expresses his
    • his being. Hence also his limited interest in isolated aspects of
    • is particularly interesting to see how, under this influence, it has
    • polemics which in reality rest upon deep misunderstandings, because
    • clearly distinguished. The concept of Christ rests upon a clear
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    • wrestles with the Fenris Wolf and does not prevail.
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    • when Socrates first wrested scientific thinking from the old unified
    • respects this results in a certain reserve, a certain restraint,
    • rightly by coupling what arrests one's attention by its strong
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    • path; here another who has no interest in the world. That is
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    • concerned with the guidance of mankind which is nearest to man, we
    • guidance at the point where it is nearest to man. They are at work
    • another, and when we say that the Angels were the leaders nearest to
    • in human bodies and mixed with the rest as real men. Legends are to
    • in its purest form the human individuality. It could be said that
    • restricted to His life for three years in the sheaths of Jesus of
    • derived from the purest Christ Impulse, which should guide humanity
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    • in the first scene of the second Play, after he has wrestled with
    • concern of our own, we are not doing anything merely in the interests
    • degree of disinterestedness, whereas usually the human being wants to
    • allowed to rest at this as their goal, but that other forces then
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    • Mysteries, who had to wrestle with the great riddle of the Sphinx.
    • purest way not only into the unconscious part of the human being, but
    • to describe this instreaming in its purest form from above? We know
    • departure there entered into this body the purest part of that stream
    • pure white dove, which represents as it were the purest extract of
    • influence, which is the purest stream from above, will take hold of
    • accessible to us, and its purest extract, which previously,
    • peculiar quality. It arrests the astrality which rises up, prevents
    • current, but not for the astral one. The astral current is arrested
    • which are arrested by the brain have a certain power of attraction
    • this astral hood or cap, since they are not arrested by the brain,
    • light which falls upon a mirror is arrested and thrown back. Here we
    • far as his brain, where the astral part is arrested and the etheric
    • of man has been arrested earlier as a kind of inner aura in the
    • region of the heart. The true inner ego-aura is already arrested in
    • back in the heart. Just as the astral aura is arrested in the brain,
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    • passions, emotions and instincts. In the course of his terrestrial
    • the brain was the last human organ to be developed; the rest of the
    • set his mind at rest with the thought that the revelations of the
    • once be plunged into the severest of them, for our normal
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    • we restudy human evolution during the last few thousand years. Greek
    • and ideas. In the Madonnas and other works, the tenderest, most inward
    • all that the Earth can produce out of herself to something super-terrestrial
    • and pre-terrestrial. Spiritual Science teaches that even if we allow
    • in the foreground are here represented, makes us forget the rest of
    • purest Greek spirit.
    • resting beneath the soil of Italy, and to their souls in the rediscovered
    • this Greek culture could bring forth its fairest flower because the
    • about the Mass”, the fairest thing that the soul of man may
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    • to see that while the whole of Berlin was at that time really interested
    • in “clever Hans” for quite a long while, this interest should
    • have died out so soon. The short duration of people's interest in something
    • Very interesting experiences
    • a certain Dr. Pfunge — a most interesting pamphlet. After rejecting
    • consisting of 10 and even 12 figures. Suddenly he became restless. He
    • up to the point of being able to express something; the rest will come
  • Title: Lecture: The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
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    • which in the profoundest sense of the word belongs to the most interesting
    • our own days, interest in the Iliad and the Odyssey, — for this
    • interest is self-evident and universally human. Yet these epics set
    • us a very definite — even an interesting task. They must be taken
    • restricts itself to what is perceived by the external senses, to what
    • consideration of the national epics becomes specially interesting when we
    • interesting to me that one of the Runic writings, the “Kantela,”
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture I: The Michael Imagination
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    • a man who out of present-day spiritual knowledge wrestles his way through
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    • Sun-activity resting on Mary's arm, with the radiance of the stars
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    • human evolution so that man may be wrested from the Luciferic and
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    • however, is not at rest, but in majestic movement. This must be so,
    • the Earth, his forces stream up through the Earth and come to rest in
    • resting on the Earth, but as though held forth, using the forces of
    • and thirst, and not only restorative forces: they turn into forces
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    • restored to words a living meaning lets us recognise him as a
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    • certain separation and aloofness from the rest of
    • separating themselves from the rest of humanity; their
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    • had revived and restored to life the primal, original Hebrew
    • connected him with the rest of the world. The Christ Being had
  • Title: Lecture: The (Four) Great Virtues
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    • already at rest. If we do anything with our hands, we must use part
    • judgment, or decide something wisely, the organs remain at rest,
    • rest of the body we are closely connected, at least with our astral
    • Things which rest upon a spiritual-scientific foundation are like
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    • speaking, what is interesting about science is something
    • restore it if it is impaired, but not men who withdraw from
    • interested to know that the articles of faith thus
    • achieve it. When consciousness does learn to rest and rest
    • one position in which it remains at rest, and that is when its
    • a science only if they rest on something he can really
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    • if you start to discuss, with someone who is interested in these
    • examination by a true student of the soul, to rest on some
    • lungs, our heart, the whole of the rest of our organism, looked
    • cultivate a disinterested approach to these matters, it is
    • only where they rest upon a solid basis of sensory observation,
    • valid only when they rest upon this solid basis of sensory
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    • was originally instinctive to man is to be restored, despite
    • through the animation of our spiritual life, we must restore
    • restrained in each individual gesture and phrase. A
    • interest in various things connected with it, I have felt most
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    • rests on a democratic basis. The individual very largely
    • actually ordained by spiritual, extra-terrestrial powers and
    • awareness of how impulses from extra-terrestrial nature,
    • from extra-terrestrial spheres. When decadence later set in, it
    • as religious, as impulses of grace from extra-terrestrial
    • social configurations that rest on ecclesiastical and religious
    • associations that rest on a religious basis, that the
    • encounter this relationship in its purest form when we look
    • peculiar interest. In an extraordinarily significant treatise
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 8: The Problem (Asia-Europe)
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    • however, often really betray a certain philistinism, resting as
    • allow man to grow clear of social restrictions and of
    • point of view, it displays, in the last analysis, no interest
    • in social organization, only an interest in the strongly
    • For if we do develop the life of the soul, our interest in all
    • their own profession uninteresting. It may have become so,
    • of life becomes of interest. Whereas formerly what was
    • interesting was the nature of objects, in the future the
    • interest will lie in our knowing how our every activity is
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 9: Prospects of its Solution (Europe-America)
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    • interest them for a while by virtue of the piquancy of many
    • interested in “philosophical questions,” as they
    • and where the real obstacles and restrictions occur. I was for
    • and decisive. In consequence, art and science and the rest
    • conceivably interest them. They perform it as if faced with
    • interest — with consumption and the satisfaction of human
    • Their environment cannot interest them, nor what they do from
    • can find it interesting; what interests them first and
    • interest in and relationship with what they are doing. It
    • intellectual often have so little interest in their
    • interests. For that very reason it is obvious that we must
    • university education — has no genuine personal interest
    • members of the upper classes too, is not interested first
    • will that he is interested in — and will is
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    • from the rest of social life — has its own determinants,
    • active in any period, and all the rest of social life depends
    • help becoming increasingly cut off from any concrete interest
    • men's hearts. The democratic tendency will not rest easy until
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    • can. On this rests the true Spiritual evolution of
    • Spiritual progress of mankind rest3 finally on the fact that
    • and External Reality,” It is extremely interesting that
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    • developing interesting notions about hidden facts, but rather,
    • portray it in its direst colors, is greater than it was in
    • of the present time? It is based on self-interest, on the
    • sacrifice. It has nothing to do with self-interest, nothing to
    • offering—and no longer self-interest—so that what
    • points of view other than the law of wages and self-interest.
    • wave now turned into revolutionary unrest that soon spread over
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    • it desires to restrict everything that aspires to freedom
    • particularly interesting and significant because it shows
    • restrains them from an understanding of spiritual science.
    • must remember, such a man naturally calls the nearest spirit he
  • Title: Goethe's Secret Revelation: Lecture I
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    • objectivity of things, resting quietly in objects, in which
    • every man to ascend to such spheres of the purest
    • you the purest representative at the present stage of humanity of
    • delle Grazie cloister at Milan and in spite of recent restoration looks
    • curious manner; they are restless and fidgety, so that he is afraid
    • killing everything that lives, and restoring to life everything
    • touches him and thereby restores him to life. The Youth tries to
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    • for a human life to become fruitful for the rest of humanity in a
    •  Is rest,
    •  Thou too shalt rest.’
    • interesting to observe how these four stages of Goethe's
    • There he met people who must have interested him in one way
    • for the clearest thinking with relation to the world; and on the
    • interested himself in an objective manner in what Faust could
    • waited so long that the friends who had taken such a vivid interest
    •  Feels an interest in him,
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    • Thus all such explanations as rest on a basis of old
    • But everything that rests on study or might lead to a merely
    • restless, endeavouring to sleep,’ surrounded by spiritual
    •  A vigorous resolution to restore me,
    • of the Romans, is to be arrested. But he poses as a man possessed.
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    • all this rests on an extraordinary prejudice, for in forming
    • turned towards the Sun. The rest of the Earth that lay to left
    • and right, in front and behind — all the rest of the
    • bounded by the rest of Cosmic space; while on the other hand
    • for rest or from sheer laziness, was expressed by saying: I
    • forget what is far beyond the cleverest of them, — our
    • cleverest of our abstract thoughts. Anatomy and physiology know
    • Asia, then we have to see it as a land where purest rhythms
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    • one hand he was, as we now say, resting his body, the spiritual
    • sleep, while the body rested, they experienced the Beings of
    • Initiate also saw, with the rest, this spiritual host, but he
    • spiritual Beings that were the Pictures of the forest, the
    • forest devoid of Spirit. Theirs, however, was the
    • compensation of meeting in the forest Beings of the First
  • 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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    • the rest of the world. In all previous epochs man felt —
    • ceased to press, the form restored itself.
    • forces of the head rayed out over the whole of the rest of the
    • figure had been restored, and the statue was intact. Thanks to
    • tell him of what is nearest at hand, of what is in his
    • rest of the Hierarchies. Of all this one could still have as it
  • Title: World History: Lecture V: Mysteries of the East, West, and of Ephesus
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    • was wresting its way out of what we may call divine
    • Alexander made in his soul: to restore to the East what she had
    • lost; to restore it at least in the form in which it was
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    • we find growing up in the West a civilisation that rests wholly
  • Title: World History: Lecture VII: The Fifteenth Century and the Transition from Mind-Soul to Spiritual-Soul
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    • arms, and this is not uninteresting. Hold your arms close to
  • Title: World History: Lecture VIII: The Burning of the Ephesian Temple and the Goetheanum
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    • was with an infinite peace and rest that the pupils departed
    • it rests with us to find in the pain the urge to action, to
  • Title: World History: Lecture IX: World History in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • Thou livest in the resting Head
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    • all the rest of the anthroposophical world-view. But of course
    • believe, can take exception to it. For the rest, it is quite
    • inner unrest and perplexity. With the concepts and feelings
    • he employs inwardly, upon which he inwardly rests, with which
    • finally reach the stillness of the forest, it may be that all
    • noise of the world complete silence can be restored, equal to
    • gets a direct view of what rests within him and goes through
    • dwells in the body, but that it rests in the
    • come, which tend upward to the spiritual world; and that unrest
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    • This feeling of inner freedom is what comes clearest of all to man's
    • illegally, by the physical and etheric bodies. That simply rests in
    • Demons, as for the most part they were. And that rests on the fact
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    • sprouting, which arrest processes of growth. What is embedded
    • Astrology is either the purest dilettantism, or it can only
    • take no interest in discovering; what may be found at the
    • complete lack of interest mixed with utter frivolity whenever
    • interest towards a spiritual comprehension of the world is
    • soul, simply by interesting itself in the results of
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    • raised out of the rest of his being. Here in the lower part
    • interest for objective world-knowledge, for what occurs in
    • developed up to the purest thought-clarity. In this
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    • objective world? It is what may be called interest or
    • this word “interest” something is expressed which
    • of interest, than that one should devote oneself to thousands
    • proper interest in objects and beings. In our last lecture,
    • what may be described by the word interest, or
    • interest in it. There is something unhealthy or abnormal in
    • in which he takes an interest. It will more and more be
    • recognised that the impulse of interest is particularly
    • as regards mankind when we extend our interests, when we are
    • is awakened in the right manner if we take an interest in a
    • of extending our interests more and more and of widening our
    • universal love, but by the extension of our interests further
    • and further, so that we interest ourselves more and more in
    • and approach them with understanding. Right interest, right
    • interest unites us with it. The world loses us through
    • apathy and lack of interest in the world are morally evil in
    • interest in humanity and the world comes when we study
    • spiritual science. Wisdom is the fuel for interest and we may
    • explanation, that Anthroposophy arouses this interest in us
    • about that interest is produced as the result of
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    • epoch. In relation to the spiritual interests of humanity, the
    • man of his time, he also possessed a broad range of interests.
    • his father took a deep interest in them. Goethe's mother,
    • one-sidedly into life to be followed by the support of the rest
    • but that interested him immensely. It was
    • death, but we are not really interested in his quarrels and
    • we are always interested in his personality, so strong in
    • soul what is otherwise not of special interest, this had some
    • known in certain circles that were interested in this sort of
    • people with their various interests lived. But they often had
    • longed. Someone takes a walk in the forest; he then returns
    • Satyros, the deified forest devil who develops a veritable
    • an interest in him. The Gottfried of Berlichingen made a
    • do so. Every stone and plant interested him. How the multifold
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    • particularly interest them. Tired they certainly are not. The
    • crest, as it was in Goethe's Weimar years, the awakening that
    • Forest and Cave,
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    • an influence on the rest of humanity? How does it happen that
    • certain individuals are separated from the rest of humanity and
    • vivid activity in the rest of the human organization. It is,
    • the head in the waking state is exerted upon the rest of the
    • the rest of our organism when it is night for our sensory
    • reciprocally, it is night for the rest of our organism when it
    • is day for our head; that is, the rest of our organism is more
    • delicate. As I have pointed out in previous lectures, the rest
    • intimate relationship with the rest of his organism through the
    • especially active life in the rest of the organism, we must
    • create stands in the same relationship to what the rest of us
    • history! As a matter of fact, Schiller did deliver interesting
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    • interesting. But such is not the case. This must be recognized,
    • extraterrestrial relationships. The consciousness of these
    • who guided the earth from extraterrestrial regions, and what
    • interest will be the question where vocational life is going
    • thereby would take an interest in the forming and shaping of
    • no interest in how what he produced from morning until night
    • is that men must increasingly lose interest, as we can readily
    • very fact that this life becomes detached from human interests,
    • mechanism standing at rest and will know that to set it in
    • with the world of machinery, they, in a way, restore to this
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    • rests upon just this truth.
    • between the head and the rest of man's organism. His body is
    • rest of the organism, in accord with the role that it plays in
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    • Tubingen seminary, and so on. Now, the point that interested me
    • especially interesting — permit me to make this remark
    • simply be arrested.” Now, the end of the affair was that the
    • more interesting is a similar man, but one of nobler attitude
    • interesting novella, really a contemporary work of art. Just
    • their walls, from the rest of humanity. When the connection
    • are exposed, it will be exceedingly interesting. These occult
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    • clearest vision; they criticize what exists and yet labor
    • he expresses it, constant exclusion of general human interests
    • reduction to the interests of mercantile offices and bourgeois
    • among the uninformed that the interested individual can best
    • of numbers rest on nothing more; the problems are simply a
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    • tell in an interesting way how he was a man so much occupied
    • discoveries. It is interesting, therefore, to observe the man
    • Grace, which causes you to perceive my interest and induces you
    • set aside every other interest, and there is no position
    • service than I could otherwise do for the rest of my life. I do
    • the rest, he was simply to receive his support salary and
    • interest him. At least, I learned nothing of it from him.
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    • quite restricted. The emphasis that each places upon his own
    • interest to him — at least, in words — but which he can
    • men had an entirely different significance for the rest of
    • then He came, that Being who could again restore this force to
    • principle does the steam engine actually rest? It really rests
    • rests on the creation and use of a vacuum. In ancient times men
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    • restored to him through the appearance of Christ on earth. Read
    • earth into his spiritual kingdom. He had no interest in the
    • rest of earthly evolution but wanted only to possess what the
    • had an interest in guiding her into putting Lucifer in the
    • in ancient times is greatly underestimated. It was subdued and
    • because his interest for it is very limited. Take his very fine
    • that he has only a marginal interest in spiritual science. But
    • However, it is interesting that he wrote a novel whose hero
    • interesting thing for me has been that, in a curious way, much
    • interesting how the hero of this play is in search of spiritual
    • of death. After all, the most interesting thing in this play is
    • in front of me, reads as follows: “Myers will take an interest
    • Throughout, the pronouncements exhibit interesting examples of
    • by the media. The whole process is extremely interesting. Even
    • if only Sir Oliver, aside from the personal interest he took in
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    • of his people to the rest of the world, or when Houston
    • Priest brought forward something of the greatest interest. He
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    • physiognomy when at rest, reveals in the firm outlines of the
    • are the interesting features of what must work across the
    • These are weaving in things. And an interest — though
    • bourgeoisie increasingly loses interest in the great
    • printing works, and so on. And it is extremely interesting
    • has developed in this sphere, little interest has been really
    • interest in the real course of things. Individual people
    • of much interest. During this case Domitian changed suddenly
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    • just this purest sample of a ‘study-table’ product, —
    • you, and saw, that with this solitary exception all the rest
    • advantage of the situation, — whose interest it is to
    • ‘practical men’ interest themselves for what is
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    • with very interesting experiences. And the dominant note of
    • a socialist newspaper. They were the queerest Whitsun
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    • than the rest of the organism. We can see in this peculiar
    • we do not rest there but immerse ourselves in inspiration, we
    • considerably. Thus far, people have only interested
    • connection between the limb organism and the rest of the human
    • that rests upon it. For the truth winds its way against
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    • embracing judgment about their country. It is most interesting
    • about the American nation. It is interesting to compare these
    • have been particularly interested by this parallel phenomenon
    • is interesting to see how he succeeds in showing that American
    • the forests. And then he describes how the three most important
    • says, is achieved in wrestling with the matter in their souls;
    • the basis of work on the land and in the forests that the
    • then we find ourselves restricted to studying the
    • affairs. But the activity on which the memory rests, remains
    • personal interest what has come into being through the
    • — inasmuch as we are interested in it and are still in it
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    • their condition in life or a lack of interest, very easily fall
    • And what has been found there? It is interesting to hear what a
    • now there is another interesting fact. We could, of course,
    • is because the rest of our soul life is present and, like the
    • as exists with the rest of his senses. He is so fully taken up
    • consciousness has been completely brought to rest and becomes
    • rest, its activity is stilled, so that the life of the soul
    • do not need to quote the rest. He means that there must be a
    • mention the most important things, the rest can be read in my
    • thinking, to whether thinking is clear or restricted, how
    • — than all that can be done by the rest of science in the
    • had an idea of what it was about, but who was only interested
    • Oskar Hertwig is extraordinarily interesting because he shows
    • here it is very interesting to feel the weight of Oskar
    • of the necessity of unrestricted commercial and social
    • and political harm. Only the restricted and one-sided views of
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    • epochs which were truly artistic. It is interesting in this
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    • infinitely interesting from this point of view to read the
    • working-man, of world phenomena. There what rests an the
    • interesting fact that such things are said by human beings,
    • interesting to note that the whole method of observation of
    • Schiller in those Aesthetic letters rests an this: that on
    • requirest solely and simply the subjection of man to
    • shown you in general outline; but I will rest content with
    • interesting one.
    • West. It would be interesting to follow for once the path of
    • interesting to the highest degree.
    • interesting, for instance, is the logic of Ludendorf. He is
    • necessary above all that the interest of man should be
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    • body — No, it will not be so. For the rest of earthly
    • particular interest in concerning themselves with man. People
    • Archai had a living interest in occupying themselves with
    • human beings, but now this interest is ceasing. It began to
    • These beings were interested in the progress of mankind, for
    • stage. Now they are no longer interested in him from this
    • interest in him. He therefore easily becomes an enemy of
    • hierarchical order this particular interest is wiped out. Man
    • has now out of his free will to re-awaken this interest. As
    • super-sensible world were interested in man's development up
    • interest of the spirits above him. Otherwise our culture will
    • not, I am interested only in what is really necessary for the
    • could not talk to the people assembled there of the interest
    • what you have up to now found them, and much still rests in
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    • epoch, for that it will not do. For the rest of the
    • a special interest in concerning themselves with man.
    • were in the past vitally interested in man, but in our epoch
    • this interest is ceasing — it began to cease in the
    • these Beings were vitally interested in the forward
    • enough, and they are no longer interested in him from this
    • lost a certain interest in him which they formerly had. For
    • immediately above us have lost their interest in this
    • this interest again. As in earlier times through his body and
    • interested in bringing men to a certain point of perfection.
    • “talents” may make him of interest to the spirits
    • together in the public meeting, of the interest which the
    • not yet discovered and a great deal still rests in the bosom
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    • super-terrestrial universe, is cold, barren and without any
    • that is very limited in scope, and restricted, and it can be
    • rest so long as he remained in the train itself.
    • at rest, you are in process of taking a real world journey! I
    • the rest of the newspaper by a line.]
    • something interesting about it. And he came to see me with
    • interest. Among the questions which he — all of which
    • ourselves out toward that which has to be wrestled with, in
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    • he is about to tell me all kinds of interesting things. If he
    • the rest of life precisely what satisfies the tendency lying
    • there is of necessity more interest in the artistic and
    • extent merely rests on the remaining skeleton, and secondly
    • observation, to see that the human head is a whole, the rest
    • the rest of man may be said — when suitably
    • sclerotic condition. If we let the rest of the organism work
    • spirit-form and this spirit-form rests enhanced within the
    • brought back into a state of rest. The endeavour has been
    • bring it to rest again. Thus it has been sought first to set
    • the resting surface of the human organism in movement through
    • things which have then to be brought to rest again. This
    • what feeling demands when not the head but the rest of the
    • into a state of rest. In reality what in one direction has
    • been aroused and in another direction brought again to rest,
    • with the rest of nature. This was attempted by Hodler and. is
    • when it does not wrest nature's secrets from her by subtle
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    • enables a man at any moment to wrest himself away from the
    • spiritual-scientific investigator is more interested in the
    • soul in such a way that the soul is at rest, that the whole
    • of the rest of man's being is quiescent. Feeling and willing
    • flesh-colour gives the effect of rest, repose; to the seer it
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    • from the structure and nature of the rest of his organism. The head
    • may say that the head disappears, and the rest of the body is then transformed
    • of the rest of the body too also disappear, but the physical substance
    • knowledge of the rest of the world. What knowledge had the Greeks of
    • Asia? They knew little of Africa and of America, and of the rest of
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    • objective world? It is what may be called interest or
    • this word “interest” something is expressed which
    • of interest, than that one should devote oneself to thousands
    • proper interest in objects and beings. In our last lecture,
    • what may be described by the word interest, or
    • interest in it. There is something unhealthy or abnormal in
    • in which he takes an interest. It will more and more be
    • recognised that the impulse of interest is particularly
    • as regards mankind when we extend our interests, when we are
    • is awakened in the right manner if we take an interest in a
    • of extending our interests more and more and of widening our
    • universal love, but by the extension of our interests further
    • and further, so that we interest ourselves more and more in
    • and approach them with understanding. Right interest, right
    • interest unites us with it. The world loses us through
    • apathy and lack of interest in the world are morally evil in
    • interest in humanity and the world comes when we study
    • spiritual science. Wisdom is the fuel for interest and we may
    • explanation, that Anthroposophy arouses this interest in us
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    • carelessness and lack of interest with which the animal
    • he was therefore not interested in the transition which
    • which would have been of great and fundamental interest to
    • interested in death. But since ye are compelled to be
    • interested in it, your insight must receive an impulse
    • rests upon the fact that he took certain poisonous
    • force to behold death, in which we must be interested, in such
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    • individualities, who in this sense are like the rest of
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    • they often carry, namely, an interesting character, but have a
    • that the I is resting inside of the human skin. Now one feels
    • forest. We can say: all around is silence. With the environment
    • of the forest over the din of the city, it is said that sounds
    • this, then, rest. But there is something that goes beyond the
    • rest — zero — yet we can go still further, so that
    • preceded our life on earth does not interest us, for we are
    • here. It interests us that we are here. But we are interested
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    • interest for everyone. Each lecture will be self-contained,
    • yet also have a connection with the rest. The title of the
    • regard Theosophy as illogical, and its appeal restricted to
    • the great religions. Spiritual science, while resting on its
    • religions will be restored by spiritual science.
    • still to do something to restore the old faith, as science is
    • people whose interests are purely materialistic, that is
    • those with interest in these things, I may mention that at
    • another. Another point of great interest was the way the
    • interest in abstract philosophy. When those who long for
    • with which to perceive it. The moment sight is restored an
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    • interesting that modern research, with its more materialistic
    • Atma or Spirit Man, which today rests within us as a tiny
    • boundaries of its own being. This fact is most interesting,
    • exist by itself separated from the rest of the cosmos. If we
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    • highest, noblest and purest in human nature is born from
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    • It belongs to everyday life and must be of interest to
    • a person has in common with the rest of the natural world.
    • therefore be restricted to what concerns the physical body.
    • what a lively and interested manner such a child plays,
    • important for the rest of a person's life that during this
    • dull and lifeless. What is taught in a lively interesting
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    • that is nearest, that is, from the ether body. The astral
    • place between a person as a living being and the rest of the
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    • itself; the rest accompanies the soul into the future. This
    • from a spiritual scientific viewpoint, has much of interest
    • the rest of a person's organism. Normally we are only
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    • the rest of a person's life. What matters here is of course
    • restricted, those basic traits, the fruits brought over from
    • to expression as cultural interest and courage. One could
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    • like a miniature recapitulation of what exists in the rest of
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    • evolution. One person's interest lies in the realm of modern
    • this consciousness differ from that of the rest of humanity?
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    • recognition of spiritual interests – with the exclusion of
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    • stage. One of the disciples rested upon Jesus' bosom, he rested
    • Lord loved,” the Disciple who had rested upon his bosom and had
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    • If one looks at this matter, something extraordinarily interesting will
    • interesting fact. And this fact, which one can observe by the way of
    • is altogether a much slower fellow than the rest of man. When we talk
    • It is indeed interesting
    • to him in imaginations. This is an extraordinarily interesting formation
    • must not regard the substantial constitution of the rest of the
    • rhythm which is four times faster. In the arresting is formed what then
    • head runs four times slower than the rest of your organism. That is
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    • Only if we don't restrict
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    • sinners who cannot know much and ought to rest content with
    • interesting article, “The Devil: No Dogmatic Bogy.”
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    • though this point is of no further interest to us, for those
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    • moment we are interested in the I.) The experience of
    • be acquired by a complete restriction of observation to what is
    • interesting. According to him, the I is also nothing
    • following interesting thing can happen. Forgive me if I let you
    • in its purest form with the Christ impulse is expressed in the
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    • Spiritual Science, and therefore those interested in
    • interested in Spiritual Science into the sphere of the social
    • through laterally. So that Inspiration, which should restrain
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    • interest — “a fearful destiny beckons to the white races and
    • by animals rests on the very fact that the animal from the start lives
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    • to how the truth is 'managed'. in the final analysis it rests on man
    • And it rests on this also that truth can be hated in the way it is still
    • Masonic Orders, shall we say, hold to what is in contrast to the dearest
    • spiritual tide, would be greater than all the rest of evil beside. Our
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    • that particularly interests the socialists. They study the original
    • rest your back, but then, just because you are physically at rest, you
    • demands on the human heart and mind to widen the interests beyond narrow,
    • personal interests. It is really true that in talking of Spiritual Science
    • narrow interests! He need have no fear of becoming unpractical on that
    • narrowest interests. He must rid himself of the immediately personal;
    • interests into the Anthroposophical Movement. That is always just the
    • either interesting or tedious, but what the town looks like does not
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    • recognition of the spirit is concerned, and lack of interest about the
    • from the spiritual world. And with the courage and interest to receive
    • where we also are the rest of the time—an intense experience.
    • lack of interest in the spiritual life. This lack of interest in spiritual
    • by means of microscope or telescope; but they take no interest in what
    • of nature. This lack of interest in the spirit is particularly noticeable
    • between a father, mother and child, in the interest between father,
    • is actually bad and has to be made good only through education and restraint,
    • restraint by the State or any other kind, this outlook, from historic
    • rested upon personal experience, as does all the rest of what I impart
    • who take a more particular, active interest in our Movement know indeed
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    • soul-life, accustomed only to what was nearest the soul, to the closest
    • one thing stands out concerning him that lights forth from the rest
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    • nor peace will the soul have; anxiety and restlessness shoves
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    • and such-like. I wish to restrict myself to the discussion
    • is interesting that everything which turns towards the
    • interesting that from the beginning of the combination of
    • exact perfection, living in the Greek soul, cannot be restored,
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    • something too bothersome to attempt involving our interested
    • and especially if we make this interest many-sided, then we
    • life of complexity and restlessness. It is necessary to
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    • a way is cut off from the rest of the world, and containing an idea
    • that also here the organ is built in full harmony with the rest of the
    • be seen in their relation to all the rest. That is the essential thing
    • playing with ideas. And the main thing is that we deal with the clearest
    • rest a little when we are enjoying Art; we think we can sleep a little.
    • Society. They would like to pour out rest over everything and this is
    • as for example the human head is a repetition of all the rest of the
    • to become objective and to develop interest in the great objective universe,
    • we must be able to put ourselves into the big interests of the world.
    • rise to the great interests of the world. For every single form as a
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    • to life in the rest of our organism. That is, I may say briefly and
    • the great interests of humanity to-day. To-day that which affects the
    • the great interests of humanity. But how many people think like this?
    • occupied with their own personal interests, as if they were of the highest
    • importance. To turn our eyes to the human interests, that is what is
    • are only occupied with their own personal interests, and secondly in
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    • Here a brief while we'll rest us from our straying.
    • if thou desirest to work upon our bodies, take the Greedy
    • something dwelling as a force in the whole terrestrial globe,
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    • “... Hearest thou voices o'er us?
    • their fellows — very interesting!
    • the witches were burnt. It was definitely to the interest of
    • exceedingly interesting to notice how Mephistopheles turns
    • degrees so little interested in what is being said that
    • something of more interest to Faust. But Faust is not at all
    • interested. Goethe also knew that Nikolai had described it,
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    • had his public, wrote a very interesting and witty dramatic
    • have made clear between the human head and the rest of the
    • and astral body. Let us look at the animal. It is interesting
    • they lie down to digest. It is very interesting to watch this
    • gives the animal immense satisfaction. It is interesting to
    • and the rest of the cow's organism as a large sphere growing
    • its activities so restricts the impulses of the etheric body
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    • will have to fight and wrestle with the resistances of Evil
    • as will become the wrestlings of the fifth post-Atlantean
    • post-Atlantean time to wrestle with the life-problem of
    • the Faust drama is derived out of the deepest interests of
    • things with which he has to wrestle, if he extends his
    • to wrestle with Evil in the historic evolution of Earth-life.
    • interesting to put the different Scenes together in this
    • all-embracing poem. It would be interesting, for example, to
    • would be interesting, for once, to see these three put
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    • wrestling of the soul of man with the problem of Birth and
    • Death. It was a wrestling in the soul, because the same
    • touch on interests of human beings which they do not wish to
    • interest to represent as constructive the very impulses that
    • Aphrodite, to determine which of them was the fairest. It was
    • wrestling with Birth and Death — was a repetition of
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    • offered by the rest of nature, in order at length in your
    • Mephistopheles, and it is interesting that, as long as
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    • greatest interest to every man. I have spoken to you of the
    • chart the acoustics of particular interest, that, like his
    • it would be interesting, however, to set up an acoustics that
    • fear of and lack of interest in the spiritual. If Goethe's
    • lack of interest in the spiritual
    • dogs can be traced to it. And lack of interest in the
    • have made clear. If we take interest in what is actually
    • necessity to the spirit. It is mere lack of interest that
    • that points to the spirit, because it does not interest him.
    • But he is as ignorant of his lack of interest as he is of his
    • fear. Therefore the lack of interest, too, dons disguising
    • be caused by our lack of interest, like the fish bereftaf its
    • interest. men are afraid of Spiritual Science. This may be
    • subconscious fear, subconscious lack of interest, should
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    • spiritual world nearest man, the world man first enters on
    • worked on Goethe's world-conception knows how he wrestled in
    • an earlier life on earth; the rest of his body in this
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XI: The Vision of Reality in the Greek Myths
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    • standstill on the path to becoming man. Goethe wrestles with
    • — demonised, he would then lose all interest in this
    • through the metamorphosis of the rest of the body of the
    • nearest, most significant approach to the solution of the
    • Still drunken with the unrestful hallows' tumultuous
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    • absolute rest; that would make him indolent and corrupt. He
    • instincts rest on the foundation of the human soul; they are
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    • Today one usually underestimates what actually happens there
    • morning who had interested them very much, and when one asks
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    • of human nature, having originated from the rest of nature,
    • found rest, so mankind must separate workdays and festive days,
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    • the rest of nature becomes understandable in a wonderful way.
    • sun. You all know that when you have rested for the night, when
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    • rather be a man — a man of restless and versatile
    • everything that materialism puts forward of this nature rests
    • themselves to the soul's progress, the rest were not. Thus it
    • interest attaches to the fact that through theosophy we arrive,
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    • individualities in the same degree as the people of the rest of
    • is turning his attention with loving interest to outer Nature,
    • sympathetic interest, a longing to go beyond ordinary history
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    • like, by way of introduction, to speak of a certain interesting
    • economic and industrial interests, so long will there be distrust in
    • work fruitfully upon the rest of the Western world. Indeed it will
    • it is a question of speaking of extra-terrestrial space. Man has
    • the life before birth, because no interest is taken in it. The
    • innermost being. Interest must be awakened in the whole nature
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    • the former earthly life their interests were merely utilitarian. And
    • greatest interest towards what was active in man between death and a
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    • It is an interesting chapter of history to study the migrations of the
    • constitution of their brains and the rest of their bodily make-up, it
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    • interesting. That went to the boy's heart. He was so fond of the
    • interest and sympathy. But on the other hand this thought was
    • the direst poverty. He could take no share at all in anything that
    • around him. Through his inner zeal and the close interest he felt
    • by the knowledge that the people dearest to him had sunk into
    • (then the highest in prestige of any in Germany) the remarkable
    • against Fichte; who, however, would never be restrained, when he felt
    • “I regard you, and have always done so, as representing the purest
    • That Goethe was keenly interested in Fichte's philosophy
    • wrestling as never before for its very existence, we shall do well
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    • during the rest of the year, would feel a natural restraint in their
    • rest of the year. These very same lads would act in the Christmas
    • during the rest of the year. But during this time of the year their
    • out of the soul — the rest of the song is rather primitive. But
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    • wrestling spirit of man such as are given us in some great work like
    • wrestled with another kind of human knowledge, with those ideas,
    • that blows through the forests. I am the greatest of the mountains,
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    • attached from morning to night, and reach out to interests that move
    • people generally have only where their everyday interests are
    • mankind, with as much interest as we usually feel in our own destiny,
    • or perhaps in that of our nearest connections of family, nation, or
    • are absorbed in the petty material interests of the immediate
    • present, who cannot find sufficient interest to follow the
    • development must lift up his eyes to the heights where the interests
    • own. When a person's interests are gradually sharpened and widened
    • many who have such interests for the whole of mankind. More often
    • interest in the whole of mankind. That is why anthroposophy is in
    • to fix their interest on this coming forth and passing away again,
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    • are at rest. They sleep.
    • waking life; that what raises man above the animal is at rest and a
    • indicated in a lecture a few days ago, and the rest followed of its
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    • severest effort of the soul. It is the soul's work that gives a thing
    • sattwa, rajas and tamas. In effect what can enter the purest form of
    • while faith, religious belief resting on authority, brings about the
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    • spiritual nature is nearest to the material. So, in regard to
    • surrounds him, would have lost all interest in external evolution.
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    • has an influence on the plant world, but that the rest of the starry
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    • that when Noah's Ark had come to rest, the rainbow, the “bow in
    • Just as man has wrested himself from the animal so will he wrest
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    • “Yea” when the rest of the world says “Nay”
    • the universe as the hand is united with the rest of the body. The hand
    • without the soil on which he rests, without the air he breathes? It
    • a dense forest. The noises gradually cease and the silence becomes
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    • restored.
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    • of his will, and for the rest, the organ arising by a metamorphosis of
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    • body and continues its vegetative, restorative functions, but the
    • body to do this work of restoration by night and at the same time to
    • restoration of harmony it is no longer necessary for the astral body
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    • Sleep itself — not the dream — here becomes a conscious state. We do not only behold images but we enter into the living essence of beings and hear their inner tones. In the physical world we give names to things but the names are merely outer appellations. Only man can express his own being from within by saying ‘I’ — the ineffable name of conscious individuality. By this word we distinguish our own personality from the rest of the universe. But when we become conscious of the world of sound, each being, each thing communicates its own true name; in clairaudience we hear the sound which expresses its innermost being and rings forth as a tone in the universe that is distinct from all others.
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    • the phase of the ancient moon from the terrestrial phase, the earth to
    • planets. We in fact can divide our present terrestrial stage into two
    • Physical science as yet only knows of the terrestrial crust, a mineral
    • archetypal source of all terrestrial life. Its substance consists of
    • influence on the terrestrial fire. The evolution of our planet is
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    • overcome what is only in him. Then his interests become
    • community; he made their interests his own. The occult entity
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    • Has any interest in it; otherwise he would not have killed himself.
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    • in the higher astral body and rests there.
    • forests, full of wild beasts. Men lived in caves, wore animal skins
    • the astral body is engaged on its usual task of repairing and restoring
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    • to a new birth. It is exceedingly interesting for a clairvoyant to explore
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    • is not restricted by the law of karma. The Theosophist, on his side,
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    • no real interest in anything; he is dreamy, inactive, lazy, and seeks
    • other hand, gets easily interested in anything but he does not stick to
    • it; his interest quickly fades; he is continually changing his hobbies.
    • to lead a narrow, restricted existence and to be much alone; if he was
    • always preoccupied only with himself and unable to Make much interest in
    • An interesting example
    • picture of the world could restore to coming generations a tendency
    • choose a family with no interest in music — where it would languish
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    • and thus he gradually developed a certain restraint. After various further
    • An interesting fact is
    • Another interesting karmic
    • worked itself out. With all this something of extraordinary interest
    • We as human beings have made everything, and in the rest of creation
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    • is interesting to study how it takes its course. Many people suppose
    • consciousness, even when his physical body is at rest.
    • eye, for example, is at rest; it allows the light to enter and only
    • are restored by the astral body; by its inherent regularity it can make
    • of the general rule: Rhythm restores power. Here you have an important
    • kind of movement when they are at rest.
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    • together. Thus the rites are socially unifying. No-one is restricted
    • to rest in it and your soul to be filled with it. Then you let the idea
    • man should recognise what he owes to all the rest of nature. So also,
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    • the activity of thought remains. And thus he comes to rest in the
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    • if the rest of the organism is as just described.
    • underestimate it — they pay attention if a so-called sick
    • worth except external worth. One must really rest in God with one's
    • their experience “rest in God.” And you can see that the
    • these people speak of “rest-prayer,” during which they do
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    • extraordinarily interesting, for actually the pain remains exactly
    • the most interesting phenomena in the realm of human evolution.
    • treatment from the aspect of the earth. It consists of restoring the
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    • and replaced. Also in the rest of the organism certain parts need a
    • process at a much slower tempo than the rest of the organism, so far
    • follow the laws to which the rest of the scales is subject. You can
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    • separates from the rest of the human organism. It then draws the
    • draws it down too strongly into the rest of the organism —
    • interestingly than our ordinary contemporaries. Their narratives are
    • much more interesting; above all, they speak of things one does not
    • encounter in everyday life. So they are already interesting in the
    • also interesting if one lets them talk about themselves. To
    • even more interesting than the usual visionaries, who do not develop
    • restless, for he would love another fine meal, and he knows that the
    • condition is pathological; they simply find it interesting. And they
    • in its pure spirituality. This is called “rest in God” or
    • rest in the Spirit.”
    • in the way I am now describing do not come to “rest in
    • God” or “rest in the Spirit.” They come, although
    • they are not conscious of it, to rest in the hidden occult forces of
    • which a person rests in outer nature, that is, in the hidden forces
    • mirror-picture of the “rest in God.” We can call it
    • rest in Nature.” It has to do with the various paranoid
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    • restore it to order again, we must search in outer nature for a
    • only have its trust in medicine restored when these things are once
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    • effect. Thus the transition from pathology to therapy rests upon a
    • interested in discovering medicinal remedies, although of course they
    • were intensely interested in healing, for they were first and
    • were interested in more than that. They were interested in the
    • human being, but it has to be some genuine content. Interestingly
    • interested to participate in these discussions of worldviews. For
    • indeed work itself out fully — insofar as it rests on the will
    • are only aware of the connection in the rarest cases, cases that are
    • interested in changing the teachings to accord with what is demanded
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    • we are doing, we find something extraordinarily interesting. Let this
    • things were no longer of any interest. People came more and more to
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    • examined without restriction. Today one starts out from the
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    • physician be interested in half priest-half doctor dilettantism? It
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    • if the rest of the organism is as just described.
    • underestimate it — they pay attention if a so-called sick
    • worth except external worth. One must really rest in God with one's
    • their experience “rest in God.” And you can see that the
    • these people speak of “rest-prayer,” during which they do
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    • extraordinarily interesting, for actually the pain remains exactly
    • the most interesting phenomena in the realm of human evolution.
    • treatment from the aspect of the earth. It consists of restoring the
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    • and replaced. Also in the rest of the organism certain parts need a
    • process at a much slower tempo than the rest of the organism, so far
    • follow the laws to which the rest of the scales is subject. You can
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    • separates from the rest of the human organism. It then draws the
    • draws it down too strongly into the rest of the organism —
    • interestingly than our ordinary contemporaries. Their narratives are
    • much more interesting; above all, they speak of things one does not
    • encounter in everyday life. So they are already interesting in the
    • also interesting if one lets them talk about themselves. To
    • even more interesting than the usual visionaries, who do not develop
    • restless, for he would love another fine meal, and he knows that the
    • condition is pathological; they simply find it interesting. And they
    • in its pure spirituality. This is called “rest in God” or
    • rest in the Spirit.”
    • in the way I am now describing do not come to “rest in
    • God” or “rest in the Spirit.” They come, although
    • they are not conscious of it, to rest in the hidden occult forces of
    • which a person rests in outer nature, that is, in the hidden forces
    • mirror-picture of the “rest in God.” We can call it
    • rest in Nature.” It has to do with the various paranoid
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    • dramas so interesting — one sees that the presence of these
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    • restore it to order again, we must search in outer nature for a
    • only have its trust in medicine restored when these things are once
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    • effect. Thus the transition from pathology to therapy rests upon a
    • interested in discovering medicinal remedies, although of course they
    • were intensely interested in healing, for they were first and
    • were interested in more than that. They were interested in the
    • human being, but it has to be some genuine content. Interestingly
    • interested to participate in these discussions of worldviews. For
    • indeed work itself out fully — insofar as it rests on the will
    • are only aware of the connection in the rarest cases, cases that are
    • interested in changing the teachings to accord with what is demanded
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    • things were no longer of any interest. People came more and more to
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    • with the rest of the planet and begins to send its forces to the
    • not of solid matter, like the snail's, but from the forest elements
    • Beings for a moment — the Beings who stood nearest to man at
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    • distinguishes him from all the rest of the living creatures around
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    • not fall upon the terrestrial globe from without, nothing of what we
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    • lectures, and which is the nearest realm attainable behind our
    • that in what lies nearest to us, and which we often regard as very
    • ground, and upon which all the rest of our earth existence continues
    • inspiration rests upon our confidence that there is something in the
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    • removing themselves from the terrestrial scene and working upon it
    • with the earth. During this time the rest dwelt upon the earth's
    • the moon, who then wrested the moon from the earth, in order to guide
    • if the moon had not been wrested from it? Look at the moon for once
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    • the animals nearest to man, the earth-animals proper, which came down
    • (phtheiresthai). By this he meant to say, “Of course,
    • on this seventh “day” the Elohim rested. What does that
    • Being to the moon-Being, and hold the rest in reserve; and that in
    • evolution. That is what is meant by rest from earthly work, by the
    • and joy for the rest of his life. When you try to carry out deeds of
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    • enough in these days to rest content with looking at life in any
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    • the life-forces in the rest of the organism. The moment the forces of
    • the Good Shepherd, watching over the eternal interests of man as he
    • the Chrestos — the man suffering within the physical
    • this Chrestos was meant to kindle in the soul the power that makes man
    • beheld at vital points on the Chrestos figure were intended to be a
    • Mysteries, the figure of the suffering Chrestos was in turn replaced
    • suffering Chrestos as upon that which has been overcome. And now again
    • beauty with which artists have endowed it, we may not rest content
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    • stream which, following it, will continue for the rest of the earth's
    • at death was not a matter of interest or concern to him. At most the
    • and interest to them — namely the facts of birth and death —
    •  “interest in death. But since you must needs be concerned
    • He wrests this fate away from the human soul. The earth will go her
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    • they now lie, together with the rest of the first Germanic translation
    • restored from the trance and his etheric body was reunited to the
    • civilisation, in ancient India, ancient Persia and the rest, down to
    • restlessness, his neurasthenic condition, his pathological fears,
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    • were able to fathom such secrets. It rested uncorrupted in a cave,
    • existence, will go to the cave where rests the corpse of Kashiapa.
    • the influence of this great impulse into the rest of humanity. It was
    • errors of his ego. But when he had wrestled through, when his etheric
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    • their number is modest compared with that of the rest of mankind. It
    • may be said that interest in Anthroposophy is not yet very
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    • individuals, that so many individual beings sit here before us, rests
    • rationally, but was not connected with the rest of his life. The
    • Ego. We see in particular everything in which our Ego was interested.
    • complete and tremendous activity takes place. It is an interesting
    • into what we require not only for the rest of life up till death, but
    • need for all the rest of our life here, and beyond death into the next
    • given by one who dies in later years. That rests in the fact that
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    • unconsciously, it rests below in the depths of the unconscious
    • And the true Ego, which rests still deeper in the subconsciousness,
    • is fashioned now — but this Ego rests the whole time in the bosom
    • rests a widely extended earthly knowledge, which is in the etheric
    • body. Behind this again rests a clairvoyant knowledge which is already
    • unless something occurred to arrest it. This conversion should be
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    • the rest of the world. We regard that as our outer world. But the most
    • consciousness. That rests in the fact that man has in the depths of
    • but solely through widening one's interests. When a man extends his
    • interests he is always in some way already fighting his egotism. For
    • with each new interest we acquire we go a little beyond ourselves.
    • to because of his egotism, but to have our interests really extended.
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    • aggravating conditions in his past, he was condemned to the severest
    • shall be paid back to you. You shall see!” The rest of his speech
    • in his mind, and never gave him any rest, he regarded a self-deception
    • interesting that in the night of the 18th to the 18th of March, at 2
    • Now, it is interesting that the author of this novel has brought
    • could be recalled so easily. Just consider how interesting it is that
    • deeply interesting to us, but because none but a man of very fine
    • severest punishment, and in the next few minutes shall execute the
    • this rests in the bosom of the future, which we do not wish to
    • rests in the bosom of the future,’ we must remember that
    • time, there lies an instinctive expression of something resting
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    • rest and merely say that the children were almost stiff with cold,
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    • restoring justice — karma. Every action calls forth its counter
    • something of rest, of equilibrium. It is therefore also called rhythm.
    • absolute rest, is the creative element, that which is productive. Thus
    • be balanced; secondly wisdom, what has been brought to rest; thirdly
    • rest. Irregularities which are few in number can be observed, but when
    • evil into the rest of the world; otherwise he would work his harmful
    • etheric body rest and wisdom prevail. When something bad enters into
    • it, this element of evil comes to rest and therefore endures.
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    • what it is now. Then, even in our districts there grew forests of
    • the dead plants; then the former forests of fern and equisetums were
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    • development of a cosmic body. The condition of the Earth lying nearest
    • radiates in the purest Astral Light, and this Astral Light is in fact
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    • His feelings are subject to his own control; the rest of humanity is
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    • these forests anything approximating to present day human beings and
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    • aspect in the purest, noblest sense.
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    • advance of the rest of mankind. At the end of the Old Moon evolution
    • these Pitri beings were much more advanced than the rest of humanity,
    • the Earth. They now took the rest of humanity into their charge and
    • The interest of the Moon Adepts lay in spiritualising mankind. Jahve,
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    • restraining influence of the ego. People who do not exercise that
    • The nervous system's activity is restrained only by the circulation of
    • blood's restraining influence is absent. Mental images fluctuate
    • particular image nor sustain their interest in an impression. Instead,
    • source of concern. The sanguine child's interest is easily kindled, a
    • be helped if his elders try to flog interest into him. His temperament
    • always stimulate the sanguine child's interest in. However flighty the
    • child might be, we can always stimulate his interest in a particular
    • interest. Only through the medium of love for a personality can the
    • interest of the sanguine child be awakened. More than children of any
    • a deeper interest. These things should be allowed to speak to him, to
    • child's interest in them will intensify; then they may be restored. In
    • the most varied interests. Phlegmatic children learn by sharing in the
    • interests, the more numerous the better, of others. Their playmates'
    • the whole range of his playmates' interests. The phlegmatic is not
    • moved by things as such, but an interest arises when he sees things
    • reflected in others, and these interests are then reflected in the
    • phlegmatics, having no particular interests, then we should occupy
    • ourselves as much as possible with uninteresting things, surround
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    • hand, wrests his organs away form the life of soul and thus
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    • comparing man with the animals nearest to him. Where the comparative
    • animals nearest him. But whereas in the design of the animal
    • form with open mind, we are interested far more in the universal, the
    • individual forms. What interests us in man's skeleton is the
    • movement and his whole sense of life. The interesting point here is
    • justifiably interests us in man is the particular form of his skull,
    • interesting. He pointed out that in Galileo we have a spirit able to
    • extraordinarily interesting fact. For it goes to prove that man
    • fact is of interest because it enables us to see that man in physical
    • That is, so to say, the nearest gate for the ego, fertilized by the
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    • its life rests.
    • takes shape. It is moulded in the likeness of the earth, and the rest
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    • able to work without restraint — and they could do so on the
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    • terrestrial plant-world as a whole, therefore, has one uniform, common
    • an interesting connection between the Zodiac and the animal form
    • skeleton, but that they have many lime deposits in the rest of their
    • interesting discoveries about the extent to which the mineral element
    • extra-terrestrial existence. The fact that we can know about it we owe
    • Now it is always interesting when observing anything in nature or in
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    • hands, are far more interesting and significant organs for gaining
    • who in his earthly life has never interested himself in the great
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    • life. Such an abstract question may not be of much interest, but for
    • matter rest for awhile and then come back to it, you will still only
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    • spiritual experience. It is a certain fundamental feeling that rests
    • rest, you feel yourself with all that you have achieved in the world
    • really at rest. Everywhere you feel yourself in this revolving
    • the rest of the universe! I want to make this something independent
    • divine beings are in him, part of his being wrests itself away from
    • you still keep a memory image of the rest of humanity. On the one
    • attention, and to go on thinking about it in life. It is interesting
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    • rest remains outside our consciousness. What does it really mean when
    • we say that the rest remains outside our consciousness? It is really
    • there we have a true interest in the contents of divine religion, in
    • Science we can restore that which is thus darkened and deadened. It
    • is precisely through the restoration of what otherwise is killed and
    • Godhead, restored to man the power whereby he was conscious of God —
    • restored the consciousness which the previously mentioned Divine
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    • religious philosophy something that was in harmony with the rest of
    • interesting to notice that Lotze, for example, cannot make anything
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    • of which become fishes, the rest perish. We look out over the fields
    • into plants, the rest are ground up into flour for human food and for
    • what is necessary, but just as a pendulum never rests, but swings to
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    • right relationship possibly emerge unless it rests on that evaluation
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    • a restricted sense, that which has been known as the
    • this interests are kindled — precisely in this field of human
    • relations we are able to develop interests which in the true sense of
    • Fundamentally, it is personal interest — an interest arising
    • social interests, feeling for human fellowship, brotherhood —
    • it? The one and only way is this: instead of taking an interest
    • right, I must develop a selfless interest in every opinion I
    • man prides himself on his own dogmatic opinions and is interested
    • interest in the opinions of other men, even though he considers them
    • feel a fraternal interest for what is passing in another's soul.
    • interest to embrace, with inner tolerance, everything human, and say
    • developing social interest for the thoughts of other men. Seek also
    • to genuine social feeling, a genuine interest in our fellow-men.
    • a thinking which is inwardly tolerant and interested in the thoughts
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    • sooner will the social organism be restored to health. What must be
    • class-interests of modern times have led to everything being jumbled
    • opposite, how does the super-sensible find its way into all the rest
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    • let us denote the acceleration by g. Now what will interest
    • interests us at the moment is however this: — On the right-hand
    • it cannot be followed phoronomically. All that is phoronomical rests
    • has grown, — how much must be subtracted to restore the
    • upward buoyancy, while for the rest we live in the downward pull. Our
    • with the downward pressure. Precisely this deprives the rest of our
    • what it wants. In the rest of our body on the other hand, the ether
    • free, as it were, while for the rest of him you get it bound to the
    • sense overwhelms the physical, while for the rest of our body the
    • way than in the rest of our physical organization. Let this be the
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    • character. They will restrict their thoughts to what is arithmetical,
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    • indeed most interesting, and we must try to get a clear idea of what
    • IVe). But now all this is not at rest, — it is in constant
    • spectrum of sodium. The rest of the spectrum is stunted —
    • entire spectrum, only the rest of the spectrum in this case is
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    • is at one place a far more intense yellow line, making the rest seem
    • interesting if you make a solution of plant green — chlorophyll
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    • abstract the one light patch from all the rest that is there. Mostly
    • effects had been perceived, one could lean back and rest content. Now
    • interesting journey that has here been made; from the hypothetical
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    • conditions, being gradually restored to its neutral state. But the
    • Friends, our bodily nature is indeed of the greatest interest even
    • their own domain. Very obediently the psychologists restrict their
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    • interesting discovery:— he found that the electrical
    • interesting fact. Now that they had at last exposed it — if I
    • most interesting things was discovered in the 1890's by Roentgen
    • the velocity of the radiation. The interesting fact emerges that the
    • the barest outline in today's lecture — when in these
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  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 1: The World Behind the Tapestry of Sense-perceptions. Ecstasy and Mystical Experience.
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    • causes of their interests, their sympathies and antipathies, their
    • restoring the forces exhausted during the previous day, he would ruin
    • apathetic, having no interest in anything around us or presented in
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    • speak of all the hypotheses, some more interesting than others, that
    • fresh again, we take renewed interest in the impressions of the
    • become causes of interest, pain or pleasure, inspire sympathy or
    • pain? What is it that has interests? It is the Sentient Soul. In the
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 3: The Inner Path Followed by the Mystic. Experience of the Cycle of the Year.
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    • at the rest of the world. During waking life we never contemplate our
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    • force in particular to the exclusion of all the rest, they had within
    • the outer world, so, when he goes to sleep, the nearest world to which
    • a clock is naturally not interested in the hands or their position
    • zodiacal constellations at rest behind them. We conceive that the
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    • the urge, as it were to forestall the future.
    • interesting fact that in our very blood we have an image of certain
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    • which will last for the rest of our lives, the Course will have
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    • questions, but with steeping our wrestling souls in them
    • cushions upon which to rest and proceed no further, but if on
    • ego appears to wrestle its way out of the body. This view is
    • organization and this is linked to the rest of the spirit
    • of the world that is super-sensible, when it restricted itself
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    • rests his hand upon the shoulder of a friend, in another his
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    • any result. Naturally the rest of life must not be disturbed
    • of the plant, moral ideals rest in the human soul as a seed,
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    • destruction may be made good; during sleep we restore what during the
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    • individuals interested in the anthroposophical world conception flow
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    • It is interesting to see in Newton's time and in the age that
    • problems with which some of these people wrestled. See how Newton,
    • infinity. It is after all quite without interest to a living world
    • Later on, interestingly enough, Newton goes somewhat deeper. This is
    • saying that space is the sensorium of God. It is most interesting
    • Formerly this had not been observed, nor had there been any interest
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    • It is interesting to place a recent example side by side with Locke's thinking.
    • This is no longer unjustified arbitrariness. This rests on an
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    • it like this: Goethe in his youth took a keen interest in what
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    • human element. If we want to understand rest or motion, we must
    • partake in the experience. If we do not do this, then even rest and
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    • restrict itself to the externally observed mechanics of space. Long
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    • for teachers of the natural sciences, as well as interested parents
    • process. A great deal pertaining to our condition of life rests on
    • expressed by equations, but it is restricted to verifying the data of
    • theorizing based on terrestrial conditions agreed with the realities
    • Physical Society. It is remarkably interesting. Naturally the next
    • from those heat phenomena available to observation in the terrestrial
    • terrestrial conditions. Just as our speculations lead us astray when
    • consists of particles. These particles are not at rest but in a state
    • superficially. The entire method of thinking rests on one
    • method rests on the principle of calculating from observed facts by
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    • for teachers of the natural sciences, as well as interested parents
    • terrestrial terms instead of explaining the terrestrial in solar
    • which has led to the necessity of explaining things terrestrially
    • between the terrestrial and the cosmic through wider and more
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    • upper surface and for the rest takes the shape of the vessel. This is
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    • line the rest of the poem would follow without any thinking about it.
    • terrestrial-empirical person, I am quite completely a product of space
    • extremely interesting fashion. For, imagine to yourselves the solid
    • Now this is an extremely interesting and significant relation. For it
    • not terrestrial. In other words, we must not merely look on the earth
    • Thus you see how these things are related to the whole terrestrial
    • point we pass from the terrestrial condition of the solid body where
    • the terrestrial kingdom as a whole when we reach the melting point. It
    • of the extra-terrestrial. When we consider a gas, the forces active in
    • ordinary physical-terrestrial into the cosmic. For we no longer are in
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    • for teachers of the natural sciences, as well as interested parents
    • physics. Now it is interesting to see how such a man, speaking
    • not rest on our considering it as something final, ultimate, nor on
    • perceptions of energy to rest on the fact that it can change place and
    • The whole matter as it is understood now rests on the belief that we
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    • technical achievements rest on the fact that we produce work by the
    • so-called entropy concept. For the present our interest lies in the
    • when we change the solid back into a liquid. One simply rests on that
    • century physics. Physics itself, insofar as it rests on experiment,
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    • poorest conductor of heat, as it is said.
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    • effect in this part of the spectrum. It would be interesting also to
    • very interesting that a solution of esculin will cut out the chemical
    • terrestrial conditions we feel obliged to ask the question: how can it
    • earth? When I move over the earth, I change the entire terrestrial
    • outside of space. For my thoughts, resting on the forces of suction,
    • concept rests on the following very crude notions: when I have heat I
    • but his way of expressing the matter is extremely interesting.
    • It is extremely interesting to pin physics down at the very point
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    • ordinary terrestrial spectrum, in the middle is the light effect
    • terrestrial conditions is to be thought of actually as a circle that
    • that it cannot be done under terrestrial conditions.
    • interesting parallelism between thinking in mathematics and thinking
    • energy. It is very interesting in this connection to see how Eduard
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    • in solid bodies. We know that under terrestrial conditions a certain
    • degree of fluidity is necessary for life. Under terrestrial conditions
    • find without vitality. Vital effects in the terrestrial sphere we
    • bodies to life. Gases, in the realm of the terrestrial, stand in the
    • however, under terrestrial conditions immediately active. The
    • abandoned by the living, the terrestrial fluid by the emanations of
    • chemical effects and the terrestrial gaseous by the emanations of
    • terrestrial phenomena, build hypotheses based on them, and then apply
    • nonsensical to suppose that beyond the null-sphere the terrestrial
    • from terrestrial physical conditions can be applied to the
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    • for teachers of the natural sciences, as well as interested parents
    • themselves there. Thus when we consider our terrestrial chemistry we
    • fluid realm. Our terrestrial chemistry presents to us, as it were, the
    • terrestrial matter the seizing upon the imponderable matter takes
    • terrestrial realm and active by virtue of the fact that these forces
    • our terrestrial music. Music should never be so conceived that we
    • manifests through potential differences. The matter rests on these
    • with a sphere. Obviously the liquid levels of all the terrestrial
    • terrestrial relations, within the solid realm we have forces which
    • not so, the terrestrial phenomena themselves would be different. This
    • the earth. Thus there is active at the point where terrestrial
    • phenomena are going on a mutual interaction of the terrestrial proper
    • the cosmos is reflected in the terrestrial dwarfs, the atoms and
    • represent a terrestrial process or perform calculations on it, we are
    • dealing with a picture of extra-terrestrial effects, with a mutual
    • action of the terrestrial and the cosmic.
    • I have already called your attention to the basis upon which rests the
    • effects in the world itself. It is by no means without interest to
    • the planetary world, if we will understand the terrestrial bodies, and
    • our microscopes. We discover all sorts of interesting things, but the
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    • projected out of a pre-terrestrial existence into a terrestrial one.
    • about that the pre-terrestrial existence which had in thought died out
    • instance, with Bergson's Philosophy, which rests on a comprehensive
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    • differentiation, there arises in the soul a longing for rest in what
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    • would find that it would be possible in the rarest instances. A
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    • highest and purest service of humanity.
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    • cultivation of material nature? It is an interesting fact that the
    • Temple, they who resting on themselves alone occupy a false position
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    • interesting that certain individuals not far behind us in time may be
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    • still. She has not concept of rest and has attached her curse to
    • And when the storm roars screeching through the forest,
    • shall restrict our considerations today to those marvelous fire
    • the whole cosmos. This universal soul was called “Chrestos” in ancient
    • become what is called Buddhi or Chrestos, when they will have reached
    • Buddhi and the Chrestos will have been incorporated into the human
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    • the midnight hour, when the world around rests in deepest darkness.
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    • All the rest will, in certain respects, come of itself when, as time
    • feel who are not interested in spiritual science. Spiritual science
    • make ourselves different; we have other interests. When a man imbues
    • interested him before, interests him no longer; that which had no
    • interest for him previously, now begins to interest him in the highest
    • sound of a tonic note and its octave that we forget all the rest,
    • eliminate all the rest and completely yield ourselves to these tones,
    • fourth classes, which are much more interesting; and all this will
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    • body and the rest of what belongs to it; but the normal man is then
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    • that when we direct our gaze to what surrounds us, our eyes rest upon
    • things in his surroundings to interest him. Thus just because we are
    • forth our attention, our interest, which actually concern ourselves,
    • the necessity of each having his separate interests, his special home
    • that which sets us free from our special human interests and
    • everything that belongs to our own special interests. But now, if we
    • egoistic interests, occult vision draws our attention to this fact:
    • our nearest spiritual environment. If, however, we went back in the
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    • which stands, so to speak, nearest to humanity in the spiritual world,
    • so that the planet arrests the light. Just as it arrests the
    • forces of the Spirits of Form, so does it arrest the light, and throw
    • that light flowing in from the Sun; arrests it and throws it back.
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    • which appears nearest to the sense-world as soon as one draws aside
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    • special national or racial interest, or from western interests, such a
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    • which is common to all, from the earth to the rest of the planets of
    • gone through their development with the rest — instead of sending astral
    • other forces which in a certain sense paralyzed them and arrested
    • restoring the equilibrium. That is, a cosmic colony, a planetary
    • colony, and thence restrain that which streams forth from the
    • seen restraining the Luciferic principle. The occult fact is thus
    • a living Being, with the restraining Spirit above it, maintaining the
    • action from which a Spirit of Wisdom works and restrains Lucifer,
    • Luciferic activity, the balance would be restored. Now what
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    • that to restore the Bible to man in a true form is one of the most
    • Above all, we are here interested in what is generally said regarding
    • in this book is commensurate with the interesting equation: four
    • that man has within himself is to be found in all the rest of nature.
    • microcosm, just as the Jehovah God created for six days and rested on
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    • interest the Christ question must offer if we approach it with
    • anthroposophical knowledge. This is only one side of the interest
    • which we bring to this problem; the other side of our interest comes
    • conviction that a renewing of the ways, a renewing of interest, a
    • such that the consciousness of our Ego emancipates itself in tenderest
    • fact that we already have the Ego-consciousness in tenderest childhood
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    • interesting that the historians generally slip around the Event of
    • I should like to call your attention to something very interesting,
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    • the other by. The individual's greatest interest is only in
    • the depths below there is something that stands in the direst need of
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    • nearest spiritual horizon: people believe they at last know the truth
    • interest, not for the sake of polemics. I described how it is
    • cleverest and most learned people, but we are clever only during the
    • not telling you this as a joke, but as an interesting symptom of
    • written an extremely interesting little book on “The Behaviour
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    • very interesting little book, On the Origin of Moral Perceptions and
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    • an interesting study of how these impulses to obey the old moral
    • men. It will be the bitterest thing, not because men have never been
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    • too Nietzsche had one of his many interesting flashes of insight. He
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    • extraordinary interest to steep oneself, from this point of view, in
    • writes chapter after chapter, always restraining the impulse to allow
    • wrestling with deep problems. Those who had this inner life were no
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    • interesting too that Goethe re-wrote Faust at the beginning of a
    • need do is to be interested in the Philosophy of Spiritual Activity
    • see something of Eurythmy and say that it, too, rests upon the chance
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    • merely as a head. For joined to the head there is always the rest of
    • the organism. The life of the rest of the organism remains dull,
    • Everything stops short there. The rest of man receives nothing from
    • heart and the rest of his organism is concerned, as if he had nothing
    • the nervous system in the rest of the body. It is only in his head
    • more capacity for intensely desiring with the rest of his organism to
    • connection with the world not only with the head but with the rest of
    • to an ideal condition, because the rest of human nature asserts its
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    • Man's participation in spirituality has been wrested from him.
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    • ourselves from merely personal interests. Moreover, we will gain an
    • the rest of the human being.
    • faculties of his head, but indirectly through the effect of the rest
    • organic, vital connection of the head with the rest of the organism.
    • The head is nourished and invigorated by the rest of the body.
    • shooting up from the rest of the organism into the head and you may
    • to the rest of the organism.
    • over the rest of the organism. Then the human being becomes ossified,
    • interests they have in cosmic existence. We shall find that their
    • chief interest is to make the world, and above all the human world,
    • intention to make the kingdom of man and the rest of the earth,
    • Now you may well imagine that it is entirely in the interest of the
    • You must realize what interests rule in modern spiritual history. Even
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    • contrast between the head formation and the rest of the human
    • must be different from that in regard to the rest of the body.
    • this is not the case with the rest of the human body. It would be
    • to this all that belongs to the rest of man, we need not go back as
    • tempted not to think in this way in regard to the head and the rest of
    • man the rest of the human organism is larger than the head. The truth,
    • evolution, while the rest of the human form was added later. If we
    • which has been added to the head as the rest of the human organism has
    • animal form. But the rest of our organism we received as an organic
    • human head is continually quickened to life by the rest of the
    • organism. The head owes to the rest of the organism its participation
    • rest of the organism.
    • down process. The rest of our human organism is in a progressive
    • blood constantly sent up from the rest of the organism into the head,
    • leads through the rest of our organism. We have to deal here with the
    • stages of evolution and that gradually the rest of his organism was
    • and that man can only experience the Divine through the rest of his
    • We may say that man received the rest of his organism in addition to
    • condition of the rest of his organism. This was the situation in
    • the head and the rest of the human organism? Who inspired the human
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    • interests, and we are individualized in regard to them. But his
    • as is the rest of our organism. Seen from the organic aspect, Lucifer
    • in making the human head as living as is the rest of the organism.
    • the life forces out of the rest of our organism into our head.
    • makes itself felt from the eighth sphere out of which the rest of our
    • Our head is in this declining evolution, whereas the rest of our
    • Luciferic evolution. For the latter is greatly interested in pouring
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    • organization. As you know, the rest of the human organization consists
    • organization of the rest of man is primarily important.
    • differentiating between head man and the rest of man, then these two
    • organization in this evolution from that of the rest of the human
    • our inner organization, through the organization of the rest of man,
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    • anyone who has a heartfelt interest in the endeavors of
    • especially for those whose concern it is to be interested in the
    • conclusion he said: You see, gentlemen, I have led you into a forest
    • of question marks. — I pictured it to myself: a forest of
    • question marks? Just think: a forest of question marks!
    • the experience of a special interest which united us in life are well
    • interested in his being that it really stood before our spiritual eye.
    • which bring these people together do not rest upon mutual knowledge.
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    • with special interests. Therefore, the Roman-Catholic funeral service
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    • spiritual background of existence. Such lack of interest is closely
    • mean extraordinarily much to them. It is an interesting fact that
    • interchangeable. It is extremely interesting to see the following
    • possible were restored to. People who understand the signs of the
    • interesting publications concerning the Christ Jesus. Very interesting
    • Someone recently handed me an interesting slip of paper mentioning a
    • away with the unjustified overestimation of the good Athenian. In this
    • interesting if a good painter, with a real understanding of our
    • result would be very interesting if the painter had a real
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    • besides what he was as a physician. He was interested to
    • in the eighties, was particularly interesting to him.
    • because of Dr. Freud's active interest, theories took on a
    • from then on Dr. Freud took especial interest in the matter. He
    • interesting connection in this case. The woman was
    • theory. This theory is not uninteresting if you do not take it
    • is interesting to see how someone like Jung, who handles this
    • Jung describes a case which is interesting, and a good example
    • Now I will give myself a rest. So he decided to retire, bought
    • thinking humanity the problem of the restlessly slumbering,
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    • anything that interested her less than her love affair.
    • interest is so very common. If the psychoanalysts would only
    • What then is the real remedy, and how are men to be restored to
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    • passed over to her nearest students, and has been dragged
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    • illusions. It is an interesting chapter of a higher physiology
    • research, the heart is an extraordinarily interesting organ.
    • form is modified only because the rest of the organism is
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    • Spiritual progress of mankind rests finally on the fact that
    • External Reality.” It is extremely interesting that one
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    • clearest of all to man's consciousness by day; and it comes to
    • by the physica1 and etheric bodies. That simply rests in the
    • were. And that rests on the fact that a delusion of life was
  • Title: Lecture: Greek and Germanic Mythology: Lecture I - The Prometheus Saga
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    • the most interesting of these sagas, one that has a bearing on the
    • human egotism, of men's personal interests. Starting from the earliest
    • Through his higher bodies man wrests himself from his fetters again,
    • the initiates will wrest men from their bondage.
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    • prepared step by step, and emerged, bound up with the rest of human
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    • Christianity, because the place where the Cross has to rest is still
    • who brings the Sieg-initiate to ‘Fried’, to rest, is vulnerable in the
    • plane. The northern saga-world is so interesting because it expresses
  • Title: Lecture: Greek and Germanic Mythology: Lecture IV - The Trojan War
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    • plant's sensitivity, then what he says rests on a complete
    • seemingly resting motionless. In the sense of true occult research,
    • musical harmony arises, it rests on the fact that different strings
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    • knowledge rests on deeper things, and from the short sketch I will
    • that time was not as it is today, but was dull. Men have wrestled
    • time was not as it is today, but was dull. Men have wrestled through
    • body is here as the school through which to wrestle through to
    • Actually, he did this in the rarest of cases. Michelangelo is here,
    • by the seven year periods throughout the rest of his life. When, one
    • reflects the red rays and absorbs the rest. It is not possible to
    • sense is called “The division of the One so that the rest is
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    • realized that everything spread out in the rest of nature is
    • rest of nature, of all materials and forces. If you study the nature
    • face that rests on the body of clouds, on the rock and columns. In
    • destructive forces resting in his lower human nature will have been
    • nearest to us can be characterized as follows. The cube has three
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    • primeval world wisdom is active in its purest form; man had to be led
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    • but if thou hast released it and restored it to the fire, then after
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    • give. Fundamentally, the whole meaning and spirit of evolution rests
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    • themselves for the task. The Beings who, are so to speak, nearest God
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    • the Beings who, counting upwards, stand nearest to man, and are
    • somebody must, after having split off the rest of the planets, [have]
    • The Beings who are nearest to the earth, who hold sway in the
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    • draw only the physical body (Diagram IV); all the rest is above in the
    • the Sun. These Powers, these Exusiai, or Spirits of Form interest us
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    • created, they come to rest. And, naturally, from the moment when no
    • human body from rest to movement — this is the heart. Here,
    • its functions are brought to rest.
    • human body to rest; in the region of the Scorpion are these forces
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    • been able to work and the inward motions been brought to rest, Saturn
    • law. This law — which rests on an accumulation in the form of
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    • upside down of his sphere of interests. For ordinary life provides
    • man with certain interests. These interests play their part from
    • morning till night. Man is interested and quite rightly, for he must
    • interested in what confronts him in the outer world; one thing
    • interests him more, another less; he pays more attention to one thing
    • interests, binding him to the tapestry of the outer world by a
    • of our present humanity lives in these interests alone. Nevertheless
    • intensity of these interests, to bring about moments in his life in
    • which these outer interests are not at all active, in which, if we
    • the interest forces which fetter him to this or that object in the
    • deadening of his interests in the outer world for certain ‘festival
    • possibility of letting all interests in the surrounding world die
    • we must feel a fresh and vital interest in everything which goes on
    • which is dying. This freshness and originality of our interest in the
    • Day’ all our interests in the outer world, of letting them die
    • deadening of interest in the outer world at last liberates a strong
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    • awakening of conscience as an inner voice. Compare the Orestes of
    • confirms what I have just said. In the story of Orestes as related by
    • his unfaithful wife. His son, Orestes, who is absent, returns and
    • murder of his mother, Orestes sees the Erinyes, the avenging
    • or evolved, conscience among the rest. If anyone were to go back some
    • story of Orestes. Orestes is told by the ruling gods that he has
    • over the rest of the body the various land and sea formations of the
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    • pre-terrestrial triad ... This triad consisting of Old Saturn, Old
    • the higher triad signifies these three pre-terrestrial states; but
    • Pherecydes of Syros is very interesting; he, among others, is spoken
    • earth, having come over from pre-terrestrial ages; he also speaks of
    • it expresses only a portion of the whole truth. Just as from the rest
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    • at the earth with its mountains and forests, its tapestry of plant
    • strongly recommended to those interested. It is published
    • sub-terrestrial gods hidden behind the veil of soul experiences if an
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    • sub-terrestrial god, Lucifer becomes a cosmic god. Man must prepare
    • sub-terrestrial spirits and that there were others leading up to the
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    • more from a super-terrestrial standpoint, and characterise the
    • what was hidden from the external sight, and are the sub-terrestrial
    • wrestles with what is revealed in his own soul-world, recognise that
    • formed out of Life Spirit. To this they gave a name whose nearest
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    • world, the number seven had to be taken as basic and the interest was
    • therefore the interest lies in the approach through space, not in the
    • interests us in particular. A Bodhisattva took on that radiant human
    • death, and that which directly follows as the nearest spiritual
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    • sense, we ask what it is that must first engage our interest. It is
    • same time it is interesting to note how external science has lately
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: II. Supersensible Processes in the Activities of the Human Senses.
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    • position, the balance is immediately restored because the astral body
    • Pressure is something that does not interest the
    • feeling. That is the real process of tasting; the rest is merely an
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    • long as men restricted themselves to observing outer objects with the
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    • life, but to take an interest in him, to feel love or antipathy for
    • interests play a part. When we call an act good, we know that it
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: II. Action and Interaction of the Human Soul Forces.
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    • Finally, we indicated one sensation appearing in this restless sea
    • Watching or listening to something that interests you
    • something that interests the animal tremendously. The animal is
    • every moment of its life is interesting. When the outer perceptions
    • objects cease to be of interest when we have seen them too often. We
    • carry into the future something that interests us, we have the higher
    • interests him, satisfies him, constitutes a significant difference.
    • term “deadly boredom” rests on a true feeling. It acts as
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    • press a seal with a crest into wax, what remains of the seal in the
    • wax? Nothing but the crest. You could not maintain that what remains
    • the wax, but rather, you must consider the point at issue: the crest
    • is in the wax. The important thing is what opposes the crest in the
    • seal and into which the crest has stamped itself. Just as the seal
    • yields nothing out of itself but the crest, so the outer world
    • interest we devote to it, the more we forget ourselves and our
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    • between the two poems. Lack of time restricts us to a mere mention of
    • this man's chief mission. He wrestles with the poetic form, and we
    • We find three points of interest in the poems recited.
    • when we think of the soul as being interested in the outer world, in
    • one way or another. The soul is interested in the outer world in so
    • do with the power of reasoning. Interest and the power of reasoning
    • itself, you would discover interest in what is willed. In short,
    • interest awakened by love and hate, and reasoning. Aside from these
    • we encounter the power of reasoning, and interest, but in dealing
    • our feelings we take an interest not only in the present but in the
    • interest, and so forth, form a current flowing from the future into
    • meeting the current of visualizations as interest, wishes, desire,
    • interest, our capacity for desire, cannot flow in the same direction
    • interest.
    • is powerfully gripped by all interest, all desires, for these implant
    • surprise, of interest, not the reasoning activity of the ego. The
    • every tendency tells of a rich astral life, who is full of interests
    • necessarily remained the center of interest; now the time is ripe for
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: I. Franz Brentano and Aristotles Doctrine of the Spirit.
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    • Günther's interesting books. This was done because as early as
    • interesting double meanings can be explained but not translated, so
    • It is extremely interesting to note that so keen a
    • would have been interesting to note the dilemma he would have
    • hand, it is interesting to note that in Brentano's system the
    • work as well, because Brentano is not only the most interesting
    • transcending that of Aristotle. It is extraordinarily interesting
    • through actual creation (creatio), it is interesting to follow
    • is further interesting to note that Aristotle, and really Brentano as
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: II. Truth and Error in the Light of the Spiritual World.
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    • rests upon a solid foundation and is proof against whatever
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: III. Imagination--Imagination; Inspiration--Self-fulfillment; Intuition--Conscience.
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    • that it might be extremely interesting to show how the possibility of
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    • the struggle with such difficulties, Frohschammer. Wrestling with
    • can rest assured that, if we will only go to work objectively,
    • interesting dilemma that must impress our souls if we would really
    • consistency that, through our errors, has become restless
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Festival: A Token of the Victory of the Sun
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    • And when the storm in forests roars and grinds,
    • Soul was known in Greece as Chrestos, in the sublime wisdom of the
    • purged and transmuted into what is known as Budhi or Chrestos,
    • These ruling Spirits have wrestled through to the divine heights from
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    • Now lost in air, now limned with clearest power,
    • appears at the midnight hour, when the world around lies at rest in
    • resting, that out of the decaying and the dying the new flowers and
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    • the earth — the dearest vision of all this is presented in the mighty
    • whom the world was created. This vision is clearest to the soul during
    • it was interesting to me to
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    • Only the merest
    • preserved through the whole of the rest of the year.
    • still covered with forests that were the home of the bison and the
    • "Mannus had three sons, after whom the people nearest the North Sea
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    • A famous modern historian was once asked by a man interested in world
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    • subjects, that we must not rest satisfied with a one-sided rendering
    • certain respects the Teachers of the rest. We can only understand the
    • reason they were able to work upon the rest of the people in those
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    • Our lecture to-day shall be devoted to subjects interesting to
    • those interested or likely to become interested for the purpose of
    • according to present-day methods, and then rest satisfied. For the
    • change, will like his calling, — that his interest in it grows
    • and was put into the new trade, he took a great interest in it. At
    • first the interest he felt drove out the feelings and sentiments that
    • interests which have been thrust aside for a time, now burst forth
    • we may not be able in this life to restore order to any one part of
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    • rest of the human body, which is quite out of drawing. When the world
    • the rest of its form we must say that the female body, having reached
    • It has taken on the present substance of the solar-terrestrial system;
    • We have now found some extremely interesting connections between the
    • He gets up in the morning, eats his breakfast and completes the rest
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    • said and done, all that is of profoundest interest to man is really
    • world over, have been more interested in this subject than in any
    • Orestes became clairvoyant after the murder of his mother. He then saw
    • Ăschylos, the great Greek dramatist, depicts around Orestes. What we
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    • Blavatsky for this purpose, what are we doing? We are arresting the
    • Ăschylos still represented his Orestes as having a vision before him
    • must restore within thee — This thou can'st do by taking into
    • shall not be hindered and arrested, but shall progress to further
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    • unrest. Throughout the day the soul is constantly exposed to new
    • lives in a state of continuous restlessness.
    • realm is complete inner rest and steadiness of soul. This quietness
    • into higher worlds all interests in outer life must be extinguished.
    • not rest until he has understood what he has encountered in the
    • spiritual heritage that mankind had lost was restored to him through
    • creeds and studies them with equal interest. The facts that have been
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    • Chronicle,” we described how one loses interest, which up to
    • this stage was very strong, in all earthly experience. Our interest
    • in men with whom we have been connected wanes, and we lose interest
    • new interest in Lucifer and his realm. Severed from earthly
    • interests, we can now experience the confrontation of Lucifer
    • interest becomes more and more cosmic. Whereas previously we absorbed
    • with our memories of life before death that our interest in events on
    • this period our interest is continually diverted and thereby lessened
    • new birth. We are then so deeply involved in cosmic interests that it
    • earth during this second period. Apart from the interest we take in
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    • restore worth to our ego and compensate for the harm done. In the
    • destroyed during life can be restored. So it is from the stars that
    • fit in with the rest.
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    • from this, in the rest of outer lie everything from morning until
    • grasping of the spirit and is the surest way of enabling us to bring
    • the things of the spirit towards us, and secondly, inner rest, a
    • two personalities. The statues rest on pedestals, and it is likely
    • artistic study. The gesture, the position of the resting body with
    • human being at rest. When man sleeps, the etheric body is most
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    • ancient creeds. Buddhism has broken through this restriction, yet if
    • the moment of death. It is an interesting point that if one works out
    • Restorer of the being of man.
    • because of some circumstance or other. For the rest, he contents
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    • the needs and the interests of the heart. Occult vision observes
    • desires, interests, sympathies, antipathies he has developed formerly
    • He is interested in the things that interested him on earth. The
    • interests, and inasmuch as they are dependent on physical organs, and
    • process of getting rid of his desires and interests, for instance —
    • interested in anthroposophy, the more the latter rages against
    • merest trifle of soul life.
    • consciousness. Man knows the merest trifle about existing
    • interesting fact. Suppose that events happen as they have been
    • intellectual qualities, who lacks interest in acquiring real
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    • are as long as we rest within the womb of divine spiritual wisdom.
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    • and he will remain disinterested in what otherwise should have
    • interested him.
    • the soul turns away from all interest in the super-sensible world.
    • necessary inner physical organs to take an interest even in its
    • interest in their surroundings. Then we find a third incarnation that
    • when more atheism and lack of interest for the spiritual world
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    • sphere. One example of tremendous interest for clairvoyant
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    • one ought to interest oneself — all genuine reality — is
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    • restricts himself only to what he can experience on or around or in
    • the seven planets, so Anthropomorphism is the world-outlook nearest
    • rest can arise from the fact that the corresponding planets pass
    • the rest. Countless varieties of brain-activity arise from the fact
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    • root. I restrict myself to what I see around me.” From the
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    • restricts himself only to what he can experience on or around or in
    • the seven planets, so Anthropomorphism is the world-outlook nearest
    • rest can arise from the fact that the corresponding planets pass
    • the rest. Countless varieties of brain-activity arise from the fact
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    • the highest, noblest, purest in human nature arises out of pain. He
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    • being confronts the rest of nature. With every breath, with every
    • strengthening ourselves against outside influences rests on our
    • is here fairest invention, death but her artifice whereby to have
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    • The next appearance of the comet will be [was] in 1986. Its periodic visitations occur at intervals of about 76 years, and have been recorded since 240 BC. During its last visit, it passed directly between the Earth and the Sun, the Earth actually passing through the tail of the cornet. It is interesting to note that this series of lectures were being given as the comet was at its closest to the Earth, May 1910. (Ed.)
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    • especially interesting and important. In the case of plants, if again
    • currents. It is an extremely interesting fact that we call on the
    • etheric body is immediately prepared to restore that part, and to that
    • Here comes a very interesting fact which can be fully explained by
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    • Nihilistic School,’ because it rested on a statement by Professor
    • is, however, impossible — because the rest of his karma does not
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    • rest which is still in disturbance and disorder on account of what is
    • Anthroposophy exactly the same interests and also all the bad habits
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    • today. In a certain respect the astral body has been wrested from the
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    • inflict this or that upon me.’ And in the cleverest way he will
    • also notice in his gestures if, for instance, with self-restraint he
    • order would have to be specially arranged in the interests of each
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    • only briefly referred to, so that your interest in this almost
    • no wise rests with him. We have seen, for instance, that in a certain
    • an interest in the anthroposophical world conception and who take up
    • condition must be restored to him. Everything of dense matter entering
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    • must needs be a power which has no particular interest in love, which
    • interested only in causing the light to be spread abroad to as great
    • element of love. Such a power cannot be terrestrial for the earth is
    • existence can have no interest which is not to some degree influenced
    • particularly interested in weaving light into love. The luciferic
    • for remedies out of the vegetable kingdom. An interesting lecture
    • efforts for the restoring of the balance.
    • This continual disturbance and restoration of the balance between the
    • karma, from incarnation to incarnation, both work to restore the
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    • deepest part of the human soul rests. This, however, evades the
    • the rest of the Mystery Drama. Because of this, the Spirit of
    • between Hilary and Romanus. Let your mind's eye rest on what has been
    • to wrestle his way to an understanding of what he has taken in as
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    • those the soul employs for the physical senses and the rest of the
    • about as sensible as if someone, in order to restore the balance to a
    • sense world only when we bring a creditable interest to bear upon it,
    • when our interest in the sense world is so reasonable that we can see
    • attached to it, they crush all their interest in the physical world.
    • experience and in their everyday activities no special interest in
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    • together certain parts of the soul and rest within oneself. In the
    • While we rest in physical sleep, other forces take care that we wake
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    • particularly interesting.
    • absurd. It is an interesting phenomenon that a well-meaning man,
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    • rest of the world. Round about, far and wide, there were no other
    • himself separated from the rest of the cosmic order — wants to
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    • resting deep in the womb of existence, where not only one being
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    • still resting in the soul's depth and has not fully separated from
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    • bodies go through a kind of restorative process during our sleep at
    • restore themselves. It is as if the forces belonging to the physical
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    • with that of the rest of evolution.
    • circumstance that Karma obliges us to restrict such an important
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    • find far more to interest him than he will in the first chapter.
    • interesting chapter in world history.
    • Greeks were not much interested. Because of the peculiar constitution
    • those Greek words, which have been transmitted to us in the purest
    • will never admit has so little interest or importance today. This is
    • the rest! Europe needed the Renaissance, which gave much to it. Thus,
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    • continent, a new planetary body with them. All the unrest and
    • working into the fifth post-Atlantean epoch — all this unrest,
    • Weeping, and restraining myself with difficulty from crying out, I
    • “Weeping and restraining myself with difficult from crying
    • deepest interest. The kind of understanding men have of the nature and
    • of the life of Jesus. This approach has no interest at all for
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    • considerable part of its surface, mankind and an interest in mankind
    • should completely die out. The interest in humanity, however, did not
    • interest in the Jesus figure would naturally decline and would center
    • no interest in Jesus as an historical figure but only in study of the
    • interest only in the Christ and not for the historical Jesus.
    • without having the warmest interest in other men. All inner life that
    • with a kindly interest in the character and qualities of other people.
    • inwardly as man when we take an interest in the characteristics of
    • inner nature by meeting other people with full interest. But this
    • contrary interests that have attached themselves to the movement.
    • interest of mankind's evolution. Then, indeed, the right knowledge
    • will come to us. Then these facts will not be restrained by all sorts
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    • and attained its greatness, must be of particular interest to us in
    • the hierarchy standing nearest to the human hierarchy, desired that
    • with disinterested, unselfish feelings but with hankerings and greed
    • who have wrestled with this problem, some more theoretically, some
    • this problem. Such forces must be wrested into the good service of
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    • Knights but the Order — had attained great prestige and wealth
    • subjected to the severest torture. Here, therefore, torture was also
    • gold is wrested from the powers with which Goethe truly knew it must
    • head of man is the transformed body, and the rest of the body is a
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    • only live because the rest of our organization works against this
    • centred in the rest of his organism. That which comes into existence
    • beings as is done so much in restaurants and clubs in this bourgeois
    • of the Mystery of Golgotha. Just as it is in the greatest interest of
    • his greatest interest that man should cherish more and more a form of
    • the rest of humanity what sort of people these are. We must speak out
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    • new interest in the spiritual world, should be recognized. But the
    • religious interest, a new religious experience, with attempts to reach
    • religious ‘interests’ with religious
    • material for ‘interest’, and is such a good medium for
    • which drives away every religious ‘interest’, and scatters
    • Here in the name of religion we see every religious interest
    • religious interest, and of religious experience. We do indeed lose our
    • drive away every religious interest and scatter every religious
    • “Away with religious interest! Away with religious
    • all, if in the past there had never been atavistic religious interests
    • religious interest and religious experience; apart from all this,
    • anything, attention is guided by interest, and that everything
    • interest, and to give a content to religious experience. With what
    • mankind are not those who would kill religious interest, who would do
    • interest has faded away, the old religious life has been crippled.
    • Those only care for the future, who see how a new interest must seize
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    • book, reads it, and finds it quite interesting as well as comforting
    • to me the cleverest.
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    • the extra-terrestrial cosmos and with what this yields for the cycle
    • being, are all the feelings and conceptions of the extraterrestrial
    • seriously. This can be interesting, it has a sensational aspect, it is
    • of great interest to many people; but for those who see deeper into
    • Now we begin to take an interest in the content of these pictures.
    • natural-scientific method. Extraordinarily interesting in this
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    • from the terrestrial to the extra-terrestrial realm and come wholly
    • proclaim the cosmic principle within the terrestrial.
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    • would not be so much interested in this as in playing cards, but it
    • acquire this experience of thinking, he rests no longer within the
    • from without and is really placed on the rest of the body. He who has
    • the way he looks at us. Indeed it is interesting, at some special
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    • Today it may interest us to learn how he comes into the sphere of the
    • the head of man appears but faintly to the gaze of the soul. The rest
    • to the severest judgment which man can suffer after he has passed
    • superficial way in our ordinary history books rests on something
    • see the clouds upon which rests the sunlight. A few days ago you
    • the possibility begins for the light to rest upon the cloud —
    • Lucifer resting on the clouds.
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    • with these that our memories unite during sleep. Our memories rest in
    • a human being who has an active interest in the world, who is
    • interested in many things, and because of his active interest in them
    • what he has been interested in and absorbed. On the face of the human
    • being who has an intensely active interest in the outer world, who
    • inwardly works upon the fruits of this interest in external things
    • who goes through the world bored or without interest in the outer
    • teeth. The change of teeth to them is an extremely interesting
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    • the rest of his organism. If the finger could walk about on the rest
    • quite special, to an existence separate from the rest of the earth.
    • impossible; the earth must have something to rest on, otherwise it
    • must have something to rest on. For the truths which concern everyday
    • supports on which they rest, but anthroposophical knowledge is
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    • It is particularly interesting to look back to what
    • is interesting to look back on all these events, for we thereby
    • away from them and was dispersed in the rest of the atmosphere. In
    • willing being, which, during the period between birth and death rests
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    • dreaming, rests the mighty difference which lay in these two
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    • the island of Hibernia, for the rest of the civilized world, but
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    • that distant Saturn. It is the force which has come to rest in lead
    • forces without being cut off from the rest of the Cosmos.”
    • and take an interest in them. That which received the metal was
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    • One of the most interesting documents which has come
    • It was of especial interest to the natural scientists of
    • every formation of vapour, sand and stones, sea and river, forest and
    • thought-forms, in mere logic, had to transcend all else, and the rest
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    • connection I once had a very interesting experience, and
    • this interesting phenomenon: the kidneys ultimately excrete
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    • immediate life. It also has an indirect life in the rest of the
    • human chyle comes nearest of all to the outer physical
    • purest form. The coloring and so forth of the petals represents
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    • nerve-sense system from the rest of the organization as a
    • extremely interesting ratio, one that leads us into the deepest
    • responsibility resting upon us with regard to the medical
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    • know that if our brain were to rest upon its base with its
    • would obviously be crushed. The brain does not rest upon its
    • The rest of the organism is not simply left to its own devices
    • astral forces are not passing in the right way into the rest of
    • into the rest of the organism. In the rest of the organism,
    • human being, is nearest of all to the inorganic.
    • plastic activity in its pure form is restored by the
    • restore the balance between the etheric and astral organisms.
    • them in order to restore the disturbed balance in the most
    • will be at work. This way of attempting to restore the balance
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    • such a way that it gradually destroys the life of the rest of the organism.
    • arrested halfway to its culmination. Such a person would not be brought
    • interesting phenomenon. Quite apart from how one evaluates Schelling
    • as a philosopher, he is an interesting cultural-historical phenomenon.
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    • sees this restless stirring of the soul-spiritual in the organism as
    • because it is always interesting to learn how a person who has gone
    • interesting, and in our time it is still rare to deviate in this way
    • Of course such illnesses may seem less interesting as a result, but
    • this is nevertheless the case. It naturally seems more interesting if
    • diminished force of organization in his liver. It is more interesting
    • it is more interesting than if one simply points to the metabolic
    • left quietly to the spiritualists and other interesting people —
    • interesting because they are rare, though unfortunately they are not
    • interesting phenomena. One need not look back very far — perhaps
    • living science. As an example, we have an extraordinarily interesting
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    • head or respectively toward the lungs and down to the rest of the
    • of organs situated at rest in relation to one another.
    • of balance by entirely natural laws so that the beam does not rest on
    • within itself, does not simply exist in a state of balanced rest but
    • root; then it wrestles through other forces in order to come
    • gravity but which, as the plant wrestles itself free from the earthly
    • with the upward-striving force. We then reach an interesting stage, a
    • wrestles itself free from this force drawing downward (a process
    • proceed in such a way that the organism cannot restrain them so that
    • the ability to see organs. Such organs are by no means at rest and can
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    • from plants can restrain certain processes that are unfolding
    • It is interesting to explore how what I presented to you this morning
    • blood, the ego works with the rest of the soul element, but to go into
    • this now would lead too far. What should interest us more right now,
    • rest of the world.
    • It is interesting that a rhythm such as this one that can be observed
    • in the human being is also present outside in the rest of nature,
    • were, diluting it. By means of this dilution the restrained rickets of
    • It is interesting that if very small doses of phosphorus are
    • rest of the organism as small doses able to restrain the rickets
    • can be restrained, how one can work toward healing. If we extend this
    • rest of the world, which belongs to him as the earthly world and also
    • as the extraterrestrial world. He is formed out of this in various
    • something strongly extraterrestrial. In the male organism forces are
    • extraterrestrial element into general human nature. What draws the
    • extraterrestrial into the human being, which must first be penetrated
    • we have before us a mature female organism, this extraterrestrial
    • aspect works primarily in the rest of the female organism; in the part
    • that something extraterrestrial is, in fact, anchored in the female
    • independence, developing separately, as it were, from the rest of the
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    • terrestrial magnetism. No matter what theories may be evolved, it is
    • brain. In this connection I once had a very interesting experience,
    • from the kidneys to the liver, for example, we find this interesting
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    • purest form. The colouring and so forth of the petals represents
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    • the rest of the organism as a whole.
    • interesting connection, and one which leads us into the deepest
    • tremendous responsibility resting upon us in regard to the medical
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    • weight of some 1,500 grammes, were to rest upon its base, the
    • does not rest upon its base but swims in the cerebral fluid, and in
    • is not a question of the rest of the organism being left to its own
    • forces are not passing rightly into the rest of the organism. If they
    • itself, of course, will suffice only in the rarest cases. It will
    • nearest of all to the inorganic state.
    • perceive that this plastic activity in its pure form is restored by
    • up into the astral organism. The best thing to do here is to restore
    • out how they must be applied in order to restore the disturbed
    • That is the better way to set about restoring the balance.
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    • interests of the community by his work, by his activity, by his
    • take up the undoubtedly remarkable and interesting little book by
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    • applied it must hold good. It is also possible to wrestle with the
    • and it is interesting to see how those isolated facts already have
    • interesting result is arrived at. If we reckon an eight-hour day, we
    • considerable amounts of money, and interest on these amounts must be
    • paid; provision must be made for the payment of interest. And what do
    • interest. The result is that Paris has been very much improved, but
    • those who work in order that his money may yield interest! A deep
    • dried party interest. If I should be able to succeed in these
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    • different from that of purely economic interests. But this has as yet
    • But in these last only economic interests were actually represented.
    • interests sat in that Parliament. The resolutions adopted by them
    • these individuals represented interests which arose out of their
    • deliberations by nothing but economic interests in disguise; for
    • majority could be found to vote against the interests of the
    • interests, majorities can always be found to pass resolutions
    • affecting those interests and to make laws which have nothing
    • calling itself the Center, representing purely cultural interests,
    • that is, Roman Catholic cultural interests. This party can join with
    • namely, by a clear separation of political interests from all that is
    • interests. The impulse for the organization of the Threefold Order
    • by the association. In the economic world everything should rest on
    • laws are allowed to arise out of the interests of economic life
    • like a photograph or an impression of economic interests. There is no
    • just those clearest facts that are most distorted. Many of the
    • develop an interest in man as man. It must come to pass that even the
    • cannot rest on the general basis of law. It must be removed to
    • life. All individual interests are of this nature. Such cases fall
    • for the means of restoring health to the social organism must look
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    • and practical life thereby becomes prosaic, uninteresting and dry,
    • They believe they are doing this purely in the interests of exact
    • connection with anything anywhere; and when the rest of the machine
    • themselves their own severest critics. In such an undertaking one is,
    • it not be to the highest interest of, such communities that their
    • true art, the art of developing the human being. It will rest upon a
    • soon appear. This book promises to be extremely interesting. It is
    • misunderstood; I mean that it is interesting, because Czernin was a
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    • concerned with the commodity and interested in its circulation?
    • expert knowledge and technical skill be added to the rest and unite
    • centuries in the powerful interests of the economic body. It has
    • interests and needs have found expression in public laws, and these
    • found to be only economic and political interests and wants in the
    • spiritual life has partly emancipated itself and demands restitution
    • interests in it, we are united with it. And the very people who are
    • pattern in the interest of the state; it is not to be limited by the
    • spirit extends its interests over all life. We have been condemned to
    • most interesting part is that the book doses on this note, but does
    • part in all the rest of practical life. Then spiritual life will take
    • interests with one another. It is no wonder that the old despotic
    • foundation law actually wills to rest, even though that will does not
    • interest of the society based on the trading system to transform its
    • legal system; that is to say, to change economic interests into legal
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    • that he who meets his fellowmen with a purely human interest and
    • understanding acts differently from one whose interests are narrow,
    • his fellow creatures, and who is without interest for his
    • surroundings. On this account, the former, who is truly interested in
    • appear dry and uninteresting. And nothing constructive will ever
    • producers' interest in their fellowmen and in life.
    • another group. What are the common interests of individuals or groups
    • sphere of interest of every producer. Whereas it is now the interest
    • products, which, however, he does out of self-interest, it will be
    • interest in consumption, distribution, and production. That is to
    • reflected in the economic interests of the individual man. This must
    • by saying that while other interests which bore a much greater
    • single state, as a nation, was interested. The reciprocal economic
    • an interest in production and consumption wherever it is carried on,
    • just as every member of the community must be interested in the whole
    • a genuine interest in every other country; so that nothing resembling
    • perception does not rest on outer sense perception; it is the result
    • that will appear which is possible to every people, namely, interest
    • interests will arise again and again in world-economy, and will claim
    • understand them or have an interest in preventing their realization.
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    • merely to satisfy its own needs or those of its nearest kin, carries
    • for their nearest kindred, but for one another, “human
    • expended and has to be restored in the human body: it corresponds,
    • obstacle: They have tried to observe at rest things that are always in
    • so: there, however, it suffices to observe the state of rest in a
    • as though it were composed of a multitude of tiny states of rest and
    • even movement as if it were composed of states of rest.
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    • creating economic instincts, as they became more restricted to the
    • Subsequently, the “Commandment ” is restricted more to the
    • interesting study — especially for the first centuries of the
    • about that one man always works for the rest — for the community
    • then it will be to his interest that the products of Nature should
    • Nature, it will be to his interest that the other kind of products
    • should decrease in value. Now when this “interest” becomes
    • interest either in Nature or Spirituality or Capital. When is it so in
    • interests of those producers who are on the side of Nature, nor of
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    • certain point and being there arrested. Every time a value is
    • arrested, there arises, not a further value-creating movement, but
    • arrested. Human need or consumption confronts it and there arises the
    • to a force that is arrested, held in equilibrium, rather than to a
    • economic effect is connected with the rate of interest.
    • Assume that the rate of interest is low. If as a spiritual creator in
    • interest to pay, I can produce my goods more cheaply. Thus I shall
    • interest falls. So long as the Capital continues to be turned to good
    • always so. When the rate of interest goes down, he who requires credit
    • interest is 5%. A person borrowing Capital on the security of land
    • outright. Assume now that the rate of interest falls to 4%. More
    • result of a falling rate of interest, land becoming not cheaper but
    • more expensive. When the standard rate of interest goes down, land
    • It would make a very interesting study to compare, for example, the
    • other. The thing would make an interesting subject for a dissertation.
    • itself, these human beings will find it possible to arrest the
    • it that the worker is not restricted to one solitary manipulation
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    • economic process — works in direct opposition to the interests of
    • is to his interest that the rate of interest should be low. Having
    • less interest to pay, he will be less hampered in his use of the
    • landowner, or anyone who has an interest in the land becoming dearer,
    • interest. If he has a low rate of interest to pay, the value of his
    • make them cheaper because of a low rate of interest. Commodities,
    • rate of interest is low. Land, on the other hand, which gives a yield
    • of interest is low. You can easily work it out. It is an economic
    • rates of interest: We ought to have a rate of interest as low as
    • commodities; and a rate of interest as high as possible for everything
    • directly from what we said before. We want a rate of interest as high
    • out in practice. A slightly higher rate of interest for Capital
    • help. A considerably higher rate of interest — say, for instance,
    • the rate of interest which would keep the land at an ever constant
    • practice without taking additional steps. 100% interest for money
    • is indeed a palpable fact and it is interesting to find it discussed
    • in this way. The article is interesting, inasmuch as it endeavours to
    • economic sphere; interesting, too, because it says that these things
    • the Basler Nachrichten — which is also interesting!
    • interest on Nature-property right up to 100% by transmitting as much
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    • grasp at rest what is in constant movement.
    • if I may so call them — the principal factors of rest. Let
    • thing. We should not take the slightest interest in money if it did
    • above its true level. So, for instance, if foresters or huntsmen are
    • living with farmers, the foresters and huntsmen will come off better
    • than the farmers. Farmers, among forest people, have to pay higher
    • prices to the foresters for what they give them — higher prices,
    • respective products, for the simple reason that in forestry, more than
    • real Labour; but in forestry, hunting and the like, we come very near
    • their true level is as follows: First, forestry, then farming, then
    • and forestry it has no meaning. We must never forget that, when we are
    • measure in which the products of forestry and agriculture grow more
    • unrest and discontents. This, therefore, is the most important
    • arising, let us say, among a hunting or forest community. Here the
    • agriculture is added to forestry, the difficulty begins. In effect,
    • uniformly, it would concern us very little. What interests people is
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    • about it. Theories may be interesting, but theories are Natural
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    • phenomenon in which you can truly recognise what are the interests of
    • man. For he knows very well that his interests and dividends will be
    • the War was not desired in France, we need only point to the interests
    • of the numerous small investors and not to the interests of those who
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    • was considered immoral to take an interest on loans; it was only
    • considered moral to lend free of interest. Under these conditions
    • that is to say, from the interest; but it arose from the following
    • those of to-day, he would not pay me interest, but the presumption
    • If this be so, what is interest? Interest — as has already been remarked
    • by some economists — interest is what I receive if I renounce this
    • renounce this mutual right, he pays me interest for it. Interest
    • by interest. For interest is mutuality realised. It has been
    • are the interest; only they have undergone a metamorphosis. And what
    • we see quite plainly here in the payment of interest takes place
    • interest. The wide outlook over the economic process will be active;
    • the interest of the other fellow will be actually there in the
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    • of economic life. But for the rest — in all other respects —
    • different ways. A man may enhance the forestry of a whole country by
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    • — i.e., to the extent that it rests on a true judgment of
    • payment of wages, and in all the rest of economic life as well. We
    • to, the Moon and Venus and the rest, world-economy would also be like
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    • speculation: all I desire is to have a reasonable interest on my
    • community there will be no widespread interest in spiritual work,
    • spiritual interests in the next generation and, in all probability, by
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    • I do not think that interest on money should be abolished, provided
    • interest is actually necessary in the economic life), you may say: How
    • me, if I am only going to pay them interest for an atrociously short
    • will get interest out of my business for as long a time as possible.
    • picture and thereby provides a value, a value for which real interest
    • They need the spared Labour of the rest. Suppose that every one of the
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    • things that are around us. It rests with modern initiation science
    • how important it is that we should not rest content with the
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    • been speaking. For here the interests of other souls, on their way
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    • fain rest in the bosom of the Godhead, that I be safe and protected
    • it rest with them to bring these influences in full consciousness
    • and visited the most interesting and important regions of the whole
    • connections with the rest of mankind.
    • in the great Mist of the Cosmos, — I must rest in the bosom
    • in the following way. It is as if the soul would say: I rest in the
    • opening into flower, I rest in the blessing of the Cosmos as it
    • above the Earth, and only that. His whole interest is directed to
    • history in our sense of the word. The Greek is much more interested
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    • battle in the course of the year, struggling to wrest man away from
    • restless alternation between triumphant joy and the grief of acute
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    • interesting work to do, building up civilisation, working for our
    • Failing to receive the proper forces from the rest of the human
    • the rest of our human being, no longer permeate our increasing
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    • things that are around us. It rests with modern initiation science
    • how important it is that we should not rest content with the
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    • fain rest in the bosom of the Godhead, that I be safe and protected
    • it rest with them to bring these influences in full consciousness
    • and visited the most interesting and important regions of the whole
    • connections with the rest of mankind.
    • in the great Mist of the Cosmos, — I must rest in the bosom
    • in the following way. It is as if the soul would say: I rest in the
    • opening into flower, I rest in the blessing of the Cosmos as it
    • above the Earth, and only that. His whole interest is directed to
    • history in our sense of the word. The Greek is much more interested
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    • restless alternation between triumphant joy and the grief of acute
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    • interesting work to do, building up civilisation, working for our
    • Failing to receive the proper forces from the rest of the human
    • the rest of our human being, no longer permeate our increasing
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    • restricted to the outer world of the senses. We thus see that our
    • operated on and had his sight restored. Through what we call esoteric
    • reappearance in a physical body. That will be one of the direst
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    • through space or remaining, in appearance, at rest.
    • spiritual counterparts. The rest of the human body does not at all
    • true; they do not deceive. With regard to the rest of the human body,
    • This matter is exceedingly interesting, because it shows
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    • Dvapara Yuga, Kali Yuga. The last interests us today most
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    • restore what has been used up by day.
    • most interesting treatises about this phenomenon.
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    • or less in the service of those who have an interest in saying what
    • many, however, who have a certain interest in encouraging the
    • interest in cultivating materialism and disseminating it. These
    • the Christ being in the course of human evolution for the rest of the
    • have no interest in such things. On the other hand, they also do not
    • wish to divert the interest away from this Christ. They do not wish
    • interest in the true Christ, Who has passed through the Mystery of
    • Golgotha, to flourish, the interest in the Christ Who had only a
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    • interest what would come out of these seances. They gradually took
    • interest in spiritism; they felt in a certain way ashamed, because
    • humanity's dearest treasure of soul and spirit, to monotheism. What
    • the lecture, the communication of truths; the rest should follow in
    • rest of the earth in certain ways. Each realm of the earth differs
    • then scattered across the rest of the world. The rest of the world,
    • paradise with Lucifer in it and the rest of the earth into which
    • not belong in the same sense to the rest of the earth, because before
    • a man could load at most eighteen tons a day. He arranged for rest
    • these rest periods, were simply discarded. It was discovered by
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    • the mystery of birth. One is striving to wrestle here with real
    • understanding with a terrestrial understanding. When man today wishes
    • of health is increasingly being developed, one that rests, however,
    • the most important extraterrestrial occurrence, it will be precisely
    • paralyzed by directing the attention, the interest, away from Christ
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    • that it is an extract of the rest of nature, there our spirituality
    • through the rest of life. This means nothing other than that, beyond
    • happened and has no interest in what is constantly being prevented
    • restriction, for there is nothing that cannot be told if one reports
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    • rest of the organism have their distinct activities. The influence
    • co-operation of the influence from the head, and that from the rest
    • neutralised, so to speak, by the influence from the rest of the
    • the rest of the organism, outside the head — with this, for
    • there is rhythm both in the rest of the organism and in the head, so
    • too there is digestion, metabolism, both in the rest of the organism
    • just the opposite of that in the West, where he works from the rest
    • upon the head. And what here works back, comes from the rest of the
    • What comes out in this way, in the East that is nearest to us, is
    • head and the effect of the rest of the organism ...
    • sometimes upon the rest of the organism, sometimes upon the head. And
    • the warmth of the rest of the organism streams to meet it. Warmth
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    • person himself doesn't interest me, I will imagine him absent;
    • the warmth he sheds around him, that alone is what interests me.”
    • around him is all that interests me.” Suppose he says: “The
    • warmth is all that interests me.” He talks nonsense, of
    • colour, of which I have only been able to give you the merest hints
    • Suppose I cease to have any interest in this man, but I take his
    • like a head. From now on I take no further interest in the man and I
    • It does not interest us any longer that behind Warmth or Fire is the
    • to incidents that are not without interest. A Norwegian scientist of
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    • crest of a wave; the far spaces of the worlds, broken here and there
    • Johannes Tauler, in Nicolas Cusa, in Valentine Wiegel and the rest,
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    • three, who were guarded and protected by the rest of the circle,
    • highest and purest of revelation stood so close to one another as in
    • knowledge.” The idea is said to rest on an inner necessity.
    • one takes an interest in special forms and manifestations of the
    • manner. There were many people who, although they took interest in
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    • very interesting. This teaching brought to light in a practical
    • very greatest interest. It was taught by reference to facts of
    • other way. And it is really interesting to find, when we go back to
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    • ourselves that all life in the universe rests upon an ascending
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    • certain aspect, very interesting. When I gave a public lecture
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    • then the earth-soul is united with the earth, rests in the interior of
    • the earth. We find then, that the soul of the earth, resting within
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    • taste on the tongue to the hidden, complex proceedings in the rest of
    • interesting effect as an example: we do not dream only when we
    • pours its light over the plant; the human ego shines too, resting
    • him off. Therefore they laid themselves to rest and slept so
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    • for those to be instructed. Examples of the clearest possible kind
    • he added to the rest a piece of cheese and a lark, and then with all
    • giants. The giants said: “We have come again to wrestle with
    • apprentice: “I will wrestle with you!” “It will go
    • wrestle with me, you must be able to do something better than that,”
    • forester, who lived simply and contentedly in the forest and who was
    • willingly have given him everything, but the forester wished to
    • the forester and asked his advice. The latter gave him a branch of
    • a wicked witch who lived in a forest on the edge of his domain. The
    • poplar tree in the forest.
    • to know why they should avoid the poplar tree in the forest. So they
    • stream. As he rested beside it, he saw a fish lying on the bank. The
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    • became more and more restricted to those relationships alone which
    • candidate: “Thou enterest the human Temple Grove”. He
    • himself as a cabbage-bearer and the rest). In most of the ancient
    • to study the official Chemistry of today. For it rests only on
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    • will find again what is truly resting as in a grave, namely the cosmic
    • Anthroposophy is there indeed; it lies at rest in human hearts, only
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    • the extraordinarily interesting drama which ends with the cry: “Thou
    • very poorest family. The whole country must be searched and every boy
    • has created the plants, the animals and men; it is in their interest
    • the daughter of the sinner. A deeply-interesting dialogue now ensues.
    • lightning and the thunder, that he has created the mountains, forests
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    • But neither can the interests of the future be furthered by one who
    • described. But it is greatly to Ahriman's interest to hold firmly
    • The knowledge that has wrestled through to belief is far superior to
    • quote the words of Petrarch: “The knowledge that has wrestled
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    • The Tragic Wrestling with Knowledge.The
    • widespread in the world, namely, the tragic wrestling with
    • the spiritual worlds — this experience, this inner wrestling
    • This wrestling with
    • become active whenever it is a matter of wrestling with knowledge.
    • very nature share in the wrestling for knowledge that characterises
    • the wrestlings and strugglings of the age.
    • I spoke of significant literary works from which these wrestlings of
    • having the will to engage in the wrestlings in which the soul is
    • the full in the spiritual wrestlings of the 19th century. At the time
    • soul which wrestle with the question: How can man find the link with
    • the responsibility for certain matters in the world rests, witness
    • temporary and partly local interest only. I will leave the brochure
    • here in case anybody may still be interested in it. [The
    • passed through all the throes of the wrestling for knowledge in the
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    • mass, overestimates the abilities of his tongue. The people of the
    • him prestige. (Of course, the feeling was not expressed in words.) A
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    • beef when it rests on the plate, when it touches the tongue, when it
    • upper part of the head the purest memory of his previous incarnation;
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    • spiritual element, which does not rain down upon forests nor erupt like
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    • poetry. It is extraordinarily interesting to watch the reversal of method.
    • did not rest until, in Italy, he had acquired an understanding of the
    • spirituality the spirit he missed in the present and restore it. Winckelmann
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    • Considering the terrestrial an image of the cosmic he said to himself:
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    • Well, this was only material, not artistic, interest. He wanted the
    • — while disregarding the rest of the world — to bring forth
    • overestimation of language, of the word. Peoples wish to separate
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    • planetary movement; in mouth and chin, a resting within oneself.
    • Now the rest of man becomes active. Arms and fingers begin to act as
    • impossible. The head must be able to rest, to remain empty; arms and
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    • phenomena and resting within itself, this may be expressed artistically
    • out of terrestrial depths, gave man his will power. With a certain
    • wrested from us. And we must do it in the new art of eurythmy. And in
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    • Park, Forest Row, Sussex.] This may truly signify a
    • interest in the external world, but he takes so much the more
    • interest in what he may call his spiritual inner being. In the life
    • between death and a new birth man's interests are almost entirely
    • develops according to his inner life of spirit. This interest which
    • keenest interest in what is awakening with the change of teeth.
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    • specially interesting to follow the qualities of soul which now
    • whole of the rest of life.
    • grumpy person, this harms him for the rest of his life. This is why
    • interesting in every detail, from morning till evening; the smallest
    • things are interesting. Notice, for instance, how two people take a
    • incarnation, that he was interested in everything in his former earth
    • an “A”? Why should he be interested in an
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    • only a small portion remains, the rest of it being metamorphosed,
    • not find the world less interesting than a man does. A man can make
    • piece at the bottom of it has remained. The rest of it is present in
    • interesting than Schopenhauer's.
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    • his whole body. The head is the traveller that sits back restfully
    • and the rest of his organism, then later on the limbs lose their
    • those who are interested a verbatim report of this proof, with
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    • Now if you simply let the children work freely it is very interesting
    • interesting to see how the child forms things out of his own being.
    • expressed in Eurythmy rests upon laws just as language does. Speaking
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    • embryo, an unborn child. The head is enormous and the rest of the
    • this child stay down and not go up with the rest of the class;
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    • treated as a concrete thing. And so our system of numeration rests
    • interest in making the Waldorf School Method fruitful here in
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    • Today I shall restrict myself to introductory remarks, and to a kind
    • restored. In the external world, they beheld four substances which
    • this restricted view is thought to be the essence of Humoral
    • reference to extra-terrestrial forces. For the scientist of today,
    • to it as a part of the extra-terrestrial universe. Thus the Ancients
    • merely terrestrial. Such individuals were opponents of what “humoral
    • hints — the extra-terrestrial forces associated with the Archaeus and
    • to comprehend this working of cosmic forces into terrestrial
    • Morgagni's work consisted in turning the interest to the after-effect
    • It is of interest to observe the suddenness with which this great
    • extra-terrestrial qualities. Rokitansky referred the degenerative
    • parallelogram are of a terrestrial nature, while the other set of
    • forces which unite with the terrestrial forces so as to form a
    • resultant which is not of terrestrial origin, must be sought outside
    • the terrestrial sphere. We must search for tractive forces which bring
    • non-terrestrial nature. If one not only compares the particular bones
    • forces present in terrestrial substances. But when man passes to
    • transcend what he has from outside, inter-penetrating terrestrial forces
    • terrestrial chemistry. Here we have something of an extra-terrestrial
    • there is something active beyond terrestrial chemistry, and capable of
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    • Tuberculosis. This is an interesting connection. The tuberculous
    • organism restored to its proper way of functioning. Thus in tubercular
    • opportunity arises to restore them to health once more. Before that
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    • interesting axiom of Paracelsus has often been quoted, to this effect:
    • detached all the rest of the human organism from the life of the soul,
    • is perhaps of interest to remind you of the mistake made by Schleich,
    • where they join the petioles, there occurs an interesting
    • revealed among lower organisms in an interesting way.
    • are restored, the animal drawing on its internal formative forces to
    • or restore these formative forces of external nature — of which we
    • disturbance of the lung system, we help to restore that organ's
    • similar inquiry: if we restore the formative forces that we have
    • are of less interest to us at the moment — which appear in a certain
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    • yesterday was certainly of absorbing interest, but I
    • As individual medical men you have the greatest interest in healing
    • organism to arrest this formation, to keep it, as it were, in a
    • bacillus and so forth. Such facts are of great interest to the study
    • appropriate soil for the growth of this or that interesting vegetable
    • us, but working in the rest of Nature's order. The external natural
    • Amphibia and reptiles in this respect, are most interesting — to the
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    • respectively. It might interest you to hear about the part Spiritual
    • and restore salt to an earlier, more primitive, state than that in
    • themselves more with the physical body. In persons who have restless
    • beneficially employ phosphorus, for it tends to restore and re-unite
    • Earth in its interaction with the rest of the Cosmos develops
    • And most interesting of all vegetable forms are the trees. Turn your
    • at the same time, in some sort, a separation from the terrestrial
    • forces. What is non-terrestrial in the plant emancipates itself in the
    • earth, which interacts with extra-terrestrial forces, gradually
    • we cannot restrict ourselves to the lower abdominal regions.
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    • more dependent on extra-terrestrial or extra-telluric forces than the
    • by extra-terrestrial forces. But its course is interrupted and it is
    • its fullest extent towards the extra-terrestrial spheres. But then
    • what has developed extra-terrestrially is sown again in the soil, and
    • extra-terrestrial cosmos. This interaction, therefore, is not
    • restricted to the form of our planet, but extends to its internal
    • so also is the terrestrial chemistry in plants overcome by the forces
    • extra-terrestrial and the force that makes earth's substances tend
    • Vernal Equinox; this amounts to 25,920 of our terrestrial years. Here
    • extra-terrestrial agents, we must look here for the effects of what
    • planet in extra-terrestrial space is in an especially favourable
    • terrestrial substances and the forces impinging on the earth from the
    • plants; inasmuch as these processes take place extra-terrestrially
    • terrestrial and extra-terrestrial poles represent the polar opposite
    • existence of a state of balance between the terrestrial and the
    • extra-terrestrial elements. But there is another state of equilibrium
    • terrestrial or extra-terrestrial, and matter itself; an equilibrium
    • the universe. For us, the first and nearest agency that holds the
    • light-bearing substances in nature, in order to get extra-terrestrial
    • factors, or try to remove the extra-terrestrial from earthly
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    • them terrestrial if you so prefer — and by extra-telluric forces If
    • knowledge, it is especially interesting to observe all the organic
    • the organic sphere, during the rest of his life.
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    • an interplay between the flowers and the whole extra-terrestrial
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    • least a good deal of railway travel. It would be of utmost interest to
    • very region; its action on the rest of the organism is exactly that of
    • movement with rest, during the digestive process itself and so forth.
    • the body the necessary rest and who devours his food and disturbs his
    • the terrestrial sphere (conditioned by extra-terrestrial forces) and
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    • being makes Cichorium intybus such an interesting subject for inquiry.
    • Another plant full of interest in this direction is Equisetum arvense
    • normal course can be, as it were, restored to their proper path, viz.,
    • man. I should like to ask all those who restrict themselves (with a
    • all extra-terrestrial things through his periphery, as is shown by the
    • extra-terrestrial, the cosmic elements in him, and those which pertain
    • the peripheral, the extra-terrestrial region is mirrored, as it were,
    • terrestrial man as a being which individualises itself. These two
    • cosmic-peripheral — so to speak — and the terrestrial or
    • silicic acid in the head formation! Of course we must take the rest of
    • found efficacious in restoring paralysed and defective formative
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    • It was most interesting to hear Dr. K. maintain in last night's
    • interesting lecture of Dr. Sch. the other day on the need for a
    • than as a wanderer, in microscopic amounts (restless as Ahasuerus). It
    • the liver. It would be an interesting investigation, to study the
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    • interest; even such a disorder as grippe (influenza) has indisputably
    • conceivably exist in the external terrestrial sphere; it cannot remain
    • What interests us here is the fact that the function performed in the
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    • restore the full efficiency of this etheric body, which has become
    • chapter of physics and does not interest us here; it is unfortunately
    • These differences must never be underestimated. We must learn to get a
    • to those forms of insanity in which all interest in the external world
    • history one can make the most interesting observations. In giving the
    • than to maintain their own restricted view. The opinion of the time is
    • journalists are much more interesting than that of strong-minded,
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    • the rest will be easy. Acquire the habit of observing whether
    • permeated by the ego and restrained by it; for the ego and this
    • interesting information. Here again, spiritual science reveals
    • The most interesting observations can be made in persons who have been
    • stimulation of diluted rosemary juice, you may be able to arrest the
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    • similar to the terrestrial sphere, as contrasted with the planetary in
    • with the whole man, and restricted to the central area. The diabetic
    • being man really rests, and above all our human thinking which goes
    • restrict themselves more to a mere de-salification. They are not able
    • internal dispersal of this mineral substance helped him to restore his
    • most interesting in this respect; Betula alba, the silver birch, which
    • scurvy grass, Cochlearea officinalis. It is of interest also, as
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    • aroused much interest of recent years. It is significant that we
    • rest after food, so that their digestive processes are not disturbed
    • circumstance of special interest. And in fact the farther we go from
    • the digestive activities in the rest of the organism. All conditions
    • deflect all functional activity from the head to the rest of the
    • afterwards into a red. If we wish to act indirectly, through the rest
    • cleverness which almost destroys him. The fluorine dosage restores the
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    • very interesting connection, between dental processes and the tendency
    • it were, at rest. But this rest is disturbed by the regressive
    • prophylactic influences upon the organism, and it is very interesting
    • This is again an interesting connection. The juice of the horse
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    • inquire whence they come. We need only interest ourselves in the
    • to cope with all the embarrassments of an arrested growth; and how in
    • for extra-terrestrial forces.
    • with the extra-terrestrial world. These hints are not meant to
    • within the profession in the interests of human health. Too often, a
    • physician loses interest in man as a whole, if he specialises in one
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    • course, be of interest to you all — the question of heredity in
    • more attuned to the extra-terrestrial processes, to be taken up as it
    • heavens and in the male it inclines to the terrestrial. It is a strict
    • permanent contest with the terrestrial elements. But the strange
    • between cosmic and telluric forces is restricted in woman to all the
    • sub-terrestrial, in a certain sense; those forces that play through
    • in some degree an antidote, restoring the rhythms between the working
    • The consumption of oysters is an extraordinarily interesting
    • process of extraordinary interest occurs, if small potentised
    • remain. This is the interesting point, that the processes which are
    • awake so rapidly that we escape that peril. Such are the interesting
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    • externally by prescribing rest, should this be practicable for the
    • interior of man. Iron operates so as to restore the balance in case of
    • ego, so to speak, and as a result the soul's processes are restricted
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    • been arrested and whom we have now to educate — or again, to
    • rest of the organism, and especially in the metabolism-and-limbs
    • takes place together with the intestinal activity, in the rest of the
    • that approached him, a person utterly without interest in the world
    • impaired if, in an earlier life, we neglected to develop interest in
    • were debarred from taking any interest at all in the outer world.
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    • madness. Insanity distorted genius. Interest and love can restore
    • on order. For the rest, Schiller's attitude to good and evil is seen
    • are arrested. Thus, in the brain, a beginning is actually made in the
    • greater and greater interest in the mystery of the human
    • interest in the organisation of man — is completely lacking in
    • are communicated cannot be too carefully restricted; for people of
    • interesting. And then, watching all this objectively, we shall find
    • interest. We shall see in it a distorted image of the highest wisdom;
    • as our interest in the whole process grows — without of course
    • deeply and inwardly interesting to us. Suppose an abnormality gets
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    • conditions an organ (e.g. liver) may restrict this activity and
    • sense-perception on the earth. This is a most interesting fact.
    • exceedingly interesting. The physicists have before them this
    • somersaults in thought, all those interesting, but in fact
    • restore connection with the air. And to establish a right
    • comparison with the rest of the organisation. What can we observe as
    • correctly about moral defects. For it is indeed most interesting to
    • interesting discoveries, but all of a sudden, when he touched a
    • talkative if he found anything of interest. The poet began to laugh
    • to be modest and restrained. It has to be sensitive, and have a
    • and “on the spot”, following with intense interest, in
    • exceedingly interesting. Qualities which are in their right place in
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    • of importance. For the rest, we should not intervene in the work of
    • with consciousness, organs that in fact hinder or arrest
    • arrests consciousness. Here the congestion will lead to enhanced
    • restless, struggling movements, because he is trying to hold back the
    • can no longer restrain himself but must give vent, there arises —
    • clever! It stamps into the clearest concepts what is going on in the
    • the symptoms of illness with interest, so that ever and anon we
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    • first time, a watch. It interested him. But his limb organisation is
    • other hand, what an interesting time you could have if you set out to
    • to rest content with the mere description of phenomena; that will get
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    • lack of religious feeling. Interest must be aroused in the boy in all
    • the rest of the course. We may naturally have occasion to extend or
    • signs of increasing restlessness, and grew more and more difficult to
    • human. The things in the world outside have begun to interest him and
    • This works upon the whole of the rest of the human being. For, as you
    • forces. The rest of the body is more or less dependent on what forms
    • directly from the constitution of the mother body, the rest of man is
    • harmony with the rest of the head. You will be quite right in
    • influence. If however the head is incapable of controlling the rest
    • strongly into the rest of the body. In the child before us, we have
    • study of such a child can be very interesting; indeed a child like
    • this is more interesting than many normal children, although many a
    • which has its substance supplied to it from the rest of the organism.
    • bony systems. And in the boy we are considering, lack of interest has
    • have to do with things to stimulate the children's interest and
    • interest to develop. Suppose we are beginning to give them
    • accompany the whole process with a constant rousing of interest and
    • you. Another extraordinarily interesting thing to observe is the
    • child of this kind should be able to notice that we take an interest
    • the head system are too feeble in their influence upon the rest of
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    • learning to speak, he began to be restless, to make restless
    • through your intervention the constant restlessness is actually
    • extraordinarily mobile and restless astral body.
    • enhancement of interest must then at once be followed by a decline of
    • interest. The dramatic quality must ebb away and subside. And this
    • try to tone it all down, try to push back the stream of interest.
    • and interest. And you go on in this way, until at last the whole
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    • with the rest of the body. The child is in all other respects quite a
    • complete isolation from the rest of the soul life. And in this boy
    • Look at her lovely fair hair. An interesting incident has taken place
    • restless and excitable. The mother too was ill at the same time with
    • influenza and has also been restless since, and easily upset. You see
    • is lively and imaginative; she is restless, not merely in her body,
    • restless dreams. Now, it is important to take careful note of how she
    • much that is of very great interest for us when they are in this way
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    • His interest is in "discovery". Good and bad mean liking
    • boy of this kind feels a particular interest in some object, he sees
    • delight and interest. But there his capacity for forming ideas comes
    • interest and enjoyment, and of things that are “bad” in
    • fact, I overestimated at first the results that could be attained by
    • restless movement — an impulse of the will — will be
    • would like to tell you of an interesting little experience that I had
    • this is so, then we can also rest assured that everything is as it
    • this direction, namely, to help psychologically by giving rest and,
    • is going to be a particularly interesting case, and for me personally
    • it has as a matter of fact quite a special interest. For, whenever I
    • size, and the rest of the body six times. Imagining this, I see
    • made first on a small scale. Altogether, a most interesting
    • restless and excited; I don't think the environment here has so far
    • generally makes her excited and restless — even if, in order to
    • restrain herself and not get excited, to become inwardly a little
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    • interest him in the world, as is practise of Waldorf Schools at this
    • time and see what things really interested him, and then, starting
    • from these, to extend his field of interest. Had this been possible,
    • level. For it is plain, the boy has interests. He has moreover
    • carefully how the boy's interests work. You will find they remain in
    • the head organisation; they cannot make their way down into the rest
    • interest. Afterwards I tried to suggest to him that he should make
    • new film; his interest would have had to reach beyond what lay
    • him to listen to it. When an interest seizes hold of him in the very
    • interest down into his metabolism-and-limbs system, then at once his
    • point things that the boy follows with a certain interest, we should
    • go on from these, widening the circle of his interest in all
    • at once begin to experience a widening of his circle of interests.
    • rest of the organism, try getting them to touch their feet with their
    • interest aroused in all the processes that go on in the world in
    • and takes a keen interest in the objects and processes that he finds
    • organism of man, they are peculiarly adapted to restore harmony
    • restrain the ego in face of the temptation that always assails man
    • it, the modern Youth Movement is interesting in the highest degree.
    • must not omit to cultivate this interest in very little things. The
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    • restrained, held in check; and for this purpose the U is added. These
    • now we must go on to speak of the child who is so restless and
    • in his physical body for rest and quiet. The first thing to be done
    • the Moon influences are to some extent wrested away, turned aside,
    • that it was only Goethe's discreet reserve which had restrained him
    • relating stories that made the rest of the company smile — not
    • of his own life, and loosening in this way the tongues of the rest of
    • than all the rest of us put together — a most remarkable fact;
    • actually the rest of us have made so few, that taken all together
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    • plant. Goethe's interest in malformation in plants, the study of
    • he deals with such are among the most interesting in all his
    • work spiritually; and we must realise what a responsibility rests
    • least spiritually of all; in comparison with the rest of the plant,
    • you see, upon having it in our power to wrest ourselves away from the
    • whole Anthroposophical Movement. You can rest assured that the
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    • decisions with regard to spiritual questions rest upon
    • beyond the privation, we wrestle for the entrance into that
    • people are arrested by terror. But it is impossible to gain any
    • responsibility can rest to-day. So we attain to a Spiritual
    • marestail, Equisetum Arvensae, anabolic forces which
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    • substance. Matter is something which is never at rest; it
    • Now it is especially interesting that when
    • how are we to restore to it in a greater degree the character
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    • there arises a state of dullness, or faintness, while the rest
    • rest. As a matter of fact, he suffers from a constant illness:
    • the 'desire to rest.' He must be cured of this, for he is only
    • longing for rest, a feeling of slackness. Directly there is too
    • much iron, an involuntary over-activity and restlessness sets
    • or a decrease of the iron-content in the organism will restore
    • the human organism and the question is: How are we to restore
    • to restore the co-operation of these three higher principles
    • everything that leaves him at rest and fills him with inner
    • the system of nerves and senses is driven into the rest of the
    • object as far as possible into a state of complete rest so that
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    • decisions with regard to spiritual questions rest upon
    • Beyond the feeling of pain, beyond the privation, we wrestle
    • soul-being. And here many people are arrested by terror. But it
    • responsibility can rest to-day. So we attain to a Spiritual
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    • rest; it merely represents what is, actually, a
    • especially interesting that when the system of
    • we have above all to ask: how are we to restore to it in a
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    • while the rest of the organism functions as in waking life.
    • rest. As a matter of fact, he suffers from a constant illness:
    • the ‘desire to rest.’ He must be cured of this, for
    • longing for rest, a feeling of slackness. Directly there is too
    • much iron, an involuntary over-activity and restlessness sets
    • or a decrease of the iron-content in the organism will restore
    • restore the Ego-organisation to the system of
    • remedy for migraine is peculiarly adapted to restore the
    • the metabolic-limb system; everything that leaves him at rest
    • body, the system of nerves-and-senses is driven into the rest
    • object as far as possible into a state of complete rest so that
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    • life of thought. Such a state of living, of resting in quietude —
    • say, experiment for a time with one's own soul, allowing it to rest
    • creates, inwardly, a world; this fact arrests our attention, and we see
    • general condition of restlessness. One sees, in a word, because the
    • interesting, because in this spiritual-medical work results have been
    • from the plant kingdom, or one must restrain the etheric body, and in
    • such an outgrowth is somewhere or other suppressed, restrained, in its
    • rescue of the Ego, and the correct balance is thus restored.
    • It all rests, therefore, upon our penetration into the profound
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    • life of thought. Such a state of living, of resting in quietude —
    • say, experiment for a time with one's own soul, allowing it to rest
    • creates, inwardly, a world; this fact arrests our attention, and we see
    • general condition of restlessness. One sees, in a word, because the
    • interesting, because in this spiritual-medical work results have been
    • from the plant kingdom, or one must restrain the etheric body, and in
    • such an outgrowth is somewhere or other suppressed, restrained, in its
    • rescue of the Ego, and the correct balance is thus restored.
    • It all rests, therefore, upon our penetration into the profound
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    • the interests of actual groups of human beings, and was
    • interests. One could see it; one could see this Utopia, coming
    • interests (though these interests didn't come to expression in
    • interests of the one particular class, its indifference to
    • everything that lies outside these particular class-Interests.
    • crystallised out into what has found its clearest, its
    • other interests than interests of common humanity, — by
    • what had, and could have, only interests of caste, interests of
    • these single, separate interests, then, mount up to what we
    • find as the collective totality of interests when we come to
    • interests: which is to say, that economic interests
    • been taken to forestall this confusion of provinces in the
    • were extremely real western interests behind. And so we have to
    • something which is Not-a-Utopia, namely very real interests.
    • didn't say: We appeal to the very real selfish interests which
    • life itself, of an independent economic life, resting upon its
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    • the interesting case of how the research of this man, as it were,
    • technical progress rests on Galileo's science. The
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    • the water, so that he was completely cut off from the rest of
    • question if we are interested in following the spiritual
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    • of the trees, forests, and sprouting plants of this sunny
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    • discussion about the subject has simply been put to rest.
    • you will find Nirvana — rest within the divine!
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    • This is very interesting to observe, though you will only realize it
    • leaf, which, wrests itself out of the Earth and presses forward into
    • restricted to narrow limits in the root, and he knew that what lives
    • a unity both that which lives in the narrowly restricted space of the
    • restore it to the service of the good gods. We can trace these things
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    • lighter he must restore his heaviness by a strong exercise of will.
    • restored by an effort of will; and as a result the wisdom of the stars
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    • this which was experienced as a resting in the surging Moon-forces,
    • were, imprinted it on the Universe, and it rests within the whole
    • have made some interesting discoveries. Some of you will know a book
    • the unrestrained way in which human will is developing, you will be
    • it because of its strangeness, and this produces a restlessness which
    • way into this age, and the general unrest typical of our civilization
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    • can wrest it from them; we can harness once more within narrow limits
    • From the giants he wrested the forces of preparation to transform the
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    • When people gradually become interested in the various branches of
    • tend more than all the rest to hinder man from pressing on into the
    • to develop the purest morality in his pupils. For this reason an
    • and here we reach an interesting point — showing how necessary it
    • means, one of which may strike one as strange, but it rests upon a
    • something a great deal more interesting than what can be seen in the
    • but it is more particularly of interest to one who is anxious to
    • The spirit-land proper, which is specially interesting because there
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    • the rest of the Christian festivals. In the course of the years we
    • bosom of the Earth there rests all that the Earth unfolded during
    • summertime has now been completely drawn in by the Earth, to rest in
    • extraterrestrial. Just as the ancient initiates had said of the
    • super-terrestrial. And these super-earthly forces which the Christ
    • certain extraterrestrial spiritual beings, now shining out to them
    • that which works out of extraterrestrial regions into the Earth again
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    • festivals before the rest of mankind, before the laity, and who gave
    • from the inspiring effect of the festivals was expressed in the rest
    • And so it is everywhere. Who is interested today in anything that
    • in the world rests on a real quality of being, and this quality must
    • things — then we can never restore the pulse of three.
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    • animal existence. But they not only had no interest, they had no
    • The other side is this: that no interest existed among this ancient
    • people in general took no particular interest in the human figure as a
    • space-form. They had, however, an intense interest in what pertains to
    • find people with the common consciousness interested in the human
    • form. On the other hand, they were interested in the color of the
    • one side man was not interested in the dead mineral world, nor, on the
    • other, in the human form. There was an interest, as we have said, in
    • Thus, the specifically human lay outside the interest of these people
    • were rested, then a need stirred in them for some other form of
    • rested there. And at Christmas time the Mystery teachers caused the
    • forms, so that man gradually came to have an interest in the human
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    • consider as exclusively their own, but which they viewed as resting
    • throughout the rest of the year it was hidden from them. Of course
    • not have been able to speak thus, for then everything rested on
    • super-terrestrial streams down into the earthly world. But now the
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    • wrestled for manhood was also, at a lower level, victorious over the
    • into the rest of man's nature. The Ego, living in the nerve-process,
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    • the human organism, and it is interesting to observe its gradation.
    • There where the skull rested on the cervical vertebrae, imagine a
    • soil which has caused all these flowers — violets, roses and the rest
    • the rest of man that belong to Lucifer and Ahriman. Here in the midst,
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    • once absolved the debt, in order that the dead man might rest in peace
    • equally laden; we have, then, not a state of rest but a state of
    • state of rest, but a state of equilibrium; and the two forces which
    • poise, not at rest, but delicately poised in equilibrium.
    • fondness nor with favor; all that thou requirest is to submit thyself
    • this quiet and calm interest we call in Ahriman. It is not easy to
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    • made possible by the unrestricted Gothic style, he conceived
    • meine Geschwister, Elektren und Oresten, den Knaben, und unsere
    • anew – nor doth my restless soul ever feel here at home. Long
    • doth cheat of the fairest joys; his thoughts, with longing, forever
    • other about in the tenderest bonds of love. But woman’s lot
    • preserved Electra, my dear sister, preserved the youth Orestes and
    • our mother, his finest treasures at home, O then at last restore
    • his lip. His restless thoughts
    • His dearest treasures? – then at length
    • restore
    • recitation and declamation, rests upon such intimacies as the
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    • brest of hairecloth, and my
    • rests at ease beneath some pleasant weed.
    • opprest,
    • Some in the fields of purest Aether
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    • Dass du den leichten Rest des
    • (Opprest with
    • quite become a purely conceptual representation; it is arrested on
    • however. It is arrested: it is held up in the region of the vowels;
    • purely conceptual representations, we arrest it where the will
    • Nordic-Germanic peoples arrested the impulse, the urge and impetus
    • Ask not of rest
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    • thy lyre, even as the forest is:
    • contemplation, a resting within oneself, will be connected with a
    • Forest
    • animals of the forest know of the love of the handsome youth for
    • The Apprentices of Sais, and wrests itself from
    • of the most intimate – one of the fairest flowers of poetic
    • He climbed to the crest of the
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    • the heraldic crest or nature lost
    • clearest essence of the light
    • this way, the art of speaking must be restored to a life in the
    • Spürest du
    • influenced by Romantic interest in northern “Bardic”
    • Even as over the rest uplifting her brows and
    • tried in the speech-formation of his own epic to restore to life
    • any modern English attempt to restore alliteration in its
    • full-blooded form, there may be a certain interest here in the
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    • and leave all the rest to him. He must become absorbed in the
    • proud Crest of Satan, that no sight,
    •  [Perhaps the nearest parallel in English
    • is the unrestricted and freely expansive rhythm of Blake. He
    • – at any rate to some degree. It would restore to man’s
    • German language, fine discriminations which are of special interest
    • sense of delicacy and restraint, and the subtle humour to which the
    • Restless it roules and unsecure,
    • Rest
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    • Und was du da hörest, sind Klagen.
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    • just how much of that primaeval strength Wilhelm Jordan could wrest
    • Who would never rest while the wretch was
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    • interests us in connection with our spiritual-scientific point of
    • that should rest in the personality, the individuality, of each man
    • during these lectures — was restored to Him after the
    • that by excluding all direct working upon the Will, the purest
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    • It is most interesting to see how Lessing came to the idea of
    • interesting to see how Drossbach, although his thinking is still
    • wrestling with the Spirit of the Cosmos. When we feel our own
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    • mankind and have acquired powers which the rest of humanity will
    • in the very least whether the prestige of other Adepts would be
    • ought to be common to all. It is interesting to see how Kant, whom
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    • passage must be read. Every tradition which rests only upon the
    • interest we must examine is the following. Why, in the very earliest
    • if the purest, the highest, truth concerning the world were set
    • his hearer for the rest of his incarnation. This, however, can never
    • Akashic record; through this alone will their full value be restored.
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    • extract. The rest of the etheric body is given over into the general
    • the purest expression of the fourth post-Atlantean epoch.
    • contests, his wrestling, his gymnastics and so on, in order to become
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    • Event which completely restored the lost principles of human
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    • spiritual world stands continually in connection with all the rest of
    • took its start from the Events of Palestine. And it is interesting
    • collaterally with the rest of humanity, and at the time of which we
    • interesting is the remarkable language he spoke.
    • in the Mysteries by the side of the rest of humanity, was born for
    • when we restore the text of the Gospels from the Akashic record: The
    • recognise the same form in the Phantom, now freed from terrestrial
    • appear in the purest form of his etheric body to those who were
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    • interesting Theosophy — was the teaching which influenced
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    • earthly impressions would have aroused no interest in him. It was
    • through the Luciferic Spirits that he came to have this interest, to
    • whole? Why was it that in his interests and desires he did not succumb
    • the consequences of material desires and interests, to the end that he
    • exactly as much suffering and pain in the world as there is interest
    • into the earthly sphere, forced downwards by his earthly interests and
    • interests, impulses and desires down into the earthly sphere. Where —
    • interest for earthly life, was truly expressed by the saying of the
    • rest satisfied with letting Christ's power work upon him
    • it is not for us to give the answer; that obligation does not rest
    • The duty to answer rests upon one who denies, not upon one who agrees.
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    • one hears are the purest trash, because, as I say, it is one of the
    • all that is connected with the bitterest foe of mankind, that Being
    • restricted circles. Nevertheless it will make its way through mankind,
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    • interest. During the visit the idea of holding this Summer Course on
    • man's innermost being. They rest on tradition, and are a heritage
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    • example nearest to hand — the day. Our relation to the
    • seemed the purest nonsense to imagine that the highest development of
    • purest nonsense to imagine that anyone could become a perfected human
    • thought it barbaric that the boys should not wrestle and fall upon
    • wrestling was evolved? And we see that the whole system existed for
    • directions. All movement and all palæstric in wrestling was
    • limbs of the wrestler. Man's whole system of movement was to be
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    • ourselves: Can we imitate this ideal? We cannot, for it rests upon
    • still wanted to be as Greek as the Greeks were, with the interest in
  • Title: Education: Lecture V: The Emancipation of the Will in the Human Organism
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    • dancing and wrestling that the head-activity was poured into the
    • forces work and, arrested by the gums, pass over into speech. If at
    • the labial sounds the breast system, in the palatal sounds the rest
    • WORD. The WORD worked in Greek wrestling. The shadowy image of the
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    • intellectual powers in the child we arrest growth; but we liberate the
    • simply hold them back, restrain them. We ourselves may sit still, but
    • adjusting. Restless sleep is the result of mere external methods of
    • constitution cannot be sufficiently refreshed and restored in sleep.
    • were instructed by the gymnasts in dancing and wrestling, as I have
    • the child sleeps deeply and peacefully. The restlessness and
    • when the soul returns to the body, restlessness and faulty processes
    • the ninth and tenth years. Outwardly, the child becomes restless; he
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    • the forces of bones and cartilage and sinew in relation to the rest
    • no real interest in the mineral as such. And it is very much to the good
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    • restless but suddenly finds that the solution has come to him
    • small part only of the soul's experience; nevertheless the rest is
    • we can only do so if we bring an intense life, an awakened interest
    • three or four weeks to rest within the soul and so work on in the
    • interest and diligence, but first and foremost of the teacher's
    • interest, diligence and sincerity.
    • his hands, still wrestling with the subject-matter. Those who do not
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    • nearest to him, when in thought and feeling he has grasped the life
    • immanent in the world. When the rest of the teaching takes the form I
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    • is showing signs of restlessness and peevishness. We must be able to
  • Title: Human Values in Education: Lecture I
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    • can restore to man the significance of the world, and to the world the
    • made a certain impression on circles interested in the
    • interest which every man should have for others. In everyday
    • interested in principles of educational method which might
    • system. What did interest us was reality, absolute true
    • no great interest in general theories, but so much the greater
    • is our interest in impulses coming from anthroposophy which can
    • interest is taken, however, in penetrating into the great
    • most able to wrest itself free from the body, so that it was no
    • followed. What gives the Greek epoch its special value rests on
    • knowledge rests on practical experience, he has “green
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    • can restore to man the significance of the world, and to the world the
    • exercise restraint in his way of looking at things. He did not
    • in him cannot find its way out. Now it is interesting to
    • to their interest to keep hidden from the rest of mankind for
    • is nothing of greater interest than to set himself the problem
    • rest of our lives. The most we can do is to have them stopped,
    • grammes only; the rest of the weight is lost in the cerebral
    • the rest of the organism. Walking and using the hands make it
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    • can restore to man the significance of the world, and to the world the
    • presto! snap goes the mousetrap. If one were to make use of the
    • the child is only interested in certain things in the outer
    • world, not in everything. He is only interested in what we
    • interesting to watch a child learning to walk. You must learn
    • to observe this. But it is more interesting still, although
    • and wrote a book about it which is extremely interesting. In
    • an interest in speech. During the first seven years of life
    • there is an interest in gesture, in everything connected with
    • interest in everything connected with the pictorial form, and
    • change of teeth the child's interest passes over from gesture
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    • can restore to man the significance of the world, and to the world the
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    • can restore to man the significance of the world, and to the world the
    • interest in everything. But after I had told him all I could
    • as interested in every detail connected with physical health
    • should have the deepest interest in, and pay the greatest
    • the world as a single individual and has absolutely no interest
    • uninteresting. Even as a child no human being was ever
    • uninteresting to me. And I know that I should never have been
    • beings interesting.
    • is this width of interest which permeates the teachers'
    • It is interesting to see how from year to year the
    • it for itself, and it is extraordinarily interesting to observe
    • class, it is interesting for instance to discover that a class
    • interesting, not only on account of the talk which takes place
    • only come about in the course of the years, is an interesting
    • on top of them and the rest are continually running out of the
    • interest. We must of course make use of the good qualities of
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    • can restore to man the significance of the world, and to the world the
    • further interest by visiting the parents in their home, then in
    • It shows itself in the child as an inner restlessness; he asks
    • widest possible interest in each individual child and nothing
    • inside him, and it is just here that quite interesting
    • changed when from a state of rest it is brought into movement.
    • in which these people were interested. They were of the type
    • to a Society which is interested in the history of literature,
    • restlessness, but a pleasant kind of restlessness is
  • Title: Human Values in Education: Lecture VII
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    • can restore to man the significance of the world, and to the world the
    • which is intended to restore the lost colour. Now even if the
    • he has become fidgety and restless and has lost all power of
    • interest in the child's attitude of mind, becoming in a certain
    • start, showing great interest in everything, but whose interest
    • psychologically I was interested to know the reason for his
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    • can restore to man the significance of the world, and to the world the
    • German language. In German something is described that rests
    • learn to wrestle with language, we must feel our ego going
    • that he begins to be interested in individual human beings. If
    • interest in it. It will be evident that he is eager to know
    • The father or mother will stand behind, resting their hands on
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    • can restore to man the significance of the world, and to the world the
    • interest in everything existing in the world. Only when the
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    • can restore to man the significance of the world, and to the world the
    • quite interesting to observe how anthroposophy is dealt with
    • the Gnosis is known today. It is interesting that today many
    • the purest, truest, most intimate humanity, such a striving as
    • interesting. It was put forward by pupils who were in the
    • interesting testimony to the inner necessity of such education.
    • been achieved; for our anthroposophical education rests on
    • experienced. This is why when one tries to stimulate interest
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture I: Introduction - Aphoristic remarks on Artistic Activity, Arithmetic, Reading, and Writing
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    • the least interested in accommodating themselves to this
    • individual later to take an interest in the whole world as far
    • rest of their bodies after them. And the result is that the
    • interest, but because, for instance, it sees, in actual fact,
    • interest the whole being of the child in this
    • that, but we try to awaken his interest in the form itself.
    • it engages the interest of the whole being. Consequently, we
    • from his head into the rest of his body. But the ego and the
    • understanding dawns on him and interest awakes in their
    • children. Try not to excite interest artificially by relying on
    • children, to let the interest grow from the child's own
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    • interested to hear, but if you retain from it a sense of
    • And you can rest assured: We are not brought together in life
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    • unity, and the rest of the body, too, the human body is really
    • an anomaly; we ought to evolve the head from the rest of the
    • recitation. Then there must flow in from the rest of the
    • his amusing ways, in his relation to the rest of nature. And in
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture IV: The First School-lesson - Manual Skill, Drawing and Painting - the Beginnings of Language-teaching
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    • rest. They sometimes naively confess as much in these words:
    • kind of healing or restoration of the soul's being must take
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    • intelligent, even very interesting (from the point of view I
    • be extraordinarily interesting, but it would obstruct
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    • science, as offshoots of science. All kinds of interesting
    • been particularly interested in what they call the process of
    • soul-activity. It is interesting, of course, and in another
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    • underneath and rests on the trunk at the flattened spot,
    • should you go on to the rest of natural history, and first of
    • teeth, which are, of course, also organs appended to the rest
    • on the trunk and rest upon it; it cannot move freely. But the
    • that it rests on his shoulders, that it does not want to move
    • interest in piano lessons when he was shown the function of the
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture VIII: Education After the Twelfth - History - Physics
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    • point he begins to take an inner interest in the great
    • interests they have followed as if they were machines. It has
    • much of the tormenting restlessness of life arises from the
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    • restrictions we can perform our task at the Waldorf School when
    • do not at any price underestimate the value for educational
    • succeed in interesting the child so much that he asks his
    • for if children are really interested in the lesson such life
    • lesson — if the lesson interests us ourselves, we are
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    • on to geometry, whereas we have hitherto restricted the
    • diverted to something more interesting. Here the presence of
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    • in the form of rivers and mountains, meadows and forest, etc.,
    • will be tremendously interested in this Alpine structure, which
    • bring unity into the rest of teaching. It is, perhaps,
    • should we neglect, in describing the forest, for instance, to
    • describe the saw-mill. First we lead over from the forest to
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture XII: How to Connect School with Practical Life
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    • almost inapplicable to that vocation. People must be interested
    • interesting chapter. People's thoughts must be directed
    • jargon of words or dislike the interests represented there, but
    • rooted in life, that we should have an interest in and a
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    • afflicted with senile decay. The audience grew restless, and
    • and the rest in the morning, and we shall take, in moderation
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    • most two or three or four pages long — all the rest in
    • first years at school. These cease in the interests of human
    • for the rest of his life. It is still natural to him to satisfy
    • what we have to introduce into the rest of our teaching. And
    • teach things of interest to the reason, to the intellect, very
    • interest sums, discount sums, etc.
    • at this stage. For the inner selfish appetite for interest,
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    • “The second is that as teachers we must take an interest
    • and mankind. As teachers we must be interested in all worldly
    • from anything of possible interest to man — if we were to
    • ought to be able to take an interest in the biggest and
    • second thing: The teacher must be interested in every aspect
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    • secondarily head in the rest of the body. Thus the parts are
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    • a decree which obscured an earlier vision resting on instinctive
    • For the true nature of man rests on the fact that through him new
    • We arrest the death process within ourselves, and it is only we as
    • human beings who can arrest it, and bring into this dying element a
    • place in man is not a matter of indifference to the rest of nature,
    • but rather the rest of nature reaches into man and what takes place in
    • but is arrested on its way. To-morrow we shall link up the thoughts we
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    • external form — is viewed as impulse, it is very interesting to
    • house is taken to the train that she may travel to the Spa. The rest
    • the rest of the party are terrified. But the lady runs so fast that
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    • relationship to will to fructify our consideration of the rest of the
    • separated from the rest of the body, the less do we notice it. In
    • is almost completely separated from the rest of the organism. And the
    • is really feeling. This fact explains a very interesting historical
    • few works on art which are so interesting from a psychological point
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    • immediately from the region nearest to him — from the inspired
    • rest there. It is at rest, and since you only move with these other
    • rest on the body, otherwise it could not be the organ of
    • relative rest into independent movement, it would fall asleep. It
    • being conveyed during the resting condition, that the human being is
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    • They have more of the nature of thought and have lost the restless
    • you could liberate his nerve system from the rest of the
    • Other things claim your interest and attention. Now what happens to
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    • Connection of Will and memory. Interest begets memory. Each soul force
    • awaken in the child a vivid interest in the animal kingdom. We shall
    • that the interest we arouse for the animal world becomes greater and
    • greater. The greater the interest such lessons arouse the more they
    • awakens an intense interest in the child also contributes to a very
    • own movement, whereby we can tell whether we are at rest or in
    • recognising that this knowledge character rests in a subtle way upon
    • The will at rest also works into the perception of your balance. It
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    • knowledge must be truly real, which means it must rest upon a true
    • lion from the rest of our experience, but bring it into line with the
    • will again be carried over into the rest of life. If now we consider
    • preparation rested entirely on the assumption that one describes
    • really lives continually in the present, and is interested in what is
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    • sculpture. Head arrests limb movement. Head and breast turn limb dance
    • resting on our shoulders that we carry about a real body. We consist
    • rest of our body. We are really a whole world, only what wants to
    • here at the end of it, where it rays in: the rest is invisible. Thus
    • world? It rests on the shoulders, as I told you when speaking in
    • movement of the world continuously to rest within itself. Place
    • brings the movement to rest inwardly. If you have room you may even
    • lie down in the railway carriage, you can rest — though this rest
    • rest. Thus the head brings to rest in you what the limbs perform in
    • head brings into rest.
    • the breast into the head, for the head, lazy fellow, rests on the
    • participate in the movements while at rest, because the head rests on
    • to rest in the soul, and through this begin to pass over into tones.
    • rest. You do not perceive the movement externally — just as when
    • lying down in a train you may have the illusion of being at rest. You
    • form, be carried at rest by your limb system.
    • For he should take an interest in all that has happened in the world.
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    • sleep to different forms of mental activity. Interest essential ...
    • disturbs restful sleep. Excessive spiritual work disturbs sleep just
    • that continuous interest is combined with it, this interest and
    • you read with really deep interest — the more you will be
    • what you read with interest and warmth of feeling the more you will be
    • interest. For if we only assimilated what aroused our interest we
    • spiritualising of bodily activity, and the arousing of interest in
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    • unitedly, unrestricted by external prescription, develop their educational
    • child one can observe that all speech and all learning to speak rests
    • image — it is only by way of image, but it rests upon a truth:
    • nature. He was himself tremendously interested in all his microscopic
    • it but they cannot develop the same interest for it. We as teachers
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    • unitedly, unrestricted by external prescription, develop their educational
    • took towards the spirit. They rested on the fact that men
    • nervous system, in our brain, and in those parts in the rest of our
    • man's whole nature than we do to-day. But our human progress rests on
    • develop this higher knowledge. The rest only need sound judgment and
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    • unitedly, unrestricted by external prescription, develop their educational
    • [By Translator — It is interesting to read Kipling's
    • rests entirely on knowledge such as this I obtained
    • It is of particular interest to see by means of a scientific spiritual
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    • arrest at the surface of our bodies, in the sense organs, — while
    • abstract spirit in the clouds like a mystic, and for the rest, holds
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    • of lion, eagle, ape, of camel, cow and all the rest. We view the whole
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    • his brain, but they go in by way of the rest of his nervous system
    • felt slightly ashamed, and order was restored.
    • The phlegmatic child can make little use of his head. The rest of his
    • restless by choler.
    • head into the rest of his organism. The physical organism of his head
    • head to the rest of his organism. What is learned gets stuck, as it
    • were, in the head. It cannot penetrate down into the rest of the
    • head is like a sieve, who lets everything through into the rest of his
    • body and into the circulation of the rest of his body. You take both
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    • unitedly, unrestricted by external prescription, develop their educational
    • being a ne'er-do-well can be sometimes so extraordinarily interesting,
    • Waldorf School a very interesting case, a very abnormal boy. He has
    • interest. He fondled him, led him back to his place, gave no sign of
    • at rest, but with things which involve manipulation. Hence children
    • you will find all sorts of interesting things. Here, for instance, is
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    • unitedly, unrestricted by external prescription, develop their educational
    • a girl's interest in the things one has been teaching or telling her.
    • Where attention and interest are kept alive the whole physical
    • without pause or proper rest. And you will see that even the
    • it was in no need of a name. But since in this terrestrial world men
    • restrain the children from coming, because it is extraordinarily
    • speech organs the movements are arrested and repressed. For instance,
    • a movement which is arrested in status nascendi. But it seeks
    • If there should be a sufficient interest for this expressive art we
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    • unitedly, unrestricted by external prescription, develop their educational
    • without restraint and arrive at some decision together when we see
    • rests.
    • little impulse for education is contained in the rest of our
    • attention and interest they have accorded them.
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    • interest anyone concerned with the rhythmic interplay between physiology,
    • the fingers. It is really extremely interesting to study the connection
    • limb comes to rest on the other. In this feeling of one limb on the
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    • interest anyone concerned with the rhythmic interplay between physiology,
    • We take the movement away. Thus we restore to the vowel in outer
    • one then returns (to the rest position; the ed.) and performs the same
    • always returning (to the rest position; the ed.). When these movements
    • try to do the whole exercise without bringing the arms back (to the rest
    • the rest position; the ed.) and now somewhat lower, back again, lower
    • must try to conduct the exercise so that the person can always rest
    • other so that they touch. Now return (to the rest position; the ed.),
    • Now we want to make an “A”: we return (to the rest position;
    • rear; that you need to do only once, but return first (to the rest
    • the outward-going path of speech is restored to it. And, whether one
    • brought to expression. The movement is truly as if one would arrest
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    • interest anyone concerned with the rhythmic interplay between physiology,
    • one states that one is bringing to a standstill, arresting, that in
    • with R one strives to bring this pursuit to rest. The lips want to follow
    • to rest. It is a wave rather than a vibration that comes to expression.
    • the A in fact lies nearest to the animal nature in man, and in a certain
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    • interest anyone concerned with the rhythmic interplay between physiology,
    • of urine. These connections are certainly extraordinarily interesting
    • interesting letter is the H, which actually has the most vowel nature
    • and there must be pauses for rest between each of the jumps as well.
    • mteresting, in fact, to have a physiologist of the present day here
    • a short rest after every three jumps, at the transition to the next
    • and now one rests — long, short, long — and now a rest —
    • short, long, short, — now a rest. Thus one has in this a movement
    • organism. It is particularly interesting to see how the movement, which
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    • interest anyone concerned with the rhythmic interplay between physiology,
    • just shown you simultaneous with a decided B movement, now rest, B while
    • people who sit out their lives, spend their lives without interest for
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    • interest anyone concerned with the rhythmic interplay between physiology,
    • interesting. Consider the human being schematically: head, rhythmic
    • that is something of much less interest to us at the moment. What interests
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    • interest anyone concerned with the rhythmic interplay between physiology,
    • intelligent but intellectually quickly tired.” A most interesting
    • have an interesting question that has been presented to me. Naturally
    • with a strong sexuality which they restrained precisely because it was
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    • interest anyone concerned with the rhythmic interplay between physiology,
    • behind and restrict oneself to harmonizing the disharmonious. That would
    • learning thereby more interesting. Whoever had the idea that healing
    • least to be underestimated in healing.
    • on the other hand, one must not overestimate something like curative
    • but one should not overestimate it. One must make clear to oneself that
    • soul. Our entire soul and spiritual make-up is wrested from the bodily
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    • What is especially interesting about Franz Brentano is the fact that
    • is aware only of the merest fraction of the whole connection between
    • time, as an art it were to be neglected and underestimated. Eurythmy
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    • reach the interesting fact — and we must grasp it quite clearly: that
    • does not then work down strongly enough into the rest of the body.
    • root. The only part of the plant one is interested in is the root. The
    • rest of it, the green part, is of no importance, it just sits there up
    • interesting fact is this: to build up his digestive organs he needs
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    • in the rest of the body, then — well, if one is growing old properly,
    • others are not interested in sugar; they ignore it. Naturally, such a
    • With nutrition, which is the thing particularly interesting us at this
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    • to a blind person following an operation to restore his sight, so the
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    • rest. This solemn repose is followed by his re-entry into the
    • thrill it with vibrations of purest joy and sublime spirituality,
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    • particularly interesting to understand the connection between what
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    • one's having to restrain oneself from making movements along
    • that it rested within itself. Man began to relate the feeling for his
    • regarding the rest of the world, we leave the musical element the
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    • experience of the fourth is perhaps one of the most interesting for
    • interesting but because it arises at the dividing line between the
    • it must restrain itself, as it were, and this is accomplished through
    • harmony in the direction of willing. This is restricted willing, a
    • the limbs it is arrested as willing. From this you can see how the
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    • is of special interest regarding man's musical experience to go
    • and the tone that I refer to as being the second-nearest to the
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    • little interest in physical affairs and will be engrossed in ennobling
    • certain naive and even justifiable interests of men. The matter
    • instill them into the medium. And it is possible for those interested
    • numbers of people ... and you must be satisfied if interest, at most,
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    • work, trying to make the best of what can be wrested from the
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    • in the human soul from tenderest youth to ripest age has always felt
    • mysteries of existence by the path of severest self-discipline,
    • purest doctrine of compassion and love. They arose when, under the
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    • yesterday we spoke of Buddhism as the purest teaching of compassion
    • purest, most genuine Buddhism, love translated into deed must be
    • from the rest of the world only because he craves for more and
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    • has not only shelter and support in his own inner being but rests in
    • and spiritual Beings; you are born of the Spirit and rest in the
    • indolence and a dislike of having to wrestle with many concepts; but
    • had lost was restored to him at the time of the Baptism in the
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    • within that purified terrestrial Being who up to his thirtieth year
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    • and thereby upon the body, resulting in restoration of health. And
    • be restricted through the centuries to the acquisition of inner
    • physical and material. Those who are interested in the truths of
    • interested in what is related about the two Jesus-children, and say:
    • there are people whose souls are so filled with the interests and
    • remains with them as a heritage. The rest of humanity ascends slowly
    • being, in Christ Jesus, as will be the case in the rest of mankind at
    • considered the rest only half or quarter mad!
    • severed from the rest of the organism. So too, if he would
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    • the interests of my lord; therefore they will have no particular
    • liking for me. I have paid no attention to their interests. I must do
    • restore the biblical records in their true form to the world, for
    • from self-interest, must work in the world.
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    • The rest of humanity
    • the mission of John was to present in its purest and noblest form
    • natural science it is extremely interesting that already to-day there
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    • should not be underestimated. This is true not only insofar as it
    • lively interest in what is happening to their ancestors. Such souls
    • whose interest is concentrated less on worldly happenings as they
    • develop maturity in the spiritual world. Their interest lies in the
    • most interesting among them were not those who studied the writings
    • reading expounded on these things. And it was most interesting to
    • most interesting to observe how on the one hand the tentacles of
    • instance, listen with profound interest to an explanation of the
    • when they wished to attend what was most important and interesting to
    • them in life. It was indeed interesting how spiritual life, spiritual
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    • should not be underestimated. This is true not only insofar as it
    • the members was filled with spectres. An interest in psychology was
    • Real interest required a certain generosity and lack of
    • preconception. It was, after all, very interesting to be involved in
    • with sufficient interest can find the principles of anthroposophy in my
    • name. I found it exceedingly interesting then as a phenomenon of the
    • wrote a very interesting synopsis of
    • one could see Blavatsky herself as an exceedingly interesting
    • quite interesting.
    • interesting to read the writings of Lawrence Oliphant.
    • interesting than her books. Blavatsky was an important and notable
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    • should not be underestimated. This is true not only insofar as it
    • It would be an exceedingly interesting exercise to examine these
    • is particularly interesting. It occurred to him
    • interesting connections through their ability to psychoanalyse away
    • described? In this respect there were some interesting experiences to
    • really excellent people who had a thorough interest in everything
    • nevertheless many people whose interests would not be served by
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    • should not be underestimated. This is true not only insofar as it
    • If we ask how people found a common interest in such societies as
    • interest, because it was among such people that she made her mark.
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    • should not be underestimated. This is true not only insofar as it
    • thinker, his interest extended to everything which could be learnt
    • restricted to the rejuvenation of ancient wisdom. The second fact,
    • to distance themselves from all partisan human interests, and aspire
    • to take account of the general interest of mankind. That was what
    • spiritual movement flourish if it contains factional interests which
    • general interests of mankind, and to recognize that it had to find
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    • should not be underestimated. This is true not only insofar as it
    • world beyond these circles there was no interest whatsoever in real
    • kindling an interest in a truly modern science of the spirit existed
    • When we had been engaged in this interesting activity for some time,
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    • should not be underestimated. This is true not only insofar as it
    • people had an interest in creating a home for the real substance of
    • increasing interest. Look at everything which has contributed to
    • interests took the upper hand.
    • opinion, but who has an interest in the cultivation of the spiritual
    • involve only one thing: an interest in a society which in general
    • who has an interest in the cultivation of the spiritual life, then
    • those who have such an interest will come. And the others, well, they
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    • should not be underestimated. This is true not only insofar as it
    • realized how an interest in anthroposophy was at first to be found in
    • lots of cliques and exclusive groups and behave like the rest of the
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    • the rest. Let others theorize about the universe as they will; we
    • no interest in the spiritual world. They treat patients in accordance
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    • feel restless and uneasy. Then suddenly — we had not noticed it
    • and finally to nullify it. We are then restored to the state called
    • image of the spirit and is filled out with terrestrial matter, is a
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    • the Cosmos can spring up out of this terrestrial mirror.
    • accounted for by the intervention of terrestrial, Ahrimanic
    • thereby restored to a state of inner equilibrium. If, after becoming
    • longer holds any interest for us. We have ascended into the planetary
    • which it rests. Consciousness has left the body through the crown
    • cosmic space. Our description of terrestrial events and
    • all our terrestrial associations with the deceased are now ended. He
    • twentieth century. In real life he was a man who interested me
    • philosopher had died. And because I was deeply interested in him I
    • activities on Earth ceased to evoke the same interest now that one
    • interesting documents which he had left behind. They brought them to
    • the slightest interest in them. What did interest me, on the other
    • surprised that I showed so little interest after they had been at
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    • deflected, the zero reading is restored by loading the other
    • loaded on the one side. Equilibrium is restored by adding an
    • beam of the balance oscillates. Equilibrium is restored by
    • lost and must be restored again. I shall have more to say presently
    • today, the expression on his face belies any deep interest in the
    • came upon a hill in the midst of a desolate forest and on this hill
    • conversations there was a lively interest in the spiritual
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    • fire. We would not have the slightest interest in differentiating
    • restore the connection between the circulatory system and the
    • very interesting case of this nature occurred recently in Dr.
    • course, be able to restore the status quo in a perfectly normal way,
    • blood, isolated from the rest of man's organism, surrenders to the
    • is freed from the bondage of the rest of the organism, it can look
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    • into the period between fourteen and twenty-one and the rest of his
    • but the germ, the embryo, for the rest is also an integral
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    • belong to the Earth. They are omnipresent and take an interest in
    • burning interest in earthly affairs, but their interest is of a
    • interested in what is of least importance — in the
    • interesting to observe the particular movements of the writer as
    • This is what interests them.
    • They were interested in the dexterous movements of the fingers
    • little interest in what was committed to paper; they were wholly
    • interest which certain Moon beings develop in the movements of
    • spiritual-etheric beings. Their interest in the world of man
    • interesting to observe how this type of human being can become
    • by virtue of their fluid skin emanations. There is an interesting
    • to be found there. When therefore, we, as terrestrial beings, make
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    • interesting. We find that our astral body is the bearer of forces
    • the dead and traverse the demoniac forest of colchicum autumn
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    • interest in the world ruled by the Moon Beings and the Initiates of
    • terrestrial consciousness only. The old Ptolemaic system is not
    • activities are restricted to that sphere.
    • without interest to understand the reason for this. It soon
    • somnambulist are deserted, the animal and terrestrial human forces
    • standpoint of Initiation this antithesis is most interesting and
    • shall be restored to the level it once enjoyed when men were still
    • revived again. And Eurythmy restores to us again man unfolding before
    • Art is held at Dornach we shall try to restore once again the
    • inquisitive as today, they never felt the need to be interested in
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    • terrestrial counterpart of a divine-spiritual Being.
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    • scriptures of the East. They are interested in these
    • manifests in the terrestrial. And this is the province of
    • it seeks to give expression to the purest Christian spirit, has been
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    • the rest. Let others theorize about the universe as they will; we
    • no interest in the spiritual world. They treat patients in accordance
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    • feel restless and uneasy. Then suddenly — we had not noticed it
    • and finally to nullify it. We are then restored to the state called
    • image of the spirit and is filled out with terrestrial matter, is a
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    • the Cosmos can spring up out of this terrestrial mirror.
    • accounted for by the intervention of terrestrial, Ahrimanic
    • thereby restored to a state of inner equilibrium. If, after becoming
    • longer holds any interest for us. We have ascended into the planetary
    • which it rests. Consciousness has left the body through the crown
    • cosmic space. Our description of terrestrial events and
    • all our terrestrial associations with the deceased are now ended. He
    • twentieth century. In real life he was a man who interested me
    • philosopher had died. And because I was deeply interested in him I
    • activities on Earth ceased to evoke the same interest now that one
    • interesting documents which he had left behind. They brought them to
    • the slightest interest in them. What did interest me, on the other
    • surprised that I showed so little interest after they had been at
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    • deflected, the zero reading is restored by loading the other
    • loaded on the one side. Equilibrium is restored by adding an
    • beam of the balance oscillates. Equilibrium is restored by
    • lost and must be restored again. I shall have more to say presently
    • today, the expression on his face belies any deep interest in the
    • came upon a hill in the midst of a desolate forest and on this hill
    • conversations there was a lively interest in the spiritual
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    • fire. We would not have the slightest interest in differentiating
    • restore the connection between the circulatory system and the
    • very interesting case of this nature occurred recently in Dr.
    • course, be able to restore the status quo in a perfectly normal way,
    • blood, isolated from the rest of man's organism, surrenders to the
    • is freed from the bondage of the rest of the organism, it can look
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    • into the period between fourteen and twenty-one and the rest of his
    • but the germ, the embryo, for the rest is also an integral
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    • belong to the Earth. They are omnipresent and take an interest in
    • burning interest in earthly affairs, but their interest is of a
    • interested in what is of least importance — in the
    • interesting to observe the particular movements of the writer as
    • This is what interests them.
    • They were interested in the dexterous movements of the fingers
    • little interest in what was committed to paper; they were wholly
    • interest which certain Moon beings develop in the movements of
    • spiritual-etheric beings. Their interest in the world of man
    • interesting to observe how this type of human being can become
    • by virtue of their fluid skin emanations. There is an interesting
    • to be found there. When therefore, we, as terrestrial beings, make
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    • interesting. We find that our astral body is the bearer of forces
    • the dead and traverse the demoniac forest of colchicum autumn
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    • interest in the world ruled by the Moon Beings and the Initiates of
    • terrestrial consciousness only. The old Ptolemaic system is not
    • activities are restricted to that sphere.
    • without interest to understand the reason for this. It soon
    • somnambulist are deserted, the animal and terrestrial human forces
    • standpoint of Initiation this antithesis is most interesting and
    • shall be restored to the level it once enjoyed when men were still
    • revived again. And Eurythmy restores to us again man unfolding before
    • Art is held at Dornach we shall try to restore once again the
    • inquisitive as today, they never felt the need to be interested in
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    • scriptures of the East. They are interested in these
    • manifests in the terrestrial. And this is the province of
    • it seeks to give expression to the purest Christian spirit, has been
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    • maltreat the forests and take the wood away, and the list
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    • resting the head in the hand. We learn to know, in the form
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    • its beings and as the rest of the cosmos has been coming into
    • life of the extra-terrestrial cosmos and which become the
    • feels himself to be resting in the all-powerful divine world.
    • other fields. And we may rest assured, if we enter into the
    • extra-terrestrial world must be brought into these arts
    • the bitterest disappointments if something that is striven
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    • existence there for the rest of his life.
    • restoring his impulse to go forward into the next
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    • have the character of rest, serving only to round the pillars
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    • knowledge that is restricted to the physical body. Our
    • than the kind that is restricted to the physical body. But
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    • domes and that the domes rest on a cylindrical sub-structure.
    • although these might be far more interesting than those we
    • have already discussed. One of these interesting things is
    • rest. As a result they acquire an atavistic clairvoyance, or
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    • and stones; we would-since we were tiny beetles-see great forests in
    • is very interesting to see that in the present bird. There is air
    • rest of the body was built around it in later times. The birds are
    • and being lighter. Everything was fish-like. Now this is interesting:
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    • according to the function they are needed for. It is very interesting
    • the body where these immense limbs could arise. All the rest of them
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    • slope and then the rest of the earth goes over the animal. Now
    • underestimate the time it takes for something like this to happen.
    • interesting mammal skeletons which are more recent. Now the fossils
    • formed. Sometimes this is very interesting. Picture that there once
    • material. Such casts are particularly interesting, for there we don't
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    • instance, this is interesting: here is Italy, here is Ravenna —
    • then; man was just absorbed into the rest of the earth's fluids. So
    • and all the rest of them was water. If you look today at someone with
    • And it is interesting that, belonging to the same period
    • remains, the rest passes away. And so it is the next day, and the
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    • itself up out of the rest of mighty Nature. It was only when
    • descendants, and the descendants are very interesting on account of
    • called the Japanese and Chinese. They are very interesting because
    • peoples is very interesting. You see, the Chinese and the older
    • It is interesting, gentlemen, is it not, that if we
    • Europeans. You see, the Chinese are much more interested in the world
    • Now whereas the Chinese were more interested in the
    • interested in the outer world, a people who did not live from within.
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    • gentlemen, we reach the interesting fact — and we must grasp it
    • enough into the rest of the body. Worms find no lodging in a human
    • entirely root. The only part of the plant one is interested in is the
    • root. The rest of it, the green part, is of no importance, it just
    • digestive organs himself. Now the interesting fact is this: to build
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    • the head and not in the rest of the body, then — well, if one
    • actually cured by the sugar. The others are not interested in sugar;
    • interesting us at this moment, it is really so, that one must acquire
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    • interesting way to what we want to discuss today. Someone has asked:
    • It is certainly interesting to investigate how human
    • would be kindled on the mountains. Whoever was posted on the nearest
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    • the universe. This is interesting to think about. I will prove it to
    • very delicate olfactory nerves. It is extremely interesting to study
    • connected with the rest of the dog's organism. Behind its nose, in
    • its brain the dog has a very interesting organ of smell. Its nose is
    • over the fields, he finds everything terribly interesting; so many
    • he would write interesting books! Schopenhauer
    • Schopenhauer — would actually be more interesting than the book
    • we discover how mankind is indeed related to all the rest of the
    • rest of it has been transformed into an instrument of thinking and
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    • interesting that there has been all this talk about the proximity of
    • Police dogs are used in this way. All kinds of interesting things
    • That is very interesting, is it not? And the number
    • 25,915 is itself very interesting! If you think of the breath and
    • Now the following is interesting. The so-called
    • the soil must be restored so that it will produce what is required.
    • Earlier this year there was an interesting agricultural
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    • conditions of life were simpler, people took an interest in things
    • far more than they do today. Today our interest in a subject lasts
    • interest! We forget what happens — it is really so! The
    • cleverness. Such a person would talk in an interesting way. A
    • fact, larger.) These Venus transits are very interesting because for one
    • about great changes. The descriptions of it are very interesting. And
    • extraordinarily interesting.
    • you know this — you can even see the rest of the new moon. If
    • their stalls suddenly became restless and tried to get out; those
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    • animals have become so restless and are running away. But after a few
    • interesting to see. One lights a piece of paper and instantly the
    • places that are especially favorable to it. It is interesting to
    • from above and molds the rounded form. It is very interesting!
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    • interesting question occurred to someone?
    • Even more interesting was the attitude of a body of
    • very special happened-there was, it is true, a general unrest in
    • nature, but nothing of particular interest. The comet was 13,000,000
    • abnormally restless. The science of their day justified them in their
    • needs something that enables his forces to be restored. It can be
    • worker to restore his forces. Yes, but along these lines expounded by
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    • me. Those of you who have come recently are naturally interested in
    • restored in sleep. So waking and sleeping show us that while we are
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    • starts from the premise that human experience is not unavoidably restricted
    • interesting personality and see what he makes of questions concerning the
    • the twilight time of our solitary thinker, when human evolution took a rest,
    • Spiritual Science. This was a time of rest for the greater part of mankind.
    • whole force of his personality to wrest his way from the sense-world to the
    • with only in restricted circles; they concern us all, at whatever stage of
    • everything that could interest people in those days.
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    • come to speak of some of the humanly interesting characteristics of the soul.
    • statement is of restricted interest, while the statement by Spiritual Science
    • to advance from its brooding somnolence in the Sentient Soul, is restrained
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    • human interest. His aphorisms, found after his death, include a remarkable
    • what extent their views are restricted by their personal
    • the truth about it? Here again we must free ourselves from the restrictions
    • interest in a beautiful picture was confined to the shining through it of the
    • had no interest in going beyond the beautiful to that which manifests through
    • in strength and will enable us to cast off self-interest. Anger
    • field open to it is restricted, brings about a heightening of productive
    • better and better, while our feeling of unity with the world and our interest
    • it rests on a conviction that the false is true.”
    • that anyone who responds to it must feel it to be an example of the purest,
    • Pandora and is lost in his recollection of her. Interesting also is a
    • he realised that it was wrong to underestimate the Word, and that Word and
    • be good for man if he wrestles his way to realising that truth can be
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    • any further. This egoism, which can degenerate into unrestrained ambition and
    • must climb up to them; I must not rest content with the powers I already
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    • we find in man we can find something analogous in the rest of the world.
    • in such a way that he can feel a living interest in everything that meets his
    • pleasure, of sympathetic interest in life, that arise in the Sentient Soul
    • world, and so is unable to give them back enriched with his own interest and
    • interests. The result is that he becomes inwardly dried up, for he cannot be
    • any active interest in the great and beautiful ordering of nature from which
    • this course, he not only kills the interest he might have taken in nature and
    • world-weariness because they find nothing anywhere to interest them, should
    • the rest of the world. This means that the only concepts and ideas that can
    • imagined it could achieve an individual existence apart from the rest of the
    • beautiful in our surroundings, and by showing interest and understanding for
    • have touched on today has deeply interested all the thinkers who have
    • Goethe agreed that anyone interested only in the external narrative might say
    • that other people do out of self-interest are done by her quite naturally.
    • specially interested in egoism in
    • world; she no longer feels any interest in it. But she finds continual joy
    • 18th century and can have no interest for people today. For Goethe, however,
    • to sketch out the rest. In earlier years he had written various tales and
    • the interest and the goodwill to raise ourselves to the level of the
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    • understood. What have we gained through Christianity? From the purest form of
    • “For the rest you will
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    • on the weather or on some other terrestrial phenomena. Schleiden, who had
    • as Fechner employs this method, his work may be very interesting. But there
    • is remarkably interesting. He had no need to go into the influence of the
    • made some interesting calculations on this question and it leads on to
    • enough to restore them to health, for the source of their illness is not in
    • everything associated with the sun is restricted to the life between birth
    • and night, is not restricted to the life between birth and death. Man would
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    • It is of some interest to observe from the point of view of
    • that is connected with it. And the rest of the human form to the smallest
    • see that human language must rest on the threefold correspondence which was
    • physical body rests on the speech organs imitating those things which are
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    • between our ego and the rest of the world. The experiences that come to us
    • of well-being; a certain balance is restored. You all know how people, when
    • and it was said that what interests us in the animal is comprised in the
    • progress only by being in motion. If the pendulum were at rest, the ego would
    • exultation and despair. It will find itself only at the point of rest, which
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    • We can come nearest
    • being's ego, with his interests and his entire inner life, always
    • goes to strengthen our interest in the personality of the mystic, and it is
    • interest for us as regards the objective nature of the world; what interests
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    • restrict our ascent to the spiritual?
    • for it with complete inward restfulness, perfect tranquillity of mind. Anyone
    • restricted ego, which has worked its way from the past into the present, and
    • intimation of this feeling, if through prayer he attains to true inner rest
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    • and death. Development between birth and death is essentially restricted to
    • and the ether body to restore them to their normal state. Only in sleep can
    • restored. Thus the spiritual world does indeed work on the physical and ether
    • causes a division. Now health can be restored to the human being by outer
    • it means the opposite, that we cannot restore the disturbed balance between
    • human being wrestles from one incarnation to the next with his own life, such
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    • interest to another, so that the character of his life will be quite
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    • The philosopher was talking of a man who did not particularly interest him. A
    • uninteresting conversation. This gives an indication how such images occur in
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    • origin of conscience. His book is interesting as a symptom of the outlook of
    • him, as Plato describes him, that the purest morality and the highest degree
    • when he arrives home. Agamemnon is avenged by his son Orestes, who, acting on
    • Orestes of this deed? Aeschylus shows how the burden of matricide calls forth
    • in Orestes a mode of seeing which was no longer normal in those times. The
    • inheritance from the past. Orestes could say: “Apollo, the god himself,
    • working on!” And in the second part of the Orestean trilogy we are
    • powerfully shown how the old clairvoyance awakens in Orestes and how the
    • Orestes sees before
    • and this he could do only by making Orestes become clairvoyant at that
    • soul, but he never quite reached that point. He confronts Orestes with
    • Euripides the dream-pictures experienced by Orestes are no more than shadowy
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    • example, Orestes, who is guilty of matricide and as a consequence sees the
    • who in Homer acts with full power, incites Orestes to kill his mother, but
    • Orestes, and we are shown that it gains the upper hand. The verdict goes
    • against Apollo, he is repudiated, and we see that his power over Orestes is
    • conjunction drama was born. And it is decidedly interesting to find that
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    • gave a kind of resumé. For the interested readers I
    • gift for scholarly learning, nor did he show interest in it up
    • an order of men who separated themselves from the rest of
    • when those few separate themselves that the rest must live in
    • the cost of the rest of humanity only seeks their own
    • forest. I saw a tree approaching me from a clearing. It blinked
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    • research rests on a study of the Akasha Chronicle. In general
    • wondered: “How can we hunt him down? We can't arrest the
    • interest in hearing about the facts we have spoken about today,
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    • gradually built itself up from the rest of great Nature. It was only
    • descendants, and their descendants are very interesting on account of
    • Chinese. They are interesting as being the remnants — the
    • Japanese and Chinese peoples, however, is very interesting. You see,
    • the Chinese is much more interested in the world around him, in the
    • interested themselves in what was in the world outside, could project
    • people, interested in what was outside, a people who did not live
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    • have been handed in, which can lead in a quite interesting way to
    • interesting to ask how men of former times have lived, and about
    • posted on the nearest mountain was first to give the signal by
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    • rests upon the fact that the bees, to a much greater extent than the
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    • Müller — remarks which may perhaps be of interest to you,
    • the bee-keeper is first of all interested in what he has to do.
    • Everyone must, in reality, take the greatest interest in bee-keeping,
    • not the same sex. This is a very interesting fact, and an
    • something that makes bee-keeping so extremely interesting for
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    • belonging to the class of alkaline metals. Now it is interesting that
    • article, because naturally, it interests him, but he cannot make much
    • gentlemen, you have other interesting things to ask me about?
    • this makes the bees restless.
    • restless. They are thrown into these chemical workings of the light
    • dance up and down as a sign of how restless they feel within. The
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    • interesting, gentlemen, to add today a few remarks on this article.
    • quite a number of very interesting experiments. As I shall refer to them,
    • interesting, something which in a most remarkable way condemns what
    • them had arrived at quite interesting ideas as to the source of the
    • come as a new authority in addition to all the rest. If anything is
    • effects of honey-treatments really rest. You see, these experiments show
    • and this is most interesting, there streams
    • then it is arrested; it must come to an end.
    • rests on this — that we are perpetually on the point of forming
    • arrested, and then we have, so to speak, the quartz fluid in the
    • interior of the earth this crystallising process is continued. Man arrests
    • interesting. If I could draw the bees' cells for you — or if
    • gentlemen, it is very interesting that when you take milk, even if
    • This rests on
    • interesting question has been put to me about which I would like to speak,
    • interesting if Herr Müller would tell us quite simply whether he
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    • dots do not remain at rest, they vibrate continually. And when you
    • that bee-keeping in a variety of ways interested me extremely when I was a
    • did not interest me so much then as later, or today — because
    • economic problem was not of great interest to me because, as a boy I ate
    • extremely interesting.
    • the light at all. Only after some little time do they get restless
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    • honey, and in restaurants they used at times to serve honey in the
    • understand on what the origin of honey actually rests if I describe
    • gentlemen, we arrive here at something very interesting. It seems that
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    • element must even wrestle in the air, and the weaker ones are left
    • interest that the bee should have need of this poison within her. The
    • have already told you the interesting story of the gall-wasps which
    • honey-comb. There is, for example, an interesting wasp which
    • most interesting. The harder the substances used by these creatures
    • is really most interesting. When you go into a village you see a row
    • interesting are the relationships that exist between the flowers and these
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    • colony in an extremely interesting way. There are, moreover, many
    • other more interesting happenings within these ant-hills. There
    • forests, fallen leaves and so on, within the course of the year! Men
    • ant-heaps formic acid enters into the soil of the forest. When you
    • have both forest soil and an ant-heap, it is the same as if you take
    • in the same moment into the forest soil, and all the soil which is
    • different if you walk with them through the forest, and especially
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    • He asked, on your behalf, for it is probably of interest to you all,
    • speaking of an especially interesting chapter of natural science, of the
    • It is interesting
    • interest you in connection with the bees. The work of the bees is
    • so on; one gets quite interesting results. But in certain
    • interesting. It is therefore a very different matter if the lung, for
    • something further that is very interesting. Suppose you take a retort,
    • remains, the rest goes over there, the fluid formic acid dropping
    • described, is especially interesting for it works in wood that is no
    • and spirit must leave it. It is deeply interesting.
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    • have, by preference, interest for talking in general
    • perhaps not working under conditions in which interest is
    • already present, but is working to awaken interest by the
    • interests nobody else, and whoever believes that his thoughts
    • — insofar as they are thoughts — interest any
    • one kindles in one's self does not interest people, willing
    • thoughts do not interest an audience — our will annoys
    • meets with quite a different interest than he does if his
    • first no interest for him. — He writes these thoughts
    • have said that our thoughts interest nobody else, and our
    • fact that our thoughts as such do not interest people, our
    • as “Our thoughts interest no one” can be either
    • worth of the teacher, which surely rests in large measure
    • child resulting from abstract psychology, but one that rests
    • any reminder. The note-writing stops. This result rests
    • although thoughts do not really interest our listeners, and
    • the rest of the preparation, that one bear in mind the exact
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    • still have it today, rests on the tradition which really goes
    • possible to the ancient rules of eloquence. For the rest, it
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    • nothing of interest in being understood in this way.
    • care about the machine! At most, it interests — not even the
    • one who built it, but the one who invented it' and the interest
    • interest. For social interest only begins when one can discover the
    • own mind do not interest the listener. But in the way that I have
    • are, as I have already said, such that they interest not a
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    • tries to make somebody in Switzerland take an interest in something
    • too distasteful to him for him to become interested, and he has
    • Turkey, and those interested in Turkey, France and Switzerland itself
    • sorts of diverse interests, but these interests left out one small
    • freely and then organize it any way it wants to: it will be purest
    • social life of the state. It is the restrained spiritual life! It is
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    • Then, one will neither write down the rest of the speech nor
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    • the speaking that is heard. The rest is much more merely an
    • time, an arousal of the really deeper interest for the events
    • those who are apparently interested in the threefold social
    • those interested in Anthroposophy but caring little for the
    • interested only in maintaining traditions. They want to be
    • above all is energy, courage, insight, and interest in world
    • the world, not get entangled in narrow interests, but be
    • interested in everything that goes on all over the world.
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    • the deepest interest to us in this modern age. I will choose from the
    • and main to restore to the civilised peoples of Europe impulses that had
    • the Apostate, the last hope of a restoration of ancient thought and
    • inner struggles of unspeakable bitterness, having wrestled with the
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    • century interest had been withdrawn from Greece, and later the Emperor
    • main things which are of special interest to us. The two currents existed
    • find no further outlet; what in the times of unrest, as they were called,
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    • we can clearly differentiate this member from the rest of the
    • rest of the organism, in a certain way impregnating it. This
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    • interest only those who can relate to such ideas. In a
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    • rest of what I said will also be clear: how we apply the
    • whole, something that belongs together with the rest. The
    • organism. We can realize how shrouded in darkness is the rest
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    • understood in terms of the rest of the human organism —
    • interested in clairvoyant research. But there really is an
    • read about these extremely interesting investigations by the
    • connections. And it was truly interesting how one drew his
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    • extraordinarily interesting at times) will hardly find the
    • grow increasingly interested in the outer world, and as a
    • leaves the rest of the human organism, about which we will
    • investigator has moments when he must wrestle with certain
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    • interested.) For instance, if the monk Luther had died young,
    • have a real personal conviction; it does not rest on blind
    • elementary interest in experimentation itself. The scientific
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    • a concept that can be formed only with the clearest but at the same
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    • he dared attempt to call forth the world within the soul in the purest
    • It is interesting to note
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    • interests only the head, something that engages the entire man. This
    • We come to realize that the faculty for performing mathematics rests
    • on his relationship to mathematics in a very interesting series of essays,
    • Extraordinarily interesting! For despite Goethe's
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    • in the soul as mathematics, as analytical mechanics, actually rests
    • grips with something that rests upon a firm foundation, that bears its
    • into its highest, purest forms. Goethe felt blessed that he had never
    • by the rest of humanity as well, except that they do not follow it to
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    • It is as though one were to wrest from oneself what otherwise lives
    • unrest, an inner unrest that exhibits a musical quality when one enters
    • into it with full consciousness. This unrest is gradually elucidated
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    • been described in the medical literature is particularly interesting.
    • then, without restraining our ego, bear it down into the body, giving
    • interest, no mere scientific need, that underlies all we shall strive
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    • initially to interaction with the rest of humanity. In a certain way we
    • understand their metamorphosis he is particularly interested in observing
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    • the learned pedants, there was obviously no interest in anything —
    • is extremely interesting to observe in detail the way in which a child
    • behind us, it is interesting to study what Western mysticism often sets
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    • come to rest.
    • then crystallizes out, as it were; it comes to rest, attains
    • — which are processes come to rest — a role in
    • head (when I speak of silica here, I mean the arrested
    • has come to rest in limestone, we see that it has something
    • members of human nature we have to do with arrested processes
    • rest in siliceous earth. The curious thing is that this
    • consider as arrested in silica, we can say that in the human
    • where it comes to rest in substance. If we regard silica as
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    • the head. In the rest of the members of the human organism,
    • the rest of the human
    • restrained before it passes through the gate by which it
    • which maintained strong moral restraints, and it is one of
    • process from the rest of the organism. In fact, the human
    • restore health, means to be able to create in the etheric
    • is understood, we come to realize the necessity to restore
    • extraordinarily interesting to observe the opposite effects
    • in the outer world comes to a certain state of rest in a
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    • opposed by the restricting power of the astral, which causes
    • interesting scientific facts. In order to characterize such
    • very interesting fact. A Viennese doctor, Moriz Benedikt,
    • acting not from the head but from the rest of the organism.
    • present may remember the interesting symptom-complexes that
    • the rest of the organism is not properly nourished. It is the
    • yet fathom. This process has extraordinarily interesting
    • extra-terrestrial and the terrestrial is very intimate, where
    • a great deal of the extra-terrestrial penetrates into the
    • the extra-terrestrial — air, light, and
    • extra-terrestrial warmth — and what is within the earth
    • extra-terrestrial, developing from this extra-terrestrial
    • extra-terrestrial; it opposes it and actually reflects it to
    • extra-terrestrial influences. At the poles the earth shines
    • most, reflecting most what is extra-terrestrial and
    • extra-terrestrial astral, whereas at the poles the astral is
    • removed and he is exposed to the extra-terrestrial. In strong
    • extra-terrestrial activity. When we take a patient into
    • from the extra-terrestrial cosmos, surrounding the earth but
    • absorbs extra-terrestrial effects. When we cook or burn
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    • by outer sunlight. In them an extra-terrestrial process has
    • rest of the organism. One ought to follow these changes
    • their condition. Thus if we allow them the necessary rest, we
    • difference between those of peasant stock and the rest of the
    • rest of the population is very susceptible to the dangers
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    • surface of the earth and rests directly on the water. Imagine
    • taking place simultaneously below that especially interests
    • the extra-terrestrial influence becomes stronger and
    • disturbed and I must restore it again, but through the help
    • restrained.
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    • cognition. But one's judgment activity must first wrestle
    • is arrested at an earlier stage. The head advances further
    • the play of forces striving towards rest that arise in this
    • toward rest.
    • comes to rest in the heart's movement. The fats and
    • cut off from the extra-terrestrial and confined to the
    • in the extra-terrestrial. This delight depends essentially on
    • which radiate through the rest of the human organism
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    • already introduced. I have no interest, of course, in
    • interesting if you investigate the clove root and recall
    • process is extremely interesting to observe. Picture vividly
    • in both cases is really no more than the restitution of the
    • is extraordinarily interesting to observe this insertion of a
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    • the upper system and vice versa. This restatement of the
    • that one may, on the one hand, restore the individual to his
    • especially interesting to study individual metals from this
    • equilibrium is gold, au rum. This restores the balance
    • found in the rest of the organism, gold will be applied. If,
    • rest or are dying in bone forces are in full movement in
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    • — This is an extraordinarily interesting complex of
    • interesting question which of course I will have to answer
    • processes which arise through restrained sexuality. Of
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    • mood was resting on all the serious teaching that was taking place,
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    • rest, we cannot use our ears and eyes properly to hear and see all
    • Think about how after enjoying the day, you have to rest at night,
    • received all this, and now we need a little rest, so that when we
    • have rested, we can go back into our classes and be fresher and more
    • that we are resting during the vacation to get strong again for the
    • sometimes ugly dreams. And now you are going to go rest during
    • good dream for your time of rest, and then your vacation time will
    • be lazy,” but think, “We need to rest, and when we have
    • rested we will come back and be fresh and ready to receive what our
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    • today — it interests also — or should do — the psychologist;
    • more than all these, if must interest the artist, the painter. In a
    • Red figures at rest in a green meadow act disturbingly in their
    • picture at rest. We must come into a very definite complex of feeling
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    • super-terrestrial into the terrestrial sphere. He allows himself to
    • paint an equal blue when he brings super-terrestrial things into the
    • terrestrial sphere. In the human sphere he would not do it, for blue
    • rest — but, when we look at it, we cannot rest at one point: we
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    • the nature of colour to the plane of painting, we must be interested in
    • the rest of life, you see what interesting things result. He pursued
    • character. The rest have the luster or luminous character. The
    • one can establish the connection of the rest of plant-life, with the
    • you know, in connection with the whole terrestrial planet; they were
    • the terrestrial bodies have retained as inner forces since the other
    • earth in conjunction with the extra-terrestrial bodies in the Cosmos.
    • terrestrial explanation than what lies under it, which requires an
    • extra-terrestrial explanation. And thus the mineral component parts of
    • terrestrial condition and there becoming solid; for a solid can arise
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    • purest thought is the remains of our ancient past, penetrated by the
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    • The form before you, it is restful, it remains stationary; but the
    • extremely interesting things may appear for the psychology of this or
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    • all and says: that person doesn't interest me in the least; I am
    • interested only in the warmth which he spreads around. He does not say
    • he is interested in the warmth the other sheds, but that nothing but
    • the warmth interests him. He is talking nonsense, of course, for when
    • that this was done at the beginning of a terrestrial creation could
    • terrestrial existence, and as the Fourth Hierarchy. And with this
    • appears only after the lunar existence, with the terrestrial
    • the hard crystal form; and we are in the terrestrial epoch.
    • Suppose I have here a human being. I cease to have any interest in
    • a knob at the top like a head, and thereafter take no more interest in
    • with the elements of Nature. People are no longer interested that
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    • home. Thus it rests finally with the persuasive arts of
    • must first wrest the truth from it. The truth is accessible
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    • takes exprestion in these peoples and their fundamental
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    • extraordinarily interesting. One who is really conversant
    • permeate themselves with the conviction that the truth rests
    • the interests of one portion of humanity — not the
    • interests of mankind as a whole. And it is true in the
    • which at all times places the interests of humanity as a
    • truth is clouded over the very moment the interests of one
    • part of humanity are made to override the interests of the
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    • and enable the columns to support the dome. The dome rests on
    • onwards by the gods, and only in the rarest of cases is man
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    • other — but everything is at rest.
    • brought into movement. What formerly was at rest is now in
    • with one's whole soul, as if the rest of the world simply
    • rest (we will not speak of where it will be resting) —
    • completed at the time of the ancient Sun-evolution. The rest
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    • the actual fulfilment of the hopes resting in this building.
    • the following way: all that is earthly rests upon the surface
    • Now it is interesting to consider
    • certain Doric columns one often finds a very interesting motif
    • capitals and in the rest of the interior. Not a single one of
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    • Shall it not rather be our dearest wish to bring all men into
    • the horizontal structure resting upon it. When anything rises
    • mode of construction, where the weight rests on pillars,
    • at rest within itself, at rest within the earthly forces. All
    • the forces of these edifices rest within the earthly element.
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    • feel that nothing of the rest of the world is there, only
    • not “rest” in our building; we shall be led
    • of lifeless, mechanical rest. Now, however architectural
    • self the mysterious entity resting in the depths of being
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    • the expression of rest; red the expression of all that is
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    • the modern mind this of course sounds the purest nonsense
    • of this kind remaining there at rest. To picture such a thing
    • is of course the element that is at rest, stationary; but the
    • rest, we should tear away from rest and repose. The moment we
    • which is at rest, living movement that does not only belong
    • the form. Thus through a life of soul we wrest the material
    • the rest of the body to the brain. Two such currents are
    • bring many interesting things to light in regard to the
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    • man from reality, and he must restore the harmony formerly
    • uninfluenced by any actual interest — a disinterested
    • feeling of pleasure in the work of Art rest? In this case it
    • rests merely on the expression of the Idea. The sensuous image
    • rest; they seek to embody the so-called imaginative —
    • Artistic creation rests not on what is, but on what might be;
    • The content of Beauty, the material basis on which it rests, is
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    • of a talk. — Our thoughts interest no one; our
    • have, by preference, interest for talking in general
    • perhaps not working under conditions in which interest is
    • already present, but is working to awaken interest by the
    • interests nobody else, and whoever believes that his thoughts
    • — insofar as they are thoughts — interest any
    • one kindles in one's self does not interest people, willing
    • thoughts do not interest an audience — our will annoys
    • meets with quite a different interest than he does if his
    • first no interest for him. — He writes these thoughts
    • have said that our thoughts interest nobody else, and our
    • fact that our thoughts as such do not interest people, our
    • as “Our thoughts interest no one” can be either
    • worth of the teacher, which surely rests in large measure
    • child resulting from abstract psychology, but one that rests
    • any reminder. The note-writing stops. This result rests
    • although thoughts do not really interest our listeners, and
    • the rest of the preparation, that one bear in mind the exact
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    • possible to the ancient rules of eloquence. For the rest, it
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    • nothing of interest in being understood in this way.
    • are, as I have already said, such that they interest not a
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    • stomach juices infect the rest of the organism — then
    • juices flow into the rest of the organism, when dispersed. On
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    • the speaking that is heard. The rest is much more merely an
    • time, an arousal of the really deeper interest for the events
    • those who are apparently interested in the threefold social
    • those interested in Anthroposophy but caring little for the
    • interested only in maintaining traditions. They want to be
    • above all is energy, courage, insight, and interest in world
    • the world, not get entangled in narrow interests, but be
    • interested in everything that goes on all over the world.
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    • may rest on all that is purely human. Look carefully at the
    • interested in the cycles than are the members of the Society
    • egoistic, a nice Society egoism. The interest which sends its
    • waves out into the world, the interest which gives our
    • Society its particular stamp in the world, this interest
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    • in the system of his head, which is at rest on his shoulders
    • Thou livest in the resting head
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    • places there is a genuine interest in Anthroposophy, that
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    • to the sympathetic interest of the friends over there.
    • most intimate interest in all that has to do with Dornach and
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    • within yourself, allowing your thoughts to come to rest upon
    • interesting for the Anthroposophical Society. A number of
    • anything that might be interesting for Anthroposophy in the
    • the debate. In the interests of proper procedure, please
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    • there will be interest in how things are done in a model
    • interest in the school other than that pertaining to its
    • status as a model. Perhaps his interest will turn out to be
    • be counted on to attract interest here in Switzerland. That
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    • payment of interest on loans. But for the building of the
    • than that of paying interest. We shall be speaking about the
    • recently I was so interested to find the endless envelopes
    • days. But it was most interesting to look back and experience
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    • number of others, are interested in what I meant by the life
    • of the writer in question and that is what interests us. We
    • your heart of hearts. For us here the most interesting thing
    • but if interesting things come from our friends, then I
    • known, interest in it was awakened really everywhere. We have
    • way or another on behalf of the Waldorf School. The interest
    • continue to ask for an even greater interest. The support
    • there will be opportunity for others interested in medical
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    • in the resting head
    • in the resting head
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    • interested now; but help it to mature, do something so that
    • are interested in the things themselves. This is something
    • hopes to arouse interest in America. ‘Americans have to
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    • to purest art. People had to see that anthroposophy fosters something
    • to people who had no interest in the Society as such.
    • that I will be referring to in what follows. I am going to restrict
    • outer restraint when I say that we have absolutely top-notch
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    • interested in going on with yesterday's discussion about
    • presenting can be quite variously interpreted. For my interest is
    • We stopped off for refreshments and were sitting at a restaurant
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    • with the rest of the cosmos and its countless thousand worlds. But if
    • arriving at valid judgments about the rest of the universe other than
    • world about which you learn in your experiments, restricted as they
    • Those interested in weighing what has been going on surely recall how
    • address any audience interested in hearing me. Though my previous
    • anything but anthroposophy to those interested in hearing about it,
    • task became one of simply meeting the interest of these people who,
    • phase, to rest content with the simple presentation of anthroposophy
    • just been saying in the interests of frank speaking and without the
    • movements must work together to achieve this goal. We cannot rest
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    • that his will impulses simply coincide with those of all the rest of
    • much interested in going into that aspect of the subject today as I
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    • not rest content with abstract spiritual concepts and a capacity to
    • interest whatsoever in that experience. I say this not in criticism,
    • deliberations with such comments as, “What possible interest
    • Here, on the one side, we see an elemental, natural interest in the
    • familial as well. On the other side we find no interest in that life,
    • have been worked out in clearest detail. I am certainly not stating
    • and the other group, that feels no interest in them, could pursue a
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    • immediate interest to this assemblage. I hope there will be other
    • But for the moment the thing of chief interest to us is that this
    • else starts talking, because he is not the least interested in what
    • is being said. He is interested only in his own opinion. One may be
    • an aim. If that interested me, I would never suggest setting up a
    • establishing right relations with the rest of the world can be found
    • living interest in the concerns of the whole Society, and
    • interested in creating community of the positive kind that I
    • anthroposophy. That lay in the real interests of anthroposophy, and
    • its interests would have coincided fruitfully indeed with those of
    • as a person of many-sided interests who functions sensibly at all the
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    • in the least interested in your files, only in what you have in your
    • some individuals in the older group who had never taken any interest
    • relationship to the Anthroposophical Movement and to the rest of
    • interest in the stand taken by the committee representing the
    • Society. They are individuals completely without interest in what the
    • here too there was no interest in what the Society was as a society,
    • resting on the curule seats, those not occupying them begin to itch.
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    • rest of his organism and as yet quite undifferentiated. This means
    • will sense how a community based on a shared language rests on the
    • nearest at hand to enter their company. The work of an
    • can make a person's acquaintance without having any special interest
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    • many people. A desire for sensation gives them an interest in the
    • different quality. Then the strange thing is that one's interest in
    • increases one's interest in human foolishness, for these things look
    • interest in what its life-requirements are.
    • include taking an interest in problems occasioned by a constantly
    • reproached for taking no interest in something launched before their
    • interested in suppressing and stamping out truths about the spiritual
    • world such as can alone raise the level of human dignity and restore
    • peace on earth. The rest of the opponents go along with these, but
    • report was very ingenious, but restricted itself to the metaphysics
    • solely interested in repeating slogans like, “Humanness must
    • right to do so, without taking the least interest in the
    • those interested in hearing them. Until 1918 the Society was just
    • interested in anthroposophy had every bit as much access to
    • who is only interested in anthroposophy in general — a
    • entity. That the loose confederation does take an interest in what
    • interesting motion was made by the pupils of the upper classes of the
    • to work at the task of restoring the Society to its true function.
    • together in it are interested first and foremost in making
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    • to the nearest, the narrowest and most fleeting interests of our
    • stimulates the interest of every soul with tremendous force, and
    • because it deals with what lies nearest to each. It is the most
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    • the land, its towns, forests, fields, etc., and describing these as
    • else comes before as a picture seen in a mirror, and is restricted by
    • Pictures received through the senses quietly rest within us, and we
    • I would like you to notice. The great difference between the interest
    • from within. The interest a man takes in his inner life is infinitely
    • to-day who take any interest in the question of immortality! The
    • birth and death. But this is a personal interest, a personal longing.
    • The breaking of a tumbler is a matter of small interest to you, but
    • if you had a personal interest in the continued existence of the
    • tumbler, even though broken, the same interest as you have in the
    • consist in the person being entirely without interest in the said
    • are not interested in this, there cannot be many such.” People
    • not interested in immortality are those who are told of it and of the
    • uninterested. To accept and make use of the statement concerning
    • reach the point where we are bound to feel interest, namely, when our
    • to be interested. People might for instance ask lightly: —
    • without interest to him, and he must hold himself aloof from anything
    • investigator is personally interested. He must be willing to confine
    • introduced through his own interest in them. It is exceedingly
    • interests are concerned.
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    • to be interested in super-sensible knowledge. They then felt for the
    • studies human development in a wide sense, it is a most interesting
    • overwhelmingly, it is most interesting (even scientifically), to
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    • and bore it away, so that the rest of the herd might pass by; it then
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    • as messengers of super-sensible realms, stand nearest to man
    • interesting to note how intimately the fate of a man like Orpheus was
    • development would blend with all the rest of the human being. The
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    • restricted than his deeds. Anyone who acts only from instinct,
    • more restricted, than his deeds on the physical plane.
    • surroundings. They are not restricted merely to what is material, for
    • for the rest of the body.” Showing that they do not note the
    • but can be restored to cleverness by having the extract of the same
    • “power to participate,” the living interest in things is
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    • vanishes again within the soul. The man is restless, perhaps even
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    • It is interesting to note that even external sciences recognise that
    • new after his time. Now it is interesting to note that Goethe's
    • the restrictions I explained in my public lectures on Buddha.
    • the balance rests, that no other is to be compared with it, but might
    • rests on blind belief is sterile and stillborn. It may be easy to
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    • this rests within the womb of the future which we have no wish to
    • was able to restore it to the dragon's mother. She then said to
    • in an external way. But what rests within the womb of the future
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    • one in which all people are interested. Who could say that he is not
    • interested in the question of immortality with all his thoughts? We
    • horror. Even the few people who are weary of life and look for rest
    • nobody can speak about anything impartially in which he is interested.
    • is of the deepest interest for his whole life? And, besides, you must
    • if they are sowed to the fields. The whole creative power rested invisibly
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    • other side, the religions are against it, which rest on tradition and
    • rest in the depth of the human soul. It requires a development of the
    • rests in the soul. In the fields of the external sciences everybody
    • in us which makes us citizens of eternity rests in our transient part,
    • develop what rests as an individual in the human being. The first principle
    • of education is to wake this higher soul element resting in every human
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    • reflection of the divine being. The God being rests in us, only we know
    • different rests for the Hindu. Behind all beings to which he ascribes
    • the origin of the world something rests that he calls Brahma or Brahman.
    • that cannot be brought in a restricted concept; I have something in
    • it by his interests and inclinations of the everyday life. It is this:
    • But you are not allowed to rest; you must go on and hear to the voice
    • love for God resting in the knowledge of the spirit is God’s love.
    • This is not a concept, not a restricted idea, but living life.
    • with the light of theosophy. Among many other truths which rest covertly
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    • time being without us. However, the rest is only a mental picture, is subjective.
    • cultural life out of the purest motives, that is only relatively different everywhere
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    • What interests you in the animal?
    • It can never be the question that we are interested in the animal more than
    • single differences which exist also in the animal realm do not interest to such
    • we show the same interest which we show for the animal species for the human
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    • With peaceful rest and equanimity Phaidon took up the teachings which were handed
    • to conceive a truth without desire and harm, without immediate, everyday interest,
    • appear with such clearness and invincibility? Because no interest, no personal
    • freedom of any sensuous interest, of any personal desire and listlessness, which
    • without interest, without interference of passion and desire, without interference
    • questions at first also uninterested, without desire and harm, as the mathematical
    • spirit in a similar, uninterested light free of grief and desire, he was mature
    • interest interfere in our answer, there we cannot answer the questions objectively,
    • by most human beings without interest. It is a matter of course that any personal
    • interest, any hope and fear accompanying the human being constantly are connected
    • to the immediate experiences of the person, to the interests concerning his
    • interests us as a personality. That causes desire and harm which disappears
    • must be separated, must be drawn off from these everyday interests and be taken
    • it is not accompanied by any interest, desire, and harm in the everyday sense
    • interest — it is in the everyday life in such a way — in that which
    • strength of our soul not to our personal interest, but we follow up that which
    • we face this spirit, we make the adolescent human being dependent of our interests
    • restrictions, and if the educator gives it the opportunity of this development.
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    • to 1870 caused quite different interests at first as one had intended. Do not
    • way. It turned out at first that the interests connected with the spiritistic
    • is still a purely spiritual life beside the physical one. However, only interests
    • researcher considers it as an restriction of the human independence, as an obstruction
    • so, those interests become active in the human nature and develop the human
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    • a personality who is yet underestimated: this is the Baron Hellenbach,
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    • goes beyond the sensory one, which rests on the so-called self-knowledge of
    • human being — if he finds the necessary rest in himself and is involved
    • if this human nature is engrossed in its inside. The single figure is only interested
    • because our external form only has interest in the form.
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    • comes there and says that this does not interest him which one hears with the
    • are in rest. I want to completely refrain from that which you hear there with
    • science rests upon that which it investigates and calculates with the help of
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    • the interest lies. This book wants to build up a whole world-picture on the
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    • rest already feel such things. It happens especially with children.
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    • surrounds us in nature, in forest and crag, wind and storm; the kind
    • as forest and crag, mountain and lake, the spirit is coming to
    • concepts of the spiritual world arise out of the purest depths of
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    • exercised an influence on him. He was kept apart from the rest of the
    • and all interest in the physical world disappeared. He lived entirely
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    • interest. Here our emotions become aroused, and the life of the
    • observe this moment, he will find it extremely interesting. At first,
    • these worlds. From this point of view it is interesting to reflect
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    • it should be interesting to us now to raise the question: How can
    • that beat myself.’ Only in the rarest cases do people say that they
    • This attentiveness, this habit of following with vital interest the
    • Organisation more than through apathy, lack of interest in what is
    • reason why so few persons take an interest in — spiritual things.
    • with alert interest is confronted on all sides with what can only be
    • overcome obstinacy, apathy, lack of interest. In other words, interest
    • participation and interest; we should not be unresponsive or lacking
    • in interest in what the child produces out of his own inner nature.
    • without interest or thought.
    • must take place in order to prepare the Maitreya Buddha. For the rest
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    • a case of special interests. Each individual can follow these up for
    • because their emotional unrest prevents us entering the astral plane.
    • order to fulfil the rest of his task and particular mission which
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    • now does; but it is interesting that such a writing should have appeared
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    • underestimate the effects of such a revolution in thinking,
    • considerations. For our ideal should always be to take an interest in
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    • you who are interested in such things may hear much which is not
    • but who is beginning to interest today's historians. I could equally
    • freedom. And out of this freedom we shall again wrest spiritual life.
    • they should restore to mankind the knowledge of the spirit which had
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    • leaders of the rest of mankind, the Druids had to receive this
    • the merest vestige of it survives death. Eternal truths remain
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    • beings in order to instruct the rest of humanity, still in its infant
    • in the main, only self-interest and egoism which is the motive behind
    • all the rest of the Greek gods.
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  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 7: The Essence and Task of Freemasonry from the Point of View of Spiritual Science - 1
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    • surroundings. Hiram tried to arrest the flow of the fiery mass by
    • property of restoring all things to their proper order and he said to
    • was now restored by means of the hammer.
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    • importance. But that takes place in only the rarest cases because
    • not rest until he has done so. A German mason of the St. John's Order
    • masonry of what it formerly encompassed. The most interesting point
    • Temple of Solomon within Man; of restoring the ‘Lost
    • and rests solely in the possession of the higher occult degrees of
    • chosen pictures and they do not rest upon any chance occurrence, but
    • interesting in this connection, albeit only in its outward
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  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 10: Evolution and Involution as they are Interpreted by Occult Societies [The Atom as Congealed Electricity]
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    • the interests of the ego from the onstreaming flow of karma — this
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    • not achieve much as theosophists if we were to restrict ourselves to
    • fulfil; the task of restructuring the inanimate world, of not being
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    • the Templars were reproached with in their trial rests entirely on a
    • the divine with the Temple of Wisdom, when he restores it, so that
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    • particularly interests us today is how the Cross symbol acquired its
    • is, the Kingdom to which our science restricts itself, and in which
    • where God rests, because man himself creates. Then will have come the
    • connection with all the rest of evolution. For, as Goethe says,
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    • restored; we can all the more appropriately add to that a brief
    • in man, then he will also be able to control the rest of what is
    • is why all development which takes place out of self-interest is evil
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    • then it might remain an interesting society, but what was intended
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    • matter rests thus, that a part of what came to be accomplished by the
    • asexually seeks the kernel of wisdom, that has to be restored again,
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    • imageless wisdom of Cain. Now it is interesting that when an
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    • in the rest of their astral body, because they direct their wholly
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    • consciousness, to the consciousness that does not rest upon
    • simply cannot rest until what they write is printed. People
    • happens in the rarest cases today — when writings are
    • more restless and inwardly shaken.
    • to other things, of getting rid of his inner restlessness;
    • ‘Dearest friend!’ — I cried out in
    • Dearest friend:
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    • Manon de Gaussin seeks and finds rest at the proper moment,
    • I also read an extract yesterday. It is interesting to find
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    • it arises. Goethe, too, from a rich, full life, wrestled
    • of life, does not interest one, when one cannot fulfill the
    • will he be able to depict something capable of interesting
    • interests were all purely objective, interests which
    • present because he was one of those who are interested in
    • To which you restlessly aspired ...
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    • could say, from a more restrictive corner and were not as
    • from sectarianism. You see one can renounce all the rest
    • striking back on me personally because as a result it restricts
    • in bombastic words. Extraordinarily interesting discoveries can
    • `catholic catechism'. It's interesting that according to Ernst
    • fails to interest me when something praiseworthy appears
    • becomes increasingly necessary. We can't restrict ourselves by
    • sectarian. Anyone who is interested in this is wronged because
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 2 (Summary): Perception and Thinking
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    • in regard to the plastic art, can through this restraint discover certain
    • interesting to notice that Haeckel also, in a dilettante way, was
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    • experience only the present moment is subjective; the rest of the course
    • to you that may be of no interest whatsoever to many people today, yet
    • process is a great deal more interesting if we observe it in a mind
    • relating to the plant world. It is most interesting to look at Goethe's
    • achievements as a seer can nevertheless be of tremendous interest, because
    • and Swedenborg is of the greatest interest, for here a road was taken
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    • in the brain and in the rest of the organism.
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    • as something that is alive and astir rather than at rest — a process
    • that on the whole, I would say, is in the resting state, particularly
    • but organs at rest in a finite form, they are living processes. In fact,
    • resting form falsely apparent in human organs into the ever changing
    • been accused of being so engrossed in an object that held my interest
    • that for more than five minutes the rest of the world no longer existed
    • path. If we get so engrossed in an object that the rest of the world
    • genuine interest for them to keep their attention for five minutes.’
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    • to the interests present in part of humanity, that decisive
    • these must be encountered with real interest. We need to know
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  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture I: Where and How Does One Find the Spirit?
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    • finds any rest and help in the spiritual world. Therefore,
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture II: Goethe's Secret Revelation - Exoteric
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    • the purest spirituality of feeling on the present level of
    • right method of the strict science that research which rests on
    • the lately carried out restoration — as if it goes to
    • oddly, are restless and fidgety, so that he gets fear they may
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    • question that interests here is this: did really research,
    • modern human being is only a dilapidated rest of an old soul
    • Lazarus, so that the divine that rested in Lazarus could be
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    • to the facts; it is the purest superstition. Every
    • If one takes them literally, it is the purest nonsense. So, for
    • base, then you excite no special interest with most people
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    • narrow interests, that he can grasp universal interests. That
    • his personal interests with the animal food. His sense is
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    • questions, which rightly interest the human being in
    • cause the deepest interest in the connection with the whole
    • human nature. Indeed, if one contemplates this deep interest on
    • the core of the thing, which maybe do not restore the
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    • visiting the most interesting cities of Europe — in
    • the rest, he considered life in such a way that all tantalising
    • overestimates his reason finds nothing in all researching that
    • such a way as today the poorest person can satisfy them now.
    • say, this does not interest me. But there is a wood far away, I
    • life. How does it flow in there? It is rather interesting to
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    • firstly, the human being must and should develop an interest in
    • the surrounding reality, interest concerning facts and objects.
    • Interest in the environment, this is the magic word for the
    • understands these three things: interest in the environment,
    • practical development of thinking. Indeed, the interest in our
    • dependent on success can develop that rest in trying which is
    • his inner interest, then he has something that has a big,
    • thinking: interest in the environment, desire, and love of all
    • that refrains from the external world and can quietly rest in
    • them to rest and to take up them later again.
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    • restrains these, harmony and order come into being. If he did
    • not restrain them with his ego, they would surge up and down.
    • pictures, illusions, hallucinations appear unrestrained. We
    • picture, and he does not stick to an impression with interest.
    • the sanguine child; it can cause problems. Interest is quickly
    • external opposition. Then it really restrains the growth of the
    • restrained. Or a classical example of a choleric person is
    • Napoleon who remained so small because his ego restrained the
    • development that we want to knock interest into it; one cannot
    • must count on it. As a rule, we find that interest can always
    • be excited; the interest in any personality can always be
    • to it, an interest already appears. Only on the detour of the
    • love for a person, an interest can appear with the sanguine
    • has a deeper interest in them. One must let these things speak
    • manifold interests. One can educate it by the empathy of the
    • interests of others as much as possible. If it behaves
    • indifferently towards the surroundings, its interest can be
    • aroused by the fact that the interests of the playmates work on
    • with the interests of its playmates with the phlegmatic child.
    • are reflected in other human beings, these interests are
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  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XIII: The Riddles in Goethe's Faust - Exoteric
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    • the songbirds are silent in the forest.
    • you will rest too.
    • For it is infinitely interesting to observe how these four stages
    • he came to Strasbourg. He met persons there who had to interest
    • restrained it. Nevertheless, it was already in the first
    • And when the storm-swept forest creaks and groans,
    • Forest and Cave
    • have already died who have taken an active interest in it when
    • has shown an interest in him,
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    • and flowers, fatigued, restless, and endeavouring to
    • Carthage. Nicias, the friend of the Romans, should be arrested.
    • last egoism, the enjoyment of the sensuous view. The rest of
    • power, which still takes this last rest of egoism from him:
    • experiences that the last rest of egoism prevailed in itself
    • nearest to him at that time, as Pater Ecstaticus, Pater
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    • restrained as others are by the gravity of the physical body in
    • interest in Schopenhauer's philosophy shows that the human
    • up on these. He becomes acquainted with an interesting spirit,
    • to rest from intensive work of thought. In such a way, he lay
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    • last rest of that spiritual-mental which was once. We look at
    • that still shows the last rest of the old conception. What is
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    • therefore, anomalous. If we point to the rests of clairvoyance,
    • This consciousness is like a rest, like an heirloom in the
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    • sense the interesting variety of life underlying this transition from
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    • and restriction at not being able to eurythmize all sorts of things
    • paint everything but cannot always be at it, and thus has to restrain
    • interest. In the third we are intimately within ourselves. In the fifth
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    • we rediscover the impulses of the rest of the world.
    • not the soul, so the notes are not the music. The interesting thing
    • the final figure has come to rest, and the curtain is drawn. What feeling
    • following is of special interest: We have to be able to feel a relationship
    • to draw out the scale from the main vowels, most interesting things
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    • Now it is especially interesting
    • are always intervals. And the interesting thing about Goethe's poem
    • the fact that the vowels have been wrested from man's inner being. They
    • not mean to cast aspersions on the imitation of ‘rustling forests’,
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    • interest to eurythmists. Hauer [33] began to study music at a very early
    • All this is very interesting,
    • and I have long been interested in this man Hauer. At the time when
    • the rest of humanity admires tremendously. He hates the civilization
    • Now it is interesting
    • of art is an interesting phenomenon, and one which should not be overlooked.
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    • modern civilization wanted to provide the clearest proof that it is
    • The film is the clearest proof that those who like it are unmusical.
    • It is interesting, for example, when we follow the German language through
    • notes and the rests.
    • sustained note (the pedal-point) and the rest are of special importance.
    • significance of everything connected to the rest. And so it will be
    • of moving up after the descending mood, with a corresponding rest which
    • you can have a longer rest during which the bar line occurs — then you
    • still in yourself in the middle of this swinging movement, in the rest.
    • it is the rest which you specially emphasize through eurythmy. It is
    • rest), and on the other hand in the pedal-point or the sustained note
    • in the rest, (Pause: ‘rest’, ‘pause’), even bringing more and more into
    • the rest. Let us once more consider our example (see Fig. 11). Here
    • the spiritual realm. If you achieve this emphasis of the rest by means
    • try to find examples of musical phrases containing long rests and very
    • with the expression of a rest, and in speech eurythmy too, the effect
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    • of metamorphosis from a mobile state to a state of rest.
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    • well, and so on, but it has nothing to do with me. I am not interested
    • be restrained as much as possible. Otherwise interpretation, or the
    • the way in which rests, for instance, or the pedal- point may be expressed
    • which is manifested in the arms as movement is brought to rest. The
    • jaws can only move a little; they are at rest. Indeed the head is entirely
    • at rest. On the other hand, the legs and feet do retain a certain similarity
    • discussed for a rest or a sustained note, it will appear ugly. Wrong
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    • over to an interest in a new life on Earth.
    • interest for life on Earth — as seen from the
    • interest in earthly life emerges many years, even many
    • The interest we took for so long in the purely spiritual world
    • transforms itself into an interest in the succession of
    • interest in him from out of the spiritual world; we grew
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    • that life rests upon this fact.
    • who aren't interested enough in freeing themselves from the trend of
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    • in it, may even find it impossible to take an interest in it because
    • is much more interested in himself. So he withdraws his attention from
    • are certain reasons why the lecture doesn't interest him, and they are
    • usually that he is more interested in other aspects of life than in
    • be interesting him. A person who has no interest in hearing a lecture
    • attending the lecture. Perhaps he is more interested in the experience
    • without interest for him. So he turns his attention to the only other
    • available interest: his own inner being, and enjoys himself!
    • enjoyment comes from his interest in himself. So we must find it understandable
    • his interest moves away from the outer scene, the lecture or the concert
    • or whatever, to what does interest him. This is always the fact of the
    • We withdraw our interest from our inner life.
    • successive cycles, in one of which our interest is awake to the world
    • between interest for the inner and interest for the outer scene. These
    • do this, for example, when we describe the alternation of interest in
    • to all the rest of it, then and only then does every sentence make sense
    • to have sufficient interest for objective facts to rid ourselves of
    • that ought to engage our interest, we would stay awake only in the case
    • interest leads to an inevitable development. The coupon cutter feels
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    • past incarnations. That experiencing rests upon a heightening of our
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    • modern scientist is interested in finding out is left behind on the
    • it in the sense that we don't feel unfree as a result of being wrested,
    • This is an extremely interesting and extraordinary
    • that they are something wrested from us, something with significance
    • world belongs to what we call the terrestrial world, the solid element.
    • as a whole and showed how it could be compared to an inner terrestrial
    • the earth's gravity, this inner life of the terrestrial, even though
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    • relates us to the cosmos, to the extraterrestrial, to everything that
    • Dull-witted materialists are sometimes little interested in subtle differences
    • We can answer the question that interests
    • each similar to all the rest, but they could learn a great deal on the
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    • our feelings, our impulses of will are restricted to ourselves alone.
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    • with interest. Something that we are intensively attentive to,
    • something that we were involved with our full interest imprints
    • other respect attention, interest is important in this human
    • consider as the next form of your life-tasks, of your interests
    • culminate in the exceptionally interesting literature of the
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture II: Theosophy and Antisophy
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    • such a way that first like in an uninteresting picture, like in
    • attached to the uninteresting Fata Morgana as retrospect. Since
    • terrestrial —
    • interpretation of it. Anyway, it is interesting, even if he
    • front gate of spiritual science. It is extremely interesting
    • it is interesting to realise that in a talk in which he brought
    • Heraclitus considered the restless becoming as the real
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    • However, the forces, which were thereby restrained in the
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    • exprest,
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    • interesting
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    • restlessness,
    • No grave of blissful rest,
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    • interesting; and at last, the modern economic human being
    • restless.
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    • cosmopolitan interest, but is also a matter of concern for all
    • not draw my particular interest. Nevertheless it is interesting
    • interest in this person that many Europeans do, in regard to
    • what teachers must do to kindle genuine interest for what they
    • these things extraordinarily interesting. I am not in the least
    • above. Though these experiments may be interesting from a
    • evidence may serve as an interesting confirmation afterward.
    • engenders real interest in the human being. We shall observe
    • interest in education! And genuine interest in the human being
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    • restricted to the narrow circle of people who provide a more
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    • step. It will have a beneficial effect for the rest of the
    • and the restoration affected by the physical body.
    • consciously, but through inner doubts and restlessness, which
    • interesting at the
    • play into the interesting question just raised. It's not
    • interested in how the child answers the question. I may
    • you? Even the tone of voice may indicate the teacher's interest
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    • and an understanding interest in what others are doing.
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    • interesting, at least.
    • Another interesting example can be found in so-called
    • it is interesting to consider the biography of Gregor Mendel.
    • of restricting the free growth of feet similar to the way we
    • school, boys and girls sit side by side. Although interesting
    • Gymnasium, make interesting reading: Greek —
    • teacher is therefore expected to follow with real interest not
    • be especially gifted. Such common interest and shared knowledge
    • sincere interest in what is willed in this education deserves a
    • must happen so that the Waldorf ideal can rest upon truly firm
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    • sharing such questions of common interest greatly contributed
    • classroom, giving a certain relief in this way to the rest of
    • self-confidence, which rests on trust in God. When there is
    • interest in these matters, and that we are inwardly active
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    • Although this may seem interesting and intriguing, because it
    • earthly incarnation. But, being restricted to the medium and
    • use of language, they must artificially restrain certain
    • and his real task was to lecture on rhetoric. But interest in
    • possible in Stuttgart, where, due to less restrictive local
    • interests in this country. For my part, I feel convinced that,
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    • is merely devised, does not rest on nature at
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    • talks to you he keeps himself under restraint so that his
    • rest they absorb. When they become brown through the different
    • in some things. One can make quite interesting observations. If
    • interest in what goes on in America today, will say to himself:
    • It is in fact so interesting that in
    • And so it is really quite interesting: On
    • It was very interesting at the last Natural
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    • wrested free from the death shroud when this cosmos
    • is always interesting and one should take responsibility for
    • nature. Thus it is interesting if we can read what the English
    • towards chaos. Thus we can observe an interesting symptom
    • becomes something extraordinarily interesting because we can
    • interesting to read a bit of what Dr Kolb, the principal
  • Title: Question/Economic Life: Lecture: The Central Question of Economic Life
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    • three-fold human being. The just price. Harmonizing of interests.
    • if one tries to create an interest within the proletariat
    • actually awakens no interest in them. The people have no
    • interest in concrete individual economic questions. To-day
    • He is only interested in how he is treated in his firm, and
    • general abstract points of view. He is interested in the
    • products is absolutely beyond the scope of his interests. I
    • interest in concrete branches of manufacture and industries by
    • something which does not interest the worker as such. He is
    • interested in the situation of the classes, the class struggle,
    • he is interested in that — which I don't need to
    • value. He is interested in the development of the economic life
    • purely human interests from the interests of practical life
    • thing which is also very interesting: Bismarck, when voicing
    • economic interest, we can see from the sad results of the
    • more demanding interest of consumption. For one who can look
    • doesn't actually arise out of the interests of production. When
    • interests of consumption, which again are based totally on the
    • social reform resounds through the world purely from interests
    • sense of how it is preached out of the interests of
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  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture I: The Threefoldness of Space and the Unity of Time
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    • become torn free from our whole cosmic past. Our present existence rests
    • the higher Hierarchies who have a special interest that human beings
    • If we look at the rest of
    • we have the idea: If the forces working in the rest of man worked through
    • the fixed again in the fluid, everywhere rest produced in the movement,
    • but the rest transposed again into movement. That is the whole spiritual
    • is: a state of balance in the universe which is wrested, lifted out,
    • to seek a state of equilibrium than something where one can just rest
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    • myriads of fish-spawn in the sea, only a few become fish; the rest perish.
    • only a few of which become plants; as grains of corn the rest perish,
    • the patricians. It lies in the interest of these patricians to strengthen
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    • being through the gates of death.’ What an intense interest there
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    • following morning, after we have rested through the night, the sun will
    • that after the night's rest the sun will reappear, and the fruits of
    • human souls passing through the hardest, bitterest struggles owing to
    • considered the dearest, the most intimate treasure of my heart, now
    • Morgenstern.]. As the result of a life of dedication to the purest
    • importance for the progress of the Movement than all the rest of the
    • — fighting for what is dearest to them, because in their ideals
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  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 1: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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    • say, the threads of his concepts break. It is very interesting that
    • the most elementary stage. It is interesting that on the one hand people
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 4: Contrasting Principles of Ancient and Modern Initiation
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    • been known in a state of rest: he would now have the experience of finding
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 5: The Change in the Human Soul Constitution
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    • of Christ Jesus. The whole Apocalypse rests on astrology. The latter
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 6: Transformation of the Human Being in the Course of Evolution
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    • of all that man experiences. But for the rest, nothing remained but
    • did not rest upon an historical Christ as the basis of his world conception
    • It is interesting and important
    • at rest, all that is enduring. Brunetto Latini's concern was to describe
    • a strong interest in the individual human being that something of a
    • said about the world is tommyrot; I am not interested in it. But I will
    • have established materialism; the rest only repeat — for the simple
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 7: Experiences of the Old Year and Outlook over the New Year (part 1)
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    • rest in the landscape and what is moving. We sit within our physical
    • much in our mood of soul rests upon this wish of ours to have only Sundays.
    • concerning what is necessary for the world now and in the nearest future.
    • restricted — and, contrary to the spirit of Wilson's Fourteen
    • of foresight, interest or revenge, and call this ‘justice’
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    • usually pictured by the materialists. Their dearest dream is to have
    • fact that we human beings should take an interest in one another. But
    • this can only be a real interest if we let the light of spiritual science
    • It is true that in physical life we have to restrict our dealings to
    • people love mathematics. Certain rules are established and the rest
    • all those endeavors of Rubakin and the rest aim at pulling man out of
  • Title: Community Life: Address 1: The Goesch-Sprengel Situation - Part 1
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    • than the poorest materialists out there, who in spite of their distorted
    • it is simply a too one-sided interest in renewing these teachings in
    • can never rest content with simply passing on teachings; they must also
    • restriction of the ego's rights must also result in the teachings taking
    • now necessary process of restructuring life in our spiritual movement.
    • If you restricted yourself
    • from me that you can hear so much of in the rest of the world. So much
    • necessary to found a society of a more restricted sort.
    • feasible nor possible for those who have an interest in the survival
    • trust and our sincerest gratitude.
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    • as ours: Personal interests and personal vanity inevitably get mixed
    • upbringing and so on) they have no particular interest in getting rid
    • all of us can immediately broaden our interests to include the objective
    • interest in finding out about their own previous incarnations for reasons
    • these days. One is to act in the best interests of the Society, which
    • or restricts what you yourself can accomplish. Knowing what ought to
    • ourselves as much as possible from the customs of the rest of the world
    • objective interest we actually ought to have in our spiritual movement
    • incarnations down through history are not really interested in this
    • cause; they lack the particular kind of interest they ought to have.
    • times, when our interest should be focused on the development of a major
    • portion of humanity, someone should have so little interest in the events
    • of the day as to drag such highly personal interests into our Society.
    • not in any other. People whose chief interest is in their own person
    • But when, as so frequently happens, this purely personal interest and
  • Title: Community Life: Lecture 1: Requirements of Our Life together in the Anthroposophical Society
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    • worked for anthroposophists, and because she was interested in finding
  • Title: Community Life: Lecture 2: The Anthroposophical Society as a Living Being
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    • a certain interest in the Society as such, and to develop this interest,
    • points in our statutes. It also means taking an interest in the guidance
    • and management of the Society as such. When someone lacks this interest,
    • Being interested only in the work the Society does is not the same thing
    • as being interested in the Society as such. But in order for our Society
    • to exist as a basis for this work, a certain interest in the Society
    • of the Society. People who are only interested in reading lecture cycles
    • — and take no interest in the governance of the Society, especially
    • do not want to develop that interest are actually not in support of
    • the Society as such, as I said before. You must develop an interest
    • an interest in the Society as such. This means, however, that the affairs
    • This, however, requires a really vital interest in the affairs of the
    • interest. They have to be seen as a concern of the Society; there must
    • interest to him or her, but who also knows a lot about the Society and
    • of friends is what interests me.” I certainly do not mean to criticize
    • effect on the Society if people are only interested in the Society because
    • preventing this when the right kind of interest in our internal social
    • who can be presumed to be in the know, that demonstrates a lack of interest
    • that people are not taking an interest in its life and vitality. That
    • interest in our Society's life and vitality.
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  • Title: Community Life: Lecture 3: Swedenborg: An Example of Difficulties in Entering the Spiritual World
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    • is based on, they conclude that such things always rest on unconscious,
    • evidence to show the extent to which the interest of creative writers
    • interest in the goings-on in the chicken run:
    • to the rest of the world. Just as we are now experiencing hostility
    • study such cases; they should be of great interest to us precisely because
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    • pots in a comparison I used some time ago. He was unable to wrest himself
    • discipline, and doing away with any unrestrained emotional impulses
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    • It is interesting, too, how Mauthner reacts to her portrayal of Nietzsche.
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    • rests on the outer scientific knowledge. Whether somebody rests
    • that is, before Socrates where the great thinkers interest us
    • interested in them because you can realise how from a lively
    • beings. This chapter was interesting
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    • persons of the nineteenth century rest, and even before the
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    • interesting questions with the little boy in the midst of
    • these both figures. It is interesting for someone who wants to
    • extremely interesting if one sees reviving in the Faust figure
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    • all those persons who are interested in spiritual science out
    • of the origin of the human being with immense interest from all
    • dies. One may say that just the fairest sense of truth and
    • everywhere for rests of such an old, dwarfish human race.
    • They realised and pronounced it in the clearest way that after
    • interesting. Today I would like to go into the figure. However,
    • This is an exceptionally interesting turn
    • mammals did not yet exist. It is interesting that Klaatsch
    • interesting now that a researcher like Klaatsch feels pressured
    • because it could rest upon trunks it could form the delve of
    • is interesting to observe how such a researcher gets around to
    • extremely interesting fact seems to turn out to us that
    • does not only transform the rest of the physical substances as
    • Now it must interest how compared with this human creation one
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    • entered the physical-sensory world, after it had restrained its
    • the world order. It would be now interesting to show how from
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    • the world of the sixteenth century, the earth on which one believed to stand firmly resting
    • it becomes twice interesting to ask oneself: how does this
    • interesting to realise that in the Indian culture from the
    • ideas. With the Indian culture, we see the interesting fact
    • death. It is interesting how Aristoteles imagined the destiny
    • It is interesting to realise that it
    • represented a researcher in the outer nature. It is interesting
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    • conditions richer than rather to restrict them? Does it not
    • he could easily restrict himself by such a self-education
    • his vitality, but restricts and limits it even if he may
    • maybe even bliss because of such a restriction. However, one
    • which promise to restore health possibly in short time or to
    • separated from the world in this restricted soul that is not
    • develop our interest in life everywhere, we produce that
    • be treated rather leniently. Carneri tells an interesting case
    • The today's doctrine of individuality is the purest doctrine of
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    • have exercised no influence whatever, nobody would have shown any interest
    • but the cleverest calves would choose their own butcher, for in that
    • The very opposite is true: Only the cleverest calves choose their own
    • is the same as the artificial or natural interest which people have
    • To produce demands in such a way as to arouse an artificial interest in
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 2: What Form Can the Requirements of Social Life Take
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    • to take a full human interest in the organisation of their particular
    • interests of his corporation; all his own aspirations were connected
    • the lack of interest and understanding on the part of the leaders of
    • has, for the time being, been arrested in the western countries. But
    • it can only be arrested so long as the old bourgeois-democratic impulses,
    • who took a more unprejudiced interest in modern life, experienced, one
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    • economic life was a restricted one, but it was closely linked up with
    • of goods, and with the exception of a few restricted circles, where
    • so that the human being himself is cut off from that which interests
    • interest in social questions has not yet awakened in countries where.
    • ago people had shown the same interest for social problems which they
    • no genuine interest can be awakened to-day for social questions. What
    • must be abandoned. For a connection can be found with deeper human interests,
    • an ideal, we shall surely develop the required interest in things for
    • which the great majority of modern men unfortunately has shown no interest
    • hand connected with the lack of interest which modern men have for the
    • deepest impulses of the human soul. This lack interest in the deeper
    • interest in the most intimate questions concerning man's innermost being.
    • interest is to justify the things which they do. And this is the aim
    • must, however, do away with every soul-spiritual interest. Soul-spiritual
    • spiritual world within my own being; my chief interest is the soul and
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    • separated from the interests of daily life; the middle classes think
    • the activities connected with spiritual interests, and consequently
    • Pass du dich geistig nicht verlierest.
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    • in rest and in the inner power of the spiritual development of
    • destroy the matter perpetually, which however restores itself
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    • is interesting that Schopenhauer invokes the dream to come
    • illogical. It is very interesting if one pursues with which
    • exceptionally interesting; even more interesting is that which
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    • indeed, this unconscious or subconscious rests for the usual
    • Indeed, the experiences of the mystics are interesting. I would
    • already with reference to the nearest scientific spiritual
    • resting soul. The mental picture is so difficult because it is
    • just easier to imagine the rest in space, than the rest in
    • able to imagine that resting in time is possible. One can say,
    • the soul just stays behind resting in itself, and life proceeds
    • rest, indeed, always in the soul but that are not brought up
    • human beings who with full internal interest participate in the
    • powerfully in its rest than it can work if it is carried on the
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    • results of these areas. There you have a very interesting
    • Brentano works with concepts that are restricted in the
    • (1908), and this characteristic is quite interesting even if it
    • Now you will ask yourself, does this illusionism not rest on
    • the bodily, this view was narrowed. This restriction of the
    • underestimate today. But if anybody came and said to me: Goethe
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    • Hence, a peculiar ether concept that is very interesting has
    • with this concept different. Now, the interesting fact is that
    • the soul. It is interesting that at many places in the wake of
    • the increase of the inside. Hence, it is interesting that, for
    • included in the usual present soul life, but is rest of former
    • sub-consciousness. However, it is interesting how the
    • a rest has remained. He has experienced, for example,
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    • whole public that was interested in it. Oliver Lodge was
    • shell results, the most material, the most sensory rest, which
    • he just found a quarter truth, the whole has rather restrained
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    • times in the whole life, while the rest of the organism
    • speeds of the growth of the head and of the rest of the
    • organism are. This is because head and the rest of organism are
    • perfection; the rest of the organism is very imperfect compared
    • rest of the organism is as it were the same on an initial
    • head shows that it is a metamorphosed rest of the organism; the
    • rest of the organism shows that it does not yet have become
    • being develops with the rest of his organism is assimilated in
    • the human being of the rest of organism. The head is as it were
    • the rest of the organism is a tool of this etheric world,
    • between the etheric body of the head and that of the rest of
    • the organism. Just as the head and the rest of the organism
    • etheric body of the head and of the rest of the organism.
    • interacts with the etheric body of the rest of the organism and
    • something else: in 1916, an interesting writing appeared which
    • interesting sentence on page 132: “We do not have more
    • Sometimes one can do rather interesting discoveries that it is
    • which you will not be interested, because he says not a single
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    • that what science, resting on the sense-perceptible phenomena,
    • existence and not to take interest in the products of a later
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    • that was used to the restoration of certain things in the
    • is very interesting that recently a popular book appeared where
    • the heart muscle and other muscles had to rest. We get tired
    • Exerting our sense organs is restraining something unperceived.
    • What we perceive is the rest, that remains from that what
    • carries out in the sleep: we restore what we have destroyed in
    • life. However, while we perform the other activity, restoring
    • day interests affect it, we are connected by the etheric body
    • with the daily interests than with concealed interests, which
    • because the usual daily interest is connected only with the
    • usual interests were only so strong to force back it. Where it
    • is very justified. Just the fact that the interests, in which
    • interests. In the sleep, our soul appears completely fulfilled
    • of imagination. In the sleep, we restore them, so that they can
    • strictly speaking the entire rest takes place only one or one
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    • interest in such a way that one regards Goethe as the
    • interested in it can read up the details in the mentioned book.
    • interests of every human being. There may be human beings who
    • spiritual research resting on sure basis can say has to inspire
    • This must be of the deepest interest for all human beings, what
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    • of the highest interest to look in which way the
    • feeling, of the affects, the interest that we take in our
    • interests in the right sense with that what goes forward in our
    • they have little interest in the fellow men and in the
    • environment. Here the interest does not elicit the abilities.
    • Hence, it is necessary that the interest is also considered in
    • interests and with our skill for the outside world the human
    • interesting chapter suggested by Schopenhauer in a certain way;
    • However, an interesting difference now appears which can be
    • everything peculiar and stubborn of his interests. The old
    • cetera. This rests in the consciousness soul. Concerning these
    • on the purest, sharpest logic as spiritual science that one can
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    • interesting book which is due to a mythographer who must be
    • is so interesting and fertile still for our time. Since what
    • to meet this soul force with particular interest whose effects
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    • of chemistry and physics of our earth evolution some rest
    • it is interesting largely to pursue how under the influence of
    • was very interesting what this man tried in a certain ingenious
    • With it, it was necessary to say, the astronomer must restrict
    • a quite weighty restriction. While on one side it is valid:
    • realise this the clearest with the steam engine. We produce the
    • energy, but that always a rest of heat remains which is
    • transformation a rest of heat remains, one can easily
    • always a rest of heat is left. Thus, all world processes run in
    • results as a rest and at last the result must be that all
    • process that the sun causes on earth leaves rests of heat; at
    • and rests is already considered in the general heat death, so
    • nebula, have only to bring the rest of their former existence
    • terrestrial atmosphere — if we imagine the terrestrial
    • other. With it, with the cleaning of the terrestrial atmosphere
    • the extrusion of the moon, the cleaning of the terrestrial
    • investigations, everywhere we discover the clearest proofs of a
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture I: Haeckel, the Riddles of the World and Theosophy
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    • Look at the situation of the worldview, as far as it rests on
    • comparison. Somebody who shows interest in such matters finds
    • (2) How did the first movement come into being in this resting
    • want to go their way. Because of this self-restriction, which
    • rests on that which this sensory consciousness provides, he can
    • the spiritual. The physical research rests on the
    • into the highest world secrets, you can be quite uninterested
    • interesting is now that one gets externally also to a pedigree
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    • were interested in it, we could probably trace back the
    • interested in this question. This man is the zoologist Kessler
    • cited in the mentioned interesting book, then you get a good
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    • know that one employed children of the tenderest age in an
    • — that now and again human beings of the tenderest age
    • diligently and devotedly if no longer the self-interest is the
    • self-interest as significant in life. However, somebody works
    • self-interest. Materialism becomes inconsistent there even
    • its reason in the personal self-interest, in the position in
    • the ego out of the personal self-interest. As peculiar as it
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    • which rests on the testimony of the initiates who speak about
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    • rests of Lemurians and of Atlanteans who intermingled in many
    • rest of a human view that originated from a dreamlike
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    • are only interested in the code that both only see a
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    • unimportant side and the human being mostly is interested in
    • interested in its principles. He must be able to disassemble it
    • restrain his judgment and to listen to others. We must develop
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    • almost uninteresting to the soul and to the heart. Today often
    • universe, Chrestós, and the most elated sages of the East
    • become what one calls buddhi or the Chrestós, if they are
    • if the Chrestós is embodied in the human race, then the
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    • interest who wants to deeper penetrate into the structure and
    • scientific interest depends, but it also depends on them
    • worldview shows us that everything that rests in our souls is
    • Chrestós in the Greek mysticism, buddhi in the Eastern
    • interest only, but something that contains the solution of the
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    • interest in the human realm — if we want to speak here
    • an indirect interest; they give it the forces, which bring the
    • say without thinking, wisdom, regularity rests in the mineral
    • being began his development on earth, life rested in him at
    • interests. With it, we see that everything that lives as
    • with enthusiasm, indeed, but just from the deepest interest of
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    • deepest. An extremely interesting fact of the modern cultural
    • consciousness still rested in the bosom of the divine
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    • the external senses. As rests, as rudiments of all things
    • remain, rests exist with those classes of the population, which
    • legends, rests of an ancient astral consciousness are
    • scanty rests they have today like the questions of the Lady
    • of various rests of their consciousness. They ranked these folk
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    • well — which wants to define and restrict the human
    • on the heights of thought, although he spoke in the purest,
    • clearest, and logically sharpest thoughts, a quite warm and
    • Later the interest changed more and more into an interest,
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    • lives even today as a legend and myth is the rest of such
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    • of the strangest and most interesting personalities is just
    • modern view of nature, but this is the purest dilettantism if
    • interesting historical object, but as a spirit whom one has to
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    • primeval matter, that in it everything rests like in a maternal
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    • future in the interest of world peace; upon the whole the
    • very nearest future: what we need is heads in
    • peace, of Brest-Litowsk. Think what it would have been
    • the State must see to it that I have a pension the rest
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    • soul can rest, as it were, when we are busy with economic
    • life; but in what appears to outer consciousness as rest,
    • life and the promise and interest of life, in the
    • the rest of the world; and we will come into more and
    • wrested out of human nature itself.
    • includes all the rest of the organism as a kind of
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    • elaboration of embryology. All the rest is phantasy. As
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    • rule in freedom, but shall be held in full restraint.
    • other than human interests, for he is nothing else the
    • on all his interests, he is fastened up to the social
    • the contrast: personal interest on the one side, but then
    • also personal interest on the nearest corner of the other
    • side. It is in opposition to the personal interest on the
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    • originate or excite interest with persons with unclear
    • weak to open themselves to knowledge are of full interest if
    • at first. We must say, the occult science rests on two
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    • science or theosophy. I said that spiritual science rests on
    • succeeded in investigating the rests of primeval living beings
    • atoms and molecules. The rest is appearance; however, these are
    • in connection with the element radium. But as interesting it is
    • who have done interesting considerations about certain
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    • interested concerning the soul life, you nowhere get
    • interest us here. You can read in the popular works that are
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    • finishes certain stages of initiation cannot be wrested from
    • him. He can never wrest this secret from himself. For this
    • nice and interesting concepts. However, you cannot come into
    • that restrains and restricts us, but as that which brings true
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    • interested. — Some circles regard it as tremendously deplorable
    • that this or that member is apparently wrested from it because
    • he/she starts being interested in theosophy or in occult
    • However, it is true that someone who becomes interested
    • occult science attain this interest only within a
    • emotions with them as a rule; the interests carry them into the
    • interests. If such a circle complains that this or that member
    • Those who are interested
    • then in spite of all resisting forces, the interest in
    • only. The deeper interests of the soul, all wishes, all
    • more. They are anxious whether the rest of life would be still
    • The wishes and interests resting in the soul could not be
    • interest in many respects from the small point, which one calls
    • that we feel very uninteresting as a single personality. One
    • learns only how uninteresting the single personality is. This
    • learning, how uninteresting the single human personality is, if
    • interests in common with me concerning my studies of Goethe.
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    • with each other in common that we only are interested in the
    • lion as a species to the same degree as we are interested in
    • engages our interest in the same way as the entire animal
    • favour of the interests of the tribe or the group. Briefly, we
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    • and interest. The modern worker, the industrial worker is in
    • was the human thinking, the human interest also capable to
    • if the human being can take a personal interest in the
    • only interest in the product is the acquisition, the wage. The
    • to preach the reaction, to restore the old conditions or to
    • in variety, but if it finds rest and peace in the true
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    • absent, the restraining force working from the
    • etheric bodies rest in the bed. The astral body with the ego
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    • forces from which it was wrested between birth and death
    • from the ego. However, there remains a rest of the etheric body
    • and who has no interest in anything that forms the basis as
    • break away from one thing. A rest remains. This rest is
    • that his interest never stuck to that what shines through as a
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    • contents of the heavenly elements; all that restrains the
    • (Orest Ch., 1852–1934, Russian physicist), the “twelfth
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    • is called politics, that is, the social factors. For today all the rest
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    • economic life interest on capital, or capital in any form, has confused
    • Thus it is desirable that those who are interested in the Anthroposophical
    • run with the wind, never to be able, as a rest, to stop and face the
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    • thing, and that is how ways and means may be found to call up the clearest
    • it is extraordinarily interesting to observe the kind of thinking of
    • are. One fact should be of special interest to us today – that
    • development, built up on these foundations his extraordinarily arresting
    • organism of which the State is only one member. It is indeed interesting
    • what they will do, neither I nor any of the rest of you know, but it
    • leading to no firm ground. It is most interesting how this thought-structure,
    • to an end. This is interesting, because it is just those who regard
    • this socialism. It is very interesting; for the way of thinking that
    • it is interesting that in clear and plain terms those who have developed
    • about it is of great interest. For example, in a passage of his work
    • higher phase of socialism is most interesting. He calls it ignorance to
    • sectarian, at not being sectarian, at not being abstract but interested
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    • by means of Spiritual Science — rests upon unconscious intuition.
    • interest in the State. They were harnessed to the economic life, and
    • consequence what has come from so many bourgeois organisations and interests!
    • have as great an interest in the Proletariat's labour power that is
    • demanded by the times, giving us wide instead of narrow interests, and
    • the rest of the world order, to have any sense at all. Overhead in the
    • like the rest, but the tail is not so; the tail has the origin formerly
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    • in the most energetic way and in its purest form the thinking that was
    • whither the purest form of thinking, as arising in Fichte, actually
    • am not interested in all this, for ultimately it is just empty abstraction.
    • from the spiritual plane that is nearest to ours, we can with the perception
    • theory of surplus value rest? It rests actually upon what I was describing
    • and individual professional interests link men together and place them
    • economic interests brought to realisation, if members of the agricultural
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    • that there is nothing in life that is not interesting if only we have
    • greatest defects in present social life that certain interests inaccessible
    • of interest only for the middle-class and incomprehensible to the proletariat.
    • instincts strive. And they will not rest until that direction at least
    • part of the present evil rests on the control of capital, the fructifying
    • an anti-social way because of unnatural relationships. Socialism must rest
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    • the restaurant it was otherwise; then you were all hungry; then you
    • various directions. It is in the interest of the individual that a member
    • come to expression; but it is in the general interest that these individual
    • can be reprinted without any restriction. This originates in the sound
    • there entered into this thinking from the rest of the human organism
    • is brought over from the rest of the organism of the previous incarnation,
    • will become the head, is the rest of the body of the previous incarnation.
    • To this is appended the rest of the organism which, fertilised by the
    • of the rest of the body into the head of our next incarnation. The great
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    • in its whole essence rests on equality and the common benefit derived
    • be transformed, in such a way that he really gets a sense for, an interest
    • would be interesting but nothing more. It would also be interesting
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    • interested. They are certainly not tired. It is not the case
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    • body, he develops not only the intimate relation to the rest of
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    • interesting subjects. But it is not so, — especially not
    • certain counterpoise to this restriction of man's freedom in
    • be still more interested in the present tendencies
    • different part. He cannot develop any real interest in
    • might imagine: Men would increasingly lose interest in that
    • loosed and separated from human interest.
    • stand there and remain at rest. A human being will approach it,
    • — from man to man — in those interests which,
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    • form of his future incarnation. In Devachan there is purest, freest
    • activity, and man experiences this as purest bliss.
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    • speaking about an interesting personality of the 19th Century, someone
    • and also what has in a certain sense died out. This interesting thinker
    • perhaps but significant all the same. What interested him was the true
    • an interesting figure because he incorporates both past and future.
    • who, through their vocation, had a duty to be interested in him and
    • any arbitrary reason or merely to tell you something interesting. It
    • interesting essay has appeared on the subject of genius. After arguing
    • are in fact inadequate. This is because modern man has no interest in
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    • of biological evolution. Man differs from the rest of the animal kingdom
    • Schäffle on the body social. It is interesting to ask: How does
    • promote one an-other's specific quality in the interest of the social
    • whole and consequently in the interest of each individual cell.”
    • in merest outline; they all require elaboration. But my aim is to indicate
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    • spiritual world nearest to us lies above our consciousness. Within this
    • It is interesting to see
    • Ahriman's whole interest
    • great interest in deluding man concerning the necessity of this inner
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    • example he makes an interesting reference to Friedrich
    • can say: “If anyone is interested in the path that led me to God,
    • know is that spiritual science must rest on its own independent research
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    • interest in spiritual science have the task to recognize the spiritual
    • the folly of many people who take an interest in whatever crops up and
    • would have believed him. Very interesting! And why would the writer
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    • are very interesting, one discovers the remarkable fact that he spoke
    • A very interesting thought,
    • interest for man today. The period between the 14th and 17th centuries
    • Recently a very interesting book: Luther's Creed by Ricarda
    • Huch has appeared. The reason why the book is so interesting
    • This fact makes it all the more interesting to see how Ricarda Huch
    • It is an interesting and
    • this, is most interesting, for it also reveals his relationship to his
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    • to him the Copernican view seemed so much folly. He was little interested
    • that universe interested him greatly. However the relation to the world,
    • interesting that in our time it is a woman who has this yearning that
    • is restricted to the material alone the devil; i.e., ahrimanic powers
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    • show so little interest in spiritual knowledge. The real reason is,
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    • mysteries, were particularly interested in these small
    • during the rest of the year in such a way that it had a
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    • and Sardis are really quite interesting to the extent that one
    • radiations rather indifferently, and one was mainly interested
    • same value as the rest of the planets. The sun was really
    • land and then wrests itself loose and is thrown back again, and
    • super-terrestrial life. There were leaders of mankind who had
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    • they're not particularly interested in chemical explanations,
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    • of the akashic records will restore them to the last dot on the
    • “i” when the time has come to restore them
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    • later had taken a deep interest in the secrets of the Orient. A
    • Crusades. People began to develop a deep interest in this at
    • cannot say that one is dealing with super-terrestrial things,
    • very interesting method of calculation. I have never found that
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    • Fichtel mountains, the Bohemian Forest and down to the Morave
    • America with the rest of his body spread out over Europe and
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    • super-terrestrial spheres via snow and ice — and it makes
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    • People were quite right to be very interested in the orbit of
    • particularly interested in its appearance in the mid 40's, for
    • an astronomer by the name of Littrow wrote a very interesting
    • interesting. He made very nice calculations, and taking
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    • and warmth and all the rest of what inundates us from all parts
    • at|_ the hands, arms, feet, legs and the rest of a person's
    • is extremely interesting to take a look at the details of this
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    • so and so many cases and unfavorable in the rest. As you know,
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    • just in this Middle-Europe in the most significant way. Interest was
    • speaking immediately out of the spiritual world. The interest was above
    • because then there spread, from Rome, just this interest for telling
    • things, the interest of forming, of being active in this particular
    • a way that, to begin with, there really existed very little interest
    • cracks” of what was the main interest. That which was grown through
    • the Nibelungs-, the Walthari-, the Gudrun-Song. You can tell the interest
    • character of the biblical events was taken up by the immediate interests
    • then, if we see how these European Volkinterests come to the
    • emperorship, which ended with this time. It is that time, when the interest
    • scenes, he had to account on one hand for the rest of the traditions,
    • in the human face, the dearest, immediate expression of the human ability
    • him life, because he goes to rest with the dark, because in the dark he
    • “the Resting, the Nights Rest” of the same Saints.
    • 17. Lucas Moser, The Saints Rest
    • order”, and what really carries the main interest is placed almost
    • have a “Night-rest”. It is a story. And still, what there
    • Lazarus there, resting in the lap of his sister!
    • also to look at the drives, at the instincts, at the interests, and
    • “Saints on the Ocean”, “at rest”, then you will
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    • conflict the picture is one of the most interesting that are extant.
    • same phenomenon. Rome sets about wresting the spiritual domination of
    • their aim to make Rome the centre of the terrestrial human world order,
    • is to be fashioned from the Universal of the world into the terrestrial,
    • the terrestrial, it still pulsates ashamed and bashful, in the Satyr
    • That is why it is always interesting to watch this struggle just in
    • interest to-day.) There we see the human already entering in, which
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    • rest.
    • the etheric body is inwardly at rest.
    • head as well as the rest of the human being — has an etheric
    • at rest. In the book
    • rest of the body and brings about a plastic form-building activity
    • we further develop our meditations. With our meditations we rest
    • interested in what will follow after death for egotistical reasons.
    • are less interested in what happened before their birth. They say:
    • all the suffering that rests upon the ground of
    • pain that rests upon the ground of existence. All beauty rests on
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    • then that I would like to rest in the bosom of God so as to be safe
    • and through the very same forces — our connection with the rest
    • figure of mists in the universal cosmic fog, I must rest in the bosom
    • rest in all of that which lays like a cosmic blessing over a field of
    • to acquire knowledge, humankind had been restricted to the Buddha
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    • being sleeps and rests who is not perceived due to the
    • they found out for themselves how this second human being rests
    • interests the whole human being in psychology, which are far
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    • interests of former times were always there. Nevertheless, one
    • spiritual-scientific respect but personal interests. They have
    • humanity loses the interest in the spirit, also the interest in
    • religion gets lost. However, if humanity gets again interest in
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    • only from the viewpoint of material interests, class conflicts,
    • very interesting book in which he wants to show that the
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    • indeed can deliver exceptionally interesting, in particular
    • regard as strange and interesting. The strange is always
    • interesting, especially if one can believe that — what is
    • is demanded in the soul exercises, his interest stops. So that
    • one may say that everybody is interested in the objects, which
    • real spiritual world is not as interesting as the experiences
    • interested in the boring of spiritual exercises, it is because
    • that what is quite boring becomes interesting because of its
    • interest so directly which the soul has taken in the
    • However, then it rests for the usual consciousness in such
    • is interesting that it has been done once. It relates to that
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    • interesting book about dream imagination by Johannes Volkelt
    • very interesting way that casts intense light on the human
    • this context, the following example is interesting. The
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    • dreams the social life. It was always interesting when Herman
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    • old means from the mental pictures, as much as it wants to rest
    • those who rest upon present scientific mental pictures in
    • very interesting for a study of the emotional life.
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    • once philosophy resembled a restaurant in which cooks and
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    • Since this is just the interesting: we have a soul life from
    • will receive interesting results, for example, in the following
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    • another human being with understanding love, with interest. In
    • interest, to become engrossed in the characteristic of the
    • This is a very interesting connection.
    • how capital, interest, annuity, money or even loan are
    • by interest, by loan, by money in the life in which he
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    • radically and typically as in the fact that considerable interest is
    • interest will be apparent. But this interest peters out the moment we
    • every domain of external life. That interest dwindles is, after all,
    • evident that the interest which was still there in the case of
    • karma. All the rest will then follow of itself.
    • in terrestrial existence, and the other worlds in the universe with
    • an extra-terrestrial eternity somewhere beyond this world, will never
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    • number of souls, whose interest, when their pre-earthly life
    • principal interest is: How are we maturing in the spirit-world?
    • They continue to interest themselves down to the very last
    • of existence, these souls have to the last a lively interest in
    • have already taken an interest for so long, before coming down
    • Papers. It is interesting, historically, — to-day it
    • interesting to take up one of the annual sets of the
    • interest in everything, and not with the intention of
    • studied with deep interest, with the keenest eagerness, a book
    • nineteenth century, that the most interesting of all were not
    • it was very interesting to watch how the listeners, who were
    • it was extra-ordinarily interesting to see, on the one side the
    • sign of the deepest interest to what was being said about
    • thing which interested them above all else in life, they crept
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    • him. Rut the other, was the conception which the rest had of
    • him did not exist amongst any of the rest, but each had in mind
    • — One required, in fact, to have an interest in
    • to enter into it all with real interest. And then, indeed, it
    • was extremely interesting to enter into what went on, rightly
    • Schelling, Solger and the rest, (whom he treats as
    • It appeared at the time to me an unusually interesting book, as
    • There is a very interesting Compendium of the Truths of
    • understanding for it; because they were not, there, interested
    • theosophists present. The rest were mainly the same audience as
    • find these books extraordinarily interesting, — above
    • extraordinarily interesting one, — extraordinarily
    • interesting, if only from a deeper psychologic standpoint.
    • them. It is a quite interesting little volume, this of
    • extremely interesting to read the writings of Laurence
    • even more interesting than the books. It was certainly a
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    • would be extremely interesting, some time or other, to describe
    • is interesting, though, what a point this psycho-analytic,
    • Jung, particularly, it is extremely interesting. Jung has found
    • that they will come on really very interesting trains of
    • is in reality the merest elementary dilettanteism, which one
    • profound interest in every sort of thing in which one could
    • possibly take an interest in those days, and round which one
    • interesting, but irritating, — until I decided once for
    • of the purest Monoism. Only that Aquinas according to the
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    • like Blavatsky would have met with no interest. For only with
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    • religion must be always something that rests upon itself and
    • scholar and the lover of learning ... so Nietzsche's interest
    • nevertheless rested on sound bases, and was rich in material.
    • mix up one-sided political interests with their own sphere.
    • endeavour to get beyond all partial, sectional interests in
    • mankind, and really to rise to the universal interests of all
    • human interests, common to the whole of mankind; and
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    • Well, after we had performed this interesting occupation for a
    • rest was, in the main, simply a consequence.
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    • matters merely of theoretic interest; they must be taken with
    • interest. If you take everything that has gone to the
    • leaned more towards the artistic side; interests of a general
    • artistic side; interests of a general human kind came into the
    • at last get beyond being treated by the rest of the world as a
    • willing to subscribe to an opinion, but who is interested in
    • what can be expressed in the words: One is interested simply in
    • spiritual world. One has an interest in such a thing. How it is
    • of faith. But when one says, ‘Whoever is interested in the
    • kind of interest; and the others, ... well, they may stay
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    • rest of them say? — They said: ‘Oh, well, one looks
    • rest is nothing. Christianity taught that Christ is not
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    • interest because he lived in a territory, contiguous upon its
    • A further matter of interest lies in the fact,
    • interest in these matters. To them it was a most important sign
    • modern predominating interest in mysticism that many people find
    • Pythagoras failed to find the purest and most ideal ethical
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    • their fashion — when thou considerest the plants, the inner life
    • years, the terrestrial time estimate would be for a moment in
    • which brought about the balance of terrestrial reckoning]
    • lowest human buildings rested upon black organic soil ... and
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    • people who interest themselves in this subject, the notion of
    • whereby mankind might be led away from all this restlessness in
    • interest evinced with regard to Buddhism is due, in part, to
    • and reality, thus freeing him for evermore from terrestrial
    • terrestrial life. Fundamentally, Schopenhauer was of opinion that
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    • I have often referred to an interesting book,
    • in our day of the greatest interest, while its example and study
    • his people to manifest an especial interest in that outstanding
    • clearest insight into this matter when we take the animal
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    • now rest in peace till times may mend — for albeit it is the
    • quite well, however, that all her talk was the merest fiction;
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    • thou desirest.’
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    • Canst thou ne’er wrest from parchment script, nor canst
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    • At this point it is of interest to note, that
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    • unswerving observance of that secrecy and restraint imposed upon
    • that restraint which ever hinders his upward progress, he would
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    • were to fly out to the [resting] stars and rest there
    • referred to as “resting” stars, in contrast to the
    • the threshold: my thinking rests in the resting stars; my
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    • bearer of the clearest human earthly activity, but it seems
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    • dear friends, for membership in the school rests on
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