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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • worlds surrounding him, namely, the actual physical world, the soul
    • around itself. How are we to understand this? If reincarnation is a
    • outer surroundings. Everything that crowds into us from the outside
    • soul and for awhile all our surroundings, be they of the era, the
    • around him lights up in colors never seen before. Something becomes
    • entwined spirals like rings of mist. They wind around one another and
    • the world around him will begin to “sound.” This is what Pythagoras
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • life of Italy; how woman stood in the foreground of intellectual
    • the savage is completely surrounded by the forces of Nature, but the
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • background of his inner spiritual activity. In response, he
    • too loftily to spiritual realms, thus losing the firm ground under
    • to perceive the light-filled world of our surroundings. Light is
    • In reflecting upon the animals around us and by
    • that the activity thus forestalled erects a sort of wall around his
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • familiar with the general background of his anthroposophical
    • around the organ known in anatomy as the pineal gland. These
    • and glimmers around the pineal gland. This process — the
    • the pineal gland. In the man of high morality there is around the
    • revealed when a calm glow surrounds the pineal gland at these moments.
    • present moon which circles around the Earth. Similarly there will be a
    • residue of the Earth which will circle around Jupiter. Then these
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • clear picture in my mind of all the surroundings. Having done this, I will
    • others take care of their affairs. They would rather sit around asking
    • the surrounding world. The anthroposophist, however, should not feel
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • grounded in a sound preparation of the moral life. This, the Dionysian
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • They live in what is around us as thunder and lightning and in the
    • have the divine spiritual world of the earth's spring and summer around us.
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • Background of the Mystery of Golgotha,
    • and we can surround him with ideas about Christ, but we find that the
    • religious background. We should often call to mind why the child walks
    • how the Christ-Force radiates around his being.
    • on the ground of Spiritual Science. Later epochs are always being
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • the splendor of surrounding nature is Christ's first sacrifice. By ensouling
    • I am so placed in the world that I can look at it around me, my senses being
    • Now let us consider not what we eat, but the air surrounding us. Every
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • we are looking at the qualities of water as we find it around us. Then
    • I don't want to beat around the bush with all kinds of general
    • surroundings? He perceives things; he applies his brain-bound thinking
    • quiet down, how a kind of twilight settles around us, how the activity
    • example, that we say, “What is going on around me? It is as though my
    • surroundings were receding from me, as though the natural elements
    • situation with regard to his new spiritual surroundings. I've told you
    • senses, a world where spiritual actualities and beings surround us.
    • around you is nature,” instead of saying, “Those are trees,
    • physical surroundings with the help of his external senses.
    • teaching that was later pushed into the background by scholarly
    • claimed that the earth didn't stand still, but revolved around the
    • Don't we all agree that a child only begins to remember around his
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • to the events surrounding World War I. Steiner sees a parallel between
    • the circumstances surrounding World War I, few would accept Rudolf
    • It is against such a background of perplexity and misguided fervor
    • golden veins down in the rock depression to wind around Ahriman's body
    • battle grounds of France. Yet, that is precisely what happened. There
    • own way, is on firm ground. Spiritual science, however, must be active
    • Background of the External World — The Fall of the Spirits of
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • the animal world and upon the world of man which now surround us? During
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • human being's physical surroundings, and thus the door which seems to close
    • who takes an all-round interest in modern life. If it were impossible to
    • which he possesses in common with a surrounding spiritual world. We shall
    • earthly surroundings. But of course the spiritual element of our environment
    • which actually exists between the processes in the world surrounding us
    • as descend into the plant life growing up out of the ground. And it is not
    • regions of space surrounding the earth. So the inflow and the outflow of a
    • with the etheric element, in the space which surrounds human beings upon
    • surrounds us just as definitely as the physical outer world surrounds our
    • from this Roman life and look at what was unfolding literally underground,
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • its reality only when we see it against the background of the forces
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • Many present difficulties and much that is chaotic around us in our
    • surround and accompany us in this world of Ahrimanic spirits, and whom
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • earth in order to live on flat ground, among green things or upon
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • are spread out around us. Let us represent diagrammatically by means of
    • this line this world that is spread out around us (see horizontal line of
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • around the physical organism.
    • such which surrounds our earth, and say: it penetrates into our
    • connected with the whole surrounding world — is sustained from
    • the surrounding universe is possible only as the result of thorough
    • man and of how everything that is around us participates in our
    • understanding not only of his relation to the surrounding physical
    • stands on the ground — and no relation is found between the two.
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • falling asleep. We perceive the objects around us, reason about these
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • the fact that we can inwardly picture the world around us; we live in
    • one side, the thought content comes to us from the surrounding world
    • Not by taking in as many thoughts as possible from the surrounding
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • the spiritual background of existence. External natural science is
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • the surrounding universe. Moreover we know how this soul-constitution
    • the surrounding universe than does our waking life to-day. And the
    • eyes look out into universal space and see my spatial surroundings. In
    • knowledge of his surroundings, with developing impulses for his
    • out until it becomes a universe around us, until inner vision leads us
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • of his own being. They described how man feels the ground sink away
    • planets revolve round the sun, with the earth as a planet among the
    • the centre, and the sun and stars revolving round the earth. Man had,
    • feeling of standing on firm ground; he sees himself being hurled
    • the earth revolves round the sun as centre, while the sphere of the
    • time, and man has thereby detached himself from surrounding Nature. He
    • groundwork of our whole education and culture — one thing stands out
    • to a “new beholding.” Just as man perceives around him with
    • the Nature that is all around him. And at this point a fact of deep
    • losing the world for our ego-consciousness; of being so surrounded and
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • conscience or self-reproach streams up from the deep ground of the
    • with the surrounding world. Our antipathies really come from more
    • antipathies draw us away from the surrounding world; we isolate
    • through the world surrounding us. Darkness inclines in the direction
    • looking for the darkness that surrounds the Palladium, for an open
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • movement, the circling around. And the single planets in their revolutions are
    • at rest, it circles around in the cosmos. And the circling, the
    • recede into the background to enable Man to develop his freedom. Man
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • sense. And while you have an astral formation around the etheric and
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • without the many who live around him. Slender indeed are the roots
    • that bind man to physical existence, without the others around him.
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • animal organizes its life according to its natural surroundings.
    • enabled people to experience their natural surroundings so directly, largely
    • and the immediate setting or natural surroundings. That has to do with the
    • instinctively lived together with their natural surroundings and with the
    • vantage point of the world around him into his own inwardness, he had, in
    • was his experience of his earthly surroundings. Yet he felt that this world
    • only have around him the natural world, external to man, but his own being
    • pictorial consciousness in the world around, by ancient humanity, was also
    • as summer and autumn come round for the insect. This was a bridge to that
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • the physical nature that surrounds the human being in his earthly
    • in the flowing blood surrounds the foreign object. It gathers around
    • splinter. It could be that the nerve activity surrounding the
    • known about the human being's relationship to surrounding nature.
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • occur. These are the forces which round out the cells, which form the
    • plastically rounding force, and the other force which works linearly right
    • The rounding of the egg cell as such is brought about by the albuminizing
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • familiar with the general background of his anthroposophical
    • contemplate what surrounds us here in this physical existence upon
    • by Saturn. Saturn like a lonely recluse wanders slowly round the Sun,
    • directly; yet by a roundabout way — which we need not go into now —
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • the disciples that were around him, and that are not mentioned in the
    • course, that the people around them died. You will not think that I
    • such a way that this was not grounded in the wisdom of the gods, but
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • essence of the human being, appeared in the foreground. This was the
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • not the individual human personality, appeared in the foreground.
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • will appear in the Fifth Round for the whole of humanity, i.e., that
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • environment we know that only a small proportion of the beings around
    • mineral kingdom as we have it around us on the physical plane does not
    • there, always among us and around us, and the fact that they are not
    • one has as it were to turn right round, then you will have taken hold
    • round about us, like the air we breathe, there is a spiritual world,
    • the knowledge that the dead are round about us and that it is only we
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • out through their walls and enters the tissue surrounding the
    • perceive what happens around them. And this perceiving, this mental
    • other sense organs perceive what takes place in the world around
    • in the world around us? Well, you see, whenever we speak we are also
    • around considering only superficial things and ignore the inner
    • First of all, the brain of a young child is surrounded by a layer or
    • look at it. However, when you take out the brain matter surrounding
    • for the consonants are formed in the experience of the surroundings.
    • we get a certain picture. When we then turn the chair around and look
    • around and examine the southern firmament, our experience is entirely
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • sniff round things and encompass them with dialectics, but never
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • In a short time the whole way of feeling about this has turned round.
    • very young people who have not yet looked round in the world. Old
    • this clever, roundabout way, the Church could be expected to fade away
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • creating around him as it were a great aura. And into the waves that
    • it out all around you. When it comes back to you, it is not unchanged;
    • around him a spiritual atmosphere whereby he comes into contact with
    • reproduction in poetry of what actually goes on around Man in such an
    • hour of destiny. It is in fact always going on around Man, but it
    • to this turning-point around the ninth year.
    • and then we shall be able to call on the spiritual worlds around us to
    • that is happening spiritually around us.
    • that goes on around us in the way I have described. For until we
    • environment as surely as we know of the air and water around us. These
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • inner experience which arose when men looked at the world around them.
    • around them. When the Sun rises they see only the phenomena of light
    • The planet Saturn circles round the Sun and sends forces to the Earth.
    • time inasmuch as Saturn accomplishes its orbit around the Sun in a
    • thirty years. Saturn needs thirty years to complete its orbit around
    • complete its orbit around the Sun.
    • Around man live other creatures — and they too are not merely
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • around us in the world of the physical senses. On this basis we can
    • intelligible like the salt crystal, on the basis of what we see around
    • ‘foot’ in this case rests not on the earthly ground but on
    • upon the drum. Just as you touch and feel the ground with your feet,
    • formed. Coarsely you feel the ground with the sole of your foot, while
    • surrounding sphere, in the horizon of the Earth. Lastly we learn to
    • imitation for all things that surround us. Afterwards we have the same
    • an eye? The light is there around me in any case. The eye is only
    • there to see the light, and I have the light around me anyhow. It
    • the spiritual light will be around us anyhow.’ It is no wiser
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • must be led to look out into the world around them and into all its
    • When we do not have enough interest in the world around us, then we
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • spirit and the world soul spread out around you then as nature spreads out
    • around you today. Just as the mineral world, the plant world and the animal
    • world are around you now, so were the worlds of soul and of spirit once
    • around you. And what was then outside you, is now your soul; you have taken
    • into yourselves, made inward, what to begin with was outside and around
    • This has become your soul. The spirit, too, once spread out around you. And
    • what is now around you will become your inner life. You will take into
    • inner being; similarly the plant kingdom. What surrounds you in nature will
    • nature that surrounds us in the kingdoms of the minerals, plants and
    • around him; the teacher is there, the books are there, and so forth, but
    • out around us. As souls we spring from the world soul and when this world
    • soul was around us we drew it into ourselves. So too the spirit; and so too
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • look at it from within, looking around in every direction, we
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • name of Christ has no real place, is gaining ground more and more. I
    • supervenes and darkness spreads around the being of spirit and soul.
    • Let us now consider how one who stands on the ground of
    • hindrances around him — he has developed the preliminary
    • ‘Around me is a world of colours, sounds and the like, and this
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • which its melodies and tones can be heard. We are surrounded by worlds
    • of spirit, just as a blind man is surrounded by the world of colour
    • surrounding spiritual world that lies near us, we give the name of the
    • This ‘higher man’ surrounds the physical body like a halo and is much
    • atmosphere around us to-day. There was no division of water and the
    • Nature around them; the rippling brooks were not inarticulate but the
    • Man had built a ‘Ring’ around himself and the Ring changed
    • thence-forward surrounded them as the Rising of Egoism. This
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • been preserved. Altars were destroyed, temples burnt to the ground and
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • Archangeloi and Archai is active around us and works out forms for
    • always obtain other connections with the surrounding kingdoms,
    • body is connected with the earthly surroundings in a similar way
    • have in our soul’s background a knowledge that can only come
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • spiritual impulses our work must be grounded, only if what we do is
    • too, are shrines around the holiest secret of humanity, namely.
    • subject. Imagine a human being lying on the ground, in the act of
    • upwards from the ground in order that it may come within the sphere
    • ground and raising himself upright; then we picture him standing
    • before us as a self-contained whole, a self-grounded, independent
    • with the Spirits of the surrounding world, with the all-pervading
    • revealed to wisdom and to prayer, and the forms which surround the
    • can scarcely imagine anything more horrible than to be surrounded in
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • this doctrine fell more into the background, was outwardly less
    • foreground. In this third migration a group of Initiates went to the
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • mere heavenly body spreading light around, but a dwelling-place of
    • to the physical world around them. The physical environment was now
    • till man at length should only see around him a world of Nature, void
    • by the human heart. Around us is the world of Nature, but where is
    • forgotten Christ. They saw the world of Nature around them, and there
    • And the simple men who surrounded Jesus Christ as His
    • facts around them. They felt it not as Death. Only in later years, as
    • spiritual Freedom. These thoughts are in truth the only ground on
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • are round about him. As you will know, we have in the course of our
    • that is, an atmosphere is prepared around the Earth within which can
    • himself impelled to do under the influence of the world around him.
    • altogether. We need to look round for quite other methods to describe
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • concerned with all that surrounds and is connected with his life
    • this cosmic background the faculty of thought in its pure form began
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • our knowing by Imaginative perception all that surrounds us as the
    • relations to the beings that surround us. In the elemental world, in
    • the surrounding physical world. If it were not so, we should soon
    • borrowed from the surrounding world, into our feelings and
    • morass’, at the very ground of life. Such people, who are among
    • more slowly in the spiritual world as Saturn courses around the sun
    • more slowly than the Earth. Saturn runs its course around the Sun as
    • joined the system at a later time; moreover, they circle around in
    • ground a little in the world, so that those who lived later would
    • look out with your eyes in all directions of the surrounding sphere.
    • surrounding sphere; you feel that at a certain place there is
    • we shall rightly place ourselves into the vision from the surrounding
    • surrounding sphere, among all the beings whom we behold —
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • you know, the oldest generation of Gods was around Uranus and Gaea or
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • Fourth Epoch knew: when we look around us we see only the physical,
    • nonsense.) In the air spiritual events are taking place around
    • realize, they connected in a roundabout way with the sexual
  • Title: Lecture III: Ancient Myths
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    • directly experience the spiritual in his natural surroundings in
    • to be preserved and all sorts of secrets surrounded it. The time in
    • to look up to the great mysteries in his surroundings, then he must
    • investigate the primary forces of what goes on around them. And one
    • necessary for the future, what alone can round out and complete the
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • with the immediate surroundings. The fact of being symmetrical
    • elemental surroundings of earth withdraws, there appears the
    • intimate relation with the surrounding world of which we have spoken,
    • Aries-civilization formed a special relation to the surrounding world
    • he developed as a relation to the surrounding world through his
  • Title: Lecture V: Ancient Myths
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    • Movement if it broke out round one at the present day? What would one
    • likewise in 1828 he could see nothing around him. Thus he prophesied
    • all around us, so do super-sensible forces hold sway around us. The
    • often prophesies the future from coffee grounds and so on! But
  • Title: Lecture VI: Ancient Myths
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    • far more is man. But this physical structure that wanders round
    • children today into complete human beings, into all-round developed
    • complete all-round developed organism of soul and spirit, he must be
    • charming poetic picture which has developed round the Infant-Jesus.
  • Title: Lecture VII: Ancient Myths
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    • colour aura that sparkles round him. Now Professor Moritz Benedict,
    • this earthly soil, but this ground on which I stand, in which I shall
    • or consider what is going on around us, we find the same thing
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • physical life on Earth have to breathe, have to be surrounded with
    • in the daily round of life. From these Archai, the power flows to us,
  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • conveying much more than the opinions of those around him could
    • contemporaries around him. He himself relates — and I have
    • We see him growing beyond what those around him have to say, coming
    • around him in his youth. And we see how in the course of his Italian
    • plant-world around him when the word is as full of life as it was
    • new way of viewing the world around us. Those who imagine that the
  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • that the material world of sense is no longer around us ... it is no
    • more around us than it is in deep, dreamless, sleep ... but a world
    • around us as men of Earth as the product of higher, spiritual worlds,
    • around. I have already explained that thinking, even at the stage of
    • which causes the stone to fall to the ground, the stone in turn to be
    • the solving of the hard and heavy problems which surround him in
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • they had a firm ground under their feet and the facts resulting from
    • expressed this by saying: Some people are sitting around a table in
    • the fact that there are so and so many spirits sitting around the
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • stand upon a firm ground. It was something completely new in
    • nothing but a ball, a round head rolling along over the surface of
    • skin and observes what is round about him outside his skin. I would
  • Title: Lecture: Salt, Mercury, Sulphur
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    • cosmic background on the other. But Giordano Bruno fails to give an
    • surrounding him on earth.
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • it was a hypocrisy to paint a golden background, but for a
    • upon the earth, and He is surrounded by the world of the higher
  • Title: Lecture: Some Conditions for Understanding Supersensible Experiences
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    • forces proceeding from the dead also penetrate into what surrounds
    • experiences is this: the surrounding world presses in upon one, as if
    • objects around us; the sunlight makes them visible. In a similar way
    • the other senses become aware of surrounding objects. If I limit
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • whole man felt himself uplifted to the divine-spiritual ground
    • ground under his feet for the practical work of a minister that is
    • Anthroposophical Movement as something that gives it a sure ground
    • removal of the ground and backbone of the Movement for Religious
    • Renewal. If anyone who stands on the ground of the Movement for
    • Anthroposophical Movement, he removes the ground from under his own
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • know of a house, if we would only go round it outside, without ever
    • life, now surrounds us simultaneously, as if it were a panorama. Our
    • that we are now surrounded by something that is alive. Everything
    • lives in our surroundings and has been taken over by the world.
    • days in which we are surrounded by this life-tableau, by this etheric
  • Title: Lecture: Awakening to Community - I
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    • surrounding them in life today. In the early days of the Society,
    • practical situation prevailing in the life around them must be taken
    • the human world around him. He grows up, and as he does so he grows
    • surrounding population. It takes a deeply experienced inner revulsion
    • from the life around one, in other words, everything of an ethical,
    • anthroposophists have to keep on being part of the world around them
    • fiddling around where a firm will is what is really needed, one can
    • that is happening in the world around us, that will imbue us with the
    • enemies who will not meet us on objective ground. It is
    • background is in no position to carry on a debate about anthroposophy
  • Title: Lecture: Perceiving and Remembering
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    • you, how dependent man is today on the opinions that whirl around him —
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 1: Forgetting
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    • round beyond which they cannot go. Man's etheric body is different.
    • groundwork for his future form. The life in Devachan is always spent
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 2: Different Types of Illness
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    • hereditary ones, is to consider their whole surroundings, in so far
    • advise that he is sent to another natural surrounding, perhaps for
    • realise that everything around us in the wide world of the macrocosm
    • arising all around them in this sphere. Paracelsus, for instance, who
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 3: Original Sin
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    • kingdoms that are around us. Phenomena that doubtlessly belong to
    • enough to make the hands go round. In actual fact if we want to know
    • surroundings did not always contain these fructifying fluids, but
    • and so on. The nourishing foods imbibed from the surroundings by
    • surroundings. At a quite definite time in his life, which would
    • his surroundings vastly increased, you get an idea of how the man of
    • achieved in earlier times by the whole surrounding environment was
    • given up to his surroundings, and the surroundings entered into him
    • spiritual science that everything around us which influences us, be
    • to forget the spiritual background, and the influence of the spirit
    • himself off from his spiritual surroundings. The further we go back
    • influence that came from the surroundings. Human beings were really
    • beings hovering round them in their environment; images of the gods
    • surroundings, he now acquired something through the act of
    • medicaments has within him a phantom of all these minerals, a round
    • dozen of them. It is as though the physical body were surrounded by
    • around with him and has very little power over it. If a man who has
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    • around him and at another time he was more aware of his own inner
    • but man has become more free of the cosmic influences around him.
    • that in the course of a year the human being turns around as it were;
    • round the sun. Anyone who only looks at it superficially will think
    • of the spirit. The moon had to go round the earth because its
    • In very ancient times the earth did not revolve around its axis; this
    • made it revolve round it. The revolution of the earth is the result
    • conditions changed so that man was freed from the surrounding cosmic
    • see how everything that is physical around us is actually an outcome
    • now think of the astral body that accomplishes its round in the
    • dissociating its rhythm from the surrounding rhythms. In the far
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    • the objects of the physical sense world appear round you again. You
    • clock. The clock's hour hand goes round once whilst the minute hand,
    • in the same span of time, goes round twelve times. There you have the
    • Then the minute hand goes round one, and when it returns to the
    • etheric body has moved round a quarter of its cycle. So seven days
    • creatures. The orbiting of a planet around its sun or of a satellite
    • around its planet is by no means mere chance, nor is it unconnected
    • bodies revolve around one another. And if we could go into the
    • etheric body. The moon moves round its cycle in four times seven
    • this: When certain prophets go around today preaching ‘Back to
    • independent of outer rhythm. But we must not lose the ground from
    • he piles up a medley of thoughts around the fact. All our sciences
    • into spirit-man or atma. Now just think how much ground we have
    • At present he is acquiring what we can see to be the ground plan of
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    • incarnation, and the sheaths surrounding it, comprising the inherited
    • and happenings around him. Why does a person laugh? Someone
    • something in your surroundings or in yourself or others that is
    • ego above its surroundings, which otherwise expresses itself in
    • surrounding world all the time, then sorrow and joy will be real
    • he laughs. Indeed, in what goes on around us every day, we have, if
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    • in both our immediate and more distant surroundings upon which this
    • surroundings, because they look so similar. You can imagine such a
    • influence of the sun and the moon is strongest around the Equator,
    • the people living around the North Pole at that time were in the
    • souls, whilst the souls around the Equator were more individual
    • actually found them, the group souls around the North Pole. If they
    • Manu, gathered around him as being most capable of evolving. Those
    • between the little group of people Manu gathered round him and the
    • we see how man's outer surroundings work on his inner situation, and
    • the various parts of their nature, but run around waiting for the
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    • something to round off the many facts and views we have been studying
    • see the child's head surrounded by etheric and astral currents and
    • the child's development as an extra covering round the brain. But
    • wonderfully beautiful etheric body raying out all round in such a way
    • nothingness. That relationships in the surrounding world affect us in
    • experiences in the surrounding world, and feeling more than what is
    • facts of the world around him, which is in the widest sense the Holy
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    • true, genuine visions. Just as in physical life we are surrounded by
    • world we are surrounded by ‘Imaginations’ — which
    • the same way we are surrounded after death, figuratively speaking, by
    • a cloud of visions. Everything around us is vision; we ourselves are
    • Initiation that thoughts gather around us and stand there like
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    • around the Earth. Beings of various ranks are involved in the
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    • of how men will gradually develop consciousness of what surrounds
    • direct attention to the spiritual world that is round about them and
    • things of the world surrounding him. He knows very little indeed of
    • others remain in the background, surrounding us like a cosmic aura.
    • believe in the existence of this cosmic aura which surrounds us and
    • the world around us is changed.
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    • as if you could duplicate yourself, move around while leaving
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    • century gathered around him his faithful followers from all over the
    • Christian Rosenkreutz gathered around him those who had also been
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    • background — teachings that must be introduced today into the
    • of reincarnation and karma was left in the background not only in the
    • around which the cosmic Powers have placed the hard skull; the lobes
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    • this Winter we have prepared the ground in various ways in order to
    • living currents swirling around among human beings are usually
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    • around us with the ordinary organs of perception, with the organ of
    • nature around us owe their existence to a certain retardation in
    • have in the world around us, not the thoughts of the immediately
    • we direct hardly a gaze to the universe around us but look with all
    • And Seeming's changeful forms, around you flowing,
    • Egypto-Chaldean epoch men still beheld the spiritual around them,
    • mere liking on our part when we arrange surroundings such as those to
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    • concern ourselves only with what is around us in earthly existence
    • Anyone who is alert to his surroundings will find that
    • is hovering around them. But this is an experience, a feeling, of
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    • region of the Spiritland, man is surrounded by the spiritual
    • relationship, our unity, with the surrounding world, by observation.
    • We learn to say to it: ‘That which is here spread out around
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    • lectures culminate in the esoteric background to the Parsival story
    • put a circle round this Greek and Roman thought-world and make it an
    • a clairvoyant faculty in the background, then one feels truly
    • world where the ground of the rest of our being — the ground of
    • Then one can see also how in the surrounding world that one has come
    • not in vain, for as though deep in the background of spiritual life
    • the background. This awareness was passed on to others, and if we are
    • Gnosis — lies the ground of the world, and only in what
    • Why is this surrounding world, including the human
    • world”, such a soul might have said. “I am surrounded
    • of humanity? ... then, standing on the ground of Anthroposophy, we
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    • lectures culminate in the esoteric background to the Parsival story
    • the comprehensive, deeply-grounded wisdom, permeated throughout with
    • like to mention. It is the way that leads round at the beginning of
    • they are far removed from their immediate surroundings, far above
    • though she is turning round to grasp something from which secrets can
    • pictures should recede more and more into the background of the
    • And so on the ground of Spiritual Science we observe the
    • manifested on ground which (as we shall see tomorrow) had been
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    • lectures culminate in the esoteric background to the Parsival story
    • surroundings and at various points of time took up again their
    • surroundings of the Earth, and whose task it was to bring order into
    • willing, are coordinated from the surroundings of the Earth, for the
    • the Moon goes round the Earth. Hence I cannot say exactly that the
    • Jesus-Being while that Being was journeying round the planets. From
    • projections of the Beings who originated from the journey round the
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    • lectures culminate in the esoteric background to the Parsival story
    • from the site of the Castalian spring and coil round the neighbouring
    • guide the Moon round the Earth. In water-effects we encounter a
    • in the midst of forces pouring in on the Earth from the surrounding
    • which play into their souls from the elemental surroundings of the
    • prevails and gazes into the grounds of the Eternal — that is
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    • lectures culminate in the esoteric background to the Parsival story
    • disappears below ground and reappears later on. These forces were
    • exposed to the dangers that had surrounded his father. But we know
    • Lays weapons on the ground
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    • lectures culminate in the esoteric background to the Parsival story
    • stars receded in face of the elements which surround the Earth in the
    • establish themselves in the elements which surround the earth as its
    • Anthroposophy should mean to us — must be deeply grounded in
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    • forces, which seek in vain if we look around us today. For even if we
    • we learn to read what is in the surrounding cosmos and not
    • first, so directly) in our surrounding field of vision; external
    • Ego. But deep in the background of your being lies your invisible
    • today would be to study the laws at work in the sheaths surrounding
    • B.C. — in round numbers — or 600 B.C. to the birth of
    • established water as the original ground of things because he was of
    • that has nothing to do with the thought-symphony in the surrounding
    • to living Beings who surround us even though we are unaware of them.
    • cells containing ‘ego’ running around the middle of this
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    • circles around it.
    • slowly, very slowly, round his orbit, taking some 30 years. Jupiter
    • to speak, her lover. Whereas the Moon reflects the whole surrounding
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    • worlds that are spread out around us. We call the ‘elemental
    • on our own life in the world. We would go past the world around us
    • say, our soul's interest in the surrounding world which makes itself
    • of the surrounding, cosmic-elemental world.
    • cosmic counterpart is like a kind of sun, surrounded — as a
    • living in the physical world are not only woven around by the
    • around us, so are we related to the whole of the elemental world
    • food and with the air around us, so are we connected with that which
    • sleep when we have our astral body freely around us, and also in
    • take little notice of the true grounds of our loving and our hating
    • sincerity on the true ground of occultism — no one who is
    • is necessary for everyone who stands on the true ground of occultism
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    • the background of this general consciousness the yoga exercises
    • material world around us, the fact remains that what is investigated
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    • much as we would know of a house if we would only go round it
    • everything that occurred during our early life now surrounds us
    • We feel, above all, that we are now surrounded by
    • the external world: it lives in our surroundings and has been taken
    • what we experience during the days in which we are surrounded by
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    • perception of his surroundings, and thus he also forms concepts
    • we see that, after death, it forms part of our surrounding
    • left behind by the dead — is, in reality, always round about
    • us. Just so truly as we are living in the air which surrounds man
    • everywhere, just so truly are we, at the same time, surrounded by
    • surrounded by the air, so are we, in the same way, surrounded by what
    • spoken — that world which is always round about us, but which
    • which surrounds us. And we should always see it, if we could, so to
    • surrounded by a world in which the etheric bodies of the dead are
    • movement, do we fail to perceive this powerful weaving around us, of
    • turning around like a serpent. Imagine this projected objectively —
    • he would have to imagine the Serpent coiled around the Tree with a
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    • so — a détour or roundabout way, so that, after this sanctuary
    • Try to form an idea of beings, working around our earth,
    • directly surrounds him, for as a member of a people he is placed in
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    • ground, so to speak, but upon the last inhabitants of that territory.
    • ground and of what has been brought there by the migrations of the
    • of mountain and plain, in the contours of the ground and so on, in
    • and organize it. Therefore the ground is sought out, if it proves to
    • ground, there arises that which we meet with as the peculiar charm
    • rises above the ground? What is the work of the Archangel, how does
    • he work into the human beings who move about upon this ground and
    • ground, and did not work in conjunction with them in the etheric body
    • of strength with the Folk-spirits on the very ground upon which the
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    • truth, only that around that ‘ I ’ there is
    • around which again is gathered something that appears as a sort of
    • consciousness. That to them is a number of centers around which the
    • ground on which are the Spirits of Form, but who are really Spirits
    • Thus we arrive at the subsoil, so to say, at the ground
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    • through them soaring above the earth, around it.
    • surroundings. At a later epoch race began to assume the character of
    • as though evolution were only like a wheel that goes round and round
    • mankind. If one thinks of it as if everything moves round a fixed
    • way, how the subsoil, the ground, radiates its essence upwards and
    • then the ground upon which humanity develops, is very widely
    • youth looks around him, curious as to his surroundings, so does the
    • ground on which we stand, down to the formation of islands and
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    • other ground than that of Spiritual Science; for whatever we may hear
    • that piece of ground we see before us what in the first place
    • he is able to stand upon solid ground he owes to the circumstance
    • solid rocky ground of the Alps divides the Italian Peninsula in the
    • the configuration of our surroundings.
    • civilization on the earth. Then we also find around us the
    • From outside the Beings of the second hierarchy stream in, and around
    • of Will, who really carve the ground upon which we walk. Then we have
    • Nature which we call the strongest, the underground forces of Nature,
    • which live and weave around us in the ether, and in the first
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    • universe which surrounds our earth and together with it makes one
    • from its most occult background. In the Semites you have a
    • but in a roundabout way through all the other systems. Therefore in
    • ground upon which walk the conquerors of our country, the bones of my
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    • You may look round wherever you will in the world, and you will see
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    • out around him like a spiritual aroma, a spiritual aura. Thus there
    • humanity; so that they gazed out into their surroundings, into the
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    • it. In the astral world which was around them they had for a long
    • comprehend why Europe was the ground destined to bring this ‘ I ’
    • great world of Nature surrounding man; so that the Ahrimanic
    • proceed from entirely different grounds. The death of an animal does
    • we must therefore see the shape surrounding man, through his not
    • rounded outlines and therefore in a very plastic manner, and thus the
    • occult background of the Saga of the Twilight of the Gods.
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    • the ground of Spiritual Science that a comprehension can be found of
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    • expression of souls descending out of the spiritual surroundings, out
    • test. But this we may say, that nowhere has the ground been better
    • new human capacities, on the very ground on which bloomed the
    • Hoeder, of Freyr and Freya withdrew for a while into the background,
    • Anthroposophy, that seed would not be given on this ground to one
    • from his own standpoint and his own ground, — to contribute to
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    • then separated from the earth and now circles around it as its satellite. We
    • connection with the being of man, and with the kingdoms of Nature around him,
    • The earth will be surrounded — as it is now with
    • background of what is often said today by people who out of old traditions
    • still have some consciousness of these things and who then see fit to surround
    • written about the year 1780, and beginning: “Nature! We are surrounded and
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    • offered us by a Swiss friend, who had this ground at his disposal, and
    • midst of the universe, and that the sun and stars revolved round the
    • and others taught at that time, the ground under men's feet was made
    • surroundings, through developing the will in the manner described we
    • which revolves round the earth, but the earth revolves round the
    • ordinary surroundings, and he might then compare the two.
    • the reasons are to be found on the same ground from which the teaching
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    • up to its own environment, to the atmosphere surrounding it. It has
    • that is received from the surrounding atmosphere and continually
    • surrounds him, which he draws into himself but always gives out
    • needed all the year round, and who for this reason could not act or
    • no longer in living interchange with the atmosphere around her, man
    • in reality, that is, of the previous Summer. Only what surrounds
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    • called a science on the grounds that it is only the concatenation of
    • their purpose is to make us feel something of a world of soul. Around
    • of soul; they are set within the actual world around us; we should
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    • life, retire into a sanctum with the right surroundings and walls
    • own in spite of all the surrounding hubbub, and be able to find its
    • surrounding us in modern life. In nightly sleep, we sink into this
    • around in freedom and are no longer shackled to their allotted
    • result of the technical science in application around us. That is the
    • was man's relation to his surroundings different from what it is
    • the forms of the Building as the soul flows around them. The work of
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    • surrounded from childhood by the decadent forms of ancient Oriental
    • of the souls who were incarnated in Asia round about the time
    • in the background. The minds of children who are taught history in
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    • As a rule both envy and falsehood have occult backgrounds. Certain
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    • to the ground, so strong would have been the effect of the name
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    • ourselves change, and even the surrounding world which exists in
    • which surrounded us becomes a Being and we live within it. This
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    • And that is why so many lies have to find a camping-ground in the
    • spirituality, was grounded in falsehood. Men will have to be driven
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    • knowledge. It has achieved a very great deal on its own ground, and
    • out: with our physical eyes on our physical surroundings; and we find
    • that we are surrounded there by beings who never take on a physical
    • body, just as here in the physical world we have around us beings who
    • makes us feel at home in the physical nature of the world around. And
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    • people can only approach one another on far more impersonal grounds.
    • thought on religious grounds a fundamental condition for the
    • conditions demand rules and regulations. But on our own ground we
    • cultivating in an all-round way our powers of understanding and our
    • Spiritual science must be the centre around which all
    • elemental beings surrounding us; of the Hierarchies, Angels,
    • little company rallied round the spiritual-scientific conception of
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    • spiritual and psychical qualities into the world around them. This is
    • being as separate from the surrounding world. Suppose a man of that time
    • surrounding nature. He felt the elements of nature within himself. Today
    • world surrounded by nature. He felt carried back in memory to the time
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    • man beholds the spiritual in the physical things all around him, he
    • spectro-analysis. These sciences are the groundwork upon which he tries
    • make a man turn pale when they show him on what kind of moral groundwork
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    • were connected, after all, with the Moon and with its coursing round
    • surrounded in the heavenly spaces, first by the Moon and then by the
    • Furthermore, around
    • takes thirty years to revolve round the Sun, whereas the Moon with
    • round, in thirty years. Let us draw it thus
    • the transitory nature — that which surrounds the trees with
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    • on to the Earth from the surrounding Universe. They are aware, no
    • should never forget that a silicious ground — even if it be
    • realm of chaos is there, then the entire surrounding Universe begins
    • (in a vertical direction, not in the circling round) — the seed
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    • driven out, as it must be in the air we have around us. In the air of
    • surrounded by living air in which the living oxygen were present, we
    • should go about stunned and benumbed. The oxygen around us must be
    • which are allotted to it inasmuch as it surrounds the human being
    • outwardly, around the senses. As soon as it enters into us through
    • us, the oxygen is not the same as it is where it surrounds us
    • carrying the ether. And in the background we have the
    • surrounds us on all hands. As you know, we have around us only a
    • around him slightly poorer in nitrogen than it is in normal life. If
    • nature and the nitrogen that surrounds us. It will not do for the
    • nitrogen around us to be decreased. True, in a certain Sense it would
    • solid thing, separate from the surrounding Universe. If the Earth did
    • ourselves. We are united with our surroundings — we belong to
    • that are around us naturally belong to the whole human being. There
    • surrounding spaces, where the nitrogen is all around us. We keep it
    • around you. Such is the real process in meditation. All becomes
    • with all that is around us. It is not at all a bad thing if he who
    • wants to draw everything to itself. Down there in the ground it
    • everywhere around us;.moreover it rests in itself — it makes no
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    • remains at the merely herbaccous stage. A tree surrounds itself with
    • form of evolution — is gathered up around the plant so as to enclose
    • “hollowed upward” to surround the plant with its ethereal
    • that which constitutes the soil around it. It is simply untrue that
    • the plant, into the surrounding soil. For many plants there is absolutely
    • of the surrounding soil in which it is living.
    • are pressed back. Moreover, outside it the organic entity is surrounded
    • the earthy element with the astral, without going by the roundabout
    • with the surrounding world, inasmuch as it sends certain of its currents
    • and astral. Through the fact that it is outwardly surrounded by the
    • attract from the surrounding earth all that is ethereal and life-giving.
    • so that it now seethes round in the opposite direction.
    • manure but with quartz or silica or even orthorclase or feldspar, ground
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    • out of which the plant grows and which surrounds the roots, is in itself
    • to the rind or even the bark that surrounds the tree, enclosing the
    • all around the Earth — actively working, though in the finest
    • look around you. The indications of Spiritual Science invariably consider
    • where it grows wild in Nature. It should really grow around man's heart,
    • area around.
    • however, that are taking place around us all the time are as yet utterly
    • the surrounding forces by a similar treatment as in the other cases.
    • — immediately around it in the soil — to draw to itself
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    • there planets, but by the round-about way of the Earth) — these
    • on the other hand, in all that the plant derives from the surrounding
    • of the earth, while that which works from the surrounding sphere is
    • of the ground, and of the cosmic influence when it works from below
    • in the surrounding circle. Here therefore we have what makes the plant look
    • enough. There we need ideal that reckon with the surrounding sphere
    • surrounding sphere, to come right down into the Earth. Moreover,
    • and faint suggestions of reproductive forces are present all around
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    • around the plant-world during a certain reason of the year. Moreover,
    • another — the one root winding round the other, until it all become
    • For it is far more intimately related to the surrounding astrality.
    • Look at a plant growing directly out of the soil. True, it is hovered-around,
    • enshrouded in an astral cloud. Up there, however, round about the free,
    • around, the free makes the spiritual atmosphere inherently richer in
    • up above, a rich astrality arises all around the tree, the
    • possible for the insects to be. The insects fluttering around the parts
    • of the tree which are above the earth — fluttering around the
    • the astrality which sparkles and Sprays around the trees. We therefore,
    • surrounds the trees. So there came about a regular division of labour
    • insects and birds flutter around in the right way. The farmer himself
    • immediate vicinity but far and away around it (for these things work
    • for the surrounding farmlands — for the herbaceous and graminaceous
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    • a physical body and an ether-body, while up above it is hovered-around,
    • around it. Wherever it enters into definite connection with the astral
    • we should give them the opportunity to come into relation with the surrounding
    • we wish the processes to form themselves in this way, we must look around
    • to walk about on level ground or on a slope. Such animals, therefore,
    • of those around me — to be up and doing. I must be able to say
    • to my surrounding world: I have not the energy to spare for all this
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    • He sees the world that surrounds him. We may therefore say:
    • into the universe around him (see Table) and takes in the
    • thing, the gesture of looking around and activating the
    • its claws round its victim, thus encompassing it. This is
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    • on in the surrounding world, then what is experienced mystically streams into
    • the invisible and super-sensible forces of the surrounding world of that human
    • on historical grounds, if one is but ready to see the truth — but they
    • prepared the ground for the karma of our own time.
    • alone, but as one of the spiritual grounds of modern materialism — has
    • surrounds us spiritually and also for that whither we go when we pass through
    • And seeming's changeful forms, around you flowing,
    • And seeming's changeful forms, around you flowing,
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    • until the time of its second dentition around the seventh year. Far
    • still lived in a soul-spiritual world surrounded by soul-spiritual
    • death, we are surrounded by physical beings.
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    • eye. He then related how he once went around the corner in a strange
    • consciousness — the consciousness that we carry around with us
    • his gaze. The person would not be able to look around freely but
    • spiritual investigator when he feels as if the ground is gone from
    • man enters is always around us and that man is unaware of it in
    • perceive it. The spiritual world surrounds us always and is always
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    • evolution of modern humanity around the middle of the fifteenth
    • that made man feel a part of the natural world around him; but in
    • enough to copy the western nations, even though there were no grounds
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    • our ordinary waking consciousness, we think of the things round about
    • we grasp what is around us, not only as it is presented to our
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    • developed. Who is not convinced to-day, on the grounds of a belief in
    • then the world around us would appear quite different. An exceedingly
    • established on the ground of the scientific outlook of the day, and
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • very ancient times. Around him are the trees and fruits, everything
    • around him. Nature lives and works on, seethes and surges within him,
    • imbued with harmonious roundness and inner wholeness. This was
    • more modern times that this has fallen into the background. The man
    • earthly world around him. The spiritual fruits of the Earth arise in
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Mystery, Novalis, the Seer
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    • and the ground upon which we move, so, by overcoming earthly
    • around them was as though swathed in mist — not only
    • morning they saw everything around them in divine Nature
    • swathed in mist and surrounded by auric colours, and when
    • the forces surrounding us. Man was within the womb of divine
    • warmth that streams to us, all the forces in play around us
    • around you are all leaves that have sprung from the seeds of
    • around man something that will be akin to the blossom of a
    • proclaimed that in everything by which man is surrounded, in
    • the blossom as the new seed. What surrounds the seed will
  • Title: Lecture: Some Characteristics of To-day
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    • without grounds; they have good reason for this, namely: That man in
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • natural appearances, as they surround us in the world in which we
    • far as to serve as a support, at most a ground out of which thinking
    • the material events can be reduced can that gain ground in us which
    • surrounds us in the physical world, so through intuition one learns
    • permeated with minerality, and which is all around us. We see this,
    • pure moral ideas as that which arises from the ground of the other,
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha and Christ: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • surroundings well. And now I quietly go away; and I shall see, if I
    • surroundings — not by withholding justified criticisms, but by
  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • firm scientific ground when we enter into objects with what we have
    • we have the space world around us, so we should have around us a
    • of the space around us.
    • not only see spatial relationships in the world around us, but learn
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    • around, we cannot think that the grooves and twists of the shell
    • only if we can picture to ourselves how man lives on the earth, round
    • of the chest, we need what, in a sense, flows round the earth in the
    • revolves round the earth in the equatorial and zodiacal lines. Then
    • being and, to a certain extent, mould all the rest around the
  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • surrounding world, and he had a special motive for giving over his
    • around him by means of his sense-perceptions. What he sees, he orders
    • characterised by the fact that the seed-ground for cultural
    • The culture of the countries situated round the North Sea has
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • surrounded with sense-phenomena. We behold these phenomena spread
    • around us like a carpet or tapestry, and we apply our intellect to
    • round about him on the world, and uses the combining faculty of his
    • when all he sees around him will have ceased to be.
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    • human beings around him, die. You will not accuse me of comparing
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    • long as people still found real thoughts in the things around them.
    • background during the age of modern narrow-mindedness. Are modern
    • substance were spinning round in spirals.
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • in his physical body. The festival around St. John's day, which, is
    • consciousness that throughout the earth's round we are united, also
    • a deeply moving case here in Dornach, in the surroundings of our
    • historical background, for these events have never occurred. In
    • pity he will torture you, wind your intestines round his hand, tear
    • of the life now unfolding within and around us will be followed by
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    • Social Questions and their Spiritual Background,
    • way round.
  • Title: Lecture: Cosmogony, Freedom, Altruism
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    • Social Questions and their Spiritual Background.
    • ages had a groundwork for their civilisation, a groundwork
    • civilisation lacks the power to ground life upon a broad
    • revolves round him. When he does, then indeed egoistic motives
    • without the country round them. If history, as we have it,
    • round earth. We are never really willing to go to the root of
    • Phraseology of the Wilson type has been gaining ground in
    • new. But the New must be grounded, neither in a
    • grow into his immediate life and surroundings. This is only
  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • saw no longer the ordinary world of the physical plane around
    • which was physically there around him. There was an immense
    • physical plane which I have around me here is great, and the
    • around you there.
    • elements he is perpetually surrounded, only he does not know
    • circle; having felt himself at length not on the solid ground
    • his forest. Now he is really surrounded by all that is
    • his side, albeit he now has the physical forest around him.
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • carries around is the result of his cosmic experiences before
    • Moon moves round the Earth, it moves also round man's head.
    • course round the Earth the Moon travels through the Zodiac.
    • takes its course round the Earth, passing the constellations
    • that was perfectly round. The face is formed by the sunlight
    • the Earth and its surroundings. The difference between winter
    • we should be a round ball; were we not, as man of the
    • around us, the beauty underlying our head, appears in our
    • have circling round in us a continuous stream from the
    • force proceeding from the head tends to send the blood round
  • Title: Lecture: Yuletide and the Christmas Festival
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    • we can feel that the emblems of Christmas around us are
    • a past by no means far distant surrounded this most
    • materialism surrounding us today.
    • Egohood at all. The Ego looks into the surrounding world, is
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha
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    • would enable them to penetrate and understand the surrounding world
    • surrounding us. It is in this surrounding world that we must seek it.
    • that surrounded him in the world, to free himself from the links
    • surroundings of his royal home. Human misery and suffering —
    • to describe the world around him must be silenced; they do not and
    • that his vision and his actions have changed the world around him
    • I must find the way back to my Self. Then will the surrounding world
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    • for the particular characters of those around him, knowing that the
  • Title: Lecture: Speech and Song
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    • — not only what man bears in himself, but also what surrounds
    • piece of ground, and on it stands a man. The ground is most certainly
    • not the man, yet the ground must be there for the man to stand on.
    • that there is singing all around him, and that in every sound of the
    • the less are reality. Imagine here the Earth. Around it are the
    • around him, and retreating for a moment approaches once more the
  • Title: Lecture: Three Epochs in the Religious Education of Man
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    • being — faded gradually into the background. He began more and
  • Title: Lecture: Concerning Electricity
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    • were small suns, centres around which electricity accumulates; we
  • Title: Lecture: The Problem of Jesus and Christ in Earlier Times
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    • human hearts. Around the middle of the Middle Ages, we find that
    • all, don't innkeepers surround us on all sides? Wherever we go,
    • they surround us, yet we convince ourselves that we are shepherds.
  • Title: Lecture: On the Dimensions of Space
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    • the solid ground of our earth itself, and that out of what it finds there
    • in stone quarries or mining-operations, any breaking-up of the ground
    • present a different appearance from that of the ground on which we
    • investigate the ground as to the nature of its rock-formations and
    • covers the ground must originally have been dissolved in water or
    • material far away and deposit them in other parts. We see the ground
    • to myself: There you are resting directly on ground which reaches
    • condition, forming, as it were, a covering sheet all round the mighty
    • by the all-surrounding waters. So much, and so little more, do we
    • in the field of geology we remain on really safe ground (and no student
    • mineral base on which we walk surrounded by air with its fog and
    • now in the interior of the earth were still in the surroundings of
    • back, what is now the surrounding air does in effect take on the
    • something takes place in connection with the formation of the ground
    • ground formation of our earth is, so to speak, only the one stream,
    • ground, life of a different order could function – that life
    • thus at the development of the earth, we regard the firm ground on which
    • ejected to form the ground on which to walk. And what exists as its
    • standpoint of spiritual science, we move about on a ground in process
    • solid ground we need when we consider the blossoming forces which
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  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • everything which surrounds us and works upon our senses,
    • are atoms, and these atoms whirl round and round, and then — well
    • of the relationship existing between man and his surroundings. We are
    • consider this imaginative life which continually surrounds us in the
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 1: Introductory Lecture
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    • and we were able during this time to work on a ground upon which it
    • common ground of Theosophy that such things occur. For this reason it
    • prepare the ground presently to speak here upon Christian
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 2: The Inner Aspects of the Saturn-embodiment of the Earth
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    • only it is covered over and made invisible by what to-day surrounds
    • feel dread and fear of the infinite emptiness yawning around him. He
    • these apprehensive feelings. Next he loses not only the ground
    • Saturn. I am now describing the other way round, but it is of no
    • surrounded by nothing but what I have described. I have already said,
    • ‘we have it around us,’ we can only say, ‘it is
    • around us now, the only one we can speak of as being on ancient
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 3: The Inner Aspect of the Sun-embodiment of the Earth
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    • showering of grace around him, the shedding forth of grace from
    • vision is stimulated to shower the gifts of his grace around him.
    • Earth-existence; around Him are assembled those who now as
    • sacrifice, and around Him are gathered those who are to receive it
    • with those other around Him, I feel what the Spirits of Wisdom felt
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 4: The Inner Aspect of the Moon-embodiment of the Earth (Part 1)
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    • immortal Divine power. And this representation of Christ surrounded
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 5: The Inner Aspect of the Moon-embodiment of the Earth (Part 2)
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    • of those around him to throw the blame on the child, so as to have an
    • round so as to bring about a change in its conditions. Change of
    • faintly afresh in the background — and the Spirits of
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 6: The Inner Aspect of the Earth-embodiment of the Earth
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    • really vanish into a sort of nothingness? Is everything around us in
    • spread out around our earth there really lies the virtue of giving, a
    • nothing real in all the world of Maya around us, but that the reality
    • the other kingdoms surrounding us. We may ask: do minerals die? To
    • historical grounds, as the Mystery of Golgotha. Just think how easy
    • it is in comparison with this to work on historical ground if we wish
    • historical grounds! For it took place leaving hardly any trace
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 1: The Driving Force Behind Europe's War
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    • all around us, just as air and water, the stars, the sun and
    • the moon are all around us. When we are physically asleep we
    • physical world around us. We are asleep in exactly the same
    • idea of the world of the spirit that is all around us.
    • terrible events around us. Sadly, it has to be said that the
    • have a mysterious background, but if you consider some of the
    • coming for eighteen months. I have looked around a great deal
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 2: Humanity's Struggle for Morality
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    • physical world around them, the only ideal they can possibly
    • background of spiritual science is presented in a serious and
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 4: The Elemental Spirits of Birth and Death
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    • spiritual background to the physical world. If people are not
    • Mysteries, as you know, so that people in the surrounding
    • entities were present around them all the time, they would
    • once they know that the devil is all around them. Individuals
    • devil to be walking around in the street with horns and a
    • tail. Oh, but he does walk around! ‘They never know the
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 5: Changes in Humanity's Spiritual Make-up
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    • relationship to the world around us.
    • around them and we, too, perceive the world around us; there
    • the world around them, in so far as it is perceptible to the
    • which came to them out of the world they perceived around
    • red in the world around them told them the thoughts which
    • space immediately around them.
    • world which is all around them. Thus the impulses will not
    • environment in a different way. The space around us no longer
    • ‘fresh’, as it were. The world around us is one
    • around, and the soul is not entirely inside them. Why?
    • they could now walk around like Nietzsche's followers who called
    • around us and, above all, other human beings. One of the
    • world around them and on the fact that their bodies are being
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    • the space around you. It is not a vague ocean of thoughts,
    • around out there, which really are living entities, and the
    • the senses and drag around with us when in waking
    • our senses have perceived in the world around us. Our
    • that in our state of consciousness we walk around bearing
    • from the time of Saturn emerged against the background of the
    • world around them; as I said, they did not merely see
    • also perceived as in a dream all that happened around them in
    • not yet cut off from that surrounding world, and their own
    • the relationship with the surrounding elemental thought-world
    • if news were to get around — not in the old form but in a
    • beings related differently to the world around them than they
    • possible about the real world around us. It is, of course,
    • inner harmony between themselves and the true world around
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 7: Working from Spiritual Reality
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    • because they do not know the element which is always around
    • not believe in a devil with horns and tail walking around in
    • gain awareness of the factors which give the world around us
    • real knowledge of the things which are immediately around us,
    • we perceive around us with the senses. The illusion may be
    • were to feel the burden of their weight as I looked around
    • around us is deceiving us at every step. We fight our way
    • mainly depends on the fact that the world around us is full
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 8: Abstraction and Reality
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    • also provide the background to the forms we are now seeking
    • to me. You only need to look around you a little and you
    • sense for reality, for what really happens all around us, can
    • simply being ground to dust between the two, merely because West
    • good!’ — and float around in Cloud-cuckoo-land
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 9: The Battle between Michael and 'The Dragon'
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    • found if one knows the spiritual background. It has to be
    • and surround the earth, which will be a burnt-out corpse,
    • intention today to give you something of a background to much
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 10: The Influence of the Backward Angels
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    • the world around us to be real, whilst everything else is
    • of the world around us. If, on the other hand, we use
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 11: Recognizing the Inner Human Being
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    • Earth. The Moon moves around it; let us say this is the orbit
    • us merely consider the currents which move around the Earth
    • all the time. They move around it in all kinds of directions.
    • around them, and long stories about the Spirits leaping above
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 12: The Spirits of Light and the Spirits of Darkness
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    • recognize the phraseology that goes round the world today,
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    • theme, as this will provide a background for the evaluation
    • spiritual world form the background to these events. I have
    • still very young, and this will happen in a roundabout way
    • important elements which will be the background to events now
    • on a trend which will have to gain ground under the influence
    • gain ground if human beings are on their guard against the
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  • Title: Lecture: Calendar of the Soul
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    • of Nature around him on the physical plane, he takes to be reality.
    • Spiritual in the things around us do we truly know reality.
    • else that is revealed to us in surrounding nature is tantamount only
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    • 4:8 And other fell on good ground, and did yield fruit that sprang up and increased; and brought forth, some thirty, and some sixty, and some an hundred. \
    • may say: When we stand on the Earth in summer we have around us
    • around the stalk where the leaves are attached to it, we get a
    • spiral; it is as if the leaves made their way around the stalk in
    • leaves in spirals around the stalk. The stalk grows vertically and
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    • background of his anthroposophical teaching. He constantly emphasized
    • and weaving spirit in all beings surrounding us by proceeding from
    • at the same time — as it must be on the healthy ground of
    • spiritual science — we stand firm on the ground of natural
    • Theodor Fechner must already have experienced this idea when, around
    • place itself on the firm ground of natural science. One who
    • and sleeping in the organisms around us. It is simply that the earth
    • its being. Waking and sleeping move around spatially: the earth
    • over the whole planetary world around us. As incredible as it may
    • do well to turn the concepts around now. The earth's surrender
    • that the earth is surrounded not merely by the mineral air of the
    • spiritual entities that weave around the earth and have their organs
    • way around very well in this realm; this is still so today, for what
    • have come near, surround them with their tentacles so that they
    • the spirit in the plant forms the leaves, rounds them, and also leads
    • them to wind around the stem. And it was remarkable when a man who
    • Its own being's deepest ground!
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  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • soul-spiritual world rises up around our inner being. That part
    • with a world which always surrounds us, also in our ordinary
    • because of this, everything which surrounds us as we pass through
    • investigator entirely stands upon the ground of strictest
    • exceptions can be easily explained) stands upon the ground with
    • starry world surrounding the earth will decay; they will look
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • we are surrounded by many vegetable forms, by the animal forms,
    • just as we are surrounded by that which shines down upon us from
    • wide-awake impartiality the world round about us, and also that
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • difficult it is, even in the case of people well grounded in
    • designating things which ordinarily surround us, words which
    • which was round about us when we were outside the body, now
  • Title: Lecture: East and West in the Light of the Christmas Idea
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    • of the physical world which we perceive round about us through
    • physical-sensory world which surrounds man is not a reality, but
    • spiritual way in which man lived in his surroundings gradually
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    • what exists around the earth, may be perceived by the ordinary
    • earthly man is the living human being walking around, and to him
    • waking life on earth, we perceive the objects around us. Our
    • sense of smell he perceives objects around him through smell; but
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • are turned to the things which surround us in the world in which
    • experience it within us, but before or around us.
    • way say that man was surrounded only by a world of semblance. Of
    • spiritual background, spoke through this semblance. He perceived
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    • Nature is apparently spread out round about us; but this is only
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    • countless dead around us at this time. The atmosphere of sensation
    • and feeling around us is interwoven with infinite sorrow. Hate and
    • all its wonderful laws, and let us look at what surrounds us to-day.
    • Commingled with Him, surrounded by His sheath,
    • to it from that which is now going on around us, we shall try not to
    • our gaze on everything around us, desiring what is right for the
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Thought and the Secret of the Ego
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    • witnessed and must feel countless deaths around us in this
    • time. Infinite suffering weaves around our inner atmosphere of
    • the beginning of the Bible. Especially around the time of Christmas
    • the 1850's. He searched for them in the area around Pressburg, and
    • treasured as something especially sacred. When October came around,
    • mentions these thoughts with the background of looking at the world
    • blood is flowing now, how many deaths surround us, and he asks
    • all its wonderful laws. Consider everything that surrounds us
    • Mingling with it, surrounded by its sheaths.”
    • thought, we wish to attempt to see from what surrounds us not the
    • wish to hold it for the time surrounding Christmas, which can he a
    • everything surrounding us to want what is right for the progress of
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    • around us by the physical world. Both ways lead into the
    • surrounding Ormuzd. Zarathustra distinguished twelve orders of
    • receded into the background. Sometimes it was the mystical way of
    • must penetrate behind this veil of colour and sound around you. Shun
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    • the mysteries of the course of the planets round the Sun, I have
    • consciousness was limited to the physical world around and to ideas
    • expression for such ideas in the world surrounding physical existence
    • background and is at first not wholly manifest. Osiris and Isis are
    • the sheaths around his Isis-nature. He learnt to know Fire as it
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    • sting (drawing), and it crawls around lazily. Outwardly it appears to be
    • around, the chrysalis remains quite still, and the butterfly gaily
    • has been lit that all sorts of insects flutter around in the room, feel
    • cannot rise to the sun. Could it rise from the ground and fly to the
    • chrysalis you are really seeing pure sunlight spun around this earthly
    • where spun light surrounds the chrysalis, and naturally something
    • around the room at night and plunges into the flame. Its urge is indeed
    • flying around. We men have our ego inside, whereas that of the butterfly
    • surrounded by a flight of butterflies. If he failed to do so he would
    • the wrong way round.
    • doctor in charge. So they said: Will you be so kind as to take us round
    • round the cells explaining each case, saying: Here is a mental case who
    • had explained everything. He had led them around, but instead of leading
    • been conducted round by a complete lunatic.
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    • here on similar occasions. When a man is walking, the ground he walks on
    • is inside his skin; but without the support of the ground he could not
  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • however, we are on uncertain ground; and the fact is, no serious and
    • itself and yet feels itself surrounded on every hand by the sea and
    • differentiated world around us to a universal existence. The fact that
    • whole, and ask how the individual is rooted and grounded in the cosmos?
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    • ground; they comfort themselves with the knowledge that the time
    • show that Haeckel, standing on the ground he knows, is nothing
    • may object to the above exposition on the grounds that Natural
    • alive round his couch of repose spirits which he himself has
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    • to form a conception of what is around him or of what is
    • lifeless, into death, — that is to say, they surround
    • plant which can surround itself with bark, which can bear
    • surrounding the worm which is coming forth from it, and not
    • products: inorganic bark surrounds the tree.” In the
    • we have built around it, and which is in process of growing.
    • as it were, veils from him what is round about him. Just as
    • the surroundings many things which adults do not understand.
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    • ground, can then be left rooted in this place. This may still
    • which floats around him as his aura and is the expression of
    • feelings for the profundity of the world around us. All the
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • preconception that all that surrounds us in the world of
    • undefined “beyond” but surrounds us here and now
    • in exactly the same way as color and light phenomena surround
    • rule, perceive the spiritual facts and beings surrounding
    • opened; a new world surrounds him — a world that was
    • development, as does the worm from his lifeless surroundings.
    • him which urged him to seek a spiritual background behind all
    • surrounded and embraced by thee, unable to leave thee, and unable
    • penetrate all that surrounds us in the physical world —
    • those signs which surround him with the spiritual, and also
    • has introduced his Faust to the life that closely surrounds
    • surrounded by diverse spiritual beings in order to indicate
    • physical surrounding us in the sense world is Maya, illusion;
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    • surrounded by the three magic spirit-kings themselves, by
    • the Spirit-King Whom we see in the spirit surrounded by the
    • Around the wearied body; nor did I neglect
    • 'Twas just the season's round of Eos' feast,
    • Through airy spaces and this pole's long round;
    • In dense array around his mighty throne
    • Spear-bearers stand, their eyes cast on the ground.
    • Clasping around my knees, to conjure her
    • it is in the same night as it comes round again and again that
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    • are surrounded to-day. In those days, whatever auditorium you
    • his stand firmly on the ground upon which all the great minds
    • thought concerning the movements of the planets round the
    • round the Sun with incalculable rapidity. Such a conception
    • literally out the ground from under their feet. We cannot be
    • round the Sun?
    • revolved around it in circles or in ellipses, as Kepler
    • the fact that the world around us is nothing but illusion and
    • Giordano Bruno, birth is the assembling of many Monads round
    • have the things of Nature around us and thus have the shadow
    • Remained aloof and the great Universe Around His finger
    • wildly about and driving it round, but, as Spirit which
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    • indecision. He does not know why, and the people around him do
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    • around him without prejudice, and his outstanding ability made
    • gave him only as an instance of a man who looks around him with
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    • calling, the human being believes — and others around him
    • connection with all that is going on in the world around him
    • clarity; a man who clearly observed the life around him,
    • notably his own particular surroundings. I refer to John
    • around him in the present time. But he cannot make up his mind
    • everywhere prevail in our surroundings, and that a bond
    • now that we have surrounded Blavatsky with all the pictures
    • motives in the background, to present Goethe's Faust to
    • the background, and very peculiar ones at that, — to do
    • observe with attention what is going on around him, — to
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    • are standing on the true ground of Christianity. This Spiritual
    • themselves are standing on the ground of Christianity.
    • harm is done by talking round these matters in the most
    • happened that another World was there around them —
    • guided by the way the revolutions of the Planets round the Sun
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    • For that which constitutes the sheaths around the human
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    • the wreath of Roses?” And round the Cross he sees the
    • While light and silv'ry clouds, around it soaring,
    • But not a word surrounds the holy token,
    • around it among the doves. We are told still more. While his
    • little sister is lying in the cradle a viper winds itself round
    • etheric body, round which the astral body winds itself. He
    • They crowd around him, and their inmost being
    • The clinging reptile round her arm was rolled.
    • He sought the arrows scattered on the ground;
    • A cross-arched vault rose sternly from the ground,
    • Were like a pious chorus ranged around,
    • But Mark remains, surrounded by a few,
    • 'Mid brother-spheres, his ancient round:”
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    • disposal. We should not break new ground in this sphere if I did not
    • have already prepared the ground. We see the ego working with the
    • widely different Folk Spirits and yet they have some common ground of
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 2. Normal and abnormal Archangels and Time Spirits.
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    • embraces the ‘I’ as objective truth; but around this ‘I’
    • around which again is gathered something that appears as a kind of
    • centres or focal points round which the inner experiences of man are
    • we gain an insight into the spiritual background from which the
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 4. The Evolution of Races and Civilization.
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    • the ego-consciousness that would normally be his only around the age
    • to go through them in the spiritual spheres surrounding the Earth.
    • spiritual sphere surrounding the Earth and had incarnated only during
    • evolution. If one pictures evolution as a wheel, revolving round a
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 5. Manifestation of the Hierarchies in the Elements of Nature.
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    • forces alone were present, clearly man would not have solid ground
    • velocity into space. He owes his ability to stand on solid ground to
    • liquid water we see around us today, but the primal semi-fluid
    • who work from the surrounding Cosmos into the weaving light and into
    • the very ground under our feet. Then we have those forces which
    • cosmic forces which live and weave around us in the ether and in the
    • subordinate beings, are surrounded in the spiritual world by a number
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 6. The Five Root Races of Mankind.
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    • surrounds the Earth and together with the Earth forms a single whole,
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    • diffused around him like a spiritual aura. Thus he possessed a
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 9. Loki - Hodur and Baldur - Twilight of the Gods.
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    • picture. In the astral world around them they had long seen the ‘I’
    • speak of the relationship of the human ego to the surrounding
    • the phenomenal world surrounding man, so that the Ahrimanic influence
    • which surround us with the forces of darkness, i.e. that which is
    • Fenris Wolf represents the configuration surrounding man because he
    • occult background to the Saga of the Twilight of the Gods.
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    • already be anticipated in order to prepare the ground for future
    • ground of Spiritual Science can we comprehend Solovieff's
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 11. Nerthus, Freyja and Gerda.
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    • is no doubt that nowhere has the ground been better prepared to
    • background — to contribute to the common goal that which is
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    • interpretation of Nature. There seems little ground for this pride
    • attention to what was outside him, to what existed all around him,
    • in the world around me (a plant kingdom quite different from our
    • surrounding air, which rendered him in consequence softer, more
    • predominate, while the Eros forces fall into the background. We are
    • spiritual world he saw pictures of spiritual Beings. Man saw around
    • make it aware of the etheric wonders of Nature around it. It will
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    • again in what is all around us more than meets the eye of the
    • if out of the bosom of the surrounding universe; in looking at it we
    • things were gestures without and around us, gestures of the same
    • surroundings that you would like to taste yourself into those
    • surroundings ... imagine the experience transferred into the
    • around the pentagram.
    • a circle around the whole figure. I don't want to make the
    • the horizontally shaded triangles around the small pentagon), to the
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 4
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    • that it is closely bound up with all that is happening around us.
    • in the world around us our whole destiny, our happiness or
    • forces of Pluto around us in space. Just as the destiny of the ego is
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    • understood once more as Spiritual Science prepares the ground for it.
    • himself, united with the beings of the surrounding world, whom
    • and surrounded by its walls!’ The old clairvoyant man did not
    • ‘There is my house, I can walk round it, I can look at it from
    • produce.’ For all these reasons Greek mythology has good ground
    • beings, actually made the round journey to Arabia, Libya, Thrace and
    • concrete, macro-telluric element which surrounds the Earth like a
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    • which is nevertheless all around us; for this world is there behind
    • everything, it is all around us ... but it is covered over
    • by the world of our ego. There is a world around us which would fill
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    • of the world around them, they veiled what had to do with Dionysos
    • all around us and into the laws which govern it. But something
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    • surrounding our Earth, as a finer substance, and compare it with the
    • divine-spiritual Beings in the periphery who surrounded the spiritual
    • Beings working directly in Saturn, Sun and Moon just as air surrounds
    • evolutions. They are the gods who surround the world-sphere in the
    • gods who only hover around the Saturn, Sun and Moon evolutions. Hence
    • flitting around the first generation in the chemical and life-ether
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    • we have around us and which belong to the category of the ruminants
    • for the external astral substantialities which are always around us
    • around the head, quite near the skin of the head, has a thickening,
    • clairvoyant who clearly sees the aura round the head. The inner
    • characteristic of the brain, is retained and disposed around the
    • astral element which he had around him. If we want to understand
    • clairvoyantly upon what surounds men as their etheric or astral
    • of those higher etheric and astral auras which men bear around them,
    • represented what the human being carries around him supersensibly as
    • has to admit: ‘All that you see around you is only a very
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    • abundantly filled with soul-substance, so that the true grounds of
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of Raphael in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • he lived and all that was around him, to work upon us. While Raphael
    • Thus Raphael saw around
    • surrounded him in the town where he was studying under his master Pietro
    • around him in the physical world.
    • — a soul so different from the mood surrounding it in this town,
    • inwardly aloof from the outer life around it. And there arises before
    • around him in Rome when he entered into the outer service of the Popes!
    • the shadowy world of spirit and soul, surrounded in clouds which seem
    • in the foreground are here represented, makes us forget the rest of
    • surrounds this moment; it seems as though nothing could connect with
    • forms in all their objectivity and roundness could not have been created
    • “Anti-Christian” element around him. In Raphael there'll is a
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    • ground, in the case of a telegraphic apparatus, all we need is another
  • Title: Lecture: The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
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    • as the fate aid life of the present day humanity living around us. How
    • stand quite firmly on the ground of facts, of truth, of the attainable,
    • surrounds us, at the various animal forms; we look at the — in
    • at the basis of every individual race saw into the background of existence,
    • respect, cut off from the super-sensible background of existence. In
    • background of existence, see how, out of this background of existence those
    • around him. Hence modern clairvoyance proves to man the possibility
    • us in the conditions which surround humanity in its intimate life and
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture I: The Michael Imagination
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    • surroundings, he perceives the physical environment of the earth, and
    • which shine out around St. John's Day. Seen from other planets,
    • against Ahriman, as dragon-like he tries to coil round the shining
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    • This is a fact we must keep in the background of our minds. But just
    • Around it we
    • part of the atmosphere all round the Earth. Let us look at this
    • because the cosmos extends round it as a sphere on all sides. And
    • if we single out the air (dark red) which surrounds the Earth as its
    • that surrounds the Earth. For the air, it is of the utmost importance
    • the feeling that all our thoughts wished to take a rounded shape. In
    • garment has to be inwardly rounded, taking on the quicksilver
    • rounded cloud-shapes, tender and lovable, inwardly sheltered; and
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture III: The Easter Imagination
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    • are surrounded everywhere by the Jura limestone, and you will have
    • suppose that the bread he eats is merely corn, ground and baked. In
    • round the year. But in earlier times, even in the later Atlantean
    • for a presentation in the space surrounding it of the artistic
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    • background for the cosmic, light-filled deeds of Uriel, and a clear
    • impression that we must look around to find out what it signifies.
    • weaving around these silver-gleaming crystalline rays are shapes
    • Spirit-Father of everything around us. And now we behold the outcome
    • Trinity, which is really the St. John Imagination. The background of
    • this way, there would have to be an arched or vaulted background,
    • described. And against this background a living picture of the
    • longer sundered from the world around him, but placed within it,
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture V: The Working Together of the Four Archangels
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    • the growth of plants. In winter, after Uriel has made his way round
    • activity of Raphael travels round the Earth, as Uriel does. In terms
    • of the cosmos Uriel is the spirit of summer; he moves round the Earth
    • the spirit of spring, and in autumn, as he travels round the Earth,
    • as we come round again to spring, up
    • could not be a uniformly developing being all the year round.
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    • shining. The spectacle of the earth around us is quite
    • present everywhere outside and around the earth, had, with the
    • events which had transpired around the earthly body of Him with
    • in the background — was the picture of the Last Supper.
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    • planet. As mountains and rivers are around us here, so were the
    • planets of the solar system around the Sun-Hero during the time
    • astonished gaze of the people standing in wonder around Him to
    • Being, no longer stood in astonishment around Him but stood
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    • took place around Christ Jesus are not by any means all
    • among the learned scribes. Those around Jesus of Nazareth
    • displeasure to those around him. Between the twelfth and
    • similar. Many of those around Jesus spoke in this way of the
    • absorb all the knowledge possessed by the others around him.
    • though all the ground were swept from under his feet, and many
    • cult was very widespread in Western Asia and the regions round
    • Round about the age of twenty-four, a new and heavy experience
    • round about were in a state of dire misery, afflicted with all
    • infinite love for them flamed in his soul. The people around
    • the people around who believed that their god had returned to
    • who will be a Messiah! Therefore they looked around for souls
    • he perceived spirit-forms around them; at either side of these
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    • around him brought him deep sorrow. Added to this, in hours of
    • divine ground of existence, when everything in him was
    • among the humanity around us to-day there were any with ears
    • why the Egyptians have such flat feet? Because the ground there
    • ground while standing at the heathen altar, how he had heard
    • had fallen to the ground at the heathen altar. But at the same
    • kinsmen around him began to think that he had lost his senses.
    • and to begin with, he kept silence. He wandered around Nazareth
    • gathered together. In these disciples He had around Him people
    • around the Christ Being — and moreover the evidence, in
  • Title: Lecture: The (Four) Great Virtues
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    • nature around us is a world upon which we look back, we can look back
    • out into the world: in all that lives and works around us something
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 1: Natural Science
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    • What it comes to is this: taking our stand on the ground of
    • ultimately grounded on pain and suffering.
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    • if we look at the culture and civilization around us today, we
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    • fitted gently to touch external phenomena and surround them
    • together. In the last analysis, the life that surrounds us in
    • a replica of the spiritual world that surrounds us. With
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    • abstract thinking into the world around us: one that carries
    • inasmuch as we love, our relationship to the world around us is
    • the ego is repulsed. We feel surrounded on all sides by
    • intensified self into our surroundings. In this way the self
    • droplets separate off and continue to revolve round the main
    • immediate surroundings. But if we look out into space, we know
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    • of spirit and soul that surrounds us directly in our
    • by the adults round about.
    • is not disturbed, any more than a plant placed in the ground
    • on it by everything round about. The teacher thus has to set
    • by the need to stick close to the ground in technology so as to
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    • Starting from one or two features of the historical background,
    • background. This is because our present-day structures,
    • background and by spiritual investigations such as I have
    • although he may have kept himself in the background, the priest
    • to be pushed more and more into the background, whilst the
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    • — became the great social question round which countless
    • Waldorf School. I showed our visitor round personally, and
    • struggle of the present day: to enable what exists around us
    • that has its being around us will be fired once more.
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    • of people here. This also gives us the ground on which Europe
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    • When we consider the world around us from a social
    • underground, the democratic attitude I have described was
    • Modern jurists, it is true, soon lose sight of the ground when
    • democratic ground. Yet it will never be possible in this way to
    • article is something that changes with the surrounding
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    • ever. One who looks around just a little in the surrounding
    • situations immediately surrounding us. Our culture, with
    • charlatans and will have to witness the world collapsing around
    • out a great deal on what is right. What are people around us
    • pivots around the truths that are suitable for the human being,
    • surrounding world.
    • what is round about us, what we are most dependent on. Are we
    • that surround him. You can concede
    • in the future you want to have such circumstances around you,
    • feeling for the surrounding world, then the actual social is
    • with a population of 23,000, around 8,000 textile
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    • like an outer husk, built round those great buildings which
    • husks round modern Parliaments. Or we see architects,
    • heart and soul from Catholicism, build Gothic forms around what
  • Title: Goethe's Secret Revelation: Lecture I
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    • the proving ground for the Initiate. Eventually, we regain our innocence
    • firm ground of Goethean world-conception, and so we see a
    • sitting round a mountain, and painting it from different
    • and turned round, you saw the fourth table painted on the fourth
    • never really knew what there was in the underground caves. Now she
    • Everything, indeed, that surrounds her is highly indicative,
    • which works only on the ground like human research, human reason,
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    • the proving ground for the Initiate. Eventually, we regain our innocence
    • and look only at people as they are around us; and then turn our eyes
    • of the laws of the world around us and compare it with what an
    • the world around him. Goethe stood completely and all his life long,
    • that he who believes himself able to stand on the firm ground of
    • grounds would you then establish the purely objective observation of
    • and will. But the man who stands on the ground of initiation is also
    • If a man takes his stand on the ground of spiritual science,
    • development. He stood firmly on the ground of the principle of
    • And the plants and other things round her are also lit up because she
    • something valuable in so far as she illumines the objects round about her.
    • capable of leading to and interpreting the realities round him, so
    • round him by means of his ideas.
    • objects round him. The day before yesterday special importance was
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    • the proving ground for the Initiate. Eventually, we regain our innocence
    • opened, so that he can see into the surrounding spiritual world.
    • between the good and evil powers around man. Man is thus placed in
    • wound round in a circle, beneath which another dragon had fixed
    • these ideas and the living existence lying around us, or any
    • surroundings. Then the magic word, which if rightly applied can
    • brought up amid classical surroundings and those who had not. He
    • the good and evil spirits and see men on their battle ground. And
    •  'Mid brother-spheres, his ancient round:
    • spiritual world and finds the spiritual choir around him ...
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    • the proving ground for the Initiate. Eventually, we regain our innocence
    • restless, endeavouring to sleep,’ surrounded by spiritual
    •  'Mid brother-spheres, his ancient round:
    • After the spiritual beings which surrounded him had been
    •  Colour on colour from the background cleareth,
    •  And all around a Paradise appeareth.’
    • I, originating, in short, in Mephistopheles. Man is surrounded by
    • objects round one in sharp contours, outlined in space, and the
    • objects round you becoming misty, losing their contours,
    • making a particular triangle round itself. The soul goes through
    • Now Faust brings up the ‘glowing tripod,’ round
    • happens around him which as it were clambers from the
    • spiritual spheres, gradually surrounds itself with the soul which
    • covering round itself in accordance with the laws of the
    • ‘soul’ around the spirit, and often called by us the
    • body is formed by degrees round him. Finally comes the moment of
    • we see around us, which the ordinary abstractionist describes only
    • rising ground, in which lives an old couple, Philemon and Baucis.
    • in his soul. What he could do with this rising ground! He could
    • darker all round. Now his soul feels the last remnant of egoism
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    • surrounding the Earth as air permeated by the Sun's warmth and
    • and around the Earth, into connection with the opening
    • surrounding atmosphere that is open to the Sun.’
    • merely conscious as we are of thoughts lying around, so to
    • surrounded by memorials which recalled to them what they had
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    • surrounded by woods, rivers and mountains; or, if he lives in
    • stream of evolution. To an Oriental, the world around him which
    • of a Cosmos conceived as a unity. Man had around him what is
    • contained in the three kingdoms of nature, he had around him
    • this physical realm is the body of a spiritual realm. Around me
    • was round about them. They knew where the lowest heaven
    • the man of the present time from regarding all he sees around
    • to his fellow man and also to the world around him. Certain
    • possessed of full powers of reflection, needed around it, so to
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    • upon the kingdoms of the Earth that were round about him
    • its surface and surrounded by a sphere of air containing oxygen
    • what surrounds the Earth to-day as atmosphere was not as it now
    • is; surrounding the Earth, in the place where the atmosphere is
    • from the surrounding Cosmos. And thus in the silicic acid
    • around 500 B.C. and deposited his chief work
    • around him on the Earth, but with that too which extends
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    • which man attributes being on the ground of his
    • fundamentally, everything which surrounds us in the world of
    • however: we must lose the very ground from under our feet. For
    • inwardly hollow; the surface that surrounded the hollow
    • once the volatile, fluid element, the albumen which surrounded
    • Spiritual from the men around them; for although they cannot be
    • the Air; and the whole permeated and surrounded with Fire. But
    • so all that is around us in space as dead world — so ran
    • being in the world around him live also within the human being
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    • to this conclusion: All around me I see displayed on every side
    • present when man took cognisance of the physical world around
    • treacherously burnt to the ground. It was gone, never to
    • Western humanity unless we can see it on this background. For
    • have to see standing in the background the mighty Mystery
    • the foreground Ephesus, preserving still within its Mystery
    • Mystery centres, and in the foreground Ephesus and her pupils
    • then we see gradually rise up in the foreground the Roman
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    • behold at the same time in the background that other
    • background and one in the foreground of our thought, we
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    • ground. We say, the stone is heavy, it is attracted by the
    • In short, when we look around in the world, we find all about
    • world around him. In the days when men pondered and meditated
    • of the whole macrocosm. All around is the great world; and in
    • physical body of man has in itself no ground for telling
    • the relationship of the human being to the surrounding kingdoms
    • surrounded by a certain condition of warmth, but that external
    • is all around you as external warmth. This warmth can but act
    • warmth of the fire, which can spread out all around quite
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    • has around him groups of human souls in the state of sleep,
    • For the Christ-Will in the encircling Round holds sway
    • Which from the ground of the Eternal
    • Then from the ground of the Spirit in Man
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    • that one which unites him as earth-man with the surrounding
    • world around it is still, but when the soul feels that the
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    • have external nature around him, but would immediately feel in
    • reflection. To say that this fleshly form we carry round with us is
    • All that we see round us with our eyes, or that
    • we hear with our ears, all that we perceive around us with all our
    • to believe that the atoms and forces around us are the eternal.
    • To-day a man may think that, with reference to the world around
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    • the Earth-spirit in connection with what surrounds us as our
    • when we consider the whole manner in which the surroundings
    • waves around the earth as earthly thinking, just as in
    • this ground; when this budding, sprouting life of summer when
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    • the unity which surrounds us in the ordinary world, does not
    • that something wonderful takes place around you in the most
    • floating around on the surface of the unlimited ocean of
    • Ahriman; and because they have spread a cloud of fear around
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    • that surrounds us. Apathy separates us from the world, while
    • human around us and so we shall not go through the world
    • around us now in the fifth post-Atlantean age, we see that,
    • themselves hidden in the background — so also in human
    • the first - around whom humanity in its multiplicity has
    • round the Christ and may be compared with the astral body of
    • impulses around it like a covering, they shall then lay the
    • described, they shall build up a covering round the
    • Christ-impulse, so that around this Being there shall be
    • formed something which is like a covering around a
  • Title: Karma of Vocation: Lecture I
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    • today take for granted did not exist around him. After all, he
    • cultured world surrounding Goethe. People had become bound, as
    • the second half of the eighteenth century. It also surrounded
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    • wisdom merely in our heads; wisdom surrounds us everywhere like
    • surrounded not only by air and light but also by governing
    • in ordinary, normal life to what is going on around him. It
    • occurs with what is going on in our surroundings. But it is
    • consciously than other men into the surrounding wisdom-filled
    • experiencing a spiritual symbiosis with the surrounding
    • an inner spiritual world in sleep, but in a surrounding
    • state of being one with the surrounding spiritual world is more
    • with the surrounding world during your daytime life. The latter
    • being and the surrounding world if we could awake just to the
    • that men are continually spinning around the world.
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    • around a little in a university because that's the thing to do,
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    • active in it — or we had better say around it — that are
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    • involved problems, we must frequently take roundabout paths in
    • also was brought around — at least, to such an extent that
    • but rather look around ourselves. Let me express figuratively
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    • certain justification and as one who sees much that is around
    • since we have surrounded Blavatsky with all those pictures that
    • stage. It does not require a national background to present
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    • we become ugly through everything that surrounds us — streets,
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    • of the idea of nationality. This idea is grounded in an
    • combination of sounds, a different world surrounded the human
    • the planets around the sun. He had actually brought down and
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    • formed, revolving in its orbit around the sun, but it was provided
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    • around the sun, and there are innumerable other fixed stars
    • dear friends, that of all that is extended around you as what
    • you can look upon with your senses, what surrounds you in the
    • and such a thing: This facile looking around for support in
    • for: we should stand on the firm ground that spiritual
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    • the other way round with the extremities man. You cannot here
    • place. They go around outside, they come into relation with
    • gets as far as knowing what is around it — beneath this
    • having receded so completely into the background as it did in
    • will draw diagrammatically what lies around us outside as
    • the sun round the earth or the earth round the sun is
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    • appear to us as these shadow figures of ours that go around,
    • grounds for opposing these ethical philosophers were any more
    • forward apparently good logical grounds; for when these
  • Title: Threefold Order II: Lecture 1: Influence of the human will upon the course of economic life
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    • falls of necessity to the ground, so these human beings are
    • should happen, that at 50 years old you came to look round
    • or Wages really fade into the background, then one has a
    • ground, we can not possibly find our way out of the
    • gains ground, under which unnecessary work more or less
    • grave, but passed over beyond death; and round this one
  • Title: Threefold Order II: Lecture 2: On Propaganda of the Threefold Social Order
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    • classes simply on common-sense grounds; and all that was
    • inner grounds, can only now be maintained in place by
    • always try to be over-clever and always want to twist round
    • parties. Our business today, is to stand firm upon the ground
    • same old tinkering round and round, always with a respectful
    • eye on existing conditions. All this roundabout talk leads
    • to take our stand on the firm ground of the Threefold idea,
    • and other strange ‘fellows’ in life, — dancing around,
    • altogether off Threefold ground. For it would after all, you
    • of a political State, which is strictly democratic ground,
    • road-sweeper needs the gentleman. For, in the background, we
    • eyes round from skewness to straightness, but to very
    • ground of a new spiritual life, and that we need something
    • that this Threefold Movement takes its stand on the ground,
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture I: Free Will, Immortality
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    • a world that otherwise we do not have around us. This is the
    • around us, just as there is a physical world around us which we
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture II: The Historical Evolution of Humanity
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    • to form judgments about what is going on around us. In such
    • around the middle of the 15th century. He believes that the
    • mentioned — that a new age arose out of the old around
    • This is superseded around the middle of the 15th century, and
    • comprehend what begins to happen around the middle of the 15th
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    • forgetfulness so far as his surroundings and various
    • person who has an open heart and mind for what surrounds him in
    • the world rises as if out of the ground, the earth, of the pain
    • not at first fit to live in purely spiritual surroundings, is
    • surrounded in the physical world by physical beings that are of
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    • world of soul and spirit which always surrounds us, and which
    • build, paint or carve, in order to provide a surrounding for
    • should work in an artistic way as the surrounding; everything
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    • the scientific outlook began to believe (around the middle of
    • immediate surroundings of our ordinary consciousness. And
    • looking at the things that surround us, and at the events that
    • happen around us in the world, I will make use of a comparison
    • fathom the actual nature of the things that surround us
    • spiritual world that surrounds us, surrounds us in the
    • their predecessors done around the turn of the 18th to the 19th
    • the physical body and move around in. This man in us can make
    • underground telephone connection with the unconscious spiritual
    • around us. We live together with spiritual beings, spiritual
    • the slightest grounds for turning against such ideas as
    • such a narrow view like the one prevalent around the middle of
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    • Social Questions and their Spiritual Background,
    • Social Questions and their Spiritual Background,
    • each person whom I conduct round the Goetheanum, that if I
    • should be taken with the corresponding background, and one
  • Title: The Real Being of Man
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    • stony mass surrounded by an atmosphere, that fundamentally is
    • surrounds us so radiantly, is the revelation of the Luciferic
    • and death we develop too strong inclination on what surrounds
    • surrounded by air — that is not the Earth; and what
    • surrounds us as the Milky Way and Suns, is not the Cosmos.
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    • culture, must, however, take stand on the same ground as
    • physical being has slowly been losing ground. His bodily
    • of the kind we can observe around us, they should be of the
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    • journey, which is not the same as a tour around the
    • upon our relation to the surrounding world in a much more
    • possible to look upon our relation to the surrounding world
    • see in our surroundings the activities of spiritual beings,
    • when we reach a certain age; we have no longer the round
    • to be really “all round”. Now how did this man
    • When the evening for this particular lecture came round, this
  • Title: Man and Nature: Intellect in Man and Nature Bereft of the Gods
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    • that surrounds us in the mineral and plant kingdoms, and to a
    • within it. The world that surrounds us, is a world of the
    • man who felt most deeply of all that the Nature surrounding
    • The Nature by which man is now surrounded will pass away, and
    • thought, namely, that Nature around is transient and
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    • mysteries really are in the nature that surrounds us.
    • mysteries in nature around us, when spoken of, may perhaps
    • head. And the human head is something which in a rounded and
  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • with two feet on the ground, of grasping objects and so
    • if around Aphrodite, as she rises over the surface of the
    • balance of the surrounding world. A most intense experience
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    • that surrounds us. Apathy separates us from the world, while
    • human around us and so we shall not go through the world
    • around us now in the fifth post-Atlantean age, we see that,
    • themselves hidden in the background — so also in human
    • the first - around whom humanity in its multiplicity has
    • round the Christ and may be compared with the astral body of
    • impulses around it like a covering, they shall then lay the
    • described, they shall build up a covering round the
    • Christ-impulse, so that around this Being there shall be
    • formed something which is like a covering around a
  • Title: Christianity in the Evolutionary Course of Modern Mankind
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    • world which surrounds us in the physical, sense-perceptible
    • surrounded Him as His followers, the Apostles, he
  • Title: Eternal Soul of Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • stand on the same ground as the accustomed scientific views
    • What we are as human beings as we go around
    • forest. We can say: all around is silence. With the environment
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: The Significance of Supersensible Knowledge Today
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    • happening all around them. Theosophy endeavors to be fully
    • that are streaming into our world all around us, this
    • had allowed everything that those around her experienced of
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture II: Blood is a Very Special Fluid
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    • research confirms that everything that surrounds us in the
    • Spiritual science maintains that what thus surrounds us can
    • background of blood is understood, it will be recognized that
    • surrounding lifeless mineral world. In addition, they have a
    • within the whole surrounding nature.) No single entity could
    • the cosmic processes it mirrors. The surrounding cosmic world
    • person's whole surrounding world in which he acted came to
    • expression in the blood; consequently, this surrounding world
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture III: The Origin of Suffering
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    • seen the other way round. What to physical appearance seems
    • again. Spirit has flowed into everything that surrounds us as
    • connection between pain and the conscious spirit around us is
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    • not only selfless love for the surrounding world, but also
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VI: Education in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • the physical and ether bodies and surrounds humans like a
    • that surrounds the earth.
    • thrive only when surrounded by all the beings of the
    • so is it surrounded after birth by spiritual sheaths related
    • Meanwhile the astral body is still surrounded by its
    • develops, and an independent relation to the surrounding
    • the organs, it is of utmost importance that what surrounds
    • the example. What the child sees, what happens around him, he
    • child is surrounded by pain and sorrow or happiness and joy.
    • towards illness. Everything that surrounds the child should
    • from having in its surroundings rather sombre, bluish,
    • People around
    • later still surrounds and protects the child must also be
    • around him, even if not expressed. Here a person cannot
    • innermost recesses of their hearts, those around the child
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    • the surrounding world of nature. Let us look at what takes
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VII: Education and Spiritual Science
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    • something of the power and glory that surrounded the early
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VIII: Insanity in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • on around him — belong to this category. The ether body
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    • events around us every day.
    • active in our eyes. We would be surrounded by perpetual
    • is surrounded by people full of compassion, but without
    • surrounded by wisdom because wise beings created the world.
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    • This we must keep in mind and see as background to today's
    • its dependence on what surrounded it when clothed in a
    • because the embryo is completely protected by the surrounding
    • yet, even less the astral body; they are still surrounded by
    • on or exists around him. It is this activity of imitation
    • the astral body is still surrounded by its astral sheath, as
    • did the physical organs while still surrounded by the
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XI: Who are the Rosicrucians?
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    • knowledge of the true background of Rosicrucianism, who picks
    • is available, one does not walk round the mountain for
    • the pupil is not to lose the ground under his feet at the
    • is all too easy to lose the ground under one's feet. But what
    • roots are sunk into the ground, pointing towards the centre
    • of everything around us, it would prove to be like an extract
    • nature. When we look at the world around us we can say: What
    • around us. A person who learns under certain conditions to
    • the head was formed from the surrounding world. Thus, one
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XII: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • everything that surrounded us, and it finally celebrated a
    • mist. The sun was not seen as we see it, but surrounded by
    • around man's “I,” the individual too is taken
    • human beings knew of the whole surrounding world. The dream
    • background of the momentous upheavals taking place all over
    • person's name was of no importance, family background of no
    • background was what mattered; they must have the
    • world-historical background and significance. And we must
    • into the Background. They came to the fore once more near the
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    • substances that surround us; likewise our inner being comes
    • whose spiritual eyes are opened sees around him a new world.
    • attained insight into the spiritual world around him. The
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    • those who – like the hard ground in the Gospel parable –
    • powers which are brought from the most profound cosmic ground and the
    • we look around in the world today we
    • around which the thing itself will develop.
    • years”. The many complaining letters revolving around this
    • around Hermann Linde. Dr. Steiner had drafted the motives for the
    • spiritual stream around Goethe and Schiller to flow again into
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    • thoughts about surrounding objects. Yet it would be wrong to
    • awakening, but his surrounding natural conditions no longer
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    • every human being was surrounded by Buddhi, but it remained
    • great deal of what lived in the surroundings of man. They had
    • (at the LAST SUPPER the juice of grapes was passed round, not
    • grouped themselves around him, and the scene arose which was
    • surrounded by his soul-forces, he says to himself: These are
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    • our path or of many other things in our surroundings
    • at this time of the year, approximately around New Year's Eve.
    • surrounding world not only in the way in which it appears to
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    • does it mean: man sees the surrounding world? If, for once, we look
    • what, in him, has the surrounding an effect?
    • comes about from seeing the surrounding. Yet it is not so. We do have,
    • rhythms which makes everything round, because it runs off faster and
    • therefore rounds off everything; it does not make things rigid, but
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    • receive from our surroundings, as it is as light. But also the foodstuff
    • in regard to what they are in our surrounding outside. The foodstuffs
    • outer surrounding, from the animal kingdom. But by eating it man drives
    • the ether body and fly around on earth as such angels. But since the
    • in order that the organs get contours, that they are rounded. By the
    • the kidney (diagram 1, yellow) while what happens in the rounding forces,
    • I should say if I may use this comparison again, the rounding forces
    • forth from the kidney-system (as mentioned before, the rounding forces
    • the rounding off, the crystalising activity — I would like to
    • (diagram, red). If you succeed in getting a radiation into and around
    • You see, around the turn
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    • occur around the turn of the 19th and 20th century — the time
    • One can do this by bringing him into connection with the surrounding
    • surroundings. One has to heal him in bringing him into the right relationship
    • around the Goetheanum in autumn. We judge in a philistine way: the meadow
    • around us, as far as it is plant-world, has to become aglow in the most
    • the head the rounding off is done (diagram 3) so that continuously
    • we have around us the dead light we can bring the Christ in us to life.
    • on earth around us — we will carry life into the dead light, we
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture I: The Past Shows Us a Picture of Necessity
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    • given you the groundwork to get to the bottom of this strange
    • background spiritual science can give will enable you to
    • go out into the open and, although the moon is always a round
    • centuries, until it had to recede into the background for a
    • to get lost at a time when a sense had to gain ground that
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    • progress when we are really just going round in circles. We do
    • not notice we are going round in circles until we realize we
    • nature. Stones did not yet fall to the ground. Dense physical
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    • letters. He does the same round every day. I expect you will
    • his round. He gets up in good time every morning, joins the
    • postman and takes part in all the details of the round for a
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • direct perception of the aura around the eyes. It was
    • the light aura surrounding the seed. And in the case of
    • muscles round his eyes in a particular way, then what lives in
    • is bound up with what we see around us. People will begin to be
    • path that an auric element surrounds and interpenetrates the
    • plays around with the nonexistence of the will. For he says,
    • given ideas they cannot fully grasp and that surround them with
    • which is supposed to provide a world view grounded in natural
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    • without ground, real actual ground, under their feet, with
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    • roundness, it's spherical form. So he who as a German calls
    • Furche (furrow) we make in walking over the ground;
    • ground: something quite different! The significance of words
    • describe the same things from different backgrounds is the
    • roundness. When the same word is used in a Latin language he
    • when one describes a foot by being sent on the ground, or by
    • whether by the word Kopf something round, that is
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • on insufficient grounds, and so on. It is also extraordinarily easy
    • the ground of spiritual Science.
    • grips with them — like the famous Chinaman who wanting to turn round
    • had a certain sense also for their surroundings. If we take the conceptions
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture II: St. John of the Cross
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    • how man, just by standing on the ground of Spiritual Science, can be
    • world ground him just as rhynical men with his physical senses, sees
    • around him a physical world. This is familiar even among those who believe
    • they are standing on the firm ground of Christian belief dictated by
    • to reckon that the men around St. John of the Cross were not soaked
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    • perceives or is outwardly active in his willing is really surrounded
    • fellow men. He is not surrounded by the real beings into whom he must,
    • the surrounding world in the mineral kingdom, plant kingdom, animal
    • kingdom and in his own human kingdom. This is what is visible around
    • in man's surroundings, a real insight, can only be gained when the matter
    • the power to go around, to move about at will like the animals—now
    • there wandering round our earth animals that on dying left plantlike
    • position of man where his relation to nature around him is concerned.
    • your feet on the ground. And this pressure of your feet against the
    • ground gives you the feeling, akin to the will, but watered-down will,
    • of atavistic clairvoyance. In future we shall have to base life on grounds
    • indeed in our learning to judge afresh the surrounding world and our
    • sphere, so largely around us today, two standpoints can be put forward
    • if greater attention is not paid to the deeper grounds out of which
    • inner ground I learn from the spiritual world. These men do quite useful
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    • and they would like to get round this need for sound human understanding
    • it thus, into the world that otherwise surrounds us; we do not inhabit
    • our body when asleep, we are poured out into the surrounding cosmos.
    • connected through our ego and astral body with the world surrounding
    • weakens all that in actual truth we experience with the surrounding
    • our real experiences in connection with the world around us, and What
    • you need not twist round what I say. Nobody can come to spiritual experience
    • say just on this point that even with any amount of bungling around
    • and doctoring up in the sphere of social questions no bungling around
    • between men anywhere else in the whole round world, Certainly not in
    • divine spiritual nature, in the recognition that what goes around on
    • truths of this kind than by much else going around the world as social
    • that the real life of spirit is all around, whereas because it is less
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    • “Nature! We are surrounded and enveloped
    • about Isis has round it a glory of the past. When Isis was spoken of
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    • is nothing but the shadow thrown by Goethe on his surroundings, the
    • outwardly to round off the matter, to bring it to perfection, as a poet,
    • to; as opposed to the Christians around him he was always the definite
    • personal,true, path of experience. He could not accept what those around
    • “Nature! we are surrounded and enveloped by her, unable to step
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    • and a new birth, because these worlds continuously surround us.
    • the astral or soul-world, surrounding us with their beings and
    • existing in our surroundings, beings which can't be grasped and
    • nature. We are surrounded by minerals, plants, animals and
    • away from perceiving the physical plane, is surrounded by the
    • bright cloud surrounding and wrapping this part of the plant
    • clairvoyants with such intimate knowledge were around, these
    • surrounds you’ — but only wants to enjoy the bliss with the
    • sacrificing dedication of his own being to that which surrounds
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    • a specific influence on those around us; we just tend not to
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    • through others — through your surroundings. Thus we are
    • outer world surrounding us, so much more closely do we
    • our surroundings. Learning to know this outer world, we try to
    • be found in the surroundings, through this we are deflected
    • can see how we rose from this background. However, everything
    • brooded upon in examining this background is bad (Ubel).
    • our human body is surrounded by an aura, embedded in this
    • impulses not visible from our surroundings, being a product of
    • case is not large and not wide around the physical body. The
    • around us, how it becomes inclusive in relation to the physical
    • the first ground rule of the Theosophical Society — a
    • has to originate and approach from the surroundings. Most
    • finger. If it could walk around our organism then it could
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    • humanity as a whole, has in a one-sided way grown up round our social
    • the North-East from any point around the hill on which the Goetheanum
    • intended to put it in a city, in Munich, where it would have been surrounded
    • platform, not absolutely on the ground.
    • of the ground. It will be apparent to anyone who approaches the Building,
    • the right width, the right height, and is properly rounded off, and
    • walk round it. now show you the inner part, in my original model, carried
    • Here we have the ground-plan
    • This ground-plan will show
    • I refer to this ground-plan I am always anxious lest the actual structural
    • this ground-plan and its form, drawing a comparison between it and the
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    • people a certain mystical fog has spread itself around this Building
    • about, around and in the Building.
    • is all around in the world. Do you find anything really pertinent to
    • properly and become aware of the things that are going on around us.
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    • Nature and all her holy rounds to scan;
    • (The poodle goes circling round them.)
    • Faust: “Mark how, a mighty spiral round us
    • To be a future fetter round our feet”
    • Wagner: “He frisks in doubt and fear around us,
    • Invisible visible around thee? ...
    • dream-spirits fluttering around Faust — really the
    • that, in all the seas surrounding the earth, there are two
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    • that he tried by abstract, all-round concepts, to give life
    • human freedom and other subjects akin to it written round
    • around the Goethe. These men sought to penetrate beyond what
    • background of the relative. Thus, Fichte tried to penetrate
    • tremendous dangers surrounding him.
    • cannot escape area he sees nothing of what goes on around
    • absolute, the good Mephistopheles turns his chair round from
    • error is brought about in a roundabout way through Wagner.
    • interpret it. We see how Goethe works round to the ordinary
    • traversing the rounds of nature Helen becomes, externally on
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    • whole circumference; they move around, and in the middle is
    • surrounding 183 worlds — sixty on on each of the three
    • cloud formation around it the 183 worlds welling and surging.
    • Moon, and the Moon is turned round on it The shaft, however,
    • an extended over the surroundings; naturally you cannot
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    • experience by always remaining in his old surroundings,
    • surrounding us in the kingdoms of nature can combine to form
    • exist in your surroundings.”
    • conscious, waking life in which our bright ideas run round,
    • about our surroundings, because, if I may so express it, the
    • form the solid element. There is a surging all around that,
    • for it is all that surrounds us on the physical earth. But
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    • senses around him, how mountain ranges and such physical
    • sees around him is what has become. Anaxagoras enters into
    • round the earth in four weeks. The Greeks knew a threefold
    • Empusa who appears in this scene among the Lamiae around
    • dear friends, there are good grounds for maintaining that
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    • around at what is given out by the theologians and
    • phiolsophers today; where do you find any firm ground from
    • which logical reasons men are now going around.
    • round, according to how the matter stands. utereas the result
    • friends, is what is ever and again in the background when we
    • surround man in the perceptible world, but also to lie with
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    • these people when they forsook the level ground, the plain,
    • first three. The old ideas of the Kabiri centered round the
    • point to the Representative of Man, surrounded by, and in
    • the microscope, can be looked upon macrocosmically all around
    • macrocosmically all around in the external world. When we
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    • outside his body, becomes able to perceive what is around
    • him, all that surrounds him of a soul and spirit nature.
    • more of the supersensible than when I am surrounded by
    • continuously all around us. It was precisely this which, in
    • set, feel the warmth the sun sheds around, receive the light
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    • again I must be inside, for nature as it usually surrounds me
    • it surrounds itself with pictures of its own bodily nature and
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    • clarify to the people that what is around them, what they can
    • worlds which are celestial, above the ground. His lower regions
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    • surrounds us, as well as in those things which we also meet as
    • acquire the right way of thinking about things around us,
    • around us. Not only do animals equally give us joy and
    • related to the entire surrounding world, that all beings are
    • sun surrounds our entire earthly mass with warmth and light.
    • state? Without solid ground and land the earth couldn't offer a
    • find the world around us becoming more and more comprehensible.
    • We come to an understanding that the world which surrounds us,
    • where does this actual material world which surrounds us,
    • originate from, which is spreading ever more around us?
    • one of us, during our waking hours glances around, we perceive
    • unconsciousness surrounded people when they entered into
    • saw these as if in a mist surrounded by edges of colour. So we
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    • practical research that we find a natural science grounded in
    • the firm ground of reality: the God whom he had so long sought
    • sleep wrapped it round has memory, and this remembrance rises
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    • century or around the middle of the Middle Ages. It is the
    • of an ancient background of culture they rather lived in the
    • that surrounds the earth. This idea was violently attacked by
    • spiritual reality that surrounds us (surrounds us as a reality,
    • of thoughts surrounds the earth, and that in thoughts man
    • This doubt can well be understood. For around the 13th century
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    • there are the forces which do not work directly but by a roundabout
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    • around us, we are fully awake and then, in our thoughts, we work over
    • tapestry spread out around us. What lies this side of the tapestry we
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    • solitary spaces surrounding him. And thus he was still standing at
    • quite present to his consciousness, yet in the background of
    • around him. Through his inner zeal and the close interest he felt
    • for all the spiritual changes going on around him, he became
    • that Ego which is grounded not on a completed being, but on
    • against the background, as it were, of his whole spiritual life,
    • the sake of friendly relations to use roundabout methods and facile
    • for him through spiritual communion to gather others around him
    • enemy, surrounded by spies and informers, there was a man who yet
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    • happenings of modern civilization around us; and on the other hand
    • certain parts of the world around us, with the mood that once
    • the Christ in their hearts during the great festivities surrounding
    • feel much, much darkness around us, and we must often see, as we look
    • Christmas season, the days and weeks surrounding the Christmas
    • “Star-Singers” went around, wearing paper crowns on their
    • other art institutions, no matter how much ado surrounds these things.
    • By which can wander around the star.
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    • for the life of earth around him appears as something strange and
    • surrounded by other heroes and by the warrior hosts — a hero
    • understand what surrounds him! He needs no Krishna. It is well for
    • worlds. There he is, surrounded by his disciples, and in the face of
    • intention of bringing the souls of the men around him to believe in
    • the reality of all that surrounded him, being a Greek, and compare
    • that surrounded them in the earthly sphere was to them in unceasing
    • immediately around them. They were seers in the spirit, seers in the
    • around him. That is the reason why the battle that raged about him
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    • be surprised when the statement is made on occult grounds that
    • feeling the infinite void spread around you like a dark abyss. Now
    • goes to sleep every night. The sense world fades out around him and
    • the opposite way round. From this moment onward he learns to
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    • considering the dream pictures we have around or before us, which in
    • surrounding world here every day. When they first arise we begin to
    • stand on ground where he has to break with all these accustomed
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    • observe the things and events around him, their relationships, and
    • begin to see the light itself. There he is surrounded by flowing
    • also we are surrounded by a world, but one so altogether new and
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    • Beings in their relation to each other, we need an all-around point
    • mood as if he must take off his shoes before treading on holy ground;
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    • force behind all the forms he perceives around him in the
    • surrounds us can be reduced to nothing, and then still further to
    • real factor on all sides. We must imagine the world that surrounds
    • around the time of puberty, and from then on are still active in
    • other, when he felt all that was going on around him and deeply
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    • kingdoms that surround him. His mode and quality of knowledge is
    • surrounding world into his clairvoyant consciousness. All this will
    • and enter the higher spirituality around us. If we would reach the
    • condition when the lamb or lion is simply lying lazily on the ground.
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    • penetrating what lies around him, so that he does not give himself up
    • everything that surrounds us. These ideas are really comprehensive.
    • his surroundings meant not only a certain understanding of the outer
    • glory of nature around him — the early morning sky, the sun and
    • has to do so by learning to understand his surroundings through ideas
    • his surroundings. However, when the world about him becomes so
    • free Arjuna's soul from all those things that surround him and are
    • logical grounds, but this is an illusion. Materialists are people who
    • the surrounding world and begin to feel that it has something in it
    • surrounds us in the universe outside. In their prayer they have a
    • introduced the new age. The world around men did not call forth clear
    • active, in order to get ideas and concepts of our surrounding world.
    • surrounding world are being formed. Today the soul must be more
    • surrounds him, would have lost all interest in external evolution.
    • that in many respects men are so remote from their surroundings that
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    • those around him: “Why should we do that?” Certainly, when
    • stand with one's feet on solid ground” which is nothing else than
    • if the ground has been taken away from under him and he were standing
    • of being surrounded by matter ceases, is not there. One is concerned
    • only have been that those around him would not have recognised him.
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    • Sun and Stars went round it, it was tiresome to have to learn
    • theoretically, at least — the ground was taken from under their
    • after he has become an Initiate, that while moving around in the
    • stand with both feet on solid ground, who understand something of
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    • King Arthur's Round Table. Something in the human organism is now
    • Creative Word and its meaning, which represent the ground-forces of
    • “The Knights of King Arthur's Round Table”. Twelve in
    • number, they had around them a band of other men, but they were the
    • Arthur and his wife Guinevere. Thus in King Arthur's Round Table we
    • Round Table. Hence we are told — and the legend here refers in
    • King Arthur's Round Table journeyed far and wide and slew monsters and
    • pictorial concepts of King Arthur's Round Table.
    • nature of our times. The Holy Grail is surrounded by many, many
    • dead in contrast with the life of the organism that surrounds it. And
    • Thus in the “Knights of King Arthur's Round Table” we are
    • that was grouped around the Holy Grail we are shown what can be
    • Parsifal. All the legends connected with King Arthur and the Round
    • It is because modern man is so fond of surrounding himself with Maya
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    • summer lie down to rest on the ground at midday instead of going to
    • he has his feet on solid ground just as firmly as the most
    • must ennoble his astral body and therewith the world around him.
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    • Such is the profound background of the cult of Bacchus, the God of
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    • ourselves and it is in the world around us that we begin to live
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    • existence. It surrounds us and we are immersed in it while we live on
    • surrounded.
    • void around him in the astral world because this void affords him a
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    • Each of these figures, together with everything around them,
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    • surrounds us even in earthly life, but we do not perceive it. In
    • observe what is happening in the surrounding astral world. How, then,
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    • body stretched on the couch but merely as an empty sheath. Around this
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    • element surrounding him was made possible by an organ which enabled
    • but around him. We reach a point when the sense-organs existed only in
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    • when, on Earth, he began to breathe the air around him. Did he then
    • Spirit of the air surrounds the body which contains the heritage of
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    • the moon. The moon was revolving around the ancient sun but in such a
    • the moon around the earth is a continuation of the motion formerly
    • described around the ancient sun. These bodies, both at the beginnings
    • formed like a skin around the living being of the earth. It is only a
    • substantial form, would now be spread around it; hence the term
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    • all. Around an imperishable centre, the surrounding sheaths alone
    • had given him form were around him, behind him, not within him. They
    • world around him is due to the Luciferian Spirits. Human thought is
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    • within him what he later sees around him. All that is
    • actually around us now, passed out from us in a preceding epoch when
    • surroundings. The future lies within man. He is free to make it good
    • all humanity. Having become like unto Christ, men will gather around
    • Him as the hosts around the Lamb, and the great harvest of evolution
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    • eyes. The second member is the etheric body which surrounds
    • around him. Those of you who have often attended these
    • self, confronting him. People around him have their astral
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    • if covered with a veil. Everything around has lost its old
    • — man and animal, plant and rock around him become
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    • wider. What people around him are, what they feel and what
    • look around the world you will have to admit that man as he
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    • greatest; the greatest, the Initiates, kept in the background.
    • body. Man has this body in common with the whole world around him; and
    • cloud which not only surrounds the body, but permeates it. If we
    • the light around it, so this empty space appears blue because of the
    • auric light streaming around it. This is the outer form of expression
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    • sentences. “Night and darkness lay around me for years and then
    • not spatially separate. We are surrounded by the things of the physical
    • surrounded by black, malignant forms which threaten and terrify them
    • of the objects around you. Everything that comes out of you seems to
    • Faust is in heaven, in the spiritual world, surrounded by Devas, the
    • And round his path is thunder rolled,
    • space he occupies appears dark, but round him is a radiant halo.
    • “in the spirit”; and then around him appear pictures of
    • all that Caesar did and of all that happened round him — how he
    • that happened around entered into his thoughts; every movement of an army
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    • man has the first four of these bodies around him in space. The etheric
    • the physical body, surrounds it like a cloud and fades away as you go
    • around us, but they are inaccessible to our physical senses. What, then,
    • to criticise what goes on in the world around him, but he can well
    • its background colour is a reddish-grey, with rays of the same colour
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    • into the foreground and the Ram or Lamb (Aries) was honoured. So arose
    • backwards round the Zodiac year by year, taking 2,160 years to
    • The ancients knew that with this movement of the Sun round the Zodiac
    • Devachan, a man is surrounded by all the passions and feelings of his
    • with which a man surrounds himself there. Physical conditions all too
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    • covered the ground, when wild animals of the torrid zone lived here
    • set into the midst of it all. Now, however, most of our surroundings
    • very easily. They are variously coloured and surrounded by an aura of
    • up of the fruits of his former lives, he now has to gather round him
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    • intermingled. The physical body of the mother surrounds the physical body
    • a child's sense-organs. He will see with his eyes how people round
    • during these early years a child should be surrounded by noble-minded,
    • of a child's being, his surroundings should be kept free from all impure,
    • the twenty-fourth year, when everything around him can teach a person
    • to wealth, perhaps endowed also with great talents and surrounded by
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    • of the living substance of the animal. The shell which surrounds the
    • surrounds us: this means that man at one time contained everything within
    • no limits to knowledge, for man can find, in everything he sees around
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    • of primal mineral, with no etheric body round it; hence we can say that
    • is called in Theosophy a Round, or a Life-condition. Each Round can
    • it. Saturn passed through seven such Rounds or Life-conditions. In each
    • Round its structure was being perfected, so that only in the seventh
    • Round was its finally perfected form attained. Each Round has its seven
    • each going through seven Rounds and each Round through seven
    • the unit position means the Globes; in the tens, the Rounds, and in the
    • plant had to turn round; it remained true to the Sun.
    • In its first Round, Sun
    • merely repeated the Saturn period: it was not until the second Round
    • its limit in the seven Rounds, it disappeared into the darkness of Pralaya,
    • The first Moon-Round was
    • Round also brought nothing new; it was a recapitulation of life on the
    • Sun. In the third Round there was something new: man acquired an astral
    • During this third Round
    • so there were now two bodies. At the beginning of the second Round the
    • of the Sun detached itself, so that in the third Round there were two
    • its inferior parts, could develop further. In the fourth Round all this
    • Pralaya, the Moon reappeared as Earth. In the first Round the whole
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    • thus a planet made up of fine etheric material and surrounded by an
    • atmosphere of spirit, in the same way as our own Earth is surrounded
    • vast globe of ether, very much bigger than our Earth today, and surrounded
    • distinguished by their ground-notes. These seven groups constituted the
    • spiritual Beings who had surrounded the Earth had gone forth with the
    • was surrounded by an astral atmosphere which had previously been dissolved
    • surrounding the separate physical forms, which in their turn had become
    • nature around them, and they were self-less. They were complete
    • had come when something spiritual which had previously surrounded man
    • body of an Atlantean extended far beyond and around his head. In the
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    • that the flooding of the Nile, when it inundates the surrounding country,
    • that the Sun moved round the Earth. His doctrine was further developed
    • that the Earth moves round the Sun. It is seldom noticed that he taught
    • region of Northern Europe, where people gathered round a Druid priest
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    • surroundings.” What does this mean? We breathe the air in, use it
    • giving it the ground on which it can lead a higher form of life, and
    • in meekness before the Apostles and says: “You are my ground,
    • everything else around him in the world is as much part of what truly
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    • pass out into its surroundings. The actual space occupied by the object
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    • the surrounding world.
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    • for instance, the finer details of the plants or an orchard around
    • well-schooled), will know from their esoteric background that the
    • developing and arranges for them to live in appropriate surroundings,
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    • In the spiritual world we are surrounded by realities very different
    • surrounding world: the spiritual world. Someday when medicine reaches
    • twenty-eight years? Well, the surrounding world does in fact let us
    • scales, the law of leverage. You can carry the scales around; their
    • This point is free. You can carry the point around as if it were not
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    • within outwards without adjusting in any degree to the surrounding
    • bother about the world, to get free and away from one's surroundings,
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    • — to dancing around the golden calf — these things must
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    • them. Physiologists dabble around in the separate senses and treat
    • firm ground for both priest and physician in connection with
    • ground up and reject it. It does not have to be rejected. Every piece
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    • the earth and at the same time rounding itself. The root rounding
    • one must have, the rounding form pushing into the ground.
    • to unfold in a rounding, circular direction; the stem wants to unfold
    • on the earth. In the root's striving toward roundness we must see the
    • plant world spread as it is around us, we find the sun, moon, and
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    • else must itself be around somewhere. You can't speak of apelike
    • traveled once around the entire zodiac. When we reckon that up, it
    • surrounds us in farthest cosmic space.
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    • cures. And what we still have to say today to round off our studies
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    • person to the surrounding world. No matter what therapy we use, in
    • the surrounding world.
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    • detail, of the external world around them. They have experiences,
    • for instance, the finer details of the plants or an orchard around
    • well-schooled), will know from their esoteric background that the
    • developing and arranges for them to live in appropriate surroundings,
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    • In the spiritual world we are surrounded by realities very different
    • surrounding world: the spiritual world. Someday when medicine reaches
    • twenty-eight years? Well, the surrounding world does in fact let us
    • scales, the law of leverage. You can carry the scales around; their
    • This point is free. You can carry the point around as if it were not
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    • such a thing. Saints have a world around them that is visionary but
    • within outwards without adjusting in any degree to the surrounding
    • bother about the world, to get free and away from one's surroundings,
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    • conflicts with the most religious individuals around him because of
    • — to dancing around the golden calf — these things must be
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    • them. Physiologists dabble around in the separate senses and treat
    • firm ground for both priest and physician in connection with
    • ground up and reject it. It does not have to be rejected. Every piece
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    • the earth and at the same time rounding itself. The root rounding
    • one must have, the rounding form pushing into the ground. We must see
    • to unfold in a rounding, circular direction; the stem wants to unfold
    • on the earth. In the root's striving toward roundness we must see the
    • plant world spread as it is around us, we find the sun, moon, and
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    • our search in inorganic nature around us for medicinal remedies for
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    • else must itself be around somewhere. You can't speak of apelike
    • traveled once around the entire zodiac. When we reckon that up, it
    • surrounds us in farthest cosmic space.
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    • cures. And what we still have to say today to round off our studies
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    • anyone who has a background of Spiritual
    • around you, calling up in your souls by inner activity certain
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    • distinguishes him from all the rest of the living creatures around
    • something he possesses which none of the beings around him has
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    • make the Sun cohere round its centre. Then you have the inweaving of
    • unable to awaken in consciousness what went on around him, any more
    • around them. An animal nature, an inwardly living animal nature, a
    • attention to the fact that separate plants such as we see around us
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    • is something which is not directly visible around us. Of course, what
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    • same way what we designate as physical darkness, what surrounds us at
    • light-Beings surrounding the earth, the Archangels work out of cosmic
    • call the Spirit of the Age. If we look around at the way our own
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    • We strike, as it were, the true ground of existence — so far as
    • solid ground upon which we tread, and which we ourselves bear within
    • — the solid ground upon which we walk. The esotericists who
    • ground, and upon which all the rest of our earth existence continues
    • watery element, as it is at work around us in the elementary state,
    • still lower hierarchy at work. In the airy formations around us, to
    • say that behind all we see around us through our senses there lies an
    • senses actually show, we remain on solid ground. If one wants to
    • existence which tends towards form gets crushed or ground down. None
    • become revealed as the solid matter we see around us. In the act of
    • around us, it speaks to us in the Being of the Thrones; but it is
    • towards crystalline form around us, we have at a lower level a
    • us accustom ourselves to see in all that happens around us something
    • laws to the formation of the clouds around our earth as he applies to
    • around us, he cannot say that it comes into being in the same way as
    • on the ground; he cannot say that the water hovering above us comes
    • soil, on the ground. For the truth is that the Beings who play their
    • which goes on around the earth wherein the watery vapour becomes
    • our earth sphere, if we include the atmosphere around us, we have now
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    • familiar with the idea that everything we perceive around us is in
    • ways. In it the student sees many things around him. But he would
    • sees around him, so to say in spiritual space, is also spiritual
    • development in which he is surrounded by pictures, but is unable to
    • the Moon-consciousness was that one was surrounded by a world of
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    • man, and that as yet nothing of what surrounds us today in animal,
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    • make connections with its cosmic surroundings. When in the morning
    • belonging not to the ground, but to the periphery of the earth.
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    • age the surrounding atmosphere was still not water-free. The earth
    • to thrive better upon the surrounding planets. It is those forces we
    • etheric bodies, which we have to look for on the surrounding planets
    • planets surrounding the earth. Thus the deed which brought about a
    • And the Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground.]
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    • in spiritual surroundings until suitable conditions were present in
    • around us, conferring blessing, refreshment and health upon our own
    • bear fruit for those around us. Thus we go our separate ways, while
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    • the spiritual in the physical things all around him, he cannot have a
    • spectro-analysis. These sciences are the groundwork upon which he
    • show him on what kind of moral groundwork they are based — all
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    • all mankind. Whereas the heathen people round about worshipped their
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    • of it outside that region. But nowadays, news flashes around the whole
    • ground of their particular creeds! But the time will come when their
    • spiritual science from the ground of Christianity would ever dream, as
    • he gathered around him who in his thirtieth year had received the
    • Christ into himself? Had pupils gathered around this Being as they had
    • gathered around Confucius, Laotse or Buddha? If we look closely we see
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    • background for the Easter thought. But men became less and less
    • serve — outwardly at least — as a background for the direct
    • fallen more and more into the background. In an age when it is
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    • world around him. He plunges with his astral body down into his brain,
    • when street lamps in thick fog appear surrounded with an aura of
    • remember that these colourforms surrounding and blurring the sharp
    • perception of the spiritual beings, around him — unlike to-day
    • human kingdoms, at night the whole space around him was filled with
    • the spiritual alike by day and by night. By night they were surrounded
    • man experiences his fellow-men around him to-day. And the sagas are
    • around him realities that henceforth were no longer merely preserved
    • of a man to deny the reality of that which was perceptibly around him
    • seen around them in a perfectly natural way. Later, what the Mysteries
    • ground under his feet. He will be threatened, in this condition, with
    • what is known as the “spiritual death.” For around him there
    • have the Easter Mystery in symbols around us. For the Easter Mystery
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    • very ground of wisdom, about life overcoming death — this was
    • the soul. Looking out into the world around us, we see the dashing
    •     “the eternal serpent. I am the ground of the worlds.”
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    • around it; it has no means of expressing what is going on within it or
    • says does not arise out of thought, but the other way round. It learns
    • is sheathed around by other members of man's being, which are
    • we have his essential kernel, the ego, surrounded by its sheaths;
    • first the body of faith, and then round it the body of love.
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    • it stands. So that when perhaps we see around us people we esteem,
    • If we observe life around us, we might express the particular feature
    • Even to-day, however, speaking from the ground of Anthroposophy, we
    • us to eat; or to travel at high speeds round the globe. But in our
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    • significant and important co-workers. The many veils which surround
    • occurring around us to-day and which, as they occur, convulse the
    • underground in secret has found its way to the surface! Certainly, the
    • and we see the world around us which makes an impression on our
    • nature around us. What we here regard in the physical world as nature
    • nature. After death, in the place of what is here around us as nature,
    • we have around us the spiritual world which we describe as the world
    • things in his surroundings. He cannot easily be stirred or roused. He
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    • Here man stands on the earth, and is surrounded by nature. But the
    • is not there without further ado. To have nature around one requires
    • materialistic love to have nature around them. But in the spiritual
    • heaven is hidden and only the world which is round us is always
    • present, there the surrounding world is hidden unless we ourselves
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    • world, we form thoughts which can unite us to him. We surround him
    • on earth has that which constitutes earth existence actually around
    • the young child fresh and rounded, its inner life flowing through its
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    • which pursues its own course, which continually lives around us, and
    • Naturally I do not say this because it is written around a subject
    • to their spiritual background. With this in view the words with which
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    • symbols as meet us in everything which surrounds the mystery of
    • surrounds us.
    • bells beneath. They had only snow and ice around them in the mountains
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    • at the things around us. Naturally everyone experiences something or
    • surrounding us. The somnambulist experiences external things within him.
    • Now the Life-ether is the element which everywhere streams around
    • organism. Everything which we have around us is a body for this common
    • the significance of the things around us was developed, so that the
    • surrounding world — stones, plants and animals are signposts
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    • surrounds us. The original form of the universe is for the esotericist
    • however the desire to take part in the world surrounding him. This is
    • everything which man formerly perceived around him with his organs, is
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    • the sun. If we turn the plant halfway round we have the animal. If we
    • turn it right round we have man. That is the original significance of
    • they know nothing of what is going on around them. Other beings in the
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    • existence during the Fourth Round. After this, the entire mineral
    • the mineral kingdom by artificial means. In the Fourth Round man can
    • end of the Fourth Round he will have transformed the entire mineral
    • From the Fifth Round onwards man will do the same with the plant
    • Round will himself create his body out of the materials of his
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    • As an actual fact everything we have around us contains the seven
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    • around him. In bringing forth his own being he was at first creative.
    • what is outside and around him and is creatively active. He has
    • contacted and taken into himself everything which is around him in
    • become. What is around him in the outer world will later become his
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    • yet work in a physical brain but in the ether masses surrounding them.
    • The Old Moon was surrounded by Warmth Ether and other forms of
    • surroundings, using a brain as the vehicle of thought. Only his
    • sheaths which surrounded man, not man himself. The sheaths could be
    • which these principles organise around themselves. They work on the
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    • arbitrary reason, but on educational grounds. People were to know
    • gain firm ground under their feet; thus during one life, reincarnation
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    • Around the etheric body appears the astral body. It is the outer form
    • in forms of every description. The surrounding part shows cloud
    • Seven conditions of form together make up a Round. At the present time
    • the Earth is going through its fourth Round and this is the mineral.
    • When the Fourth Round comes to an end the entire mineral kingdom will
    • next, the Fifth Round; then into a Rupic condition and then into an
    • Round reappears and grows up as the plant kingdom; for instance [the]
    • Cologne cathedral will appear as a plant in the next Round.
    • Between the last Arupic condition of the Fourth Round and the first
    • Arupic condition of the Fifth Round the earth goes through a Pralaya.
    • Then in the Fifth Round the previous mineral kingdom appears in all
    • Round everything is contained that man has worked over in the mineral
    • Round. At first this reappears in the Arupic condition in the pure
    • each new Round everything is to be found in the Akasha; later there
    • all its beings. In the transition from the Third to the Fourth Round,
    • all the beings which came into existence in the Third Round also
    • nevertheless in the background the Akasha exists as a foundation. The
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    • perceives them around him as beings. He then has the same
    • physical world around him, then all impulses, passions, changes of
    • with external objects in his immediate surroundings. Whenever a being
    • objects, merges himself with his surroundings, with the Not-I. Therein
    • then one also perceives the thoughts of the surrounding world. The
    • He connects his ‘I’ with the things around him, learns to expand his
    • realities on the Astral Plane. He then has a reality around him.
    • Whoever carries his development to a still higher stage is surrounded
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    • camera, there appears within it a picture of the surrounding world.
    • was produced as [a] picture of the surrounding world came to the
    • In the second Round of evolution in the Old Sun existence, the
    • physical automaton was imbued with the etheric body. In this Round the
    • surrounded by the threefold protective sheath of the astral, etheric
    • life around him. At that time however the pupil required hardly any
    • not yet pure thinking we have astral substance surrounding the etheric
    • of etheric substance surrounded by astral substance. Along the paths
    • reincarnation, forms a central point, around which what is to be added
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    • different that what he finds around him is entirely new, so that what
    • not coal] in particular make such observations underground. Novalis's
    • plants (Fifth Round) and then the animals (Sixth Round) and finally he
    • consciously brings forth himself (Seventh Round).
    • the Seventh Round. They can make use of regions that lie below their
    • and the bad. In the Fifth Round there will no longer be a mineral
    • reached by man in the Sixth and Seventh Rounds. A Planetary Spirit is
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    • Today we are surrounded by physical reality, by sun, moon and stars.
    • What man had around him in the Old Moon existence, he has today within
    • As now fire, chemical ether, magnetism and so on are around us and
    • surround the Earth, so the moon was surrounded by those forces which
    • present surround the Earth will in the future play an individualised
    • eruptions are today. These forces surrounded man during the Moon
    • earth and as a soul-less body of slag will circle round the future
    • World-Rounds are completed. Then everything will have become human
    • moment of retrospect, forget all that is around us and only remember
    • which man only gradually has around him in Devachan. It is an
    • the intermediate state between two Rounds, from the old Arupa-Globe of
    • the previous Round to the new Arupa-Globe of the following Round. The
    • initiate is in the Pralaya between two Rounds when he raises himself
    • the spirits who live in the Rounds. The initiate who had raised
    • himself above the Rounds could place his body at the service of
    • forces arrange themselves around him according to twelve forces of
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    • The inner life remained in the background, in the occult schools. In
    • remained in the background. In the case of the ‘Theologia deutsch’
    • in the world around thee. The Gods have raised thee out of the mineral
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    • past which at the same time shows its results in the forms around us.
    • The whole of our surrounding world is nothing other than the result of
    • formed like strata around them. Relationships which make their
    • his hands he filled the surrounding world with deeds; through speech
    • accomplished through deeds and words in the surrounding world.
    • actually spread around us more than just ourselves. In what we speak
    • Thus our life creates around us remains — personal,
    • must be clearly differentiated. Everything that surrounds us in Nature
    • the result of earlier deeds. What is now being built up around us by
    • next planet man will not think, but will comprehend the surrounding
    • life is of such a nature that we seem to be surrounded by the
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    • spiritual being, just as if we were walking over damp ground, leaving
    • around us as mineral existence, as purely physical nature, Intuitions
    • around us: Vedana.
    • What we perceive around us will no longer be there when we appear
    • surroundings; what enters into the world of Imagination, comes back to
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    • naturally branches out into the astral body which surrounds the human
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    • around the hollow brought about by the thoughts. Around this hollow,
    • surrounding it becomes denser and thereby brighter. The added
    • brightness which arises around the thoughts soon disappears; but if
    • which also has the power of creating life in the surrounding astral
    • thoughts is the same as that which surrounded the previous planet, the
    • that we are continually surrounded by beings whose higher nature is
    • around themselves a powerful aura of desires. In this incarnate asuric
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    • exposed to all the thoughts flying hither and thither around him,
    • us, but around us. The more highly developed individualities are the
    • The higher self is around us. If, in preparation for the future, we
    • human shells float around there. They gradually dissolve, and when the
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    • from some other part of the surroundings; there cold arises as
    • around us, built up in a style in keeping with the great Theosophical
    • the ground; the Vedanta wisdom ascends in passionless purity and
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    • three worlds, so that he could perceive the things around him. Without
    • the Nature forces and beings which surround us today were at that time
    • that time surrounded the astral earth was composed of a somewhat
    • these strictly apart, the human astral body and what lived around it.
    • surrounding it. Let us assume that a human being had perhaps separated
    • off ten different forms, which are now around him. Previously they
    • were within him and later he is surrounded by them. Now mirrored
    • given him by his surroundings. The mirrored pictures work on his
    • substance around it.
    • means looking out into the surrounding world. Man now consists of four
    • surroundings. Through this the thirst of the Monad is partially
    • around us get on with each other.
    • surroundings. What he now puts out are the effects of his deeds. He
    • projects his actions into the surrounding world and gradually becomes
    • into the surrounding world and are reflected back. To the same degree
    • around us — the effects of our own actions. This again builds up
    • Human life is a continual process of being enveloped in what surrounds
    • surroundings. We must make possible this going out from ourselves in
    • surroundings. This necessitates a harmonising of the reflected images
    • in ourselves. It is our task to make the world around us a harmonious
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    • Saturn, Sun and Moon). In the first three Earth Rounds these stages
    • the Third Epoch the Moon existence. It was only in the Fourth Round
    • turns completely round. For this the symbol is the Cross. The
    • Fourth Round the Hyperboreans lived in their soft forms, these Sons of
    • half round and human beings also only turned halfway; but to
    • round the Sun, but not as our Earth does today. The Moon rotated
    • around the Sun, in such a way that only one side was turned towards
    • appearance seemed like the rings around Saturn. Now the second or
    • new impulse, which was brought about by the turning around of the
    • turning around of the Earth axis the tropical climate came into the
    • intercourse with anything around them, otherwise the beautiful bodies
    • surrounded the Earth. The Sons of the Fire Mist were the first Arhats.
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    • Survey of Earth evolution I: Races, Globes, Rounds.
    • seven Rounds.
    • between the Rounds. This third condition therefore corresponds to a
    • consciousness between two Rounds. To be able to observe what takes
    • consciousness; between two Globes the second, and between two Rounds
    • Between the last Round of a Planetary condition and the first of the
    • consciousness. The seven Rounds and the five conditions of Pralaya are
    • We are now in the Fourth Round of the Earth and three others preceded
    • every Round. In each Round we have seven stage of development which
    • Races. Seven such Rounds together make up a Planetary condition or
    • evolution. The First Round began with an Arupa condition and densified
    • dissolution belongs to a Round. Seven such Rounds are called a
    • When the first Earth Round emerged, everything that had descended from
    • last Moon-Round and the first Earth-Round there was a long Pralaya
    • Moon was actually a great plant. Its ground consisted of intertwined
    • In this was rooted the Moon vegetation; it needed the Moon ground. The
    • During the First Earth Round the human kingdom gradually separated
    • external body of man became slowly more human. During the Second Round
    • further ascent. The first three Rounds were repetitions of earlier
    • conditions and a preparation, in order in the Fourth Round, in the
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    • Rounds or elemental kingdoms, Globes or conditions of form; in
    • Rounds, 7 x 7 Globes and 7 x 7 x 7 Races. The purpose of every such
    • a Round is called Kingdom, Wisdom
    • a condition of consciousness’. Going through a Round is going through
    • a Kingdom. In the successive rounds man experiences seven Kingdoms:
    • Kingdoms, through seven Rounds or Kingdoms, in each Round gaining in
    • draw the forms into space and then surround them with astral
    • In the First Round man was in the First Elementary Kingdom. When at
    • that time he became physical, he was in the first Round and in the
    • physical condition of the First Elementary Kingdom of the First Round,
    • astral and passed over to the following Round.
    • In the Second Round the Earth consisted only of forms. The Earth was a
    • In the Fifth Round, the plastic-astral man will no longer need to
    • In the Sixth Round we shall live in the animal kingdom. Then
    • In the Seventh Round man will create himself. He will then be able to
    • duplicate, to reproduce himself. In the Seventh Round everyone will
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    • Survey of Earth evolution III: The Fourth Earth Round. Separation of
    • Today we shall speak about the Fourth Earth Round. In the course of
    • Planet we must consider seven Rounds. The passing through a Round may
    • also be called a Kingdom, and the Fourth Round on the Earth we call
    • Round and within this Round in the Fourth Condition of Form or Globe.
    • The Fourth Round is always physical.
    • have behind us three Planets, three Rounds, three Globes and the same
    • Fifth Round mankind will once again be able to see spiritually, having
    • The Fourth Earth Round began with the emergence of the first Arupa
    • for example, Jehovah and his hosts, who accomplished everything around
    • Until then, until the beginning of the Fourth Round, Sun and Moon were
    • During the great Pralaya preceding the First Earth Round, they had
    • again merged with the Earth; and during the first three Earth Rounds
    • In the Third Earth Round, out of the Earth-Sun-Ball, on one side the
    • time the main body actually trailed around with it two such sacks.
    • Only in the Fourth Earth Round did the body regain its spherical form;
    • Earth Round approached, the Sun separated itself off, and in the Third
    • able to send his thoughts out into the surrounding world. On the
    • was in his surroundings reflected itself more and more into what was
    • will be drawn together into the atom. In the next Round man will
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    • plane. Thus we have around us beings who actually have their
    • beings. So we have a world of elemental beings around us with a king.
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    • surroundings in connection with objects, such as warmth and cold; this
    • but on what conditions surround it. Hearing is in no way dependent on
    • around us. There was however a time when everything was dark. Let us
    • around him. This was so at a certain time when human beings possessed
    • illuminated, as many sea creatures still do today, the objects around
    • of seeing the surrounding objects other than human eyes.
    • surrounding world reflect itself in him. The next stage is that he
    • oneself the surroundings as they were when in the Lemurian Age the
    • man can separate himself from his surroundings, becoming independent,
    • same temperature as what surrounds it. With the warm red blood it
    • the same temperature as his surroundings. What is it that actually
    • in his world around him, while he himself progresses in his
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    • creating the source of life for all creatures in its surroundings who
    • surroundings. On the Moon there was warmth or fire breathing. The
    • The Moon was surrounded by an atmosphere of nitrogen. In the second
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    • Nature around him, somewhat in the manner in which today the embryo is
    • was nearer to the divine he sucked milk out of his surroundings.
    • condition prevailed when milk was sucked out from the surroundings. A
    • is the producer. In the East the consumer is placed in the foreground,
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    • the Atlanteans were still of the nature of pictures. The rounded shape
    • normal surroundings, sold for twenty pieces of silver and cast into a
    • prepared; and then finds here firm ground, embodying itself in a whole
    • another. Both, however, have a common native ground since they both
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    • would seem to want to bore down into the ground. By contrast, the
    • his surroundings.
    • teacher must demonstrate an understanding of what goes on around the
    • those around him furthers the melancholic's development. Here too one
    • ourselves as much as possible with uninteresting things, surround
    • catechisms, but by creating a social groundwork, upon which human
    • beings can come to know each other. Spiritual science is the ground of
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    • with reference to the world around us, we are clear that in
    • spirit in all the phenomena of existence around him. Without falling
    • the ground when the matter is more deeply understood. Quite apart
    • creative intelligence, and then we look at the universe around us. —
    • existence. But when we look around us and see that the things of
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    • standing on the firm ground of natural science, it is child's
    • body. There exists, however, as a certain ground work what may be
    • background. Yet there is something in us that is very alive to the
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    • physical world around him; and there is, indeed, some justification
    • the trouble really to understand the world around us.
    • all that is around him — the flowers, the sun, moon, stars, other
    • surrounding space is made free for the passage of those souls who must
    • man sees and observes in the universe around him. Today men still
    • “Man is surrounded by the physical universe and he can form no
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    • shall be saying today is not to seem groundless and incomplete, you
    • grounded in the universe. This is true, nevertheless. And if, entirely
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    • surrounding world, as they appear when we turn our attention away from
    • begin with, various kinds of soil on the surface. If you look round in
    • Jura-limestone, you can observe here in our immediate surroundings,
    • independence. The plant is tied to the ground, is connected with it,
    • You know that the air which belongs to the immediate surroundings of
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    • themselves around this starting point of our movement. If I am to
    • higher worlds. In our walks together from Weimar to Tiefurt, or around
    • man to have his feet firmly on the ground, maintain that any historian
    • is in a measure independent of the external life of surrounding
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    • before us all that surrounds us in life, that reminds us of the
    • perceiving the world around him through his eyes and other sense
    • around him through the intellect bound to the brain, nor through what
    • spiritual is present around us. But we have to bring to it what we can
    • everything else recede into the background and stating nothing that is
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    • observe the super-sensible surroundings of the being in question.
    • surroundings. He looks to see what other beings are present in the
    • desires and emotions vary according to the kind of beings who surround
    • observing his surroundings. Why should this be? It is because this
    • sees what kinds of beings surround a man there, he can, by objective
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    • an experience of being in the vast universe with no firm ground
    • feeling that a super-sensible world of an etheric nature is around
    • around is the universe, an infinite expansion, not any being anywhere
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    • particular spot looking at what is around you is the exact opposite of
    • surrounding world. But it is, however, the opposite of the prevailing
    • around and looking at yourself. So you stand at about the same point
    • begins,” and, having made the whole round, “Here it
    • time, but rather the feeling of making a round, of describing a
    • round, of being circular. A being who has never walked the earth, who
    • always think of it as a self-enclosed, round world. Such a being would
    • reason that everything around him is eternal, that nowhere is there
    • forward he sees himself surrounded by nothing but what is of a soul
    • ordinary world. In a certain sense this fear is well-grounded. These
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    • there plays with and around us what we call our destiny. In our
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    • healthy, comprehensive, all-round thinking that leads to the
    • previous understanding and grasping of these things with all-round
    • surrounds us in the sensory world shall we be able to see,
  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 1: The Four Spheres of the Inner Life
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    • immediately around us, and through science regarding what is more
    • that we are able to feel pleasure in what is around us. In a certain
    • serves thought. Thus a spiritual world is around him.
    • around us with our senses and think about what we see with our
    • around which all is ordered. If we look back on that which is now no
    • body we gaze around us; there we see the beings belonging to the
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    • everything around one in the spirit-land, spiritual beings and
    • expressed by his being enveloped by the body. He is surrounded by the
    • our brain. This wisdom is in the background; it is hidden from us
    • rebirth — when spiritual worlds and spiritual beings surround
    • us and through material objects alone having surrounded us — we
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    • in the background; and a sort of corpse of colour is the result. The
    • surrounding world, even though we consider only the physical world.
    • background of his consciousness. He would prefer not to be an earthly
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    • the right thing. Karma and the cure of illness. As nature surrounds
    • us on the physical plane, so does wisdom surround us in the
    • something out of the cosmic wisdom that surrounds us. This can only
    • spiritual world. The relation of man to the surrounding spiritual
    • surrounding nature is ours in the physical world. It is always there,
    • there surrounds us as the phenomena of nature do here. We must have
    • and our feeling that we diminish and darken the surrounding wisdom.
    • consist in our taking more and more away from the surrounding wisdom.
    • other processes of life which go on more in the background of
    • surrounds us on the physical plane, so what is spiritual,
    • wisdom-filled spirit, surrounds us in the spiritual world and is
    • surround us spiritually and they question us, not we them. They are
    • objects question us; all around us are objects questioning us.
    • a person is able to know everything, it is all round about him. The
    • such difficulty on earth, surrounds us in all its fullness and wealth
    • in the spiritual world — just as nature surrounds us here on
    • religion, Him we find through the observation of what is around us
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    • surrounded it — from outside, instead of from inside. Naturally
    • before thee is the background which, through its inner activity, is
    • the background is the spiritual part of thy physical body, this
    • will-star is in the background, there is contained within the
    • beings, which surrounded us during life and which we see at death, we
    • around us experience with us; we are born, and others, our parents,
    • world before us, and to those around us we are indeed a being who
    • us to enter into living relationship with the surrounding spiritual
    • around us spiritually; we perceive everything in a roundabout way
    • express thus: Beings surround thee on all sides but thou art becoming
    • spiritual world around thee was indeed there, thou knewest about all
    • which surges around thee beyond the shores of thine own being.
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    • spiritual darkness surrounds us. We said also that the longing for
    • we are able to produce something of value to the world around us, but
    • which are around us: in a certain way they feel that they are
    • into plants, the rest are ground up into flour for human food and for
    • which are used to form the ground-work from which other beings can
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    • which prepares the ground for it, will be impelled also to say:
    • existence. In thankfulness I bow before the ground which lies beneath
    • the facts and events of the surrounding world. This third point
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    • State must stand on its own independent ground, as the second sphere
    • ground of its idealism ... yes, that is all very well, but to-day
    • not responsible only to the world around thee but also to the
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    • question: Is not the reality which surrounds us to-day much
    • existence — as witness the fact that people are surrounded by a
    • culture should be justified on its own ground, for it reflects our
    • before birth, so are the depths of economic life a seed-ground for
    • round the country saying over and over again: “People must turn
    • spirit. And in spite of everything we see around us to-day, we should
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    • rate in the background.
    • is something man understands on its own ground, in and by itself.
    • in the surrounding sphere. We shall have instances of this during the
    • actual phenomena in their surroundings. Yet we must recognize that in
    • cosmic forces. Yet in the Nature that surrounds us they are not thus
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    • thoughts about all that, which in the physical processes around us
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    • surrounding and more peripheral cells. I must conceive the forming of
    • at the objects around you — in so far as you have healthy eyes
    • see the outlines of surrounding objects very indistinctly, as if
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    • part of the screen, making it lighter here than in the surrounding
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    • Concerning the relation of the colours to the bodies we see around us
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    • sleep and are surrounded by light, — how we unite our
    • around us. We need only compare this sensation with what we feel when
    • surrounded by darkness, and we shall find — I beg you to take
    • it may be — all around and in between the two heavenly bodies.
    • going on around us when we hear sounds. We can say to ourselves that
    • they do not know what these are! Such is the pretty round they have
    • matters of principle today, to give the necessary background. In
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    • background does when you look sharply for example at a small red
    • white ground you see the same lattice-work in green. Of course it
    • what is around it, you only see the green which is objectively
    • warmth-condition of our surroundings? We must admit, we have a very
    • you as a man-of-air converse and come to terms with the surrounding
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    • surrounding space into the vacuum inside when the conditions have
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    • explanations may be rounded off, to give you something more
    • be modifiable by a number of other factors. They now looked round
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    • surroundings, a scientist of the past might have proved with
    • you rise to Intuition, which has its ground in the Will, it is only
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 1: The World Behind the Tapestry of Sense-perceptions. Ecstasy and Mystical Experience.
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    • then has around him a new world, the world of spiritual causes and
    • It is as when, after an operation, a man hitherto blind finds around
    • immediately around him. In contemplating this world we become aware,
    • in respect of the world outspread around us, for it is precisely by
    • so forth, around him and is insensitive to ordinary sense-impressions.
    • spreads around him. For a normal man that is really the safer
    • There is also a form of ecstasy in which a man is not only surrounded
    • darkness around him. Countless human beings have already had the
    • himself from the objects around him. Fundamentally speaking, it is
    • only the Ego that can distinguish itself from surrounding objects.
    • external boundaries around man. Whether this new world is illusion or
    • only our Ego-consciousness, but still have around us a world of
    • In sleep there is no such world around us, for everything in the way
    • have around us a world of spiritual realities and spiritual beings.
    • dense darkness surrounds us — we sleep. Thus in sleep, as in
    • what is spread around him in a vast domain of space in which he
    • apathetic, having no interest in anything around us or presented in
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 2: Sleeping and Waking Life in Relation to the Planets
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    • Consciousness-Soul. During the night man moves around a kind of
    • science of the course of the Earth around the Sun and also of the
    • system and that the planets revolve around it-first the planet now
    • around it, were formed by a process of separation from the nebula
    • Tiny drops separate off and rotate around a larger drop which remains
    • diagram). The Earth revolves around the Sun
    • Moon revolves around the Earth and the planets usually called Mercury
    • and Venus are nearer to the Sun and revolve around it. I emphasise
    • the diagram indicates Mars, Jupiter and Saturn revolving around the
    • drawn around the heavenly bodies is a lemniscate,
    • the Macrocosm drives Mars around the Sun is similar to the one that
    • around the Sun is similar to the one which regulates the Sentient Soul
    • of the Moon around the Earth is due to a force similar to that which
    • force which drives Jupiter around the Sun can be likened to that which
    • the several planets round the Sun in the Macrocosm.
    • into movement, who guide the planets round the Sun and prove to be
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 3: The Inner Path Followed by the Mystic. Experience of the Cycle of the Year.
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    • the moment of waking our gaze is diverted to the external world around
    • around him; he cannot look into his inmost being.
    • around him. What is it, then, that man sees from sunrise until sunset?
    • around us exists by night, from sunset to dawn, we can perceive in a
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 4: Faculties of the Human Soul and Their Development
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    • participating in what is going on around us. In the evening we feel
    • deepest ground of his heart this feeling of thankfulness to the
    • a background. The background shows us how the forces of light and
    • What we have made of ourselves stands out from this background. Just
    • Our own inner self is portrayed as it were against this background.
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    • to feel firmer ground under our feet. In Spiritual Science, unless we
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    • sounds, and so on — vanish, and the man is surrounded by dense
    • can observe only by going round it; it has an inner and an outer side.
    • Around us, we have, firstly, the physical world. The physical body of
    • darkness around us. That, of course, is true, but the point is that it
    • everything round about us contains the forces which have created us.
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    • have solid ground beneath us. But when in his life of soul a man comes
    • would be there within the Macrocosm. He has around him spiritual
    • outside us, for we have been formed out of the world that surrounds
    • in the kingdoms surrounding him here on the physical plane. Here he
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 8: Mirror-images of the Macrocosm in Man. Rosicrucian Symbols.
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    • Ego, in its substantiality, is also always present around us. What the
    • Man is always surrounded by a spiritual cloud of this nature. The Ego
    • ask ourselves: How is it that on waking we are suddenly surrounded
    • brought me a step forward? — There are grounds for a man to feel
    • comparison what is achieved in later life. There are good grounds for
    • round the globe in order to make progress through the acquisition of
    • Two serpent forms, one light and one dark, wind around a vertical
    • world around us, so do the spiritual sense-organs exist in order to
    • as eyes, nerves and brain hold back the other worlds that are around
    • the symbols and pictures; then we have black darkness around us.
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    • of what is around him in the immediate present. He sees the things
    • around him, makes his observations, forms his ideas. He can
    • is connected with the space immediately around us, this memory,
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    • environment, we perceive the plant-world all around us. A plant
    • the Sun to the Earth, whereas the plants around us today are dependent
    • there are good grounds for saying that man is always developing, that
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    • science of spirit, but on the other it takes the ground away
    • ground for all super-sensible investigation. The science of
    • does and wish to take the ground away from under its feet. We
    • the ground away from the science of spirit
    • something that surrounds the human being in his existence
    • roots in the ground. The tree cannot be seen entirely, for the
    • roots are in the ground. The tree is then dug up in order to
    • been taken out of the ground. The tree has to wither away, and
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    • think about anything that is around us, and in really dreamless
    • what surrounds us. — What is
    • feet firmly on the ground
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    • still and that the sun and the stars move round it. We know
    • today that the earth circles around the sun at a tremendous
    • souls the losing of the ground under their feet (for if we no
    • longer stand on an earth that stands still, we lose the ground
    • even able to feel the warmth of our surroundings. On the
    • subdued, only here it is the other way round: whereas the human
    • world around us. We acquire real spiritual knowledge of the
    • for what is around us, then we have the kind of love which is
    • completely taken up into the objects around us.
    • when it stands upon its own ground. But moral ideals arise out
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    • has merely within the human soul. In the world around us we can
    • feeling of soaring without physical ground under his feet, with a
    • the world around us by forming thoughts about our surroundings. In ordinary,
    • the phenomena of the world around us. Whereas in ordinary life we see
    • external world is around us, but after the development of the
    • is the life by which we are surrounded. Occult development is a step from
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    • will, are revealed to men. The whole period which surrounded the
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    • what surrounds us in the kingdom of nature. But these concepts grow
    • surrounding man in nature; how it then tries to raise itself above
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    • contract was felt between man and surrounding nature because one bore
    • which, in that case, have an inner relationship to what surrounds man
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    • I place it firmly on the ground. When I lounge around and doze
    • faster; you start to run, to turn yourself, to dance around. Suppose
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    • religious dogma, he really had no ground at all for his assertion of
    • Today, however, we are surrounded and overwhelmed by the world view
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    • and so forth in the surrounding world. Certainly, in earlier times,
    • looking around inside for whatever it was that, as an effect of the
    • man feels himself separated from the things around him.
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    • in the surrounding world. Locke called primary everything that
    • that he saw around him. It is important to see this scientific
    • development since the Fifteenth Century against the background of
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    • At that time, around the beginning of the Seventeenth Century, a
    • and by letting the planets move in circles around the sun, and by
    • planet around its fixed star. Indeed, even in Kepler's
    • that it is a matter of indifference whether I run or the ground
    • merely external observation whether he is running or the ground
    • which is trying to pull the ground from under
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    • and is now changed around to be fitted back into man. The more
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    • discussed to that in a certain sense the picture will be rounded
    • walk around on the corpses of what existed in the beginning. But in
    • distinguished, thus they can play around with words and even juggle
    • technology that surrounds him on all sides. He looks out on it and
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    • not noticed that the same impossible grounds are taken as in the
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    • instance, that the ground work for our modern thermometry was laid. It
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    • while it is expanding, does not give off heat to its surroundings,
    • the gaseous body, namely the completely surrounding boundary.
    • gas but contracting the walls all around, you must use pressure. You
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    • always surrounded. I must remind you that this outer air surrounding
    • so far as we are men moving around in space, we are ourselves this
    • groundwork for what will follow.
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    • round out the series of facts that lead us to our goal. It is not
    • will around the three angles. There is an unfolding of action
    • around three angles as shown by the motion of the hand or by walking,
    • produced passed over in all directions on its surroundings.
    • liquid need not be enclosed by a vessel surrounding it completely, but
    • case of a solid, we have that all around the body which occurs in the
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    • case, verify the phenomena and thus round out our survey and lead to
    • it will be necessary for us to consider the forces on and around the
    • must be confined all around except on the liquid surface. It
    • around and is striving to escape in every direction
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    • everywhere. As earth men you have solids around you that have in some
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    • immediately around me? Can I conceive of the matter otherwise than in
    • a closed system, that it enters into a struggle with its surroundings
    • it is not possible to get around what I presented to you yesterday in
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    • surroundings at the beginning of our experiments by
    • heat to his surroundings. This in turn involves a smaller or greater
    • other end of the series around and thrust it in here. I can picture it
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    • the space around it and the mercury readjusts itself to equilibrium in
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    • acts on our earth we must think of as localized in the planets around
    • We can put the matter in this way. Our space as it surrounds us
    • You can see, my friends, how everywhere around you something old is
    • surrounds us (in the cosmos) then we will make progress.
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    • say they are right to a certain extent; for mostly the grounds on
    • etheric organism is the background of the soul's experience. We have a
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    • of their cosmic surroundings as they were with the processes of their
    • an echo in some people specially inclined to it. The world around him
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    • the world surrounding man, which is active, but a copy of this world.
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  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture I: Rosicrucian Esotericism
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    • Rosicrucians were those who gathered around a significant individuality
    • daily round of their duties. Rosicrucian theosophy is not there for
    • an Egyptian incarnation, surrounded by the gigantic pyramids and mysterious
    • surrounds it today! For as long as the earth has something new to display
    • the earth. Just as human beings are surrounded by an aura, so, too,
    • in the sun. Zarathustra beheld the sun surrounded by an aura he called
    • is surrounded by intensely active, powerful forces belonging to the
    • child it still extends far beyond the physical body, especially around
    • outside the child, surrounding the head, and was entirely primitive.
    • This was surrounded by a body of light from which the etheric body gathered
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    • Soul in the World around Us
    • observed among the physical kingdoms around us, is that of the minerals,
    • planet upon which plant life unfolds is surrounded by collective life
    • space is void of soul, black, but round about and outside it luminosity
    • and playing around it. This is the astral life, which brings about the
    • new, the astral element, spreads over and plays around it but never
    • within it what hovers around the plant. When what hovers around the
    • plant, the astral element, surrounds the whole earth. It is the collective
    • as though embedded in an etheric world and has its etheric body around
    • the three kingdoms of the world surrounding us and their connection
    • in himself, the product of all that surrounds him. What we have discovered
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    • around us. Today we will study the nature and being of man himself in
    • the first kingdom that surrounds us, that of the minerals. What immediately
    • has within him everything that is out-spread around him but which he
    • around man as many worlds as he has organs to perceive them. If he has
    • make use of his physical senses, he becomes aware of the world around
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    • of the kamaloka period the human being consists of the ego and around
    • the space concerned; the space is hollowed out and round-about the mineral
    • round about it. The crystal cube presents itself to the clairvoyant
    • wind and weather. We experience in pictures or images around us
    • what we formerly experienced inwardly; it is now the airy sphere around
    • of the elements surrounding it; everything physical in us has been created
    • by the surrounding world. Similarly, in Devachan the spiritual organs
    • the elements around him builds for himself a kind of spirit organism.
    • time for the reincarnation has come, man surrounds himself first of
    • especially around the head projects outwards. It cannot then mould the
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    • This is a groundless fear, for maternal and paternal love assume a higher
    • child has around it, and what he is allowed to do. If you were never
    • that is around the child. While there is activity, the organs develop.
    • a maternal astral sheath around him until puberty in his fourteenth
    • and into the daily round of life. The value of theosophy is that the
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    • physical heart. It is a marvellous structure, holding its ground all
    • these stages are called rounds and globes.
    • remained; part of it went out and surrounded the basic mass. Firstly,
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    • mineral in character. This formed the ground of Old Moon; it was a kind
    • on a mineral ground, on Old Moon it was semi-solid, semi-fluid ground, a
    • on Old Moon, a kingdom that was at the same time half-living. The ground
    • soil as they are today but in the half-living ground of the planet.
    • On Old Moon man absorbed warmth from the warmth around him and emitted
    • again into globules that circle round the central globule. In this way
    • and retarded beings produced the moon circling around it. In all the
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    • hardly distinguishable outwardly from the surrounding sub-stance. The
    • it to the primordial spiritual ground of the world. Because man had
    • around them was maya, illusion; the spiritual world alone was real and
    • must be made here to a deep, occult background. Think of the Greek temple
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    • in spiritland (Devachan) the soul felt that everything around it was
    • as Ahura Mazdao, as the innermost core, the primordial ground of all
    • able to perceive what was around them, to feel united in the realm of
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture X: On Karma, Reincarnation and Initiation
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    • of sensory impressions although he is surrounded by a material world?
    • nothing of the spiritual world that is all around him and into which
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    • from the sorrows and joys of life, from all that surrounds us in
    • attained when man crawls humbly on the ground as does the Serpent,
    • receive it when like the Serpent, he goes horizontally on the ground
    • transmutation as Spiritual Alchemy — then the space around him
    • surrounded in his dwellings by that which hangs as gold upon the
    • walls. All that is around him is the gold. On the one hand he is a
    • man of knowledge and on the other a useful man. Thus he has around
    • This it is which surrounds man in his strivings; this it is with
    • lower forces of nature will no longer spring up around him in their
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    • festival around 1800. The festival itself, however, is ancient, even
    • momentarily. Our universe is so firmly and harmoniously grounded that
    • that streams into the future of mankind. We see it surrounded by the
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    • the people, around them at the midnight hour and endeavored to divulge
    • the medieval saga of the Emperor Barbarossa who, surrounded by the
    • that sun myths are crystallized around the lives of all the great
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    • Beginst to wrap me round with gladness thrilling,
    • All round me is a Paradise appearing.
    • Shedding sweet coolness round us even when fleeing!
    • perceive the world around him filled with spiritual qualities, with
    • spiritual beings, to behold the world of the spirit around him in
    • the surrounding space grew brighter. Those who saw this knew that the
    • sun. Then around the earth-disc, at the outer edge, rainbow colors
    • the midnight hour, when the world around rests in deepest darkness.
    • myths also. The Ravens of Wotan, the Ravens who fly around the
    • memory of Atlantis still lives. For Atlantis was not surrounded by
    • were not seen clearly in the sky, but were surrounded by a rainbow,
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    • sight can do something similar with regard to Nature around us. Just
    • world lying around us. What is meant by perceiving the whole world
    • forget all else that we know in life and all that is around us in
    • this from the bursting forth of the green all around me. I begin to
    • works on our senses because we are underground, if we allow all this
    • pulverizing, drifting, gathering vapors, are surrounding and bathing
    • ground, draw forth from the ground. You see, ordinary physical science
    • blossom. He recognizes around the young sprouting plant, changing,
    • surrounding space and penetrate downwards; they do not, like the
    • from above downwards, and draw forth the plants from the ground. So,
    • earth may become visible to the outer surrounding world, to the
    • that that which floats round the plants is the same as is present in
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    • longer unconscious, but has then around him — not the physical
    • consisting of higher spirits which hover round the earth-planet and
    • stands firmly on the ground that one esteems oneself for nothing but
    • normal consciousness, we can see in the background as it were, the
    • its planetary body, which is the ground on which we stand; but this
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    • connection with the world around them, another condition of
    • 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
    • certain place, we are surrounded by all sorts of things which call
    • what surrounds man in the spiritual world, and is, as it were, around
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    • condition in which he has nothing at all around him of what he
    • around him, the world of the Third Hierarchy and its offspring. The
    • voluntarily, and in which he perceives what is around him in the
    • see behind the beings around him in the external world, the spiritual
    • which appears lifeless, dead, and which we see around as a mineral
    • world surrounding us, in so far as the world around us has
    • qualities described to-day, to everything around us in nature which
    • besides the form in the beings around us in nature. We know indeed,
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    • physical gaze, all that rules within and around it, as beings of the
    • and then think of it as surrounded and permeated by a spiritual
    • having the physical as a kernel in the center, and round it the
    • movement through space and causes it to revolve around the fixed star,
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    • interprets as the path of Saturn round the Sun. We will not at present
    • Jupiter that shining body which revolves round the Sun as the second
    • around us the planetary spheres as far as the orbit of Saturn, for
    • walking on solid, firm ground — even then, in reality, you are
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    • star, but for its surrounding planets. Let us understand correctly. In
    • Apart from the fact that the fixed star is surrounded by planets, how
    • surround the fixed star in the planetary system.
    • which revolves round our earth, what forms of activity does occult
    • collect round itself all the harmful astral products, and to remove
    • streams, develops them round itself and thus takes on form. We shall
    • more and more of this around it, as it passes through the planetary
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    • this earth beneath our feet and around us, as a physical planet,
    • around you in physical life. One may have yet another impression;
    • tear plants out of the ground by the roots. The collective
    • walk about on solid ground and drive our ploughs into it. In so doing
    • process of the civilisation of our earth needs solid ground under its
  • Title: Lecture 9: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • the plants, but around them, bring about movement in the plants,
    • round and copies in the stipules the movements of the planets. This
    • popular lectures is rooted in occult foundations. How deeply grounded
  • Title: Lecture 10: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • earth and circling round the earth as moon. Thus the etheric streams
    • circling round his orbit with his tail pointing outwards. He was
    • were to take the ring of Saturn as it circles round Saturn and open it
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    • actual original ground of the fourth part of man's being, so
    • The nations surrounding the Israelites worshiped those divinities who
    • realize in what a round about way illness has its origin in the soul.
    • the background is the thought that the evolutionary force is at work
    • becomes necessary for man to take hold of what is outside and around
    • weakens thereby his ego power; he diminishes all that surrounds him of
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    • became possible for a human being to recognize God in the surrounding
    • himself surrounded by a physical sense world, but also, according to
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    • And not only that, but when we consider all that surrounds us as
    • means, one can say that only around the 20th year does man develop his
    • feel in what surrounds us the decline from the original spiritual.
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    • moment on, if we stand on the ground of the doctrine of reincarnation,
    • Cross — neither they nor those who live in their surroundings
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    • surrounding world is still a kind of dreaming; that it only gradually
    • about speaking through imitation of the surroundings. Language is the
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    • surroundings just as air does during our existence between birth and
    • interesting that the historians generally slip around the Event of
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    • respects worthy of admiration. We were taken round by a friend who is
    • had gone round with him, I met him again in the street. The next
    • you round the Law Courts in London, I should, as a barrister, have to
    • the ground from under my feet. The warmth of my heart is breaking
    • making a voyage round the world, the peculiar constitution of the
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    • objective creature who is strutting around in their midst, for true
    • help saying: Nature is round the young child too, for example. But in
    • genuinely human might be found in them, has surrounded itself with a
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    • see color. It was surrounded by a spiritual-etheric aura, just as
    • around the whole of Nature there seemed to hover a spiritual aura,
    • experience of everything around him was more intense.
    • possible to see an aura of colors around stones, plants and animals.
    • impossible! And there is supposed to be an aura of colors around
    • professors it can be the same. A millwheel is going round in their
    • He was still an entity, because he had within him what hovers around
    • atom say from the fourth or filth century going around in his brain!
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    • around them. And so he reflected: “What was it that I wanted to
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    • opened his eyes in the morning. Outside he saw Nature around him, the
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    • something quite different. It really says: Man! look around you at
    • have to be grounded on the free moral love arising from the depths of
    • look at the still undefined demands raging around us with tremendous
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    • also from time to time be able to carry tiredness around within us.
    • one could also meet on other ground those who were in the youth
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    • tremendous swing round in man's inner perception in the fourth
    • idea: There is a divine weaving streaming around the earth just as in
    • the physical world the atmosphere streams round it; and in this
    • surrounding the earth, which are graven into men as thoughts. Whereas
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    • will crowd around the teachers who are artists, because there they
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    • consciously on the ground of the intellect or without the ideas
    • anyone who on educational grounds objects to the triviality of the
    • him what it is when we surround a point by a circle. Let us call up
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    • whatever to do with the surrounding world.
    • our tongue, and perhaps round our tongue. But we lose the experience
    • firmly on the ground. The experience of Johann Gottlieb Fichte's
    • walk, the curious way he stumped his heel on the ground, is something
    • has the child lived itself into the adults around him that what he
    • different way of experiencing the surrounding world from the way of
    • complicated. If you wanted to describe the whole round of sympathies
    • those around them as a benediction. There are such human beings. If
    • acts but through their being, have become a blessing to those around
    • blessing to the world around them. It can be expressed concisely by
    • heads but it is woven around us everywhere. We are guided by concepts
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    • raying cosmic forces that are working around the head of Pallas
    • the material world comprehensible to the human soul by the roundabout
    • into the ground during the winter. But nobody thinks about the fate
    • of intellectualism that spreads itself around us, and within which
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    • we must feel the full intensity of being surrounded by a thinking
    • what occurs nowhere else in the earthly world around us. He takes in
    • the foodstuffs from the surrounding world. He takes them from the
    • gain ground that the picture of Michael overcoming the dragon is not
    • the experience of being surrounded by the picture of Michael,
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    • background of the symptoms which we may observe in our surroundings.
    • surroundings have arrived at the fourth stage of our evolution.
    • interpenetrating one another. Just as the atmosphere surrounds and
    • everything else, in the realm which the Form Spirits, around us and
    • your head and the surrounding world.
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    • is surrounded by Luciferic beings. The fact that the human being
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    • in the surrounding atmosphere. We must realize that this atmosphere
    • by living in the surroundings of the eighth sphere we live together
    • the corresponding surroundings of this sphere.
    • super-sensible in the immediate surroundings, and which does not
    • conscious of the super-sensible in the immediate surroundings of the
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    • of last week I should like today to prepare the ground for what I
    • surroundings. You can only remember what you have thought.
    • same time I look at my outer surroundings: my thinking, my visualizing
    • does not properly fit this outer surrounding world. — this shade
    • consciousness what he may learn from his surroundings. He only takes
    • of consciousness within us. During the day, we walk around with a
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    • an earlier time, around the middle of the fifteenth century; but it
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture VI: The Ancient Yoga Culture and the New Yoga Will.
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    • Man's moral individuality was, as it were, aurically perceived around
    • present in the human soul mood, for the fourth period ends only around
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    • impressions of the events taking place around them. To sleep through
    • Through perception and thinking we learn to know a world around us
    • always around us; we are surrounded also by those being who live
    • objects are around him, but he does not perceive them. The fact that
    • regard to all that he cannot perceive in his surroundings. Guidance by
    • of feeling and willing in which the dead surround us. It is a sleeping
    • falling asleep and awakening as regards the physical objects around
    • thoughts surrounding us. If a human being can be sufficiently
    • were hovering around him, then the dead understand these thoughts.
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    • spiritual background of existence. Such lack of interest is closely
    • spiritual background, clairvoyant vision shows that it was the spirit
    • the beginning of the forties, around 1840, 1941, count back: 1879,
    • upon to take this fact on its true background, then they do not
    • is always around us like the air, and in which the so-called dead
    • This is part of the background of historical development. I should
    • like very much, indeed, to throw light from this background upon much
    • that lies in the foreground; but you will appreciate the reasons why
    • present, seen from the background I have just described.
    • proper background. And if the spiritual researcher then describes this
    • background, the outer events will corroborate all the more what has,
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    • physician, thoroughly grounded in science, an excellent pupil
    • guests along the street when a cab came around the corner
    • that Freud has placed in the foreground.
    • when the spirits began to roam around here on earth. Wagner's
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    • consciousness, but are everywhere, that we are surrounded
    • by effective mental activity as we are surrounded by air,
    • surroundings or relations, but in a realm where thoughts rule,
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    • believes that she recalls events surrounding Mary Magdalene,
    • you, must note objects around you, excluding however that which
    • we may look around a little in our lives. That is a useful
    • us — but the universal life-ether surrounding us serves
    • which projects itself outward and is built up around him in
    • people who are settled around the volcano. Both judgments
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    • eye surrounded by a sort of yellow glow; we see it enclosed
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    • into the surrounding world gives the astral and etheric
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    • itself in the physical surrounding world, is connected with a further
    • direct powers of perception: Around us is a spiritual world. We live
    • single person come to the foreground more and more.
    • error of saying: So and so many rounds, globes, races, etc., and it
    • all goes on revolving round again and again in the same manner.*
    • of rounds, globes, races, etc., should always revolve again. It is a
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    • without our perceiving, for instance the astral body winding round a
    • ancient observer saw the flower and the astral body round it —
    • into the world around. I will observe what reveals itself in the air,
    • developed their ancient connection with the surrounding world. They
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    • round the personality of Jesus of Nazareth, of the Solomon and Nathan
    • house-like, could surround a being. One could not utter the
    • through all mysteries in a secret way which transpired around Jesus, a
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    • That is the essential point round which everything revolves in
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    • around him, but would immediately feel in himself the Beings of
    • round with us is ourselves, is no cleverer than to hold your
    • that we see round us with our eyes, or that we hear with our
    • ears all that we perceive around us with all our senses, will,
    • that the atoms and forces around us are the eternal. They are
    • To-day a man may think that, with reference to the world around
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    • applied to it. Intelligence is a network which is spun around things
    • something, you can weave around it with your intelligence. When the
    • higher occult wisdom teaches you something, you can also weave around
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    • To begin with, life at the Court in Worms revolves round three heroes:
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    • was in the surroundings of Saturn as the air is in the surrounds of
    • was luminous. There was, as it were, an airy sheath surrounding the
    • finer stuff, the Akasha. The space around us is continuously filled
    • earth revolves around the sun, that Mercury and Venus, as sisters of
    • spiritual center around which the sun, and with it our earth and all
    • was only then able to see himself when he saw other objects around
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    • our souls schematically against the background of human development.
    • mist surrounded Atlantis. When you picture to yourself how mist
    • present body to shape itself, the human being had to be surrounded by
    • life in vessels. Not only were they surrounded by a watery, misty
    • limitless sublimity surrounds these primal records when we immerse
    • materials around you today, you will find that they exist in various
    • parts had densified sufficiently so that a kind of firm ground like
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    • in any way concealed, stands as a duality. Thereby we acquire ground
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    • hand is surrounded by the signs of our planets — Saturn, Sun,
    • which they expressed all things that are around us today. It is they
    • grouping of the five group souls, the four of man around the great
    • symbol of the perfect creation, the many coloured rainbow surrounds
    • true for the moon that revolves around the earth. These movements are
    • Strange as it may seem, when the seals are hung around a room in
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    • physical globe surrounded by moons. What was seen by the man of
    • catastrophe, sweep round the spaces of the world seeing everywhere
    • everything is surrounded by aura or fog. The fog lifts and disperses,
    • beings surrounding the star was kept and guarded in the holy
    • spiritual beings were spoken of which surround the spheres of the
    • ellipse and let the planets rotate within it, and spin round
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    • always surrounded by spiritual activities and by spiritual entities.
    • of the phenomena of the world surrounding us, one was always referred
    • the knowledge and understanding of all life, then we must look around
    • surrounds man in the world was then referred back to the so-called
    • Let us now look around at our world: we see solid rocks, flowing
    • How are those spiritual, divine beings who surround us able to
    • life of bewitchment. We can say looking around us: ‘These
    • beings, whom we have to thank for all the things that surround us,
    • surroundings into you. Let us take it that the man staring at the
    • which are around him, and then leaves them as they are, as they have
    • bewitched into our surroundings and who must be released again —
    • which are everywhere around us was well known, how it was also known
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    • either cold or warm without having to touch our surroundings, as in
    • from the objects around me. The Spirits of Personality would have
    • all the smoke which was around them, they had taken it into
    • surrounding world. Inhalation: — the Sun's night,
    • of exhalation. Light is then shed around, but at the same time the
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    • should take on form from his surroundings, (for the eggs that were
    • formed there were constructed out of the surroundings of Saturn) and
    • the surrounding universe the Thrones concentrated on one point in
    • Thus, all round the globe of the ancient Sun, we have the approaching
    • surrounded by its atmosphere, so was the ancient Sun surrounded by
    • spiritual region which surrounded the ancient Sun longer than they
    • Sun-ball. Round about it were the Cherubim sending down their
    • Thus, we find, spread abroad in space surrounding
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    • active from the surrounding circumference of the Universe. You have
    • environment of Saturn. Still other Beings were around ancient Saturn,
    • imagine Saturn as a giant globe of warmth, surrounded by circles of
    • see the first threefold Hierarchy surrounding it, where then are the
    • The Sun remains in the middle, and the others rotate around it. They
    • round, and the demonstrator shows it to pupils — sometimes
    • fog which in its rotation loosened the Planets around it, like those
    • cannot assume that that mass of gas began to whirl round of itself.
    • Beings who surround it, and who acquired their faculties in earlier
    • the Sun, and the others formed the Moon revolving around it.
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    • stood in the centre of our system, and that the planets coursed round
    • that the planets circle around it, in their respective ellipses. But
    • the planets turn around it; but he made a calculation, and this
    • Neptune should move with their moons as the other moons move around
    • You must look on the earth as the Starting Point surrounded by a
    • the Sun; around it turns Venus; further
    • around it circles Mercury. Then the Moon turns round the earth. Then
    • Jupiter revolves around it, then Saturn. You must think of the
    • physical movements a of each planet revolving round the Sun; but you
    • Moon revolve round it. These are Earth, Venus, Mercury, according to
    • Hierarchies hold sway. It was then revealed that around the Earth, up
    • use the physical system as a foundation, one gets around the earth up
    • immediate surroundings of the earth up to the Moon, are the Angels.
    • think of the whole surrounding space from the earth up to the Moon,
    • traverse the surrounding air and that which lies beyond it up to the
    • to live in the surroundings of the earth had to come down so as to
    • surrounding realms of the earth to which they belonged and incarnated
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    • short, all that surrounds us as the water, fire, and air of the
    • on all his surroundings. Such Lemurians did not appear different from
    • surroundings. To-day, there is nothing to compare to the obedience,
    • those, who are acquainted with the surroundings of the earth, and not
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    • feeing of opposition; but if one is firmly grounded in Occultism one
    • even though they did not surround it so compactly as they did in the
    • around ancient Saturn we must think of the Thrones, Cherubim and
    • for these three groups of Beings form a circle around the ancient
    • Saturn mass. Through this, those forms originated around it which we
    • Egg forms. Opposed to it we find the soul warmth, spread around it,
    • Each of them circles round, and comes in turn under the influence of
    • spot, then wanders round the circle and is stopped when it returns to
    • warmth-substance, gaseous-air substance. Now, from the surrounding
    • the surrounding spirits — the Spirits of Wisdom and the
    • the ancient Sun. The balls which now begin to circle round it, are
    • in the production of new balls, which, after circling round, covered
    • looks blue in the middle and around it there is a kind of radiance. I
    • if one saw a globe of gas with a sort of ring of dust around it; it
    • formed, and become differentiated from the surrounding much thinner
    • given. Then what was on the circumference moved round and returned to
    • around its circumference..
    • only possible because once again from the surrounding circumference
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    • formed; it acquires a sort of girdle, which does not surround the
    • around.
    • like an external belt around the heavens, with the stars shining
    • as we have it, has really the form of a bean; it is not round, as is
    • usually accepted, and the belt is drawn around as a distant equator.
    • first to paint such a belt around it, with red if you like. One would
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    • surrounding space also took part in it as you know. But just as all
    • system, those who are sending in their influence from surrounding
    • spaces. As some of the surrounding Beings withdrew, so did also some
    • We stand at the central point of the world. Everything around us
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    • not illuminate the objects round us; our intellect fails if asked to
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    • body exposes himself to the spiritual world around him. This world
    • possibility of letting all interests in the surrounding world die
    • begins to shine around us, that the spiritual world around us is
    • water and in what surrounds us in the different realms of nature.
    • surroundings. We find that they consist of the four outer principles
    • element, fire. Of these elements the things which physically surround
    • composed. And we know that behind what physically surrounds us there
    • surrounded by darkness because he does not see the spiritual world
    • which then surrounds him. This darkness increases gradually, reaches
  • Title: The East in the Light of the West: Lecture III
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    • seer as a kind of aura or cloud-like formation around the physical
    • injustice, sees the pang of conscience surrounding him in remarkable
    • can be seen in sharp outline hovering round a man, and wild thoughts
    • perceives astral forms around human beings, and the ancestors of this
    • he wanted to change, to transform the images surrounding him. As soon
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    • surrounding us is a richly constituted spiritual world, just as there
    • surrounds us today. The outer forms of the minerals, the plants, the
    • appearance more or less similar to that which we see around us today.
    • Spiritual beings can be perceived behind everything surrounding us in
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    • phenomena surrounding him; the sense world is placed before him by
    • outwards to the veil of the surrounding world. There were initiates
    • of cosmic powers surrounding him, and is fashioned according to the
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    • beings visible around me to spiritual sight from the etheric world
    • in the surrounding world, a word which is not in contact with the ‘I’
    • relationship to the surrounding spiritual world (to this clairvoyant
    • made its appearance in several places. The group gathering round
    • no solid ground, but everywhere would have encountered the thick
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    • permeated by our whole surroundings; and by the divine spiritual
    • had to come to pass before those who surrounded the Christ could say
    • Lucifer as a cosmic being in the world around him. From having been a
    • extent severed from the whole surroundings than formerly was the
    • which he is surrounded by circumstances which could be better; but
    • because of his inner soul life being severed from his surroundings he
    • relation to light. The light surrounding us has not only its external
    • from what went on around men of that time; so that they perceived the
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    • to collect out of the surrounding world experiences which are hidden
    • ego-centre, having seven or nine members around it, all of which are
    • and so on are gathered together and grouped around his Ego, so were
    • the Muses grouped around Apollo. What was said in connection with
    • looked all around him at the cosmic totality of the thought of the
    • around himself an etheric, cosmic net, wove it out of the thoughts of
    • it were, around his throne, and who are his messengers. The
    • as a tapestry of light around him, to be breathed in. He was
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    • time. We understand the world which surrounds us primarily in terms
    • time; it runs its course in time. That which surrounds us externally
    • seven Sages. But Christ is surrounded by twelve Apostles in whom we
    • life on earth through the Christ principle. To love what is around us
    • rather is He a Being Who works upon the Bodhisattvas who surround Him
    • surroundings, for the teachings to spring forth. He is not only a
    • gathered round Him those who spread Gospels and teachings concerning
    • document exists written by Christ Himself, but that teachers surround
    • took place, and that there Manes gathered round him three mighty
    • Zarathustra who was wearing a physical body at that time. Around
    • Manes was this council, himself in the centre and around him
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: I. The Position of Anthroposophy in Relation to Theosophy and Anthropology.
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    • to the ground; it fails to employ all the faculties at the
    • individual phenomena. Anthropology remains on the ground, takes its
    • examining only what is on the ground, so to speak. Important matters
    • sense of touch: “feeling around for something.” In this
    • relation to its surroundings may be regarded unhesitatingly as
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: II. Supersensible Processes in the Activities of the Human Senses.
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    • bestowed upon him, so to speak, by the surrounding outer spiritual
    • If you maintain that a plant has a sense on the grounds that it
    • completely surrounded by water, and although he was not filled with
    • exists between ourselves and our surroundings. We experience
    • our surroundings are at a low temperature we let warmth flow into
    • substance as well, but this is forced out into the surrounding world
    • into his surroundings. The Archangels play a far more important role
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: III. Higher Senses, Inner Force Currents and Creative Laws in the Human Organism.
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    • and to surrounding nature, to the whole world. We have ascended to
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: IV. Supersensible Currents in the Human and Animal Organizations.
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    • and the general background, we ask in what manner these forces
    • must permeate him just as it does what surrounds him. The two
    • constantly around the earth, as they did around the old Moon. They
    • don't remain in one spot but move around the earth retaining their
    • their ground, but had to yield to those who had migrated properly and
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: I. The Elements of the Soul Life.
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    • close the circle that takes us in a roundabout way back to our
    • life, around which, indeed, our everyday soul life is built, is that
    • nothing of all this; your surroundings are of no consequence; yet
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: II. Action and Interaction of the Human Soul Forces.
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    • life playing around its hero, its ego. Hidden in our soul life is
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: III. At the Portals of the Senses.
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    • Peace, all around me and within! The tireless cares
    • This dazzling brightness that enwraps you round;
    • a visualization entering the web of your soul, when you surround it
    • important for the health of the soul life to surround our
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: IV. Consciousness and the Soul Life.
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    • but without turning around; you cannot see them. Under what
    • conditions can you see them without turning around? When you hold up
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: II. Truth and Error in the Light of the Spiritual World.
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    • the spirit, on the ground that it does not enter the world in which
    • d'être in the world that surrounds us. Truth has
    • They could not get around this contradiction. It was
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: IV. Laws of Nature, Evolution of Consciousness and Repeated Earth Lives.
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    • the world, at a certain point of time and space, surrounded by all
    • learn to know the world. We find that in view of all that surrounds
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    • The man of to-day confronts Nature around him as a stranger. He is far
    • “Nature! — we are surrounded and embraced by her; we cannot draw back
    • representative, the symbol of the Word Creative in Nature around us,
    • gathered around them their truest disciples, those who were the
    • “Nature! we are surrounded and embraced by thee ...” it is quite
  • Title: Lecture: Signs and Symbols of the Christmas Festival
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    • Shedding this fragrant coolness round us fleeing.
    • Build with stones in the lifeless ground,
    • he saw the world around him filled with spirit, with spiritual Beings;
    • he beheld the world of spirit around him, radiant with light and
    • resounded through the space around them. Hearing these tones, the
    • surrounding space grew brighter. Again the pupils knew: the black disc
    • ring, rainbow colours appeared around the earth-disc and those who saw
    • appears at the midnight hour, when the world around lies at rest in
    • German sagas and myths: the Ravens of Wotan, the Ravens who fly around
    • new leaves burst ever and again. But within the flaming ring around
    • immemorial. In the Middle Ages it was still in the fore ground
    • lives. For Atlantis was not surrounded by pure air. Vast cloud-masses
    • moved over the land, like those to be seen to-day clustering around
    • the heavens — they were surrounded by rainbows — by the sacred Iris.
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    • background, but all the dogmatic definitions handed down to us as
    • all around them were reflected in their souls, should receive
    • lantern-lights gathered around the new-born child, they spoke of how
    • Lord shone round about them: and they were sore afraid."
  • Title: Lecture: The Proclamations to the Magi and the Shepherds
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    • only of his own life but also of the universe around him. His attitude
    • had a far more living awareness of the world around him than is
    • the earth, I gaze out into the universe, beholding all that is around
    • knowledge of the world around him, while he is unfolding the impulses
  • Title: Lecture: On The Three Magi
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    • of Manas somewhere around the middle of the Lemurian epoch, was
    • Earth-Round, men may be likened to fishes, in the sense that their own
  • Title: Lecture: The Revelation of the Cosmic Christ
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    • centre around which Christendom coheres. The feeling that lived in the
    • and love to gather together at Christmas around the sinless Child in
    • there among the animals who stand round the blessed Mother. It is a
    • that the forces around them in a purely spiritual environment were
    • Build with stones in the lifeless ground,
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ Within Us
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    • around it by its owner. He is shown the gallery which contains a
    • What, in reality, is the earth that surrounds us, when we perceive its
    • of soul. The earth around us, despite its manifold beauties, has been
    • as we are surrounded by the earth, we confront death; we are
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 1: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • to begin. It was a crystallising point around which were woven the
    • example of the Furies, when men had avenging beings around them but
    • he must not look around him; for that would mean inner death; —
    • surrounded by twelve Bodhisattvas; we cannot indeed speak of more than
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 2: The Law of Karma with Respect to the Details of Life
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    • in ordinary life, in the everyday life around us, — though we
    • activity. Those feelings were pushed into the background. The time,
    • those around them. There is no need for them to say anything
    • the souls around them. Through their very nature they radiate a
    • these things can pass over into and become part of life's daily round;
    • quality, we must set to work in a roundabout way. We must not try to
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 3: The Entrance of the Christ-Being into the Evolution of Humanity
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    • desires knowledge of the world around him, be able to fall into error,
    • surrounding all things, flowers, plants, stones, etc. As regards this
    • beings around us. ‘Blessed will be those who hunger and thirst
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    • develop something which we must pour forth into our surroundings and
    • might experience the Christ in the atmosphere around the earth, and
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 5: Correspondences Between the Microcosm and the Macrocosm
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    • and walks upright and can gaze out into space around him. Man alone is
    • around him. This fact is immeasurably more important than all those
    • the ground of Spiritual Science, we can build a bridge between that
    • little understanding of the deep occult background of cometary life.
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    • drove him to spiritual vision, and he saw around him figures, the
    • surrounded by beings who feed on them. These are the beings whom
    • Æschylos, the great Greek dramatist, depicts around Orestes. What we
    • in himself. So in Asia the ground was prepared for the coming of
    • on his own ground as an individual person. In Greece we still find the
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 7: The Further Development of Conscience
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    • world around him with understanding, become aware of one thing. He
    • That is the nucleus round which the whole subject turns; truly one
    • then falls to the ground. Whether this is right or not is not the
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    • visions. The appearance of a whole host of visions around us need be
    • the Hierarchies, on the visions that surround us. Therefore, the
    • working on the mist that surrounds us; they shine upon this mist as
    • number of memories of our life before death with us. They surround us
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    • it is to recognize one's surroundings. On reaching the stage
    • this realm and of the visionary images of beings surrounding us.
    • as Lucifer. The sensation in the Sun is not one of being surrounded
    • but outside in your surroundings. You would not have the feeling that
    • man. The surroundings are reflected in him, even the Godhead.
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    • dives down in the morning and finds its own inner life playing around
    • surrounding spheres as they were described in the Düsseldorf
    • around him and cannot get through it to the other beings into whose
    • True, such a soul is aware that there are beings around him, but he
    • those around Him, “In all of your there is Divinity; are you
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    • Wherever we go, in the street, in the daily round of life, every
    • surrounded from all sides by mere visions, but visions that are
    • physical plane. Here we are bound outwardly to the earth, surrounded
    • off. They cannot move beyond a sheath or shell that surrounds them.
    • we have gone beyond the Moon sphere, we are spiritually surrounded by
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    • must move around them, so to speak, and examine them from every point
    • Also after the kamaloca period the visions that surround us, and that
    • to the orbit of the moon around the earth. In the language of
    • the moon around the earth. Today I cannot go into the relative
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    • earthly life around him. He is connected with what earthly life gave
    • to the ground. One feels spiritually bound to a relationship that was
    • Something is actually there. We do not perceive it, but it is around
    • his life between death and a new birth surrounded by pictures that
    • during our Sun existence to experience in the surrounding Akasha
    • stronger forces than previously. Thus an all-around strengthening
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    • intimate meetings surrounded by such architectural forms as these is
    • importance to such surrounding forms and seek to penetrate what they
    • spiritual studies when we are surrounded by forms such as these. That
    • the different elements spread out around him. We shall now consider
    • The feeling of being here in my skin with space and surrounding
    • relation to those around him, and the same is true of the others in
    • and would move around freely. It is a special illustration of the
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    • surrounding us, to which we belong with the best part of our soul
    • it sets the surroundings, disappear from our view. Likewise, things
    • the vastness of the wisdom that surrounds us in our existence that
    • when he has surrounded himself with a physical body either to receive
    • world around him, or to dull himself. Such souls have dulled
    • what would have enabled them to perceive a spiritual world around
    • surrounding world because to him life is meaningless. To extinguish
    • extinguishing of oneself in relation to the surrounding world.
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    • in 483 surrounded by silver rays on a wonderful moonlit night,
    • Following these we go into the surroundings of our planetary system
    • beings that surround us to be beings who cannot be perceived unless
    • who had a connection with spiritual science. This is a round-about
    • surrounds him after death. A person can read an important work of
    • As a matter of fact, people know little of what surrounds them on
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    • immediate physical surroundings (unless it was in some way
    • interest in their surroundings. Then we find a third incarnation that
    • organization to be so affected by his surroundings that he goes
    • in our surroundings are only partly explained by means of the current
    • surroundings, we should permeate ourselves with the feeling that
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    • lives together with the surrounding world that impinges upon his
    • become all we see around us on earth.
    • Just as now we are surrounded by mountains, rivers, trees, animals
    • We behold ourselves from the surroundings. This process begins in the
    • that on the left near the group in the foreground a part had been
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    • enclosed within his skin, the rest is known as his surroundings, what
    • souls cannot even perceive them. A yawning chasm opens up around such
    • despair of one who lived in surroundings in which the spirit has not
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    • In the present lecture we shall have to prepare a groundwork which
    • we shall see that we need this groundwork and that without it we
    • to ourselves: “On this ground, we cannot manage to lead
    • Form. Within this realm, which is all around us, forms dominate; and
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    • the ground. Now supposing that this shoemaker, by name Jacob Boehme,
    • had gone around and said: “I will now see how the world is
    • the most ingenious grounds were brought forward for Nominalism, just
    • that. One thing is clear — there is a world spread out around
    • root. I restrict myself to what I see around me.” From the
    • Again, there may be other persons who speak as follows. Around us are
    • ground, they say, “That is gravitation!” When a magnet
    • things around us. Thus by the path of Spiritism we come through
    • I believe in the world that is spread out around me, but I do not
    • can say of the world that is spread out around us. “This is the
    • certainly have around us, but all that we believe we have in these
    • position to go all round the world and accustom ourselves to the
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    • external reality around them, and of the intrinsic qualities of
    • circle signifies that the Gnosis can move round through all twelve
    • does the world unveil its secrets. One may look all round about and
    • world is spread out all around us, and this world everywhere
    • at rest round the circle, so to speak, but we must recognize that in
    • look around, then God, Who fills the world, reveals Himself to me in
    • restricts himself only to what he can experience on or around or in
    • Mysticism, Transcendentalism, Occultism, and all this moving round
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    • unfavourable path; it veers round into the opposing configuration.
    • the work on the brain has prepared the ground for this act of
    • verification, the thought is changed round. The third standpoint must
    • much as it enlarges our all-round knowledge. Thus we can find the
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    • In the present lecture we shall have to prepare a groundwork which
    • we shall see that we need this groundwork and that without it we
    • to ourselves: “On this ground, we cannot manage to lead
    • Form. Within this realm, which is all around us, forms dominate; and
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    • the ground. Now supposing that this shoemaker, by name Jacob Boehme,
    • had gone around and said: “I will now see how the world is
    • the most ingenious grounds were brought forward for Nominalism, just
    • that. One thing is clear — there is a world spread out around
    • root. I restrict myself to what I see around me.” From the
    • Again, there may be other persons who speak as follows. Around us are
    • ground, they say, “That is gravitation!” When a magnet
    • things around us. Thus by the path of Spiritism we come through
    • I believe in the world that is spread out around me, but I do not
    • can say of the world that is spread out around us. “This is the
    • certainly have around us, but all that we believe we have in these
    • position to go all round the world and accustom ourselves to the
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    • external reality around them, and of the intrinsic qualities of
    • circle signifies that the Gnosis can move round through all twelve
    • does the world unveil its secrets. One may look all round about and
    • world is spread out all around us, and this world everywhere
    • at rest round the circle, so to speak, but we must recognize that in
    • look around, then God, Who fills the world, reveals Himself to me in
    • restricts himself only to what he can experience on or around or in
    • Mysticism, Transcendentalism, Occultism, and all this moving round
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    • unfavourable path; it veers round into the opposing configuration.
    • the work on the brain has prepared the ground for this act of
    • verification, the thought is changed round. The third standpoint must
    • much as it enlarges our all-round knowledge. Thus we can find the
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Suffering
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    • life around him, when he examines himself and tries to investigate
    • around us in the Old Testament and study the Creation story in regard
    • evaporate again. In all that surrounds us today as matter is
    • only bring the necessary Spirit to the beings around us to renew the
    • surrounds us, we shall well understand the words of a Christian
    • German philosopher says that when one looks at all Nature around one,
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    • they had seen only the surrounding world. They had only an earthly
    • for the surroundings and love for the self. And the self-love was bad
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    • free of the wood and then to consume the mother-ground from which it
    • enters into a mutual relation with the nature all around him. If you
    • each of man's organs and what is around him in nature; we need only
    • touch here on ground where it is difficult for educated men of today
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Nature and Significance of Karma in the Personal and Individual, and in Humanity, the Earth and the Universe
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    • we have just summed up in a few words, and then looks around him to
    • around us, it is necessary, if an effect is to follow a cause, that
    • be driven into the background. But after a time a certain resistance
    • boredom and discontent with its surroundings.
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    • the working of spiritual life and can only judge by what surrounds him
    • freeing himself from the beings which live around him in the lower
    • kingdoms of nature around us, and see in them something which had to
    • should now be obliged to hover around the earth because our
    • Thus in the animal kingdom surrounding us we see something that we
    • off our worst to the animals, and they stand around us as tokens of how
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karma in Relation to Disease and Health
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    • material expression has its spiritual background, and for the welfare
    • of humanity this spiritual background has to be sought. Those,
    • such as some detrimental influence in the ground, insufficient light,
    • instance how, if you cut a plant, it tries to grow round the injured
    • part, and to get round what then interferes with and injures it. We
    • activity of the etheric body of the plant is much intensified round
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Curability and Incurability of Diseases in Relation to Karma
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    • the ideas of karma and karmic connections in life have gained ground
    • gradually gained ground that forms of disease could be strictly
    • then saw the world around him through Lucifer. His vision of the
    • surrounded and framed in by a calcareous matter with a tissue which is
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    • that during the state of sleep we are surrounded by a spiritual world,
    • just as in the waking state we are surrounded by things and facts of
    • spiritual things surrounding us at the present stage of human
    • consciously into the world which surrounds us between going to sleep
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Forces of Nature, Volcanic Eruptions, Earthquakes and Epidemics in Relation to Karma
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    • fitted them for their present task as spiritual beings which surround
    • regular course of the planets round the Sun, through the changes of
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karma of the Higher Beings
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    • around us can be understood quite clearly if we consider from a
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Free Will and Karma in the Future of Human Evolution
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    • upon the entire conditions of the universe surrounding it. We can then
    • the specialised forms of matter around us. Every single substance, be
    • organism through the soul. In the three kingdoms around us, therefore,
    • And what in man has been defiled is spread around him in all its
    • surrounding world, man can be helped from two different sides: on the one
    • surrounding nature, which now appears to us as the world, that which
    • but also because our surroundings are so intimately connected with
    • We either draw the remedies out of our surroundings, out of the
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Individual and Human Karma. Karma of the Higher Beings.
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    • attainment of the goal of earthly humanity. If you look around you,
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    • thunder, rumbling in the underground of existence.
    • Seek me in grounds of worlds where souls
    • The words are turned around from what they
    • saying here while he prowls around. He meets us in his more serious
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    • lawful rule of Ahriman. In what surrounds us as external nature,
    • phantoms drift around in the physical world disturbing the universal
    • world. So we see these people running around with their opinions,
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    • and happenings around me. I will have to thrust it all out of my
    • creeping around there as independent beings, can hurt us, can even
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    • many happenings and phenomena surrounding the clairvoyant soul that
    • surrounded by it. Just as the soul surrounded in the physical sense
    • surrounded in exactly the same way by a landscape constructed of
    • pictured here is the world surrounding the soul that it to some
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    • explain the natural phenomena around him. Yet it troubled him. He
    • would clasp her hands together and twirl her thumbs around each
    • rest of the world. Round about, far and wide, there were no other
    • around the mountain, as though crawling out of the earth, there came
    • these other forms around the fortress. Whereas the figure of light
    • thoughts that a person carries around within himself and ponders when
    • are piling up around themselves, the ahrimanic impulses have entered
    • Then the human being can move between them in the middle ground by
    • introspectively. Others don't like to think but will go around
    • when one is pushed around willingly by the superficial happenings of
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    • to the external spiritual world around it; both of these actions are
    • a person lives in his physical body in the physical world around him.
    • elemental world around him; and when he comes out of that world as
    • conversation with the living thought-beings around it. We can observe
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    • judgment of the conditions around us.
    • physical body in which he lives with the physical world around him,
    • surrounded by the spiritual world. We have pointed out that on
    • ego. Around him will be the supra-spiritual world. When he enters
    • genuine one grounded in the cosmic order. We can say that developing
    • world around them. But just the opposite is the case after we have
    • becomes ever thinner, while being absorbed by the whole surrounding
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    • When we contemplate the things around us, those which exist for our
    • Thus we see around us growth and decay; we can trace it in the plant
    • all around us! What is the meaning of this arising and this passing
    • position of man to-day; all that surrounds him confronts him with the
    • And again Jehovah gathered around him Angels, animals and plants, and
    • with man, absolutely leave the earth; they move round it, they pass
    • spiritual part of the earth knows nothing of what goes on around it
    • happening in the universe around, just as man, on waking, knows and
    • beholds what is taking place around him.
    • surrounded by numberless forces which incessantly influence them,
    • surroundings and the other Karmic conditions under which he lives.
    • man is continually surrounded by spiritual forces and that these
    • surroundings cannot explain it to him, nor do the facts of life
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    • When we observe the world around us, it is not really enough that we
    • concrete form we can therefore assert that the life surrounding us
    • abyss of non-fulfilment. Everywhere in our surroundings, what exists
    • is built on a groundwork of infinitely rich possibilities which may
    • physical world around him grows dim. In the place of this physical
    • what may be called imaginative visions which then surround us on all
    • truth; and the countless other pictures that surround this one must
    • pleased and comfortable in the realm of visions. When once surrounded
    • facts? Is it possible to say: “All around there is a wild
    • ordered. We are thus surrounded by a world which is such as it is
    • impressions which pulsate around us in the spiritual world. But on
    • world. The animal world surrounds us in manifold forms, in forms of
    • live around us would not be able to carry their development over into
    • spiritual force which fills the space around, issues from those
    • Now let us glance at what surrounds us in the outer world and at what we
    • unite with what is around us, with the life which has not reached its
    • I have described what is around us, physically as well as spiritually,
    • world around him, so that life-giving germs may arise that find
    • life-giving germs for the world that is around him, so does the
    • opinion to stand entirely on the ground of Christianity), was a very
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    • background, it is a fight against them. If it is all confused
    • individuals around Him as well as by Himself. Then we have in
    • stands always in the foreground — the Christ, moreover, as the
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    • Most important events that are enacted around us before our very eyes
    • Modern man, with his experience of what happens around him and of what
    • on volcanic ground; you only have to set fire to some paper to have
    • sort of ground you were actually standing on.
    • scaffold-like structure, a kind of catafalque, was rounded off above
    • unconsciousness would turn around and become the curse of humanity.
    • as Renan was not conscious of the ground on which he wrote precisely
    • around them. Everyone would only desire to live in the home of his own
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    • that a spiritual world exists, surrounding us just as does what we see
    • efforts to make men understand that there is a spiritual world around
    • this, to become an instrument through which what is really around us
    • about of the spiritual world that, at the present time, surrounds us
    • not merely see the light, the surroundings, people as they are
    • surrounded by a spiritual world just as we are by a physical one. That
    • the forces that one draws up from the deep underground of the soul,
    • definite grounds. You see, spiritual knowledge was also in existence
    • surrounded on every side by the great network of human evolution. Let
    • throbbing hearts enter lovingly into our surroundings, we shall see
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    • will no more than indicate the historical background since nowadays
    • the Last Supper. They beheld as well the deep background of this
    • the Knights desired. Besides, it was determined on grounds we have yet
    • to learn, grounds that lie in the whole spiritual development of
    • meridians go round the earth in straight lines. Remarkably, however,
    • They call the neighbors round within the circle,
    • Shall point the seed-corn's path into the ground,
    • He calls the neighbors round within the circle;
    • Scatters its seed around in every roadway;
    • Scatters its seed around on every roadway,
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    • understand why the things that go on around him are as they are. For
    • movement of its own. In any case, it does not move around the earth
    • around the sun in the course of the year, etc. These things are well
    • move in ellipses around it — Uranus and Neptune being further
    • the year the earth revolves around the sun, and so on. In fact, one
    • appear in which the things around us will be fully mastered. Neither
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    • destructive, in our modern surroundings. We are living in a world in
    • have absolutely no insight into that which lives around them. To see
    • through that which lives around man today is only possible through the
    • men with whom we are surrounded some whom we call
    • Mysteries of the East. They surrounded the Mystery of Golgotha with
    • economic conditions surrounding him. We can only understand the
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    • do on the ground of our Spiritual conception of the World, so fully to
    • that this realization permeates our thoughts even round the Christmas
    • circles which have provided the ground for the spiritual tendencies of
    • the “Last Supper” — Christ with His Disciples around Him.
    • Leonardo on the ground of a positive faith, so we in our day have
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    • surrounds us. Just as the Greek spirit found expression in its
    • simply to look around and then go to sleep peacefully, in the presence
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    • the world around us. This must be described in a few short sketches.
    • ground, his firm and sound judgment unhampered, entirely capable of
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    • nature that surround him on earth — the manifold beauty of
    • the things around us. When we observe a plant in the usual way we do
    • things and beings that surround him.
    • appears as real as the ground under our feet — the ground without
    • to feel surrounding nature as its very own being. The most that men
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    • we pass out into the surrounding cosmos. But he refuses to apply this
    • ground plan would have presented itself — there is something
    • surrounded by the firmament, and particularly the signs of the zodiac.
    • the year round only to the abstractionist. When science will once more
    • by all that figures as the scorpion and the serpent winding around the
    • the cosmos should be arranged in a circle around him; in this manner
    • beings surrounded them in a strictly spiritual state. Everything
    • and all that forms around the vowels when the planets pass the
    • around the sun, which remained in the middle. I have spoken of this
    • is so pleasant to see the worms coming out of the ground — we
    • underground all the time and only come out when it rains; but if it
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    • Outwardly, frost and snow cover the ground, and the germs of the earth
    • observes the earth in winter and sees the snow on the ground, he knows
    • around.
    • so that he can find in the round of the seasons first of all the
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    • When we regard the objects around us illuminated by the
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    • this is called the adaptation of man to the conditions around him. As
    • our natural surroundings in the phenomenon of a rising mist. The
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    • memories which live in the astral body outside of man whirl around in
    • When night has come and everything is dark around you and you are by
    • people sat around you. Here you have recalled something which you
    • experienced inwardly. What was then around you externally now meets
    • sitting down at the table. Around you people are sitting, people whom
    • reflected externally at the time you sat around the pension table
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    • relationship with the neighbouring cosmos surrounding it as the human
    • interior of the earth, but are everywhere in the surroundings of the
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    • continents as human beings, and are surrounded by what the earth
    • air-ocean, the atmosphere which surrounds the earth, that out of this
    • surrounds us. Then we look upon the oceans, the seas — I need
    • have this firm solid earth-kernel and around it the atmosphere. A
    • times, but there could be no question of there being round the earth
    • ancient epoch. On the other hand there was at that time around the
    • earth at that time was entirely surrounded by an albuminous
    • substance surrounding the earth at that time was permeated from the
    • Anyone who has looked round a little on nature knows quite well that
    • picture which is indeed very different from anything around us today.
    • and watch what happened around, if from it we could look out into
    • that ancient world we should see all round us, over there a
    • follows: it had a very large eye-like organ surrounded by a sort of
    • element of the surroundings from which only the sulphur had been
    • partly removed. In these surroundings such an animal flew or swam, it
    • himself, viz., that which he today forms in his surroundings as the
    • himself and inasmuch as there arose around him the present-day
    • are now in the domain of the earth, where man is surrounded by them.
    • proud of its firmness, but those living round it generally are, for
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    • consider. We must think of the earth surrounded by that which in the
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    • occasions soundless silence prevailed around them. They were led up
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    • of man, how that this is related to the actual surroundings on earth.
    • the Future: In this world which surrounds us, in this world from
    • Phantasy I should be a stranger to that which is around me. If I have
    • impulses and etheric forces in order to surround himself with an
    • manifold ways. And when we look around in the way in which yesterday
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    • were, only floating around, ensheathing this mineral thing, then in
    • as is around us, towards which we go and of which we take hold, there
    • streaming into me from all around out of this element (forgive that I
    • in-streaming. The pupil felt the astral light all around him
    • Nature-goodness (thus he might have spoken) for from all around
    • something is being given to me. I am really surrounded by pure
    • goodness. It is goodness, but a Nature-goodness which is all around
    • o it in a somewhat roundabout way. Think then, as man of the present
    • roundabout way), this sensation when the pupil experienced that inner
    • souls into our surroundings the heat we experience.
    • surroundings, while these wonderful events came to pass in Palestine,
    • which in a roundabout way came from the East through Greece and Rome.
    • on his feet, with his legs firmly on the ground, was in fact a
    • time spiritually surrounded with a thick rampart, so that the human
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    • rarer and rarer; personalities able to gather around them a small
    • cosmic space which surrounds man.
    • space surrounding man, and there it has its significance. It has this
    • the Saturn lead-forces that thou dost not merely look around thee
    • didst experience in thy surroundings at any particular time of thy
    • was made clear to the pupil: “Look up to Saturn surrounded by
    • was surrounded by the signs of the planets and the sun, represented
    • part the Father carries round his head and in his arms before thee.
    • which was the metals in their former shape, and surrounded it with
    • encountered that which streamed in and surrounded this in-streaming
    • Look around at the metallic nature in the earth today.
    • It is crystallized and surrounded with a kind of crust which comes
    • around him on the earth was made clear.
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    • around him. The pupil was told: “See how thou breathest the air
    • the moon experienced as she went through her orbit round the Zodiac,
    • described in the last lecture surrounded the male statue, this secret
    • developed in the soul the pupil regarded the human beings around him,
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    • their orbits round the earth.
    • background the idea that Mercury in the Middle Ages was something
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    • things around him than he formerly had. The attempt was made, after
    • of Nature, then certain Spirits of Nature came around them and told
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    • thinking, there are no grounds for connecting anything
    • to talk around and around a subject, it is not possible in
    • study those organs which are grouped around the germ of the
    • do not have this catabolic process around us only in the
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    • after the necessary natural scientific background had been acquired
    • did then they would fly around having merely a mouth, an
    • digestive tracts would float around and would be carried by
    • around physically on the earth, can walk around because his
    • someone to think objectively and putting a warm cloth around
    • earth. Summer surrounds us outside the earth's surface. In
    • human being to the surrounding world, and everything you
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    • met by the rounding-off forces proceeding from the head system.
    • formation from the kidney-liver systems, and then the rounding
    • nerve-sense system, rounding off the forms and shaping their
    • withdraws more into the background, which is expressed in the
    • the kidney-liver systems are rounded off, sculpturally rounded
    • rounded off by the nerve-sense system. This rounding-off
    • everything that develops around the petals we have what belongs
    • whole organization. If we succeed in surrounding the tumor with
    • way we advise around the abnormal organ (for instance around
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    • formative, rounding-off forces of the organism proceed. The
    • then sculpturally rounded off. The substance that is radiated
    • out by the kidneys must be continually rounded off
    • congestion, but there are actually gas bubbles that are rounded
    • substances that have the tendency to develop into rounder, less
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    • least number of cases! Instead, I will look around me and possibly see a
    • (see drawing): if I draw a circle around the normal formation of the
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    • is too little grounded in physical research, because he is, as it
    • not necessary for the spiritual investigator to be grounded too little
    • point of mental illness must not wade around in the soul element; he
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    • well-grounded in facts, may develop between physician and patient.
    • what I have to say will not be placed on false ground.
    • roundabout route of the rhythm in the cerebral fluid, pulsating
    • surrounds the human being, to study it vividly.
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    • human being with the surrounding world, we have been able to ascertain
    • continuously inhibited once the skull has developed to surround the
    • then stand in the background when one wishes to explain a remarkable
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    • way of thinking, there are no grounds for connecting anything
    • philosophy to talk round and round a subject, it is not possible in
    • to study those organs which are grouped around the germ of the human
    • we not only have this katabolic process around us in the embryonic
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    • think concentratedly and putting a warm cloth round his head. (The
    • earth. The summer itself is around us, above the surface of the
    • this way you relate the organisation of man to the surrounding world,
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    • kidneys, which are then met by the rounding-off forces proceeding
    • rounding off of what has been radiated out by the forces proceeding
    • round off the forms and give them their surfaces. Both components
    • background, and the whole process is expressed in the male sex by the
    • rounded off, stultified in a sense, by the plastic principle working
    • rounding-off process is the essential thing. Strange to say, the
    • of the child's life the plastic, rounding-off forces work with
    • around the corona we have that which belongs to the present. And
    • change in the whole organisation. If we succeed in surrounding the
    • the way we advise around the abnormal organ — for instance
    • around the carcinomatous growth — will generate a mantle of
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    • rounding-off forces of the organism go out. The form of the nose, the
    • radiates out from the kidneys, and then rounded off. The substance
    • that is radiated out by the kidneys must continually be rounded off,
    • rounded off still more completely. In other words, as the result of
    • which have the tendency to develop into rounder, less elongated
    • copper. If the form of disease makes us sure of our ground, highly
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    • his machine in the factory. The worker surrounded by machinery, could
    • groundwork for practical social will. How must the mind be
    • capable of forming the groundwork of a truly social will?
    • around him to a severe criticism.
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    • socialists themselves, and excellent grounds can be found for and
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    • at life around him? Looking at his own life he saw chiefly that all
    • their own ground. Thus there is now a slight indication — so
    • of politics, and the groundwork of the law, from the administration
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    • art that the resemblance to the outer reality surrounding us is by no
    • everyday surroundings have become. Art has made an illusory progress.
    • All the buildings around us with which we come in contact in our
    • because we are unable to give it an artistic form and to surround
    • received by the religious communities! On what grounds? People are
    • have called intellectual humility must be the groundwork of every
    • be the groundwork of all real insight into the transformation
    • in our environment surrounding us just as the things of the
    • sense-world surround us. Abstract observations are the fruit of
    • are immediately surrounded in life should take on an artistic form;
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    • present state of things, and of the misery in our surroundings. The
    • question round her neck! Anybody can understand this, and in the
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    • egoism. This claim is put forward by many on the ground of ethics,
    • surroundings. On this account, the former, who is truly interested in
    • is speaking thus and in what surroundings? There we may see standing
    • his magnificence, surrounded by his brilliant gold-laced paladins.
    • must yield to no deception regarding all that takes place around him
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    • lies in the background a country which is, as it were, virgin economic
    • not on what one sees in one's immediate surroundings, but on the great
    • empty space around them — empty space between them and other
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    • that in the meantime many other houses have been built around it: the
    • as it were in the background. Human Labour approaches Nature: what
    • step; the wheel goes round under them, and so they hope to get
    • round the wheel and uses it to drive some machine, the moment this is
    • factors in Economics. Here Labour stands in the background, and before
    • Labour in the background and in the front of it the spiritual, which
    • have been done around it. All this is Labour which has modified it.
    • of values and prices with the idea of finding a firm and fixed ground
    • point in talking round and round about Value and Price. The important
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    • must not be allowed to arise through a fixation of Capital in ground
    • even on quite practical grounds you cannot get around the fact that
    • which must first be settled on economic grounds. Which is more
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    • acquired by killing my fellow-men in the surrounding country. What is
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    • urged on the War. In France you always have in the background those
    • obliged, on the one hand, to look around as far as possible for the
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    • round it; indeed, with the advance of spiritual life, this particular
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    • grounds, their names came to them on account of what they knew. And
    • signified for them the Sun that moved round the Earth, giving light.
    • space around the Earth. And this ether, that spreads out around the
    • things that are around us. It rests with modern initiation science
    • called it — is past and over. All around us is the
    • speak on the ground of initiation knowledge about practical matters
    • intellectual type of Christianity that he found around him, and
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    • from here we look out into the world. There all around us is the
    • mental images of this outer world. We have the outer world around us,
    • You turn the whole thing round and inside-out, and go in through the
    • we gain no real idea of how the physical world which surrounds us
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    • that are around us. When we go to sleep, however, another activity
    • itself around the cosmic experiences.
    • moment we enter this sphere and begin to have all around us the
    • description of what man finds, as it were, around him between death
    • and new birth. But just as here on Earth you would not have around
    • and a heart, so neither could you after death perceive around you
    • from the flowers too that blossom on the trees around — a
    • surround the Earth with their spirally directed influences. And the
    • the beings that are around us, Heaven and Earth work together to form
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    • being is grounded in a spiritual world. This latter realisation
    • their physical and etheric body, they carried it round with them,
    • the encircling heavens, a world, where we have around us spiritual
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    • have around us, to begin with, the world of Nature in her various
    • looking around us with the help of our senses, we behold the surface
    • super-sensible Nature that is around us can be understood and
    • atmosphere which surrounds our Earth, and within which we ourselves
    • are living, we have there around us a world of beings, who are
    • have thus around us in our earthly environment two hosts of beings;
    • this conflict raging all around him that man has to press forward in
    • themselves known around our Earth as air-fire beings, and the powers
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    • spiritual atmosphere which is there around the Earth no less than is
    • which surrounds the Earth.
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    • grounds, their names came to them on account of what they knew. And
    • signified for them the Sun that moved round the Earth, giving light.
    • space around the Earth. And this ether, that spreads out around the
    • things that are around us. It rests with modern initiation science
    • called it — is past and over. All around us is the
    • speak on the ground of initiation knowledge about practical matters
    • intellectual type of Christianity that he found around him, and
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    • from here we look out into the world. There all around us is the
    • mental images of this outer world. We have the outer world around us,
    • You turn the whole thing round and inside-out, and go in through the
    • we gain no real idea of how the physical world which surrounds us
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    • that are around us. When we go to sleep, however, another activity
    • itself around the cosmic experiences.
    • moment we enter this sphere and begin to have all around us the
    • description of what man finds, as it were, around him between death
    • and new birth. But just as here on Earth you would not have around
    • and a heart, so neither could you after death perceive around you
    • from the flowers too that blossom on the trees around — a
    • surround the Earth with their spirally directed influences. And the
    • the beings that are around us, Heaven and Earth work together to form
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    • their physical and etheric body, they carried it round with them,
    • the encircling heavens, a world, where we have around us spiritual
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    • have around us, to begin with, the world of Nature in her various
    • looking around us with the help of our senses, we behold the surface
    • super-sensible Nature that is around us can be understood and
    • atmosphere which surrounds our Earth, and within which we ourselves
    • are living, we have there around us a world of beings, who are
    • have thus around us in our earthly environment two hosts of beings;
    • this conflict raging all around him that man has to press forward in
    • themselves known around our Earth as air-fire beings, and the powers
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    • spiritual atmosphere which is there around the Earth no less than is
    • which surrounds the Earth.
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    • immediately surrounds us, other spiritual worlds inhabited by other
    • This ability will enable human beings to see in their surroundings
    • surrounding us, and they speak a different language. Of all that is
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    • perceiving another, a spiritual environment around him. We know that
    • sleeping and waking, they were surrounded by a world that they had to
    • distinguishing himself as an I from his surroundings and through this
    • looked upon surroundings that were entirely different from those he
    • surroundings? We see the world of minerals, plants, animals, and the
    • physical shapes of our fellow human beings. This is what surrounds
    • see them. In the same way, light and color surround a blind person,
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    • Man's inner being and his outer surroundings work into one another
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    • materialists had not possessed, around the years 1850–60,
    • need only look around at the spiritual-cultural life of the period.
    • that belongs to the common round, is connected with the lunar
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    • perceive everything around themselves with an understanding bound to
    • 1930 to 1950 there will already be people who will say, “Around
    • individual considers useful for himself. They run around each other
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    • absorbed in contemplation of what surrounds him. That is one
    • around the organ known in anatomy as the pineal gland.
    • and flow around the pineal gland. These streamings arise because
    • around the pineal gland. This process, the etherization of the blood,
    • gland is almost surrounded by a small sea of light in the moment
    • glow surrounds the pineal gland at these moments. In this way a man's
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    • naive humanity, to build a fence around it, as it were, to keep
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    • be convinced of the existence of a spiritual world around them. It
    • spiritual world around us. Something completely different took place,
    • ground for contradiction may not be broken. When one speaks of facts,
    • This is not the case now, however. What surrounds us in
    • surrounds us in the world as experience. This is how it is above all.
    • extent the idea of human freedom must be the testing ground for all
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    • deeper and deeper understanding gains ground and when there is
    • groundless. If one once understood what can be said in connection
    • will not understand the events that take place around us unless one
    • ground that has been prepared within the hen. When the biologist
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    • ground, the soil, on which he stands.
    • realm rising from a ground provided by the mineral realm. Similarly
    • the ground on which they stand. They also have much to do with what
    • more of the world around us, so there we undergo more and more
    • around the earth, not just that faded ribbon the pantheists and
    • fusion of the outer, natural forces and the surrounding cosmos, so
    • surround us are forces of the higher hierarchies but also forces of
    • gradually, in so far as it deals with what goes on around us between
    • peace around the world — and who does not talk about it! —
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    • down into the ground, and reflected back by it. It is this light
    • ground is medium for the nation-spirit, and this works principally
    • partly still works through the light taken up by the ground and
    • looks at the things around him lovingly, develops more warmth of his
    • or an open eye, for what is around him — this is what comes to
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    • quite right that the human soul is as if floating around the earth,
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    • around them the Cherubim; and, outermost of all, the Seraphim. All is
    • of circling around it and the Seraphim have, as it were, enclosed the
    • the warmth he sheds around him, that alone is what interests me.”
    • around him is all that interests me.” Suppose he says: “The
    • Life, as it rounded off and moulded the colours, called into being
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    • took place is round about the year 1200 A.D.
    • in front of the Ram (Aries), you have, as it were, to go round the
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    • the Sun in the centre, and the Earth revolving round the Sun —
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    • than a talking around the subject, for the pupils were at that time
    • is today. Man had insight to perceive around the human being, a very
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    • astral light. But the Earth acts as a ground of resistance. In the
    • is spread around us — a fully written tablet with respect to
    • the Nature around us.
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    • connected with all that surrounds him in the world, and, within, one
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    • not undergo in the ordinary round of life. There-by the secrets of
    • astral light. But the earth acts as a ground of resistance. In the
    • light which spreads around us, as a fully written tablet with respect
    • out of the Nature around us.
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    • the human soul. From having been directed more to the surrounding
    • the great transition was occurring from a life in outward surroundings
    • observation we study the things around us, we learn to know by means
    • background of the world in which we live and in which we wish to take
    • taking place around us, to live consciously in that world whither our
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    • for a bowl of milk soup. Flies by the dozen were buzzing around; some
    • The innkeeper hung a medallion around his neck that said: He killed a
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    • pearls. So he went around with the branch of rosemary, but it did not
    • around the queen has just been torn away by a thornbird and will soon
    • new web around the queen, and while I am bewitched here in a glass
    • appeared and spun her web around the queen, but while the spider
    • spun a cobweb around the queen; the maid was changed into a
    • bodies, they perceive the world around them as far as they can with
    • themselves with the surrounding world, the different parts of the
    • state of consciousness, with their surrounding world. When the
    • each have a different relationship to the surrounding world, so has
    • relationship to its surrounding world. We become aware, in this
    • directed to its surroundings. If the sentient soul especially is
    • directed to its spiritual surroundings, we will see all those beings
    • we are transported back and see our surroundings as we did in ancient
    • to do what now those beings around us that are active within the
    • The beings around us appear to us just as we ourselves once were when
    • around us are the facsimiles of our own former appearance, people
    • beings around us who bring wisdom into everything, who regulate
    • established belief that everything around us is bewitched
    • ‘I want the old saddle that lies over there on the ground,
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    • you see around you in all Nature. Man also has to die. For him, too,
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    • circles around the Earth.
    • surrounding Cosmos.
    • to attract and incorporate in the form of an etheric body around the
    • the Beings who inhabit it look out into the universe around. If I may
    • Moon, look out and observe around them the stars of our planetary
    • Thus we have on the one hand the rhythmic course of the Moon around
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    • this creating of one's being out of the Sunlight that wove around the
    • is seen in the surrounding Cosmos just as here on Earth one is able to
    • So at length Saturn may gather it all up, rounding man off both
    • quivering around the Moon, the Sunlight filled with the spirit of the
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    • what goes on around the Court at Lhassa. Exact and lengthy
    • however, sitting on his soft silken cushions, surrounded by all his
    • sit around and the long galleries are full of people. The judges are
    • her to the ground. He flees with her to a lonely, mountainous region
    • worlds. He stands on one leg, the other coiled around it like a
    • history and evolution of the human race; surrounded by pictures
    • life is such that he is regarded by those around him as a god-gifted
    • surround the child because her own talents and human qualities had
    • spiritual world. Around the Count whose spirit lives entirely in the
    • this atavistic transport into the spiritual world of those around the
    • pieces around him, is a forceful personage who will have nothing to
    • breaking up around him, nor he himself who lives in the immediate
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    • soul, observing the people around, may well realise: How easily these
    • and the world of men round about us? Everything was entirely
    • is, will have receded more into the background. Man's
    • aspect, the surrounding world too will be much changed in this sixth
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    • in the cosmos, and flitting around the earth. I am simply describing
    • our things fell to the ground; or as though, worried about what to do
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    • within me something which has no existence in purely natural surroundings.
    • churches surrounded by graves. Not every person could have an individual
    • To understand a cemetery-surrounded church we must develop a sense for
    • atmosphere circling round the earth; of atmospheric forces. One might
    • the earth-encircling air, need the light weaving round the earth, and
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    • something lies in the background, something in the foreground; their
    • related than to his natural surroundings, or the spiritual as manifested
    • and his helpers, a chorus grouped around him as a reflection of what
    • weaving and being. Because what surrounds us lives in the artistic,
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    • surroundings akin to his physical body, he comes to realize that
    • for him to round it out. The serious, difficult task of the artist weighed
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    • elements not contained in prose; to a background which, in every true
    • a way that the spiritual background, the spiritual worlds, may be divined;
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    • the sun, or to observe a color reflex in that object's surroundings,
    • weaves the spiritual around her; the face permeated and transfigured
    • round and round in circles.
    • absorbed it, somebody else surrounds it with different emotions and
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    • regular spatial forms. For this reason it must be surrounded by
    • an image of our experience in circling the sun, in turning round it
    • around things externally and describes them logically, but still only
    • Everywhere that we look into green surroundings we perceive, not life
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    • child has reached the time of the change of teeth, around his seventh
    • point. How do we behave on a stage today? Standing in the background
    • of standing in the foreground when about to start a long speech. The
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    • surroundings, then you will realise that it is the spirit from the
    • (especially if it is well ground), so too does the little child
    • questions; he begins to be curious about the things around him. You
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    • environment and conduct of those around him of paramount importance.
    • reacts to all the impressions aroused in him by the people around
    • ground, others trip along on their toes, and there can be every kind
    • forget that in the period round about the change of teeth the child
    • look around you will find plenty of objects which you can use to
    • children “dance” the forms round the room, in order that
    • ego from his surroundings. Out of a certain instinct the child has
    • unity, and himself also as making up a unity with his surroundings.
    • around the child, plants, animals and even stones, in such a way that
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    • containing the plant belongs to a much greater area of soil around
    • root takes into itself the forces which are around it, and because it
    • its roots more in water than in the firm ground and belonging
    • stands on the dead ground of the earth, but he stands on the living
    • ground, for he feels the earth as something living. He gradually
    • around him. Up to this time one could only tell fairy stories and
    • agriculture. He will know that the farmer manures the ground because
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    • all sorts of mischief. And if you are then forced to turn round and
    • for example, “Describe a circle with your right hand round the
    • left! Describe a circle with your left hand round the right! Describe
    • the green in here inside (see drawing b.); what will you put round
    • it?” Then he will put red round it. By doing such things you
    • and green round it (see former drawing), but if the red becomes
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    • himself or what he sees around him. Counting and stepping in rhythm.
    • proceed the other way round and take the whole and ask how often one
    • five. Thus I do the thing the other way round and start with the
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    • you get the feeling that you could not change round left and right
    • something that has a rounded form. The
    • become so accustomed to think of the earth as round that when someone
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    • which surround him in the outside world; up to this point of time it
    • are surrounded with soil at their foot, and the higher we go the more
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    • settled entirely on grounds of expediency. If you simply find that
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    • Any medical subject under discussion today has, as its background,
    • relationship between man and the surrounding world. In this section I
    • The contemporary man with some kind of scientific grounding, who
    • surrounding protoplasm. Schwann derived cells from a fluid with the
    • picture; a world in the background whose laws, in themselves
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    • all the organic activities centering round nutrition, digestion,
    • of tuberculous persons are often breeding grounds for tuberculosis. If
    • if it is surrounded by severe cases of tuberculosis. For the present,
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    • leaves remain undeveloped; on the other hand the stem curves round and
    • round, becomes a supporting organ, and finds its base. These are
    • middle, and each half rounds out and evolves the potentiality within
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    • vegetation. Inasmuch as we are surrounded with plants, we are
    • surrounded with organic structures whose essential nature consists of
    • effective but are counteracted by the surrounding liquid. And just as
    • vegetable world that surrounds us in external nature, we are entranced
    • ignored. We are continually surrounded by light; light — as you will
    • reach a starting ground for the support of all that needs support, in
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    • round. It should be noted whether a patient becomes dizzy easily
    • of the growing plants, while Man has completely turned round and has
    • regarding the earth as its mother-ground is closely related to
    • essentially a colony of the digestive tract, surrounding the brain in
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    • follow a spiral course around the central stalk. This spiral course
    • forces sink into the ground, mingle with the forces of the earth, and
    • as surrounding sheath of both, his material body, which in its turn
    • surrounding world.
    • and plants; or at least to be aware that beyond is perilous ground.
    • But this perilous ground has been entered upon, as I have already
    • hopes, completely masking the danger in the background.
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    • circling around her; the same force that dwells within the moon and
    • of these forces, upsets their ground-plan and conception, and even
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    • nature. Man is surrounded — let us choose this one thing to begin
    • to that which surrounds us. Just as the etheric and the physical are
    • element that embraces it and fills the surrounding universe. So in our
    • sense enables you to recognise what in the outer world around you
    • flavour, as for instance in balm or ground ivy. In such cases we find
    • ask: — What is in these outer surroundings? What works inwards from
    • looking out and around. And suppose that the tiniest dwarf imaginable
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    • sphere containing a thinned out substance, surrounded on all sides by
    • take place around the heart, in the cardiac system. The formative
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    • nature around us. We visualise man, split into two parts, as it were,
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    • and build upon and around it. You will agree that we must approach our
    • surrounding medium. I have always had the experience of perceiving the
    • surrounded by air, and over or outside
    • warmth mantle round the earth. If we could ascend straight from the
    • obtaining in the watery belt round the earth; and there, too, forces
    • and man. Let us pass downwards through the watery zone round the
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    • downwards towards the earth, and bases and acids tend to spin around
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    • gives himself up to the surrounding world and has a comparatively
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    • the world around it. I have often had occasion to study this
    • course, not only a point, but a point active around itself; and this
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    • in question papers will receive attention, but the ground has to be
    • the flowering plant world and which forms a circle around the earth
    • counteraction of earth's mineralising process is the groundwork for
    • man so as to heal him, we must turn it round so that the forces
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    • Gentle massage of the regions round the spleen, brings something into
    • ceaseless round of work. Mankind does not follow the example of
    • brought into a blue, or after being surrounded with blue, into a red.
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    • around the growing teeth there is a remarkable activity of the human
    • around the jaws. Such a free organisation does not exist in the lower
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    • his feet lightly on the ground or strongly, you may form an intuitive
    • extra-human nature. If you keep these origins in the background of
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    • reproduction; the organs surrounding the reproductive tract are
    • organs, instead of including their surroundings. The same is true in
    • of the inner organic forces and their surrounding. For there is a
    • universal surroundings. The significance of such a method is shown if
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    • external in man connects itself inwardly with the surrounding world.
    • Now if such a fact were estimated at its true value, the ground would
    • urge to roundness, to completion, to organising and shaping. This is
    • outside into full observation and surrounded with the apparatus of
    • the spherical, i.e., rounded, and balancing qualities of quicksilver;
    • foreground of these twenty lectures. Nature—therapy, since it
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    • possible grounds we can have for speaking of the normality or
    • around him. That this does not happen is due to the fact that, during
    • our surroundings or were prevented from doing so.
    • for looking out upon his surroundings with free, open perception.
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    • around him only in scattered fragments, so to speak, all that man is
    • are surrounded by the physical world. But we have around us also the
    • etheric body of man comes from the cosmic ether, which is all around
    • we look out upon our environment, we have around us the world of
    • the thoughts of the surrounding ether to be reflected in them; and
    • surrounding ether, and throw them back into our consciousness. This
    • attend it on purely ethical grounds, desirous only to serve humanity
    • introduction, providing the groundwork for what follows; and let us
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    • mechanism and go out from it to surrounding world. In abnormal
    • surroundings. An example of an a-moral child. The intellect is
    • illness, then there is good ground for anticipating very considerable
    • let me suggest the following. You look out upon the world around you,
    • at work in the world around us. Into these too we member ourselves,
    • ethical and moral relation to the world around us, gets stopped up or
    • receive into us the ethical and moral principles of the world around
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    • this condition ego and astral grasp surrounding world too strongly
    • would like today to try as it were to round off our introductory
    • hyper-sensitive response to the world around him. A human being in
    • flows into everything I see him doing around me. In such a case,
    • something in his own surroundings, when he is himself doing
    • have to develop our work on the background of present-day conditions!
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    • world around you. (Here Dr. Steiner related a fact that he had
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    • our utmost to encourage — attentiveness to the world around.
    • sees around him call forth wonder and astonishment in him. Let me
    • to be attentive to the world around us, depends on our being able to
    • turning round, is revolving. There at once you have mobility. Most of
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    • background. In this one fact opportunity is given us to acquire an
    • child — first becoming a poet, and then again turning round on
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    • umbilical cord was wound round the neck; the amniotic fluid contained
    • the physical and the ether body. The child hit out around him with
    • to no end of trouble before they could establish grounds for his
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    • around him, and so one may easily fail to discern in his behaviour
    • around him. You must not, you see, be like Wulffen
    • himself surrounded by a kind of Prussianism. (As you will see, I am
    • engaged in preparing microscopic slides; he will look round in all
    • to let the child live in the quiet and in the dark, having around him
    • years that the sun takes to go round the universe — these
    • constant care and help from those around.
    • good if he hears well-formed speech spoken around him — unless
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    • it is put to him the other way round. As you saw, the boy was able to
    • around him. Tell me, how is he getting on at school? Perhaps you can
    • period round about the third and fourth years, the astral body was
    • all around, a sulphur-aura, which pales and bleaches the hair and
    • aura, in the periphery. And now we look round in the native
    • comes out of the ground and is connected with the absorption of
    • For algae draw in the astral forces of the surrounding air.
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    • considering. We are here treading new ground, and it will be best if
    • therefore again a background of Libra. I am not saying that it must
    • quite other grounds. He was of opinion that the mood of those
    • feelings in the background may have ample opportunity to find
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    • see around you the very things that provide answers to your
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    • our surroundings. Now anyone who approaches the intentions of
    • of the matter which we take out of the Earth which is round
    • that work inwards from the surroundings, from the Cosmos, into
    • surroundings “there” as the ordinary physical world
    • is in our surroundings here. The empty consciousness is the
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    • is raised above all the other beings of Nature surrounding him
    • grounded upon it. But we must nevertheless be clear that our
    • for the surrounding digestive and excretory
    • the kidneys. If we seek for it in the surrounding plant world,
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    • kingdoms of Nature in the surrounding world inasmuch as he
    • the surrounding world; we see in this way that it can become
    • the relation between the human organism and its surroundings by
    • the white matter of the brain is surrounded by the grey matter
    • system in the head, but we should leave the surrounding part,
    • surrounding world. But for this it is necessary to approach the
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    • consciousness with regard to our surroundings. Now any one who
    • matter which we take out of the Earth which is round about us.
    • the surroundings, from the Cosmos, into the Earth-existence.
    • which is just as much in our surroundings ‘there’
    • as the ordinary physical world is in our surroundings here. The
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    • other beings of Nature surrounding him on the Earth. The
    • shall be firmly grounded upon it. But we must nevertheless be
    • too little as a sense-organ for the surrounding digestive and
    • surrounding plant world, we come upon the plant Equisetum
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    • kingdoms of Nature in the surrounding world inasmuch as he
    • relation to the surrounding world; we see in this way that it
    • relation between the human organism and its surroundings by
    • matter of the brain is surrounded by the grey matter — a
    • should leave the surrounding part, i.e., the grey matter
    • that exists between the human organism and the surrounding
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    • whole Cosmos; but the physical body rounds it off, and keeps it within
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    • manual and spiritual work, and simply and solely on the grounds
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    • grounded in deeper truths. Those who are able to conduct
    • world, they structure around their individuality an etheric
    • describes those who surround Hirn as His followers —
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    • the following happened. The simple people around the Leader
    • that of one of the individuals gathered around the Great
    • eyes to plants and everything else around us that contains
    • When a grain of seed is sown into the ground, the stalk grows
    • produced in the surrounding parts of the astral body. This
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    • surrounded by a circle of light similar to that we see around
    • ground in air that was much denser than is ours.
    • so that the head was surrounded by a resplendent aura, and
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    • were able to look around in the vicinity of this hospitable
    • beyond the rooms that, surrounded by the spirits of beautiful
    • work because of what has been taking place around me in the
    • surrounded by green trees, the budding life of nature, and
    • ground that actually had been entered only by cardinals in
    • when it is still surrounded by the thoughts of those who hate
    • ships the circle defining the earth became rounded out so
    • descendants of that group of plain people gathered around the
    • gathered around the Great Initiate of the Sun Oracle, then
    • Initiate gathered human beings around Himself in ancient
    • despised human beings characterized above gathered around the
    • sunrays glittering around us encircle what the daily efforts
    • the ground, reappears in many copies according to the mystery
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    • into the world that surrounds us, saw lightning flashing up
    • around this truth. Let us ask what kind of an impulse mankind
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    • spiritual world is always around me, but I cannot experience
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    • surrounded by a great aura, so the human being is surrounded
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    • raging around, which can reveal so much about the structure of the
    • consciousness, a feeling of being surrounded by the Earth, and when a
    • sleeping and being surrounded by the Earth. Since everything which
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    • pre-earthly existence, while external Nature surrounding them became
    • surrounded by the Earth, and this was the condition of man at night
    • above ground, a creature, that is, which bears the Sun-forces within
    • becomes a sort of mirror which reflects his immediate surroundings. He
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    • is surrounded in its aura by the forces the greater part of which are
    • destiny, make what surrounds the child as its aura something
    • able to perceive what surrounds it as aura. And if the forces
    • First, because when we consider the life around us and observe the
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    • beginning to radiate around the Earth (arrows). This which here
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    • themselves had only a roundabout connection with it through man. They
    • they were connected by what was in the atmosphere surrounding the
    • everything that is going on around them when they think, but rather
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    • under the ground, while to find the sunlight they need to come forth
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    • spring just around Easter time in the final stage of the individual
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    • round-dances, accompanied by singing and primitive poetic recitations,
    • in the air and warmth around the Earth, just about the time of the St.
    • warmth become around St. John's time, at the height of summer, how
    • not now out of the Earth, but out of the surrounding atmosphere; when
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    • was: “Look around thee.”
    • forces of the Earth were washing around him and carrying him along. He
    • somewhat as if all around him, wherever he went, darkness rose up out
    • around you” — now in midwinter it was said: “Beware of
    • light;” and in autumn, at Michaelmas: “Look around
    • A turnaround must take place. The Michael festival must take on a
  • Title: Lecture I: The Balance in the World and Man, Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • merely provides a kind of scaffolding around the ether-body. We begin,
    • know nothing of what is really happening to us and around us.
    • have been woven around it, there remains the picture of a young
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    • underground imp might feel who was suddenly lifted up above the earth
    • these underground imps come out into the open — into the realm, that
    • Gods; and the better we stand our ground in the struggle, the more
    • Similarly, in our building it is not the surrounding walls that are of
    • importance, it is what is enclosed within the surrounding walls. And
    • earth and spied there a little underground imp who said to us: “I will
    • do with what takes place in the soul and spirit above ground. And you
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    • rightly to the world around him, set out to form a clear conception of
    • etheric body of man is in communion with the whole surrounding etheric
    • into relation with the surrounding etheric world.
    • surrounding etheric world. We learn to think as individuals, but not
    • were to give himself up entirely to this, he would lose the ground
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    • deep spirit’s ground!
    • begins “Nature, we are surrounded by her ...”, and
    • sight of Raphael’s work smoothed and rounded that gnarled
    • through, can live in this rounded, calm verse-measure only when he
    • Around each other twin’d the bonds of
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    • grounds to say a little about recitation and declamation from the
    • more ground. If we enter into the spiritual world with
    • in the background of the rhetorical speech, a quality that must
    • experiences something in his surroundings, we might say, and not in
    • to refer back to himself what he feels vibrant in the world around
    • under ground or waters forcing way
    • And every Space that a Man views around his
    • especially around  Marvell’s time:
    • Round in its self incloses:
    • So the World excluding round,
    • from the solid ground of external reality. One is thus exposed to
    • representation more than ever from the ground of reality, yet (as
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    • What then flows out into the words has to be consciously rounded
    • to the words, and the whole is then rounded out and rendered
    • rounding-off of feeling. We shall see how the terzetti, albeit
    • What hallow’d solitary ground did
    • ground
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    • round,
    • Or if this (All) which round about
    • And clustered round the mast;
    • Around, around, flew each sweet
    • artistically. A dead, abstract science can indeed be grounded on
    • the groundwork for everything technological, is eminently
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • account of the world around us, and also of ourselves. Hence we must
    • be grounded. We might indeed compare our soul-life in its totality
    • those around him.
    • plain around Babylon as a living picture, and, enthroned over
    • Jerusalem and the plain around Jerusalem; King Jesus with His hosts,
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    • should come only from a serious resolve — is a good ground for
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    • other ground the communications of the seer concerning the mysteries
    • Theosophist approaches the figure of Christ Jesus on the ground of
    • all around him by his wise answers to the questions from the priests,
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    • became necessary, on the ground of anthroposophical development, that
    • surroundings.
    • Now if we look round and see what influence it has had, then in the
    • standing on the ground of occultism, would care to say that all the
    • the principles of Christ Jesus? Who, standing on the ground of
    • yesterday how on the ground of Christianity we should speak, for
    • misunderstandings, and that today, on the ground of occultism, our
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    • nucleus (C) for the next incarnation. Round this causal nucleus new
    • around the earlier causal nucleus. From these experiences there
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    • Christ-Impulse their own. The ground-roots of theosophical life have
    • does not know what is going on around him. He is like an ostrich with
    • always goes round and round like a wheel. The other thing — the
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    • external world surrounding him on earth, he would never have become
    • would have taken no delight in what surrounds him on the earth;
    • to gaze at the surrounding field of material existence earlier than
    • man would have had sight of the surrounding world only from the middle
    • Christ Himself to those around Him, when He said: “Ye shall be illumined
    • of occultism fall to the ground. There can be no question of any such
    • immediately around him too much of the esoteric wisdom, so that this
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    • whole material world of sense would have lain around him — but gazing
    • three lower kingdoms of nature lay around him; the physical world
    • mist and darkness around his faculties of perception that he makes no
    • Ahriman's influence was even mightier than in the world around man
    • the kingdoms of nature around him. The earth is the arena of man's
    • contains only such substances as are to be found in the ground under our feet.
    • established the beneficent phenomena around the earth-globe, are
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    • round about the throne were four and twenty seats, and upon the seats
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    • the element of spirit in which we whirl around when we think, is
    • surrounding world. That which in Spring drives the plants out of the
    • The indication of seven-yearly periods is approximate. But round
    • one becomes aware of how in actual fact at this important time round
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    • sensitive to the physical influences of his surroundings, but also to the
    • carbonic acid. Truth or untruth in those around us while we are
    • confusion by reversing them. Confusion set up in the child's surroundings
    • was no clarity and precision of thought around them during the time when
    • play will naturally imitate what is going on in his surroundings, but it
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    • that just as he himself can speak, so everything that surrounds him
    • may thus be compared with the round earth within the Cosmos. We shall
    • inner parts are soft and are surrounded by shell-like formations.
    • speaking, merely of a sheath surrounding the protoplasm. We show the
    • grouped round the fishes, we find a one-sided development of the
    • surrounded by a cup-like bony formation.
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    • intellectual formulae that are usually considered the right groundwork.
    • round for taking it up again for a further period it emerges in a different
    • dreadful thing to see a teacher walking round the desks with a book in
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    • child into a true relationship with the world around him. He learns to
    • engine! This means that they are surrounded on all hands by
    • made on the intellect, the child imitates the language spoken around
    • contained in the book of the world can stimulate the all-round
    • easier than to reveal in the living world around him qualities he
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    • all-round development of the physical body the memory will be
    • among the staff of teachers arising round a child when it is found
    • the artistic around him, in the arrangement of a room perhaps, and
    • elements which a human being needs for all-round development of his
    • man we need an all-round conception of art, for the faculty of reason can
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    • grounds of a normal illness. We have a remarkable picture of
    • ground for accusing anyone. But, in spite of everything that
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    • that is going on around him. Later on this is lost. For however
    • surroundings has an innate religious character. Through his
    • of the child goes right out into his surroundings, experiences
    • these surroundings intimately, and indeed has a much stronger
    • attitude towards the gesture which meets him in the surrounding
    • child to his surroundings up to the change of teeth, you will
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    • round? If they get no further either way, they discover
    • longer, it is not an annual. It develops around itself the
    • follows: If you were to pile up around a plant the surrounding
    • however does the same thing by wrapping the tree round with the
    • growing tree. This is why what surrounds the root of the plant
    • it cannot, it ceases to be when it is uprooted from the ground.
    • later age he no longer carries around with him the same
    • are supposed to dance around a central nucleus: for things of
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    • see things all round, as a whole. It also shows how under
    • were writing letters and passing them round. Now what did he do
    • other class and there you see the children dancing around in
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    • background. He has almost as much to do with them as with the
    • would stand on the ground of a healthy education we should not
    • into the school. It was done the other way round; the
    • immediate surroundings. But what he does must be
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    • which I could draw: it is, as eurythmists know, the rounded
    • head, not in relation to its round form, but as that which
    • testa; you give a name to the rounded form when you say
    • roundness, he too would say Kopf; and likewise,
    • roundabout way. This is a frightfully unpleasant experience.
    • describe things in the round, not with sharp edges. Here is a
    • to history to appear only as a background, if you paint the
    • man who is speaking to another; the latter turns round and
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    • rhetorical, is pushed into the background. Just as the
    • stands firmly on the ground of a real understanding and
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    • the life of the state. Below, underground, are those regions
    • externally they find themselves in surroundings as beautiful as
    • and that someone standing on anthroposophical ground was
    • entered coming from very different backgrounds and belonging to
    • grounds; and they know that anthroposophy is so much foolish,
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    • subdued astonishment in you. Speech is grounded in this way in
    • setting “roundness” form. Thus not only for the
    • round, because roundness in itself is bound up with all that
    • the sun takes in this way 25,920 years to go round its whole
    • sun's revolution round the worlds, which takes 25,920 years,
    • the child's life of will if you try to surround each individual
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    • to say to us, if he desires to speak to us from his background,
    • foreground of the poem nothing but the prose-content. And when
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    • school. This looking with a certain respect to the surrounding
    • burnt matches — preferably not round, but square, so as
    • again for their surroundings, for their fellow-beings. That, of
    • my surroundings, by using an adjective I unite myself with
    • “I hear language spoken around me; the power of language
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    • child a certain mastery of the round and straight-lined forms
    • which he can master straight-lined and round forms with his
    • this in the background, without having to moralize or give
    • that is awkward. So people changed it round: D.” Such
    • world around him by writing organically and teaching reading
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    • intelligence that they can only learn in this roundabout
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    • feet stand on the ground, his hands can be extended in the air
    • immediate surroundings: if it scents danger in its
    • surroundings it at once emits its dark juice and envelops
    • surrounding it. You will have to work out for yourself an
    • mouse. Its relation to its surroundings allows it to imbibe
    • relation of the human head to its surroundings is that of the
    • background when we are describing anything in nature. That is
    • which takes place in the human consciousness round about
    • more merged in his surroundings than after this age. He then
    • finds himself more separated from his surroundings. For this
    • able to address the child from a quite different background of
    • principles in force around him. Goethe could never isolate the
    • human being from his surroundings. He always took man in his
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    • of man to his surroundings, that attention must be paid to man
    • round the stove, is warmed first. The top of the room obviously
    • “The air down below, around the stove, gets warm first;
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    • reciprocal relation to his surroundings. And in introducing the
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    • people say around you is true, in the strict sense of being a
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    • moment retires only too much into the background; in fact, a
    • should only begin at the third stage, round about twelve,
    • of his surroundings. In fact, we really work out with the
    • surroundings in which he has grown up and with which he is
    • river and stream system of the surrounding country on the
    • surrounding country. You can go on from this to draw for
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    • the fact that the relations of man to his surroundings are far
    • stand as human beings to the surroundings of which we even make
    • goes on around him, and then convert this curiosity and
    • gather round their beer in the evening or women have their
    • you want children to gather round you so that you can convey to
    • he is nine, is that we should be well grounded in human nature
    • surrounded on all sides by the outside world and its
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    • surrounding social world there will radiate influences which
    • that a noun refers to objects in space around him, to
    • lost ground, particularly in these last years. We shall have to
    • chalk has been ground down and is no longer on the piece of
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    • sentences summarized the ground to be covered in every school
    • around him in daily life. Object lessons, as given to-day,
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    • always find an end, but abstract thought goes on running round like a
    • will only be in the background. What we have to learn will be concrete
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    • willing it is not that something leads round from a sensory to a motor
    • man really bears the copy of the cosmos in him. The roundly formed
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    • laws of the universe as a background to all he undertakes in his
    • to-day in the background of all teaching — with younger children
    • grounds his science gives for answering such a question, and he would
    • might perhaps add: man tills the ground and so alters the surface of
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    • In every man there dwells, underground, as it were, the
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    • around us. And between the elemental forces and life-force there is
    • Now there are also higher forces than warmth. They too are round about
    • directly to them. This ego cannot give itself up to all that is round
    • into the real world that is around us, but only into the image of that
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    • about logic must be kept in the background. For logic is, of course,
    • people around him. What then is the fundamental impulse, the
    • going on in the world around him. When educating we must constantly
    • present when one enjoys the world around one, not in an animal way,
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    • and muscle nature of limbs. Tubular limb bones: rounded head bones.
    • essentially round; that the true nature of the bodily head is given in
    • proper, you find the essential fact is that they are surrounded by
    • And he should know the true grounds of the things which have happened
    • such feelings they pass over to the children by underground ways.
    • as we have discussed to-day, then an underground current will pass
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    • going on around him. He is able to do this owing to the fact that his
    • those who are around him. Because of this the child is an imitative
    • the child's human spirit. Thus everything we see around us springs to
    • perception directly upon the intellect. That is the wrong way round.
    • the other way round, at the beginning of the school year, or of the
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    • sense-world that surrounds it and maintains it, for there is a
    • around us, we perceive mineral beings, plant beings, animal beings.
    • the human being has a relationship to the animal world around him
    • into carbon, as is done by nature in the world around you, then you
    • sense physical world around us; for outside there is the kingdom of
    • not a very pleasant surrounding for a lily. But through a weakening of
    • relationship to surrounding nature that not only (as we have shown on
    • up to adolescence, but in the plants around him, especially in so far
    • nourishment man also takes in substances from the world around him,
    • related to the nature around him, for otherwise he would not be able
    • take place around him, but he only goes through the middle part;
    • around us. It is in a certain way the anti-plant kingdom. The
    • ground. You live continually in forces. It is not in the least true
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    • understand man in his relationship to the world around him. It will
    • sole of your foot on the ground, there streams from without through
    • effects on man. Spirit is flooding round us when do bodily work.
    • spirit. For spirit continually floods round him when he does bodily
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    • limbs are held in balance. If you have this fundamental ground, its
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture I: The Necessity for a Spiritual Insight
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    • regards his surroundings. Nowadays we devote a good deal of thought to
    • surroundings? If, however, one looks more closely into the life of a
    • upon the imitation of what the child observes in his surroundings by
    • longer absorbs what he observes in his surroundings, but rather that
    • to be entirely surrounded by authority, then one has the possibility
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture II: Spiritual Disciplines of Yesterday: Yoga
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    • between consonants and vowels in speech. Consonants round off a sound,
    • When I form a consonant of any kind I give contour, I surround and
    • ground we tread on it, our footprints remain in it. Now suppose
    • imprints, just as it is I who make them on the ground; and only
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    • when we gaze around. Thus, for ordinary life, it is right, it is
    • surrounding it when we make the organism transparent in this way.
    • us. We do indeed see a spiritual world around us when our body has
    • man who thinks like this, on rational grounds, is not concerning
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    • adults around it. And the inner conflict taking place here is only
    • part, must surround with love the spiritual deed we do for the child
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    • which copied things or happenings in the surrounding world; or else
    • run round in a kind of eurhythmy, and getting them to experience the
    • between boys and girls does take place. Thus, round about the tenth
    • teach him of an external world of our surroundings.
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    • ground where it smashes. This is not a way to remove anger from a
    • much less the colours go into curves, or rounded forms; rather you
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    • through a pedagogy and didactics which take the given surroundings
    • We find it exceedingly difficult, if only on humane grounds, to leave
    • children sitting around a table with him, instead of in separate
    • bought corn and carted the corn to his mill and ground it into flour
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    • growth is delayed until round about puberty. After that, the boys
    • surrounding universe; in boys earthly environment is implanted through
    • the boy's whole organism. In the female organism, this rounding off of
    • A boy of 14 or 15 years old echoes in his being the world around him.
    • to a different teacher; I changed the teachers round. What is more, we
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    • organization turned around. Picture to yourself the back of the human
    • which I have just described to you were to be turned around again to
    • Our larynx eurythmizes; and we have then the assignment to turn around
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    • a rounding, or such. One must decidedly acquire a specific consciousness
    • above; feel distinctly the rounding of the arms within the movement
    • psychological grounds for becoming thin, such as being worn down and
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    • manner, we will prepare the grounds today for certain matters to be
    • science is not accepted on the grounds of such things is solely that
    • leaving the vibrations of the R in the background and bringing the
    • — to become a big head, then one must attempt to round it off
    • German language for example, that the rounded form which I have just
    • a repetition; the rounding is metamorphosed according to the situation.
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    • the bodily physiology into consideration. One can talk at length around
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    • their surroundings. And it is not good when the human etheric body becomes
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    • crystallizing agency; they have plastic forces and become round. That
    • the world turns around them so to speak, they will soon see what they
    • tends to call forth around himself a sort of aura which works back on
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    • assemble them around a point so that the earth can come into being.
    • contrast between the propulsive powers of magnesium and the rounding-off
    • from below upwards and rounding-off at the top, but from front to back
    • as well and from the back forwards, from above to below, rounding-off
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    • deformation, I must then first prepare the ground with consonantal
    • is present in each separate human organ which is rounded-off plastically
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    • of what we find around us in external nature. The vowel is born out of
    • vowel sounds themselves. How few of us experience the soft, rounded
    • looked upon as sufficient ground for becoming a reciter. But the art
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    • get it out of the ground and out of the air, From the mineral world;
    • become different? Well, first I have ground the seeds. What does that
    • stem and grows above the ground in the air, still has root forces in
    • their own fat. They say: “Whatever fat I carry around, I want to make
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    • plant comes to us out of the seed we put in the ground. The plant
    • if one just put minerals into the ground; then only the root becomes
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    • nature surrounding us becomes intelligible. It also becomes
    • increasingly clear to us how the outer facts of our surroundings can
    • view, which held that everything surrounding us is only a reflection
    • everything observed by man as the world around him reflects itself
    • being in order to find the archetype in him; instead, he looks around
    • with flowing colors and radiant light-beings surrounds him, the
    • continuously surrounds the human being. It is a real world, as real
    • as the world surrounding us that appears to us as reality. Once a
    • color and this light, and if they do not surround him but rather he
    • to surround its forms; it does not wish to absorb anything from
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    • through the ear and to return it as such to his surroundings. The ear
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    • bears within himself but everything surrounding him in outer nature
    • that here is the ground and that someone stands on the ground. Surely
    • the ground is not the person, but it must be there so that the person
    • to comprehend man, however, by the ground he stands on. Likewise, tone
    • needs air for support. Just as man stands on the firm ground, so —
    • in a somewhat more complicated way — tone has its ground, its
    • the ground for the person who stands on it. Tone rushes toward air,
    • different from the earthly ground on which he stands, so tone differs
    • singing is produced by his larynx but that singing is all around him,
    • surrounding it the planets, and beyond them the fixed stars, which
    • takes a step back, he brings the earthly affairs surrounding him to a
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    • wandering around. He could only experience a tone composed of outer,
    • try to promote appreciation of the octave at around age twelve. What
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    • teachers in school what they need as background for their
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    • surrounds us similarly when we sleep. In this lecture we shall bring
    • would discover nothing of the things around us through thoughts if
    • element as something that occurs around or within him. The moment he
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    • events as we are witnessing nowadays, lie around modern men of science
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    • is shed upon the real background of these things when I tell you of
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    • of the spiritual world around them; they lent themselves only to such
    • actual sense. One who stands strictly on the ground of spiritual
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    • ask ourselves: What was the historical background and the source of
    • surrounded by an etheric cloud that has gradually become entirely
    • of spirit were able to gaze at the astral pictures hovering around
    • he was surrounded in the palace by ‘forty thousand dancing-girls and
    • the outset he was proof against the delusive pictures around him,
    • world around him in the palace. Every picture kindled within him an
    • been surrounded only by the spectacle of exuberant youth, in order to
    • so saddened by his decision to forsake everything that had surrounded
    • taught in diverse forms to the pupils who were around him. The actual
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    • epoch — the human being strips off the astral sheath that is around
    • was speaking in a way that astonished those around him, because he
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    • around him men who always included the most direct descendants of
    • The Spiritual Ground of Education
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    • pervading the Universe and surrounding us everywhere. For the thoughts
    • everyone around him. Thus in the Nathan Jesus we see a Being with
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    • divine-spiritual Beings in the background.
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    • the great Spirit-Lodge grouped around One who is their Centre; they are
    • we are reminded how Twelve sit around a Thirteenth who is not
    • When Zarathustra, with his pupils around him, spoke of the realm of
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    • ground, and sprang up, and bare fruit an hundredfold. ...”
    • 8:8 And other fell on good ground, and sprang up, and bare fruit an hundredfold. And when he had said these things, he cried, He that hath ears to hear, let him hear. \
    • that has fallen on rocky ground and cannot germinate. The third kind
    • connection deeply grounded in Karma. Hence we are told that a woman
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    • with love. To those around Him Christ could speak to the following
    • understand and assess what is going on around you, you would know
    • In memorable words Christ Jesus said to those around Him that whether or
    • around Him: ‘You too must realize that you cannot serve two masters;
    • Christ Jesus wished to bring home to those around Him in the parable
    • bodies of those around Him. The impulse given by the great Buddha
    • in such abundance that it could pour into those around Him who needed
    • on the ground that one cannot say
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    • those who were around Him speak in this way? In order to understand
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    • themselves who, being closely around Him, were chosen to experience
    • surrounding Universe and of the spiritual ground of existence but to
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    • applies to anthroposophists, who will find illuminated the background
    • matters. This unbearable element tends to be driven underground into
    • supplemented by surrounding what one has unconsciously grown into
    • there. I mention this because it is the background against which I
    • getting round that! All the proofs were there in the physics
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    • applies to anthroposophists, who will find illuminated the background
    • walking around in flesh and blood. The naive impressions of
    • And that leads us to ask whether the conditions which surrounded
    • like that around, even at the turn of the century. At that time
    • cosmos and take a fall! You have to remain firmly grounded in the
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    • applies to anthroposophists, who will find illuminated the background
    • background which I have given you.
    • spiritual life, the view gained ground that certain insights about
    • This was exactly the same time at which the secrecy surrounding
    • their actions are grounded in the spirit, but their theories are
    • much that was happening around her. Indeed, do not believe that there
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    • applies to anthroposophists, who will find illuminated the background
    • Jewish background. These are two questions we must ponder when we
    • images. All around, frescoes on the walls reminded them of the
    • were everywhere. People perceived a spiritual world which surrounded
    • everything around them.
    • constituted according to Athene's intentions. The olive trees around
    • room in which beer glasses were clinking in the background. And once
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement: Lecture Five: The Decline of the Theosophical Society
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    • applies to anthroposophists, who will find illuminated the background
    • surrounding Christ. Where Blavatsky's contempt for Christianity was
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement: Lecture Six: The Emergence of the Anthroposophic Movement
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    • applies to anthroposophists, who will find illuminated the background
    • group which gathered round a great friend of Blavatsky's. Things were
    • Then my wife and I put the wrappers around them. I addressed them and
    • the background of never wanting to achieve more than circumstances
    • ground which, however, they did not want to leave because they did
    • aura around the individual whom he wants to idolize. The latter then
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement: Lecture Seven: The Consolidation of the Anthroposophic Movement
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    • around 1913 and 1914, and our position today. Let us look back at the
    • same. Something had affected them which should not grow on the ground
    • field. At first they remained rather in the background. Until 1919 or
    • ground, the we should never play a role. One repeatedly hears
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    • applies to anthroposophists, who will find illuminated the background
    • claiming that it was hardly a consistent view, on the grounds that a
    • sprouting all around them, what goes beyond the pedantic practice of
    • People accept the ethical commandments which are floating around
    • against a background of illustrations from modern civilization. When
    • around us judge us as they do. It is hard to know what the
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture One: Nature is the Great Illusion; Know Thyself
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    • still found today when we inquire into the Ground of the world.
    • different from anything I see and hear around me. I must arrive at an
    • thousand years ago the world and its divine Ground or essence were
    • (he is clear-sighted, he is aware of the world around). These
    • life of worlds. He was in touch with the divine Ground, the essence,
    • was nearer to the Ground of the world, more closely related to the
    • — that the Earth revolves round the Sun and that worlds are
    • and the planetary bodies revolving round it in cycles and epicycles.
    • the Ground and principle of the world in its entirety and an
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Two: The Three Worlds and their Reflected Images
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    • imaginary passage of the Sun round the Earth, that is to say,
    • comes into this hall and looks around, he will, of course, see the
    • surrounded by an auric cloud which was part of him. And whilst we, in
    • block of chairs to the right and left of the gangway surrounded by a
    • the Sun by day as a luminous sphere surrounded by a magnificent
    • East to West and surrounded by a most beautiful aura. Then they
    • surrounded by a reddish-yellow halo. This was the image they had of
    • luminous in the centre and surrounded by a halo. It travelled
    • conscious, I see objects around me, hear other people speak to me,
    • another peculiarity. We may dream of snakes all around us, of snakes
    • entwined round our bodies. Cocaine addicts, for example, will have
    • On the other hand, he begins to dream of something else around them,
    • moving about independently; they are the balls lying around as
    • surrounded by a spiritual world.
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    • we are terrified because there is no ground under our feet. This
    • entails. But if we breach the walls surrounding this world with
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    • forgets them and has to go over the ground again and again for
    • around, in the manifestations of warmth, light, colour and life. They
    • its totality. Beneath our feet are the plants and around us are
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    • solid ground; there is no doubt of its reality.
    • — everywhere around us we would perceive earth, water, air and
    • in the world around what man perceives when his senses are
    • exists universally in a subtle state of diffusion. We are surrounded,
    • was surrounded by plants and animals, his environment is now the
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    • We perceive external impressions of the world around because
    • around were dark and silent. But it was never intended that the
    • as they continue to vibrate, come in contact with the surrounding
    • organs, he cannot perceive anything. Darkness surrounds him; he is
    • and are unable to perceive the vast, majestic world around us. Take
    • around him. He perceives spiritually with that which in normal
    • experience a purely Earth environment around us. But we are, in
    • of vision, then we see a totally different world around us. The
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    • background.
    • sunlight radiates physically and etherically, are grouped round a
    • man were grouped round a Being called Gabriel, to adopt the ancient
    • round whom everything revolved, the Being of special significance in
    • body, remains more in the background, and other spiritual beings who
    • background. We learn from these figures that they were once united to
    • knowledge of normal consciousness, we are surrounded by the men
    • that the physical body is surrounded by a subtle aura of red,
    • yellow and blue light emanations which vary at different places round
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    • flowers and fruit are surrounded by the universal cosmic element. We
    • Earth, the etheric body around it and the astral element seemingly
    • permanently surrounded by such beings who are spectators of our
    • establish is that we are surrounded by beings who, in accordance with
    • have recently died are surrounded by strange demoniac forms. At the
    • to exist. They are always around us, for we inhabit the same world as
    • this in mind, we shall realize that everywhere around us is another
    • seemingly surrounded by poisonous plants. Every spiritualistic
    • séance is surrounded in fact by a garden of poisonous plants
    • but which grow up around the spiritualist circle, and from their
    • his own. Hence the black magician is perpetually surrounded by
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    • able therefore to incarnate in the ether surrounding the Earth. They
    • a void. He feels as if solid ground were slipping from under his
    • ground beneath his feet and has not yet developed the
    • impression of the aura around him. It was the true aura, not merely a
    • counterpart, he imagined in a true dream the aura around him. If he
    • physical body, we should be unable to walk or move around, because we
    • longer subject to gravity, that he no longer has firm ground beneath
    • researches are carried out by men with a scientific background and of
    • medium or somnambulist blindly stumbles around. In our present
    • medium, projects all kinds of manifestations into the world around.
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    • perception of objects around us to the reflected rays of the Sun.
    • first, the normal man, seeks to wander around in the light of the
    • differ in kind from those of nature. He begins to wander around. As a
    • lying in bed, as he would normally do, he wanders around and climbs
    • begins to invade and illumine all around — and the spiritual
    • fails to develop this consciousness he falls to the ground when we
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    • sleep, where he is surrounded by spiritual darkness and where he
    • a man who maintained that, just as a stone falls to the ground, so if
    • I pick up a chair and let go, it also falls to the ground since
    • to realize that objects must fall to the ground because they are
    • little further and take the case of the man who is well grounded in
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    • still found today when we inquire into the Ground of the world.
    • different from anything I see and hear around me. I must arrive at an
    • thousand years ago the world and its divine Ground or essence were
    • (he is clear-sighted, he is aware of the world around). These
    • life of worlds. He was in touch with the divine Ground, the essence,
    • was nearer to the Ground of the world, more closely related to the
    • — that the Earth revolves round the Sun and that worlds are
    • and the planetary bodies revolving round it in cycles and epicycles.
    • the Ground and principle of the world in its entirety and an
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    • imaginary passage of the Sun round the Earth, that is to say,
    • comes into this hall and looks around, he will, of course, see the
    • surrounded by an auric cloud which was part of him. And whilst we, in
    • block of chairs to the right and left of the gangway surrounded by a
    • the Sun by day as a luminous sphere surrounded by a magnificent
    • East to West and surrounded by a most beautiful aura. Then they
    • surrounded by a reddish-yellow halo. This was the image they had of
    • luminous in the centre and surrounded by a halo. It travelled
    • conscious, I see objects around me, hear other people speak to me,
    • another peculiarity. We may dream of snakes all around us, of snakes
    • entwined round our bodies. Cocaine addicts, for example, will have
    • On the other hand, he begins to dream of something else around them,
    • moving about independently; they are the balls lying around as
    • surrounded by a spiritual world.
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    • we are terrified because there is no ground under our feet. This
    • entails. But if we breach the walls surrounding this world with
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    • forgets them and has to go over the ground again and again for
    • around, in the manifestations of warmth, light, colour and life. They
    • its totality. Beneath our feet are the plants and around us are
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    • solid ground; there is no doubt of its reality.
    • — everywhere around us we would perceive earth, water, air and
    • in the world around what man perceives when his senses are
    • exists universally in a subtle state of diffusion. We are surrounded,
    • was surrounded by plants and animals, his environment is now the
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    • We perceive external impressions of the world around because
    • around were dark and silent. But it was never intended that the
    • as they continue to vibrate, come in contact with the surrounding
    • organs, he cannot perceive anything. Darkness surrounds him; he is
    • and are unable to perceive the vast, majestic world around us. Take
    • around him. He perceives spiritually with that which in normal
    • experience a purely Earth environment around us. But we are, in
    • of vision, then we see a totally different world around us. The
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    • background.
    • sunlight radiates physically and etherically, are grouped round a
    • man were grouped round a Being called Gabriel, to adopt the ancient
    • round whom everything revolved, the Being of special significance in
    • body, remains more in the background, and other spiritual beings who
    • background. We learn from these figures that they were once united to
    • knowledge of normal consciousness, we are surrounded by the men
    • that the physical body is surrounded by a subtle aura of red,
    • yellow and blue light emanations which vary at different places round
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    • flowers and fruit are surrounded by the universal cosmic element. We
    • Earth, the etheric body around it and the astral element seemingly
    • permanently surrounded by such beings who are spectators of our
    • establish is that we are surrounded by beings who, in accordance with
    • have recently died are surrounded by strange demoniac forms. At the
    • to exist. They are always around us, for we inhabit the same world as
    • this in mind, we shall realize that everywhere around us is another
    • seemingly surrounded by poisonous plants. Every spiritualistic
    • séance is surrounded in fact by a garden of poisonous plants
    • but which grow up around the spiritualist circle, and from their
    • his own. Hence the black magician is perpetually surrounded by
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    • able therefore to incarnate in the ether surrounding the Earth. They
    • a void. He feels as if solid ground were slipping from under his
    • ground beneath his feet and has not yet developed the
    • impression of the aura around him. It was the true aura, not merely a
    • counterpart, he imagined in a true dream the aura around him. If he
    • physical body, we should be unable to walk or move around, because we
    • longer subject to gravity, that he no longer has firm ground beneath
    • researches are carried out by men with a scientific background and of
    • medium or somnambulist blindly stumbles around. In our present
    • medium, projects all kinds of manifestations into the world around.
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    • perception of objects around us to the reflected rays of the Sun.
    • first, the normal man, seeks to wander around in the light of the
    • differ in kind from those of nature. He begins to wander around. As a
    • lying in bed, as he would normally do, he wanders around and climbs
    • begins to invade and illumine all around — and the spiritual
    • fails to develop this consciousness he falls to the ground when we
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    • sleep, where he is surrounded by spiritual darkness and where he
    • a man who maintained that, just as a stone falls to the ground, so if
    • I pick up a chair and let go, it also falls to the ground since
    • to realize that objects must fall to the ground because they are
    • little further and take the case of the man who is well grounded in
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    • are inside everything going on around us. We are inside these
    • not exactly musical experiences in our surroundings, and you
    • right surroundings, with walls of the colour indicated by
    • has produced around us in the way of the stress and noise of
    • cultural level, we have technology around us, stuffed full of
    • surroundings, we descend into a kind of ahrimanic sphere and
    • surrounded by the colour that suits him best, where he has no
    • is around them. For this to happen, however, we must really
    • technological surroundings is, of course, only in its
    • riverbed, the hollow in the ground. That would be the only
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    • extent: Round about us, in the environment of soul and spirit
    • reach a real comprehension of what lives around us and gives
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    • connect me with the realm of nature that surrounds me on the
    • shutting oneself off, as in a hothouse, from the life around
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    • round him by closing off his sense perception, likewise the
    • secrets. This is why the days around Christmas were always
    • not surround him in the way they do in ordinary life on the
    • the same way as the things around us relate to us; they make
    • around us, the minerals, plants and animals; they become our
    • ‘great’ in the materialistic age, sailing round
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    • meets us in life and whatever takes place around us, whether
    • these things. If it had been the other way round, and the
    • in forgetting everything else around us and concentrate
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    • the natural world around us that its effect on us is to warm
    • concepts we carry round with us. But if we really do
    • have the character of rest, serving only to round the pillars
    • inspire the people around you, you need to be young, you need
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    • centre, a focal point around which the kind of
    • on our part towards what ought to be crystallising around the
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    • first have to be turned round, and you would not see the
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    • we see around us and on the other hand to man.
    • around us if all they do is collect stones and plants and look at the
    • died, so, in the case of the earth and our surroundings, we must go
    • So we must picture that what today is lifeless around us
    • has liquid air. The air we have in our surroundings is only airy,
    • rest of the body was built around it in later times. The birds are
    • Thus man lives in the air surrounding him. But this air
    • live surroundings. At the time when man, animal, and plant existed,
    • was alive and man lived surrounded by what was alive just as now he
    • So this cosmic body was there and around it the other
    • the whole cosmic surroundings for animal and plant.
    • do? Well, it pushes it off, it makes something around itself, it
    • makes the eggshell around itself! That is the mineral element. The
    • around itself.
    • condition from the air, from the environment. What he had around him
    • Moon condition it was different; in the surrounding air there were
    • made a sort of milky pap around the Moon, a quite thin milk-pap in
    • eyes could be opened. In just the same way we look around us at the
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    • of the earth a densified fluid, and round about it a kind of air. But
    • needs firm ground for walking. You can imagine that these creatures
    • firm ground, that is, for walking or crawling, have their bones set
    • conditions, the surrounding air inside and the thick fluid outside.
    • that the moon was once in the earth. What circles round us out there
    • water. On the other hand the moon, which has around it what we have
    • surroundings of dense air. In addition to the sulphur there was an
    • immense amount of dissolved quartz in the thick air around the earth.
    • that surrounds us and that we need, almost half of that is silica!
    • is available, for 48 to 49% of our surroundings are made up of
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    • minerals and metals. And we have the air around us, and in the air
    • them, and around us the air-envelope containing mainly nitrogen and
    • the ground, we find there are certain layers or strata of earth. The
    • strata beneath the ground that contain animals quite different from
    • perishes lying on this piece of ground, and this particular soil does
    • shaped around the animal. But there is nothing inside; the soil has
    • not been absorbed by the body, but round about, because the animal
    • assume that there was something around it that dissolved, and only a
    • would experience in his old age that he was walking on ground a
    • all around. Now suppose that the egg is fructified. When it is
    • — for that was what surrounded the earth.
    • surroundings were living, then our eyes would have to be living too.
    • and form their body from it. When they sink into the ground, their
    • around them took the nitrogen to form their plant-body. Here, too, we
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    • once land. The ground has sunk. Everywhere where ground sinks, water
    • everywhere mussels and sea shells on the ground. That is proof that
    • other substances. Thus there was much softer ground and much denser
    • skeletons lie around everywhere; only a few have been found.)
    • how the ground sank where the Atlantic Ocean is now, and thus the
    • ground gradually sank. The humans we dig up today in the south of
    • of air; later, they built a body around this. Hence their bones are
    • Europe. There we now have ground that earlier was deeply submerged,
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    • where the Atlantic Ocean is today, there was formerly solid ground.
    • When we took around us in Europe we can really say: Ten, twelve or
    • fifteen thousand years ago the earth, the ground, became sufficiently
    • gestures was something that one cannot dig out of the ground-because
    • rounder. They gave names to single things, but what “a table”
    • ground. This is one of the characteristics of our painting: we must
    • shadow in the same way falling on the ground.
    • the ship turned round beautifully — but no one knew how to
    • close the screw, and there was the ship whirling round and round on
    • back the screw, and so the ship continued to go round and round. A
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    • do they get it from? They get it out of the ground and out of the
    • has it become different? Well, first I have ground the seeds. What
    • though it is stem and grows above the ground in the air, still has
    • around, I want to make myself; I want my very own fat.” But if
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    • ground. The plant cannot flourish unless the soil itself is to some
    • fertilizer, it is as if one just put minerals into the ground; then
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    • carried further. Think of a red surface. If the background is white,
    • the red will seem very vivid to you. But if you paint the background
    • gone by, peasants believed that there was emptiness all around them
    • as they moved about. Today everyone knows that there is air around
    • namely, that the earth revolves around the sun; let us take things as
    • We have the earth with the sun moving around it,
    • wonder. Around the sun there is a kind of radiating light. Whenever
    • around the sun. It has a name: the zodiacal light. People rack their
    • but where does this zodiacal light around the sun come from?
    • one assumes that the sun moves around through empty space, or —
    • light around them. Why is this? The haze is caused by the mist. At
    • beings would someday be no more than round heads rolling around the
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    • sun. Indeed, we humans would be unable to breathe the air around us
    • would be if the sun were not-as it appears-to go around the earth
    • the sun around the earth. In reality, of course, the sun does not
    • revolve around the earth, but that is how it appears.
    • time of the moon's rotation around the earth has a definite
    • moves the whole way around the zodiac. In the present year —
    • around yearly in the way it does, if it only made daily circuits as
    • for? It is because the soil in the low-lying ground of valleys is not
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    • the grubs, and the other way around, between the grubs and the
    • now already rising again, for the lowest point was reached around the
    • together in a room around and behind the stove and tell stories,
    • makes its way to where there is a kind of hole in the surrounding
    • were able to think about all year round. Such things can be
    • Think of the following: A group of people sits around a
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    • But now imagine that I round out the surfaces of these
    • on what has become rounded but yet is still free. And the sides of
    • the triangles which formerly were straight lines are now rounded too.
    • tetrahedron become round! And you see, our earth is actually such a
    • rounded tetrahedron.
    • Now the South Pole is here, and around the South Pole in
    • It is rounded, but actually though rounded it is this edge of the
    • everything round. If I were to make it round, I would come to the
    • in the universe as a rounded-out pyramid that sends its apex over
    • universe, curiously, as such a rounded-out tetrahedron, as a kind of
    • Chile and other places, then around the South Pole; and then you have
    • heats the ground, and where the earth contains substances that are
    • heating not only the ground below, but also the air above — and
    • his head, and so the head is round up above like the round universe.
    • rounded heads above, and the earth-forces reach up from below.
    • from above and molds the rounded form. It is very interesting!
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    • the sun makes a circle round the whole zodiac, finally getting back
    • this? It needs 25,920 years to go around and return to the same point
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    • then, any rational grounds for saying that it is nonsensical to speak of a
    • could be seen in the surroundings of the earth and in connection with the
    • sense-world. Hence it became clear that the sun does not revolve round the
    • earth; these new faculties compelled men to think of the earth as going round
    • We can comprehend this because we see around us the elements from which man
    • these problems, maintained on the ground of his own inner experience that
    • surrounding realms which are higher than those perceived through the senses.
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    • around us but cannot be directly known until the appropriate spiritual organs
    • great moment when his soul is awakened and the spiritual world around him
    • body which he has in common with all his mineral surroundings. Here, the same
    • inner wealth into harmony with the world around it, if it is not to be
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    • goes all round the tree. He eliminates himself by conscious action. When we
    • of Nature around us and investigating it bit by bit in order to discover its
    • secrets. His eyes are shining, as though to encompass everything around him
    • see in the background a beautiful landscape which gives its own special
    • on the man-made objects that are lying around, while Prometheus makes a
    • they extol fire. A man who is an all-round reflective thinker will not praise
    • Around the well-known waters,
    • all-round grasping of truth the entire human race, and not only individuals,
    • apprehended only by degrees. Or take a genuine, honest, all-round
    • has no grounds for pluming himself on this one account. There are no grounds
    • firmly on the ground of the truth he has acquired and must be ready to defend
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    • from it into his environment and into all the life around him. To enhance the
    • value of the soul for the surrounding world and at the same time to
    • surroundings. To this end, we need only devote our attention to the outer
    • not their own nullity, which they spread around them. Hands which would fain
    • around us, beyond our compass, or whether we look up to our invisible God, in
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    • coiled round their bodies.
    • runs from birth up to the beginning of the change of teeth around the age of
    • Intellectual Soul and the world around us, and anyone who knows what true
    • love surrounds him, will strengthen the forces of his physical body, making
    • spiritual background.
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    • concern; for Spiritual Science takes its stand on the firm ground of
    • wander off into the blue, but rather find our way from the solid ground under
    • lord and master of the instincts, passions and cravings which surge around,
    • misunderstanding has been gaining ground. Schopenhauer,
    • watch, that is percept; if you turn round, you have a picture of the watch in
    • latent within us, and when around us is a world we have not known before, a
    • verifiable ground the student can hold a well-founded belief that the
    • ground of reality. Through it a person can develop his own faculties and
    • a real world, not one that a man spins round himself.
    • nature around us, leading up from plants through animals to man, you will
    • dancing around. In these cases one can see how the introduction of
    • firmly planted on solid ground. He must not be a stranger to the world in
    • feelings on the firm ground of reality, in order that we may rise to higher
    • to the world around us the forces we have developed and see how well adapted
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    • anyone who looks round him in daily life will perhaps agree that a little of
    • this mean than that everything which surrounds us in the world, as Nature and
    • the surrounding world offers, in order to manifest through himself a kind of
    • world around us the forces which have produced in man the faculties which
    • astral body is a product, a flowering, of the surrounding world. Within the
    • and hearing; he can pour himself out into the surrounding world and live in
    • creates harmony between himself and the world around him. Or he can let his
    • himself and his surroundings, whether it be the outer world, to which he can
    • soul-life to flow out into the world around him. And if he continually
    • clear. For whereas man, by absorbing the forces of the surrounding world,
    • world around him? In other words, when can a piece of knowledge prove
    • beautiful in our surroundings, and by showing interest and understanding for
    • around him, until he grows out of himself and accomplishes the birth of what
    • by the surrounding world, brings forth on the heights of existence a new Ego,
    • Meister is driven around by all sorts of circumstances and reaches no
    • ground of reality from under his feet. It has been well said that the Muse
    • in relation to everything in the world around her. She dies as a plant dies,
    • relates how, like other people, she delighted in the world around her. Then,
    • the world around him it has a desolating effect on his soul. But this
    • can understand the great world around him only when his own enriched inner
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    • mimic the grunting to perfection, people would gather round and look on it as
    • ‘Your fruit was the one you buried in the ground, where it dissolved.
    • various actions. His Buddhist teaching tells him that everything around him
    • around him was designed to enhance the quality of life. Throughout his youth
    • he knew nothing of human suffering or sorrow; he was surrounded by nothing
    • sufferings of existence — that is what Buddhism puts in the foreground,
    • in the sense-world around us. Buddhism is a religion of release from
    • non-historical, quite in the sense of the cultural background out of which it
    • the world around him a source of suffering. Suffering is not inflicted on us
    • limitations of human seeing. Buddhism says: Look at the rocks around you;
    • surrounding world. If we correct this error, we shall indeed see that the
    • exists in his body, deriving no ideals from the world around him; he has no
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    • stands on the ground of Spiritual Science, and is used to examining
    • that science compels us to talk no more about the spiritual background of
    • ground of those who believe that in the not too distant future it will be
    • behind the phenomena. But it was not on scientific grounds that he took this
    • which extended all round the globe. He hoped to disprove the assumption that
    • rise and fall of air pressure prevails all round the globe. Hence he wished
    • consider man himself in relation to the world around him. As far as Spiritual
    • instruments for perceiving the surrounding world. When in sleep he lays these
    • is awake man sees everything around him by means of the sun and its radiance.
    • he was unable to control effectively his thoughts about the world around him.
    • incarnation. And these relics are to be found in the course of the moon round
    • circling round the earth? It is the earth itself, and here spiritual science
    • This little song, an evening round,
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    • quite clear that everything which surrounds us in the outside world is
    • everything material which surrounds us is interwoven with spiritual
    • sound, what surrounds us as air is not merely the substance as shown by
    • they relate to the surroundings of the outside world as symbols. In contrast,
    • round the topic as it were, we are presenting an artistic image of the
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    • than to seek the spirit where it is revealed in the world immediately around
    • and satisfied and in harmony with its surroundings. These feelings of
    • happening around us because we do not want to apply our understanding to it
    • surrounding world. We not only give something to those we love; we enrich our
    • weep. True laughing or weeping begins only around the 36th or 40th day. The
    • the trivialities that surround the subject which he really wants to get them
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    • means he can find the divine ground of the world, which he would not be able
    • through this to the divine ground, which also lies at the foundation of
    • the divine-spiritual ground of the world, which he therefore represents as a
    • similar multiplicity of spiritual grounds must exist. In modern times such
    • divine ground of the world as a unity derives from the nature of the ego, the
    • divine-spiritual ground of the world, for we cannot characterise it as either
    • divine ground of the world, they might come to see the subject of their
    • understand his personal background and so come to see why he speaks as he
    • one from the world around it. Hence we cannot say, as the mystic does, that
    • divine-spiritual ground of the outer and inner worlds hold sway in us, and
    • same ground as the infinite world of stars shining in on us, as the
    • yourself above yourself and truly let the divine spiritual ground of worlds
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    • world we are standing somewhere surrounded by the blackness of night, we may
    • the soul, so that from this ground the most fruitful moments
    • around us with whatever illumination we may have received, then prayer will
    • today, especially on the ground of Theosophy wrongly understood — and
    • grounds for it. Anyone familiar today with the underlying causes of life will
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    • which surrounds us.
    • the real outward events and then the outer events break down around it. For
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    • Our account will stand entirely on its own ground.
    • round for a kind of clarifying definition of what is meant by a positive or
    • around us, we find that they are at widely different levels of development.
    • in the soul. There is no way round that. When a man suppresses all stimuli
    • the ground of genuine spiritual science, free from charlatanry, will never
    • the spiritual facts and beings which are always around us. Among them,
    • be open also to the evil spiritual powers and forces around us just as if we
    • in which they respond to the influence of Nature around them. What then is it
    • received by people from their surroundings. Here, too, we can gain important
    • today, many of the philosophical systems that buzz around would not exist.
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    • the background of conscious soul-life as shadows. Numerous other examples
    • different to someone running around a tree and saying if only he runs fast
    • round the tree but at most with a person who winds himself round a tree like
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    • life, if we are to get to know the spiritual background of our own
    • around us all the time, enter into our soul-life as a wealth of beings and
    • the spiritual. He beheld the spiritual around him and looked on himself as
    • that he was as though surrounded by a vision of the evil he had
    • evil deed? They were pictures whereby the spiritual powers around him showed
    • cosmic background out of which man himself had emerged. When the time came
    • seen in the light of its spiritual background. This has been provided for in
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    • something like a voice which spoke through all surrounding phenomena and
    • later on, they perceived the spiritual world as a reality all around them. We
    • firmly-grounded ego, produced a kind of excess of strength, an enthusiasm
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    • isolation, a revelation which no one else in his surroundings
    • Then, when he was around eighteen, he left
    • home to travel. He went through Palestine and the surrounding
    • whom he sat from his nineteenth until around his twenty-fourth
    • stayed, when they sat together around the table, had visions in
    • But he did not only travel around in
    • consciously experienced the fact that in his surroundings the
    • noticing what was around him. He lived, with the I gone, wholly
    • the despairing man looked around he saw Jesus a good distance
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    • vision it rises from the objects and processes around us, which
    • purpose of serving the Archai as food. While we walk around
    • were it to be ground to porridge by our teeth and pass through
    • the grains of wheat ground into porridge by your teeth in order
    • consciousness of the Archai. One must be mentally ground up and
    • walks silently around a house that is always closed, only
    • the area around Golgotha. I can't say if it was an eclipse of
    • place in the area around the event of the Mystery of
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    • formerly solid ground. I will make a rough sketch of this. Today we
    • has been preserved. When we look around us in Europe we can really
    • someone else has a less angular table, a table that is rounder. They
    • the shadow the ball throws on the ground. This is one of the
    • rightly, we put shadow in the same way falling on the ground. But
    • when lo and behold, the ship twisted round — but no one knew
    • what to do next, and there was the ship whirling round and round on
    • manipulated, and so the ship continued to go round and round. A
    • the Chinese is much more interested in the world around him, in the
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    • surrounding universe do, none the less, work with immense power in
    • much driven into the background. For you see, in the case of
    • background in the nature of the bees, and reserved for the Queen bee
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    • matter if the larva were to occupy a round one. In Nature it
    • concerned to have hexagonal surroundings.
    • blood-vessels, and the separately situated round-shaped cells which
    • the albuminous cells (which remain round) and the blood, the same
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    • I say, that generally speaking, twilight surrounds the bees. But when the
    • the whole ground of bee-keeping, I believe you will find that just the
    • the light, it does not feel that it becomes light all round it, but
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    • that we had honey all the year round. Honey was given away in those
    • lump just like a big stone and surrounded by all manner of resin and
    • emergency the whole colony had the instinct to surround the dead
    • away, they helped themselves; they made a shell all round it.
    • shell, but continually surround the nest with excretions of their
    • bees surround it, and thereby gets so weakened that they can do
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    • feet in height and flowers the whole year round. It is cut only in
    • flowers all the year round, this will in future be avoided, for this
    • whole surrounding tissue of the leaf is changed; the leaf would have
    • surrounding the little wasp-egg, we find the so-called gall-nut or
    • spot, and all round the egg there is this metamorphosed
    • the higher animals, and with man, the egg is already surrounded with
    • plant, just as the chorion is formed as a sheath round the egg in the
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    • the ground that people should not drink it so strong, one offers what
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    • entrances, searching their surroundings, and collecting what they
    • other it builds on the ground a kind of wall (drawing on the board);
    • here it is raised; here, it forms a circle on the surrounding earth,
    • grow round about, with the exception of one particular kind of grass. All
    • in the centre we have a kind of hillock, and all round it looks as
    • though the ground had been very finely paved. Through the ants biting
    • There is the ant-hill, and all round it a smooth pavement, almost
    • search all round about and collect a certain kind of grass which they then
    • in the place they have made so smooth, and in all the surrounding
    • seeds, as hard as stone. One can find these ant-hills. Round about
    • there in the clouds. We should have to look around us and say:
    • no wasps for instance, but from the surrounding regions there
    • in a condition of which one could say that it was surrounded by
    • suddenly the cow-herd's dog goes mad, rushes round like a mad dog,
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    • hollow, then flies off and collects all manner of things from round
    • of air that surrounds the whole earth is always permeated with formic
    • always be surrounded not only by oxygen and nitrogen, but by formic
    • there was always a man who went round to announce them who carried a
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    • Kalamazoo. I mean the whole surroundings: The fact that one
    • woman, will also have to stand his ground in the discussion
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    • — to go around the matter to a certain extent, and to
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    • thinking around; then he becomes aware of the completely illusory
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    • democratic, one cannot turn around and say that one doesn't want
    • independent judgment and actions in regard to its surroundings. The
    • currency. The Swiss realize that the whole world revolves around the
    • splitting apart (of the state structure), what happens around it,
    • — because these political systems that surround Austria
    • things. Only when this mutual watch of the surrounding powers
    • case of Switzerland, yet it is different. All around, there are all
    • their own, independent of the whole world that revolves around this
    • underground-existence, so to speak, whereas the element that is
    • as an element standing on its own ground, is a very stern element, an
    • of their husbands. You see, the ladies arrived around twelve o'clock
    • and black tails. This image always turns itself around in my mind:
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    • around a larger township, at a distance that one could travel
    • the surrounding villages. They could count on a set
    • floated around you, as if the words flew around you. You can
    • surroundings. One gradually learns to listen to the sounds,
    • sound-modulation. into this “growing round” and
    • surroundings the way I have described it.
    • varying degrees, to being heard in the surroundings. A
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    • was really talking about. I have gone all around asking what
    • say that? I say it on the grounds that no one who tells such
    • And, you see, such a firm grounding in the events of the
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    • of Arian Christianity. The dogmatic conflict in the background is not so
    • Christianity lived, in contrast to the other background that originated
    • no Latin. In the towns and in the surrounding villages there was a living
    • to what is taking place in the world around one politically and socially
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    • solidly on a common ground with scientific and other cultural
    • grow together with, be one with, the world around us, and we
    • surroundings.
    • observation will admit that the whole of nature surrounding
    • what we perceive at first as foreign surroundings. We group
    • good grounding in the knowledge of geometry and mathematics.
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    • really stand, is this: that the natural world around us, just
    • natural surroundings. In this regard, mathematical thinking
    • consciousness seems spread out all around us — the
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    • rounding, which analytic geometry describes only externally.
    • surroundings of the spatial form, into its inner
    • members of our cosmic surroundings precisely by virtue of the
    • cosmic surroundings; one also comes to know one's
    • soul-spiritual connection with the cosmic surroundings. The
    • Just as the physical breath from the surrounding cosmos lives
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    • complete extinguishing of the surroundings that up to this
    • forces at work in European civilization around the fourth
    • around the period of 340 or 350
    • has somehow crystallized out of its mineral surroundings.
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    • ground. This is why it means so much to us that you, the
    • surrounding world of spiritual science. Through these windows
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    • of that for which we have striven. And then we contemplate nature around
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    • And on these grounds Stirner opposes even the notion of Providence.
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    • free from all external impressions and has as its ground man's inner
    • grounded in spiritual realities, just as color and tone are grounded in
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    • all around and so forth. Such things emerge. These things show that
    • is emptiness around him, or what he perceives as emptiness, he is beset
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    • a result of a kind of detour around thinking. We steep ourselves in
    • the body. And if one then spreads this around and suffuses it throughout
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    • he had founded. He had striven for an intellectual intuition. He ground
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    • this the other way around. Regarding this process which we
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    • the earth and its surroundings that ordinary science cannot
    • being strongly penetrated by light. He is thus surrounded by
    • from the extra-terrestrial cosmos, surrounding the earth but
    • that electricity flows by itself from one ground wire to
    • underground. This has to do with the electric field that the
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    • elsewhere, is completely born exoterically only around the
    • bodies only walk around the substances, as it were; they have
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    • below the ground, and in these areas the earth gets
    • ground, particularly in water, and it must be studied from
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    • of remedies can arise only if one is impelled from the ground
    • could surround it with fields and manure these fields with
    • surround the other organization of the human being, just as
    • the lungs surround the heart, showing us the archetypal form
    • lungs surrounding the heart, the lungs embracing, as it were,
    • the sexual organization are surrounded in this way by the
    • that the upper posterior human being surrounds the lower
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    • and gather them around a center so that the earth can come
    • the forces of fluorine which round off. It is a process which
    • upwards, rounding itself above, and it also occurs from front
    • rounding itself below. Again you can get an almost palpable
    • and because it is getting too big, it does not get around to
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    • be able to come out of the ground. They would always remain roots
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    • of the soul. If, however, we go far into the world around, we must
    • Let us place ourselves in blackness, absolute black around us, black
    • image of the spirit (see Diagram 2). As we go around the circle, we
    • truly as I have there the world which surrounds me, so truly have I
    • the world around me in its images when I ascend from black to green,
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    • speaking. So that we can get this colour only in a roundabout way, and
    • flows together, to make a piled-up wave, as it were, round a lighter
    • into my innermost self and build, as it were, a crust round me, and so
    • background to a picture, but you have given weight to the yellow,
    • therefore. If they made a gold background, like Cimabue, they gave the
    • And the figures could stand out of the background of gold, could grow
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    • paint a black table on a white ground, it is purely a drawing, but you
    • which surround the earth and belong to its planetary system, were, as
    • groundless, vacillating and tending to empiricism. We should like our
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    • as the stuff that he can roll round with his tongue, or the future
    • does work in our heads is really the light that surrounds us. And we
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    • pointed out to you that we see around us, first of all, the world of
    • surrounds us in the form of light: world-thoughts which one in the
    • world as we do now, and they will say: Nature shines round about us;
    • around us is the consequence of seed borne by former dwellers on
    • all we observe around us? We see a world which certainly can uplift
    • wonderful world around us. That is an important result of a
    • surroundings. Not only are you filled with this thought, but you must
    • literally surround us as spirits of light.
    • past in which beings have worked to form our surrounding Nature as it
    • longing to feel weight around him, and he returns once more to
    • because it is more rounded, here. (See Diagram 2)
    • round like this and close here ... under certain conditions I do
    • not go up here to the top like this — but round here — and
    • coming round here — I must leave space and finish it off so: here
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    • part of the surrounding world.
    • sleep there are no things around us which can be weighed, however odd
    • it appears, nor are there things around us which can be counted or
    • But when one looks round in all these worlds — the unconsciousness
    • surroundings. At the time of materialistic high-tide, people wrote
    • background.
    • Art mankind sits between two stools on the ground, between the Icon
    • told you, one must stay on the ground if one applies only physical
    • awake, to look round and see what is and what is not, and to advance
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    • men's souls, and surrounded them. When Raphael painted Madonnas, there
    • surrounds him, in which he is steeped. We may say that our artists are
    • without that living inner sympathy, a red ball can revolve round a
    • elements round the figure: this is what you would have. You take away
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    • not become blue, but smaller, the foreground not red, but larger. This
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    • But these are all beings: in the midst of the Thrones, round them the
    • interested only in the warmth which he spreads around. He does not say
    • Life, which rounded off, smoothed and shaped the colours, called forth
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    • ground of spiritual science, The transition can be made by
    • ‘Mid brother spheres, his ancient round. .
    • grounds I would like to add: Do we then not come to know
    • Aristotle, Phidias. Their personalities can be rounded off in
    • punishment. The earth is here as a training-ground for human
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    • and also of everything that is taking place around us, seems
    • Those who stand on the ground of Spiritual Seience must
    • force around which all the prevailing elements of fear
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    • drag around with us a great deal of history — a very
    • what I mean by “dragging around” with us the
    • around with us as history since the Greek age will lie at
    • Spiritual Science must assuredly have lost all solid ground
    • without solid ground underfoot. We, however, could have a
    • all ground from under our feet. Ahriman might well rub his
    • future’! They have lost the ground from under their
    • that we no longer stand an the solid ground of the earth. If
    • configuration of the heavenly bodies circling around the
    • the ground into the cupola — which should be
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    • with acanthus plants growing around it, and he said to
    • Imagine a kind of stage, and as an amphitheatre around it,
    • in a procession round and inside the circle. Something
    • then passes round inside the circle; others are sitting in
    • journey round the earth, sends its rays thus, running
    • was presented in circling procession. The people sat around
    • in a circle and the actors passed around in a procession.
    • introduced as a painting around the pillar, the Earth-motif
    • into itself — the Ego bent round, in this case bearing
    • intuition will arise that the decoration around it is the
    • had seen a basket surrounded by acanthus leaves and that then
    • were, around the etheric body that is rising like the sun. It
    • is taken away from them. This roundness here must be
    • acanthus leaves around it. The truth is that something
    • that what surrounds us in our building is the expression of
    • saw a basket strewn around with acanthus leaves and then used
    • which has the power to impress itself into what surrounds us
    • framework around us —they will also understand the goal
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    • the soul and spirit will hover around us, whispering of the
    • We feel that a mystery is there around us, calling out to the
    • of men. When men's hearts and souls are surrounded by the
    • diagram) we have the wall surrounding the Greek Temple, with
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    • Temples can be thought of apart from the surrounding land.
    • around in the district; if nobody enters the Temple, it
    • within its surrounding territory, belongs to the territory.
    • around it, outside it. The Temple belongs to the surrounding
    • territory, is thought of as the altar of the land around it.
    • on the land and in the pursuits of human beings living around
    • ‘all-too-human,’ and hallows everything around
    • they gather around the God in their labours. Gothic Churches
    • the essential thing. And when we pass around inside our
    • when one thinks of the background as a pane of glass and that
    • of the God, the Church of Christendom the framework around
    • ground-plan and rounded form. The building is bipartite but
    • are round about us; it is for us to understand the language
    • track. They stand on the same ground as those who interpret
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    • structure around the organ. This line will be found in many
    • the West and feel yourselves surrounded by the circular
    • the etheric sheath of the head is always around us. Man, the
    • been permeated with the hidden Spirit and can have around him
    • one with the Spirit poured out around us in the forms —
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    • of hosts of spiritual beings who are flowing around and
    • to look around here and say, ‘This is wood, I know that
    • surrounded by green had no ego whereby he reaches beyond the
    • spiritually around us. A beginning must be made. Something
    • that is not achieved by imitation and which is all around us
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    • flows around him, in which he is immersed. We might even put
    • blue discs are revolving round each other, the one towards
    • sphere may indeed seem to move around a blue, but he does not
    • to the form but to the forces and weaving being round about
    • indeed active in the structure of the human brain. Around man
    • of the wholly groundless idea that spiritual knowledge might
    • can also be studied in its mental aspect in surroundings of a
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    • the world that surrounds us. The Greek did not grow out of and
    • divine, the necessary; we see nothing around us but facts that
    • surrounded and embraced by her, unable to withdraw from her and
    • all-round satisfactory solution to these æsthetical
    • surroundings and observe it in this isolated condition, much in
    • surrounding reality had a direct determining influence as well.
    • laws; all arbitrary phantasy falls to the ground; there
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    • Kalamazoo. I mean the whole surroundings: The fact that one
    • woman, will also have to stand his ground in the discussion
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    • — to go around the matter to a certain extent, and to
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    • the surrounding villages. They could count on a set
    • floated around you, as if the words flew around you. You can
    • surroundings. One gradually learns to listen to the sounds,
    • sound-modulation, into this “growing round” and
    • surroundings the way I have described it.
    • varying degrees, to being heard in the surroundings. A
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    • while fatigued, liked to walk around the room. Speech is
    • was really talking about. I have gone all around asking what
    • say that? I say it on the grounds that no one who tells such
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    • space around us are what gives us a sense of the world. And
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    • surrounds us here is maya and illusion.
    • feels the external circumstances surrounding us to be maya
    • ripeness through this warmth which can surround us here, so
    • ground and soil in which these seeds of the spirit may
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    • Which from the grounds of eternity
    • in the shining light of thoughts around the dodecahedral
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    • Which from the grounds of eternity
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    • else, we place spiritual things in the foreground? And that
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    • For the Christ-Will in the encircling round holds sway
    • you start hunting for suitable people, you look around all
    • receives the ground on which it stands at this Foundation
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    • to start by explaining the ground-plan of the Goetheanum to
    • the facade. I want to shape the ground-plan and the whole
    • Goetheanum will not be as round a building as the old
    • such a way that it would have a lower level — a ground
    • there will be a stage at the rear with a rounded form.
    • solve this problem by having on the ground floor, that is the
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    • your physical body. But look around you at your own
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    • rectangular, having no longer a ground-plan that is circular.
    • window surrounds. I also want to bring it about that inwardly
    • remember as rounded forms in the earlier Goetheanum
    • visible in the background (whitish). And the whole of this is
    • that on the lower level, the ground floor, they will develop
    • expressed in the roundness of the building.
    • off the other way round, though I don't know whether this
    • from the grounds just outside here the ruins still in flames,
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    • For the Christ-Will in the encircling round holds
    • Which from the grounds of eternity
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    • phase of the Society's life, everything centered around the goal of
    • amount to something only if it is made the nurturing ground of
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    • practical situation prevailing in the life around them must be taken
    • the human world around him. He grows up, and as he does so he grows
    • surrounding population. It takes a deeply experienced inner revulsion
    • from the life around one, in other words, everything of an ethical,
    • anthroposophists have to keep on being part of the world around them
    • fiddling around where a firm will is what is really needed, one can
    • that is happening in the world around us, that will imbue us with the
    • enemies who will not meet us on objective ground. It is
    • background is in no position to carry on a debate about
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    • look about him if he wants to see the surrounding world. But he still
    • than that surrounding us reveals itself in art, a higher nature that,
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    • lesser flames of New Year's Eve were drawn is there in the background
    • elsewhere. We would not have taken our stand on ground that means so
    • background experiences of the human soul. The cultus derives its
    • But the ground this springs from need not be the same for the
    • some part in communal life. The space we and those around us occupy
    • the same we have. We wake at hand of our immediate surroundings to
    • related to the world around us. We cease being completely to
    • surrounding him in the right way in everyday life, so do we wake up
    • grounded in our understanding of things of the spirit only when we do
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    • have been making here in the past several weeks to round out the
    • conditions surrounding its life was indicated, and that it has a
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    • different sense than our natural surroundings do, an image of the
    • the same sense perception of his surroundings that those about him
    • consciousness. And these same surroundings provided a person with the
    • than one can wake up in regard to the merely natural surroundings.
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    • grounds for lawsuits. There is every indication that they are looking
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    • within, and that above all, what may be in the background can
    • else falls into the background.
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    • picture of it from one side only, but we must walk around it and draw
    • that have their rise in the surrounding world, and we seldom ask:
    • all our surroundings, all that custom and education have woven round
    • surrounding world. The strength we otherwise received directly from
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    • obtained. Even in ordinary observation we must go all round an object
    • observer who climbs a mountain in order to observe the surrounding
    • the ordinary world around us — and which when it deals with man
    • that surrounds us we acknowledge that on every side it presents to us
    • way to picture the world around us, in which we ourselves are placed,
    • what is spiritual will be aroused in us by the surrounding world
    • one time or another, and on surrounding conditions. This is why the
    • journeyed in the night to Mars, where our surroundings would be quite
    • pictures of all that surrounds us; and these in a certain sense can
    • of the surrounding world, which then continue to live in the ego no
    • the world around us. If the pictures a man receives of the astral
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    • theosophical background. I explained that in all we strive for, more
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    • Spirit of Christ spoke to the people around Him of the Mysteries of
    • delusion, nothing more. It is like the rings we see round street
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    • picture were made of what a horse or a dog sees round it this would
    • fact that the ego reaches out over the whole surrounding world and
    • physical man and of the physical objects around him it is the ego,
    • this means the man is asleep. Then no pictures of the world surround
    • gathered round him at a later day. Man came forth from Spirit, and
    • apparent contradiction to all that goes on around it. The fate of
    • human being. Conflict with its surroundings is apt to develop, and
    • only physical facts) that the people around such a child know nothing
    • born for the salvation of mankind is surrounded by storms of
    • it into disharmony with its surroundings, and that this was necessary
    • blank surrounds him. But suppose that a man could retain his
    • surrounded by a spiritual world — the world into
    • must be strengthened so that the surrounding spiritual world becomes
    • spiritual world and being surrounded by animal forms which attack us
    • experienced the shock of coming up against His surroundings, as
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    • a certain point. Under favourable circumstances this lies round about
    • surrounding world works on us quite differently from how it does
    • belongs rather to the whole surrounding universe. It does not express
    • child still feels within the whole surrounding world, feels that it
    • as an individual from the world around it. We can therefore say, the
    • contact with the surrounding universe in the first years of
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    • sometimes piercing surrounding space. They stream forth differently
    • Everything around us
    • surroundings. They are not restricted merely to what is material, for
    • relationships with the surrounding world. This is a fact and, if you
    • a healthy relationship between man and the surrounding world —
    • that is, between the astral body of man and the surrounding world
    • surrounding world is evoked through frequent handwashings, an
    • surroundings is blunted, and bluntness is different from the loss of
    • surrounding world. We have here to consider things connected with the
    • connections between man and the surrounding world arise which we
    • ego is brought in touch with the world around us. We then feel that
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    • the?” And those who were round about Jesus answered and
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    • seen that even on scientific grounds we are driven towards new ideas.
    • stirs, when on the ground of true spirituality perhaps, the direct
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    • see how the ideas we hold were gaining ground. And when from that
    • guidance of the world; of what fills surrounding space as the
    • everything around as clear and full of meaning.
    • here to-day) were born in past centuries into other surroundings and
    • own fortress. And round this fortress which all the others wished to
    • surrounding nature, that he can only overcome his lower nature when
    • age has once more come round in which the Holy Temples speak, not now
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    • soul could not develop organs if there were not substances around us
    • only from the world of desires, of the impulses around us. Like without
    • of the universe. Theosophy stands there on the ground which just corresponds
    • teachers who tower above humankind surrounding them, who draw them up
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    • thereby spreads in all directions. We know more and more about our surroundings,
    • As we are today surrounded
    • turn round the sentence: God created the human being according to his
    • Is it not true that — if we look around in the world — we
    • member of all things that surround us in the physical world, so to speak,
    • our surroundings we have experienced. What we have experienced, however,
    • and advanced to higher levels of existence stood always on this ground
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    • Now, look around in the Gospels,
    • anyhow on the ground of the Gospels if we take the one or the other of these
    • fulfilled itself. If we look at this, we stand completely on the ground of theosophy.
    • hear in the Gospel that Christ passed a blind-born man. And those who were around
    • why it is not expressed. Christ lived in a surrounding in which the doctrine
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    • it has been necessary to look around, maybe just in our time, at Kant,
    • but not less strictly rational Eucken. Who has looked around there who
    • around the whole astronomical world view. He removed the earth from
    • turns around the whole physical world view. It is the opinion of most
    • philosophers of the 19th century that one has to turn around. You can
    • as the things which we perceive with our senses round us as sensory
    • result to which Kantianism has come that the world surrounding us must
    • He lets everything circle around the human mind like Copernicus let
    • the earth circle around the sun.
    • I can know nothing about it. Hence, the world which surrounds me is
    • people believe that the whole starry heaven and the sun surround them.
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    • result in the end that everything that we have round ourselves is appearance,
    • is only our mental picture. What we have round ourselves is no reality, but
    • it is controlled by the laws which we ourselves prescribe to our surroundings.
    • appearance. If this is the case, everything that surrounds me — the table,
    • that we have knowledge not only of that which surrounds us physically, but that
    • only a relationship to the physical world surrounding him, but that it would
    • a sensation. Then the eye puts the picture again outwardly, surrounds itself
    • with the stimuli which it has received, and puts them again around in the world
    • world which surrounds us would be nothing else than what we would have created
    • that which surrounds us in the outside world is mere illusion. Also he tried
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    • to the conclusion: the world is our idea; I have shown how everything that surrounds
    • epistemologists have found that everything that surrounds me is nothing but
    • May be everything else that surrounds me an idea, I myself is my will. —
    • the world which surrounds me is appearance. But like the smoke points to fire,
    • elliptical orbits round the sun. This is a thought which gives us insight in
    • Then somebody who stands on the ground of subjectivist epistemology would have
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    • receded a little bit into the background when our natural sciences started to
    • ground of the right physical laws, and compare that with the natural sciences
    • Aquinas says: what we see in our sensory surroundings is filled perpetually
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    • cell surroundings function, one would know all single movements and could register
    • pass objects round ourselves. The objects make their impressions on us. They
    • to live in poverty and misery, maybe not only by the surroundings in which he
    • it would be wrong if a mother surrounded her child with nothing but India rubber
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    • up his soul, if this shadowy reality of thoughts surrounds him in such a way
    • and sees the lifeless minerals around him, he sees them controlled by physical
    • language of the spirit to him. The spirit speaks to him from the surroundings.
    • the spirit of the surroundings speaks to the human being who lives without desire
    • the spirit round itself. As long as the ear still has the immediate sensitiveness
    • spiritual things round us speak to us. That is why the theosophical teaching
    • are round him, but he does not perceive them. He knows nothing about his surroundings.
    • our surroundings if we want to call these surroundings “real.” A
    • lot may be round us, may be real, and may be essential — we know nothing
    • and knows nothing of that which takes place round him. The human being can be
    • transported into surroundings time and again where the spirit speaks to him.
    • He can be in surroundings where the spirit speaks to him. Now and at every moment
    • you are also in surroundings in which the spirit speaks to you, because everything
    • round us is done by the spirit. The physical laws are spirit, only that the
    • Compared with his spiritual surroundings
    • world which are round us speak a loud, clear language to us, then this can only
    • the pupil has attained on which he is able to perceive the world round himself
    • as the everyday human being loves the things round himself, then he has become
    • mature to perceive the spirit round himself. Then he does no longer wish what
    • which surround us in nature as reality the thought free of wishes works on our
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    • When around the middle of the 19th
    • because we have attained a clear consciousness. Round us many beings live which
    • spiritual worlds again which always surround us.
    • spiritual world surrounding us in double way. The first way is that we investigate
    • which is round us. We do not see it because our consciousness outshines it.
    • the spiritual world surrounding us with perfect continuity, with maintenance
    • it is spread already here around our nature, and its light rises in every pure
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    • where they understand nothing of that which takes place in their surroundings
    • example, to the words of a certain person. They see and hear nothing around
    • processes in the background of my eyeball, they transform the so-called visual
    • and can go on working. The other lighting around him does not exist for him,
    • which surround him, either in irregular way or in regular way if the ego is
    • has erected the shell of our organs with their sensory gates round us. Our consciousness
    • which are perpetually around us. We perceive them if our consciousness is eliminated.
    • the processes round itself in the way as we perceive them with our bright daytime
    • consciousness, but everything round us was symbolised, as well as the dream
    • world of the beings and the spiritual life which surrounds us. Today certain
    • round themselves, which surrounds us at every moment. The theosophical teachings
    • result in the end: the conviction of a spiritual world round us.
    • But Goethe did not doubt the manifestations of the spirit around
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    • listeners among you who may be enthusiastic followers of spiritism not to roundly
    • these questions. It seems if we look around in the old and new spiritistic movements,
    • beings cause that knocking sounds are to be heard in their surroundings that
    • In this time the ground was prepared
    • world round us. — Eckhart characterises such apparently super-sensible
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    • impresario walks around in the audience and says at the end of the hall: say
    • who walked around was a very skilful ventriloquist. The medium moved the lips
    • the phenomena of hypnosis in a coffin; thus that retreated into the background
    • are exercised perpetually round us. When you enter a room and there are other
    • than one thinks usually. Then one understands a lot of our surroundings. Then
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    • appearance. As well as any being is adapted to its surroundings, the developing
    • soul is adapted directly to its surroundings. Hence, you have not to search
    • we feel as a brilliant light, what is put around the figures is the world of
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    • ground which could have taken place, however, easily on theosophical ground.
    • If we look around today in our contemporary
    • of the world on account of scientific facts. If we look around in the circles
    • rather on a ground which can be circumscribed as I try it now. I ask you to
    • that the old Atlantean land was covered by a wide nebulous sea that the ground
    • human beings have always stood higher than others of their surroundings —
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    • we not be able to think that that which we see round ourselves could not develop
    • and then Lotze put it in the formula: the world round us would
    • themselves say to us that everything that we see in the physical world round
    • around the turn of the 15th century to the 16th century splitting again what
    • the truth core rests that he only needs to be surrounded with a spiritual atmosphere
    • unite, they create that atmosphere round themselves in which the single human
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    • or is educated in a Christian surrounding. Is Buddhism not a religion that was
    • Not only the average human being is depending on his surroundings, on his age
    • attained a lofty level of wisdom and divine will is still depending on his surroundings
    • we no longer give grounds for such prejudices, as if we wanted to announce a
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    • surrounds us in nature, in forest and crag, wind and storm; the kind
    • thinking. We cannot help sensing that in everything that surrounds us
    • round about us and in the firm earth beneath us. Looking back into the
    • around Jesus the forces of the Nirmanakaya
    • word. And in all these occurrences grouping themselves round a central
    • around the future Christ event. And if we look at the whole of
    • to be found that point to what is in surrounding nature, and who also
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    • surrounded by these remaining parts of the etheric bodies of the dead,
    • and for days he lay as though dead. The twelve now gathered round him
    • way to imagine them is to picture the twelve in a circle round the
    • text was awarded a prize. Even around 1850 Drossbach
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    • a marked attentiveness to the events in our surroundings — and do
    • occurring around us. This apathy is spreading more and more; it is the
    • attention to our surroundings. Anyone who observes his environment
    • surroundings, devotion to all living beings, and insight. And,
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    • human individuality in the foreground.
    • one gropes around in obscure hypotheses and theories and explains them
    • that it has to reject its research on the grounds that it is
    • When we consider the occult background, we see how the life of
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    • others around us during early childhood — they, as a rule, are
    • surroundings, so must we ask what the environment of the higher self
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    • stars revolving around it. The very ground slipped from under men's
    • has maya around him not only in his material perceptions but his
    • revolve around it in ellipses. In the near future, however, it will be
    • Christian Rosenkreutz gathered his faithful around him. Nothing less
    • upon the ground of truth. And those who are able to draw near to
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    • Devas all around. He sees them as creating powers when he penetrates
    • are the ones who find their satisfaction in the dull round of life
    • surroundings and also to what is invisible in nature. We have to know
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    • of sheep, but Cain was a tiller of the ground.’
    • (And she again bare his brother Abel. And Abel was a keeper of sheep, but Cain was a tiller of the groundGenesis 4, 2)
    • ‘Ground’ (Boden) has the significance of the ‘physical
    • the air. ‘Cain was a tiller of the ground’ in its
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    • that what swirls around in astral space is hidden behind the physical
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    • Prometheus and Epimetheus, remained loyal to Zeus. They rallied round
    • things of his surroundings work upon him, but creates something for
    • etheric forces around him and he controlled with his own etheric body
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    • able to carry with him as a pendant round his neck. Then he returned
    • to go forward into the sixth Round of evolution.
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    • surroundings. Hiram tried to arrest the flow of the fiery mass by
    • brethren who are assembled in another room, a cord is passed round
    • given the impression of being in very peculiar surroundings. His skin
    • same time a gurgling sound is made by those around him, giving him
    • one side, but when turned around it changes to bitter. That is to
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    • those sitting around him have no inkling of the profundity of his
    • atmosphere which surrounds a Freemasonry Lodge, through the presence
    • together. Each of them has the rope wound around him three times,
    • be included in the progress of the world during the present Round of
    • mineral, will be perfected when our present Round of evolution has
    • Thus, when a new Round of evolution begins, the mineral kingdom can
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    • The world soul and the world spirit were spread around you as Nature
    • is spread around you today. Just as the mineral world, the plant
    • world and the animal world are around you today, so were the worlds
    • of soul and spirit spread around you then. And what was once outside
    • spread around you. And what is now spread around you will become your
    • become your inner part. What surrounds you in Nature will become your
    • the significant thing: God once gave us the Nature that surrounds us,
    • read and write. To begin with, all the equipment is around him.
    • In times to come we shall have within us what is now spread around
    • when it was spread around us. The spirit was likewise drawn in, and
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    • the Round Table generally numbered twelve.
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    • developed beyond Noah's Ark, and now he has to surround his higher
    • two Round Tables as well, that of King Arthur, and that of the Holy
    • Grail. In King Arthur's Round Table can be found the ancient
    • laying the ground for what the Temple of Solomon denotes, and for
    • Mankind. The New Covenant is the one in which man himself surrounds
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    • Covenant, to be arranged around it. Everything which was formerly of
    • around him. But to which kingdom does man in his physical nature
    • Plant, Animal and Human Kingdoms during the next three Rounds. The
    • fourth Round is nothing else than the incorporation of the human soul
    • into the Mineral Kingdom, the fifth Round into the Plant Kingdom, the
    • sixth into the Animal Kingdom, and finally the seventh Round is the
    • of his own life, then he will have arrived in the seventh Round,
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    • repeated in the first Round, the Sun development in the second Round,
    • and the Moon development in the third Round. Each of these Rounds
    • substance when it began its fourth Round, that is, the contemporary
    • Cycle. Then it began to reiterate the three previous Rounds: the
    • Round in the astral. [See diagram at the end of the notes for lecture
    • awareness of the world around him, and that he is related to all the
    • things around him, to everything which happens around him. In the
    • around us set forth.
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    • actually changes the surroundings that grow about
    • us contemplate the fourth Round of the earth in which we now are. It
    • earth of the fifth Round
    • Round [of earth evolution] will contain the whole plan of the
    • Round. Everything which precedes, in humanity, is compressed into a
    • result, that is the atom of the fifth Round.
    • interweaving forces of mankind from the third Round of evolution. In
    • Round. What is at first entirely external becomes quite inward, and
    • for humanity. If one thus considers that the plan of one Round is the
    • atom of the next Round, then one can see the pattern of the great
    • from the Akashic Record for the earlier rounds and so studies the
    • around him in the world.
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    • simple line becomes something holy! Thought, by twining itself around
    • is the other way round. The consequence is that even the position of
    • spiritual, if occult backgrounds did not come into play from another
    • years ago by forces which are all around us, so a higher body is
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    • receiving, listening, watching — to taking in from the surroundings.
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    • Round [or recapitulation]. Thus, whenever anything new has to appear
    • surrounded the old Cross with roses. It has grafted a new shoot — the
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    • by the concepts which the child acquires from its surroundings. These
    • surroundings in the form of beauty. As teacher he directs into the
    • substance in our surroundings, is continually flowing in and out, is
    • dissolved in the surrounding intermediary substance, the more he will
    • feeling of reverence. If a dark place is surrounded by a feeling of
    • flame appears to you to have a blue core that is surrounded by light.
    • nothing else can enter. It is ringed around by a feeling of coldness
    • around an inner core of red. The coldness of the blue colour pushes
    • basic colouring. A person relates to his entire surroundings in this
    • collective astral body that is all around me are in continual
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    • turned completely round, so that the lower part is directed
    • does not need a communal church, entwining itself around the planet
    • affairs of social life- that is the real secret surrounding the
    • form deriving from his soul on the matter of this earth Round is
    • conflicts all around us.
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    • goes on in the astral body around the etheric body, and
    • grounds. Such a person may tell us that he has done this or
    • get to the hedge around the narrator's country estate. At
    • the young man's body which lay on the ground. She stared
    • the ground on her knees beside the body. She did not
    • into this, got up and walked around the room like a
    • with a screen around it, and after talking to her for a
    • answered, and released her. She looked around.
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    • to be heard, and a suffocating loneliness surrounded her.
    • but is actually present; it is all around the human being
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    • background of the soul it is spoken, from what background
    • struggle to stand our ground in the consciousness breaking
    • the portal of death we have nothing but oneness around us,
    • around us, for in stepping through the portal of death we
    • perceive them. That which surges around us at first is just
    • of Thought that surges round us, this oneness.
    • thought-world surging around us. And inasmuch as we
    • stands to his surroundings after death and before; how he
    • himself there, having the atmosphere around him and then
    • proceed that he has the Light-sphere of Thought around him
    • experienced round about him, describing it with the art he
    • specters of human beings around it, and we shall find that
    • which also characterise the relationship to the surrounding
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    • physicality, which we gradually enter, turns around again from
    • around the human being, but never the human being itself. What
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    • characterize out of what spiritual ground and basis this
    • the most varied backgrounds the experience of Catholicism in an
    • Anthroposophy is and what lives in her, sunk in her very ground
    • now doing the rounds in the world, like other things also do
    • the rounds, and we really have unbelievable much to do if we
    • With reference to these things and not from personal grounds I
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    • able to spin round the world a web of ‘causality’. What
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    • otherwise we do not stand on firm ground in our knowledge, but experience
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    • saw that here was a sure ground from whence the investigator can penetrate
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    • in concepts, having taken the roundabout route via pictorial imaging.
    • through which the inverted part has passed now has a halo of light around
    • working on, a way we may indeed call brilliant. Out of the background
    • the inorganic world around us in measure, weight and number, to arrive
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    • phenomena that surround us in the world where we walk about between
    • as it surrounds us in the physical world. On the other hand. Intuition
    • of the whole mineral-permeated world that is all around us. We see
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    • out of all kinds of instinctive backgrounds. This is evident to anyone
    • and mystery-monger around there. They consider material life as something
    • around things in mere words, for it leads to abstract notions of the
    • the ground will be taken from under their feet by Anthroposophy. They
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    • surrounding our everyday lives. This is what we must learn to
    • ourselves: what are the components of life surrounding us from
    • points of view on our home ground, I had spoken about things in
    • events around them and on the other, their salvation, even
    • posts everywhere? These machinations are spreading around us. I
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    • but also everywhere around us. It appears like an internal
    • of fear. Thus, we find the spirit everywhere round ourselves if
    • pupil: have a look at a plant. It grows out of the ground,
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture II: Goethe's Secret Revelation - Exoteric
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    • and an around ten years older one, listened to this talk, and
    • ground of the Goethean worldview, as he stresses in every book
    • ground. If one turned round, one saw the fourth table painted
    • will-o'-the-wisps throw around themselves. The snake and the
    • penetrates into this big cave underground, it can immediately
    • that surrounds the beautiful lily is extremely typical; but we
    • and the living. She had a canary in her surroundings, and was
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture III: Goethe's Secret Revelation - Esoteric
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    • does the human being get around to developing the abilities and
    • deeper insights into the being of the world round us. Goethe
    • ground of science can stick only to the external things, as it
    • anybody who stands on the ground of initiation also gets clear
    • could also find differences with reason, if we looked around on
    • the human being stands on the ground of spiritual science, he
    • completely on the ground of the initiation principle. He
    • lavishly around them. The gold is worthless to the
    • other things round it are illuminated. However, to the
    • illuminates the objects that are round it. What lives in the
    • round him, then he is with this soul force in the same case as
    • illuminates the things, which are round him, with his
    • illuminate the objects round him. The universal of Goethe,
    • initiation temple above ground, which will be there if the
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture IV: Bible and Wisdom I
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    • not only those who stand on the ground of the Bible are deeply
    • who looks around only a little at the spiritual life of
    • Those who stand still firmly on the ground of the Bible today
    • the gentlemen say who believe to stand on the ground of
    • phenomena that exist around him as criticism and refusal of the
    • act blind and deaf towards that which goes forward round one if
    • Thus, one got around to separating and tearing the original
    • believe to stand on the ground of Christianity, we must say to
    • Apart from that, numerous human beings have looked around in
    • the ground of naive faith and say that this signifies nothing.
    • to themselves, I see that research standing on firm ground has
    • undergrounds of the world. Out of the spirit of that research,
    • around to seeing the environment unlike he has seen it before.
    • He can get around to saying to himself: I am like an operated
    • water, but can see the ice would say, there is nothing round
    • around to investigating the spiritual original grounds and
    • grounds existed. We find the human being connected with these
    • rotation of the earth around the sun. However, we can see,
    • saying around: the letter kills, the spirit brings back to
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    • and with his whole view in the mental undergrounds of human
    • world existed. What there was in the spiritual primeval grounds
    • became flesh; it walked around in Palestine in the beginning of
    • Let us position ourselves really on the ground on which some
    • that we positioned ourselves on this ground. There we must ask
    • who were round Christ Jesus, from an immediate instruction. He
    • the knowledge of a higher world which is round him in such a
    • way, as the colours and the light are around a blind person.
    • world and is able to behold into the spiritual undergrounds of
    • human being towers above all sensuous beings, which surround
    • primal ground and is only condensed from the spiritual. As well
    • primal grounds and spiritual beings, from divine-spiritual
    • already after its name, from all other beings round us, that he
    • Jesus of Nazareth, lived in it, and walked around among the
    • around among the human beings. It was possible that on Golgotha
    • and a half days, walked around in the spiritual world and
    • was already in the spiritual primeval grounds of the human
    • walked around in the spiritual world. Someone can simply see
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VI: Superstition from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science
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    • later? Indeed, someone who believes to stand on the firm ground
    • looks around a little in science knows how many demons of
    • such a phenomenon in connection with its spiritual undergrounds
    • undergrounds of development and look deeply at nature, so that
    • completely on the ground of spiritual science and theosophy
    • — how often just those who stand on the ground of
    • said, from personalities who stay in the background we have got
    • are greater than those who stand on the ground of the so-called
    • the real knowledge of the spiritual primal grounds of the
    • back to the spiritual backgrounds of the things, he applies it
    • the higher point of view from which the spiritual undergrounds
    • propagate this or that superstition. It stands on the ground
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VII: Issues of Nutrition in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • have already stressed on occasion that everything around us is
    • something in our surroundings is material only with respect to
    • relation with nature because he absorbs the surrounding nature
    • influence on the surroundings? Could it not be that the human
    • over the things of the earth, which surround him. Thus, the
    • around to being more and more what he eats. However, spiritual
    • to his surroundings along general lines today, how he relates
    • the spirit, everything is born that is in our surroundings. The
    • spirit is the primal ground of all. If we want to come to
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VIII: Issues of Health in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • health and illness, which we see today round ourselves?
    • walk around among us are the carriers of germs from whom then
    • the individual organism, we get around to saying to ourselves:
    • can bring him in such surroundings that he can experience joy,
    • surroundings which serve his health in relation to light and
    • surroundings, whether he does his work with joy or
    • we look at this physical-spiritual effect, the primal ground of
    • as a primal ground. One cannot perceive the spiritual; one must
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture IX: Tolstoy and Carnegie
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    • ascended to the biggest wealth, who got around in the course of
    • one can reflect of these external processes in and around the
    • the undergrounds of the social and mental existence generally.
    • almost getting around to diving head first into the life of
    • for his surroundings with it to be a strange boy. However,
    • ground. It impressed him enormously that they were grown
    • interregnum again. Where he looked around with all those who
    • with those who he got to know in his surroundings. Everything
    • getting around to harshly criticise the summits of life, and to
    • the world if it lights up in us. Tolstoy says there, around me,
    • They search the divine primal ground of existence. Then such
    • all external science to find the primal ground of life. Such
    • trees and plants of the living nature round themselves. They
    • around me, and I am able to describe them. — People
    • only by a devious route via Kant he gets around to it. With the
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture X: The Practical Development of Thinking
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    • firmly with both feet on the ground of life should not care
    • on the ground of a healthy, a practically qualified thinking.
    • they move around the big globule. One has committed something
    • the surrounding reality, interest concerning facts and objects.
    • particular. If we approach anything that surrounds us with the
    • itself noticeable all around us. In addition, someone who wants
    • Walk around right
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XI: The Invisible Human Members and Practical Life
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    • not the influence of the physical but just the primal ground of
    • which he has in common with all beings surrounding him, which
    • grounds of the real. Any member is a basic being and cause for
    • many human beings walk around today with writer's spasm? The
    • recognise all festivities, actually, all the year round, only
    • everything sensuous that surrounds us, we can realise something
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XII: The Secret of the Human Temperaments
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    • foot in such a way, as if he wants to touch not only the ground
    • with every step, but as if the foot should go into the ground a
    • there. We have to bring all kinds of things in the surroundings
    • action around the child. One must not show any weakness. The
    • is around one works educating here. In addition, here with the
    • indifferently towards the surroundings, its interest can be
    • its surroundings, let events take place in its nearness where
    • surround us with quite a lot of sources of boredom so that we
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XIII: The Riddles in Goethe's Faust - Exoteric
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    • of the good and the bad powers represented around the human
    • — when the bad spirit walks around in humanity and then
    • approaches God, and God says to him: you have looked around on
    • scientific discipline in Leipzig; he looked around in various
    • signs, around them two dragons, a flying one above, and one
    • existence surrounding us. It also nowhere found the possibility
    • of this consideration. We see the man who has looked around in
    • macrocosm. However, he had looked around in various riddles of
    • microcosm, the pentagram and what is around it, and before
    • today to someone who strives to investigate the primal grounds
    • tell us about the spiritual primal grounds of the things. This
    • leads to nothing. Look at Goethe how he gets around to finding
    • the spiritual choir surrounds him:
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    • sleep” surrounded by hovering spiritual beings. We find
    • spiritual beings had surrounded him and occupied themselves
    • all that surrounds me forms a paradise!
    • surround him. Nevertheless, these masks and jokes contain deep,
    • lives in the physical-sensuous world sees the things round
    • Imagine once for a moment that all objects, which are around
    • into the other, everything wanders around like cloudscapes,
    • the sun, which forms a peculiar triangle around it. The soul
    • There we see something taking action round him that comes from
    • spiritual spheres, surrounds itself bit by bit with that which
    • round him a physical body forms gradually. Finally the moment
    • to him, all events which we see around ourselves, which the
    • Faust. It becomes darker and darker around him. Now his soul
    • we look around in the physical world, we look at everything
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    • up as a king's son, surrounded by all joys of life. Any grief
    • surroundings.
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    • beings and facts reveal themselves which are always round us
    • open themselves round him. I referred to the fact that someone
    • from this world. We see in the background of this soul being a
    • What surrounds us outdoors in the world has arisen from the
    • around the earth. Scholarship concocts there on a theoretical
    • the mothers, the primal grounds of existence. For Isis was not
    • itself: a willing nature, located in the deepest grounds, a
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XVII: Old European Clairvoyance
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    • because he had broken away from the surroundings, the dream
    • hovers there. There he has something around himself that is
    • connections which are round them. They give thought to a small
    • surrounding spiritual world. Hence, his assistants are
    • Europe, the ground was thereby prepared for Christianity that
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XVIII: The European Mysteries and Their Initiates
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    • the spiritual primal ground. It is irrelevant whether in the
    • grounds of the human being.
    • of the holy triad, and round him were the twelve who had
    • surround the Holy Grail.
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    • something with rounded arms, we encircle it with love. When we open
    • is spoken, right forward on the lips and with the lips clearly rounded:
    • sound. You stand upright confronting your surroundings and say: ‘I too
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    • ourselves in our surroundings. Everything which induces pleasure means
    • into his surroundings. He goes out of himself; he feels he is in his
    • surroundings.
    • flies away and the whole soul goes out into the surroundings. If you
    • the seventh. The experience is attained by turning round the whole hand
    • himself from the surrounding world, and creates himself within himself.
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 4: The Progression of Musical Phrases; Swinging Over; the Bar Line
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    • first jump into the air and then you stand on the ground. This is what
    • picture it. If you have ever noticed a stake being driven into the ground
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    • things, to develop a rounding-off of the artistic process, which is
    • the place of the first (see Fig. 5). A kind of round dance can be brought
    • around the third person. There is no other way of doing it. You come
    • rounder. Thus it may be said that a movement carried out with this gesture
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 6: The Sustained Note; the Rest; Discords
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    • house, surrounded as it is by air, leave room for your colours within
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    • surrounded by the muscles and bones which end in the arms and hands.
    • some knowledge of the surrounding muscles, and especially studying the
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 8: Pitch (ethos and pathos), Note Values, Dynamics, Changes of Tempo
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    • it is expressed so to speak in the roundabout way of the intellect.
    • the fingers rounded, so you can achieve something very expressive. Just
    • of the phrase may be lit up by a pointing or rounding of the fingers.
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    • we perceive around us. But when we begin to enter much more
    • world around us; we see it in pictures before us. The whole of
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 1: Probability and Chance
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    • different professional background and attains a certain degree of competency
    • bugs can fly around outside there and are real? What is childish is
    • the June bug concept to an insect flying around there outside the window?
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    • — we look at the world around us and perceive it. And we will
    • observe our own inner life as we do our surroundings. I have often called
    • as one in which we turn our attention outward, to the world around us.
    • Life decrees that human beings must focus their attention on their surroundings
    • attention to the surrounding world. Conversely, consciousness in sleep
    • empty space surrounded by this aura. They are not in their bodies; they
    • consciousness, but he is seen surrounded by what might be described
    • This impression of lights like empty spaces in the surrounding fog is
    • they previously saw the surrounding aura. So they had no such awareness
    • human beings surrounded by an aura. We should therefore find out where
    • not just ourselves but the surrounding world as well; another, in which
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 3: Necessity and Chance in Historical Events
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    • honest fellows with a modern scientific background refuse to admit.
    • foothold. When we look at the phenomena surrounding us, we seek the
    • that we should look in the surrounding world to see where these concepts
    • around him what he had come to know in the ideal world.
    • world around us, senses their action, and produces our own images, concepts,
    • day-waking consciousness we must say that we experience what is around
    • our present surroundings we experience the past, but now in its reflection
    • “Consciousness looking into the world around us” = day-waking
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    • subjective feeling of whirling around like a Chinaman trying to grab
    • exemplifies the strange experiment of whirling around and trying unsuccessfully
    • we look out into the surrounding world and seek the objective there.
    • around us; now it confronts us from outside as world-gesture, world-expressiveness,
    • look around the mouth, we can certainly call it a fact objectively perceptible
    • of reality around us, to make the mistake that children (and, if you'll
    • and run around behind it to find them. But the objects have vanished
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    • can learn a great deal from the spiritual beings who surround us.
    • He does an incredible amount of rummaging around in words. Nowhere does
    • he simply rummages around in words with utmost zeal.
    • or Bodebirn (“ground-pear”) we are dealing
    • deal we participate in goes on around us as we are speaking, without
    • sway around us. And to take just a random example, when we speak, these
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 6: Imaginative Cognition Leaves Insights of Natural Science Behind
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    • it as human beings have over the physical world around them with their
    • world surrounding us how we think about it with thoughts derived from
    • In the world surrounding us that is so entirely
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    • made Goethe have the centenarian Faust go to heaven surrounded by the
    • evolution, and would not have existed as such had the ground not been
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 8: Death, Physical Body and Etheric Body
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    • us with the surrounding cosmos, just as it is the physical body that
    • describe the etheric body as dissolving into the surrounding ether.
    • there. We have a world of beings rather than a world of objects surrounding
    • upon our movement in the way that is typical of the world around us.
    • unfavorably regarded by the surrounding world, and will be attacked
    • We need to look at this world around us against
    • the background of the right feeling for our movement if we want to find
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture I: The Spiritual World and Spiritual Science
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    • possibly try to round any single talk, too.
    • stand on the firm ground of scientific research and thinking. I
    • more than just someone who stands on the ground of spiritual
    • spiritual life which is as truthful as the physical life round
    • being in such a way as he observes the world around us and the
    • to reach the ground of the spiritual-scientific research
    • at first of which kind your surroundings are in which you have
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture II: Theosophy and Antisophy
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    • primordial ground of existence. Nevertheless, it is the goal
    • primordial ground. Theosophy consciously confesses to this
    • spiritual researcher to leave it and to look around in the
    • begins? One can do a peculiar discovery if one looks around in
    • that it leaves the reliable ground of science, or whether one
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture III: Spiritual Science and Denomination
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    • a worldview that is built on the firm ground of natural
    • signifies its connection with the divine primal ground of
    • world would be dark and silent round him. There is a longing
    • but these views live already on the ground of the souls. The
    • undergrounds.
    • from dark, unknown undergrounds in the usual human life that
    • undergrounds of the soul. The religious experiences thereby
    • life in such a way that he can behold the spiritual round
    • ascend like from unknown undergrounds in the human soul. They
    • primordial ground, —
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    • most certainly receives what surrounds his being what organises
    • impulses for ourselves and our surroundings, and one asks
    • spiritual-mental this way, if he gets around to having his own
    • which spiritual science can investigate from the primal grounds
    • beyond this physical body, does not have it around himself; and
    • from the surroundings in which it cannot be investigated in its
    • operated so that that what is round him remains a mystery to
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture V: The Meaning of Immortality of the Human Soul
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    • him who could not yet stand on the ground of our modern
    • epoch. There we stand on the ground of spiritual realities that
    • his surroundings the object of his consciousness, namely the
    • background, you merge with the spiritual world, so that you
    • possible that we can have the sensory world round
    • certain human age is necessary. Great inventors get around to
    • researcher gets around to observing with a strictly regulated
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VI: The Evil
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    • negativity of the evil stands on the same ground as the answer
    • farther than Plotinus did and to fathom the undergrounds of
    • pursue the evil down to the deepest undergrounds of the world
    • it were in the undergrounds of the existence of the world and
    • surroundings with our spiritual-mental activity. Because we
    • touch our surroundings, we become aware of ourselves. The human
    • undergrounds of the souls. A more precise and intimate look at
    • around is the leftovers of an original development. Even the
    • a corpse, that is a seed of the future as that what is round us
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    • stand more or less on a scientific ground and with those it is
    • physical-bodily, and that the human being gets around to
    • a spiritual imagery around us. I simply tell the facts as they
    • position itself on the ground of Fichte's worldview, because it
    • primal grounds in the spiritual world, what dives from it into
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VIII: Voltaire
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    • away the look from the physical surroundings and rises above
    • around to asking itself for the position of natural sciences to
    • around
    • ground.
    • that one stands on sure ground only on the ground of the
    • extract its forces from the surrounding nature, so to speak,
    • positioned in his surroundings in entire opposition to the
    • Voltaire saw himself surrounded with a world
    • against the cultural world surrounding him, an aversion that
    • way, as it happened around Henry IV of France as it looks if
    • around. There she behaves like a flirtatious person of the age
    • the deepest subconscious soul grounds which search the hold
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture IX: Between Death and Rebirth of the Human Being
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    • the firm ground of natural sciences refusing the
    • spiritual-scientific sense gets around more and more to using
    • the spiritual researcher gets around to doing that. Thereby it
    • becomes a conceptual experience of life; this is round the soul
    • inner light in yourself, it would be dark around you in the
    • up less and less what is round you. The light becomes fainter
    • around itself again. This longing is an active force, and the
    • around us, and the longing that is an active force has led us
    • increase causes that from the surrounding spiritual substance
    • spiritual world round himself that lead to the escaped
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    • of that worldview which believes to stand firmly on the ground
    • to stand strictly on the firm ground of scientific methodology.
    • believes to be on the firm ground of natural sciences and
    • background. A purely spiritual being originates in Wagner's
    • show him in such a way. As I got around to regarding that as
    • is taken away from him by a party man who walks around with the
    • that what he is able to do: he can travel around with his
    • the ground of spiritual science; one understands just the last
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture XI: Spiritual Science as a Treasure for Life
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    • undergrounds of the soul what one can call retrospect of
    • between the deepest grounds of life and his existence. This
    • like a spiritual-mental heart that breathes in the surroundings
    • to point out that those who stand on the ground of a
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    • Today, as an introduction, I want to prepare the ground for
    • the planets around the Sun was graphically illustrated even to
    • When the pin is twirled around to rotate the floating disc,
    • a gigantic schoolmaster once twirled round an immense
    • nature that surround us, now transfers the knowledge gained to
    • that something must be pervading the whole child until around
    • wider background, education needs it most of all.
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    • background for the attitude from which judgments are made
    • to the surrounding world through learning to speak.
    • works through sound and speech from their surroundings —
    • if it is surrounded by loud and ill-tempered shouting, it will
    • surroundings, this too flows right into the structure of their
    • what comes from the surroundings through language, but not the
    • when speaking about soft ground into which footmarks were
    • the ground on which the soul develops. Just as I cannot walk
    • without the ground under my feet, neither can I, as a physical
    • no more than the ground into which the activities of thinking
    • and speaking imprint what is received from the surrounding
    • soul. Through language we take in from our surroundings what we
    • atmosphere of our surroundings permeates us through the medium
    • background through the way he forms his words. And this has an
    • atmosphere of anger surrounding it, causes the activity of fine
    • working through its surroundings, it does something
    • life, it takes hold of the spirit in its surroundings.
    • this is the right order in which the surrounding world
    • element in our surroundings, we also lay the foundations for
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    • equilibrium in the surrounding physical world. The entire,
    • receptive to everything that comes from their surroundings. But
    • life inwardly reproduce everything that happens around
    • can “stamp” the answers on the ground.
    • surrenders to the influences of the surrounding world, and
    • place the feet on the ground, in how a child begins to bend the
    • intimate social background. In living into the mother tongue,
    • disappear as they flow through underground caves, only to
    • heedlessness is for the adults around the child, through their
    • fourteenth year. Like the alpine river flowing underground, it
    • surrenders solely to surrounding activities. Now a new openness
    • the surrounding activities, so also during the second period of
    • and thinking. Likewise, activities occurring around the child,
    • begins to dream, as it were, about the surrounding activities,
    • around the seventh year. Please do not conclude from what I
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    • their play, children mirror what happens around them; they want
    • class revolves around the children adapting to the few people
    • fewer men would be walking around with bald heads!
    • around us is inside us, and in the next, the air within our
    • body is outside again. We are part of the surrounding air that
    • awakens to the difference between self and the surrounding
    • child feel at one with the surroundings.
    • between self and surroundings. Therefore one cannot say that a
    • consequently everything around the child must also be alive.
    • underground stream surfacing again on lower ground. For an
    • our subject in images, thus preparing the ground for what in
    • that disappears underground and resurfaces at a lower level.
    • task is to prepare the ground so that this can happen properly.
    • methods have proven to be very fertile ground for just these
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    • senses everything happening in their surroundings; this
    • not abstract, but supported by the necessary background of
    • around in space, or at least something that is mathematically
    • understand the matter fully until sometime around the age of
    • with the fact that children imitate their surroundings. But
    • around the twelfth year. Also, concepts connected with physics
    • inorganic world can be grasped by children only around the
    • meet the other side when teaching history. Around the twelfth
    • awareness of being a self surrounded by an external world
    • authority and hold over students around the ages of nine to
    • further away. This is how one can livingly prepare the ground
    • just has to know something about the spiritual background of
    • background, and humanity as a whole. When addressing this
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    • their surroundings. We will consider these two issues today
    • thankful for whatever comes from their surroundings. On the
    • in the surroundings. If a child says “thank you”
    • consciousness, but may simply live in the background of the
    • around them, from the way they speak or smile, or the way such
    • around children, and if we do something else, of which I shall
    • child's home background, through contact with the parents, is
    • surroundings during the first period of life — that is,
    • the kinds of movements of the people around them — no
    • absent-mindedly walks off with the blackboard towel around his
    • observe the activities occurring around them. Previously the
    • language of the events around the child. Only now does the
    • surroundings, love for everything human is developed as the
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    • the one hand, we stand on the firm ground of a pedagogy that
    • demands of a truly grounded pedagogy, and also for their
    • be alienating one's students from surrounding life.
    • compromise — simply because this school is not grounded
    • Mendelisms, which emerged around the beginning of the
    • twentieth century (perhaps even around the end of the
    • gratitude, for which the ground has to be prepared
    • which the ground needs to be prepared between the change of
    • school, the ground for this task is prepared early. In our
    • around” — if I may put it that way — allows
    • disregard everything within and around our skeleton, we would
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    • out of the spiritual background. The details will then also
    • life at home can provide the proper background for children.
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    • move around. None of all these movements and gestures, however,
    • much necessary, because they offer a kind of meeting ground
    • ground of reality, this can be done only if and when there is a
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    • quite risen, it is still dark around you and there in the
    • illumined clouds through the darkness that is around you. You
    • surrounding the earth like a blue shell.
    • earth and because there is air round the earth the sunbeams are
    • But one does not see it black, but blue, because all round
    • surroundings. If you thoroughly understand the red of dawn and
    • since it is light around you
    • If I have darkness round me or continual
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    • widest sense between the world and loving surroundings. We
    • from the surroundings. This corresponds to a definite counter
    • affairs which needed to be organized on the earth round was not
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    • phantasies or even utopia when he treads on social ground. But
    • never thrive if it is grounded in economic life alone. That is
    • historical background, life must directly truly give answer. No
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    • around us continually, to the true reality. And I pointed out that the
    • The beings who flock round
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    • the maya-reality, the reality of the surrounding external phenomena,
    • of appearances around us, which is the way of modern natural science.
    • is an element which of its own ground must work as nature works, but
    • in short, foreign elements, are surrounded with a web that no more
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    • spiritual ideas if all those around him are breeding bacilli by their
    • externally it can be easily seen. Around us we see Nature with her many
    • have to absorb these pictures that are around us and then fall asleep
    • ground of the earth, so that nothing good for food could grow on it; we
    • life may be sustained. What the ground and fruits are for our physical
    • the dead living in their sphere have need of a ground from which they
    • ground which they form for the dead, is just as sterile for them as
    • waste, corrupt ground would be to us. The dead feel this as a region in
    • helps, while we sleep, to create part of the ground needed by the dead,
    • spiritual world itself. Just as our sleeping souls provide the ground
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    • experiences in the spiritual world ever surrounding us. We may say: the
    • richness of spiritual life around him, he cannot bring the beings near
    • their earliest years to imagine the sun with the earth revolving around
    • is flat, not round. Of course this assertion seems very absurd in our
    • round the world, therefore the man who says the earth is flat and not
    • round must be a fool.’ The man who wrote the pamphlet knew this
    • received by the youngest and they will know: ‘Around me are not
    • and spiritual events, even -as we have around us physical events and
    • they put a special halo round his head. Because, they say, we do not
    • other side of the grave. It is everywhere around us in Nature, and
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    • said that the occult seer is able to cast his gaze round the whole wide
    • wander round the whole sphere of the cosmic world of soul, and another
    • world around us, and then see it reflected in the magnificent paintings
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    • the persons who were present and who were then around him in his early
    • around with him! There is a foolish lack of understanding, for instance,
    • at age forty-two or age forty? People think the wrong way around! They
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 3: Brotherliness and Freedom ...
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    • forced them to believe that the world they saw spread out around them
    • of course, first of all the earthly substances and forces surrounding
    • look up from external nature that he saw around him on earth to the
    • into the earth; but the body that you carry around with you today, except
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 6: Transformation of the Human Being in the Course of Evolution
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    • Word; that the Christ as such is the Creator of all that surrounds man,
    • no ground under his feet. When such an experience is described by a
    • — that the ground has been taken from under his feet. But we must
    • wood and led to a mountaintop which was surrounded by the whole of creation,
    • was spread out around the mountain, and how a gigantic feminine figure
    • creation round about the mountain changed and assumed other forms. We
    • rather not think! Most of them would rather go to the duelling-grounds
  • 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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    • to the world and to humanity against the background of unprecedented
    • your senses you observe the outer events taking place around you, in
    • from the ground of anthroposophy, that should permeate the serious mood
    • will go to rack and ruin. Technology will lose ground; research will
    • clay. Nature let them fall into decay and leveled them to the ground,
    • or rounded them off into hills. German cities will not survive as ruins
    • ruin. And all around us are flourishing countries, old ones grown stronger
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    • is shape-producing; it gives separate pictures, rounded totalities;
    • examine the spiritual grounds of the present disastrous world situation.
    • reflect upon what surrounds them in the physical world, and have no
    • rumbling around in their heads or hearts. And while all this rumbles
    • but among all the peoples around the earth, then Rathenau's forecast
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    • around Christmas, mysteriously enough.
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    • around us to our spiritual movement with its teachings, for in discussing
    • be for people who go around making insinuations, if we were to hold
    • such things are passed around is often much more disastrous than people
    • nowadays than accomplished facts; programs are floating around all over
    • has been done to surround these things with an occult aura.
    • about my background and biography." She says this because I once
    • same to those around them. It would be inconsistent to imagine that
    • you yourself are everything under the sun and not have the people around
    • come around, and we can wait until they do. That's the way it is with
    • a mystical halo around any old arbitrary personal vanity.
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    • around it. Therefore, to introduce such a movement to humanity with
    • have counted, more or less consciously, on our Society's solid grounding
    • we are fully aware of the weight and importance of our grounding in
    • around like a spy or a detective — that is, without violating
    • virtual wall of prejudices around us, and that can and should be avoided.
    • poem, but that man was going around the streets and stores in that get-up,
    • all the people around him. He thought he was following some great ideal,
    • of why you are a vegetarian without antagonizing people around you.
  • Title: Community Life: Lecture 2: The Anthroposophical Society as a Living Being
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    • to have a detrimental effect on its surroundings, it must be cremated
    • barbershop whose habits were at odds with those of his surroundings,
    • adapted to the external conditions of life around us, on which we depend,
    • cannot find out anything at all, even by asking around among people
    • the part of the Society around the building in Dornach, regardless of
    • for that part of our Society gathered around this building. But it is
  • Title: Community Life: Lecture 3: Swedenborg: An Example of Difficulties in Entering the Spiritual World
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    • he was surrounded not only by his own aura, but also by numerous spiritual
    • certain beings in his surroundings who demonstrated a certain peculiarity.
    • the things around us in such a way that we become accustomed to breaking
  • Title: Community Life: Lecture 4: Methods and Rational of Freudian Psychoanalysis
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    • my hand to her, which gave her grounds for saying, “That's how
    • centres round the theme of incest and how the same theme, in countless
    • medicine) when he says that if you look around, you'll find that the
  • Title: Community Life: Lecture 5: Sexuality and Modern Clairvoyance, Freudian Psychoanalysis and Swedenborg as a Seer
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    • or at least a certain type of neurotics, are walking around at age forty
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    • around the Sun as the Copernican view claims, then it must have been
    • there are still strange characters around who write books like
    • around in circles.
    • Everything in this article revolves around words and definitions of words.
  • Title: Community Life: Lecture 7: The Philosophy of Psychoanalysis as Illuminated by an Anthroposophical Understanding of the Human Being
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    • on this subject, we have to look at things the other way around. Any
  • Title: Human History: Lecture I: The Relation of the Human Being to the Supersensible Worlds
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    • the undergrounds of that what this science supplies. —
    • everything points in our surroundings to supersensible worlds
    • have the truth of the things — gets only around to
    • you feel, as if you has lost the firm ground under your feet
    • comparison: as if we lose the ground under our feet and have to
    • sight does not reach so far surround the universe with a blue
    • the eyes away from that what surrounds us in the world comes to
    • material world round me? — But then the
    • stand firmly on the ground on which we can work and recognise a
  • Title: Human History: Lecture II: Death and Immortality
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    • briefly by which the human being gets around to getting to know
    • exists with sharp contours in the surroundings into something
    • stock of himself. Then the human being gets around to
  • Title: Human History: Lecture IV: From Paracelsus to Goethe
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    • around in a strange place where many ways crossed. One could
    • himself: with its surroundings, the whole human organism is
    • around as a vagrant was completely filled with the most
    • care. However, also collisions happened with the surroundings.
    • with the surrounding nature. On another occasion, I have
    • from his surroundings. He took a music stand, laid minerals of
    • “Nature! We are surrounded and embraced by her, we are
    • universe that the sun walks around it, and so on; this still
    • system prevailed. People literally lost the ground. Someone who
    • “was set in motion.” One can say, the ground under
    • spirit in the surroundings and that which one cannot behold as
    • from her. However, if he gets around to bringing up the deeper
    • forces can recognise the primal grounds of nature and cannot
    • looks for the spiritual light in primal grounds.
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    • However, they gather students around themselves. The big
    • his soul also surrounded the Prophet Elijah. However,
    • Ahab who walked around anxiously in his kingdom and looked at
    • him, bowed to the ground before him ...”
    • around us, if we cannot understand what happened in the past.
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    • worldview, which wants to stand on the firm ground of natural
    • really only someone stands on the firm ground of scientific
    • ground of scientific facts.
    • means a materialistic attitude in the background, but which
    • Hence, certain researchers got around to
    • Thus, this researcher got around to
    • always a materialist-monistic thinking in the background
    • walked on the ground, he had to have already formed the foot
    • is interesting to observe how such a researcher gets around to
    • the other thoughts are formed from the surrounding relations.
    • beings are included as they are round us, but those beings that
  • Title: Human History: Lecture X: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • Someone who looks around in the present
    • a worldview seems to gain ground in the present within which
    • documents where one stands on really Christian ground do not
    • around the spiritual-mental core.
    • about the spiritual world, to become so ripe around that turn
    • the course of centuries, but around the turn of the era that
    • around the historical person of Jesus of Nazareth. Then one
    • my other senses that round me a world of colours, of tones and
  • Title: Human History: Lecture XI: Human History, Present, and Future in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • surrounds us in the present, which life guilt we have incurred
    • around more and more to grasping the good as an own impulse of
    • the background with those who directed their attention upon the
    • the undergrounds of the soul has to attain another
    • ground of science, but stand only on their own prejudices
    • the author got around to writing this book completely out of
    • undergrounds of the things. If we compare such a knowledge to
    • had in the undergrounds of natural existence. However, it was
    • culture by which it is connected with the spiritual backgrounds
    • the deep undergrounds of the Imaginative consciousness, not
    • undergrounds, but let the ego arise. There the poet says,
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    • beings literally lost the ground of their view. What they had
    • heaven circles around this firm earthly residential place, and
    • researchers who preceded Copernicus stood on the ground of that
    • in the centre, and that the planets circle round it. What would
    • system and let the planets circle round it. That which one
    • background. There we realise that the human beings felt the new
    • heart. Galilei who stood on the ground of real sensory
    • However, we who stand on the ground of
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    • young human being we get around to accepting certain main
    • child sees and hears from the adults in its surroundings. If we
    • It has as it were these other attempts as small circles around
    • personal principle than that experimenting around with the
    • wants to get around to it with some inner means that work on
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    • to the railway station, lonely, not surrounded by friends who
  • Title: Migrations ...: Lecture 1: The Social Homunculus
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    • depends upon the soil and ground, upon other foundations of Nature This
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    • In the surrounding world,
    • walk over a soft ground without impressing your footmarks upon it. This
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    • a time in which we are surrounded by such serious events, it
    • of colours and tones that surrounds him is not real in the
    • around to saying, the coloured world round us, the sounding
    • world round us, is there, actually, only as long as a human eye
    • around to taking in the human soul everything that pleases the
    • human being that surrounds him in the world, and to leaving the
    • around me.”
    • it. This must be based on everything that surrounds the naive
    • we walk on a soft ground, the tracks of our steps stay behind
    • in this ground. We could not go if the ground did not resist.
    • We impress the tracks of our walking into the ground. However,
    • it would be senseless to believe that forces in the ground had
    • a being has walked on the ground that has nothing to do with
    • expresses itself in the ground.
    • one gets around to experiencing the life in the spiritual human
    • earth collapsed there. There round me the world extends in all
    • only look by the tools of his body at the world surrounding
    • knowledge supporting the spiritual must get around not to
    • that surround us, otherwise, in the spiritual world. However,
    • There he gets around to saying to himself, yes, so that I see
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    • have impressed themselves which now behold a new world round
    • sounding, warming world is round us, now an etheric-spiritual
    • world is round us. But because we get to know this spiritual
    • advance. The spiritual researcher must get around, while he
    • around to doing research of the riddles and of the deeper
    • physical body, and his spiritual surroundings. Since the usual
    • are round it, as here the forces of the physical world are
    • round us.
    • our surroundings is penetrated with soul and spirit. Everything
    • surroundings is even one side. In the human soul lives,
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    • phantasms, but just to develop it on serious scientific ground
    • ground of the scientific results. However, I would like to note
    • himself in such a way, he has created the best ground as a
    • around it. But we have to turn the sensory false fact
    • the planetary system and let the planets circle around the sun.
    • life in the usual sense. As little as the sun circles around
    • consciousness as that appears to the dreamer, which surrounds
    • experiences of the outer world happen round the dreamer,
    • get by destiny to the subconscious, everlasting grounds of the
    • surroundings. These common surroundings stimulate a big soul
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    • cannot say now that all researchers standing on the ground of
    • wherever we look nothing is round us but mental. If anything
    • automatically. However, thereby one gradually gets around to
    • get around to what I have got around that I call this viewpoint
    • gets around to forming mental pictures of these impressions
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    • get around to it with the usual logic, they turn out as too
    • however, it appears that it probably has a deeper background to
    • in the nervous surroundings in parallel to the respiratory
    • surroundings. Within these sensory surroundings, natural
    • that he did not yet get around to informing the matter in a
    • that, while the outer surroundings send the etheric from the
    • the outer surrounding ether. All these areas just lead away
    • mental-spiritual, we get around recognising that
    • of the earth had gained ground, already in his (Goethe's)
    • foist on us today. A stinker round which a hungry dog is
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    • part of those who believe to stand on the firm ground of
    • surroundings.
    • similar, however, to the effects of the solar surroundings, we
    • the outer physical earth surroundings. It completely merges
    • with its principles into the principles of the surrounding
    • surroundings, a time occurs which stops the earth-sun effects
    • the earth surroundings, into its physical and chemical
    • the human being merges into the earth surroundings. That what
    • However, the matter has a serious background and is connected
    • consciousness: roundabout then you will have an accident there
    • with the origin of a spiritual from a spiritual which surrounds
    • scientific attitude has to gain ground first with reference to
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture VII: The Beyond of the Senses and the Beyond of the Soul
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    • surroundings in these visions. At the moment of awakening, that
    • now the human being relates to the surroundings with his will,
    • pictures into his sensory surroundings. As well as now the
    • your soul and the surroundings. If you face the surroundings
    • to the surroundings, as you have in this experience of the
    • the human being in his whole complexity, you get around to
    • exercises, we strengthen our soul life even more; we get around
    • There it faces reflections of it and its surroundings. Now the
    • together with that which is in the surroundings, and with that
    • that we perceive around ourselves has place in this outer
    • ground of the scientific research because they know what was
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    • real scientificity on this ground is a quite dubious thing.
    • can be gained only on scientific ground. Because one regards
    • ground to speak generally of the investigation of a spiritual
    • have the objects of their research round the human being. They
    • surroundings. It is just that what expresses itself in the
    • to humanity today. Who really stands on the ground of spiritual
    • ground of natural sciences is involved in nothing but
    • who stands on the ground of spiritual science does not doubt at
    • ground of spiritual science can really gather everything that
    • by no means a century ago as this happens today on the ground
    • generally valid results on this ground could be hardly very
    • From this starting point Goethe looked around in all fields of
    • is typical for it that one refers on Haeckel's ground to a
    • how do those who stand on the ground of mere Haeckelism face
    • originates from the sensuous background. The human being today
    • the scientific results — only on other ground — can
    • surrounding world.
    • Christianity. He, who stands on the ground of a purified
    • In the soul's grounds from cosmic heights full of contents.
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    • him whether he walks around only in the room and lives in
    • the surroundings. It is, as if you distribute a droplet of
    • always around him he cannot perceive, however, in the normal
    • ground of natural sciences, or if one gets involved with the
    • surroundings working on us still contain quite different things
    • spreads out around us, and which we push back for the most
    • waking we have round ourselves our world of images surging up
    • around to experiencing such a thing as I have described if he
    • experiences that the whole that wraps around him as something
    • at the dream very much, walks around for a while in the room,
    • reflection of the relations of the soul to the surroundings. In
    • the wake day life, we are given to our surroundings, to
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    • knowledge, well-grounded knowledge was something that Herman
    • lead on firmer ground than imagination, it was possibly not the
    • which wants to stand on the firm ground of the natural
    • globe had already gained ground in his youth. From the rotating
    • scientifically necessary today. A bone of a carrion around
    • is a spiritual world around us, but to behold into it we must
    • whether he has got firm ground here in this world of physical
    • certainty, willpower and sentience, must not lose ground if we
    • are attached